Jaypee Public School, Greater Noida
Affiliated to CBSE (Affiliation No. 2131872, School Code: 60790)
KHELO INDIA WORKSHOP
TRIP TO MUSSOORIE, DHANAULTI AND DEHRADUN
Participant: Grade 10A and 10 B
MORNING ASSEMBLY by GRADE XII B & C
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY BY GRADE XI B & C
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY BY CLASS IV –A : REMEMBERING GURUDEV
Special assembly on Earth day
CBSE Capacity Building Programme on English Class X
Assembly –The Joy of reading books
Celebrating World Health Day
CELEBRATING GRADUATION DAY OF KINDERGARTEN KIDS
|IGNITING THE YOUNG MIND|
Grade I – III
Primary school is an opportune time to do everything possible to increase a child's interest in books and reading. It involves, innovates and ignites the reading habits of the students. The purpose of library assembly was to equip students with lifelong learning skills and develop their imagination. Library assemblyorganized on 5th march 2019 was a boost to promote the reading habits among the students. It was full of various interesting activities like role play, poem recitation, puzzles on proverbs etc. All these activities gave the student the chance to put their reading and knowledge very creatively and in innovative ways. The children remained very active, enthusiastic and fostered the enjoyment of reading as a recreational activity.
Achievers in different sports were felicitated by the Principal
INTERNATIONAL RECORD BY OUR SKATERS
Students won accolades at Inter School Chess Tournament
The new session commenced on 2nd April 2018. A special assembly was organized in order to welcome new student as well as to encourage and motivate the other student as well. The assembly began with the school choir brightening the whole atmosphere with their melodious song . This was followed by thought for the day & news. The Officiating principal Ms. Vidhu Kulshreshtha welcomed one and all and stressed on not comparing yourself with others but competing with yourself. The day also marked the beginning of week-long celebration of “Autism Week”, where Ms. Pratibha Upadhyay informed the student about autism and that awareness and acceptance is the call of the day. The assembly concluded with the “National Anthem”
"Leaders are not born but are made by their experiences in life". To hone the leadership and organizing skills in the students and to give them a feel of functioning of the administrative body, a school Prefectorial Board consisting of 60 members was formed after scrutinous interview and selection. The Investiture Ceremony was held on 16th July 2018 in the school Multi-Purpose Hall. The chief guest for the event was Col. Shroht Singh. With him the other dignitaries’ who graced the occasion with their presence were Ms Manika Gaur (Associate Director) , Mr. M P Sharma (Senior Vice-President) and Ms Vidhu Kulshreshtha (Officiating Principal). The event started with a prayer song sung by the school choir. The student council members were administered the oath and bestowed badges and sashes. The Students’ Council pledged to lead their school from the front with commitment, confidence and competence and take it to greater heights. The newly elected Head Boy, Dhawan Bhati and Head Girl, Ahaana Tiwari expressed their gratitude for the honour conferred on them and promised to work towards the goals and responsibilities expected of them. The Convener, Lavanya Pal proposed the vote of thanks.Senior Wing Student Council 2018-19
|2||Head Boy||Dhavan Bhati||XII|
|3||Head Girl||Ahana Tiwari||XII|
|4||Vice Head Boy||Akshay Yadav||XI|
|5||Vice Head Boy||Hannah Singh||XI|
|6||Cultural Captain||Daksh Joshi||XI|
|8||Cultural Team||Nitya Agnihotri||X|
|9||Sports Captain||Bhavya Sharma||XI|
|10||Sports Captain||Sakshi Singh||XI|
|11||Peace House Captain||Anjali Bhisht||XI|
|12||Peace House Vice Captain||Vidyun||XI|
|13||Peace House Prefect||Rajat||VIII|
|14||Peace House Prefect||Kartik||VIII|
|15||Peace House Prefect||Amber||IX|
|16||Peace House Prefect||Kaaira||IX|
|17||Harmony House Captain||Jeevika||XI|
|18||Harmony House Vice Captain||Sharique Ali Khan||XI|
|19||Harmony House Prefect||Bhumi Chauhan||IX|
|20||Harmony House Prefect||Pulkit||VII|
|21||Harmony House Prefect||Ooj Amit Srivastav||VIII|
|22||Harmony House Prefect||Somya||VIII|
|23||Unity House Captain||Gomthi Shankar||XI|
|24||Unity House Vice Captain||Aditya||XI|
|25||Unity House Prefect||Rachit Chauhan||VIII|
|26||Unity House Prefect||Udit||IX|
|27||Unity House Prefect||Parv||VIII|
|28||Unity House Prefect||Aryansh||IX|
|29||Fraternity House Captain||Devraj Thakur||XI|
|30||Fraternity House Vice Captain||Raj Sondik||XI|
|31||Fraternity House Prefect||Ritambhara||IX|
|32||Fraternity House Prefect||Shivang||VIII|
|33||Fraternity House Prefect||Rudra Negi||IX|
|34||Fraternity House Prefect||Syed||VIII|
“Doing what is right, fair and honourable is more important than winning or losing”.
