Republic Day Celebration
The students from classes 1, 2 and 3 celebrated the 69th Republic Day on the 25th of January, 2018. A variety of programs were performed by them which included songs like 'We shall overcome', medleys and dances.
The children of class 1 had a beautiful Diwali celebration. They performed a dance and a poem recitation which was appreciated by all. Followed by this they were taken to a 'Diwali Bazaar' (specially organised for them) where they were involved in a number of activities like diya decoration, card making, toran making and rangoli designs. Once they completed their tasks, they were then provided with a token which they exchanged for muffins. It was a fun filled day and the children enjoyed it thoroughly.
Trip to Bal Bhawan
The students of class 1 were out for an educational trip to Bal Bhawan on Friday 8th of September 2017. It was a fun filled day with lot of activities for the little ones. They learnt about clay pottery, warli art, handicrafts and also enjoyed a train ride. They also visited the fish aquarium and were very fascinated.
Day Camp "WOW" (Wonders of Water)
To make learning fun, the students of class I had a fun filled Science Day Camp "WOW" (Wonders of Water) on Friday, August 25th 2017.The children learnt about the importance of water by way of a number of activities including videos, science experiments, puppet show (showcasing the concept of evaporation and condensation) and rain dance. They also made stick puppets of water animals which were given to them as mementos to mark the day.
The Junior Investiture Ceremony marked a significant step in the life of the budding leaders of the Primary section of East Point School, Vasundhara Enclave. The young Marshals and Coordinators of the six Houses were ready to take on the responsibility and discharge the duties entrusted upon them by the school.
This was followed by the Badging Ceremony to the singing of hymns from the scriptures. “We’ve become leaders today”, a song and an equally energetic dance performance marked the event.
Vice Principal Ms. Anubha Srivastava addressed the assemblage and spoke about the dreams a teacher has for her student’s future thereby motivating the young leaders