Grandparents play an imperative role in the life of every child. It has been rightly said that grandparents are those with silver in their hair and gold in their hearts. Grandparents pamper the kids more than their parents and leave a lasting impression in child’s life. So to honour the grandparents, Grandparent’s day was celebrated on 8th September 2017 at our CPV Hall.
Our KG in charge Ms.Prajwala Kadam and teacher Ms. Bharati Salvi recited a poem on grandparents. Teacher Ms. Vedawathi Shetty presented a hindi song. Children prostrated the grandparents and in return grandparents showered their blessings on them. Then Antakshari was conducted. Grandparents participated very enthusiastically. The grandparents who attended felt very special and were overwhelmed with joy.
Some of the grand parents came forward and appreciated the efforts taken by our KG In charge and staff to organize this programme. The event was a great success and it concluded with the valuable blessings of all the grandparents present to enrich our lives. Children prepared a greeting card and presented as token of love to their grandparents.
Snacks was served to all the grandparents.
"Mothers have always played a special role in each of our lives. Their unconditional love, support and the feeling of a security blanket around us is unmatched Mother’s day was celebrated on 21 st August 2017. Mother parents were invited for Mother’s day celebration. It was a memorable day for them as their children gave them a greeting card prepared by them. Mothers were gathered in the school. Yoga instructor Ms.Shraddha Prabhu was invited to give guidance and tips for the mothers. She showed some asanas and exercises to keep the mothers healthy and fit.
A patriotic song was presented by our tiny tots.
Independence Day was celebrated at our stilt area.
Independence Day 2017.
To improve the parenting skills and to promote parent’s confidence, an awareness programme ‘Conscious Parenting’ was arranged by KG In charge Ms. Prajwala Kadam, for the parents on 12th August 2017 at IES CPV hall. It was conducted by Ms. Priya Khurana. The seminar was highly informative for parents as well as teachers. A ‘Question and Answer’ session was conducted for the parents. All doubts and queries of parents and teachers were addressed very amicably by the resource person.
Orientation, an interactive programme was conducted at IES CPV stilt area on 29th July 2017 in order to acquaint the parents with teaching and non- teaching staff and inform them about the various festivals, projects displayed and activities conducted in the school through PPT.
In our Maharashtra Shravan month means full of festivals and celebrations. Our KG section celebrated Mangalagaur on 25th July 2017. Our tiny tots participated in Mangalagaur in maharashtrian traditional dresses and played games like Zimma, Fugdi etc. with great enthusiasm.
Gurupournima was celebrated on 7th July 2017.Children recited the Shloka “Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu”. A story on Guru was narrated by our Retired teacher Smt Kunda Salvi. A guru vandana was presented by Kumari.Swara Ashutosh Kanitkar from Sr. KG. Our Headnistress honored all the teachers by offering flower and sweets.
They gathered the following information
Maharshi Vyas, the author of the great epic- Mahabharata, is considered as the most knowledgeable and the greatest teacher. Hence, Guru Pournima is also known as Vyas- Pournima.
Our teacher is our Guru and we must respect our teacher.
Mother, being the first Guru we must obey and respect her.
Ashadhi Ekadashi is one of the most important religious celebrations in Maharashtra. Project depicting Ashadhi Ekadashi was displayed on 3rd July 2017.
To create awareness about importance of our Green friends (plant kingdom) Nisarga day was observed on 29th June 2017 Trees are our best friends and they provide us all the resources to live. So it is our duty to protect them. A project was displayed on different plants. Uses of plants and trees were explained to children.
Staff and children in green dress took pledge and promised to protect the green life and keep the surroundings healthy and beautiful..
Father’s day was celebrated on 16th June 2017. Fathers of the students were invited. Children wished their father, prostrated (Namaskar) and offered a pen distributed by school. Fathers knelt to their children’s level and accepted the pen. In return they gave toffees to the kids. Teachers, children and fathers sang a song with heartwarming expressions to make fathers feel special. Fathers appreciated the efforts of school authorities for this unique idea of involving the Fathers in such celebrations .This was an occasion to express gratitude towards fathers for all their love and support.
Laurels brought to school
Our KG / Balodyan children bagged many prizes at Lalit Kala Mahotsav and student's inter school competitions organized by IES kala Vikas Mandal.
Following children bagged individual prizes for their best acting in the above drama.
