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Rakshbandhan Activity 2023

Independence Day Activity 2023

A Report On Iv Prabhjot Baruah Memorial Inter -School English Debate 2023-24

"Debate is the best way to test the strength of your ideas." - Sharad Vivek Sagar

Delhi Public School, Mathura Road organised the IV Prabhjot Baruah Memorial Inter-School English Debate for the students of Classes IV and V on 24 August 2023. The motion before the house was, ‘Social Media has Improved Human Communication’ to which the young debaters could relate personally. The event saw enthusiastic participation from 12 distinguished schools. The event witnessed an ebullient exchange of opinions and views.

The event saw an assemblage of eminent judges such as Mr Amit Arora, Journalist, Newsreader, Anchor, Radio Jockey, Quiz Master and an illustrious Commentator; Dr Archna Tyagi Senior Research Fellow with Center for Military History and Conflict and Ms Arunima, Editor at CNN News 18.

The event commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp followed by a presentation on how technology is rapidly changing our everyday interactions. The school Principal, Ms Reema Sharma, Vice Principal (Academics), Ms Monica Sahni and Vice Principal (Administration), Mr Naveen Kumar felicitated the dignitaries. The Principal, in her address, emphasised that the advent of social media has brought about transformative shifts in various aspects of life. She also pointed out that social media not only reshapes the way people communicate, but also alters their daily routines; it is indeed undeniable that the profound influence of social media affects contemporary generations across different walks of life.

During the debate, participants highlighted the transformative impact of technology on our lives. They stressed that social media platforms have revolutionised how we connect, making communication faster and more convenient than ever before. This viewpoint led to a range of differing opinions, such as concerns about over-reliance on online interactions affecting faceto- face communication skills. These perspectives also addressed the potential drawbacks of excessive screen time and reduced personal interaction due to the prevalence of social media in our lives.

The panel of judges, Ms. Arunima, Mr. Amit Arora, and Dr. Archna Tyagi, expounded their observations to the assembled audience, commending the eloquence and acumen demonstrated by the speakers. They provided guidance on avenues through which the debaters could further improve and grow intellectually. The results were declared shortly after. The first position was bagged by Sara Kanwar from DPS Vasant Kunj. Adwaitaa Singh, also from DPS Vasant Kunj, secured the second position. The third position was bagged by Avika Bansal from The Indian School. Vir Chadha from, DPS Mathura Road, was presented with the Prabhjot Baruah Award for the Best Orator. The rolling trophy was awarded to DPS Vasant Kunj in recognition of their outstanding performance.

The Headmistress, Ms Manisha Varma gave the vote of thanks. She expressed admiration for the extensive research conducted by each speaker and conveyed her gratitude to the judges for dedicating their precious time. The event concluded with the rendition of the national anthem.

Environment Club Activities- Aug'23

Tribal Empowerment

Friendship Day Card Making

International Tiger Day

Reading Week Activity

World Environment Day

Yoga Day 2023

Environment Club Activity

15th-19th May,23

International Day for Biodiversity

The United Nations has proclaimed May 22 The International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB) to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues.

Class I, II, III

Children were taken for a “Nature Walk” around the school campus and they noticed the biodiversity present in school like different trees, plants, flowers, birds, insects etc. After coming to the class they also drew on the theme of “Biodiversity in my school”

Class IV, V

Children were given a video to watch at home and next day there was a group discussion in the class about the steps that can be taken at individual levels to preserve biodiversity.

Through the above activities children came to know about the

Biodiversity in their school and around them. They also became aware about the ways to preserve it.

Mother's Day Activity

Buddha Purnima Activitys

Environment Club Activities

Earth Day is an annual event on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First held on April 22, 1970, it now includes a wide range of events coordinated globally by EARTHDAY.ORG

17th- 21st April

Class I

Children were shown a YouTube video- “How to take care of the environment” After watching the video children depicted drawings and wrote some important points that they remember. They also sang a song which was played on smartboard.


Show and Tell

Children brought an object from home which they have reused. They also did “Show and Tell” about the same in how it is helping to save the Mother Earth. They also sang a song on Earth Day.


