International Yoga Day

The United Nations has declared June 21, as the ‘International Yoga day’. Our School students & Principal mam, all teachers were participating & conducting programme.

Mrs. Rajani Lokhande mam gave training to all students & teachers. She told us importance of Yoga & taught us how to do it. This training was very helpful for students & teachers. On that day, everyone was decided to do Yoga every day. Our Sport teacher Dr. Pritam Misale sir guided to students with enthusiasm.

Indian prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had Lobbied the U.N. to declare June 21 as the Global Yoga Day. “This is a program for the benefit of mankind, for a tension free world & spread the message on harmony.”

Our Principal Mrs. Unnati B. Joshi joined the Yoga & encouraged the children to inculcate this good habit.

World Music Day

World Music Day celebrated with gaiety at school. On Monday, 22 June 2015, Music lovers from around them town made a bee lines the venue & were treated to various genres of music. The guest bonded with each other over some music.

Music is an important part of life. It play a vital role in the overall development of the children. Mrs. Bageshri Kulkarni , our music teacher spoke abuut importance of music in everyone’s life, right from the birth to death every occasion we celebrate with the music. Children of std.IV to std.VII had performed songs. Std.V,VI,VII  students performed  ‘Ganesh Vandana Dance’ & std. IV girls performed Raga Bhairav Tarana. On the occasion of Music Day “Damalelya Bapachi Hi Kahani Tula”, Raga Bageshri Sargam geet & song “Payal Ki Jankar”. Our school invited Mr. Raghunath Jathar Sir on the occasion of music day. He sang a song for students. It was very awesome.  Raga – Bhimpalas

Really all were enjoyed Music Day. Our music teacher Mr. Pradeep Sutar sir took efforts for music day.

Our Principal Mrs. Unnati Joshi mam addressed the gathering with her encouraging words to the children . The SST club incharges tried to spread awareness amongst the students about music.

Campus Director Dr. V.A. Bugade & Assistant Campus director,Prof. Sanjay Sawant graced the occasion.

Fathers’ day

On 22nd June, 2015 our school celebrated father’s day. It was a special day for students & their fathers. Our school invited the student’s father on occasion of father’s day.

Father’s day is celebrated every third Sunday in the month of June. This is a time for our students to honor their fathers & father figures. When it comes to celebrating (on Monday, 22nd June 2015), explained our students about the background of father’s day. Give them the opportunity to express their creativity by having them personal & practical gift their dads will love.

Our students of std. V, VI, VII are performed a song of the father “Thakalelya Bapachi Hi Kahani Tula” melody song. Student’s father ‘Mr. Pratik Pandit’ gave speech on this occasion. It was very inspiring for students & students Master Dharmik Pandit gave speech also.

Our Headmistress Mrs. Unnati Joshi addressed the gathering with her encouraging words to the children & thanked the parents.

Recitation competition

The Recitation Competition of Std. I to Std.VII was holding on 27th June 2015. House wise students were selected from all section of class I to class VII, as all know poem is meant for enjoyment. Beauty is the realign of the poetry. The children enjoyed the beauty of expression, thoughts, feelings, rhyme, action & music of words.

Taking all these facts into consideration, the children got an opportunity to exhibit their talent & confidence. The children chose a variety of topics for their recitation like nature, trees, flower, mother, father, rain etc. with a lot of zeal & enthusiasm.

What a beautiful way to express something through innocent words, actions in a melody with all smiles & giggles.

We arranged recitation competition according to language like English, Hindi & Marathi. It comes under the language club.

All house wise students were participated in the competition, variety of interesting rhymes with good introduction of themselves had flown in a melody from the young ones.

