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Showing posts from July, 2022

Teej Celebration

The festival of Teej celebrates the bounty of nature, arrival of rains and greenery surrounded by social activities, rituals and customs. Students of Jai Vatika Public School celebrated Haryali Teej with great joy and fervour on the school campus. Kids came dressed in traditional Punjabi dresses. The campus was decorated with swings and items related to Teej. A giddha performance was also given by girls. Addressing the kids, teachers briefed about the importance of the day and mentioned that Teej was primarily a festival celebrated by girls and women with songs and dances mainly in the northern and western parts of India. Tiny tots participated whole-heartedly in the fun-filled function. The Punjabi boliyan were presented by little vatikans. Traditional dances, bhangra and giddha were performed by boys and girls. Kids looked mesmerising in Punjabi attire with heena on their hands. The programme concluded with a dance competition for tiny-tots. #Kindergarten #Teej Celebrations #Dance co

JVPS celebrated Kargil Vijay Diwas

 *"True soldiers fight not because he gets what is in front of him but because he loves what is behind him."* Jai Vatika Public School celebrated Kargil Vijay Diwas to remember India's victory and to pay tribute to Kargil Martyrs who are the symbol of courage and sacrifice for safeguarding the border of the country.  Champs House, the house on duty conducted special morning 🌅assembly in a very well coordinated manner. Students sang patriotic songs and recited poem  to pay tribute to Indian army. Everyone was literally in tears after watching heart-touching dance💃🕺 performance.  Principal Mrs. Rinki Chakraborty Singh gave a motivational speech on importance of Kargil Diwas. Her inspiring words filled the students with patriotic zeal and inspired them to conduct themselves towards the betterment of nation. They were encouraged to serve our motherland.

Paper bag making

  " Go green With paper bags, everything is fantastic." Taking the thought forward Jai Vatikans participated in Paper Bag Making Activity with the objective in mind to ban plastic. Students showcased their creativity and artistic skills by making paper bags using newspaper, magazines, colourful charts and decorated them vibrantly. This activity was not only fun and engaging for the learners but they were also excited to take their bags home and use it in their day to day lives. Through this activity vatikans tried to spread awareness on importance of avoiding plastics bags . The activity was a great success which invited positive remarks from teachers and students.

Guru Purnima Celebration

Holding much significance among Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists in India, Guru Purnima is the day dedicated to all the gurus and teachers, who play a crucial role in steering a person towards enlightenment. As per the Hindu lunar calendar, the auspicious day is celebrated on a full moon day or Purnima, falling in Ashadha month.So JVPS organised Puppet Show for kids to tell them what is significance behind *Guru Purnima* through the story of Eklavya and Dharona Charya. They also made cards for their Principal and teachers on this special day.

Educational visit to Hospital

"In nothing do men more nearly approach the God than in giving health to men."   On 6th July 2022 Grade I students of Jai Vatika Public School, Barnala had gone on an Education Trip to Noor Hospital. The students of Grade I along with their mentors Ms. Harpreet Kaur, Ms. Pardeep Kaur and Ms. Madhav enjoyed their visit. The visit proved to be quiet informative for students as they interacted with the doctors and nurses. Some of them shared their fear for doctors, getting injections or their hatred towards medicines but inspite of so many apprehensions they thanked the doctors and nurses for helping them cure their illness. Doctors also suggested them the advantages of healthy diet, exercises etc.