Students of Class X had a salad making competition. They brought many types of fruits, vegetables, pulses, pasta, cheese and even chocolate to rustle up attractive looking salad dishes. Needless to say it was a tough job to judge the wide variety of colourful dishes that tasted even yummier than they looked. We are proud of the little chefs!
Playgroup children in polka dots…catch glimpses of the sweet little darlings in colourful polka dotted attire.
In a special assembly a competition was organised among all sections of Class X, where in groups they had to illustrate India's rich heritage and treasures on charts in their expressive manner, using their skills in a given time period.
The four sub titles under the heading ' My Country' were given to each group-
1. Indian movies which spreads a message in our life.
2. Sports and games originated and being played in India.
3. Staple food of different states or their capitals.
4. Famous personatities of India.
Winners of the competition in each category are-
1st category i.e 'Indian Movies ' – X. A
2nd category i.e 'Sports of India' – X -E
3rd category i.e ' Staple food of different states or their capitals'- X. E.
4th category i.e 'Famous Personatities of India' – X.B
Best charts were honoured by our Principal. These chartshave been displayed on the soft boards of our school.
At the end Nitya Bothra and Salonee Shukla from Class X shared their experience.
The Life Skills Educator Mrs. Neha Manghani spoke about the talent of the students.
The assembly concluded with a musical presentation by Chahat Thakor and Daivam Nagecha.
Gujarati Poetry recitation competition was conducted for Standard VIII. There were in all 15 participants reciting poems of famous poets.
The programme was anchored by Manya Trivedi and Harsh Shah.
The following took away the prizes:
1. Karan Kinariwala – VIII A
2. Nihali Raval – VIII C
3. Vihangi Mehta – VIII D
Some of the topics were " charan kanya", "chhello katoro", "kasunbi – no rang", "sayankale" etc.
India is governed on terms of the Constitution of India which was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 26th of November 1949 and came into force on 26th of January, 1950. So on this occasion we honour our democracy by celebrating this day as Constitution Day.
The Program started with a prayer and national song followed by a speech delivered by Richa Goolry, Muskan Sah & Nandini Vaghani of Class X and teacher Mrs. Anupama Srivastava. These inspirational speeches reflected the significance of our Constitution and also highlighted the formation of our constitution. The preamble was recited by Ms. Sulbha Dave which the assembly echoed and the program concluded with the motivational words of our Principal.
The students of morning shift had a mock earthquake drill in which they were required to evacuate the school building as fast as they could while remaining calm and controlled. When the warning bell rang, the students quickly too the staircase and assembled in the school playground…in less than 3 minutes! They were also shown a PPT and a speech was delivered by Vyom Shah and Krishna Ambalia which helped them learn more about earthquake and its dangerous effects.
Thesedrills make the students ready to face emergencies and can help to reduce fatalities and injuries during calamities.
Students of Class V had their Sports Day Celebrations on Saturday, 28th November. They had a variety of events after lighting of the torch, such as March Past, Drill, Yoga, Pyramid by girls, Lathe, Lezim, Patla, Maypole, Bamboo, 50 m Race , Standing Jump, Baton Relay, Shot put, Sack Race, Three legged race and Gymnastics.
Here are a few glimpses of the day.