Due emphasis is given to co-curricular activities for the proper development of the pupil’s personality. Students of the school have won many spectacular victories at the district and state levels, in quiz, cultural competitions and sports.
Fun while learning is the idea behind children making letter. It helps to improve their skill encourage better understanding among them.
The ‘RED DAY’ celebration was a wonderful learning activity which helped children to understand the concept of Primary colours. Red colour signifies Love & Compassion. To mark this day our students and teachers were dressed in red. Classes were decorated with red balloons…
The best Teacher teaches from heart, not from books…
The colour blue represents both the sky and the sea and is associated with open spaces, freedom, intuition, imagination, inspiration, and sensitivity. Blue also represents meanings of depth, trust, loyalty, sincerity, wisdom, confidence, stability, faith and intelligence.
Blue Day was an amazing learning experience which had a long lasting effect on each student.Early identification of colours helped to create the cognitive link between visual and words which is an important part of a child’s development.
The Quit India Movement also known as India Movement or Bharat Chodo Andolan was launched at the Bombay session of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) by Mathatma Gandhi on August 8, 1942.
The protest was inititated to demand an end to the British rule in India. Since the movement was held in August. It is also known as August Kranti or Movement.
India gained independence from British rule on August 15, 1947. As India freed herself from the clutches of the British empire, the whole country roared in happiness, marking the reign of an independent and free land away from the terror rule of the 200-year British rule.
Festivals are an integral part of India’s rich culture and Onam is one of them. It is a harvest festival and signifies the homecoming of the king Mahabali. Onam is celebrated every year during the month of Chingam, the first month of calendar .This festival is celebrated with enthusiasm and joy by all malayalis all over the world irrespective of their religion, caste and creed.
Manner’s and eliquette in children in an indicater that they have been brought up well. Teaching good manner’s to kids may be quite a task.But make sure not to lose patience with your child. After all patient is also good etiquette. And kids learn from audlts being good role models. Therefore, it’s importent that we as adults and parents exhibit the best manner’s in front of our children, so that they can watch and learn.
Kerala Day also referred as Kerala Piravi, marks the birth of the state of kerala in southern India. The state of kerala was created on 1 November 1956,long after the independence of india. Before this, it was three major provinces and several outlying regions under various rules.
When the country marks and celebrates the date on which construction of India came into effect on 26 January 1950,replacing the Government of India Act (1935) as the governing document of India and thus, turning the nation into a newly formed republic.
A Christmas carol is a carol (a song or hymn) on the theme of Christmas, traditionally sung at Christmas itself or during the surrounding Christmas holiday seasons…..Christmas carols may be regarded as a subset of the broader category of Christmas music.
Yellow is the most luminous of all the colours of the spectrum. It’s the colour of happiness and optimism of enlightenment and creativity, sunshine and spring. The colour yellow allures with its illuminating essence. Associated with the more pleasant things in life, yellow kindles joy and happiness. Most prominently recognized as a cheerful and lively hue, yellow inspires positivity.
Mahatma Gandhi led the Indians on the path of Independence through varoius civil uprisings that emphasized non-violence. The Quit India movement, the Satyagraha movement, the non-cooperation movement and the Civil Disobedience movement are coined in the history of our nation as the main pillars of our freedom struggle. Mahatma Gandhi led these mass movements with a rogorous practice of non-violence.
The motive of celebrating yellow day was to make the kids aware of the colour yellow, its significance and to develop the fine motor skills in the students. Early identification of colours helps to create the cognitive link between visual clues and words which is an important part of a child’s development
When an objective to create and educate children about the importance and consumption of fruits and vegetables in regular diet. The youngsters from LKG celebrated vegetable day. The teacher explained the importance of fruits and vegetables intake in diet for mental and physical growth. The tiny tots also learned more about the taste, smell, colour and texture of each fruit and vegetable….
Every year, the country celebrates Children’s Day on November 14. The day celebrates and commemorates the birth anniversary of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. This is because Nehru was extremely fond of kids and they, in return, affectionately called him ‘Chacha Nehru’.
The day is marked by culture programs, events and competitions in schools and colleges across the country. As you gear up to celebrate this special day, don’t forget to share these heartfelt greetings and wishes your loved ones.
Green is the most common colour in the natural world, think of nature and see green in all its glory expressing renewal and life. Green is said to have healing power and is understood to be the most relaxing and restful colour for human eyes. Green colour is associated with growth, safety and nature.It is one of the secondary colours.
This year, Students could come to the school for the X’ Mas Celebration. They were very happy and joyful to be part of Carols. Celebrations were also organized online.
Green is universally associated with nature, linked as it is to grass, plants and trees. It also represents growth and renewal, being the colour of spring and rebirth. Another association is “getting the green light” to go ahead giving it an association with talking action.