Mango Day 2017
The Pre Primary reopened on 6th July 2017. It was then time to welcome our kids with a bright, rejuvenating and beautiful celebration hence “Mango Day” was celebrated on 7th July 2017.
Dressed in yellow, our kids bloomed like sun flowers. The celebration was a measure to introduce the colour concept of the colour yellow and introduction to the king of fruits ‘Mango’.
Various activities were included to make the day more interesting like paper tearing and pasting, rhyme session related to juicy mango.
The sole purpose of the entire event was to see our little Jaipurians budding and blooming with happiness and their excitement for the next part of the session. Also to make them aware of the qualities of the fruit of the season – The Mango.
“Graduation Ceremony, is a conclusion of one chapter and the beginning of another.”
On 21st March, 2017, We celebrated the Graduation Day and complimented the children of Class Prep for their hardwork and efforts made by them in the academic session 2016-17. We started the show with a message. The greatest wealth is health, by presenting a rhythmic yoga. Also , kids said their “two little words”, that is ‘Thank You’ to their teachers in the form of a vibrant song. It showed their enormous love and affection towards their teachers and mentors.
“Sometimes, you will never know the true value of moment and it becomes a memory, so it’s the time to celebrate”-with this feeling in our mind, we celebrated the success of the day by presenting a colourful holi dance.
The kids were felicitated and blessed by our Principal, the Headmaster (Senior School) and the Headmistress (Junior School).
Overall, it was a phenomenal show presented by Class Nursery and Class Prep.
Orientation Programme 2017-18
At Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, we aim for a perfect balance of complimentary factors; ancient and modern, traditional and innovative. We all want to give our children the best start in life.
Nursery Orientation Programme 2017-18 is one such start for the parents and students. It was a measure taken by school to give a brief introduction of the school and its rules and regulation. We extended a warm welcome to the parents and the kids as they became a part of the Jaipuria Family. The introductory session for the parents was conducted by our respected Headmistress Ma’am where she also introduced the class teachers of the respective classes. This was followed by an Interactive Session between the parents and the class teachers in their respective classes.
Ice- Cream Party – 2017
“You Scream, I scream,
We all scream for Ice- Cream”
The most tempting and mouthwatering treat for kids is the ice- cream.
The sun is hot, ice is cold…
Lick it, before it goes…
On 1st of May, 2017 we organized an ice- cream party for kids and they enjoyed it to the fullest.
‘God helps those
Who help themselves.’
A very true saying which tells us the importance of community helpers in our surroundings. Being a part of our society these people exhibit a social behavior too.
Keeping this motive in our minds, our kids decided to say a big ‘thank you’ to the helpers of our society and we celebrated ‘Helpers’ Day’ on 22nd Feb.,17. There was a ‘Fancy Dress Competition’ organized by the students of class Nursery. It was an intersection competition in which the kids disguised themselves as doctors to save the ill, some as nurses to assist the doctors, some as Police cop to catch the thieves , some as gardeners to help the plants to grow, some as green grocer, pilots, farmers and many more that we see in our surrounding. Also, the students of class Prep took the initiative to appreciate the efforts of our helpers by singing a motivating and thanking song for them.
Overall, It was a flawless gesture by our kids as they spread a message in the society.
WE SHOULD HELP EACH OTHER’.
Floral flow Competition
“If you want to change the world……
Pick up your pen and write……..”
Your handwriting is a mirror of your soul.
Beautiful handwriting defines a person’s personality.
On 24th January,2017 Tuesday, we had organized an English handwriting competition-‘FLORAL FLOW WRITING.’
All the kids from class Nursery and Prep actively participated in this. This handwriting competition was the best teaching aid for the kids to present themselves through their handwriting.
The winners for the same are as follows:-
|Nur. A||Ist – Srinika
IInd – Alia
IIIrd – Arisha
|Nur. B||Ist – Pratyush
IInd- Krishav Garg
|Nur. C||Ist – Dhani
|Prep. A||Ist – Pankhuri Agarwal
IInd- Saarah Khan
IIIrd- Vivaan Chandak
|Prep. B||Ist – Umaima
IIIrd- Aryan Singh
|Prep. C||Ist – Unnati Kesarwani
Upadhaya IIIrd- Hafsa Parveen
Beauty, vibrant colours and ceaseless action……
Well, that’s what you see when you spot a butterfly. However, if you see beyond this external charm, you will also see hope, celebrations and transformation. So, we celebrated Valentine’s Day as a Butterfly Day on 14th Feb, 2017.
Children enjoyed making butterflies they also expressed their gratitude towards their parents through loving and affectionate words. They decorated the butterflies with lollipops and handed this token of love to their parents.