Jaypee Public School, Greater Noida organised their first interschool competition, LITERATI FIESTA 2018 on 3rd August 2018. It was attended by literary scholars and students from 35 schools.
The event started with the formal welcome of the guests Ms. Manika Gaur, Associate Director, Jaypee Group and Mr. M P Sharma, Sr. Vice President, Jaypee Group and eminent jury members by our Officiating Principal, Ms. Vidhu Kulshreshtha. Students from reputed schools participated in three different categories of each Hindi and English. Play enactment on interesting scenes from the dramas of Shakespeare, Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde were enacted. Battle of words and Character Come Alive were also the part of competition. Besides this Hindi Nukkad Natak, Ashuwaq and Lok Katha Pradarshan showcased the literary talent of the competitors The judges gave away the prizes to the winners. Jaypee Public school, Greater Noida won the overall trophy by winning first prize in 2 events (English Play & Nukkad Natak) second Prize in 3 events: Characters Come Alive, Kathputli Play & Debate and third prize in Aashuwaq. The maiden event which added another feather to the cap of Jaypee Public School, Greater Noida was a huge success.
‘A teacher is a compass that activates the magnets of curiosity, knowledge and wisdom in pupils.’
Teachers’ day was celebrated with great gusto and gaiety on 5th September 2018. The cultural committee prepared a scintillating cultural show to symbolize their love, respect, acknowledgement and recognition of the hard work put in by the teachers towards their development and growth. The cultural show incorporated songs, dance and drama. The students entertained the teachers by arranging fun games for them. The students acknowledged the role of teachers and felt inadequate in expressing their gratitude for their selfless service and commitment. The program was enjoyed and cherished by all the teachers. It was concluded with the address of the Principal, Ms Meeta Bhandula. She extended her affection to all students on behalf of staff and appreciated the cultural committee and the new prefects for their successful coordination.
The school management hosted a lunch for the staff members and the day ended with a small fun-filled program.
It was truly a proud day for the teachers to bask in the love and attention they received from their students and the management.
Jaypee Public School, Greater Noida organized CBSE North Zone1 Lawn Tennis Tournament .The grand opening ceremony of the event took place on the 8 October 2018 in the school premises with lots of fervour and enthusiasm. ‘To enjoy the glow of good health you must exercise.’ Keeping in mind this beautiful saying, the inaugural ceremony started with the welcoming of the dignitaries .The chief guests who graced the occasion with their presence were Ms. Poonam Vishnoi, District Sports Officer, Gautam Budh Nagar. Mr. Zakir Khan an eminent shooter and a recipient of Gold Medal in Commonwealth Games at Delhi in 2010, Ms Ankita Bhambri Silver Medalist in Asian Games held at Doha in 2006, Ms Manika Gaur, Associate Director, Jaiprakash Sewa Sansthan, Cdr SJ Singh, President (Education) JSS, Mr M.P.Sharma, Manager, Jaypee Public School and Ms Anjali Malik, Principal, Jaypee Public School, Noida. The School Principal Ms. Meeta Bhandula apprised the dignitaries, participants and the parents about the 87 teams from 51 schools who have taken part in this event. She motivated the participants with her inspirational words by saying that winning and losing are the two sides of coin, what matters is your participation and that too in true sportsmanship. The guest of honour Ms. Poonam Vishnoi hosted the CBSE flag followed by the lighting of torch by Ms. Ankita Bhambri and declaring the meet open. This was followed by the march past of the students with the School Band. A lively cultural programme based on rich cultural heritage of India was enjoyed by the parents and the participants. After the opening ceremony the participants moved to Jaypee Sports Complex for the tournament. More than 300 participants took part in this event.
