School Events at Samastipur

Navratri Celebration - 2021

"Days are blissful, mornings are more colorful nowadays. Nature seems to have put on a new look as Maa Durga is all set to bless us all once again."

At the holy occasion of Navratri, the school's atmosphere was filled with the spirit of mirth and love by the cheering activities done by the students, wherein they were supposed to perform discrete activities like dandiya stick decoration, greeting card making, paragraph writing, painting etc.

The students' excitement seemed no bound while they were completing their activities.

2nd Open House for Grade I to X - 2021

'Be spectacularly great at what you do. Wear your passion on your sleeve and hold your heart in the palm of your hand. And work hard. Really hard."

The 2nd Open House has successfully completed today.
It was held through offline mode where class teachers of Grades. I to X have discussed the performance of the Half yearly Exam. Students along with their parents have cleared their queries.
It was the grandiose moment when the parents appreciated the efforts of the teachers for their tireless efforts towards teaching-learning and making the learning methodology feasible to the students.

Gandhi Jayanti Celebration - 2021

"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."

Gandhi Jayanti is an event celebrated in India to mark the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. It is celebrated annually on 2 October, and it is one of the three national holidays of India.

To pay him reverence, it was celebrated by students and the teachers at School, with zeal. To imbibe the true meaning of the day and follow glorious trails of the noble soul towards evolving a peaceful and prosperous world, a special interactive e-session was also organised by the teachers.

Gandhian ideals were depicted through the activities which the students presented in an eloquent manner. The students of the school paid special tributes to the Father of the Nation through their inspiring write-ups like essays, stories & sketches etc.

Hindi Diwas Celebration - 2021

Language and culture of any country plays an important role in making people-to connect with the other people and helps in making a strong nation. Hindi is a language of love, togetherness and brotherhood. HINDI DIWAS is celebrated on 14 September with great pride and vigor as Hindi was adopted as the official language of our nation, India on September 14, 1949. To pay tribute and to mark the importance of the country's most widely spoken language, We celebrated Hindi Diwas in the second week of September 2021. Activities enhance students' understanding, skill or effectiveness in a specific area by engaging multiple styles of learning. Keeping the same thought in mind and to inculcate love for Hindi language in our kids, different activities were held in different classes. The little learners were encouraged to showcase their talents through slogan writing, paper bag making, making greetings card, paragraph writing, poem writing, essay & painting.

Teacher's Day Celebration - 2021

"The deepest craving of human nature is the need to be appreciated.” - William James. A teacher is like a candle who burns to spread light and we feel proud of its Podarites who kept the flame of wisdom glowing remarkably. To mark the honour of the day, Teacher's Day was celebrated a day prior on 4th of September. A day was filled with fun, enjoyment and immense respect reflected from the young minds. Students dedicated this day to their respected teachers and organised an event of songs, dance, games for the teachers and many more. Students dressed in Teacher's attires adorned the campus by playing the roles of their favorite teachers. Amidst the pandemic such an event proved that the light lit by the educator will be taken proper care of by the learners.

National sports day celebration - 2021

"The more difficult the victory, the greater the happiness in winning."

Sports and games are an integral part of our life and have become a way of life for a healthy and fit India. Sports play a pivotal role in the makeup of a young athlete. Where else can a young impressionable youth learn values like discipline, responsibility, self-confidence, sacrifice and accountability and to remain fit?

We celebrated National Sports Day on 29th of August to mark the birth anniversary of Hockey Legend, Major Dhyan Chand, who is regarded as the greatest Hockey player of all time.

To mark the significance of National Sports Day, several activities were organised virtually to inculcate the feeling of true sportsmanship among the children and to enhance their physical and social skills. Students showed their skills in activities such as Drawing, Essay Writing related to the sports and yoga with great enthusiasm and zeal.

Janmashtami Celebration - 2021

PIS Samastipur celebrated Janmashtami with immense zeal and enthusiasm. The event was held on 28th of August, 2021. The 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu has truly been adorned by the Podarites. Young minds engaged themselves to create a mural of Lord Krishna's life on the walls of Learning and Wisdom. The day started on a positive note with the Morning Special Assembly and followed by the colourful activities which added the beauty of the event. Little tots dressed up as Radha Krishna that added colours to the Fancy Dress Competition held in Grades I - IV. A musical beautification laid in the Flute Decoration Activity held in Grades V - VI. A Matka is no longer an ordinary vessel but a piece of art when embellished prettily in the Matka Decoration Activity held in Grades VII - X.

2nd Virtual PTA meet 2020-2021

Rakhi making competition - 2021

"A small piece of thread has more power then everything... That is known as Rakhi." To nourish this beautiful bond of rakshabandhan the school is organised 'Rakhi making competition' wherein students will showcase the talent of contriving delightful rakhis using different sources. The students' excitement was revealed through the skills they presented in the form of creative rakhis.

Celebration of Sadbhavna Diwas - 2021

"The Democratic way of nation building requires patience,perseverance and a spirit of conciliation." Sadbhavna Diwas is observed on the birth anniversary of our former Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi. To mark the essence of harmony and tranquility in students, this day was celebrated with a lot of activities, which included Essay writing, painting, band making etc. Students came up with their talents and participated whole heartedly in the activities allotted to them.

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