House Activity

Raman House Junior Assembly

Date- September 26, 2018, Friday

Time- 8:00 a.m.

Venue- Central Courtyard

Morning assembly is about scholars and mentors coming together to start the day. It is a platform to express our thoughts and feelings and display talents of our children and imparting knowledge among them. Raman House conducted the Junior Assembly on Friday, September 26, 2018. Theme of the assembly was ‘Food and Farming’. It began with the’ Word of the Day’ presented by Savar of class 4 and was followed by an enriching thought shared by Niyati of class 5. Then, came the turn of the buddies of class 3 who presented the theme activity through a charming dance enlightening the spectators about the journey of the food. Children were made aware of the kinds of verbs through an interactive ‘Subject Enrichment Activity’ by Raghav and Praghaya of class 5.

Discourse

Sanskriti, Lavyansh and Niyati of class 5th honoured the grandparents by presenting a conversation on ‘’Grandparents are a Great Blessing’. “Veer Chawla” of Class 3 received the awards who brought laurels to the school by bagging 1st,2nd and 3rd position by competing in Inter School Aquatic competitions held in Bosco Public School. The winners were congratulated by the Headmistress ma’am and the Vice Principal ma’am.

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Tagore House SeniorAssembly Report

Date- July 12, 2018 ; Thursday
Time- 8:00 am
Venue- Central Courtyard

Tagore House conducted the senior assembly for students of classes 6 to 12 on Thursday, 12th of July 2018. The theme of the assembly was, ‘Humanity: Key to World Peace’.

The events and participants were as follows-

1. Word of the Day
The word of the day, ‘Gusto’ was presented by AashniSethi of class 6 A.

2. Thought on the theme.
The thought was presented by Aditi Gupta of class 7C.

3. Skit on the theme.
A skit on being kind and generous was presented by the students of class 7th and 8th. The activity incharge was Ms. VanshikaPrabharkar.

4. Subject based activity
A French vocabulary activity was presented by the students of class 7th. The activity incharge was Ms. Kajal Gera.

5. Discourse
Students of class 11th and 10th prepared a conversation on ‘Keeping oneself safe during Monsoon season’. They discussed about dengue and its prevention and also about food infection that spread like a forest fire. The students also showed how to wash the hands properly for good hygiene.

The following students received the NBT Awards for the BioTech Olympiad and were congratulated by the Headmistress and Vice Principal ma’am.

Level 1- Class 1 to 12 Class 1 Hansel Thomas – Gold PriyanshChola -Gold Raunak Kumar -Gold
Class 2 SatvikGosain-Gold Utkarsh -Bronze Gautam -Bronze Geet Kalia – Bronze Prachi -Bronze Daksh -Gold
Class 3 NaviteshNagpal -Gold B Lokesh Sai – Gold Vaishnavi Tiwari – Bronze Adwaith Anish – Bronze
Class 4 Nikunj Sharma – Gold Akshita Saini – Silver KanishkKhana – Silver
Class 5 Samarth Aditya Kapoor – Gold Sehej Singh – Bronze Harsh Sharma – Silver
Class 6 AkshitGoel – Gold Aayush Verma – Silver Shreshth – Silver
Class 7 AshutoshRajora - Gold NipunDatta–Silver Suyash Kumar – Bronze
Class 8 Nikhil Sheoran – Gold Kshitiz Tiwari – Silver Shivam Narula – Bronze
Class 9 Himanshu Gupta - Gold Ankit Kanwar – Silver DilkhushJha– Silver
Class 10 Kartik Rohilla – Gold Aryan Narula – Silver Chaxu Garg – Bronze
Class 11 Devashish Bhandari –Silver Aditya Pandey – Gold

Level 2 and International Rank

Name

Class

International Rank

Priyanshu Chola

1

10

Raunak Kumar

1

6

SaatvikGosain

2

10

Daksh

2

11

NaviteshNagpal

3

124

B Lokesh Sai

3

331

Nikunj Sharma

4

12

Samarth Aditya Kapoor

5

220

AkshitGoel

6

108

AshutoshRajora

7

342

Nikhil Sheoran

8

229

Himanshu Gupta

9

349

Kartik Rohilla

10

115

Ms. Divya Josephine, (PGT ENGLISH) gave a book review. A few discipline guidelineswere given by the headmistress madam.

