House System

Education, if not incorporated with co-curricular activities cannot be considered workable and complete. The school is divided into four houses based on the names of the rivers – Ganga, Godawari, Krishna & Narmada. The prime objective of these houses is to inculcate among the pupils a sense of collective responsibility and solidarity, a sense of team spirit and to encourage healthy competition. Each House is under the charge of a House Mistress along with House Captains and Prefects who shoulder the responsibility through monitorial system and endure a smooth and efficient functioning of the House. Inter-House competitions are organized from time to time in various fields.

Inter House Activities For The Session 2017-2018

12.04.2017 Introduction of Houses House Meet
19.04.2017 Know your House Role & Responsibility of each House
26.04.2017 Design your Paper Bag Kavita Gayan on Paryavaran
03.05.2017 Table Mat Making Make your own folder
17.05.2017 Hindi Ludo Maths Ludo
12.07.2017 Sudoku Crossword
19.07.2017 Practice The Tale Tellers
26.07.2017 Poem Enactment Tangrams
02.08.2017 Stories behind Inventions Science Galore
23.08.2017 Mask-O-Mania Stepping into the Universe
30.08.2017 Folk Tales Peppy Puppets
11.10.2017 Nukkad Natak Transcription
22.11.2017 Transcription Tribute to Dr. Abdul Kalam
29.11.2017 Comp-Tech Comp-Tech
20.12.2017 Creative Endeavours Carol Singing/Christmas Tree Decoration
27.12.2017 Math-O-Magic Maths Mart

Inter House Activity (III-V)

The Universe can be defined as everything that exists, everything that has existed, and everything that will exist.

An inter house activity-“Stepping into the Universe” was held as a part of the ongoing Science week on 23 August 2017. This activity took us to see some interesting and creative imagination by the students of Class 3 to 5.

All the four houses were given a challenging task to let their imagination run wild and present a model about what kind of houses will we have future, what will be the means of transport like, how will people look like, and what new will there be in our already smart computers.

The students confidently displayed their presentations and creativity was at its best.

The Tangram is a dissection puzzle consisting of seven flat shapes called tangram, which are put together to form shapes. The objective of the puzzle is to form a specific shape using all seven pieces, which may not overlap.

Tangram was interhouse activity for classes III-V , where Class III was given to make anyTangram figure related to what they observe around them like cat , boat , hut etc. Class IV was given any Tangram animal figure like cat , fish , horse , bird , lion etc . Class V was given anyTangram human figure .

Children enthusiastically participated in the activity and made nice and interesting Tangram figures using all seven different shapes and placed them correctly . The activity enhanced children’s mathematical puzzle solving and arranging skills .