Hindi Diwas 2019 will be celebrated all over the India at Saturday, on 14th of September.

India observes Hindi Diwas annually on 14th September, to promote Hindi language and to save it from getting extinct. The Government of India, under the Ministry of Home Affairs has organized a Hindi Diwas Samaroh on 14th September 2019 at 10 A.M. Live streaming of the complete event was done on Government Video Portal at webcast.gov.in.

Many competitions pertaining to Hindi language were held in schools and colleges. Children participated in several Hindi competitions like essay writing, quiz, poetry etc. We celebrated Hindi Diwas with many such competitions and a play and dance on “Female Infanticide”.  

ONAM  CELEBRATION

Onam, the harvest festival of the people from 'God's own country' was celebrated with the usual pomp and gaiety. The school lobby was colorfully decorated with the 'Onam Pookolam', the traditional rangoli. The celebration started at 11:30 with the lighting of the traditional kuthuvillaku by the Principal, Vice Principal. It was a colorful event with songs, dances, skits, and speeches from the Kerala population that spoke of the reason how Onam came to be celebrated.

ORANGE DAY

Colours are the vital part of our life. Colour can sway thinking, change actions, and cause reactions. It can irritate or sooth your eyes, raise your blood pressure or suppress your appetite. When used in the right ways colour can save on energy consumption. As a powerful form of communication, colour is irreplaceable. Our tiny tots are rejuvenated by the vibrant colours around them so in our school curriculum we have included many colour day celebrations. On 22nd October we celebrated Orange Day in school for Toddlers.

PURPLE DAY

Colours are the vital part of our life. Colour can sway thinking, change actions, and cause reactions. It can irritate or sooth your eyes, raise your blood pressure or suppress your appetite. When used in the right ways colour can save on energy consumption. As a powerful form of communication, colour is irreplaceable. Our tiny tots are rejuvenated by the vibrant colours around them so in our school curriculum we have included many colour day celebrations. On 6th November, we celebrated Purple Day in school for Toddlers.

TODDLER’S SPORTS DAY

Toddlers who are always young and energetic are ready to spread their vibrant energy. The sports started with a grand opening dance by the bumblebees. They matched perfectly to the tone of the song. Then the event was carried forward by many fun games, races, competitions for the toddlers. Prize distributions were done by our Hon'ble Chairperson.

CHRISTMAS  CELEBRATION

On 24th of December, our school celebrated both Christmas and New Year. To set a perfect example of secularism, we celebrate all the festivals in our school. The celebration had taken place in the school hall. The students had decorated the hall like a bride. There was the Christmas Tree decorated with lamps and toys and flowers in one corner of the hall. We had also decorated the stage with Merry Christmas. The Principal and the whole staff came. We welcomed them. First of all the Principal went to the stage and wished the students Merry Christmas. He also gave us wishes for the upcoming New Year. 

YELLOW  DAY

Colours are a vital part of our life. Colour can sway thinking, change actions, and cause reactions. It can irritate or soothe your eyes, raise your blood pressure or suppress your appetite. When used in the right ways colour can save on energy consumption. As a powerful form of communication, colour is irreplaceable. Our tiny tots are rejuvenated by the vibrant colours around them so in our school curriculum we have included many colour day celebrations. On 29th August we celebrated Green Day in school for Toddlers.