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Tagore House Junior Assembly Report

Date- July 11, 2018 ; Wednesday
Time- 8:00 am
Venue- Central Courtyard

Tagore House conducted the junior assembly for students of classes 1 to 5 on Wednesday, 11th of July 2018. The theme of the assembly was, ‘Humanity: Key to World Peace’.

The events and participants were as follows-

1. Word of the Day
The word of the day, ‘Humanity’ was presented by Prachi Singh of class 5 A.

1. Word of the Day
The word of the day, ‘Humanity’ was presented by Prachi Singh of class 5 A.

3. Skit on the theme.
A skit on being kind and generous was presented by the students of class 4th. The activity incharge was Ms. Madhushree Ghosh.

4. Subject based activity
A Mathematics activity was presented by the students of class 3rd and 4th. The activity incharge was Ms. Akansha.

5. Discourse
Students of class 5th prepared a conversation on ‘Keeping oneself safe during Monsoon season’. The students discussed about dengue and its prevention and also about food infection that spread like a forest fire. In the last, the students showed how to wash the hands properly for good hygiene.

“Veer Chawla” of Class 3 received the award for “3rdBalaji Swimming Competition 2018” for achieving 1st position and was congratulated by the Headmistress ma’am.

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Raman House

Raman house conducted a colourful Special Assembly on 24 August. The theme of the assembly was Incredible India and the celebration of Lord Krishna’s birth on the occasion of Janmashtami

The assembly commenced with a beautiful thought for the day, given by Nishtha Jain of class 9-A. The students of class 7 presented a a medley of patriotic songs while the students of Classes III and IV put up a colourful and enchanting group dance. Ms. Surbhi updated the students with the latest updates across the globe.

 

 

Report: senior assembly
Date: 27 April, 2016 (Thursday)

The senior assembly commenced with a poetry recital by the students of the Hindi club.

The theme for the month was life is beautiful. The English word for the day was spoken by Yug of class 9 B. this is followed by a thought for the day by Vaishali of class 11 A and a splendid play by the students of class 9 and 10, articulating the beauty in the simpler joys in life which make it beautiful.

The weekly news flash was taken up by Ms. Shivani Singh in an interactive manner.

 

The SLQDP members took over the stage to spread awareness, followed by a discussion and question answer regime. The students displayed promptness and eagerness in answering.
The final section was the much awaited prize distribution ceremony, where the position holders of the academic session 2015-16 received a trophy each by the headmistress. The list of the position holders is as follows:
The assembly culminated with the national anthem.

Junior and Senior assembly Gandhi House

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Gandhi House conducted the Junior Assembly on November 4, 2015. The theme for the same was Tradition v/s Modernity.

A skit showcasing the clash between Tradition and Modernity, Village and the City was presented by the students of Class 3 to 4. How things have changed over time in India was the focus of the skit.

A dance was also presented by the students showing the difference between the Classical and the Western. Gandhi House conducted the Senior Assembly on November 5, 2015.

A skit showcasing the clash between Tradition and Modernity and how the new generation is moving towards modernity. The skit concluded by giving a message that we should not forget our traditions.

A dance was also presented by the students showing the difference between the Classical and the Western.

Milkha house assembly junior

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Doon celebrates a pollution free Diwali

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The Diwali celebrations at Doon were even more brighter and splendid as the Doonities pledged to celebrate a cracker free Diwali this year.

A large group of students headed by the members of Student council held out an anti cracker campaign in the form of a rally.

These volunteers visited the different are of Paschim Vihar including Jwala Heri and tried to sensitise people about the issue. The aim was to have a pollution free and safe Diwali.

A lot has been said and heard about the issue but such campaigns esp.from the side of students serve as effective reminders that we all need to contribute our bit to control pollution.

RAMAN HOUSE ACTIVITY REPORT

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Raman house conducted the Junior Assembly on 18 Nov’15, Wed. The theme for the assembly was “Season Of Festivities”. Following activities were conducted:-

  • Word of the day was spoken by Keerat of Class 2B. A word of English followed by a sentence was spoken.
  • Thought of the day was spoken by Shreya Roy of Class2D.
  • News was read by Bhavya Gulati of Class 2B.
  • Activity 1 was a Dandiya Dance on Gujarati song, presented by the students of Class 4A.
  • Activity 2 was a small skit on “Season Of Festivities” presented by the students of Class 3 and 4. The skit showcased the importance of different festivals in our lives.

