Vidya Mandir Public School organizes graduation day

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Vidya Mandir Public School, Sector 15A, Faridabad, celebrated the graduation day of class V.

The program was full of cultural performance, workshops, and events like baby photogenic, fancy dress, caricature , boogie-woogie (solo), group dance and instrumental (with/without vocal).It was started with the lighting of a lamp by school principal Mamta Aggarwal.

The programme started with a talk among class IV and V students in which juniors applauded their seniors for their continuous support and guidance and assured them that they would follow their tips followed by a heartwarming farewell song.

Workshop on Learning disabilities:

Sachdeva Public School, Rohini, conducted a workshop based on ‘Learning Disabilities’ for the parents of school students. Parents were made aware of various types of learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia and dyspraxia, and their role in identifying these. School director Sanjay Sachdeva and Principal Ravija Prakash also found the workshop useful.

 Ramakrishna Senior Secondary School, Vikas Puri, organised a winter carnival for 2013-14.

An open talent hunt show was held in which students from West Delhi schools participated. Parents were also invited to watch the programme

Manav Rachna International School, Sector 21C, Faridabad, celebrated Spring Summer Fiesta 2014. Various activities were organised encouraging the participation of parents in the fashion show and the flower arrangement competition wherein the best were chosen under four categories.

An exhibition was organised where children’s work was showcased under the title Sense-o-Green

Chief guest Hasleen Kaur, Femina Miss India Earth and actress, spoke of the involvement of parents in the success of the child.

 Sanyogita Sharma, director, MRIS 21C, and Ikwinder Singh, principal, MRIS 21C, inspired the parents with their encouraging words. Happy Senior School, Kirti Nagar, celebrated its annual sports day, Parakaram, at the Chhatrasal Stadium. The event opened with chief guest, Air Commodore Anil Sabharwal (VSM) lighting a lamp and Asheema Sabharwal , president, Air Force Wives Welfare Association, releasing balloons. The celebrations included a plethora of cultural performances showcasing various dance forms such as lavani, salsa and bhangra. The winners in athletic events were awarded medals. The day also saw the announcement of the annual JK Fellowship awards; the merit-holders were awarded the scholarships by school Principal Rita Ghai.

The event concluded with the felicitation of Umesh Ghai, managing director of the school. Queen Mary’s School, Northend, Model Town, hosted a farewell party on the theme Hasta La Vista (Spanish for good bye)

The programme commenced with a slide show retracing the moments spent by class XII students in the school. Many dance performances, and a skit were presented by class XI students. Class XI students sang a melodious song. Saumya Berry was crowned Miss Queen Marian ’13.

The event concluded with a cake-cutting ceremony by principal Anupma Singh, coordinators, teachers and class XI and XII students. N K Bagrodia Public School, Sector 9, Rohini, bagged the Tony Blair Face to Faith Foundation Gold Award for their extraordinary achievement in bridging the gap between students from different religions and cultures using digital technology.

A number of video conferences were held with children across the globe enhancing their interpersonal skills and adding an international dimension to the curriculum.

 Greenway Modern School, Dilshad Garden, organised a book fair where children’s author, Ruskin Bond, interacted with the students. The day also saw the author share his golden moments with youngsters where he candidly answered their queries. Students also got a chance to get their favourite books autographed and click photos with the guest. St Mark’s Girls Senior Secondary School, Meera Bagh, under the aegis of Spic Macay, organised a special programme to celebrate the spirit of music.

The Karl Seglem Acoustic Quartet performed in front of the students and teachers. Everyone was left yearning for more by their scintillating and inspiring performance. Concerts Norway, headed by Seglem, emphasises musical diversity, innovation and cooperation. Students of class IV and V of Bal Bharati Public School, Pitampura, accompanied by eight teachers went to Jaisalmar and Jodhpur for an excursion. The visit gave them an insight into the rich cultural heritage of the places. The tour of Mehrangarh Fort and Umaid Bhawan Palace was informative. The experience on the sand dunes, spiced up by camel rides and folk performances, left the group awestruck.

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