International Tiger Day

“Tiger is a symbol of beauty, bravery, strength, and Nationality so save the Tiger. Save the Nation Pride.”

International Tiger Day was celebrated in our school on 29 July to spread awareness to protect the natural habitats of tigers and to support tiger conservation issues through various activities according to the class levels. As India currently accounts for 70 per cent of the total tiger population in the world, the responsible students of Nur-V were sensitised about the need to conserve our ‘Striped Big Cat’ through storytelling and short documentary session, and mask making activity. Children enjoyed learning and sharing interesting facts about tigers via quizzes and marking famous Tiger reserves on the map of India.

Sports Meet

After a hiatus that was much dreaded, the children finally came to their second home-SCHOOL.
The delight and energy returned and with the urge to let that energy be channelised, emerged.
So East Point School hosted a FITNESS FIESTA with its Pre Primary tots.
The day began with a cheery parade ,then moved to competitive yet fun races.
The marvels of Nursery and KG also presented drills with pom poms and sport’s equipments.
The children were given awards for their effort by the Principal, Ms. Archana Shrivastava.
Since the mini adults of KG were taking the next step to Class I, they were seen wearing awe striking graduation gowns and hats and receiving their certificate.
All good things do see an end, yet the energy and enthusiasm refused to be doused.
We look forward to more such programmes and see the talent on display.
Unlimited cheers for our children!!!

Republic Day

The little stellars of KG celebrated Republic day with immense vigour. The virtual class came up alive with vibrant hues of tri colour.They all remembered the National Leaders who fought for our freedom, also made a replica of India Gate using bread which was followed by a song “We love India”. The passion for patriotism was evident in our young learners.