Fun Yoga and meditation conducted for primary classes which is not only for adults, it can give children very important life skills that can help them succeed in the world. Yoga helps them in strengthening their growing bodies and help them to improve flexibility which can reduce their chance of injury. It also teaches them discipline and reduces impulsivity. It was indeed a fun filled activity that was enjoyed every bit by our future nation builders.
The pandemic's most important lesson has thought us to let nature heal itself and not to take it for granted.
To nurture the creativity of students and to help them understand and create awareness about the pandemic a drawing competition was conducted for classes 8 to 10th on 12th April,' 2022. Students actively participated which allowed them to portray their innovative ideas, well expressed through art. The theme of the competition was Awareness of covid- 19.
Baisakhi and Easter celebration (LKG to 2nd std)
Baisakhi was celebrated with favour and Gaiety in Assumption Convent School. To mark this occasion children of classes LKG to 2nd std decked up in beautiful attires and performed folk dances with great vigour.
On the same day to teach them the importance of Easter which according to Christians , is celebrated to remember the resurrection of Jesus Christ, our blooming buds participated in different oratory acts.
On Saturday 27/07/2019 Debate Competition was conducted for the class 9th Students. The Topic of the Debate was “SMART PHONES ARE DANGEROUS FOR THE TEENAGERS”. It aimed to enhance the speaking and listening skills of the students.
Gargiv chhabra a student of class 9th Rose was selected best speaker and khurneet and amayra from class 9th zinnia and lotus were selected as best Rebutter.
Punjab’s most popular festival “Teej” was celebrated in our school on 27/07 for classes N/s to U.K.G. Teej is a festival for daughters & Sisters. On this day students came in colourful dresses according to Punjabi culture. Special swings were decorated for children. Music, dance and eatables gave wings to this celebration. Best “Gabru” and mutiyaar were selected according to their Performance and dresses.
Character Comes alive
“Character Comes alive” Which Motivates the students to overcome their stage fear and develops their confidence. Through this competition Historical Characters also come alive by small kids.
Debate Competition- "Co-education in the School"
On 27th April 2019 Debate Competition was organised for classes IX & X. It was organised in the First and Second Period on the stage. Four House took part in this Competition and the topic of Debate is Co-education in the School.
School Conducted inter house wise Rangoli Competition for IX class on the topic- Unity in Diversity. Although India is a country of different religions, languages and culture but it share a common brotherhood. Student of our fill the same colours of oneness in their rangoli. Every house justified the topic in a unique way.
1st Position Gandhi House (Red)
||Mr. Surinder Pal
||Mr. Harjeet Saharan
||Mr. Prem Kumar
1st Position Tagore House (Yellow)
||Mr. Kuldeep Singh Sidhu
||Mr. Gajinder Choudhary
||Mr. Rajat Munjal
2nd Position Nehru House (Blue)
||Mr. Anil Babbar
||Mr. Gurbachan Singh
||Bininder Kaur Aneja
||Mr. Surinder Singh
3rd Position Subhash House (Green)
||Mr. Deepak Narang
||Mr. Bhupinder Singh Brar
||Navreet Singh Sidhu
||Mr. Sukhjinder Singh
Debate Competition- "Homework Should be banned"
Debate was conducted for class IX by the teachers Mr. Gurmeet Singh and Mrs. Jasleen Vij. Students raised both the sides of the topic that is for and against . Few said Homework causes stress, pressure and steals away time to relax but other said it improve the academic spills. Children learn the value of time management and stay organized.
On 6th August Speech Competition was held in School for Classes First and Second on Topic Independence day Students activity participated in it and they Really Enjoyed Learning about Independence day on the whole it remained Successful.
|| CLASS SECTION
||MR. PUNEET ARORA
||MR. PARUL GUPTA
||MR. KULJIT SINGH
||MR. SANJEEV DHINGRA