To honour and pay homage to our esteemed founders, a week long programme called ‘Awareness Week’ is observed at the Institution from July 18 to 25, every year. A special theme is taken up every year to sensitise the students about various social issues.
This year the theme was “With a smile lend a hand of help”.
The Vice Principal Mrs. Shoma Banerjee introduced the theme to embark the beginning of the week. Throughout the special week various activities like- Puppet Show, Skits and Story narration by Pre-Primary students, making of Word Walls and Scrap Books by Primary classes, making of Bird Feeders and caring the nature by Junior classes and Street Play by Senior children were done to develop care for parents, grandparents, animals etc.
Our Vice President Sir Atul Sood concluded the week by sharing the importance of being responsible citizens.
Mango Party was celebrated by the children of playgroup class on July 30, 2023 with full zeal and enthusiasm. Children wore yellow dresses and brought a mango and folk along with them. They were told about peeling of mango and taught how to eat mango using folk. They did sponge printing on mango. Mango cutout was given as a takeaway gift.
Summer cool day was celebrated by students on July 14 2023. Children came in summer cool dress along with a hat, cap and sunglasses. Children brought juice along with them. They did colouring on the cutout of vest. They enjoyed dancing on various songs. Different objects were shown to them to describe summer cool day. Cutout of ice-candy was given as takeaway gift.
Green colour day was celebrated by the students on 7 th July 2023. Children came in green colour dress along with any one green colour fruit in their Tiffin box. Leaf printing was done on a tree as a group activity. Various rhymes were done on green colour. Children were taken out and shown greenery in the school garden. All these activities helped children in recognising the colour. Cut out of green colour frog was given as takeaway gift.
The 74th Republic day was celebrated in Spring Dale College, Kanpur Road with much zeal and fervour. It started with unfurling of the National Flag by the Principal of the school- Mrs. Reeta Khanna, followed by the speech given by the head girl- Nikita Tigga. Inspiring National songs were sung by the Choir group. The importance of freedom and sacrifice for the Nation was told to the children by the principal through an impressive speech followed by an Oath in Hindi.
The Investiture Ceremony of the Student Council for the academic year 2023-24 was also held with great pomp and dignity. The event was presided over by the school principal and was conducted with high degree of earnestness and passion. The newly selected office bearers pledged to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities. The Principal appreciated the outgoing office bearers and congratulated the new ones. She advised them to be the role models and lead by example with godly wisdom. The function concluded with the patriotic song “Saare jahan se achha”. Last but not the least, the winner of the annual Inter House Competition, the Cock House Trophy, was announced by the Head Mistress- Mrs. Shoma Banerjee as she welcomed with applause, the Captain and the Incharges of the “Peace House” to the stage to receive the honour for their hardwork and dedication.
The function came to an end with distribution of sweets. It was a day of rejoicing and merry making. May we continue celebrating it forever!
Brown colour day was celebrated by the Play group children with great zeal and enthusiasm. They were shown the cut-outs of brown colour. They did colouring on punchsheet. A poem on brown colour was taught to the children. Teddy bear stickers were given in the diary as a takeaway gift.
Children are budding stars, the more you inspire them the more they learn.
Following Covid-19 protocol, children of pre-primary and primary participated in a gamut of entertaining activities like card-making, alphabet tambola, painting the pots, to name a few. Children from classes VI up to XII also took part in the celebration. They enjoyed games like dumb charades, coin game, prop dance, Pictionary, tongue twister.
They sang beautiful songs and played musical instruments. Many talked about inspirational personalities like Abraham Lincoln and Jawaharlal Nehru. Children were acquainted with the importance of celebrating Children’s Day and how they too can contribute in making the world more innovative and inspiring.