We at J.K.P.S believe in inculcating the habit of eating healthy food. Eating fruits daily is one of them. Keeping this in mind, our tiny tots enjoyed the tempting fruit-chaat in the school itself. It gave them immense pleasure to mix fruits adding salt and lemon. They also spoke lines on their favorite fruit. Props were an extravaganza to the show.
Though it was merry making time for the children, yet the songs of patriotism and the national flag flying high along with the kites and balloons in tri colors made the children beam with joy. The glittering spark was in the eyes of children at the mere presence of little Kanhaiya with Radha whom the children could identify easily. It was an occasion where children not only enjoyed the songs and colors of Independence and Janmashtami but got submerged in patriotic feeling as well. It was a step forward to imbibe and inculcate nationalism and patriotism in the tender minds of the future of India.
Children enjoyed the rain dance party. They were thrilled to bring their colorful umbrellas and rain coats. The artificial rain which was created stole the show. The colorful umbrellas and the rain coats seemed as if a rainbow had been created in our school premises. Children danced on the music. This magnificent activity left an unforgettable memory in everyone’s heart. Not only this, they also relished hot pakoras in their lunch break. The whole kindergarten department (staff and students) is looking forward to such an activity to be held in the near future.
The little ones of the kindergarten celebrated the Labour Day on 1st day of May in order to honour the contribution of manual labour. The children distributed packets of biscuits among the helping staff to acknowledge their efforts and express their gratitude towards them. This celebration enabled our future leaders to understand the importance of the working class. The children also learnt to respect them and appreciate their efforts.
PRE-PRIMARY PROJECT SHOW (2017-18).
Project shows are a platform for our blooming buds to showcase their innate and hidden talents.
On 16December 2017, a project show was organised by the students of class Pre-Primary. The theme of the show was “Love and Happiness”. Children from all the sections participated in various items like Shabad recital , story enactment (The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister and The Pied Piper of Hamelin by Robert Browning ), Action song and Hindi song. Maj. Gen PS Malhotra was the chief guest and an ex-Jaspalian Dr. Lovepreet Kaur was the Guest of Honour. It was also graced by Chairman S. Surjit Singh Ji , Vice Chairperson Mrs. Rasna Singh Ji , other dignitaries and our dear parents. Not only the children but also the parents were full of zeal and enthusiasm to witness the mesmerising show. Children were dressed in vibrant colours and danced with actions and expressions on the stage.
Overall, it was great learning experience for our tiny tots. It not only enhanced their confidence level, but also instilled the team spirit, stage exposure and moral values in them leaving behind lovely memories to be cherished.
Republic day celebration of pre primary
To enlighten the spirit of patriotism in our little wonders we celebrated republic day through â€œ National leaders enactment competition and flag colouring competition . Young children were really enthusiastic to dress up as their favourite leader and they spoke lines on them confidently. Children payed tribute to Abdul Kalam, Subhash Chandra Bose, Sarojni Naidu, Indira Gandhi etc. Not only did they learn about our old leaders but also about our young generation leaders. The children learnt to be loyal towards their country and feeling of patriotism was deeply embedded in them.
CLASS: PRE-SCHOOL AND PRE- PRIMARY
The kindergarten wing of the school celebrated Christmas with a festive spirit on 23rd December 2016. The little ones presented a tableau to show the birth of Jesus Christ wherein they were dressed up as Santa Claus, Joseph, Mother Mary, the Kings and the shepherd. The programme was followed by a carol â€˜Joy to the Worldâ€™ and a dance number on â€˜Dashing through the snowâ€™.
They spread the spirit of festivity all around. This celebration enhanced their aesthetic, cognitive and language development.
Our little Jaspalians celebrated Gandhi Jayanti on October 2, 2016, stressing the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi that cleanliness is next to Godliness. The children brought dusters from their houses and helped in cleaning their classrooms and the surroundings. They were taught the importance of throwing waste in the waste paper bins. Our little blooming buds not only set an example for their parents but also for the other community members.
Victory of Good over evil
Let's lighten the lamp of enlightenment
The little ones of kindergarten lightened the school with the sparkling celebrations for Diwali. They were dressed up in colorful traditional attires like lehenga, choli's and kurta pajama's. Pre-school students started with the Ganesh Vandana which was further followed by a dance performance of pre-primary children. The importance of not burning crackers was emphasized. The aim of the celebration was achieved with happiness that was created all around.
For inculcating the habit of eating fruits, we all celebrated Fruit Day on 19 September. Our little ones of pre-school dressed up as colorful fruits and spoke about the importance of fruits. Each and every child was given an opportunity to speak on the mike. Through this activity, they got their life's first experience on stage which not only gave them an exposure but also led to their overall development.
Independence Day was celebrated with great pomp and show. Children came dressed up as leaders and also spoke lines about the particular leader. The tiny tots were caught up in the spirit of patriotism and celebrated the day with great fervour. Children were not only dressed up as leaders but they also brought tricolour food items.
We believe in "Unity in Diversity". So we celebrate all festivals with same zeal and enthusiasm. Eid was celebrated on 8th July. Children were dressed in Muslim attire and wished each other 'ID-MUBARAK'. Delicious sewayian was prepared and Distributed to all.
Rainy season is a season of lots of fun and enjoyment for young kids. So we at JKPS conducted an assembly on 20th July. Children spoke about their experiences of a Rainy Day. All children carried their favorite colorful umbrella or wore their raincoats. Beautiful umbrellas from paper plates and ice-cream sticks were made. Children enjoyed making paper boats with origami sheets