Kids Hot Spot

Pearson launches books for children, by the children

NEW DELHI: Ujwal Singh, Vice President - Products & Innovation, Pearson India, along with renowned author Vineet Aggarwal unveiled the book. He spoke about the importance of nurturing children’s imagination and innate creativity and encourage them to think critically.

Punjab starts pre-primary classes in government schools

SAS NAGAR (MOHALI): The Punjab Government today startedpre-primary classes throughout the 12500 Government Primary Schools for children in 3-6 year age group today with fanfare augurs well for the future of the State as well as the nation."

Khalsa Schools of Amritsar Celebrate Children Day

AMRITSAR: All the five schools under the Khalsa College Governing Council today celebrated `Children Day’ at their respective campuses with enthusiasm. The children presented colourful shows and resorted to fun and frolics apart from seminars and talks on the life of India’s first Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru whose birth anniversary is celebrated as Childern Day.

Punjab Government to start pre-nursery classes from Mohali on Tuesday

CHANDIGARH: The project envisioned by the Punjab Government for cementing the infrastructure and foundation of primary education in the state and beginning pre-primary classes would turn into reality on 14th November when the Education Minister Mrs. Aruna Chaudhary would formally kickstart these at the Government Primary School, Phase-7 at Mohali. The day would also see the commencement of pre-primary classes throughout 12500 primary schools of the state and the initiative is named ‘Khed Mahal’.

Jalandhar DC orders schools to open at 10 AM due to smog

JALANDHAR: In view of the cover of smog engulfing the region, the Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar  Varinder Kumar Sharma has ordered that all the government, government aided and private schools in the district would commence study at 10 am in the morning.

Innocent Heartland of Innocent Hearts School outshines in Sahodya Science and Math Quiz Competition

The students Bhavya and Saksham of class X of Innocent Hearts School, Green Model Town brought laurels to the school by achieving third prize in Inter School Sahodya Independent Schools Science and Math Quiz Competition organized at DIPS (School) Nurmahal where participants from 40 schools participated in the competition.

Ashmah International School Organised storytelling and recitation competition

Ashmah International School organized a storytelling and poem recitation competition at its School premises. The main aim of the Competition was to encourage the little kids to come forward and build up self-confidence by telling story and recitation on a stage in front of the audience.

Woodlands House School organised Craft and Project Exhibition

Woodlands House School sector -8, Panchkula organised a Craft and Project Exhibition on Saturday, 28th October 2017. Every class displayed it’s art and craft, paintings and different projects.

YPS team attends literary fest

PATIALA: Students of the Yadindra Public School including Khushalam, Navraj, Navreet, Hargun and Kshirja and one teacher Sukhpal Singh attended Khushwant  Singh  Literary  Festival at Kasauli. It was a great experience to interact with Rajdeep Sardesai, Nidhi Razdan, Vikram Seth, the great Indian author, and many other dignitaries, said Sukhpal Singh here today.

Dussehra Celebration at Woodlands House School

Dussehra was celebrated in Woodlands House School, Panchkula on 27th September 2017. Children of K.G had put up an epic depicting story of Ramayana. Everyone was dressed up in traditional dresses and especially enjoyed to see the effigy of Ravana put on fire. The atmosphere of festivity.

Jasleen Kaur and Anamika of Sri Guru harkrirshan Public School, Patiala won third prize

A Drawing Competition was held at Vani integrated school located at Urban Estate Phase-2, Patiala. In this competition students of 7th class Anamika and 9th class Jasleen kaur of Sri Guru Harkrishan Public School, SST Nagar, Patiala got third prize with their tremendous talent and potential.

Ashmah International School organised Two Day Sports Day

MOHALI: Ashmah International School organised sports Day at its campus. Students took part in the competitive sporting activities with the aim to win the prizes and to have fun while participating in them. The sports events kicked off with various events lined up with various races like frog race, Duck walk, elephant race, back race& horizon, Zumba, A walk in the cloud, & Razzle Dazzle activities for both boys and girls. Young Students also participated whole heartedly yogic practices. Suray Namaskar and many asanas were performed by the students which showed how agility and flexibility is retained by doing such yogic asanas.

The Holy Wonder Smart School celebrated Teachers Day

MOHALI: The Holy Wonder Smart School celebrated teachers with great zeal at campus. The students put up a wonderful program for the teachers to show their love and respect. Stage show was put up by the students which began with a warm welcomed of the teachers ,followed a welcome song, remix song .Later, students gave speeches and sang songs and recited rhymes dedicated to their teachers. After this, students played some mind games (puzzle games) with the teacher and awarded them titles. Every teacher was honoured with titles to please their personality.

Teachers day celebrated with Zeal, enthusiasm

BATALA: Teachers day was celebrated with full zeal and enthusiasm in Gems Cambridge International School here today. Mr. Rajinder Singh Sangha, chairman was the chief guest and Mrs. Manjit Sangha presided over while Principal Imtazul Hussain was the special guest of the function. The function was started with giving tributes to Dr. Savrpalli Radhakrishnan . The day had an emotional and recreation touch. The students did all the preparation with complete energy and excitement as they presented songs, poems, short Act and declamation on the life of Dr. Radhakrishnan.

CT Public school launches project-I am also Malala

JALANDHAR: CT Group upholds the importance of education of girls and rightly believes in the slogan “Stand up for Malala –Stand up for the girls’’. In order to pay tribute to Malala Yousafzai, an astonishingly brave 15 year old girl who survived an assassination attempt for her determined efforts to defend girls’ education in Pakistan, after the Taliban outlawed schools for girls in her native Swat Valley.

Students of Ashmah International School Thanked brothers for wearing helmets at Traffic Signals on Raksha Bandhan

Students of Ashmah International Scgool celebrated Raksha Bandhan  at its campus. Children were familiarized with the customs and rituals of the festival. Students represented various regions and communities of India adorning traditional costumes.

Science, Art & Craft Exhibition at Sri Guru Harkrishan public School, Patiala

 Science, Art & Craft exhibition was organized at Sri Guru Harkrishan public school, S. S. T. Nagar, patiala on saturday. In the exhibition the students presented a variety of innovative models which were appreciated by one and all. 

Ashmah International School dipped in the Monsoon festival Teej with fervour

MOHALI: Ashmah International School, Sector 70 celebrated Monsoon Festival Teej to promote rich cultural heritage of north with great fervour and enthusiasm. The school was decorated with flowers, balloons, ribbons and posters. The corridors were decorated with various works of art by students.

Cheerful Teej Celebrations at The Holy Wonder Smart School

Punjab News Express
MOHALI: The Holy Wonder Smart School celebrated teej at its campus with great fervor. The whole block was decorated to present an authentic Punjabi cultural look. The tiny tots from junior classes were dressed in traditional attire complete with jatti style ornaments and accessories, to celebrate the occasion. The function included dance performances and energetic giddha .

Budding singers display their talent at The Holy Wonder Smart School

Punjab News Express
MOHALI: Music Competition was held The Holy Wonder Smart School for promote singing and motivate students to take interest in it. The classes were divided into two groups. Group A was of senior classes whereas Group B was of junior classes. The students participated in the competition with great enthusiasm. It was a treat to the ears to hear the melodious voice of the talented budding singers.