Title : First Day For KG Boys In School (2016 - 17)
Making Kindergarten 'fun'
The KG boys started their school on the 4th of April. The classes had beautiful displays making the class look welcoming and colourful.
The orientation (which was held a week earlier) helps create the foundation for positive relationships between parents, teachers and students that sets the stage for a smooth transition to school and future success.
We aspire to continue making the first day in the classroom a happy and successful experience for all our boys in all the sections of the KG.
The festival of Guru Nanak Jayanti was
celebrated with great fervour by the boys of the class 3C on the 24th
of Nov. under the able guidance of Mrs Talwar. The teachings of Guru Nanak
Devji - NAM JAPO, KIRAT KARO and VAND CHAKO were highlighted. The chanting of
EK ON KAR - GOD IS ONE and the music of 'Satnam Vahe Guru' echoed through the
Junior school as the enthusiastic boys of class 3C, through a short presentation,
depicted how they can, young as they are, incorporate the teachings of Guru
Nanak Devji in their daily lives.
A special 'Reading Session' was organized
in the Junior School on 27th Nov. The activity initiated by
Scholastic India gave a cherished opportunity to the whole of Junior school - the Headmistress, the teaching staff, the students and even the support staff
to read together at one given time. The activity 'One Nation Reading together' emphasized on the importance of books in our lives and how they form an
indispensable part of our learning and awareness. For whole of half an hour the
buzz and sound of the ever noisy Junior school gave way to the peaceful silence
The children of classes 2D and 2E under the guidance of Ms. L. D'Souza and Mrs.
S. Bali ushered in Diwali with a delightful show on 7th of Nov.. The
story of Ramayana was enacted by the boys with great enthusiasm. This was a
celebration with a difference where the main focus was on "Caring, Sharing and
Save the Environment." Children carried home the massage 'SAY NO TO CRACKERS', 'STOP CHILD LABOUR', 'PROTECT OUR ENVIRONMENT.' The boys looked gorgeous in
their colourful attire and stole everybody's heart.
The students of class 3-A presented a short play to celebrate Gandhi Jayanti on 1st of Oct. Under the guidance of their teachers Mrs. Dey, Ms. Prabhudas and Mr. Nawaz, the boys enacted various incidents from the life of Gandhi-as a child, which highlighted the principals of truth, non-violence, caring for the poor and respect to all human beings.
The boys presented a poignant depiction of how Gandhi Ji cared for the low castes and respected all religions. The show ended with a favourite song of Gandhi Ji "Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram..."
On the 4th of Sept., few boys from class 3 presented a short programme, which made the day indeed very special for the teachers. The boys were trained by Mrs Guglani to present a short dance and the quiz for the Teachers was enjoyed by all. The wonderful displays and a token of appreciation for each teacher by Mrs. N Sehgal were appreciated by all.
The day's programme was followed by lunch for teachers prior to which the Senior boys had a prayer service and a 'Song and Dance' presentation showing their gratitude for teachers.
Independence Day was celebrated in the Junior School. Few boys from classes 1, 2 and 3 were trained to take part in the celebration under the able guidance of Mrs. Khan, Ms Agnes Mrs. Batra.
This national event was celebrated by singing patriotic songs and depicting the importance of important Leaders who fought for the freedom of our country. Lastly the message given was - 'Freedom does not give us the right to do what we please but to do what pleases God'.
Founder's day was celebrated with cheer and enthusiasm on 5th May in the Junior School. The boys of class 3D enacted a short play depicting the life of our Founder Edmund Rice, with the help of their teachers Ms. Edmond, Mrs. Guglani and Ms. Kinneret.
Edmund's values of caring for the needy, loving and sharing were signified in the skit.
The entire day was celebrated as a festival where the day began with Magic Show, Art and Craft activities All in all a 'fun day' for children.
The day reminded the boys the true spirit and values that our Founder embodied.
The day concluded with a Prayer Service by the Teachers. The story of Blessed Edmund Rice has inspired generations of people across the world. Among the values that we cherish from his tradition are his humanity, his practical reaching out to the poor and the marginalised, and his absolute trust in God's providence. The Christian Brothers along with their dedicated staff carry the good work forward.