Teachers’ Day Celebration

The Palace School celebrated teacher’s day to honour the irreplaceable role that teachers play in shaping a student’s life.

The traditional welcome tikka , roses and beautiful hand-made cards adorned the teachers look further for the day. A vibrant cultural program comprising of songs, dances and a short play was put up by the students. The senior students came dressed as teachers and took care of the junior classes. They took over the responsibility from their teachers to respect and honour them on their special day.


Our Principal, Mrs Urvashi Warman, thanked the students for their wonderful efforts and the teachers for being so dedicated towards their profession.

A short dance session of students and teachers together made the day even more memorable for everyone alike.

Thereafter the teachers went for a day out at the Jaigarh Fort where they played various games, danced to the tunes of Rajasthani folk music , relished a sumptuous lunch and enjoyed the locales with full enthusiasm.

Each and everyone felt special and rejuvenated after the day’s celebration and thanked the school management for organising such a wonderful day for the teachers.



Dear Parents,


There will be no PTM for Classes VI to VIII on 6th of July, 2013(Saturday).
The new date will be communicated as and when it is decided upon.

However the school will get over at 12 noon for all the students.


Accolades in NSTSE 2013

In the NSTSE 2013  which was held on the 27th of Jan., four students from our school won gold medals and merit certificates for their achievement in the exam.

They are :

Siddharth Kothari of class 5 for being the School Topper.

Atiksh Gidwani from class 4  for being the Class Topper.

Arsal Sheikh from class 7 for being the Class Topper.

Varun Singh for being the Class Topper.


Heartiest Congratulations to the winners and best wishes for future success.



Level I-Welcome Aboard !!!

Oh what a beautiful sight it was on the 01st of April, 2013 at The Palace School corridors. The corridor was filled with tiny toddlers in colourful vibrant dresses,(some were also in proper school uniform) towing along with their beloved parents. Little did the tiny tots realize that they will be parting with their whole souls ,albeit only for a few hours. :) It was their first day in The Palace School.











Well we have to salute to those who did it with grace and poise and also to some who did cry and pout at first , but then were very brave.












Among the brave and hearty were also the ones who just didn’t want to let go off their mummas and papas. It was a Herculean task for the teachers to take care of such cry babies, but with persevering love and care, they did manage to bring a smile on everyone’s faces.

A week has gone by and the transformation has been remarkable. The same apprehensive lot of toddlers are full of confidence and seem to own the place when they walk around and play in their classrooms or the play area.











It is a delight for the teachers and for the parents alike when they receive happily shrieking babies in their arms at the end of each working day.

Our best wishes to our precious lot !!


Class I Parents Day

tender care

Love, patience, grace and charm,

Protecting us from every harm.

Our parents’ smile,

Inspires us to go mile after mile.

Such is their essence,

That fills our lives with fragrance,

Never fading, never receding

Always brimming, ever fulfilling.

Guiding us in our lives,

Helping us to strive,

To make every dream come true,

O! dear parents, we love you !!

–Pooja Garg 

(A parent)

Our little stars of class I celebrated Parents Day on the 20th and 21st of Feb. The function was a celebration of the most beautiful bond in life, that of a child with his parents.

The function was an eclectic mix of shimmer, glamour, talent and tradition.

A traditional welcome with prayer and ‘shloka’, followed by welcome speeches commenced the day’s program. A vibrant Rajasthani folk dance saw the boys and girls swaying to the tunes of the famous desert song.

The deft fingers of the talented class I boys worked audible magic on the casio and mesmerized everyone present in the audience.

A short skit portrayed the daily grinding routine of the parents who nevertheless always put up a smiling face for their children.

A heart warming song and a one of its kind shadow dance left the audience with moist eyes as the lyrics coupled with the pure and innocent gestures of the children brought out the depth of every interaction between the children and their parents.

The parents couldn’t thank the school and its staff enough for the good values imbibed in their children by the diligent teachers. The program concluded with a Thank you note and a special address by our Principal Mrs. Urvashi Warman who also thanked each parent for being an inspirational influence in their child’s life .

English Handwriting Competition

English Handwriting Competition was held on 5th of Feb. for classes I, II and III.

Three students from each class were given certificates for excellence in English Handwriting.

Class I

Aanandita Sharma  I D

Mansi Saraf             I A

Palaksh Goyal          I B

Class II

Aryan Somani        II B

Krish Garg            II B

Preeyanshi Tuli     II C

Class III

Harsh Vardhan Gupta   III C

Om Jain                        III D

Saumya Agarwal            III B

Congratulations to all !!