September Month Activities

Ganesh Chaturthi

Children  sang songs of Ganesa and offered their prayers on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi . Teachers explained about the importance of Ganesh festival and his mushikavahana. As a part of their activity students of the lower kindergarten made a Ganesha face mask. Students also made ganesha idols using  different coloured modeling clay and decorated it.

Educational trip to Rangoli Gardens


Although industrialization has brought necessities to our homes in today’s modern life, we are not self-sufficient as our ancestors. The present generation is born in towns or cities and are unaware of the importance of our villages, agriculture, the heritage, and culture of our country. It is important that our children understand the significance of this and the meaningful way of life and tradition that our ancestors lived.

Mahatma Gandhi Rural Energy and Development Institute, functioning under the Department of Rural Development and Panchayat Raj, Government of Karnataka, has built a Model Heritage Village in order to convince the next generation of Karnataka’s village culture, heritage and goodwill.

The students of class III were taken on a field trip to Rangoli gardens  on 2nd September 22. Students were thrilled to see the life of people in a village, their lifestyle, variety of occupations, folk dances, unique costumes, traditional values, the rural sports, the school, doctor’s clinic and the importance of Ayurvedic medicine. Children enjoyed the visit because the model village was close to real.

Taekwondo Championship 2022

Taekwondo Championship 2022 Chinmai C Anand of class IX B has made us all proud by winning the silver medal in the junior boys under 45 kg weight category in the 39th State Sub-junior, junior   senior &8th Cadet Taekwondo Championship 2022, held from 25th to 28th August 2022 at Shree Kanteerva indoor stadium , Bengaluru


8th September 2022

Onam is an annual Hindu cultural festival, in the Indian state of Kerala. A major annual event for Keralites, it is the official festival of the state and includes a spectrum of cultural events. Onam ommemorates Vamana and King Mahabali. Onam is celebrated in kerala  in remembrance of the good governance under the rule of Mahabali, a mythical king who ruled Kerala. The homecoming of Mahabali is celebrated as Onam in Kerala every year.

The students of classes 9 and 10 celebrated this festival by participating in an inter-house pookalam competition. The floral Rangoli, was made out of the gathered blossoms with several varieties of flowers of differing tints pinched up into little pieces to design and decorate patterns on the floor Lamps were arranged in the middle and edges. Students of all houses participated with enthusiasm and show casted their creativity.


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