Jai Vatika Public School Barnala, Co-Educational CBSE affiliated school.
JVPS is promoted by a number of professionals with diversified background such as educationists, doctors, executives, entrepreneurs, etc.
Students of JVPS enthusiastically organized the special assembly on auspicious festival of Deewali. The celebration started with Morning Prayer. School campus was fully decorated with lights, candles, and artwork from eco-friendly products. Students took special pledge to celebrate Green Deewali. They talked about the significance of the festival - how good always conquered the evil and also about why and how Diwali is celebrated across India. They played an awestrucking role play sensitizing students about the ill-effects of crackers, they also shared the guidelines of environment-friendly options for celebrating Diwali. The celebration was made more to the students’ liking by energetic bhangra performance. Melodies poems and songs were sung to deck out the beauty of this festival. Wonderful presentation of the assembly by the students instilled a sense of victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. Respected Director Ma’am vo
*"Without Hard Work, Nothing Grows But Weeds."* Vatikans keep their studies parallel to their physical development. They keep on engaging themselves into various games and sports. *Master Danny Sharma* of grade VIII participated in Vatan khel Mela. He secured *Broze Medal* for himself by playing wonderfully in *Table Tennis State Competition Under 14 Boys, held at Barnala* (19-20 October) JVPS congratulates you, coach and the whole family. Keep working hard and keep shining.
Global Handwashing Day, celebrated annually on October 15, is the perfect opportunity to teach your community about critical role play by hand hygiene. On this day to talk about why handwashing is so important, how to do it right and when to do it, too. In JVPS tiny tots learnt this through activities with fun music and story related to this day.Teachers showed Ppt to kids related to hand wash, when and how they should wash their hands and they also enjoyed a story related to hand wash. At last but not the least tiny tots enjoyed a dance with teachers and step by step they learnt how to wash their hands. The students enthusiastically participated in the activities. The aim was to remind our tiny tots that handwashing with soap and water is one of the best and easiest steps we can take to avoid spreading germs and getting sick.
Children,as students, are bound by a number of rules, do’s and don’ts. These rules and restrictions are important for the overall development of a child, it is also highly important that once in a while they are let out free to explore and experiment. School trips provide children an opportunity to come out from the confines and groom themselves to get ready to face the challenges of life alone. Keeping in mind the importance of Trips JVPS organised one day excursion for its students of classes III to X to Fun World Patiala. The trip was full of entertainment. The fun journey started at 7.30 am from school campus. On their way to Fun World they had all the benefits of the bus ride with their mates and teachers. Students wooped themselves up on the water rides, such as wave pool, Anaconda hole, Tune slide , dome slide, Mushroom Fountain and they also joined on the rain dance floor over there in Fun World. Vatikans had a whale of a time on thrill rides like Horror House, Dragon Tra