DOON PUBLIC SCHOOL,B-2 PASCHIM VIHAR DOON MARCHES ON THE ROAD TO UNITY

On the occasion of National Unity Day i.e 31st October , Doon Public School , Paschim Vihar organized a splendid drill of March Past in the school premises .The School Band under the able guidance of its instructor , Mr. James marched majestically and exhibited a colorful array of its skill. The Doonites paid a floral tribute to the ‘Iron Man of India’i.e Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel as the special day is celebrated on account of his birth anniversary . In the morning assembly , the students took a solemn pledge to uphold the sanctity of the occasion by maintaining and preserving the unity of our great nation – India .

The students were made aware of the significance of the day , which is commonly known as the ‘Rashtriya Ekta Divas’. The contribution of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel in uniting the diverse provinces of India during the British Period remains unparalleled . He had already sown the seeds of national unity , peace and integration and that justifies how inspite of its diversity , India remains a united nation . His magnificient contribution , therefore , needs to be remembered till posterity . The present generation must preserve this legacy and prove to be worthy heirs by maintaining peace and unity in the nation .

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Tagore House Assembly Report

Senior Assembly

The students participated enthusiastically in the morning assembly to spread the message that Mathematics is everywhere in the universe. Through their act they related the various natural phenomenon like beehives, spider webs, volcanoes, sunflower symmetry etc with mathematical shapes. We should enjoy mathematics and should try to analyse what mathematical idea is present in any matter. At the end Principal ma’am gave away the prizes to the students who had performed exceedingly well in the camlin drawing competition.

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Junior Assembly

The students participated enthusiastically to spread the message that Mathematics is a methodical application of any matter. It makes our life orderly and simple. It also nurtures the qualities of reasoning and problem solving ability. Through their activity the students conveyed that the mathematical concepts are applicable everywhere, from an eraser to an aeroplane. So, one should not take this subject as a problem, instead we should enjoy it as it is the cradle of all creations without which the world cannot move an inch.

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THEME OF THE ASSEMBLY : Upcoming Festivals of India

SENIOR ASSEMBLY

The students participated enthusiastically to spread the message that India is a unique country with diversity. In the activity the students had shown the significance of varied festivals ( Durga Pooja, Ram Navami, Dussehra , Muharram ) celebrated in India. The festivities give out a message of love and togetherness, spreading around gaiety, splendour, exuberance and enthusiasm.

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JUNIOR & SENIOR COMBINED ASSEMBLY 9TH NOVEMBER 2015

The assembly began with the Word of the Day to enhance the vocabulary of the students. Followed by this, an enriching thought was read aloud.

The students were then presented with the news of the day to keep them updated with the current affairs.

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Subsequently, the first activity was performed which was a mesmerizing dance performance by the students of class 1 to class4 focused on the current theme ‘Season of Festivities’. The second activity was a skit performed, in a charming manner, by the students of class7 & class9. The audience actively and wholeheartedly participated in the assembly. They enjoyed both the performances, which added more vigor to their excitement for the upcoming festivities.

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HOUSE ASSEMBLY CONDUCTED BY RAMAN HOUSE ON 15-10-2015

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Raman house conducted house assembly for seniors on 15-10-15. The theme of the assembly was ‘ Indian culture Vs western culture. The student of Raman house participated in the assembly enthusiastically. Following activities were taken up the students.

  • Word of the day was presented by Nupur Gupta (House Captain)
  • Thought of the day was present Yashvi Grover of class 8
  • News headlines was read out by Anjika of class 9.
  • It was followed by a skit prepared by Ms. Jasmine and Ms. Anju Rishiraj . Students of class 9,10, 11 portrayed the importance of progressive ideas brought by western culture in India and its impact.
  • Students of class 8,9and 10 presented a fusion dance which was colourful and was appreciated a lot. It was prepared by Ms. Poonam Mehta.
  • Other activities were related to maths week where children presented maths’ fact in an interesting manner.
  • These activities were witnessed by the staff of Doon Public School, Hosepet , Karnataka.

