Our school participated in the 2nd Metro Science Modelling Fest – 2017 on the 2nd of October which is organized in association with PSIT, Kanpur. Over 23 schools exhibited their projects.
From our school two groups consisting of eight students took part in it. The project exhibited by Nupur Rathi, Yashi Gupta, Mandavi Gupta and Anushka Shukla of our school bagged the third prize of Rs.1000. The project was based on Composting, Drip Irrigation and Vermicomposting (i.e) Wealth from Waste. It was also a part of the campaign [SWACCH BHARAT MISSION] initiated by our Prime Minister.
It was a moment of immense honour for the Jaipuria Computer Club when His Excellency, the Honourable President of India- Shri Ram Nath Kovind Ji, officially unveiled the Comfest 2017 Brochure presented to him by Vikunth Chandra and Kushagra Agarwal of the JCC. Also present at the occasion alongside the First Lady of India were the Governor of UP- Shri Ram Naik, the Chief Minister- Shri Yogi Adityanath, the Deputy CM- Shri Keshav Prasad Maurya, along with other prominent MPs, MLAs, senior IPS and IAS officers of Kanpur and Lucknow.
Fourth consecutive year when the proud Jaipurians bag the Education World Survey. Best School Award 2017. Seth Anandram Jaipuria School was adjudged the Best School of the city and 3rd Best School in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The Principal Mrs. Shikha Banerjee and HOD Computer Mr. Manish Seksaria attended the award ceremony held at New Delhi on September 23, 2017.
The Principal gave the credit of achievement to the students, parents and the faculty in a Press Conference held in School. Her eyes were filled with extreme joy and pride while showing the citation and the certificate.
Creativity is contagious-pass it on……
With the same perspective in mind an ISA Activity , Designing a Book Cover was conducted for the students of Class VII.
This activity helped the students to explore about the four poets –William Wordsworth, Robert Frost, W.B.Yeats and Rabindranath Tagore. The students put their best foot forward and made innovative, ingenious and splendid covers .It was learning in a unique way and helped the students to inculcate interest in poetry.
The school organized a Book Mark Making Activity, an Intra Class Competition for students of Class VI as a part of ISA Activity, British Council Project. The book marks were based on the works of the four well known poets –William Wordsworth, Robert Frost, W. B. Yeats, and Rabindranath Tagore .
The students used handmade paper, paints, glitter, adhesive etc. for the same. They stuck pictures and wrote quotes on them .They enjoyed making bookmarks as it was an opportunity for them to display their talent and creativity.
It was indeed not only learning but also a fun-filled activity.
Our journey of the British Council Project, ISA Activity began with the Research Work which was conducted in the library, where students spent hours on doing research on the works of their favourite poets – William Wordsworth, Robert Frost, William Butler Yeats and Rabindranath Tagore. They were provided with books and also searched on internet for more information .The teachers helped them in providing guidelines and giving direction to their work.
“THE CORN GOES POP POP POP”
Popcorn- The lightest and most popular snack around the globe which is loved by one and all.
On 8th September 2017, all dressed in white looked like the white flower that the corn pops into…. It was a great and eye – popping experience for the kids to see the corns bursting into pop corns in the pan on the induction. The savoury flavour of the buttery popcorn was adored by all.
They were shown different white colour objects like flowers, cotton, eggs, clouds, modeling clay, crayons and milk, after which the usefulness and value of milk was told to them. The children were asked to drink milk twice a day. This way the colour White was introduced to them.
Teacher’s day was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm in the school on the 5th of September 2017.
In a cultural programme designed especially for their teachers, the students paid their tribute to them by putting up a stage show with dances, choir, solo rendering and speeches.
The School Principal – Mrs Shikha Banerjee blessed the students in her address and the vote of thanks was extended by Mr. M. K. Mishra.
Special Assembly was conducted by students of class III to celebrate the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi on 1st September, 2017 where a mesmerizing dance performance was given by them. The highlight of the dance was the illustration of Ganesha drawn by them during the act. A student of the same class, Angira Purwar recited her own written poem.
AAMBY VALLEY CITY
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter.” – Martin Luther King Jr.
The Indian International Model United Nations, championship conference, one of the most prestigious conferences was held from the 24th of August to the 27th of August, 2017 was held in the mesmerizing Aamby Valley. The school was represented by 15 students and comprised of around 2500 delegates from 42 countries all around the world. The opening ceremony along with the other ceremonies was graced by the presence of a number of dignitaries like Sri Mani Shankar Iyer, Sir Prakash Jha and Dr. Deepak Vhora. Read More