School Exhibition

‘7 DECADES OF INDEPENDENT INDIA’ exhibited at St. Soldier Mohali

Classes VIII-XII students of St Soldier School Mohali put up an exhibition on the ‘7 Decades of Indian Independence’ in a bid to create awareness on  India’s achievements in all the fields since independence and also on how during the past 70 years India has gone through several changes from political arena to social life and earned global recognition. Mrs. Ravinder Kaur (DEO Mohali) inaugurated the exhibition .
Rural and Urban Development’ depicted the myriad hues of various sectors of the country starting from the evolution of Indian States, Models of a Flyover, a Skyscraper, Metro & Malls amused the visitors. ‘Atithi Deva Bhavo’ covered exponential growth in india’s tourism industry where a special round of applause was given to the puppetry show , ‘Super Sports Scenario’ apart from giving information about Sports Stars like  Milkha S, Abhinav B, Sania Mirza  , P.V Sindhu  , Saina Nehwal , Sakshi Malik highlighted the school’s alumni who climbed the Mr.Everest recently.
Enlightening Education’ displayed the growth in the field of education over the years. ‘Banking & Industries’ accentuated the developments like the Launch of RBI ,LIC ,GreenRevolution, Demonitisation, GST etc, ‘Terrific Transport’ emblazoned the growth in the different  means of  transport,
Dynamic Defence’ displayed models of the latest war equipment like missiles , INS Vikramaditya ,  Apache etc. Its  main attraction was the future soldier created by the students that entailed future ground warfare and survival ability in diverse terrains. ‘Charismatic Cinema’ students not only put up the exhibits but also showcased their acting skills by impersonating their favourite bollywood stars. The students exhibiting ‘Exploring Space’ highlighted the importance of Science and Technology that will make the great space discoveries of the future possible and astronauts’ journeys to destinations farther into our solar system than ever before, including Mars. The biggest highlight of the exhibition was a replica of Amitabh’s KBC which was featured as ‘Kaun Banega Saupati’ wherein students and parents participated and answered questions related to 70 years of Independent India.
The traditional food stalls of different zones of India tickled the taste buds of every connoisseur. Overall it was a great learning experience. Chairman of the school S. Karnail Singh Brar appreciated the efforts of the students who took immense pride in exhibiting all what India has achieved over the years.

Children’s Day Celebration

Children’s Day celebrated at St. Soldier Mohali

The 128th  Birth Anniversary of our First Prime Minister, Late Pt. Jawahar
Lal Nehru was celebrated at St.Soldier’s Mohali with much fanfare. The Head
Boy for the day was Mr. Manish Parmar (Computer Teacher)and the Head Girl
was Ms. Nishtha Bedi ( PRT English) .The morning assembly  began with the
announcement of  Ulta-Pulta News by the Senior Secondary teachers and
Thought for the Day by Ms. Manseerat Kaur (PRT Eng) .Classes I and II
teachers mesmerized the children by showcasing their dancing and singing
skills and presented a parody comprising famous Bollywood songs of
children. The highlight of the day was the hilarious performance of
Headmistress Amrit Kalsi as a student with a fake stomach ache fooling his
teacher Ms. Prabhjot Kaur while Vice Principal Anjli Sharma played the role
of an over protected mother. Ms. Poonam Saini  performed the role of a
press reporter who accuses Principal Ms. V.Tiwana for not believing the
child and not providing any first aid to the suffering child who is caught
at last for pretending to get away with his Maths Test.

On the occasion of Children’s Day the school initiated ‘A Wall of Kindness’
to instill compassion in the young minds wherein students and teachers
generously donated clothes, woollens, toys and other household articles.
For the entertainment of the senior students “Kaun Banega Saupati” was also
arranged.

Principal Ms. Vinender Tiwana greeted the students and stressed upon the
need of being physically and mentally fit, being kind and patient to
parents and spending quality time with them whenever possible. Later the
children had class parties and enjoyed cookies arranged by the Management.
Toddlers- attired in their party dresses were welcomed by their respective
Class teachers and were later taken for a picnic to Chappar Chiri.

Director Mr. Karandeep Brar congratulated the children and applauded the
effort of teachers to enthrall their students.

Thought Provoking Assembly on Rally of Rivers.

