The most awaited moment finally knocked the door of our esteemed organization when the young Jaipurians’ endeavour, diligence and sincerity was acknowledged and honoured during the Investiture ceremony held on the premises of the school on August 17, 2017. The occasion was graced by the presence of the Chief Guest- Ms Manju Rana, Principal-cum- Director of the school, and the Guest of Honour- Mr. B.D Maheshwari, President Rotary Club. The event commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the dignitaries present. during the occasion followed by a vivacious recital of a song by the school choir. Thereafter Principal ma’am’s address kindled the minds and hearts of the students to lead by setting an example for others and act so as to inspire people to dream more and learn more. She urged the students to believe in themselves and make utmost use of the opportunities they are provided with in the journey of school life. The House Incharges too motivated the students to take initiatives and contribute zealously to the school activities. The new Students’ Council was appointed and its members were invested with their duties and responsibilities. Principal Ma’am did the honours of pinning the badges to the newly appointed students’ Council and adorning them with sashes. The students took the oath of office pledging to uphold the ethos and values of the school and to discharge their duties with commitment and dedication. Last but not the least the newly appointed Head Boy and the Head Girl addressed the gathering. They vowed to work relentlessly to take the school to novel heights of glory. The event ended with a vote of thanks by the Vice Principal Ma’am. The ceremony ended with a promise of advent of a promising year ahead.
The school having excelled in all domains, moves ahead with a dedicated mission to empower enthuse and excel. To felicitate and celebrate excellence in Academics and Full Attendance, Seth Anandram Jaipuria School hosted the Award Ceremony for the session 2016- 17 on Friday, August 4 ,2017 in the school premises. The ceremony started with invoking the blessings of Goddess Saraswati , followed by an inspirational Saraswati Vandana .A motivational song sung by the school choir stirred the audience. Students of class 4 presented an invigorating skit depicting , “The Seven Secrets of Success.” Chief Guest of the ceremony was Ms. Anjleen Berar , Principal , Mount Litera Zee School. Principal cum Director, Ms. Manju Rana along with the chief guest felicitated young Jaipurians for excelling in academics and punctuality. The Vote of Thanks was proposed by Vice Principal Ms. Sarojini Sinha. Award ceremony was also graced by Head Mistress Ms. Indu Kohli and was attended by 350 parents.
Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Ghaziabad, celebrated the “French Day” in full vigour. It was followed by different events. The students of class VI to X showcased their exuberant talent. Ms.Manju Rana, Principal cum Director and Ms.Pooja Tyagi, H.O.D French enlightened the event with their presence and motivating speech.
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.
It was a proud moment for Jaipuria to witness the inauguration of ATL Tinkering Lab in the school premises. Chairman Sh. Shishir Jaipuria inaugurated the lab on Wednesday, 2-August-2017. Principal Ms. Manju Rana and eminent members of the working committee were present at the occasion. The chairman congratulated the school and wished the students many happy hours of tinkering. ATL lab would teach students essential 21st-century skills which will help them in developing their professional and personal skills. Skilled India is the need of the hour and each step taken this dream should be welcomed and we should work towards it together for a better India.
On 29 July 2017 an inter house competition was conducted wherein all the four houses i.e. Ganga, Godavari, Krishna and Narmada participated with full vigour. Different social issues were given to each house as the theme. Ganga -Superstition, Godavari – Gender Discrimination, Krishna -Child Labour and Narmada- Cleanliness and Sanitation. All participants adorned appropriate attires and used colorful props.
1. ” Revised Examination Schedule for class V”
Exam scheduled on Monday, 24.7.2017 for class V is now rescheduled on Tuesday, 8.8.2017. The rest of the schedule will remain same.
2. ” Revised Examination Schedule for classes VI to X”
Exam scheduled on Friday, 21.7.2017 for classes VI to X is now rescheduled on Tuesday, 25.7.2017. The rest of the schedule will remain same.
3. ” Revised Examination Schedule for classes XI &XII”
Exam scheduled on Friday, 21.7.2017 for classes XI & XII is now rescheduled on Monday, 24.7.2017. The rest of the schedule will remain same.
“Let your smile change the world But don’t let the world change your smile”
On completion of 1 year of the new Pre-primary wing, we celebrated happiness week from 10th July to 14th July 2017. The week included fun and exciting activities for each day with the motive to spread positivity and happiness. The children were given worksheets on happiness on the first day, where they shared their views about things which make them happy. Day2 was celebrated as Principal’s appreciation day, where kids had put up a small presentation and planned an interactive session with Principal Director Ma’am. She was overwhelmed with happiness after hearing to our enthusiastic tiny tots. After the program, cake cutting was done by ma’am and toffees were distributed to the children. The entire Pre-primary wing was decorated with smilies, balloons, appreciation thoughts and quotations. To bring in more happiness and laughter the third day was followed by a puppet show. The fun and frolic activity for the fourth day was a yummy Ice-cream treat which was thoroughly relished and enjoyed by them. The happiness week concluded with a class party where the little ones bought smilies and mouth watering party food and shared it amongst themselves.