CHILDERN’S DAY CELEBRATION

CHILDERN’S DAY CELEBRATION

Children’s day is celebration in India to commemorate the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, independent India 1st Prime Minister. The occasion is celebrated on 14th November every year with great splendor & grandeur.
A day making childhood, children’s Day celebrations focus on children & their enjoyment.
Pre- primary teachers organized different cultural programs& drama for students. Children’s Participated in various activities such as Singing, Speeches and so on. 5thstd students, some teachers and our principal donated clothes & medicine for old women those live in ‘RidhiOldage Home.’ Old women were participated in the musical program with great enthusiasm.
Children’s Day is all about respecting & honoring children who are considered to be the future leaders of the nation.
We tried to inculcate the values like respect to elders, honesty, sense of responsibility etc.

RAKSHABANDHANCELEBRATION AND RAKHI MAKING COMPETITION

Rakshabandhancelebration

‘RakshaBandhan’ is a festival of love between brother & sister.
Students from all classes participated in the celebration and the girls’ students tied Rakhi to boys and boys gave a small gift to girls & share chocolate & sweet.
Many students tied Rakhi on plants & trees as a pledge to protect them for a healthy environment.
A Rakhi making competition was organized at school. The students participated in a Rakhi making competition. It was truly a delight to watch the young hands of our little artisans put together intricate material & ornaments, adhesive etc to deliver beautiful & extremely creative master pieces.

The Rakhi made were an enviable a lot & a fusion of modern with traditional, stylish with contemporary.

SHREE KRISHNA JANMASHTAMI CELEBRATION

Shree Krishna janmashtami celebration

Janmashatami or Gokulashtami, popularly known as DahiHandi, is celebrated as an event. This event is based on the legend of the child god Krishna stealing butter. A participant in this festival is called ‘Govinda’.
Janmashtami is celebrated for two days. On second day we are celebrating DahiHandiUstav. The dahihandi is made up of clay contains butter curd & young Govinda form a human pyramid & compete with each other to reach the handi & break it open. This celebration represents ‘Lord Krishna Love’ for Butter & Curd.
Krishna Janamashtami was celebrated with sheer enthusiasm.
The students of Class IV & V presented a fabulous & outstanding musical script which enthralled the audience. It was as awesome performance. The students through their musical show threw light on the different events in Lord Krishna Life. From this birth, Kaliyamardan, Gowardhanupliftment, Dahihandi, Kansvadh etc.
Students enjoyed a lot & it was one of the most memorable days for the students.

SPORTS DAY CELEBRATION

Sports Day celebration

SPORTs DAY CELEBRATION IN SCHOOL

“When you are as a person is far more important than what you are as a player.”

Sportsmanship is all about while it’s great to excel in sport, dance, theater, arts , science or whatever else interested you , it is even greater to, excel in character. And practicing sportsmanship in your activities is a wonderful way to do first that!

            Then you can become the best, You can be not first in your but in your life as well!

            And our school gives more concentration towards sports. Our sports day was held on 27th November 2014. The chief guest was Pahelwan Datta  Gaikwad Maharashtra Kesari & Mr.Pradip Shinde International player in kick boxing. All the students were participated in sport Day program various competition were organized for the students like,   we are honoured those sport person who have contributed their life for sport.

  1. Nikhil Alhat
  2. Abhishek Shinde
  3. Ruturaj Bargaje
  4. Vishesh Pandhe
  5. Abhijeet Parse

Different Houses of the School had displayed Demos on different Themes-

Red House – Unity in Integrity

Green House – Go Green

Yellow House – Save Girl Child

Blue House – Water Conservation

These entire players had played Handball at all India University level. The players were felicitated to promote the sports and games at national and international level. Number of demos has been showed by the students like Silambam, Human Pyramid etc. This programme would not be succeeding without our sport teacher Mr. Pritam Misale. His great efforts & dedication towards his work made programme successful & memorable.

ASHADHIEKADASHI

AshadhiEkadashi

AshadhiEkadashi was celebrated with full enthusiasm in institution on the next day of festival.

