Evergreen Public School, Bhilwara
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Renowned educationist MS. Baishali Ganguli conducted a training workshop for the Evergreen Senior Secondary School staff. It was held on 21st November, 2019. It was a fruitful, interactive session which started with brainstorming questions. Through the session, she touched upon the subtle and useful ways to tackle Physical, Mental, Emotional and Financial Stress effectively. She also encouraged the teachers to learn from the behavior of others to manage stress. The resource person explained various methodologies with examples. Various management techniques were discussed and handouts were provided to the teachers. Further, some light was also thrown on staying happy. Later, the resource person discussed about relationship between teacher and students. She laid stress on teachers to not label their children or never to attack their character as it will worsen the situation. Instead, a plan must be devised to identify the problem in a child and to tackle it. Director of EGPS, Dr. Sangita Babel presented welcome address and expressed the need to be strong enough to face day to day challenges effectively and implement the teaching in their everyday life.
Say NO to Single Use Plastic "Nature is for everyone’s need but not for anyone’s greed, so discard plastics from environment." They are bad, destructive, non-biodegradable and well, just not cool! Plastic bags are to the environment what frenemy is to you. It may look quite useful, but with time it only harms us. With this thought in mind the Evergreen Public School conducted a drawing competition for students of class IV to VII and also held , ‘Say No to Single- use Plastic Bag’ campaign. The students gathered at Smriti Van (Public Garden) to spread this noble awareness amongst general public. To spread this message students performed a skit making public aware, on the harms done by plastic. The overall programme was fruitful. The enthusiasm of the members towards the campaign made it more educative and successful. The members observed a paradigm shift amongst general public through the event. The members were seen glowing with the positive response they received from the public. Dr. Sangita Babel, director of EGPS asked everyone present to take a pledge to avoid single- use plastic, to carry a reusable bag every time they leave the house, to throw the trash in the litter box, to keep the surroundings clean, to educate others about the plastic waste and to stop others too. This campaign was done with a motive to make India a plastic free, clean and green nation.
To emphasise the importance of animals in our lives, the Evergreen Public School (EGPS) organised a pet and farm day on the school premises. The school Director Dr. Sangita Babel said that the main objective of organising Pet Day is to sensitise children about animals and how they help us and also to bring awareness about love and care for other living things. Students from Class PG to V, with the help of their respective teachers spoke about them. The entire Pre- Primary wing was beautifully decorated on the theme 'Pets and farm animals.
Halloween’s Day was celebrated with a fun filled exciting fancy dress parade in the Evergreen Public School. There were very happy Vampires, Superheroes, Fairies, Witches, Goblins and other interesting characters walking around. Excited faces were seen everywhere as children posed for photographs. The activity hall was tastefully decorated with spooky characters, scary cutouts and pumpkin lamps. The dim light and Halloween music created an eerie atmosphere. Later children danced in their spooky costumes and had great fun. The celebration was held to promote an understanding of other cultures, rituals, ceremonies and traditions amongst students. In a world where intolerance and religious disputes are rife, teaching about other cultures and festivals can help build a more peaceful world.
Raksha Bandhan is one of the most endearing ways to celebrate the bond between brothers and sisters, a bond which is one of the deepest and noblest of human emotions. A ‘Rakhi Making Competition’ was held for the students of Classes I to VI of Evergreen Public School, Bhilwara on 13th August, 2019. The students enthusiastically participated in the competition and came up with tricolour Rakhis. They were judged on the basis of neatness, creativity and effort put in by them. Later, girls tied the holy thread round the wrist of boys and celebrated the festival. The achievers of competition are:- Class I –Ist Position-Vanshika Harjani,2nd Position- Sonakshi Baharwani,3rd Position-Sanchi Lakhwani ; Class II –Ist Position- Navya Sen ,Love pareek; 2nd Position- Sarbjyot Singh,Nirav Jain, Kavya Anchliya ;3rd Position- Aayna Wadhwani , Ayush Pareek,Gautham Magesh ; Class III – 1st Position –Diksha Peshwani , Manasvi Nebwani ; 2nd Position – Anjalina Ali ,Anmol Atul Khedkar , Nishika Lakhwani ; 3rd Position- Harsh Nebwani , Hiya Sharma , Tejasvi Nagora ;Class IV – 1st Position –Diksha Sharma ; 2nd Position – Prithvi Soni ; 3rd Position – Krishna Lakhani ; Class V- 1st Position – Unnati Shabdani ; 2nd Position –Diya Jain , Dhairya Sharma ; 3rd Position – Himani Peshwani ,Akshika Dad ; Class VI – Ist Position – Priyal Kankarwal , 2nd Position – Ishaan Ali , 3rd Position – Manas Nebhwani.
Measles Rubella AWARENESS WALK Students of Evergreen Public School, Bhilwara participated in the MR AWARENESS WALK. Students of class IX and X were part of this walk. Students tried to generate awareness about Measles and Rubella through this programme.
In accordance with the national level drive to prevent children falling prey to measles/rubella, EGPS Bhilwara organised a Vaccination Camp in the school premises on 8th August, 2019. His majesty Mr. Rajendra Bhatt ( Collector of Bhilwara) visited campus and encouraged students. The students were vaccinated in the presence of parents to ensure complete safety and peace of mind for the parent community. The Camp was conducted under the supervision of medical team from the CMO Office. The Director Ma’am, Dr. Sangita Babel thanked the parents for their support in this drive and hoped that the dream of a healthy India will become true soon.
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