"Badminton is like balled dance. It requires a lot of control, strength, mind play and measured movements." *Inter House Badminton Tournament* for students of classes VI- VIII was organized at Jai Vatika Public School The event was a great success as the participants from the four houses came with greater enthusiasm. There is a saying, “practice makes a man perfect”. The same was seen in most of the players who participated. It was a wonderful display of talent and stamina. They took up the challenge and gave their best when it mattered the most. The sports teachers were enthusiastic and very keen to manage the event. There were some nail-biting finishes. The audience lightened up the event, they gathered to cheer the contestants of their houses. Winner House students were awarded by Principal Mrs. Rinki Chakrborty Singh with certificates and trophies.Other teams weren’t disappointed as they got to experience some wonderful display of talent.
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