    This event was made special by Mr. Hanumanathappa.

    Milkha House

    MILKHA HOUSE ASSEMBLY

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    On the beautiful morning of 2nd November 2015, students of Milkha House organized an assembly on the topic " Indian Culture vs Western Culture". The assembly began with the Word of the Day which was given by Chris George of Class IX-C, then Karan of Class XI-B gave the Thought of the Day. Then the students of Classes IX and X put forth two wonderful skits, which showcased the difference between the Indian and the Western Culture, and that we should take pride in our culture and our country. The Assembly came to an end with the performance of the students on the occasion of Vigilance Awareness Day.

    The Mother Earth

    On the morning of 23rd April 2015, Milkha House of Doon Public School organised an assembly on the topic ‘the Mother Earth.’ For days the teachers and students of Milkha house worked hard for the successful presentation of the event. The assembly began with the prayer song ‘make me a channel of your peace’, then Harmanpreet Kaur of Class VII- C presented the thought of the day, afterwards Rohan Jaiswal of class XI-A presented the News and the word of the day, i.e.‘penetrate’, was spoken by Shruti Goyal of XI-E. After that, a skit by students of classes VII, VIII, IX, X and XI, depicting the Earth’s condition in various eras and in what ways can people improve Earth’s condition, was presented. The students also took a solemn oath to protect their mother earth to the best of their ability.

    On this occasion, the Eco Club also celebrated the Earth Day (22nd April) by showcasing a skit and a song on the theme ‘Heal the Earth.’ On the occasion of ‘World Book Day’ (23rdApril) the Readers’ Club of the school also presented a short programme. Ms. Suma Jacob spoke a few words on the importance of books in our day to day lives and how Indian authors, like R.K. Narayan, have brought laurels to their Nation through their work. Afterward, Ms. Suma invited Honourable Manager sir, Principal Ma’am, Headmistress Ma’am on the stage and discuss about the books they are reading nowadays. Honourable Manager Sir, Principal Ma’am, Headmistress Ma’am also addressed the students with their words of wisdom. The assembly was thoroughly enjoyed by both teachers and students.

    Glimpses of the year 2014

    School house boards are the source of information both for the readers and for the makers. It’s a very good interactive tool where students can be updated with the latest happenings around them. This time topic of the house board was “Glimpses of the year 2014” where all the major happenings like discoveries, events, celebrations, elections, etc which occurred in 2014 were to be displayed on the board. Students of class 7th & 8th had participated this time for the board and had covered major events like Swachh Bharat ABhiyan, Mars orbitor mission, Lok Sabha elections, Terrorist attack in Pakistan, Nobel peace prize winner, Asian cups, FIFA world cup etc. Teacher coordinators were Ms. Harshleen and Ms. Pooja Arora Soni Students who assisted were Bhavya Chopra and Gaura Sharma

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    Children always prefer to have some entertainment while they studying and therefore you need to provide them with some education that looks like entertainment and using display boards as the ultimate way to provide education is one of the best ways. The best thing about display boards is that you can decorate and elicit it the way you want it and therefore you can use it as a learning tool for students. Display boards can also bring out the creativity in students if they are good at artwork, students enjoy when their creativity is appreciated. The main purpose of putting up display board on Christmas was to express love and warmth for this Christmas season. Milkha house also wanted to stimulate and create interest of the students, also to create a sense of motivation to celebrate all the festivals and be united. Christmas is a favourite time of the year involving gift giving, parties and feasting. Our students gave in all their efforts to establish a positive climate for this Christmas by setting up a board that would give them information on Christmas, the board is set up in a way that it looks appealing and eye catching.

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    Tagore House

    Junior Assembly

    A colourful and thought provoking panel was placed on the stage going with the theme of the month that is "Heal the Mother Earth" The assembly began with the word of the day and a beautiful thought to instigate the habit that one should be cautious about cleanliness. After the weekly news, the first activity was a poem on How the Earth is asking the humans not to destroy her by littering her. Our second activity was a conversation between a child and the Earth herself, emphasizing the point of how pollution, created by the humans is slowly killing her, giving a beautiful message at the end, that one should plant trees and keep the environment clean and green. Also Junior Head Boy and Head girl Elections were conducted. Students spoke beautifully on given topics and then the results were announced.