Nature Bazaar

Children were encouraged to bring any waste material from home and make a unique craft item of their choice. They also displayed the same in their class.

Class V

Carbon Footprint on Earth

Children were shown some videos to spread awareness about Carbon Footprint. Children brought a one side used A4 size sheet with one foot printed on it. They painted and printed their own foot. On the same sheet they wrote ways to reduce the Carbon Footprint on Earth.

Dr. B R Ambedkar collages

World Oral Health Day Collages

Envvironment Club March’23

3.3.23- World Wildlife Day

March 3 is World Wildlife Day. It is a United Nations International day to celebrate all the world's wild animals and plants and the contribution that they make to our lives and the health of the planet.

Class I- Children were encouraged to draw and colour their favourite wild animal and write one special quality of the same.

Class II- Children were shown a video on “World Wildlife Day”. They were encouraged to learn about any one endangered animal and ways to preserve it. They also drew posters on the same in school.

Through the above activities children became aware of the importance of wildlife and ways to preserve the same.

Holi card making

Thank you card making

EECC February'23

20.2.23—24.2.23 Spring is in the air

Class I,II

Children were taken for a walk around the campus. They were encouraged to observe flowers on the way. Teachers told the names of those flowers to children. After coming back to their class they drew and coloured any one flower they liked the most.

Class III, IV and V

Children went for a nature walk. After coming back to the class they sketched and painted the nature (flowers, trees, sky) that they observed. The teachers also told the children about preserving the beauty of nature.

Children came to know about different flowers. They learnt to appreciate the beautiful nature around them and understood the importance of preserving it.

Report For The Inter School Athletic Meet 2023

Raghubir Singh Junior Modern School hosted the Inter School Athletic Meet on 09-02-23 and 10-02-23. A total of 12 schools participated in the Meet. Class IV and V students from DPS Mathura Road participated in various track and field events.

The results are as follows:

DAY 1 : 09-02-23

S.No Name Class Event Name Position
1. Samaira Mathur V Shot Put Event 2nd
2. Vihaan Pant V Long Jump. 2nd
3. Ali Asjad Mansoori V High Jump 3rd

DAY 2 : 10-02-23

S.No Name Class Event Name Position
1. Mohd. Shirajul Ali Sheikh IV 100*2 Relay Race Silver Medal
2. Mohd. Moosa IV 100*2 Relay Race Silver Medal
3. Vanya Khanna V 80m Flat Race Bronze Medal 100*4 Relay Race Bronze Medal
4. Dhwani Goyal V 100*2 Relay Race Bronze Medal
5. Naysa Thareja V 100*2 Relay Race Bronze Medal
7. Akhta Khan V 100*4 Relay Race Bronze Medal
8. Zainab V 100*4 Relay Race Bronze Medal
9 Divisha Chaudhary V 100*4 Relay Race Bronze Medal

The team was trained and led by Mr. Anand Prakash and Ms. Yogita Saini.

Origami Activities

Lala Lajpat Rai Activity

Republic Day activities


16.1.23 TO 20.1.23 Makar Sankranti/Pongal/Lohri

Children were shown a video on Makar Sankranti/Lohri and Pongal. They were be taken out to the MPH Hall for learning Surya Namaskar (as a gesture to pay gratitude to the Sun which is a source of life on this planet). Children became aware about the harvest festivals and their relation with the Sun as these festivals mark the end of winter and beginning of summer

विश्व हिंदी दिवस रिपोर्ट

10 जनवरी 1975 को सर्वप्रथम विश्व हिंदी दिवस मनाया गया| तब से हर साल 10 जनवरी को हिंदी भाषा के प्रचार, प्रसार और प्रयोग को बढ़ावा देने के लिए अतंर्राष्ट्रीय स्तर पर विश्व हिंदी दिवस मनाया जाता है। इसे मनाने का उद्देश्य दुनियाभर में फैले हिंदी बोलने वाले लोगों को एकजुट करना, हिंदी की आवश्यकता तथा इसके महत्त्व से अवगत कराकर विदेशी लोगों को भी इसके प्रति आकर्षित करना है।

