Winner CBSE Cluster XVIII Volleyball
To make sure that the students become all rounders by garnerning leadership qualities, team management, co-ordination and the spirit of healthy competition, CBSE organises yearly Inter –School Competitions for all clusters. Likewise from Sept 7 to Sept 9, CBSE conducted Table Tennis Cluster XVIII at St. Joseph School, Sector-44, Chandigarh. In the team event, this year too the paddlers of St. Soldier Mohali, registered a spectacular win and pocketed the trophy in U-17 Boys after beating the team of Durga Das Public School by 3-0. The proud team consisted of Harman Saini, Jaskanwal Singh, Jaskeerat Singh and Abhinam. In U-14 Girls, Kirti and Tanisha clinched the third position.
In the Individual Event, riding on the momentum, Harman Saini towered over Ishaan from Learning Path School by 3-0 for securing the first place where as Kirti was declared as the second Runner up in U-14 Girls.
source site Students Enthrall Mentors at St. Soldier, Mohali
A teacher is indeed influential in moulding the destiny of a child . To express their deep devotion and reverence towards their teachers, the students of St. Soldier School ,Mohali presented a colourful array of performances , celebrating Teachers’ Day.
Mentors were greeted warmly as they entered , with greeting cards made by students . The classes were taken over by ‘Student-Teachers’ who managed them effectively. The celebration commenced with the morning assembly by the students of Class I-A under the guidance of their teacher Ms Ravneet Kaur. They showcased the importance of teachers in their lives through a thought provoking performance. This was followed by Western dance, songs and a skits by the Senior . A stupendous PowerPoint presentation by Ex head girl Ms. Chahat Kalsi was a befitting tribute to all the mentors who brought out the best in her. Fun games for the teachers and a vibrant Bhangra regaled everyone.
Principal Ms.Anjli Sharma and Headmistress Ms Amrit Kalsi appreciated the effort of students for organizing and presenting the whole show for their mentors.
On this occasion teachers were awarded with various awards.
Teacher of the year Awards were received by :
Ms. Rajwinder Kaur—— Pre-Primary Section
Ms. Namta Kanwar ——– Primary Section
Ms. Chaity Biswas ——– Secondary Section
Ms Alka Malhotra – Sr Sec Section
Ms Savita Arya and Ms Ravita Chaudhary for Excellent Board Result
Ms Aarti Teji for Overall Contribution to the School
Ms Shilpa Bindlish and Ms Poonam Saini for being the Best House Wardens
Ms. Jasmeet Kaur , Ms.J.P Kaur and Ms. Simerjit Kaur were awarded for being the Most Regular Teachers.
Recognition Award – Ms. Seema Sharma, Ms J.P Kaur and Mr. Manish Kumar
Versatile Teacher – Ms. Monika Singh
Award for being and Meticulous and Systemic – Ms.Neetu Suri & Ms.Harpreet Bhullar
The Most Innovative Teacher – Ms.Ravneet Kaur
Lions Club Mohali also felicitated the following staff members for their Meritorious services:
Ms.Anjli Sharma (Principal)
Ms. Archana Walia
Later , teachers were treated to a sumptuous meal organized by the management of the school at Indus Valley Resort Zirakpur.
Tree Plantation Drive
As a part of Silver Jubilee Celebration Tree Plantation Drive was organized by the students of St. Soldier School, Mohali in collaboration with St. Soldier Interact Club Mohali. Over 50 saplings were planted in the areas adjoining Chapparchidi. Emphasizing the need to protect and conserve the environment. Principal, Ms Anjli Sharma planted the first sapling. She made all the students take a pledge not only to plant trees but also nurture them. Last year too, the students of Interact Club planted around 30 saplings in the surrounding areas of Chunni.
One can see the success of last year’s plantation drive inside St. Soldier Smart School Campus with the plants having grown sizably tall.
binäre optionen iq Raksha Bandhan was celebrated at St. Soldier Mohali
Students of St. Soldier School, Mohali celebrated Raksha Bandhan with great enthusiasm while Pre Nurseries and Nurseries coloured Rakhis, the Nurseries and KGs decorated them and carried them home happily. Class II B students under the guidance of their Class teacher Ms. Monika Singh put up the morning assembly. The importance of this festival was emphasised. ‘Phoolon kaa taaron kaa sabkaa kehnaa hai ‘ was enacted. Just as the sisters have trust in their brothers, through a skit they potrayed trust in the School’s Principal who protects them in school from any kind of danger.