    Senior Assembly

    The assembly began with a moving thought, "that it is the humans who need the earth and not the opposite", keeping the current theme in mind. At first the word of the day was presented to enhance the vocabulary and then and inspirational thought was spoken. Following the weekly news, our first activity was presented, which was a skit to spread the awareness about how one should stop littering and should take care of our surroundings. The second activity was a song sung by students of class 7 and 8, " It's a green world" giving the beautiful message of saving the mother Earth.

    After the activities, prize distribution ceremony began for the following:

    1) Our school participated in class XIIth interschool BDMC held in Cambridge school on 29th - 30th April, 2015.

    We stood third in the Quantum Mistique event in which six students of class XI participated. Names of the participants
    Harleen Kalra -11 A
    Jayanti - 11C
    Madhura - 11 C
    Hardik - 11 C
    Anindya - 11 C

    2) Our school participated in Robofest 2015 in Maxfort, Dwarka on 11th and 12th of May and backed the first position. The students were guided by Mr. Viswanath Bannerjee (as coach/ mentor) Names of the participants
    Nishant Pande - X D
    Varun Sharma - X D
    Tejas Padhye - IX C

    3) Orchestra prepared and guided by Music Faculty - Mr. Karan and Mr. Jitender. Students of class 6 to 9

    India our pride nation

    Our current topic for House Board is “India - Our pride nation.” Students have written articles and made collage on the developments in the fields of technology, literature, art etc. Colourful and creative thoughts have been put up to decorate and highlight the tradition and culture of India that makes us proud. Articles on history of India and its struggles for being a free nation has also been put up.

    House Incharge –
    Ms. Rajneesh Pandey
    Ms. Anshika Goel

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    Our current topic for House Board is “Glimpses of the year 2014.” Students have written articles and made collage on the major events that took place in the year 2014 all over the world. Colourful and creative thoughts have been put up to decorate and highlight the events related to politics, sports, entertainment and other fields all giving a glimpse of the year 2014.

    House Incharge –
    Ms. Rajneesh Pandey
    Ms. Anshika Goel

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    Display Boards are put up in school to present information in an artistic manner. It also encourages the art of how teachers and students work, learn and create together. It promotes active learning and serves the purpose of spreading information to the students. House wise display boards provide a stage for healthy competition between different houses of the school in creating the best on the topic given.

    We create House boards according to the topic pre-decided by the overall house authorities and change it twice a month. Topics are usually based on occasions, festivals or celebrating a current event related to the curriculum. Likewise our current topic is “Let’s celebrate Christmas and New Year’s Eve.” Both are Annual festivals commemorating the birth of Jesus and welcoming the New Year with a time to reflect on one’s actions and planning for future resolutions.

    House In charge –
    Ms. Rajneesh Pandey
    Ms. Anshika Goel

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    Gandhi House

     

    7 April, 2015

    Junior Assembly

    The theme of the assembly for the month of April was “Heal the Mother Earth” in which various ways of protecting the Earth were forecasted.

    The assembly was conducted by Gandhi House. It started with a recitation by Manjit Gupta of class-3. It was succeeded by a small skit on the given topic performed by students of class 3 & 4. International Talent hunt awards were given away.

    The activities were received well by the students and the teachers. 18 April’15

    Senior Assembly

    The theme of the assembly for the month of April was “Heal the Mother Earth” in which various ways of protecting the Earth were forecasted.

    A Skit was conducted on the given topic highlighting the importance of afforestation.

    A dance was performed by the students of class 10 related to the theme. A prize distribution ceremony was organized to award the excellence in Bio technology Olympiad & International Talent hunt Olympiad. The efforts of the students were appreciated by giving away the medals and participation certificates. Overall, the assembly was appreciated by all.

