"We celebrated World Environment Day by performing a skit which was followed by planting saplings by the Principal, Teachers and Students. Through this, we passed on the message to our children about the importance of preserving our Eco system
"Yellow day" was held for PG 1 level on July 18, 2014. It was celebrated on the first floor corridor which was decorated with yellow boats, balloons, baskets with yellow flowers, etc., and both teachers and children dressed in yellow.
"Blue day" was held for PG 1 level on July 25, 2014. It was celebrated with the classrooms decorated with blue balloons, umbrellas, Japanese fans, etc. Both teachers and children were dressed in blue to mark the day.
The topic for the display board was "My City-Bangalore." This was in view of creating awareness about our city. The competition was held in an atmosphere of teamwork, fun and enthusiasm. Shraddha and Shreya houses emerged as winners.
PG II and PGIII went on a trip to Lalbagh Botanical Gardens to witness the flower show on the occasion of Independence day. The children were overwhelmed to see the flower-decked Mysore palace and the Dasara procession consisting of the elephants, horses, and soldiers all made of flowers.
A rich tribute was paid to our motherland, India and its freedom fighters through the skits enacted by the three houses as a part of Independence Day celebration. Set in the background of our pre-independence era, the skit depicted significant events that brought freedom to our country.
The tricolor, our National flag, was unfurled by the Principal, Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran to mark the beginning of our Independence Day. The march past by the three houses was the significant event of the day.
The teachers of our pre-primary section erected a beautifully decorated pandal to mark the birth of Lord Krishna followed by an arati and puja where all the children and teachers participated. The children were dressed traditionally on this occasion.
As part of the lesson "Plant life," the children of PGII and PG III had participated in "sowing activity" in which fenugreek seeds were sowed and the growth of which was measured on a weekly basis. The plants were finally used to make methi parathas which the children enjoyed thoroughly.
The festival of Lord Ganesha was ushered in with a puja performed in a marvelously decorated pandal. This was followed by a skit where both the teachers and the students enthusiastically took part which was very unique and professional depicting the life of Lord Ganesha.
Our children were educated about good touch and bad touch through a power-point presentation involving slides and pictures for better understanding. Our Principal, Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran spoke to our children and taught them about appropriate safe touch.
Children's day was celebrated with enthusiasm, gaiety and fervor to the delight and joy of our children. Our Principal, Mrs.Shobhana Prabhakaran while addressing the children highlighted the need to follow safety rules as each life is precious and on them being previleged children.
Grameen Camp, a novel project developed by Ms. Kavita Lankesh, renowned filmmaker, with the idea of letting children enjoy a farm/village experience, was the destination for a one-day outing for our children from Std I to Std V on November 21, 2014.
On November 28, 2014, between 12 p.m - 12.30 p.m, the scholastic one nation pledge apart from books from library were read by students from PG I to Std. V, which strengthened our school mission of the year which is to inculcate reading in our children.
The festival of Christmas was ushered in with carols, dance and nativity. The festival was also celebrated through beautifully decorated classrooms and display boards. PGIA and PGIIIA in the pre-primary section and Std IB in the primary section emerged as winners in the inter-class décor competition.
We, at NHVPS BSK, believe that sports is equally important as academics for the overall development of a child’s personality. Our maiden sports day was held on January 24, 2015, with great fervor and enthusiasm.
Fairy tales depicted through a plethora of dances and teletubbies representing various seasons along with Mother Earth were brought alive by our Playgroup children at the Global Academy of Technology auditorium on February 22 and 28, 2015 respectively.
On March 18, 2015, our playgroup children visited Kala Farm located at RR Nagar. The excited children enjoyed trekking through the lush green farm and delighted by the animals at the farm, namely the geese, ducks, rabbits, doves and turkey.
National Hill View Public School at its very advent in June 2001 set itself on a vantage point on the academic map of Bangalore with the esteemed visionary educationist Dr.K.P.Gopalakrishna as its guiding force.
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