The school bid adieu to our primary teacher Ms Vineeta Kumar on 5 Nov 2019. We wish her a healthy and contented life
The School celebrated 550th Prakash Purab of the first Guru, Guru Nanak Devji on November 12, 2019 with great zeal and religious fervour. The school building and the entire premises were decorated with flowers, colourful lights, candles and diyas. The programme commenced with Samapti of Sehej Paath and recital of Rehraas Sahib ji followed by a Kirtan Samagam in which students participated enthusiastically, reciting shabads in Guru's honour. Members of Mitr Pyare Alumni Association also rendered a special shabad performance to commemorate this auspicious occasion. The entire school resonated with the sound of hymns. Sakhis and speeches delivered by students gave an insight to principles and teachings of the great Guru.
The occasion was graced by the presence of School Chairman S. Amarjeet Singh ji Pinki, School Manager S. Bhupinder Singh ji Bhullar, distinguished dignitaries and an impressive gathering of Parents.
School Chairman congratulated one and all on this pious occasion. He shared his views on the indispensible values.
School Manager appreciated the efforts of participants and inspired the students to emulate the teachings of the Great Guru.
The School Principal Ms. Mandeep Kaur extended her heartfelt wishes on this religious celebration and guided the students to follow the golden principles of Kirat Karo (work honestly), Vandd Chakko (share with needy) and Naam Japo (Remember Lord)
The School Vice Principal Ms. H.K. Walia proposed vote of thanks to all the distinguished guests.
The programme concluded with lighting hundreds of candles by Teachers and Senior Students thus celebrating the first Guru's 550th birthday. The programme proved to be a spectacular success.
Keeping in view the deterioration in pollution level in Delhi and to provide relief to the students, Directorate of Education, Delhi gave Anti-Pollution Masks on 18 November 2019. Masks of N95, one of the good quality masks for tacking smog, were given to the students.
Hindi Story Telling Competition for the primary segment was held on 20.11.2019
The Constitution Day of India was celebrated in the school premises on 26 November 2019 in all its solemnity. It was marked by the conduct of a special assembly by the students of the school. The celebration started by invoking the blessings of almighty. Varisha of class 12 apprised the students about the significance of the constitution and the preamble to the students. It was followed by an oath on preamble taken by the students and administered by the Principal Ms. Mandeep Kaur. The Assembly ground echoed with words “we the people of India………”. Then came the culmination of the ceremony- a speech on our constitution which took us on a journey of our constitution from history to its present day form and its vital role to bring together and an idea called India.
Special Assembly was conducted on 27 November 2019 in the school premises to mark the martyrdom of Guru Teg Bahadur ji. Occasion was marked with solemnity. After the rendition of shabad, Dushleen of class 9 enlightened the students about the martyrdom of Guru Ji. Ms Jaswinder Kaur, our Punjabi teacher, informed the students about the life and teachings of Guru Teg Bahadur ji. Students who had participated in Inter-school Bani recitation and shabad rendition competitions and had brought laurels to school in the form of outstanding positions were awarded by the school Principal Ms Mandeep Kaur. The program concluded with the speech made by the school Principal who urged the students to follow the path and principles of Guru Teg Bahadur ji.
An activity was conducted on 28.11. 2019 by the students of class Nursery. They recited a few lines on the topic The Sun using props and were very excited to speak over the mike.
Helga Todd Teacher Education Foundation has been working with experienced volunteer teachers and trainees to advance teacher training. Representatives from Helga Todd visited the school on 21st November 2019. Mr. Des Wakelin and Ms. Lyndsay Daly refreshed the knowledge of the mentors and observed the classes of the teachers with the help of mentors. They worked as a team of Volunteer Education Professionals pooling their experience and expertise.