WINNERS at ABACUS
Oxford International Public School is on the winning track again. An open Abacus competition was organized in Mahesh Vidyalaya on 28th February, 2016, in which students from age group 5-13 years participated. In this competition, students of OIPS have come up with flying colours and once again proved their hidden potential.
Shardul Varpe and Darshil Kharge got the first prize. Sanskruti Pol, Daksh Kahat and Ulhas Ingale got the second prize. Om Lohar, Parth Malusurve, Ritesh Biswal, Samruddhi Pol, Om Shedge and Anushka Malusurve got the third prize.
Annual Sports Day
Our primary Annual Sports Day was held on 29.02.16,Monday.Along with the different races like Lemon and Spoon race, Sack race, Obstacle race, Relay race children beautifully displayed Ring Activity(std 1),Dumbbell Activity(std 2),Aerobics(std 3& 4) and Karate(std 5&6).
Our Pre-Primary Annual Sports Day was held on 02.03.16,Wednesday.Everybody thoroughly enjoyed the day with different funny interesting races like Sack race,3-legged race, Ready for school and Meditation(Nursery),Mass PT(Jr Kg) and Suryanamashkar (Sr Kg) performed by the small kids. One unique part was parents took part in some races.
Independence Day Celebration 2015
Students and Staff of Oxford International Public School, Bavdhan, celebrated the 69th Independence Day along with the entire nation on 15th August, 2015. The flag was hoisted by the Chief Guest, Dr. R.S. Joshi, Director, JSPM. Other dignitaries present were Mr. Shashi Thite, PVPIT Campus Director and Dr. Yashwant Chavan, Principal of PVPIT along with Mrs. Uma Bagde, Principal of Oxford International Public School.
After the National Anthem, Varad Mahale, Arundhati Salunkhe, Manthan Sathe and Parineeta Mohite, students of Std. V, VI, paid a Tribute to the brave and dauntless freedom fighter, Rani of Jhansi, by reciting the poem “Jhansi Ki Rani”. Varad Mahale expressed that he is “Proud to be an Indian” because India’s 10,000years’ culture and history plays an important role in shaping India’s stand in world relations. Her contribution is vast-from the Harappan Civilization in 2600 BC to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam in the present. Students of Std. V and VI filled the atmosphere with the song “Ishwar Ya Allah”. The programme ended with a dance presentation on the song “MA TUJHE SALAAM”, saluting our Motherland and the Freedom Fighters, immortal for their vision, conviction and sacrifice.