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Christmas was celebrated in our school with great enthusiasm on 23rd December. The tiny tots of Pre School, Pre Primary, Classes I & II presented a small programme. The highlight of the celebrations was the singing of carols by the students dressed as fairies, elves and Santa in and around the school.
The children of Pre School, Pre Primary and Classes I & II made take away items like Santa Claus, Christmas tree and other decoration material from waste material like ice cream sticks and stockings. The stockings were filled by the class teachers with toffees and chocolates for the children to carry home.
On 22nd November 2016, the school hosted “Les Muses d’ Hambourg” (a Dance & Music group) from Germany under the Delhi International Arts Festival. Their performance was witnessed by our students who really enjoyed and appreciated the song and dance show.
A delegate of 30 Education Officers from Sri Lanka visited our school on 15th December 2016 under NEUPA’s “Capacity Building Programme on Strategic Planning, Financing and Quality Development of Education”. The team got a glimpse of classroom teaching, facilities for sports, the various activities being held in the school and also visited the science labs, science park, the libraries, the IT labs and the activity block. They held knowledge sharing interaction with the teachers and students.
Laxman Public School invoked the feelings of patriotism by organising SMRITI SEEP – Laxman Memorial Interschool Competition 2016
Students from 23 prestigious schools of Delhi enthusiastically participated in English Poetry Recitation, Hindi Poetry Recitation, Sanskrit Shlok Recitation, On the Spot Painting Competition, Quark – Science Quiz and Innovatrix – Mathematical Model Making Competition.
The participants recited a variety of poems written by poets like Gurudev Rabindra Nath Tagore, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Henry Louis Vivian Derozio, Robert Browing, Thomas Campbell, William Cowper, Subhadra Kumari Chauhan, Makhan Lal Chaturvedi, Ram Dhari Singh Dinkar and Gopal Prasad Vyas.
Enthusiastic students were at their creative best as they expressed their feelings as true Indian patriots through colours. Their paintings showcased how the aura of patriotism illuminates our country: our home.
Aspiring minds exhibited their scientific, creative and innovative skills at Innovatrix. Participant’s efforts and dedication could be witnessed through various models based on different concepts of mathematical principles studied at secondary level.
The judges were impressed by the student’s fluency and diction in the language and appreciated the various skills exhibited.
The Chief Guest Mr D K Bhawsar, Deputy Chief Education Advisor, Dept of School Education and Literacy, Ministry of HRD, blessed the students and felicitated the winners. He also highlighted the role of teacher as facilitator.
The HoS congratulated all the participants, their Principals and teachers. She advocated that competition is an effective motivation and important for the overall development to meet the challenges of life.
The overall trophy was bagged by The Air Force School, Lodhi Road.
on 16th November, 2016 District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) South under the stewardship of the Office of the District Magistrate conducted a ‘Nukkad Natak’ (street play) in the school premises. The topic was ‘Disaster Management’.
Through their enactment they generated awareness about earthquakes and fire. The team demonstrated the use of basic first aid and informed the students about emergency phone numbers. The do’s and don’ts in the event of earthquake or fire were illustrated.
They interacted with the students and explained the causes of disaster and told them about the measures to be taken to save lives. Through the play performance they emphasised the need of basic first aid and the told about the mandatory requirements of a first aid box.
The students learnt that disasters whether natural or man-made can strike at any time. The need of the hour was to be adequately prepared. All the assembled people understood that preparedness is the main way of reducing the impact of disasters.