Students of Class VII of our participated with great zeal and enthusiasm in the Declamation Competition held recently. They delivered the speeches of Swami Vivekananda “Sisters and Brothers of America” and A.P.J. Abdul Kalam “Three Visions for India” .The criteria for judgment for the same were fluency, diction, memory and expression and all the participants impressed the audience with their wonderful presentation of the speeches. Athrava Sharma of VII B bagged the title of “Best Speaker”. Everybody appreciated the efforts of the participants in making the contest a great success.
Inter House Debate Competition
The Literary and Creative Skills Club at the Palace School hosted an Inter-house English Debate Competition.
The forum of discussion was- Should Cyber-bullying amongst students be punished by the schools.
Five teams of two contestants each, (representing different houses) participated in the debate (classes VI- IX).
The competition had three rounds- Presentation, Rebuttal and Judge’s questions wherein the students put an incredible show and amazed the audience and the 3 judges- Mrs. Nandini Singh, Mrs. Shalini Sachdeva and Mr. Sushant Kochar.
The rebuttal round was the highlight and the competition concluded with Mrs. Shalini Sachdeva and the Principal addressing the children on “cyber ethics” and being responsible users of the internet.
The results were declared by the Principal; and the contestants of the Maharja Sawai Jai Singh II House- Isha Kothari and Tanisha Gupta bagged the first position with their spontaneous answers.
The Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II House stood second with the youngest participant “Aditya Kothari”, who outshined the others and was also declared as the “Best Speaker” and Arihant Mittal who spoke for the motion.
The Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II House stood third with it’s participants Vaibhav Golani and Arsal Sheikh.
The title for the Best speaker was shared by Tanisha Gupta and Aditya Kothari.
It was a delightful and knowledgeable event that increased the students awareness on dealing with Cyber-Bullying.
The mood was upbeat and the spirits were high. Exuberance was in the air with the advent of the most auspicious day for every Indian. We were all smiles and enthusiasm could express the feeling of unity and patriotism. All this and much more happened on the account of Independence Day. Guests, teachers and students gathered all together to add zeal to the celebration. The Indian flag was hoisted by the Principal Madam followed by our National Anthem. The guest of Honor was our Founder Princess Diya Kumari Ji.
The morning was interspersed with several competitions, dance performances and dramas. Inter Class patriotic Song competition of class VI was held in which VI B earned first position. Class 8 competed in Inter class Instrumental Music competition in which VIII A procured first position. The winners were selected by experienced members of jury.
There were traditional and western dance performances. Class II performed a play exhibiting the patriotic sentiments of Indians. Class I participants dramatized our freedom fighters and roared their famous slogans to awaken the feeling of patriotism in us. Most absorbing performance was by the team who entertained the audiences with the Puppet show depicting Indian culture. All Participants and winners were complemented and congratulated recognizing their true spirits. The motivating speeches by Princess Diya Kumari Ji and Principal Madam provided the perfect finish to the enthralling celebration.
Modeled after the recitation competition which is held every year, students of class III and IV got yet another opportunity to recite the poetry during the morning hours on 23rd Aug and 30th Aug respectively. Each section of both classes did their rounds of poem recitation along with their class fellows before the panel of judges consisting of educators and audiences. Panelists used the scoring rubrics and assigned marks to the evaluation criteria. Evaluation was done on the basis of memory, presentation, expressions and pronunciation .There was a tie between the two highest scoring sections in class III.
Class 3 Results :
Class 4 Results :
Children enjoyed the beauty of expressions, feelings and rhyme which is the realm of poetry. The performances were applauded and appreciated by all.
Congratulations to all the winners !!
A double wicket cricket tournament was organized in our school under the aegis of Cricket Australia Program in which 32 students participated. The students played as a team of two and the winning pair was Saamir Baig and Arnav Jaipuria. They defeated the pair of Pawan Karamchandani and Deepak Longwani. The prize distribution was done by the eminent cricketer Mr Sumit Khatri (a part of IPL Rajasthan Royals team and also Ranji Trophy team)
The winners are as follows:
Winners : Saamir Baig and Arnav Jaipuria
Best Batsman: Saamir Baig
Best Bowler: Rishi Goyal
Best Fielder: Sparsh Agarwal
Congratulations to All !!!
The school had organized a day camp for the ‘Scouts and Guides’ of The Palace School on the 12th of May, 2014. There were 60 scouts and guides who participated in the camp from class 6th to 9th. The camp was inspected by Mrs Vandana Bagadiya (Joint State Secretary), Mr L R Sharma (CO Scouts), Mrs Gagan Deep Kaur(CO, Guides), Mr Jagdish Narayan (LA Secretary) and Mrs Urvashi Warman (Headquarter Commisioner Guide and Principal, The Palace School). There was a slogan writing competition which was held and the topic was ‘Save the Environment’ and the scouts and guides along with the eminent guests also planted some trees. The students also placed grains and water for the birds at various places in the school premises. The children prepared various dishes which were relished by the guests as well as the children themselves. The Chief Guest talked to the children and called the ‘Scouts and Guides’ of The Palace School the role model for other schools.
The motive of the camp was to save the environment, to make Jaipur a clean and green city to be kind towards birds and to make us self dependent.
Abhinav Jain (Troop Leader) & Rohit Sharma
Class IX B
The National Level Science Talent Search Examination 2014 again saw our bright and meritorious students bring laurels to the school.
The Class Toppers from their respective classes are as follows:
Krishna Mansinghka from Class 2 , Krish Garg and Dhruv Goyal from Class 3, Atiksh Gidwani from Class 4, Yatin Patni from Class 6 and Bhavya Sharma from Class 7.
Heartiest Congratulations to Siddharth Kothari for being the National Achiever. He secured ALL India Rank 39 !!
The students were felicitated and congratulated by Mrs Urvashi Warman, our Principal Madam and were presented the gold medals and merit certificates.
Siddharth Kothari and Sankalp Kothari of class 6 were also felicitated by Principal Madam for performing remarkably well in the various Olympiads held during the last couple of years !!!
Many Congratulations to all !!
We wish all our students a very bright and successful year ahead!!