Punjab School Events: Tiny DPS, Chandigarh, Get Creative


With the aim of teaching students how to work with colors, shapes and textures, an activity was organized for students in the preschool wing of the Delhi Public School, Chandigarh, to use their imaginations to create. They were asked to save the pencil shavings for the week and use them to create their own masterpieces. The kids had great designs that impressed everyone. This helped in building her eye hand coordination.

Amity International School, Mohali

To help students develop science skills and better understand satellite technology and its relevance, a model building activity was organized for Grade 4 students at Amity International School in Mohali on Monday. Students prepared miniature models of satellites and learned about their impact on our daily lives. You have also acquired in-depth knowledge of different types of satellites.

St. Joseph’s Senior Secondary School, Chandigarh

An online session on “Myths and Facts About Covid –19” and “Eating Disorders” was hosted by Dr. Megha at St. Joseph’s Senior Secondary School, Sector 44.

Speaking of the myths and facts surrounding Covid, she said that there is a lot of misinformation about the disease and it is important to get facts from reliable sources, best of all from the World Health Organization.

She also said that in addition to being a bad choice, eating disorders can cause serious illness.

AKSIPS-41 Smart School, Chandigarh

To improve children’s communication and description skills, an online show-and-tell competition was organized for kindergarten students at the AKSIPS-41 Smart School on Monday. The children participated in the competition with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm. They described and spoke a few lines about objects of their choice with full zeal and confidence.

Ahlcon Public School, Chandigarh

Ahlcon Public School, Kala Bakra, Jalandhar organized an in-house quiz on Monday to improve students’ thinking and analytical skills. In three rounds they were asked questions from history, culture, political science, geography and current topics. From class 10, Ravi House took first place, the Satluj team came second and Beas came third. The school’s chairman, Paramjeet Walia, the general secretary Prasheel Walia and the deputy headmaster Mandeep Singh Virdee attended the occasion and praised the students for their efforts. Director DN Das congratulated the winners and said it was a great learning experience for the participants and the audience.

AKSIPS-45 Smart School, Chandigarh

In order to promote the feeling of integration among the students, the activity “Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat” was carried out online by the AKSIPS-45 Smart School. An inter-club quiz competition was organized for students in grades 7 and 8, in which students participated. The students learned a lot about India and its constitution. Headmistress Jasmine Kalra congratulated the students.