“Lets fill our homes with prayers and light
Not with fumes and Crackers.”
Air Pollution is one of the most harmful effect of bursting crackers.Air pollution goes up by 50%during Diwali in India.This atmosphere cause harmful effect to one’s overall health.
So,government decided to celebrate Eco friendly Diwali.Thats why we organised this programme in our school.This was a great opportunty to imbibe the value of Eco-Friendly Diwali.Children got the chance to know the importance of Eco Friendly Diwali.
One of our teachers Mrs.Munira spoke about few important point about Eco-Friendly Diwali.The following points are as under.
- Crack it thoughtfully
- Go earthy
- Green Gifts
- Upcycled decor can look pretty too
- Biodegradable rangoli
- Festive teats from nature’s basket
- Do’s & Dont’s for a safe Diwali
After the explanation of seven points.All students 1st to 4th took the oath & they were promised us they will playing an Eco Friendly Diwali.
CHRISTMAS PARTY ON RED DAY
Nature itself has many colors, which makes the world look beautiful. With this objective, the Pre Primary section of Anjuman .A.A.K vashi celebrated “Red Day”. On 22 December-17 for the students of pre-primary. The color theme for pre-primary section was red. Every where children was dressed up in red. The tiny tots looked stunning because all were in red attire. We also decided to celebrated the Christmas party for children on same day .One of our teacher Mrs Shagufta dressed in santa claus attire, We decorated a big Christmas tree, with the shiny star, the silver bell, the red and white candy, colour ball, the candle and the Santa . We had a wonderful memorable Christmas Eve by enjoying the time together. The enjoyment still continued in the class where the kids with the help of their teachers made the christmas cap out of the red chart paper sheet using cotton ball on the top. They all displayed on the table. ’Children were very happy to see Santa Claus in their class .All enjoyed the day by singing a jingle bell song.
It was a fun-filled day for the students of Anjuman .I.Islam School as they celebrated ‘Blue Day’ on 14November on children day.
Blue Colour which is a symbol of life, was explained to the little ones in a play- way manner. The young ones shared their toys and belongings with each other in a highly spirited and friendly atmosphere The items were set on the table and decorated with descriptive balloons. Students also participated in games and other interesting theme-based activities
All of us along with the children celebrate blue day& enjoyed the day as blue bash and had a lots a fun.
Handwriting competition was held in school on 18.7.17 from 1st to 4th standards. This programme was initiated to enhance the writing skill of the students.
Good handwriting leaves the favourable impression on the reader’s mind to inculcate this among the students. Students were asked to write an extract from their textbook in legible and beautiful handwriting .
All the students participated enthusiastically.
On 7th July 2017 our school organised Tree Plantation programme.Prior notice were given to children to bring saplings.Children brought various types of fruits and flowers sapling.The programme was held in the garden area of the school .students participated in the activity .students planted many saplings of fruits and flowers.After the activity the garden area was looking so beautiful and bright and the message to Plant more trees.
If you cut a tree,you kill a life.
if you save a tree,you save a life.
if you plant a tree,you plant a life.
The International Yoga Day was celebrated on 21st June 2017 to bring peace,harmony,happiness,in the world.This was a great opportunity to imbibe the value of discipline.Children got the chance to know how yoga embodies unity of mind and body.
The students of Anjuman Islam’s A.A.K Englis Primary school with teachers performed yoga between 1 to 2 pm.Different postures like Vrikshasana,Uttanaasana and finally ended with Pranayama and meditation.Yoga was effevtively taken by our physical education teacher.Mr.Shrinivas and some of the co-teachers.
Heartfelt thanks to our prime minister Mr.Narendra modi for giving an opportunity for schools to celebrate the international yoga day .