Basant Panchami 2017
Interactive Session 2016 (Orientation)
It’s a day we begin to learn to look through the eyes of others, to find out and experience what the world is like for them. It is also the day we grow bigger than our differences.
Parents of class prep students joined us in this session which was conducted on 16th July, 16.
It was a wonderful gesture as they actively participated by sharing their views.
The students of class Prep created a musical atmosphere with their chirpy rhymes. They were also rewarded for their hard work and success.
Overall, it was an open session and a great experience for all of us.
EID is celebrated after 30 days of fasting in the month of Ramzan. It comes on a full moon day.
We pre- primary celebrated EID on 15th of july’ 16. On this auspicious day the toddlers were dressed up beautifully. Girls wore in salwar kameez and boys were in kurta payjama. We imparted the knowledge about festival.
They learnt how the prayer (Namaz) has been offered.
In their activity time they draw a Mosque, decorated with stars and crescent moon and wrote EID Mubarak.
Yellow Day “Mango Party”
No other fruit can beat the sweetness of Mango.
Mango is the king of all fruits. It’s a juicy stone fruit with unique flavor, fragrance and taste.
The Pre Primary section at Seth Anandram Jaipuria celebrated the yellow day and enjoyed the mango party on the 21st of April 2016.
Children were dressed up in yellow with their tiffins filled with mangoes. The students of Class Prep. were taken out to the school garden where they had lots of fun around the mango trees. They saw raw mangoes hanging on the trees and tried to jump and pluck them. They enjoyed themselves to the brim and played with their peers and teachers.
“To the world you are the mother, but to young children you are the whole world.”
A mother is everyone’s best friend as she takes care of everything one needs. To express our gratitude and feelings, one day of the year has been dedicated to mothers and celebrated as Mothers Day.
It is celebrated every year on 2nd Sunday in the month of May. This year it was on 8th May 2016.
We celebrated this day by telling our kids at school the importance of Mothers Day and the role of a mother in their life. In keeping with the spirit of the day a few skits and moral based stories were performed. They gifted their mothers a token of love, a handmade card with a message “MUMMA I LOVE YOU–MUMMA I CARE” which they had prepared in the school. They learnt a song –
“My dear, dear mumma
I love to see your face
Be happy, be happy
Today and always “”!!
BEAT THE HEAT
Ice-cream and summer go hand-in-hand. Ice-cream is brainer when summer rolls around. The Pre-Primary section enjoyed ice-cream party on the 6th of May, 2016. The scorching heat was cooled by vanilla cups. Their joy could be seen on their faces as they merrily danced away to the peppy tunes.
Action Song Competition
(Nursery – Hindi) A beautiful Hindi Action Song Competition was held by the Nursery to bring in a sense of rhythm and co-ordination.
The Annual Exhibition
Various species of animals were depicted keeping in mind the theme best out of waste to exhibit the FAUNA ISLAND which included activities like vegetable printing, wool pasting, paper tearing, pencil shaving pasting, thumb printing etc.
Baby’s Day Out
An outing was planned to so that kids enjoy the natural beauty and appreciate their surrounding.
A day for kids, to enjoy and to celebrate. Keeping in mind the mood of the occasion, we had arranged a magic show by a famous magician of the city. Here the children got the opportunity to learn new tricks and tactics for fun.
A wonderful celebration which delved deep in the hearts and minds of our little ones. Santa’s arrival brought a big smile on our kids’ faces.
Clay Competition & Donation by Pre Primary
Giving prominence to the age old epic to know its mythological importance and to bring the moral values into the limelight, our kids celebrated Diwali depicting different scenes of Ramayana, i.e Rama’s childhood, his marriage, his exile and his return back to Ayodhya.
All the students were involved in an art competition, The theme was “My Friend”. Children used their imagination and feelings to bring out the best picture.
It was celebrated to give importance to the green vegetables and fruits which provide you with all vitamins and minerals. A melodious song based on the colour green was taught to the kids.
Patriotic Week & Popcorn Party
It was celebrated to instil a feeling of patriotism in our future leaders. The programme stretched for the entire week with a number of activities taking place everyday.
Party time is fun time. Children enjoyed eating the popcorn in the playground with their teachers. They learnt some eating manners as well.
Rakhi, Red day & Sapling Plantation
To inculcate the feeling of love amongst siblings handmade rakhi competition was held.
It was celebrated to enhance the concept of the colour red. Teachers along with the students had put up a beautiful skit based on all red things.
The children were told about the importance of trees and were then asked to plant the saplings in the flower beds.
Singing, Story Telling & Yoga
To inculcate moral values in our kids, the teachers enact stories which are some times borrowed from books or self made ones.