World laughter Day

What better way to bring out a child from a groom

than presenting him a bunch of colourful balloons.

And if it happens to be a balloon party

They all are at cloud Nine

Playing and dancing they enjoy

Saying all these are mine.

 

6-5-2013

Today is the world laughter day,

Laugh and smile, be happy and gay

Laugh and laugh, laugh a lot

It makes you happy, doesn’t anything cost.

The celebration of the World laughter day is a positive gesture towards world peace, an effort to build a global consciousness of brotherhood and friendship through laughter as it makes the body release certain “feel Good “ hormones which generate happiness,warmth,love,tolerance,forgiveness,generosity and compassion.

We at DPS Pinjore made the children laugh and enjoy in an Inter house Hasya Kavita Path competition. Kavi after Kavi from presented their humorous poems getting their due in the form of appreciation as each one of them was applauded by the audience whole heartedly. This joy- cocktail of Laughter made everyone enjoy the present moment to the hilt as laughter brings a person totally in the present .

The result of this competition is as follows

Individual Category

First Position Alankrit Kadian class 5A

Second Position Jashan Garg and Aryan K. Abbot class 4B and class 5A respectively

Third Position Roshni Sood and Arman Puri class 3A and 4B respectively

House wise position

First position Ganga House

Second Position Jhelum House

Third position Sutej house

Tiny –tots of classes Pre-Nur –class 2 made merry in a laughter day party organized to make them have a feel of this special day in a special way

Arnav Aggarwal of class 7 spoke on the topic “Why We Celebrate Laughter Day .He shared the knowledge with all his school mates how, who and with what purpose gave the concept of this day.

Be happy and spread happiness all around –was the message of the day.

DPS Pinjore Celebrates World Literacy Day

Fortunate are those who have had the opportunity to study and become literate. Literacy makes one privileged and prepares him to accept the challenges of life with courage and conviction that ‘I can overcome any hurdle’ The children were made to realise that there is no match in the fate of a literate and illiterate person therefore it is the responsibility of every educated person to share and impart his knowledge to the less fortunate illiterate people. There is no age bar on learning. One can teach people of any age and help them to overcome many hurdles caused by illiteracy. The message of the special assembly conducted to celebrate this day was.

 

If each one to teach one.

There will be illiterate none.

Children presented poems, thoughts and gave talk on the significance of celebrating this day.

The Principal Mr. Samson Masih also urged the students to share their good fortune with the Have- nots and make them equipped with the three most important  Rs ‘Reading, Writing, Arithmetic’

Guru parv Celebrated in School

27-11-12 Guru parv was celebrated with a religious fervor in the school today. The celebrations commenced with the recitation of melodiously sung Shabad’s which created an atmosphere of devotion. After this children presented anecdotes from Guru Nanak’s life who spread the message of love, brotherhood and harmony. His teachings are the guiding force for all of us. They are all the more relevant in this world striven with selfishness, narrow-mindedness and violence. Religious festivals like Guru Parv enrich the culture and the festivities bring people closer to each other, was the thought conveyed in speeches delivered by the students to celebrate this festival.

A thoughtful poem based on the life of Guru Nanak was appreciated by one and all.

The principal Mr. Samson Masih congratulated everyone on this occasion and lauded the efforts of students. He also urged everyone to adopt the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji a great teacher, saint and philosopher of his times.