“Grandparents are the strong foundation of the family, the founders of loving legacy, the greatest storytellers and the keepers of tradition. Through their special care and love, they keep the family united.” In honor of grandparents, the Kindergarten section of Don Bosco English Medium School celebrated the Grandparents Day on 13th of September, 2019. Tiny tots were dressed up in colourful dresses. They were all very excited to perform for their grandparents. The program began with an invoking hymn sung melodiously by the tiny tots. Keerthi, Ian Alva, Ann Liva and Pratham welcomed the gathering and the dignitaries. The Principal Read More..
“Listening stories is an entertainment and narrating them is an art” Story telling provides the tiny tots with a window to a new world. It gives them the opportunity to learn new ideas and information. Through story telling children are encouraged to listen to others. To unveil the hidden talents of the tiny tots the school conducted story telling competition for the KG students on September 4th 2019. Students beautifully narrated many moral stories. This competition provided a platform for the toddlers to showcase their story telling skills. It was a wonderful sight to watch the little ones walk up Read More..
Purple is the colour which combines the calm stability of blue and the fierce energy of red. The colour purple is often associated with royalty, nobility, luxury, power and ambition. It is a rare occurring colour in nature and as a result is often seen as having sacred meaning. Lavender, orchid, lilac and violet flowers are considered delicate and precious. To make the tiny tots aware about colours and how they add beauty to the things around us, Purple Day was celebrated on 3rd of September, 2019. Students from each section sang rhymes and songs based on Purple colour and Read More..
AICS Interschool Football Tournament KICK …ON-31.08.2019 in collaboration with Don Bosco English Medium School. Football the world most popular ball game in numbers of participant and spectators, brought in 11 schools in the school campas of Don Bosco Shirva. The tournament was inaugurated by Dr Daisy Vaz, Physical Education Director of T.M.A. Pai B.Ed college, Kunjibettu Manipal. In her inaugural speech the chief guest called upon the players to play the as a team, up hold the team spirit, to fight till the end of the match without quitting the game. She called the students as model icons and learns Read More..
“Vegetables aren’t just for eating! They can be used make beautiful painting or artwork too”. Vegetable print making is a fun, simple art activity that kids love. Kids are always looking for new things to set their sights on. This week the tiny tots used some veggies for printing. The vegetables they used for this project included okra, capsicum, carrot and onion. The basic idea was to dip vegetables into colours and imprint them on paper, forming different designs. Each student used different vegetables and came out with amazing colourful prints. Making prints of their favourite vegetables was a great Read More..
“A Library is the delivery room for the birth of ideas, a place where history comes to life” “Books Connects-People to People, People to Place, People to Learning” Library is an information resource center which allows the students to read books. Libraries play a vital role in the development of a student, teacher as well as the school. S.R Ranganathan who is known as ‘Father of Library Science in India was the first person who identified the real need of libraries and library science education in our country. India celebrates August 12th as Librarians Day in his Read More..
“You don’t need any expensive toys to keep a toddler busy. The crumpled pieces of colourful papers could be turn into a fun art project for kids.” The toddlers had the activity of paper crumpling in the third week of August. The act of crumpling the pieces of paper encourages finger co-ordination skill of the child. In order to crumple the paper, the child has to hold the paper between the thumb and pointer finger. They then have to move each finger in opposite direction. It will be a fun and satisfying activity for the students. It develops fine motor Read More..
Thousands laid down their lives so that our country is breathing this day. Let us never forget their sacrifice. 73rd year of Indian Independence was celebrated in the school, for on this day students are made to remember and honor the sacrifice made by our freedom fights, so they could be born in an independent nation. The day was marked by the chief guest Rtd. Lieutenant Colonel Victor Francis D’souza hoisted the Tricolor along with school correspondent V. Rev. Fr. Denis D’sa., Principal Rev. Fr. Mahesh D’souza various dignitaries, parishioners, teachers and students. Later the celebration took Read More..
“A child who sings is a happy child” It is said that singing and the development of a child’s brain are closely inter connected. The more the child is involved in singing, the better it is for its cognitive development. It also helps to build up child’s confidence and to gain stage experience. It helps the child to conquer its stage fear and enables to gain experience performing in front of an audience. The hidden singing talent of the child needs polishing and exposure. Thus the school organized a singing competition to the tiny tots on August 9th 2019. The Read More..