Competitions Galore

Fighting spirit, zeal to win and exuberance to be the champion..all this and more.. The students exhibit the grit of a warrior when it comes to winning for their class. Oh what effort and focus suddenly comes to the forefront which otherwise stays hidden. A completely brand new personality is unwrapped for the world to see.

Our students gave us a glimpse of their ambitious traits when they participated and emerged graceful winners in the various competitions held over the month.

Spellathon winners are as follows:

English Spell whiz: Arsal Sheikh from class V A

Hindi Spell whiz: Aayushi Gupta from class VI A

English Handwriting Competition winners are as follows:

Position                        Name                     Class

Class I:

I                                   Kopal Jain                      I A

II                                 Akshat Khanwani           I D

III                               Vasu Khandelwal            I C

Class II:

I                                   Harsh Vardhan Gupta        II C

II                                 Umang Bhatia                      II B

III                               Akshat Manihar                 II A

Class III:

I                                    Kavya Poddar                    III A

II                                 Noshi Agarwal                  III B

III                               Vanisha Vaid                     III C

Hindi Debate Competition :

Our prodigies spoke like skilled orators and mesmerized everyone with their level of confidence. The topics were:

Class V: “Padhai mein Sazaa Uchit Ya Anuchit ”

Class VI :”Pariksha Parinaam mein Grading Prakriya Uchit Ya Anuchit”

Every debater was out there to get the audience convinced with their point of view and win brownie points. The debate was an eye opener to the fact that the children have a deep insight into the areas that affect their school life directly and they have a strong hold on their opinions. They spoke with aplomb and won accolades so well deserved by each one of them.

The results are as follows:

Class V: Class Winner: Class V A ; Isha Kothari and Tanisha Gupta

Best Debater: Kaustubhi Gupta ( V B)

Class VI: Class Winner: Class VI A ;Yashashvi Nathawat and Prithvi Ramrakhani

Best Debater: Harsh Jain (VI B)

Heartiest Congratulations to all !!

Children’s Day and Sports Day

Yippppeeee!!! It was that special day of the year when no matter whatever one does or say can never express enough the beauty, the purity, the magic and the charisma of God’s most amazing creation and His very own manifestation…the children. Imagine a world without children, a world with all grown- ups and there would be nothing called the world. The world exists, revolves and emerges through children and their aura.

The Palace School takes extreme pride in the fact that the lovely bond shared between the teachers and the children forms the basis of a sound education system leading to a holistic development of each and every child of the school.

What better day to express this love for the children than Children’s Day!!

A special assembly conducted and presented by the teachers on this day filled our children’s hearts with unparalleled joy as they saw their mentors in an unimaginable avatar.  The teachers donned the hats of singers, actors and dancers all for the love of the children.

Singing the lovely ‘Aa le ke chalu tujhe aise gagan ke tale’ , enacting out classroom scenes with the same innocence and energy as the children and finally putting on the dancing shoes for the rocking Dhunki song and vivacious Senorita song, the teachers had  colourful performances ready for the children to relish.

And for sure they did as was evident in the innocent laughter and beautiful smiles of all the children.

Once the visual treat was over, the children geared up for the Sports Day to put their best ‘athletic’ foot forward and win accolades for their respective houses.

Her Highness Rajmata Padmini Deviji, Princess Diya Kumariji and Maharaj Narendra Singh Ji graced the occasion with their benign presence. Princess Gayatri Devi of Palitana was a special guest for the occasion. Their mere presence was an inspiration to our children who gave their best in all the sporting events, be it flat races, hurdle race, off to school race, sack race, three legged race or the wheel barrow race.

The teachers’ race and the helping staff’s race was the highlight for the children as they saw their elders in a ‘never seen before’ fashion.

All the events were thoroughly enjoyed and cheered on by the housemates of the athletes who ran towards the finishing line with utmost grit and determination to make their respective house the Champion.

The Peace house bagged the Champion’s trophy with the Courage house being the Runners- Up. Heartiest congratulations to all !!

We wish every day of our students to be as joyful and as cheerful !!

Id Ul Zuha and Guru Nanak Jayanti Celebration

In keeping with the secular ethos of the school, the students of The Palace School celebrated and rejoiced in the spirit of the festivals Id Ul Zuha and GuruNanak Jayanti.

Special assembly was conducted on the 5th & 9th of November respectively to mark the occasion and bring home the relevance of the festivals to our young generation.

The students depicted the sacred reason for celebrating Id Ul Zuha also known as the Festival of Sacrifice.

The well presented enactment certainly enlightened the students about the solemnity of the festival.

Guru Nanak Jayanti which marks the birth anniversary of the first Sikh Guru was celebrated with equal élan in the school premises when the students depicted the religious ceremony observed in the Gurudwara on this day and also sang the Shabad Gurbani.

Serenity and calmness floated in the air with the beautiful humming of the bhajans and it paved the way for a very fruitful and productive day for all.

We forever seek God’s blessings for The Palace School fraternity and hope to be on the right and blessed path as chosen by Him.