10 जनवरी 2023 को कक्षा 1 से 5 तक के छात्रों को विश्व हिन्दी दिवस के बारे में जानकारी प्रदान करने हेतु उनकी हिन्दी कक्षा में एक वीडियो प्रस्तुति दिखाने का आयोजन किया गया| साथ ही साथ अध्यापिका द्वारा छात्रों को हिन्दी भाषा का महत्त्व भी समझाया गया|

इसके अंतर्गत बच्चों ने हिंदी भाषा की शान में सचित्र स्लोगन लिखकर पूरे उत्साह के साथ सुंदर पोस्टर बनाए।

इस गतिविधि द्वारा बच्चों को हिन्दी के अधिकाधिक प्रयोग और शुद्ध हिन्दी बोलने के लिये भी प्रेरित किया गया ।

Jr. Modern School Competition Report

Venue: Raghubir Singh Junior Modern School, Humayun Road

Four students of Delhi Public School, Mathura Road, Primary Wing, participated in the 19th Lala Raghubir Singh English Meet held on 22nd December, 2022 at Raghubir Singh Junior Modern School, Humayun Road. The details are as follows:-

S.No Name Class Admn No. Event
1 Manvika Luthra IV-A 17281 Puzzle me out- Eng. Quiz
2 Aditya Gupta IV-B 17101 Relay Writing
3 Divisha Chaudhary V- E 16209 Relay Writing
4 Ishleen Kaur V-F 21362 Puzzle me out- Eng. Quiz


Aditya Gupta and Divisha Chaudhary won the Third Prize in the Relay Writing Event. They were each awarded with a book and a certificate. Certificate of participation were also received by all four participants.

Football Tournament

Junior school’s football team took part in the fourth edition of Paul George Global School’s annual Football Tournament held at Paul George Global School, Alaknanda, New Delhi, from 17th to 18th November 2022. The team secured third place in the tournament and Gauransh Wassan of IV-E won the Best Player of the Tournament award.

1. III-A 18002 Arhaan Danish
2. III-B 20197 Dinesh Vipul Vats
3. III-G 22259 Anaadi Singh
4. III-G 18265 Garvit
5. IV-B 17220 Mohd. Arfaan
6. IV-E 19247 Gauransh Wassan
7. IV-H 19343 Ahaan Khatri
8. IV-H 17115 Vihaan Kumar Tripathi


Football team with their coach, Mr. Anand Parkash and the dignitaries from

Gauransh Wassan (IV-E) receiving the Best Player of the Tournament award

New Year's Card/ Resolution Activity

Binsar Farm- An Affair To Remember

A field trip to Binsar Farms, Sonipat was planned for the students of classes 4 and 5, in December 2022. Five hundred students, twenty teachers, and two lady guards went on this excursion. On reaching the farm, students were briefed about the farm. They were given an appealing engaging pamphlet to note down their observation as they navigated through a well-maintained farm. The students saw a large number of cows, of different varieties. The high point for the enthusiastic students was the cow nursery, where the calves were taken care of. They stroked and touched calves excitedly. The students then moved to the milking station where one could see the machines used for milking the cows. After the milking process, the students saw cheese, butter, paneer, and ghee packaging at the processing unit. They also saw the bottling and packaging of milk here. The farm had a large number of workers in clean and hygienic attire.

Learning and fun always make a great combination. Students were able to spend much of the educational trip day in small groups, observing, chatting, and learning with each other. The students also had a pleasant time while travelling with their classmates and friends. They returned with an enriching experience, new knowledge, and happy memory.

Christmas Activity 2022

Winter Activity 2022

Fit India WeeK

Fit India School Week is the flagship programme dedicated to schools to encourage inculcating fitness habits and increase awareness for fitness and sports among students. Fit India School Week was observed from 31st November,2022 to 5th December,2022 in the Primary Wing for the students of classes 1 to 5 to reaffirm the importance of fitness in an individual’s daily life. Children participated in various activities like Kho-kho, yoga and meditation, fitness test, essay writing on their favourite game and poster making on their favourite sports person. It was a very successful initiative to bring awareness in students towards fitness and good health.

