Special Activities

Session 2019-20

 

Name of the activity: Sanskrit Declamation

Date : 14th August 2019

Participating classes: VI-VIII

Through the competition students showcased their oratory skills by delivering speech on various topics such as ‘Paryavaran Sandarbha, Vrikshanam Mahatwa, Sadachar etc.

Result

PositionName of the studentClass
1stSarra AlhanVIII
2ndPuranjay Geet SharmaVIII
3rdShubhi TrivediVIII

 

 

Students learned:

  • The rich cultural heritage of India.
  • The importance of studying Sanskrit as it is the mother of all Indian languages.
  • To create awareness and celebrate Sanskrit Diwas.

Photographs are uploaded in the gallery.

 

Name of the activity: National Sports Day Celebration

Date : 29th August 2019

Participating classes: I-VIII

To spread awareness among students on the importance and significance of sports in everyone’s life , a fitness pledge was administered and various sports competitions were conducted.

Result

Class I and II : 30 mts. Sprint

PositionName of the studentClass
1stLakshya SinghI
2ndDivyansh RajII
3rdAbhay KumarII

 

Class : III – V : Inline Skating

PositionName of the studentClass
1stKshitizV
2ndAniket VatkarIV
3rdSmayra AlhanIII

 

 

Class : VI – VIII : Slow Bicycle Race

PositionName of the studentClass
1stSaanviVI
2ndShubhi TrivediVIII

 

Students learned :

  • To recognize the achievements of Indian sportspersons.
  • Promotion of sports among school students.
  • The need to stay fit and healthy.

 

 

Name of the activity : Hindi Recitation

Date : 13th September 2019

Participating classes : I-VIII

To spread the fragrance of poetry among children , a hindi recitation competition was held. They recited poem with beautiful expressions, thoughts and rhythm.

Result

Classes : I-III

 PositionNameClass
1stMd.AyanIII
2ndHumaira IramII
3rdDivyansh RajII

 

Classes: IV-V

PositionNameClass
1stNuha AhmadIV
2ndAnjali kumariV

 

Classes : VI-VIII

PositionNameClass
1stShaurya JainVI
2ndSarra AlhanVIII
3rdShubhi TrivediVIII

 

Students learned :

  • To build self confidence , develop oratory skills and self expression.
  • To help students to practice pitch , voice inflection and volume.
  • Help them in their language development , cognitive development and emotional development.

Name of the activity: Poster making

Date: 21st September 2019

Participating Classes: I-III

Through the competition, the students expressed their views and explored their imagination by making posters on the various themes

Class 1: How will I save my favourite tree

Class 2: Water pollution

Class 3: My dream environment

Result

PositionNameClass

 

1st

Humaira Iran

Navya Jain

Smayra Alhan

II

I

III

2nd

Md. Ayan

Shresth

III

II

3rdS. ArrunmojhiII

 

Students learned :

  • To enhance their creativity over canvas.
  • To share their perceptions about saving the planet earth from pollution and dangers.
  • To depict the dangers harming the planet and also the uniqueness of our planet.

 

Name of the activity: Poster making (say no to plastic)

Date: 3rd October 2019

Participating classes: I-VIII

On the occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Bal Bharati Public School Nabinagar organized a Swachhata rally and a poster competition was held on the theme ‘say no to plastic’.

Result

Class : I-V

PositionNameClass
1stNavya JainI
2ndSmayra AlhanIII
3rdNuha AhmadIV

 

Class : VI-VIII

PositionNameClass
1stWara AhmadVI
2ndPuranjay Geet SharmaVIII
3rdSarra AlhanVIII

Students learned

  • To raise awareness about the negative impact of plastic bags on the environment and human health.
  • To find practical ways to reduce and avoid the use of plastic bags and plastic bottles.
  • To generally avoid the use of single use plastic.

Photographs are uploaded in the gallery.

Name of the activity: Rangoli competition

Date : 24th October 2019

Participating classes: VI-VIII

On the occasion of Diwali celebration ,in school a rangoli competition was held. Rangoli making boosts self-esteem and inspires students to reach new levels and to introduce to the students the power of visual imagery.

Result

PositionNameClass
1stWara AhmadVI
2ndShubhi TrivediVIII
3rdAditi KumariVIII

 

PositionNameClass
1stAnjali KumariV
2ndNuha AhmadIV
3rdDivyansh RajII

 

Students learned

  • Rangoli making has an impact on brain wave patterns and emotions to improve self-esteem and social skills to bring out their inner talent.
  • To develop different skills and improved balance , encourage to focus , builds confidence and memory , concentration skills and discipline.
Session 2020-21

 

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