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    Glimpses of the year 2014

    a) Putting children First - The Year 2014 brought a laurels for save the children as India’s leading independent child right organization.

    b) Space exploration - Dec 2014, the world made some remarkable discoveries in deep space exploration.

    c) 30 achievements in Women’s Health in 30 years.

    d) Swatch Bharat Abhiyan – was launched on 2nd October 2014 t Rajghat, where PM Narendra Modi himself broomed and cleaned the road.

    e) Nobel Peace Prize winner - Malala Yousufzai Pakistan activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Prize laureate.

    f) “Glimpses of India” Festival – In Beijing, the year of friendly exchanges by the Vice President of the People’s Republic of china Mr. Li Yuanchao at a reception hosted by the ambassador of India to china, Mr Ashok K. Kantha. Exhibitions on Buddhist heritage of India and links with China .

    g) Priyanka Chopra relives Maty Kom’s Dreams.

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    Display boards are meant for displaying posters and other flat printed matter. There are four Display Boards and it is the responsibility of the house that is allotted the Display Board to display articles, paintings, pictures etc. The theme for display every month is decided based on the festivals and events that occur in that particular month. The students of the respective houses bring the requirements for the board and the best ones are displayed. The boards are assessed and positions declared. From the 15th of December the theme has been “Let’s Celebrate Christmas and New Year’s Eve”. Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus, a time of hope and goodwill. After a good year 2014, where we have had good and bad times, we wait for the new year 2015 with expectations and aspirations for the coming year. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2015.

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    Raman House

    The assembly was structured around healing mother earth’ with an idea of how to replenish the deputing resources which are indispensable for the sustenance of Life on the Earth. A series of interesting sections were put together to enhance and create awareness among the children, like ‘Word of the day’ (by Nishtha Malhotra of class 9-A), “Thought of the day” (by Nupur Gupta of class 11), ‘Term of the day’ (by Mrs. Nishu Verma), ‘Amazing facts (by Kashish Sahani of class 10), ‘Weekly news’( by Sakhi Grover 11 – E) and a dance performance (by the students of class 7,8 , 9 and 10).

    This was followed by Ms. Vidhu Vijayan (Head Mistress) address to the children where she urged the children to donate essential commodities for the earth quake victims.

    ‘Kidsproof International’ conducted a workshop for children keeping in mind how to keep them safe from bulling at home, school and on social networking sites . so that they can handle themselves and can excel both socially and spiritually towards their future.

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    By Namrata Ashra
    23 January, 2015

     

    This month's theme for the house board was "Glimpses of the year 2014” which spanned across the important issues and events that took place throughout the year, 2014. Students decorated the house board with articles, paintings depicting the highlights of the previous year outlining the major national and international achievements of people and countries all over the world.

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    By Namrata Ashra
    20th December, 2014

     

    Every year,our school organises the house board competition for the four houses- Gandhi , Milkha, Raman and Tagore spanning across several themes.The themes are given twice a month related to specific days and important events. Many themes are represented through the means of articles, paintings and posters prepared by the students of all the four houses. The houses are assigned marks on the basis of their board display, presentation, creativity, synchronization and content. The purpose of the introduction of House board display is to give vent to the creativity of the learners, create awareness about several social, environmental and educational concerns as well as infuse a competitive spirit in them.

    At the end of each year, house board display is assessed and helps the houses to increase their standing among the other houses. The theme for house board display for December was Christmas. Students decorated the boards with articles, paintings and beautiful quotes enveloping the school with Christmas festivities.

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    House activity is a unique set up under which the students from each class are equally divided into four groups. Each group is assigned a house which is named after a prominent Indian personality and is represented by a specific colour; peculiar to the achievements and skills of the respective leader.

    The school observes the following four houses:

    1) Gandhi (green)
    2) Milkha (red)
    3) Raman (yellow)
    4) Tagore (blue)

    Many inter house activities are organized under this set up to encourage a sense of healthy competition amongst the students. A specific day of the week is allocated to such house activities. A wide range of activities, ranging from one act plays to declamation competitions are observed. Each house is allocated a certain portion of time on the academic calendar, for which it is supposed to conduct the assembly and plan interesting segments for the same. This practice tends to provide an equal platform to all the students in order to nurture and showcase their inherit talents. Hundred percent student participation is ensured by organizing a plethora of inter house activities in order to celebrate various festivals within the school. The conception of the whole idea was envisioned to achieve unity of participation and uniform growth amongst all the students. The execution of the format is highly progressive; it provides the required flexibility of performance to both teachers and students in order to pursue their talent.