EECC Activities

World Soil Day
World Soil Day 2022 (#World Soil Day) and its campaign "Soils: Where food begins" aims to raise awareness of the importance of maintaining healthy ecosystems and human well-being by addressing the growing challenges in soil management, increasing soil awareness and encouraging societies to improve soil health. It was celebrated in the junior school with full enthusiasm and intensity.

2.12.22 Class I and II –Know about Soil Erosion and need to save it
Children were shown videos about “layers of soil” and “What is Soil Erosion and Conservation?”
This was followed by a discussion on the need to save soil. Children learnt about the soil erosion, its causes and ways to stop it.

2.12.22 Class IV- Experiment
Children did an experiment- Bread and flour demonstration to understand the difference between healthy and unhealthy soil. A PPT was provided for the same.

5.12.22 Class III and V-Walkathon
Children and teachers of Class III and V tightened their shoe laces as they walked for soil. A “Walkathon” on “Save Soil” happened by the children and teachers of classes 3 and 5 to spread the awareness about the dying soil. They were encouraged to wear a green jacket/sweater/sweatshirt etc on top. They also carried some beautiful posters and placards made by them.

5.12.22 Class I-V “Save Soil” sticker distribution
All the children across grades I-V were distributed stickers on “Save Soil” to be sticked on the vehicles of their parents. The aim was to spread awareness about the dying soil across the globe.

Constitution Day

Constitution Day also known as 'Samvidhan Divas', is celebrated in our country on 26th November every year to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. On 26th November 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India, which came into effect from 26th January 1950.

EECC Activities

21.11.22- Class I and II- Save Water

Children were shown a video on “Save water” and they were guided not to waste water in school, their homes and any places they visit. They were encouraged to share their practices with their parents, relatives, friends and neighbors. Children were involved in the discussion and shared their experiences also.

22.11.22-Class III, IV and V-Water Conservation

Children were encouraged to read and research about “Water Conservation”. They were shown a video too. They made a poster on one side used A4 sheet. They liked the activity and prepared the posters with a lot of enthusiasm.

Rocksport camp 2022-23

Children's Day

Childhood is all about playfulness joy and innocence. Children's Day is celebrated across India to raise awareness about the rights, education, and welfare of children. It is celebrated on 14 November every year on the birthday of the First Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who was known to be fond of children. On this day, we , at DPS Mathura Road organized many educational activities and did worksheets in class for Grade 1 to 3. The children of classes 4 and 5 did craft work and designed roses in class for themselves.

Guru Nanak Jayanti

On the occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti all students of primary did the following activity.

The students made three promise cards on the three golden rules of Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

They wrote one promise on each card that they make to themselves.

Math Week


MATHS WEEK : MATHS IN REAL WORLD focused on empowering the learner by imparting knowledge for inculcating skills and abilities to deal with real life situations. Mathematics is an integral part of day to day life be it transaction of money, readings in the electricity metre, dates, time, calendar, measurement in cooking, stitching, symmetry, patterns, architecture, sports, interior designs etc . A comprehensive plan of activities for providing opportunities to the learner for Competency Based Learning was made for the Maths Week. Class-wise details are as follows:

DATE: 4-11-22

Students of Class 5 prepared and presented their models of home decor in their respective classrooms. The models were based on one or more mathematical concepts. It was interesting to see how students talked about the relevance and importance of mathematical concepts such as fractions, percentages, decimals, area, perimeter, measurement, tessellations, angles, shapes in the things they see around them on a day to day basis. A creative worksheet was attempted by the students which was also based on the same theme. The students assumed the role of little architects and designed a floor plan for their house using the concept of Multiplication of Fractions. It was a great learning experience for the students to showcase their innovation and creativity.

