Thespians 2023

Thespians 2023

“Drama Fiesta”

“An art concerned almost exclusively with live performances in which the action is precisely planned to create a coherent and significant sense of drama.”

On the event of Republic Day the theatre arts committee organized a Drama Fiesta which is an Inter-House drama competition between the two houses of our school – The Conqueror and The Conservationist. This event evoked the creativity of our students from Kindergarten to Grade 8.

Kindergarten 1 children performed a character play of the story – “Three Little Pigs”

Kindergarten 2 children performed a character play of the story – “Jack and the Beanstalk”

Grade 1 to 3 students executed a dramatic play on “Patriotism”.

Grade 4 and Grade 5 students of the Conqueror team performed a dramatic play on “Future Nation” and the Conservationist team executed a dramatic play on “Good Leader”, which was great awareness for the future generations.

Grade 6 and Grade 8 students of the Conqueror team accomplished a dramatic play on “Democracy” and the Conservationist team carried out a dramatic play on “Benefits of People Rule”, which created a platform for the students to understand the importance of Democratic Governance of India.

The stupendous performance of our students was evaluated by the English Teachers – Mrs. Lavanya and Mrs. Malarvizhi of Sri Vagisvari Vidya Mandir Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Pollachi.

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Republic Day 2023

“Freedom in mind, Faith in words, Pride in our heart, Memories in our soul

Let’s salute the Nation on Republic Day”

On the auspicious morning of 26th January 2023, the Yuvavriksha Club of our school celebrated Republic day in the school premises. The day was celebrated in our school with great éclat. It was a great pride for all of us. Teachers and the students took part in this great occasion of celebrating 74th Republic Day.

The chief guest of the day Thiru. P Karthikeyan esteemed the occasion and unfurled the National flag. A parade by students of Conqueror and Conservationist house members from Grade 1 to Grade 8. The choir embarrassed the occasion with the Tamilthai Vazhthu and National Anthem.

A speech on Republic day was delivered by our students Dharshit of Grade 8 and Ashanthika of Grade 5 in English and Tamil respectively.

In fact, it was a day of rejoicing and merry making. May we continue celebrating this day forever!

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Children’s Day

Every child is a different kind of flower, and all together, they make this world a beautiful garden

The event started with a speech on Children’s Day by Sowmithra of Grade 5 and it was followed by the Value based Speech by Dharshit of Grade 8 on Perseverance.

Kindergarten 1 & 2 children recited the rhymes “1, 2 Buckle My Shoes” and “Roll Over Backward Counting”.

Grade 1 students recited the Rhymes “Five Little Monkeys” and “Sand”.

Students from Grade 4 & 5 performed a Puppet Show on “Perseverance”.

Students from Grade 6 & 8 performed Mime on “Awareness on Mobile Addiction” which is the most required for today’s generation.

The celebration concluded with a cake cutting by the SPL and ASPL along with the Kindergarten children

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International Literacy Day

The event commenced with stirring speeches from personalities such as Sudha Murthy, Martin Luther King Jr., Swami Vivekananda, John F. Kennedy, Rabindranath Tagore and Stephen Hawking. The inspiring words were spoken by Grade 6 & 8 students dressed in their respective characters’ costumes.

Kindergarten kids had a blast when they recited poems and showcased their acting skills in a skit.

Grade 1 students memorized and recited a rhyme.

Grade 2 students were asked to tell stories and they did a great job! Each student weaved their own unique stories that was full of creativity and fun. It was evident that the students thoroughly enjoyed this activity!

Third-grade students put on a delightful musical-dance performance.

Grade 4 students put on the enchanting play Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to captivate the audience.

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Teachers Day

Teachers can have a tremendous impact on their students if they possess the passion to make a difference and the knowledge to provide meaningful guidance.

As a gesture of appreciation, the students organized numerous games for their teachers, including a treasure hunt, cup-pyramid building, balance walking and lemon-spoon relay.

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Janmashtami

Janmashtami is celebrated as a symbol of the end of darkness and rooting out of the evil forces

A splendid and colourful performance by the students. Dressed in ethnic wear as Radha and Krishna, they participated in Bhajans, chantings, and prayers.

Students enjoyed participating in various cultural activities like paintings, drawings, pot decoration, flute making, and garlanding of flowers.

They also participated in games like Uriyadi, treasure hunt and more

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Independence Day

Cultural heritage is the legacy of physical artifacts and intangible attributes of a group or society that are inherited from past generations, maintained in the present and bestowed for the benefit of future generations. It is important for students to be taught their cultural heritage because, through a proper understanding, a student will be able to connect with and appreciate cultural heritage and will be able to apply it in their own lives

After the flag hoisting, there was a parade by the students of Grades 4 – 8. Students formed a pyramid structure demonstrating the unity of our country. Fancy dress competitions for children of Grades 1 to 4 were conducted who came dressed in the ethnic wear of various states of India. Skit performances were done by students Grades 6 & 8 based on the value of the month – Honesty and on the heritage sites of India

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SPL and ASPL Elections

Election at school is a unique learning experience for young children to get an opportunity to represent their peers and voice out opinions to be heard

Student election was conducted for selecting the School Pupil Leader and the Assistant School Pupil Leader giving them a unique opportunity to represent their peers and bring about the changes they would like to see in the school. Contesting a student election and bearing offices at the school level is a lasting learning experience for students

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Visit to a Book fair

An opportunity in motivating the children to read by offering them a wide collection of books to choose from so that they can look for the genres they are interested in, which will help to instil a love of reading that lasts a lifetime.

Students attended the Coimbatore Book Festival on the 29th of July to explore the wide range of books at the fair. From there, they were taken to Lock the Box – Book Chor which took place at R.S. Puram Rajasthani Sangh where they collected boxes of books as per their interests

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Yoga Day

Yoga embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between men and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being.

Children of grade 8 participated in a Mass Yoga demonstration along with a thousand other students from in and around Coimbatore held at Nehru Stadium in Coimbatore.

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