Happenings

  • Children’s Day & Fancy dress Competition
  • Children’s Day & Fancy dress Competition
  • Children’s Day & Fancy dress Competition
  • Children’s Day & Fancy dress Competition
  • Children’s Day & Fancy dress Competition
  • Children’s Day & Fancy dress Competition
  • Children’s Day & Fancy dress Competition

Children’s Day and Fancy dress Competition

To motivate children and develop their confidence various ‘In house ‘competitions are held during the year. On 14th November,2017 We conducted the ‘Fancy Dress’ competition and celebrated Children’s Day during school hours. Children wholeheartedly participated in the competition. It was overwhelming to see their parents support their little ones by preparing creative and colourful costumes.


Grandparent’s day

On 3rd October,2017, We celebrated grandparent’s day. Our children showed their love for their grandparents by singing songs for them. It was overwhelming to see the grandparents participation

  • Grandparent Day
  • Grandparent Day


  • Gokulashtami 2017
  • Gokulashtami 2017
  • Gokulashtami 2017

Navratri

Festivals are an auspicious day or a period of religious celebration prevalent in all societies and religious communities. Festivals are an important part of our life. Goddess Durga was welcomed on 21st September, The nine days of ‘Navrarti’ were beautifully celebrated by singing aartis and distributing delicious sweets.


Gokulashtami And Independence Day

We celebrated Independence Day and Krishna Ashtami on 14th August 2017.Significance of both the days were explained through the displayed projects. Children dressed up as Radhas, Gopikas and Balkrishnas and thoroughly enjoyed the Janmashtami celebrations conducted at school. Children were treated to delicious ‘Dahi Poha’.

  • Independence Day 2017
  • Gokulashtami 2017
  • Gokulashtami 2017
  • Gokulashtami 2017
  • Gokulashtami 2017
  • Gokulashtami 2017


  • Rakshabandhan And Narali Pournima
  • Rakshabandhan And Narali Pournima
  • Rakshabandhan And Narali Pournima

Rakshabandhan And Narali Pournima

Festivals are an auspicious day or a period of religious celebration prevalent in all societies and religious communities. Festivals are an important part of our life. And for children to understand the importance of festivals Raksha Bandhan was celebrated in the classroom where kids presented rakhis made by them and were treated to the taste of delicious karanjis.


Haldi Kumkum Ceremony

In lieu of the holy month of Shravan, as every year on Friday the 28th July, mothers of our KG children were invited to attend the ‘Haldi Kumkum’ ceremony which was very well attended.

  • Haldi Kumkum Ceremony
  • Haldi Kumkum Ceremony


  • Project Green
  • Project Green

Project Green

The week long happenings from 22nd June to 29th June paved way for Project: Green. The happenings included activities like sorting seeds, sowing them and then observing them grow. On the 29th June all children wore green and relished a tasty vegetable preparation made from the freshly picked plants. During this week, they were explained about ‘Planting’. To express their love and care towards our mother nature, children prepared placards with slogan for Project: Green.


Re Opening Day

Our school reopened on 15th June 2017.The newly decorated classrooms brought in a lot of enthusiasm and fervor among teachers, children and their parents. Being the first day, parents accompanied their ward to the class. Teachers welcomed the little ones with smiley puppets and chocolates.

  • Opening day
  • Opening day


International Yoga Day

A healthy and sound mind paves way to strong body. This is indeed is achieved through the practice of yog. Our secondary P.T. teacher Mrs.Urmila Pol and our KG teacher Mrs. Purva Bidye instructed the little ones. Starting with salutations to the Sun God….Suryanamaskar was followed by Parvataasan, Vrikshasana and a few more yogasanas.It was overwhelming to see all the children of our KG perform them diligently and enjoy the exercise.


Annual Educational Exhibition

Annual Educational Exhibition ‘Nature’s Gifts’ was held on the 3rd and 4th of March in our new KG classrooms. The exhibition portrayed the various gifts Mother Nature has bestowed us with.

They are the gifts of seasons, water, sunlight, greenery, crops and natural resources. Pertaining to the child’s level each use was explained by the Sr KG and Balwarg children.




Post Office Visit

To give valuable lessons on life skills , children are taken for educational excursions. In this techno savvy world, children were introduced to the most efficient and oldest method of communication: letters, envelope, postcards and stamps. So, on 16th February the SR KG and Balwarg children were taken to visit the Bhandup (E) Post Office.


Clay Competition

Clay is very versatile and there are so many ways children can play and experiment with it. Clay gives them the opportunity to be creative and learn about texture, shape and form whilst having lots of fun. On the 27th of January, children participated in the ‘Clay Competition’ held during school hours. They displayed their talent by creatively displaying the clay art!!


Republic Day

Republic day celebration was held on 25th January, 2017. Children were given information about the importance of the day. On the 26th our Sr KG and Balwarg children presented the ‘Dumbbells Drill’ and ‘Chitra Rath’ – a presentation depicting National leaders and activists. They were indeed thrilled to participate for the flag hoisting ceremony.


Sports Day

Sports develop a sense of friendliness among the children and build on their team spirit. So, to promote this skill on 3rd and 4th January the Annual Sports Day was held on Kanjur Sports Grounds. Running race was held for all classes. Whereas, stringing beads and building blocks were held for Mini and Jr KG. Placing paper cups on shapes race was held for Sr KG and Balwarg.


Paper Folding Competition

On the 9th of December children participated in the ‘Paper Folding’ competition held during school hours. Children of Mini, Jr, Sr KG and Balwarg creatively laid out different objects out of craft paper.


Gokulashtami

On the 24th of August we celebrated ‘Gokulashtami’.Children dressed up as Radhas,Gopikas and Balkrishnas. Children were narrated the story of Shree Krishna Janam.


Raksha Bandhan

Festivals are an auspicious day or a period of religious celebration prevalent in all societies and religious communities. Festivals are an important part of our life. And for children to understand the importance of festivals Raksha Bandhan was celebrated in the classroom where kids presented rakhis made by them and were treated to the taste of delicious karanjis.


Fancy Dress Competition

Role playing is one of the most important tools of learning, particularly at the pre-primary level. One role play activity that is always loved by children is the opportunity to dress up for the character they love. So, on 10th of August Fancy Dress competition was held. The topic was ‘Flowers’.


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