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Pre - Primary Activities
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Earth Day 24.04.2019
Earth Day was celebrated on 23rd April, 2019 at PPS Sec-6 in the school premises. The purpose was to create awareness about our Mother Earth. The tiny tots enjoyed doing hand printing activity. Teachers explained to the children, ‘How to keep the environment clean’. The children held each other’s hand, made a chain to represent that they will save Earth.
Mother’s Day 10.05.2019
All love begins and end here. If there is a person on Earth who loves and cares for us, she is our ‘Dear Mother’.
Mother’s Day was celebrated on 10th of May 2019 at Pratap Public School, Sector-6 to show love, respect and gratitude towards mother.
All the children of pre-primary classes made a card for their mother by doing finger printing. Their excitement was captured by clicking beautiful snaps. It was a beautiful thanks giving day.
Mango Day 20.07.19
Mango day was celebrated on 18th July 2019 in Pratap Public School, Sec.6. displayed various varieties of mangoes and explained it to the tiny tots the benefits of having mangoes. A corner was decorated with the variety of mangoes on a huge tree. Various product made from mangoes were also displayed.
The children enjoyed coloring the activity sheet. The primary children also enjoyed mango party. Overall it was a memorable day for them.
Van Mahotsav 24.07.2019
Van Mahotsav was celebrated on 24th July at Pratap Public School Sec.6. The aim to celebrate this festival was to bring awareness about the importance of trees in our lives. The teacher highlighted the need of planting trees, so that it prevents global warming.
The pre-Primary Children were given worksheets to colour and seed balls were given to the children to sow it around their homes.
Janmashtami was celebrated with great enthusiasm. The Primary and Pre-primary students presented a beautiful show. The students of UKG A and B performed dances and bhajan to celebrate Lord Krishna’s Birthday. The children enjoyed Krishan Leela and the whole environment was filled with Krishana aura.
Teacher's Day Celebration
Teacher’s Day is a tribute to teachers for their dedicated work in the field of education. A special morning assembly was conducted by IV C and IV D classes to pay their solemn gratitude towards their teachers. The students presented a soulful cultural programme to make the day more momentous for their teachers. Teachers were honoured with a special card.