  1. Baban Potdar(Chief Guest for Primary section)
  2. Nanasaheb Krishna Lokhande(Chief Guest for Pre-Primary section)
  3. Rajani Nanasaheb Lokhande(Guest of honour)

The palkhi celebration was conducted students from each class were dressed in Vithal, Rukmini attire and some students were dressed as varkaries.
Tree plantation program was conducted in JSPM’S Hadapsar Campus.
The students sang songs during the procession.
AshadhiEkadashi is celebrated in the name of Lord Vitthal.
This holiday is of special significance to Vaishnavas followers of Hindu preserver GOD Vishnu.
It is believed that Vishnu falls asleep in Cosmic Ocean of milk on sheshanaga. AshadhiEkadashi is the beginning of chaturmas.
The fast is observed on Ekadashi. The fast demands abstinence from all grains, beans, cereals, vegetables like onions and certain spices.
The events help the students to know the significance of the festival.

FORT EXHIBITION

Fort Exibition

The mud forts commonly known as Shivajikillas are built by children in Maharashtra with mud or clay in their homes or building premises to pay respect to the great Maratha Worrier, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The art of building mud forts owes its roots to Shivaji’s mastery in the area of fortification. The forts designed by Shivaji were not only legendary architectural masterpieces but they were also indomitable offering safety and refuge to his kingdom.

In our school we have organized fort exhibition for parents. Parents Learnt and taught to the students or child the structure of various forts as also the stories associated with them what better way to teach history and ignite the pride and the rich heritage of our Country?

Parents play a key role in this exhibition. They made different forts using materials of mud, P.V.C., clay, thermocall, etc. They selected the best design for their materials. It also develops sense of asthetics when the parents and their kids decorate their fort and its citadel with fairy lamps saw dust, sow plants with mustard and coriander seeds.

All the parents and their kids participated in this event with great enthusiasm. Dr.Ravi Joshi was the guest of the event. He encouraged our students.

ANNUAL FUNCTION

Annual Function
Annual Function1
Annual Function2

The mud forts commonly known as Shivajikillas are built by children in Maharashtra with mud or clay in their homes or building premises to pay respect to the great Maratha Worrier, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The art of building mud forts owes its roots to Shivaji’s mastery in the area of fortification. The forts designed by Shivaji were not only legendary architectural masterpieces but they were also indomitable offering safety and refuge to his kingdom.

In our school we have organized fort exhibition for parents. Parents Learnt and taught to the students or child the structure of various forts as also the stories associated with them what better way to teach history and ignite the pride and the rich heritage of our Country?

Parents play a key role in this exhibition. They made different forts using materials of mud, P.V.C., clay, thermocall, etc. They selected the best design for their materials. It also develops sense of asthetics when the parents and their kids decorate their fort and its citadel with fairy lamps saw dust, sow plants with mustard and coriander seeds.

All the parents and their kids participated in this event with great enthusiasm. Dr.Ravi Joshi was the guest of the event. He encouraged our students.

DASHARA CELEBRATION

Dashra Festival

The mud forts commonly known as Shivajikillas are built by children in Maharashtra with mud or clay in their homes or building premises to pay respect to the great Maratha Worrier, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The art of building mud forts owes its roots to Shivaji’s mastery in the area of fortification. The forts designed by Shivaji were not only legendary architectural masterpieces but they were also indomitable offering safety and refuge to his kingdom.

In our school we have organized fort exhibition for parents. Parents Learnt and taught to the students or child the structure of various forts as also the stories associated with them what better way to teach history and ignite the pride and the rich heritage of our Country?

Parents play a key role in this exhibition. They made different forts using materials of mud, P.V.C., clay, thermocall, etc. They selected the best design for their materials. It also develops sense of asthetics when the parents and their kids decorate their fort and its citadel with fairy lamps saw dust, sow plants with mustard and coriander seeds.

All the parents and their kids participated in this event with great enthusiasm. Dr.Ravi Joshi was the guest of the event. He encouraged our students.