Heartiest Congratulations to all the prize winners of interschool competition
99% of our KG and Balodyan teachers participated and bagged prizes in various competitions organized by IES Kala Vikas Mandal
Grand Parents Day
The school celebrated its 16th successive Grand Parents Day on 11th February’17 at 5.00 pm. In the first session Teacher Smt. Himangi Dewrukhkar and her music troupe presented a music concert for the grandparents. Our young talents from secondary section also presented a music concert for the grandparents. It was a feast for the ears.
Essay writing and drawing Competition
Essay writing and drawing Competition for grandparents and storytelling competition for mother parents were held on 4th February 2017
Colour day was celebrated on 20th January 2017. Objects were displayed according to the colour of class badge.
Annual Sports Day
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Participation in sports is a fun way to incorporate fitness at an early age.
The annual sports of our KG & Balodyan was conducted from 10th January 2017 to 12th January 2017. Outdoor events and indoor events were designed according to the age of the children.
Our Kg celebrated the Annual social gathering on 15th Dec. 2017. The cultural programme began with Ishasthavan (prayer dance) by our tiny tots. Children presented Welcome dance, action song, and English drama and Marathi drama gracefully.
Inauguration of kids corner
The development of science and technology has transformed human life. These changes have happened in the life of children too. Children spend many hours in front of the TV and the computer screen, and on playing video games, instead of playing outside in a natural environment. This has affected the physical, mental and social development of children. They get less time and opportunity to play in the open than children of previous generations. Tiny tots love to play on slide, swing and seesaw, which help them to develop social and emotional balance, physical co-ordination, strength, flexibility and also provide recreation. Considering these aspects, our KG/Balodyan constructed a Kid’s Corner where our children can play on swing, slide, spring rider, merry go round etc. Kid’s corner was inaugurated on 21st November 2016 at the hands of Smt Jayanti B Patkar, Chairman of CNPT. Our Chairman Sri. Satish Nayak, members of CNPT Sri Vinay Patkar, Sri Amit Patkar and all the Heads of IES CPV campus graced the occasion.
Bhondla was celebrated on 11th October 2016. Children in traditional dress enjoyed playing Garba with teachers.
This helps to enhance the various aspects of development like physical, psychological, intellectual, motor skills and so on.
Educate the Children through Play Way Method
“Play is work to the child”. This is a common saying that is readily emitted from the lips of caregivers and pre-school teachers. Keeping this in mind, we follow the play way method of teaching in our school. In this method, the children are learning through different activities and first hand experiences.
This helps to enhance the various aspects of development like physical, psychological, intellectual, motor skills and so on.
Awareness speech by Headmistress Smt. Madhuri Patwardhan.
Mother”s Day Celebration
“Matru Devo Bhava”. Mother’s Day was celebrated on 30th August 2016. Awareness programme, emphasizing the importance of spending quality time with the children, was conducted by our Headmistress Ms. Madhuri Patwardhan. Three generation from the girl child (Daughter, Mother and Grandmother) who were present were honoured. Children presented monoacting, action song, group song and shloka for mothers.
Mother's Day Invitation
Mangalagaur was celebrated on 9th August 2016. Children dressed in Navvari traditional sarees presented different cultural activities like Jhimma, Fugadi,etc.
Orientation, an interactive programme was conducted at IES CPV stilt area on 30th July 2016 in order to acquaint the parents with teaching and non- teaching staff and inform them about the various projects displayed, festivals celebrated and activities conducted in the school,
Children enjoy puppet show. Puppet show on save water, save jungle, vegetables, water animals and cap seller & monkeys were performed by teachers.
PUPPET MAKING WORKSHOP
Puppet making workshop was conducted on 21st and 22nd April 2016 by our madam Smt. Madhuri Patwardhan and our teachers Smt. Tanvi Salvi and Smt. Sughandha Patil.
They taught simple way of making katta Babu Puppets, shadow puppets and toy animals.
Feathers in IES CPV KG’S Cap
We are very happy to say that our KG /Balodyan children bagged many prizes at Lalit Kala Mahotsav organized by Kalavikas Mandal of IES and also in competitions organized by Sanskriti Kala Darpan.
Marathi Drama “Sangit Samrat Tansen” performed by Bal varga children bagged 3rd prize at Sanskriti kala darpan.
English drama performed by SR KG children “Zero the Hero” bagged 1st prize at Sanskriti Kala Darpan and teacher Mrs Namrata Kasare bagged 1st prize for script writing. Same drama bagged 2nd prize and Miss Sumedha Choudhari bagged consolation prize for Best Acting at Kala Vikas .The drama was directed by teachers Smt Yatina Kaware and Smt Archita Sakpal.
