Based on the performance given by the girls of USFC at Kankaria Carnival 2011, this year also school received invitation to showcase its talent at the Carnival. So a “Kathak” dance was planned and 18 enthusiastic girls took part in it. Although they are from different classes, they managed to take time out for practice daily and the result was seen on Saturday 29th December,2012 when they got the chance to perform. Their elegant costume, graceful steps and synchronized movements enchanted the audience and drew loud applause.They mesmerized everyone present there and also the passersby. The performance was applauded and appreciated by one and all. Following are the names of the students, who participated in the event, school is proud of them.
Pre Primary Children of USFC celebrated Christmas with great fun and frolic. The school was delightfully decorated to accord due prominence to the occasion. Christmas tree was put up to make children understand its importance. Few students came dressed as Santa Claus and red and white was the theme colour all around the campus. The school echoed with the Christmas songs and children moved their feet on the same tunes. Santa Claus with gifts and Jingle Bells were also visible on the soft Boards all over the school.
Udgam School firmly believes in Recycle, Reduce and Reuse and this is what is inculcated in the students as well. This was made clear by Jaanvi Desai of class 8 when she made a motorbike made out of waste nuts and bolts and won 1st prize at city level competition organized by United World Institute of Design, wherein more than 1500 students from 25 schools participated with their products.
She was conferred with a trophy at the grand function on 23rd of December.
All the participating students will get certificates and the winners at school level got gold, silver and bronze medals.
USFC congratulates and is proud of all the students.
Jainit Shah of class VI-D participated in Badminton tournament 2012 organized by Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited and bagged First position in Boys under 13 doubles and Runners up position in Boys doubles u/13 events. He was awarded with certificates for his outstanding performance.
As winter has already set in, we see variety of vegetables around us. In order to make children of Pre primary section aware of importance of green vegetables and our body requirement of these, “Sandwich” day was observed in Junior K.G. wherein children had loads of fun preparing sandwich of their own style and also relishing them was great fun.
“Vegetable Shop Day ” was also celebrated for Nursery and Jr. K.G. section. Children brought vegetables from home which was arranged in a shop. Tiny tots got the chance to buy and sell the vegetables. End of the day teachers and students together made vegetable salad and enjoyed it along with recognizing the importance of green vegetables.
It is a matter of pride to announce the class toppers of the 12th SOF National Cyber Olympiad. Following is the list of students who managed to bag medals for their outstanding performance in NCO at school level:
Upasana Mukherjee of class I-F participated in a colouring competition organized by Cipla Spectracare Talent and bagged 1st position for her beautiful drawing. She was awarded with a certificate and a gift. Congratulations!
Sujani Parikh of class 5 A participated in a drawing competition organized by Young Envoys International and won 1st position. She was conferred with a certificate and a gold medal for her exceptional art work.
USFC has always shouldered moral responsibility, may it be any field. Although not 18 years of age, students of class 10 already know the importance of casting the vote during elections. So with the elections coming up in the next week, enlightened students prepared and presented a nukkad natak on the theme of ‘Cast your Precious Vote”.
The awareness nukkad natak stretched from the school premises to a shopping mall with an objective of touching the people and convincing them to cast their precious vote and importance of taking part in elections.
The students were successful in reaching out the public and were applauded and encouraged by one and all.