FIRE DEMO

Fire Demo

                        A disaster is a serious disruption of the functioning of a community or a society involving widespread human, material, economic or environmental losses and affected community or society to cope using own resources.
To make awareness about fire and its hazardous effects, our school had organized a fire demo for all the staff members, kakas and mavashies. A person had come from the disaster management. He showed how to use the fire extinguisher A B C and ABC. He focused more on ABC and also showed a practical about how to use, operate and see expiry date and if it is expired what to do after expiry.
All the teachers, kakas, and mavashies had done the practical of fire demo. It is very essential to know how to use the fire extinguisher in a critical situation.

EID CELEBRATION

Eid Mubarak

Celebrating multifarious cultures and festivals symbolizes the unity of an international community, which our school takes pride in to strengthen he bond of brotherhood the secular fabric the students staff of the pre–primary wing of the school celebrated the festival of Eid with great enthusiasm .A food topping dance and skit depicting how Eid is celebrated were also part of the celebration.

GURU NANAK JAYANTI CELEBRATION

            India is a country of myriad festivals ad celebrations. Festivals lend joy and zest to the monotonous cycle of everyday life, providing entertainment though music and melodies, dances and rhythms of a meaningful life.
A special assembly was conducted on the occasion and brings home the relevance of the festival to our young generations.
The students’ depicted glimpses of the scared life lived by Guru Nanak Devji. The well presented enactment certainly enlightened the students about solemnity of the festival.
Serenity and calmness floated in the air with the beautiful humming of the Snabads and it paved the way for a very fruitful and productive day for all. The festival was celebrated by all the students with great pride, honor & respect.

MAKAR SANKRATI CELEBRATION

Makar Sankrati was celebrated on 14th January. Students made kites ad flying it. Makar Sankarati was celebrated with great interest and enthusiasm in the adventure field. At assembly, students were introduced to how Sankrati is celebrated indifferent states of India. As part of the celebrations the students and staff had a great time flying their kites with varying degrees of success and distribution of Til-gul.
Makar Sankrati marks the transition of the Sun into their Zodiac sign of Makar Rashi (Capricorn) on its celestial path. The day is also believed to mark the arrival of spring in India and a traditional event.

CHANDRA SURYA RANGABHOOMI

                     Interschool Group singing competition which is organized by Chandra Surya Rangabhoomi. Nearly 150 students from different schools of in and around Pune had participated in the competition. The students of the schools participated with utmost gusto and the spirit of patriotism really came true. The students were full of zeal and gave their melodious presentation. Our school got 3rd position in this competition. Our music teacher guided our students with great enthusiastically.

GANDHI JAYANTI CELEBRATION

On October 2 our students celebrated the birth of Mahatma Gandhi by starting the day with special assembly followed by an act competition on the theme of peace and Unity.

Gandhiji valued children so was deeply concerned about their education particularly in the early years for him the basis of education should ensure the cultivation of the hearts of the young.”What would it matter if they lead everything but did not know how to live in brotherliness with their fellow begins?”

As part of the celebration on that day, the students come together and participated in that day, the students come together and participated in cleaning up the campus .It was well co –ordinate effort by the teachers and down parents around campus. Where cleanup focused on grassy areas around the dormitories and perhaps just as important, they learned the value of community service.

GANESH FESTIVAL

Ganesh chaturthi is a Hindu Festival Celebration on the birthday of Lord Ganesha the son of Shiva and Parvati. It is believed that Lord Ganesha, he stows his presence on earth for all his devotees during this festival.

Students have always had a sincere concern for fast degrading environment caused by air and water pollution. Students there before ade the idols of their favorite god ganesh with non toxic clay and teachers with plain day without any chemical colour the process of idol – making was started a day before the celebration.

Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations with the knowledge and hope that next year. Ganesh Chaturathi celebration will be back as ever.

Our student’s celebration will be back as ever .our students celebrated Ganesh festival in the school.

SHIV JAYANTI

In a unique way of celebrating Shiv Jayanti, students of the school dressed like Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj & gave slogans.

