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Cooking Corner Activity

Cooking with kids is always full of fun  and it encourages children to make healthier food choices. They imagine the food they have cooked in appetizing scenarios, which tends to encourage them to try eating that food in real life as well. The children of LKG and UKG had cooking corner activity on 9th September,  2019. The children made nests with boiled potatoes, bhujia and makhana. They enjoyed making the nest by making balls of mashed potatoes and then covering them with namkeen bhujia and then placing one makhana at the top as egg. 

    NUKKAD NAATAK FOR 'CLEAN INDIA'

    As a part of community outreach programme of the school and the SEWA Project, the students of class IX of New Era Public School, Dwarka exhibited their concern for a Clean India through a Nukkad Naatak (Street Play) in and around the vicinity of Pochanpur village in Dwarka.

    On 4th of September these youngsters set out with zeal and enthusiasm and took upon themselves to spread awareness regarding a green and clean India. With the beating of drums , the students attracted the residents of the village. In no time a huge crowd had gathered to witness the play and the students through their charismatic act spread the awareness regarding cleanliness, importance of planting trees and as to how water can be conserved. They also gave tips on how kitchen waste should be segregated into green and blue dustbins.

    The students were able to win the hearts of the audience with their performance. Relevant banners and placards were also used by the participants to get across to the crowd. The performance of the students was appreciated by one and all present. The students appealed that every citizen should join hands and contribute towards a cleaner and greener India.

      TEACHER’S DAY CELEBRATION

      “A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination and instil the love of learning…!!!”
      New Era Public School celebrated Teacher’s day with great gusto and gaiety through a special assembly. The student council had taken up the responsibility of the whole scintillating cultural show to denote their love, respect, acknowledgement and recognition of the hard work put in by the teachers towards their development. The cultural show incorporated poems, songs and dance. The programme began with the rendition of Gayatri Mantra by the choir followed by a beautiful poem recital by a student of class X. What set an euphoric atmosphere was the foot tapping dance number by the students of class XI. It left everyone swaying to the musical tune of the dance number.

       The students also presented creative self made cards with apt titles for the teachers. They  indicated that teachers play a vital role in making their pupil accountable citizens of tomorrow and wonderful human beings. They are the cornerstone of students’ future and there’s nothing worth enough to gratify them for their selfless service and commitment. All teachers enjoyed and appreciated the program..

      Addressing the teachers on the occasion, Director Mr.Rohit Chopra extolled the role of teachers in a student’s life. Quoting the famous Saint Kabir’s doha, “Guru Govind dou khade, kaake lagu paye......”, he said that teachers are placed on a higher pedestal than God and that teachers show the way to seek God. He appreciated the cultural programme and also lauded the entire staff for their exemplary contribution to the school’s phenomenal success and wished them a Happy Teacher’s Day!

      Wishing the teachers of the occasion, Principal Ms Kanwal Kohli appreciated the sincerest efforts of the teachers in playing a catalytic role in the holistic development of every student and that without students, teachers would not have the privilege to call themselves as teachers. She also extended her gratitude towards the members of the Student Council for taking pains to put up a wonderful programme .

      The programme concluded with the bestowal of badges of honour on the Students of the Month from class I to XII

        A tree plantation drive was conducted in school premises on 2nd September 2019 by the NGO - Swechha. Students of class VIII  participated with great enthusiasm. Students were introduced to the concept of urban forest. Students planted 50 plants with great zeal in the school ground and converted a barren land into an urban forest. 

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