Before the onset of Diwali break, the students of grade 6-12 went for a trip to Muddy Boots located at Gaur City, Greater Noida. A whole range of fun-filled adventure activities were organized for the students throughout the day by Rocksport. The students performed adventure tasks and enjoyed these activities under the supervision of Rocksport personnel.
The school celebrated Children’s Day on 14 November 2018 with pomp and show. Interhouse group dance competition was held. The students worked together as teams and gave their best performance on the stage. Harmony house won the competition. Various sports activities were also organised for the students.
ASSET is a skill-based test that measures student’s conceptual understanding, benchmarks school’s performance at an international, national & regional level with actionable insights through easy-to-understand reports.
The test was organized in the month of August 2018. Thereafter, a workshop was organised on 16 November 2018 to discuss the result and performance of the students.
Resource person Mr Prakhar discussed the misconceptions of the students.
He also advised the teachers to go through the class / subject reports generated to rectify the problem areas.
PACE is an organization which prepares students for only IIT-JEE and AIIMS examination. A workshop was organised by PACE for the students of grade 8-10. The resource person Mr Avneesh briefed the students on how to choose the subjects depending upon the area of interest. The organisation also conducted an aptitude test for the students on 19 November 2018.
Mr Balbir Singh (ASI) and Mr Rajeev Kumar (Constable) conducted workshop and awareness program for the traffic rules and road safety. They informed the students about the importance of following traffic rules and also emphasised on using helmets and seat belts to avoid injury while driving. He also expressed that every student should make others aware of the need to follow safety rules on the road. Students took a pledge that they will follow all safety norms on the road as well as follow traffic rules.
The Annual function with the theme Nai Taleem, a musical portrayal of Evolution of Education from the era of Vedas and Gurukuls to the education system of the digital age was organised by Jaypee Public School, Greater Noida at Gautam Budh University. On this propitious occasion, the Chief guest Mr S.C Saxena Vice Chancellor of Jaypee Institute of Information Technology graced the occasion with his benign presence. Associate Director of school Ms Manika Gaur, Vice President Education Chairman Cd. S J Singh, Senior Vice President Education M P Sharma along with the school Principal Ms.Meeta Bhandula were amongst the dignitaries who also added to the grace of the function by their presence.
The function took off with great enthusiasm and fervour. The lighting of the lamp and hymn sung by students in praise of Goddess Saraswati was simply inspiring and invigorating. This was followed by an artistic orchestral rendition and choir by the talented students. The NAI TALEEM-a musical extravaganza of dance and drama in which more than 400 students took part was truly incredible, vibrant and electrifying.
The Principal Mrs Meeta Bandula welcomed the Chief Guest ,the dignitaries and the valued parents. She highlighted the achievements the school has made round the year in her Annual Report. The Chief Guest launched the school’s New Website and addressed the students .His words of wisdom inspired and motivated the students to scale great heights in their career with focus, hard wok and dedication. Achievers in the field of academics and sports were given trophies ,cash prize and scholarships. The function was wrapped up by the members of Student Council with profuse thanks to the Chief Guest and all the dignitaries present.
District Taekwondo Championship was held on 14 December 2018 at Noida Stadium. 22 students from different classes (Class 3 onwards) participated in the event. They won the sub-junior championship.
On the request of parents of the gifted children an interaction session with principal Ms Meeta Bhandula was planned on 15 December.2018 to know her vision for these children. Principal assured the parents that more emphasis will be given to outdoor activities and social learning skills of the kids.
Separate audio-visual room will be allotted for CGCC children. Occupational and Speech therapy rooms to be well-equipped and detailed psychological records to be maintained for the children.