We thought of this thing as a means to instill values of the Chhatrapati Shivaji in our young students. The entire teaching and non teaching staff of the school slogged it out for the event.

Our intention was to imbible in young generation the true spirit of “Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.”

The student of the class 4 and 5 sung the inspiring ‘Powadas’.

INTERSCHOOL DRAWING AND COLOURING COMPETITION

                         Interschool drawing and colouring competition was organized on 24th September 2014 on the occasion of birthday of Mr. Giriraj Sawant Sir. Nearly 500 students from different schools of in and around Hadapsar had participated in the competition. The motive behind organizing such competition in the school was to promote the competitive spirit and to motivate the hidden talent of the students. Different students of different classes had given different topics for drawing and colouring competition.

Standard 1    –   Colouring of a butterfly

Standard 2    –   Colouring of a clawn

Standard 3    –   Colouring of a dandiya playing partners

Standard 4    –   Drawing and colouring of air pollution

Standard 5    –   Drawing and colouring of global warming

     Snacks were distributed for all the participants and the teachers. Class wise 1, 2 and 3 prize winners were selected. A trophy, certificate and books were awarded to the winners. It was the first interschool competition organized by the school.

Investiture Ceremony

Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress and working together is success keeping this view in mind, Jayawant Public School had organized investiture ceremony in the school. School believe that leader is a person who motives others towards a common goal, leading the way by example and creating an environment in which other team members feel actively involved in the entire process.

We tried to inculcate the values of leadership among the students. The portfolio of school is as mentioned below.

                           Head Boy-Atharv Kadam

                           Head Girl-Himanshi Modi

Bhagat Singh House (Red house)

House Mistress: – Mrs.Madhavi Walkay.

House Captain  : – Omkar Gaikwad

Vise Captain      : -Mrunal Shelar

Rajguru House (Yellow House)

House Mistress: – Mrs. Pratibha Gupta

House Captain : – Aayan Patel

Vise Captain     : – Omisha Pandey

Shivaji House (Blue House)

House Mistress: – Mrs.Komal Deshmukh

House Captain: – Sumruddhi Dahale

Vise Captain     : – Shravani Sukulkar

Sukhdev House (Green House)

House Mistress : – Mrs.Jayashree Ayare

House Captain   : – Chintamany Kamate

Vise Captain       : – Aditya Sarabi

CARNIVAL

“Teacher –  a  source of love and inspiration. A great teacher can change your life”.

Teacher’s Day was celebrated with full zeal and enthusiasm. The day started with giving a tribute to Dr. Saravpalli Radhakrishnan. The day had an emotional and recreational touch. The students did all the preparations with complete energy and excitement.

Scintillating programs by teachers marked the Teacher’s day celebrations. Teachers presented several cultural programs in respect of teachers. Teachers took assembly on the extent of Teacher’s Day. The group of the teacher presented a song. Some teachers told the values of the teachers and students. Teachers prepared a drama. Teachers told the two sides of the mind. One is positive which gave as positive energy and we do always good things but another side is negative which we should neglect it. The day ended with positive note.

TEACHER’S DAY

     Carnival is the most precious celebration in every school. Our school has celebrated the carnival very uniquely. All the students, teachers as well as the parents participated enthusiastically. All the classes from nursery to standard V were given themes about states. All the major states of India like Maharashtra, Gujarat, Kerala, Karnataka, Assam, Punjab etc. were selected for carnival theme. Each class displayed the tradition, culture, nature, food habits, costumes, festivals, dance and games of the particular state.

      The actual motto of the program was to understand and respect about other states and people and their culture. It is the celebration where all the teachers, students as well as the parents worked as a team and show their gratitude to success in this program. The chief guest of this function was Dr. Vitkar Sir and all the principals and directors of JSPM Hadapsar, campus. The efforts taken by the teachers, students and parents were admired by the chief guest. The program was gratefully succeed by the guidance of our principal Mrs. Unnati Joshi.