International Yoga day was organized by the National Hill View Public School emphasizing on “ Sound mind in a sound body”. The students displayed various exercises beginning with suryanamaskar, breathing exercises and ended with pranayam. Our Principal Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran spoke about yoga being practiced since age old times tracing back to the rishis and sages. Yoga helps in developing positive thoughts and achieving perfection. The Principal, teachers and the students actively participated in the yoga exercises. Benefits of yoga were highlighted thereby encouraging the students to practice yoga for good health and well being.
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Theme: Beat Plastic Pollution
A special assembly to mark the World Environment day was conducted in the morning of June 5, 2018. Our Principal reinforced on the health hazards that we are facing due to the use of plastic and discouraged its use in our every day life. She emphasized on being conscious of our immediate environment that is our home and school, and to treat every day as Environment day.
In this connection, our students presented a skit highlighting the ill effects of plastic and its impact on our environment.
Later, our students participated in a rally raising slogans and placards with the message “
The slogan for our playgroup II children was “ ENVIRONMENT IS A GIFT TO US, SAVE AND SECURE IT.”
May 31, 2018- Std IV-IX || June 04, 2018- PGII, PG III || June 06, 2018- PGI, Std I, II, III
New transport details for 2018-2019
An educational trip was organized to Prani-the pet sanctuary located off Kanakapura Road for our children of playgroup 1. The children were excited to see the cows, calves, rabbits, donkeys, horses, goats, guinea pig, and various kinds of birds and were attentive to learn about the animals. They were delighted at the opportunity to touch and feel the animals. A day at the farm proved to be for our children a day of learning, a day of relaxation, a day of play, a day with friends and a day of memories.
Sports teaches you character-it teaches you to play by the rules. It teaches you to know what it feels like to win and lose-it teaches you about life
“ SportsFest” our annual sports day was held on January 27, 2018, on a clear sunny morning. Our Principal, Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran welcomed our parents and the chief guest Ms. Aisshwarya D.K.S., Trustee Secretary (Schools) to the sporting extravaganza. In her address, our Principal stressed on the importance of sports in a student’s life. She stated that a child should be encouraged to involve himself or herself in sports, art and culture beside academics to achieve overall development.
The school flag is a visual symbol used for identification, pride and respect for the ideals that the the school stands for. Ms. Aisshwarya and our Principal hoisted our school flag with our motto – Knowledge is power and our mission – to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield. Following their inspection, the three houses, Shraddha, Shramma, and Shreya formed a parade for the march past. The drumbeat, synchronized arms, and thudding feet inspired a sense of dignity and pride. Keeping in tradition, of lighting the Olympic Flame that represented endeavour for protection and struggle for victory, the school captain, Ms. Aditi S Dilip lit the cauldron to mark the start of the sports meet. She, along with the three house captains, Aryan S Raj of Shraddha, Kanyaka Prasad of Shramma, and Ankitha G of Shreya, and the students took the NHVPS-II School oath.
The second leg of the sports day began with the track events comprising of running race, three-legged race, potato race, skipping and slow cycling to name a few. A dazzling display of Karnataka’s folk dances like Dollu Kunitha, Kamsale, and Veeragase transformed the place into an astonishing colourful playground. A brilliant display of yoga poses and karate chops were the other jewels in the crown.
The beautiful day culminated successfully with the award ceremony with the Shreya house bagging the rolling trophy for art and culture, sports, and overall performance. Colourful balloons representing the three houses were released into the sky as the curtains came down on Sports Fest 2017-18. The enthralled parents took home to cherish the blissful moments of their children who participated in the exciting sojourn.
Our playgroup I children enacted nursery rhymes as they danced hand in hand to foot tapping music and dressed in colourful costumes bringing to life the characters of their rhymes like the fairies and the pirates in front of their appreciative and applauding parents who cheered their little ones’ first performance on the stage.
Rejoice in the glory of India and freedom fighters on this republic day.
As We March Out
In The Spirit Of Brotherhood And Nationhood,
Let Us Not Forget To Defend
The Colors Of Our Flag With All We Have.
We celebrated our 69th Republic day to commemorate and honour the day when the Constitution of India came into force( 26th January 1950) as the governing document of India.
The national flag was unfurled by our Principal, Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran. Addressing the children, our Principal she explained the importance of the Constitution and the rights it guarantees to the citizens of India. She implored the students to value our freedom that was earned from the sacrifice made by many people who laid down their lives freeing our country from years of British rule. On the occasion of the Republic day, a small skit was performed by our children. The programme ended with the rendering of the national anthem.
“Christmas is more than just presents, it’s love and harmony.”
The theme of the cultural programme of standard II “ Season of joy and hope” showcased Christmas festivities to an enthralled audience. Speaking on the occasion, our Principal, Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran highlighted the importance of imbibing values in our children and the need to be empathetic towards others citing the story of the puppy and a boy. She implored the audience to accept all cultures as we belong to a country that is known for its brotherhood, peace, and understanding.
Various competitions like Christmas tree decoration, cup cake and salad dressing, sandwich making and vegetable carving were also held as part of the celebrations.
The day ended on a high festive spirit as we came together and celebrated to welcome the dawn of another new year.
We congratulate MAYUKH D.B. of STD IVA for winning the finals of the under-10 Singles of the Ramesh Padukone-Mehul Sirur Memorial Badminton Tournament.
He along with ADITYA V SETTY also of Std IV A won the finals of the under-10 Doubles in the same tournament.
These achievements have been possible due to their sheer hard work, self-discipline, persistence, ably supported by the institution. The key to success has been their optimism and ability to be open to challenges.
We are proud of you Mayukh and Aditya!!!!!