The state-wide Measles Rubella Vaccination Drive – 17 & 25 December 2018
Measles and rubella (MR) immunization drive started on Tuesday on 17 December 2018 at Jaypee Public School, Greater Noida in two phases. During the first phase students were vaccinated. They were kept under doctor’s supervision for 30 mins. A waiting area was created for parents who wanted to be present at the time of vaccination. The second phase of the drive was undertaken on 21 December 2018.
A special assembly was organised to celebrate Christmas. The students of grade 6B hosted the assembly and presented the ‘Nativity Play’, marking the birth of Lord Jesus. The students of the choir group sang Christmas carols. The students dressed up as Santa and distributed candies.
The 70th Republic day was celebrated by the students of primary section. A special assembly was conducted to commemorate the occasion. The assembly started with the prayer. Mantram of class 2C gave a speech on Republic day followed by a patriotic poem presented by Samarth of class 2C on “Gantantra diwas”. After that the melodious choir of class 5 sang a medley of patriotic songs. With the aim of making students aware about the significance and facts of Republic day, Vijwal of class 5B presented a quiz along with the PPT on Republic day. The assembly concluded with the national anthem.
Students of class XI bid adieu to the senior most students of the school on 31st January 2019 with great zest and exuberance. The students were dressed in their best attires. An array of stupendous dance, song and band performances were dedicated to the seniors. The skit and lazy dance won the heart of all. Each student was awarded with specific ‘Titles’ matching his/her personality and character trait. A time to reflect down the memory lane, the feel of nostalgia, emotions running deep, sentiments and expression of gratitude, advises, reminiscence of joyous moments spent in the school, filled the hearts of the students. In the foyer a signature board was displayed where all the senior batch students were requested to pen down their emotions. Education Director Ms. Manika Gaur, Mr. M P Sharma (Manager) and Ms. Meeta Bhandula, Principal graced the occasion with their benign presence. The grand function culminated with a scrumptious dinner. The enthusiastic zealots were bound to take back wonderful and celebratory memories of the day. The prime attraction of the evening was MISS and MR JPS PAGEANT 2018, in which all the students from class XII competed against each other. The winners of the various coveted titles are:
|Mr Jaypee||Harshvardhan Singh|
|Miss Jaypee||Agrima Agarwal|
|Mr Courteous||Ishaan Sinha|
|Miss Courteous||Lavanya Pal|
|Mr Attractive Personality||Shobhit Lakhanpal|
|Miss Attractive Personality||Saloni Kasana|
Grade 1 A and B conducted their assembly on the theme ‘Martyrs day’. The assembly commenced with the prayer followed by thought of the day and the school news. The students portrayed the life, thoughts, principles and movement initiated by Gandhiji through a short skit. Principal ma’am appreciated the efforts of Grade 1 students. The assembly concluded with the national anthem
The assembly commenced with the pious shloka ‘Ya kun den do’ on goddess Saraswati and lighting of lamp by the Principal ma’am. The significance of the occasion was then explained by Aayana Shukla of class VII-B who also shared some important facts about the festival. The students of class V presented a mellifluous Saraswati vandana. The children offered yellow marigold flowers to the Goddess of knowledge and wisdom. The students were accompanied by teachers to do the Tika ceremony of their respective classes with the objective of imbibing the ethical and cultural values. The staff and students sought the blessings of goddess Saraswati; to shower her blessings and show them the path of wisdom. Principal ma’am wished good luck to all the children for their approaching final term exams.
The assembly began with the prayer followed by thought of the day and news. There was a role play on healthy and junk food. The students were dressed as fruits and vegetables. Each child spoke about the benefits of eating different fruits and vegetables. It was followed by the poem recitation on ‘Junk food’ by grade 1. The school nurse Ms. Gaythri talked about the importance of eating healthy food. She encouraged students to consume fruits and vegetables and showed the video on healthy food. Our young audience were glued to their places and seemed to absorb all they heard! After that principal ma’am boosted the confidence of young achievers of Olympiad and ASSET by presenting medals and certificates to them. The assembly culminated with the national anthem.
