The CISCE Zonal’s Lawn Tennis Tournament 2024 showcased remarkable talent across various age groups.

Avi Saxena from Class VI secured the first position in the Boys U-14 category, while Varun Singh from Class XII claimed the second position in the Boys U-19 category. Ansh Saxena from Class XI secured the third position in the same category.

Their achievements highlight their skill and dedication, contributing to the success of the tournament. Congratulations to all the winners for their outstanding performances.

The ninth edition two-day B.S. Sood Memorial Inter-School Table Tennis Tournament that began on May 6, 2024 at our Gomti Nagar branch was smoothly conducted and drew to a stupendous close on May 7, 2024, among much fun and frolic. It was followed by the prize distribution ceremony that was held within the premises.

The winners of the tournament were –
1 st Position Team Event boys – Lucknow Public School Kanpur Road
1 st Position Team Event Girls – La Martiniere Girls

The best player of the Tournament – Darsh Srivastava.

Spring Dale College Indira Nagar Running Trophy for the overall championship was bagged by La Martiniere Girls. The trophies and medals were awarded by the President of the institution, Major S. K. Khanna, the Directors Ms. Sangita Midha and Ms. Reeta Khanna. The exciting event came to a close with a promise of meeting the budding players again next year with greater enthusiasm and vigour.

Consistent hard work transcended into smiles and cheers at Spring Dale Institution.

The three branches at Indira Nagar, Kanpur Road and Gomti Nagar, rejoiced with the enthusiastic bustle of the ICSE and ISC students. The board results were out and well received. The Alma Mater flag flying a notch higher with pride at the 100% results.

90 of ICSE and 30 of ISC students being 90% and above.

In a thrilling showdown at the ICSCE Zonal Volleyball Tournament hosted at St. John Bosco in Gomti Nagar, the Under 14 girls’ final match between students from our Indira Nagar and the Dr. Virendra Swaroop Public School was a sight to behold. Amid the intense competition, our students displayed remarkable teamwork, skill, and determination throughout the match, earning them the well-deserved 2nd place. Congratulations to the team for their outstanding performance.

Our marvellous players


Today on World Dance Day, the stage lit up with the vibrant energy of small kids, their tiny feet tapping to the rhythm of joy. With each graceful movement, they painted a picture of innocence and enthusiasm, reminding us all about the universal language of dance that spreads joy and leads to positive learning.

A special assembly was conducted to mark the occasion and students of primary school staged a special dance performance showcasing the glimpse of various dance forms of each state to pay a tribute to this distinctive form of performing arts. Students and teachers enjoyed the foot- tapping music along with the exquisite dance forms.

A glimpse of some prominent dance forms of India were shown in
the assembly, naming – Kathak (North India), Bharatnatyam (Tamil Nadu), Dandiya Raas (Gujarat), Bhangra (Punjab), Lavani (Maharashtra) and Rouf (Kashmir). The students were also told a few facts about dance that how it keeps us in good health and energises our mind and heart.

In the end a message was given that,
“Let’s dance our way into a brighter and more harmonious world”.

An outreach program was conducted for the students of Spring Dale Institution by a resource person from Ashoka University, Sonipat- one of the top 10 universities.

The talk was on the scope of humanities and the trending careers related to the stream. Students were apprised of the facilities available and the various programs running in the campus. He also spoke about the subject options one can choose for the career of their choice.

International Children’s Book Day with the theme “Cross the Seas on the Wings of Your Imagination” on April 02nd. The assembly featured introductions by Tanya Srivastava (XII-C), a poem by Shreshtha Verma (XII-A), and insights on the word of the day, “Bibliomania,” by Anushka Singh and Bhavani Srivastava (XII-C).

Students engaged in a 20-minute reading session to promote creativity and language skills. The event emphasised the importance of reading in fostering morals and ethics, culminating in a game titled “Guess the Title of the Fairy Tale” during library time.

Life on earth probably would not have even begun if not for water. The theme for World Water Day for 2024 is “Water for peace”. To highlight the importance of water and raise awareness about global water crisis, World Water Day is celebrated on March 22, every year, as a means of focussing attention towards the fresh water and the need to preserve it.

The students celebrated World Water Day with engaging activities. Primary students created posters and learned about water conservation, while Kindergarten’ers took a “Save Water” pledge and did sponge dabbing.

Older students had discussions and activities emphasising the importance of water conservation, including writing slogans on raindrops and depicting the significance of each water drop.

These activities effectively conveyed the message of water conservation in an interactive way.


a day marked with enthusiasm and vigour, when school ground scintillated with energy, as the tiny tots of Nursery and Playgroup participated in Fun Races and Aerobic Drill.

A beautiful display of team work was witnessed in the races viz ‘Stack the Cone’ and ‘Glide the Foam Javelin’ whereas a remarkable mind and body co-ordination was showcased in the ‘Barrier Race’.

The event concluded with joyful parent activities .The program was highly appreciated and applauded by parents.