DATE: 3-11-22

Symmetry is easily noticeable in nature, various arts, buildings, and monuments which brings a sense of harmonious and beautiful proportion and balance. Students of Class 4 presented examples of symmetrical things around them . They talked about the line of symmetry, types of symmetry using models/ charts. All children participated with great zeal and fervour. Keeping Maths and Art Integration in mind, a creative worksheet based on symmetry was also attempted by the children.

DATE: 2-11-22

Students of Class 3 showcased their talent by integrating Maths and Sports. The main objective of the activity was to enable children to appreciate role of Mathematics as a learning tool in sports and vice versa.

Students spoke about their favourite sport/game and explained how Maths is involved in that game. Each child was given a time period of 1-1.5 minutes to show his/her presentations .Children elaborated upon some amazing and unusual ways on how Maths forms an integral part of any sport, be it cricket, football, golf, polo, chess, billiards, archery etc. Keeping Maths and Art Integration in mind, a fun and calculative sports based worksheet was also attempted by the children.

DATE: 31-10-22

To bring out the relevance of Maths in the real world, Class 2 chose the concept of calendar for the Maths Week activity. The theme ‘Save the Date’ was well presented by the young mathematicians of grade 2. They also highlighted different mathematical facts related to their birthday and month. Some amazing and unknown facts about different months were also revealed by them. To bring a meaningful and energetic end to the celebration a follow-up worksheet related to calendar was taken up in the class. Children participated wholeheartedly to make the event successful.

CLASS : 1br> DATE: 01-11-22

Students of class 1 dressed up as people from varied professions and presented the significance of Maths in each. Children spoke about different professions emphasizing on how Maths is used as an integral part of their life. To reiterate the relevance of Maths in the real world, a follow-up worksheet related to the topic was taken up in the class.

प्रथम शुभ चड्ढा अंतर्विद्यालय हिंदी वाद-विवाद- प्रतियोगिता- प्रतिवेदन (2022-23)"

EVS WEEK (10th - 14th October)

EECC Activities October



Children of classes I and II planned to celebrate “Green Diwali” and wrote a slogan on it. They were encouraged to think in advance and come prepared to share their unique ideas in school. Children took part in the activity with a lot of enthusiasm and learnt the value of Green and Pollution free Diwali.


Children made a plan to celebrate “Green Diwali”. They made beautiful posters keeping in mind the following points.

  • Green crackers

  • Ways to check Noise pollution

  • Ensuring no wastage of food

CLASS V CREATIVE POSTER DESIGNING Children were encouraged to use different mediums to design a poster on “Green Diwali” using different mediums like waste material at home etc. Children loved the activity and also made graffiti art on paper.

Gandhi Jayanti Activity

EECC Activities Report

19.9.22 Get clicked with your self-styled bag-CLASS I to III

Class 1 and II students decorated cloth bag and learnt why Cloth bags are better than plastic bags. They decorated their bags very beautifully with zeal and enthusiasm. They understood that Cloth bags are reusable, decreases the need to use more materials for single-use production, also Cloth bags reduce plastic use and therefore plastic pollution. Children of classes I and II were also shown a video of a story- My Plastic bag which talked about the harms caused by plastic to the sea creatures and ultimately making us sick as we also eat sea food. Indeed it was a fun filled and enriching activity where in not only they decorated but also learnt the need of using cloth bags over paper or plastic bags. Children of class III used different decorative materials like fabric colors, sequence, crayons and stickers to decorate their cloth bags. They enjoyed the activity while being creative.

20.9.22 - Musical instruments using single-use plastic and other trash

India has banned the manufacture, sale and use of identified single-use plastic items like plates, cups, straws, trays and polystyrene from July 1, 2022.

Children of class IV and V were given an opportunity to show that they care for the environment by making something beautiful and useful out of trash, especially single- use plastic. They took part in the activity very enthusiastically. The activity was taken as an opportunity to be creative and innovative while reducing the carbon footprint.

21.9.22 EECC INITIATIVE - Use of Cloth napkin for wrapping food items.

Small steps can lead to a big change.

It is time we realize that wrapping food in aluminium foil is not good for our health and using paper foil will lead to cutting more trees. Children were told about the olden ways, just the way our Dadis and Nanis always used to wrap chapatis in a cloth napkin.

