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DEEPAVALI- THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS lightened up National Hill View Public School, Banashankari. On this auspicious occasion, the students participated in drawing and colouring, making and decorating diyas thereby bringing out their creativity.
The 63rd Rajyotsava day was celebrated in our school with patriotic fervor with teachers dressed in the Karnataka flag-themed colours . Our Principal, Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran while addressing the students highlighted the richness of the Kannada language and the importance of speaking the language. Our children showcased a skit “sana sana sangathigalindha kannadavanna hege belisabahudhu” and also potrayed famous personalities and the Sahitya Akademi awardees of our State. The group songs in Kannada only and dance performances by our children formed part of the celebrations.
The festival that signifies the triumph of good over evil, Dussehra, is one of the most noteworthy Indian festivals. Dussehra was celebrated in a distinctive manner in our school with toys and dolls popularly known as Gombe Habba with active participation from both the teachers and students.
We ushered in the festival of Lord Ganesha with a puja performed in a marvelously decorated pandal. At a special assembly, the children were enlightened on the story of Ganesha and the significance of the festival. Our primary children participated in an eco-friendly Ganesha idol making competition, and joyously took their model home.
As part of a science activity and in an effort to help the children view space and explore the Universe, ” Mystery Domes-A mini planetarium” was arranged in school for the students of Playgroup III and Standard I on September 10, 2018 where the children had a state of the art 3D experience of the stars and planets in an inflatable dome. “
We celebrated our cultural day with unprecedented fanfare on September 7, 2018, at the Global College of Technology auditorium. Performed by our students from standard 6 to 9, the theme was “ Retro-” which walked the viewers from the current times to the past.
The programme began with a fusion classical dance invoking the blessings of Lord Ganesha. Our Principal, Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran while welcoming our parents and guests, stated the involvement of each and every individual in this programme was like a festival leading to a collaborative learning experience that makes education more participative, meaningful, and inclusive.She implored parents to spend quality time with the children and build a good relationship with them.
The main highlight of the programme was the live performance by our children who sang all the songs mesmerizing the audience. The programme was a bouquet of beautiful group dances inspired by our diverse culture, movies, and languages.
The trustee secretary Ms. Aisshwarya DKS who presided over the function appreciated and congratulated the efforts of the students and teachers.