Koli dance performed by SR KG children bagged 1st prize at Sanskriti Kala Darpan and 2nd prize at Kala Vikas . Dance was choreographed by teachers Mrs Tanvi Salvi and Mrs Netra Desai.
Achievements of our students at Kala Vikas competitions
Acheivements of our teachers
Following teachers bagged 1st prize in Marathi script reading
‘Shape Day’ was observed as the special day. Children were asked to bring eatables in different shapes in their tiffin. Objects and drawings pertaining to four basic shapes viz: Square, Rectangle, Triangle, Circle were shown to children.
Grand Parents Day
The school celebrated its 15th successive Grand Parents Day on 13th February’16 at 5.00pm.Himangi Dewrukhkar and her music troupe along with prize winning parents presented a concert for the grandparents.
To inculcate the habit of reading among students, like last year this year also a fair on books was held in the wide open area of our school ground from 11th February 2016 to 13th February 2016. There was “Dindi Procession’ on 11th February 2016 by the tiny tots of our KG with placards insisting the importance of reading.
On 26th January 2016 Republic day was celebrated with great pomp and enthusiasm at our school ground.
On 22nd January 2016 colour day was observed. According to class colours, children brought toys and other objects and were displayed in their respective classrooms. As a follow up colouring and painting activities were conducted.
Makar Sankrant Activity
Kite flying activity was conducted on 13th January 2016 at our school ground. . Children brought one kite each of various designs and colors. They enjoyed the activity.
India is a land of spiritual treasure. Meditation helps us to perform our duties in the most efficient way and live a life enriched with calmness, peace and harmony.
Meditation workshop for stress free was conducted by Dr. Anita and her team from 11th January2016 to 13th January 2016 .
Common Birthday Celebration
Common Birthday was celebrated on 2nd December 2015. Children had come in colourful dress. KG section was decorated with balloons and festoons. Birthday cake was cut for both the sessions involving the students whose birthday was on that day. Sweets were distributed.
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Swatch Bharat Abhiyan
Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated on 2nd October 2014. Selected children and
all staff from all the 4 sections of IESCPV participated in the Prime Minister's "Swatch
Bharat Abhiyan" procession around the school. Respected Chairman Shri.Satish Nayak
grace the occasion. Pledge was taken. Head of Marathi Primary Shri.Vinay Dhatrak
gave a small speech on awareness of cleanliness.
Silver Jubilee grand celebration
Silver Jubilee grand celebration -Music concert was organized on th 15th February 2014
The staff and children came dressed as per the colour code from 10th February 2014 to 14th February 2014. Cap with school emblem and eatables were distributed to all children and staff.
Grand Parents day
Grand Parents day was celebrated on 8th February 2014.
Book procession (Pusthak Dandi)
Book procession (Pusthak Dandi) was organized on 6th February 2014
Antakshari for Grandparents was conducted on 4th January 2014.
Cookery competition was conducted for parents on 7th December 2013 in the KG corridor. The topic was “Snacks for School Tiffin Box”.
Best out of waste
Our KG section organized a competition on “Best from waste” for parents on 30th November 2013.
Seminar on Dynamic parenting
A very informative and inspiring seminar on Dynamic Parenting was conducted on 12th October2013 by Smt. Padma Divakar in our school premises.
The teachers of our K.G section performed a folk dance on 27th August, 2013.
Narali Pournima /
Project depicting Narali Pournima and Raksha Bandhan was displayed on 14th August, 2013.
To give knowledge about our Indian culture and traditions our KG displays projects on all occasions and celebrates the festivals in its traditional way. Our KG celebrated Mangalagaur on 13th August’13.
Children from all divisions who were in Navvari traditional sarees presented different cultural activities like phugadi, jimma, naachgaghumaetc in the school premises.
This project illustrates Nag Panchami which was displayed on 8th August, 2013.
This project depicts Deep pooja which was displayed on 6th August, 2013.
The project depicting the ancient Gurukul System and contemporary school system was displayed for Gurupournima on 22nd July, 2013. Children recited the Shloka “Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu.
AshadiEkadashiproject was displayed on 18.07.13. Children dressed as Varkaris” (the devotees of Lord Vithal) participated in the Dindi procession.
Project depicting Vat Pournima was displayed on 21st June 2013.