Yoga Day

      "Yoga is that journey which takes you to your real self, to your soul, through your own self."

      Since it's inception in the year 2015, June 21st is celebrated as the International day of yoga all over the world. This idea was proposed by our Prime minister, Mr. Narendra Modi.
       "Yoga is an invaluable gift of India's ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment."
       International Yoga -Day was celebrated by teachers and students at Anjuman-I-islam Abdul Azim Khatkhatay English Primary School with great enthusiasm. Students of grade 3&4 demonstrated various asanas followed by our P.T sir Shrinivas. Warm-up exercises were taken and all the students performed sitting and standing asanas, importance of these were explained simultaneously by Mubashira Miss. She encouraged students to practice regular yoga to remain fit and improve concentration.

Our students promised to practice at least one asan every day

Welcome School

We had the pleasure of welcoming our students to the first day on 17th June 2019. All the teachers were happy to meet their new students. A week before prior instructions were given to the teachers. As per the standard wise, teacher decorated her classroom to welcome their children.

A notice board and blackboards were decorated by each teacher. An inspirational slogan and quotes were written on the notice board to motivate the child. To make a day cheerful, various games were played in the classroom to create interest among the students. The teacher explained the classroom rules, expectations and procedures were discussed in their respective classroom and an idea of what the rest of the year would be like. A day was ended by distributing chocolates in the classroom.

Assembly in the remembrance of our beloved soldier

On 1 July we hosted an assembly in the remembrance of our beloved soldier Abdul Hamid. He was born on 1 July 1933 he was an Indian army who posthumously received India’s highest military decoration the Param Vir Chakra, for his actions during the Indo-Pak of 1966. We, teachers, we’re proud to introduce our brave soldier to the students. They were excited to know about him. The assembly was containing two speech in English and Marathi which was given by Iram Miss and Pooja Miss.

Our students were very inspired by Abdul Hamid and his work.

Assembly in the remembrance of our beloved soldier