In the end Rakhis were tied on each others’ wrists and a few of them even tied them on the wrist of the Principal Ms. Anjli Sharma who congratulated the students and applauded them for the activity and later narrated the story of Humayun and Rani Karmavati. Sweets were distributed to all.
In the Senior Assembly too students of Class III B under the guidance of Ms. Poonam Saini put up an activity showcasing the love and trust of a brother and sister. Sisters are no longer weak so now both of them are equally responsible for each others protection. Their activity ended with a rendition of a melodious song.
Independence Day celebrated at St.Soldier Mohali
St Soldier Mohali enthusiastically celebrated the 72nd Independence Day. Everyone present was full of patriotic fervor. Each face glowed with the shimmer of a proud and free Indian. The whole ambience of the school echoed with the slogans of ‘Jai Hind’.
Principal Anjli Sharma hoisted the Tricolour and received the Guard of Honour as the young N.C.C. cadets marched past. Students of Classes II and IV under the guidance of Ms Anuradha and Ms Neetu Suri conducted special assemblies to enlighten the present generation about the significance of sacrifices made by the freedom fighters for the independence of our motherland. It was a thought provoking assembly as the participants kept asking whether after 70 years ‘Are we free from corruption, poverty, greed, drug abuse, fear, terrorism etc ?’
An Inter House Mime competition invited a loud applause from the mesmerized audience .
To create awareness among the young ones a special Power Point Presentation on on the song ‘ Aey Mere Vatan Ke Logo’ was showcased.
The programme was presided over by Chairman S. Karnail Singh Brar who congratulated on this occasion and applauded the young patriots of the school.
Principal Anjli Sharma was overwhelmed with the feelings of nationalism and appreciated the efforts put in and enthusiasm shown by the students to make this day a memorable and vibrant one. She conducted an exciting short quiz brainstorming young minds with the various questions pertaining to the history of Indian Independence.
MONSOON MASTI AT ST. SOLDIER’S, MOHALI
In its endeavour to develop multiple intellegence, St. Soldier, Mohali
organized a Monsoon Masti week for the Pre-Primary Section of the
school wherein the little ones were engaged in a number of activities
related to their current theme ‘Monsoon’.
The downpour of activities began with the ‘Monsoon Feast’. The
toddlers brought monsoon delicacies like pakoras, kheer, puras,
gulgulas in their tiffins and came to school dressed in blue. Toddlers of Nursery Daffodils under the guidance of their teacher Ms.Narinder Kaur held the morning assembly and apprised thestudents what the colour “Blue’ stood for,various blue items showed and corelated it with a meaningful song. On the second day, Nursery and
K.G. students made paper boats for their ‘Puddle Play’.
It was followed by Recitation Competition by Class I & II
students on the theme ‘Rain’. The week concluded with the ‘Fancy Dress
Competition’ in which the tiny tots catwalked, dressed up as fruits,vegetables, animals , insects and clouds found in the rainy season.The highlight of the Competition was the child dressed as a ‘Drop of Water’.
A sudden spell of rain took everyone by surprise. Teachers promptly
arranged a rain dance and the enthusiastic children donned their
monsoon paraphernalia like swimsuits and opened their umbrellas, wore their raincoats and danced to the tunes of popular rain songs.
Principal Ms. Anjli Sharma and Headmistress Ms. Amrit Kalsi
appreciated the efforts of the teachers and parents for encouraging
their children to participate in the ‘Monsoon Masti’.
Self Defence Seminar held at St. Soldier Mohali
Self defence especially for women is of utmost importance in today’s world with the spate in the number of attacks being perpetrated on this vulnerable gender. In a country where women are easy targets of molestation , acid attacks, eve-teasing etc. self defence for women has become a necessity more than ever . Equipping the women with self defence is the need of the hour. Realising the gravity of the present scenario, a Self Defence Seminar was conducted by Women Power Society in which its President and the resource person Ms. Monika Arora enlightened the girl students from Classes V to X regarding the significance of self defence. The master trainer Jaswant Singh gave practical demonstration of various techniques and skills of self defence to the fairer sex. Small but vital tactics of how to overcome a sudden physical assault by miscreants were taught to the girl students. In all it was an enriching experience for all who were the part of this informative seminar.