The junior school initiated the use of cloth napkin for wrapping food items from 21st September this year. Using cloth is eco-friendly and hygienic too as it can be washed after use. Children were encouraged to be a part of this initiative and encourage people around them to bring this change in their lives too.

'हिंदी सप्ताह प्रतिवेदन (२२.8.२२ - २६. ८. २२ )

दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल, मथुरा रोड के प्राथमिक विभाग में 22 अगस्त से 26 अगस्त, 2022 तक 'हिंदी-सप्ताह’ मनाया गया। इसका उद्देश्य न केवल छात्रों को भाषा का ज्ञान प्रदान करना था, बल्कि उनके समग्र व्यक्तित्व को निखारना भी था। कक्षा एक से पाँच तक प्रत्येक कक्षा में दिए गए विषय पर आधारित विभिन्न गतिविधियों का आयोजन किया गया, जिसमें छात्रों ने अपनी प्रतिभा का भरपूर प्रदर्शन किया। उदाहरण के लिए- मैं कौन हूँ? (छात्रों ने निर्धारित ऋतु के रूप में अपना परिचय दिया), मैं भी अभिनेता (ऋतु पर आधारित लघु-नाट्य- प्रस्तुति), मैं भी कवि (ऋतु से संबंधित कविता पाठ) आदि का सफल प्रस्तुतीकरण किया गया|

प्रत्येक छात्र को दिए गए विषयों पर बोलने का अवसर दिया गया। जब छात्रों ने अपने विचार सबके समक्ष प्रस्तुत किए, उनमें अद्भुत उत्साह का संचार देखने को मिला| गतिविधियों ने छात्रों में प्रचुर उत्साह पैदा किया और पूर्व तैयारी ने उनकी प्रतिभा का निर्बाध निष्पादन सुनिश्चित किया। हिंदी सप्ताह का मुख्य आकर्षण 'अंतरवर्गीय हिंदी वाद-विवाद' था, जिसमें छात्रों ने 'पाश्चत्य संस्कृति का अनुकरण भारतीय संस्कृति के लिए घातक है|' विषय पर अपने विचारों का आदान-प्रदान किया। छात्रों ने अपने विचार दृढ़ता एवं आत्मविश्वास के साथ प्रस्तुत किए|

हिंदी सप्ताह के उत्सव ने न केवल छात्रों को आत्म-अभिव्यक्ति द्वारा आत्मविश्वास हासिल करने के लिए प्रोत्साहित किया बल्कि 'राजभाषा-हिंदी' के प्रति उनके प्रेम को भी विकसित किया। समग्र रूप में देखा जाए, तो यह एक सफल आयोजन रहा और शिक्षकों के प्रयास की अत्यधिक सराहना की गई|

Teachers Day Activity

Teachers are the pillar of strength and the guiding force in students' lives. Teachers pass on values to children, prepare them for further education and are the main contributor to good education in a society. Students are deeply affected by teachers' love and affection and character.

And our loving students of all classes enjoyed imitating their teachers and filled the lives of their teachers with happiness by making cards showing their gratitude.

Earthquake Safety ProgrammeDate : 2-9-2022

A regular and continuous effort to be prepared and have knowledge on how to deal in difficult situations can save many lives. Earthquake is a disaster that may risk one’s property and even life. Since Delhi falls in the seismic zone IV it is important to include earthquake preparedness in our curriculum in order to equip the school children with the knowledge, proper attitude and skills on what to do in case of a natural disaster like an earthquake.

Keeping this in mind an earthquake drill was organised in the Primary Wing by the Disaster Management Club of Delhi Public School Mathura Road on 2nd September 2022 during the homeroom period. The drill was carried out simultaneously and smoothly in all the classes of the Junior school. All the classes were explained about the dos and don’ts during an earthquake. The teacher also discussed about the various safety measures and precautions to be taken during the session. It was a very informative drill.



