Sister Nivedita School has always endeavored to equip the children with knowledge of various cultures and traditions. The school always works in this regard to enable the children to gain importance of various festivals.
Varalakshmi vratham is celebrated to commemorate goddess Laxmi who grants boons to everyone. The primary wing of Sister Nivedita School celebrated the day with joy and enthusiasm to invoke the bleesings of goddees Lakshmi.
Addressing the students, The Vice principal of the school, Mrs. Anuradha Pramod remarked that though the technology is advancing at a high pace, one should never forgot the traditional values transmitted to us from our parents.
Raksha bandhan is one of the most endearing ways to celebrate the bond between brother and sisters.
The students of the Primary Wing of Sister Nivedita School celebrated the day with sheer enthusiasm. The students tied rakhi and were explained about the sacred bond between a brother and sister. The childern were made aware as how rakhi symbolizes the Sister love and prayers for the well being and his lifelong how to protect her.
No celebrations are complete without moving a step or two in joy and in tune. The students lifted up the spirit of happiness with a beautiful group dance.
Celebrating Raksha Bandhan gave the students a chance to familiarize with the customs and rituals of our culture.
The greatest gift of life is friendship. True friendship multiples in life. A good friend is a boon for us. Friendship day is the perfect occasion to let friends know how much they are needed and loved.
Students of the primary wing, Sister Nivedita school celebrated the day with joy and enthusiasm by singing a melodious song .
The children were made aware of the value of friendship.
Teachers Day was celebrated by the Primary Wing, Sister Nivedita School with great zeal and enthusiasm. The programme started by paying tribute to the great visionary Dr. Sarvepalli Radha Krishnan.
As a part of celebrations the children greeted the teachers with handmade flower bouquets prepared by them to show their love and affection. The Children presented a soul touching cultural dance followed by a group dance and a melodious song.
A funny skit enacted by the students was enjoyed by the fellow students and the teachers. Addressing the gathering, the Director of the school Mr. Hari Prasad emphasized on the role of present day teachers, who bring up the children with utmost love and care for the cause of education.
He also remarked that mother is the first teacher, father the second and guru the third, who shape up the Childs personality and groom them for future citizens.
The students of the Primary Wing, Sister Nivedita School celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi in a unique way. As a part of celebrations a special programme was organized in the school. An Eco-friendly Ganesh was made by the students with the help of art and craft teachers. A skit based on the life of Ganesha was enacted very beautifully by the students. The students performed Ganesh pooja, followed by a melodious devotional song and a dance. The whole atmosphere was charged with festivity. The students were explained about the significance of the festival and emphasized on eco-friendly ways of celebrating the festival. The programme concluded with an aarti recital and chants of Ganapati Bappa Morya!
Nature teaches the kids to think creatively, explore, imagine and rely on their senses, it was a fun filled day for the students at The Primary wing, Sister Nivedita School. A recreational park was set up in the school premises to cultivate a sense of self improvement. The children had a positive learning environment through play. The park was an educational resource guide for each and every child. Children enjoyed and relished their lunch in the park.
A small effort adds up to protect the world from global warming and make the world pollution free. Students of the Primary Wing, Sister Nivedita School enthusiastically participated in the Haritha Haram programme as initiated by the Telangana state government. The main objective behind it is to create awareness among the students to work towards ecological balance and environmental protection. A plantation drive was held in the school premises. The principal of the school, Mrs Jayanthi Venkataraman and vice principals planted the plants along with the students and ruled out the common misconception that we need land to grow plants. As most herbs and vegetables need the depth of only upto one foot to grow, the young ones sowed the seeds like spinach, methi, green chilies etc in the used bottles and trays. The students conveyed the message to the society that healthy herbs and vegetables can be grown at home without chemicals Around 1000(thousand) saplings were planted in and around the school premises. Throughout the week the children were made aware about how to plant and nuture the plants. The event aimed at bringing the empathy among the young minds towards the plants and inculcate the socio economic responsibility among them.
Festivals are the period of the celebration and are an important part of our culture. Bonalu, the annual festival of Telangana was celebrated at the primary wing, Sister Nivedita School. Children dressed up in traditional attire carried the bonam and performed a traditional dance with pomp and gaiety. The festival is considered as a thanks giving ritual to the goddess Yellamma for fulfilling the vows of the devotees.
The International Yoga Day was celebrated on 21st June, 2017 by the students of Primary Wing, Sister Nivedita School. Different Yoga postures were demonstrated by the students to enhance physical and mental development. Parents and teachers took part in the Yoga demonstrations. The programme was aimed to inspire the young minds to incorporate yoga in their daily routine for social well being.
Doctor’s Day in India is celebrated to honor the legendary doctor, The second Chief Minister of West Bengal, The Bharat Ratna awardee, Dr.Bidan Chandra Roy. To pay tribute to the unsung heroes who strive day in and day out without paying heed to the time of the day, students of Primary Wing, Sister Nivedita wished their family doctors. The Children were made aware of inculcating the need of eating nutritious food for staying fit and healthy.