A Thought Provoking Assembly at St.Soldier’s  Mohali

Class -II students of St. Soldier School Mohali under the guidance of Ms. Anuradha Beotra put up a special assembly on ‘Save Rivers’ and stressed its importance. The causes of the depletion of rivers and the ways to save them from depletion like growing of trees, controlling cutting of trees etc. were explained. ‘Rally of Rivers’-an initiative taken by Sadguru was also informed. The assembly ended with a song sung in praise of rivers.

Gurupurab Celebration

 Gurupurab was celebrated at St. Soldier Mohali

Guru Nanak Jayanti was celebrated at St. Soldier Mohali with great enthusiasm. In the morning assemblies the senior students of Class IX D and the junior students of Class II C under the guidance of their Class teachers Ms. Poonam Mehta and Ms Monika Singh enlightened the students about the birth, birthplace and teachings of Guru Nanak Dev ji ,who is the founder of Sikhism and the first guru of sikhs. They sang two beautiful Shabads in praise of the great Guru.

A sojourn at the Police Station

A sojourn at the Police Station

To get an insight and practical knowledge about the lesson of ‘Criminal Justice’ of India Class VIII students of St. Soldier School, Mohali visited Phase-8 Police Station. They saw various departments of the police station. They witnessed how an FIR is lodged. Daulat Singh Senior Munshi and Investigating Officer Bahadur Singh briefed the students about the role of the police. They also went to Saanjh Kendra where they were briefed about the apps, women helpline and other helpline numbers of the police. It was an informative trip which was conducted under the tutelage of the Social Science Department.

Wall of Kindness

Wall of Kindness

To instill compassion amongst the students the school has initiated a ‘ Wall of Kindness’ for underprivileged.

Donated clothes, woollens, shoes and other household articles are hung on the wall daily.

 

Halloween Day Celebration

Halloween Day Celebration

The students of Class II-B under the guidance of their class teacher Ms. Kiratleen Kaur performed an assembly on ‘The Halloween Day’ and enlightened one and all about the significance of the day. They were dressed as various characters such as ghosts, monsters, skeletons, vampires, witches etc. Students enjoyed playing ‘trick or treat’ among the audience.

Special Assemblies on Diwali

Special Assemblies on Diwali

Special assemblies on Diwali were conducted by the students of Class II-A and III-C under the guidance of their Class teachers  Ms. Daljit Kaur and Ms. Maninder Kaur respectively. In attractive costumes and using appropriate props Class II students enacted and narrated the story of ‘The Ramayan’ and also enlightened the students on how to celebrate safe Diwali and  warned them against the bad effects of crackers on the environment.

The students of Class III-C invited the Principal to light the lamp to begin the assembly. They melodiously sang the song ‘Diwali Aayee…” and apprised the audience about the spiritual significance of Diwali and why it is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains. They concluded the assembly with messages like “Shun Crackers”, “Celebrate Green Diwali”, “Celebrate Safe Diwali to get blessings not curse”. They also appealed to use earthern  lamps instead of electric lights and exchange plants instead of gifts with friends and relatives.

 

Counselling Session against Blue Whale Game

Students counselled against Blue Whale at St. Soldier Mohali

 

Amidst concern over the Blue Whale Challenge an online game that has gone viral and has even been blamed for a spate of  suicides globally including India, a two hour long counseling session was organized at St. Soldier School Mohali to sensitize the students about this dangerous game. The School Counsellor Ms. Anamika Singh motivated the students not to fall prey to this game. School will issues the guidelines to the parents as well to ensure that they spend quality time with their children and track the games they play online.

Gandhi Jayanti

                           148th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi celebrated at St. Soldier Mohali.

A week long celebration of Gandhi’s 148th Birth Anniversary was held at St. Soldier School Mohali.Paying tribute to the Father of our nation students celebrated Gandhi Jayanti in a special way. Toddlers coloured the pictures of Gandhi ji and heard about the sacrifice made by him from their teachers. The Music Teacher made them learn “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram” and “Pir Paraee” .’Best Dressed Gandhi’ competition was held in which the toddlers participated enthusiastically. Props like specs, stick, charkha etc. made the competition difficult to be judged. Senior School students under the guidance of their Art Teacher Ms.Amandeep Kaur & Ms. Manpreet Kaur put in atleast 6 hour hard work in making a 50 feet long and 30 feet broad portrait with the help of sand art. This activity in the school proved that the savior of our country is not only seen on the currency notes but also in the hearts of the young ones. Director Karandeep Singh Brar appreciated the efforts of the students in celebrating the birthday of the great freedom fighter in a different manner.