June 18, 2019



Education in the arts is an integral part of the development of each human

being. Those who have studied learning processes throughout the ages, beginning with Plato, have emphasized the importance of the arts in the education process. Arts education refers to education in the disciplines of music, dance, theatre, and visual arts. Study in the arts is integral to our society. 

Art is important because it encompasses all the developmental domains in child development. Art lends itself to physical development and the enhancement of fine and gross motor skills. For instance, when kids work with play dough, they fine-tune their muscle control in their fingers.

Fine Arts Club[KOUSHALYA] of our school conducted Art CCA from 8th July to 12th July in our school. Our children participated in various activities ranging from Drawing and Colouring, Finger painting with texture, Creative clay work, Creative pencil shading, Craftwork using newspapers, Quill art, Jute work, Waste to well, File/Folder making to Still life painting.

Working in the arts helps learners to develop creative problem-solving skills. … Art instruction helps children with the development of motor skills, language skills, social skills, decision-making, risk-taking, and inventiveness. Our children eagerly take part in all activities to demonstrate that they are excellent at fine art.

Art programs have the potential to help improve a student’s memory and concentration skills, develop decision-making and critical thinking skills, enhance communication and listening skills, but also encourage focus and discipline. … An arts education can also help a student to improve self-esteem and social skills.Art, in any form, can give people emotions that can lift up their spirit and make them more driven than ever. … And this is the mere reason why art is important in our daily lives. With the art that we are surrounded by, whether it’s a painting, music or even videos can have a huge impact on our mood and emotions.


Science is a systematic study of the structure and behaviour of the physical, social and natural world through observation and experimentation.

Education in today’s scenario aims at the holistic development of children. In the fast moving and the technical world, students are no more interested in cramming facts. Young children are very curious. For fostering scientific learning in early childhood, active hands on science are very important.

Learning and interpreting science is the only way to attain a practical and logical answer. It also helps to develop certain cognitive skills like critical thinking and decision making ability.

Our school science club ‘Earth Saviour’ provides a platform for the children, to exhibit their talent. Various activities were planned class wise for the month of June.

The 1 st standard students actively participated in clay modelling activity ‘Know your Body’.

The students of 2 nd , 3 rd and 4 th standard showcased their talent in drawing and colouring activity.

The topic for 2 nd standard was ‘Festival time’.

A tree of life was created by the 3 rd standard students.

It was nice watching 4 th standard kids create an ‘Aqua life’.

The 5 th standard students participated in ‘Poster Making’. The theme was ‘Save Environment’.

The 6 th standard students prepared herbarium. Different samples of plants were collected, dried and preserved.

The 7 th standard students actively participated in ‘Know your scientist’.

The 8 th standard students participated in a written quiz based on science.

The 9 th standard students participated in a working model contest. The young scientists actively took part in it.

The 10th standard students depicted a role play on ‘Digestive system in human beings’ Participating in various activities boosts the confidence of the students and develops their confidence, interest and curiosity even further.




Hindi Day was celebrated on 14th September 2018in the Assembly Hall from 1.30 to 3 pm. The auditorium was decorated with charts on Hindi poetry, write ups, collage work and Quotes.

The programme began with an invocation song ‘Raghupati Raghava’. After invoking the blessings of God, the chief guest Mrs. Gowri Nataraja, the Principal of JSS was invited to grace the occasion.

The chief guest addressed the students and teachers. She advised the students on their duties and responsibilities. Also she highlighted the importance of our national language, Hindi.

Students of class X threw light on the day’s significance followed by a melodious Hindi song.

Students of class V sang a devotional Bhajan “UÉkÉÉ iÉåUÉ zrÉÉqÉ SåZÉÉ ’’.

Poetry recitation by a student of class IX was an added attraction of the day. “ÌWûlSÏ xuÉUÍcÉiÉ MüÌuÉiÉÉ”

Students of class X depicted the present scenario of politics in the form of a play named “qÉiÉSÉlÉ”

It was quite entertaining and an eye opener.

Fun and humour was also a part of this wonderful programme.

Students of class I and class X performed a colourful dance to the tunes of patriotic songs which was well appreciated.

The programme ended with a formal vote of thanks proposed by a class IX student.

Swamiji jayanthi held on september 5th 2018.



[22-12-18] [2018-19]

The Indian mathematical genius Srinivasa Ramanujan was born on 22 December 1887 . It was in recognition of his contribution to Mathematics, the Government of India declared to celebrate his birthday as the National Mathematics Day.

Maths day was celebrated in our school with great enthusiasm on 22nd December 2018.The programme began with a welcome note by Yashas welcoming the Principal, staff and students. The students of class 9 invoked goddess Sarswathi with a melodious song. Manoj of class 10th highlighted significance of the day followed by a beautiful maths song depicting various concepts of mathematics such as trigonometery, algebra….and how the present generation view the difficulties in tackling problems. Some of the junior class students decorated the stage and dressed up as great mathameticians of all times, thus highlighting their contributions to our world. Prajwal kashyap of primary section also spoke about some interesting facts about Maths.

Students of senior classes performed a thoughtful dance. The Principal Gowri Nataraja Madam appreciated the efforts of the participants and encouraged them to take part in all sort of activities conducted in days to come.