JUNIOR SCHOOL ECHOING WITH STUNNING MOMENTS.
InterHouse Doha & Shloka Competition
Doha & Shloka Chanting competition was an admiring participation of students. It was a supreme art of the students to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.
Inter House Debate Competition
Debate has been an enriching oratory skill to express the concrete ideas in their unique style.
The competition zeal created an ambience and the students communication in their own way with this own way.
JUNIOR COUNCIL FOUNDATION DAY
A Bridge to stride Ahead and Reach beyond
The auspicious morning of the July 8, 2017 witnessed the Grand Junior Council Foundation Day in the premises of Vidyasagar School. The capable and deserving students of class IV and V were conferred with various position of the Student Council. The occasion was graced by the Principal Dr. D.C. Sharma Sir and Headmistress Mrs. Mamta Panwar. The Principal exhorted the council members for team work and asked them to be socially productive citizens. The Headmistress congratulated and administered the oath to the new council bearers. A vote of thanks was proposed in the end followed by the National Anthem.
Inter house English Poem recitation competition
Poetry stimulates emotions and organizes emotions.
Competition is a sharp edged sword. It enhances participation spirit, motivates to embrace challenges and gives lot of learning outcomes for the personal growth. Students of grade I and II echoed the assembly in their melodious voice by reciting poetries on various themes. Participants of all four houses gave phenonominal performance .The use of their distinct style of delivering was surely a path of self discovery.
Art & Craft Club / Eco & Science Club
Learning is not just the product of teaching. It is the product of the activity of learners.
Junior School Talent Hunt Show<>br> With the outset of our new session 2017-18. Its an immense pleasure to keep the passports of the new little wonders of junior school ready for hitting the creative world. To hone their intrinsic abilities, the SUPW department nurtured and helped the children to do the best for their participation in ‘Talent Hunt’.