|FIRST PRIZE:||Poorvi Gautam of grade 6B in COMIC STRIP making activity called COSMIC PARODY.|
1. Khyati Aggarwal of grade 6A in COMIC STRIP activity called COSMIC PARODY.
2. Aaditya Bhardwaj of grade 7A in AD MAD SHOW called CELESTIAL DELIGHT.
3. Ridham Jain of grade 4 for BROCHURE MAKING activity called SPACE VOYAGERS.
1. Priyanshu of grade 3 for making a COSMIC MASTERPIECE.
2. Amber Sharma of grade 9B in DEBATE called STAR WARS.
To invoke divine blessings of God for the students appearing for Class X & XII CBSE Board Examinations, a Hawan Ceremony was organized on 18 February 2019 at Jaypee Public School, Greater Noida. Inches away from embarking upon their career goals, the students were seen with a mixed feeling of excitement and nervousness.
The ritual was attended by the school Manager, Mr M P Sharma, Ms Meeta Bhandula, Principal, the teaching faculty and the students. Principal Ma’am sat along with the Headboy and Head Girl before the ‘ Hawan Kunda’ and mantras were chanted. The ceremony was performed religiously under the divine fervour and spirituality. It ended with ‘Puran Ahuti’ and distribution of prasad. The Principal concluded by saying that this ritual will surely energise your inner self and destroy the imperfections. She asserted the students to follow the path of righteousness, have faith in their efforts, remain focused and stop worrying as good results are bound to happen. After the ceremony, the admit cards for the forthcoming board exams were handed over to the students and the teaching faculty wished them for their future endeavours.
A drawing competition titled “KHWABON MEIN RANG BHARO” was organized on 16th February2019.at Grads International School. Students from Pre-Nursery to Grade 8 participated in the competition. Various themes like FAMILY, FAVOURITE SEASON, SAVE GIRL CHILD, UNITY IN DIVERSITY, SAVE EARTH etc.
were given on the spot.
Abhay Khandelwal of grade 1C and Avni Bhardwaj of grade 6B were ranked 2nd while Tanishka Singhal of grade 5B received 3rd prize. Consolation prize was given to Atharv Vats of grade KG A. Indu Singh (grade 6B), Prisha Verma, Mehreen Dhillon and Medha Mishra (grade 7B) were appreciated for their beautiful imagination and coloring skills.
- Challenges in the class that a teacher faces and techniques to handle them.
- Importance of record keeping in the form of anecdotal and observation record.
- How teacher creates influence by action or lack of action. Positive words and encouragement work more effectively than harsh words and criticism.
- Understanding emotions, limitations and barriers of special need students and sensitizing other students and teacher about them also.
- An inclusion is all about mind set, creativity, encouragement, involvement and believes in child.
- Class handling with special need students in inclusive setup.
- Effective use of ABC techniques for behavior management.
- About UDL and using UDL for curriculum design and lesson plan.
- Techniques to make modified question papers and how to work on skill development.
- Types of disability and techniques of handling them.
- About Government policies, exemptions, recommendations, reservations and other facilities for special need students in private schools.
- Difference between inclusion and integrated education system and setup.
- Planning for barrier free and special need friendly school setup.
A seminar was organized by ICTRC to address the issue of managing behavioral problems in adolescents, on 20th February2019 at India International Centre, New Delhi.
“Youth today love luxury, have bad manners, no respect for older people and talk nonsense when they should be working.”
This was what Shakespeare wrote about adolescents and youth in the 16th century. Even in the 21st century this description seems to fit adolescents as the adults think. While researchers today have dismissed the notion that adolescence is an inherently challenging period of development, educators and parents seem to have retained it.
Despite common notions about adolescents, they are often energetic, thoughtful and idealistic with a deep interest in what is fair and right. The prominent speakers Dr.Ravindran and Prof. Keshav Singh discussed about the behavioral problems in adolescents and
the importance of inclusive set-up in school.
The role of school and a healthy communication between the school and parents nurtured by mutual trust go a long way in managing such issues. The empowerment of teachers to deal with such issues was also stressed upon. The seminar was attended by Ms. Pratibha Upadhaya and Ms. Shalini Gupta.
|WORKSHOP ON OCCASION OF LABOUR DAY|