30.11.2018 English Inter House Debate Competition - first round
The first round of Inter-House Debate competition was held on 30th November, 2018 for Grades 8 & 9 students. The judges were Mrs. Soma Mukherjee (Assistant Head) and Ms. Rahila Batliwala.
The topics for the competition House Wise were:
1) Advertising causes more harm than good. (Green v/s Red)
2) Reading a book is more enjoyable than watching a movie. (Yellow v/s Blue)
The Blue House & Green House were declared as the finalists.
30.11.2018 Inter House English Recitation Competition (Grade 3-5)
English Inter house Recitation for 3rd, 4th & 5th grades was held on 30th November. Best speaker was selected from each Grade.
CLASS NAME HOUSE TOPIC 3rd SWANAND MARATHE YELLOW FRIENDSHIP 4th SHUBHAM DALVI
HUMOUR 5th IRA PATANKAR YELLOW NATURE
Green House was declared the winner for securing maximum points.
30.11.2018 Inter House English Recitation Competition (Grade 1 & 2)
English Inter house Recitation for 1st & 2nd grades was held on 30th November. Best speaker was selected from each Grade.
CLASS NAME HOUSE TOPIC 1st VEDASTUT WAGLE BLUE ANIMALS 2nd ANANNYA JOSHI RED FESTIVAL
Blue House was declared the winner for securing the maximum marks.
29.11.2018 Picnic to Patwardhan Park
A child’s heart not only seeks knowledge but also yearns for fun because that is learning through exploring and enjoying, therefore the school provided the students a rejuvenating break to learn and enjoy through Annual SchoolPicnic.
A day for Picnic at the Patwardhan park, Bandra was arranged for Jr and Sr KG students to give them an experience of being surrounded by greenery and the beauty of nature. Children were all excited on reaching the park and visiting the different areas of the park like the green lawn, jogging track, play corner…
They had fun running around and playing various games like football, cricket, passing the ball, ring-a-ring - roses… ,the most enjoyable time was in the play area as they enthusiastically played on different play equipments. They also got an opportunity to observe various kinds of plants, trees and butterflies. By the end of the fun packed picnic children had created wonderful memories. It was indeed a wonderful day filled with fun, frolic and ecstasy.
02.11.2018 Diwali Celebration
Festival of lights Diwali was celebrated with enthusiasm and excitement. The beautifully decorated classrooms and corridors added charm and religious fervor to the festive atmosphere. Children came dressed in colourful clothes.
Teachers narrated story on Diwali which added meaning to the celebration, they even explained the ill effects of bursting crackers and how to replace the act through selfless good deeds and eco friendly Diwali.
Children enjoyed dancing on of the beats of songs. Diwali sweets, Diyas coloured and decorated by the children were given as Diwali gift.