CLASS I-Nature walk, collection of leaves

Nature is a God’s gift to us. It is what we see and feel around us .This is what children of grade 1 felt when they went for a nature walk. They enjoyed the weather and collected leaves and flowers and pasted in their EVS notebooks. The activity was conducted in all sections of grade 1 under EECC.


Class II- Mini garden

We don’t inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. —Native American proverb

In an attempt to bring a touch of nature inside the classrooms, a mini garden creating activity was done. Children across all sections of grade-2 participated whole heartedly in the activity. They enthusiastically tried planting, watering and placing their little planters in their classrooms. The teachers acted as facilitators guiding them about the right amount of water, appropriate place etc. On the whole, it was a great learning experience for the children.

Class III- Creative Planting

Gardening is a rewarding activity that teaches children several essential life skills. It keeps them close to nature, hones their senses, and encourages them to eat homegrown food. The Creative planting activity was taken up with students of class 3 on the 12th of August, 2022. Students were required to bring small pots/coconut shells/half cut plastic bottles, some soil and seeds. The class teachers demonstrated how we can sow seeds in planters. Different ways to plant seeds were discussed and students were encouraged to make their own kitchen garden at home with seeds which are easily available. Once the students were ready with their plants, name slips were attached to highlight the plant variety. The tiny planters were then collected and kept on the classroom window to observe the process of growing plants and learn from it. The students thoroughly enjoyed the activity.


CLASS IV- Leaf 🍁 Painting

Children were taken for a nature walk in the school premises. They were encouraged to collect the fallen leaves. Children were highly excited and enthusiastic to participate for the same. They observed how leaves of different plants and trees have unique patterns, designs and shapes. They made beautiful paintings with the help of leaves.

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Class-V- Nature Walk and Painting nature

A nature walk is the best way to have an interactive experience with our surrounding environment.

The students of class V went for a nature walk in the school premises on 22nd and 23rd August, 2022.They observed the plants, insects, and birds around them during the walk. The air was clean, cool, and fresh in the morning. It was a relaxing and rejuvenating experience for them. After coming back to the class, they drew a beautiful scenery based on theme ‘Nature’. Children used water colors, crayons and A-4 sheet for making the scenery. They showed a lot of creativity in making and coloring the drawings. The purpose of this activity was to encourage students to spend time in nature and appreciate its beauty. Spending time in nature also promotes better attention spans, self-discipline, creativity, physical fitness, and social connection in children.

Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is the festival of brothers and sisters. On this day sisters tie rakhi on their brother’s wrist and take a promise for their life long bond of protection. To understand this tradition children made cards, rakhies and decorative plates and enjoyed the festivity.

Appreciating Friends

Friends are very important in life. They teach us how to share and care for each other. Friendship is one of the most sacred bonds. To realise the importance of friends and appreciate them, children of the primary wing made paper flowers and cards for their friends.

English Week 2022-23

Primary Wing celebrated the Annual English Week (2022-23) from 25-07-22 to 29-07-22. The theme of the English Week was ‘The Five Elements of Nature’ and the students of classes I to V performed various activities in their English periods related to the element assigned to each class. Theme- based activities were conducted in various classes.

Class I- Theme - Space, Activity- Blast off

Class II- Theme – Air, Activities- Noun balloons and Poster making

Class III- Theme – Water, Activities-Water cycle and Water Idioms

Class IV- Theme – Earth, Activities-Limerick and Advertisement

Class V- Theme – Fire, Activities-Rapid Fire and Playing with Fire

The above-mentioned activities helped students enhance various skills of the English language. The students actively participated in all the activities and they were enjoyed by one and all.

International Day of Friendship

"Because of you, I laugh a little harder, cry a little less, and smile a lot more."

Friendship is one of the most beautiful relationships among humans. A friend is someone who is always present in the times of need. Friends are companions who support and guide you through tough times.

International Friendship Day is celebrated each year on July 30. It is a great way to thank our friends and celebrate their contribution in our lives.

World Chocolate Day

Mother's day activity 2022-23

Earth day activity 2022-23

World Heritage Day 2022-23

World Health Day 2022-23