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World Earth Day Celebration at JVPS

 "We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children." Going with the adage World Earth Day was celebrated on 22 April,2022 at Jai Vatika Public School, Barnala with a special assembly on the school premises by Legend House Students. Main attraction of the assembly were Dance Performance, Role Play, Poetry Recitation, Speech. On the occasion of World Earth Day children participated in creative activities like: clay modelling for kindergarten, Sapling Plantation for class 1-2,6-7,  Slogan Writing for class 3-5, Poster Making for class 8, Speech Competition for class 9-12 for displaying their artistic and linguistic skills while showcasing their awareness about conserving natural resources. Students and staff members took pledge to contribute their efforts to sustain this planet Earth during the occasion. Our worthy Principal mam Mrs. Rinki Chakraborty Singh in her address reminded children for their responsibility towards Mother Earth. Principal mam

Joyous celebration of Baisakhi festival at Jai Vatika Public School

      Baisakhi a  Sikh festival celebrated every year on  14th April marks the beginning of Sikh New Year and harvesting of Rabi Crops. It is celebrated with joy and happiness in Punjab. A special Assembly was organized by Champs House on 13th April, 2022  which exhibited colourful performance of Giddha, Bhangra. Special quiz contest was held by students and question related to the festival were asked, students participated enthusiastically. On this occasion, a fair was organised by the kindergarten teachers for the little children, in which the children learnt about the importance of the fair held on the occasion of Baisakhi. Best dressed Punjaban Mutiyar and Punjabi Gabru competition was held. Director of the school Mrs. Vanisha Bansal and Principal Mrs. Rinki Chakraborty Singh were present for the event Director Madam described the festival as a way to share happiness and increase mutual love and harmony. The principal wished the children and teachers a happy Baisakhi and advised th

Farewell party "Jashan - E - Rukhsat " for the outgoing grade XII students at JVPS

         " There are no goodbyes for us. Wherever you are, you will always be in our hearts." On 2nd April, grade XI students organised a farewell party ( Jashan-E-Rukhsat) for the outgoing grade XII students. Students were extremely enthusiastic about the celebration and participated with zeal and fervour. The outgoing students looked back at the journey in the school and grew emotional. Students were given a warm welcome with the tilak ceremony and a welcome speech by grade XI students. Various cultural events, songs, dances were performed by the students following with a ramp walk and giving titles to the students. Grade XII students also were part of the cultural program, they recited self composed poems for teachers and expressed their gratitude. After a question round Mr & Ms JVPS,  Mr & Ms Evening were announced. It was a nostalgic moment filled with happy and sad faces, eyes glittering with tears.  The cordial presence of Director Ms Vanisha Bansal was an adde