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Press Note on Gandhi Jayanti
1st October 2018
Special assembly was commemorated by Junior Satlujians to celebrate the birthday of the father of the nation. Students of Grade-IV (Rosemary) presented short skits depicting the inspiring incidents of Gandhiji’s life. They also performed a group song and a patriotic dance. Nukkad Natak with the theme of “Swatch Bharat, Swasth Bharat” was appreciated by all. Later various activities like slogan writing, paragraph writing and poster making were held in the classes. Aniket Saxena was dressed as Gandhi ji.
On the occasion, the Principal Mr. Gur K. Serai motivated students to maintain health and hygiene as part of “Swatch Bharat Abhiyaan”. The function was a fruitful venture towards cleanliness.
GUR K. SERAI(Principal)
17th September 2018
Teachers Support Programme was organized at Satluj Public School, Junior Wing Panchkula by Cambridge University Press. The seminar was well attended by various schools across the tricity. The trainer Ms. Harpreet Sodhi trained the teachers for Young Learners English courses. Interesting and engaging activities were held along with introduction of latest interactive teaching techniques. The junior wing Principal Mr. Gur K Serai appreciated the initiative of Cambridge University press for organising such sessions for teachers which helps them to use innovation in their regular teaching. He emphasized the importance of the power of speaking grammatically correct English in this competitive world.
31st August 2018
Junior Satlujians celebrated Janamashtami
Janmashtami was celebrated with great enthusiasm by the Pre-primary students of Satluj Public School, Sector-2, Panchkula. Children were beautifully dressed up as Radha, Krishna, Gopies and Gwalas. The assembly hall was decorated , to create the ambience of Dwapar Yug. Children performed short skits based on the life of Lord Krishna. The whole atmosphere was enriched by drama and dances.
As the part of Janmashtami celebrations, students of Pre-Primary and Class 1 were taken to Radha Krishan Temple in sector-2, Panchkula to show the tableau. Students were asked to draw and decorate Handi in their drawing files.
The Principal Mr. Gur K. Serai appreciated the efforts of the parents in dressing up the children. He mentioned about the Geeta saar “karma karo phal ki ichcha na karo”.
Commendation certificates and gifts were given to teachers by the management of Satluj Public School for their outstanding roles in the various areas of teaching and learning on the occasion of Teacher’s Day.
Students presented a skit, performed dances and sang songs & poems for their teachers. Exciting games, fashion show were organized. Titles were given to teachers to make their day special. The Principal, Mr. Gur K. Serai congratulated all teaching faculty and said “Teachers are nation builders. They are a great source of inspiration for others. A good teacher is always a learner and helps in moulding future citizen”.
Satlujians dressed as Community Helpers
Enthusiastic junior Satlujians of reception classes actively participated in the Fancy Dress competition held at Satluj Public School, junior Wing. “ Community Helpers “was the theme of the competition. The idea of conducting this activity was to spread awareness about the valuable contribution rendered by all the community helpers. Their relentless services help in making our lives comfortable. Dignity of labour and equality of classes were highlighted. It was an endeavour to inculcate love and respect amongst all. The best three students were given certificates for their confidence and creativeness The Director Mr. Pritam Singh Serai appreciated the efforts of the students and guided all the children to give due regards and respect to the community helpers.
PRESS NOTE ON PINK DAY
Pink colour signifies love, beauty and kindness. As a part of colours identification activity, pink day was celebrated by Pre- Primary children of Satluj Public School, Junior Wing. All the children looked charming in pink colour dresses. Children participated enthusiastically in all the activities related to the identification of the colour. They were guided to draw objects like flower, butterfly and to fill pink colour. They were also taught that pink colour is formed by mixing of red and white colour. Children enjoyed all the related activities and thus the purpose of celebration of pink colour day was fulfilled. Children were given take away of pink colour.
Van mahotsav – Satlujians vowed to save the trees
The environment aware students of Satluj Public School, Junior Wing, Sector – 2, Panchkula have taken a vow to save trees. They did it by taking the initiative to promote the tree plantation drive to commemorate the occasion of Van Mahotsav 2018.
The children were involved in various exciting activities like slogan writing, collage making and planting saplings, etc.
They also took out a rally to spread the importance and awareness of trees.
The honourable Director, Mr. Pritam Singh Serai, who himself is a great lover of plants and nature as a whole, planted saplings around the school’s periphery.
Finally, the respected and beloved Principal, Mr. Gur K. Serai addressed the children with his inspiring speech laying emphasis on the importance of trees.
A special award for “Recognition of Association” has been presented to Satluj Public School, Junior Wing by Cambridge University Press. The award was given for the contribution of Satluj in creating value for the English Teaching and learning community through the use of official Cambridge resources and assessments.Satluj has been selected among the top school in the tricity. We were appreciated for our initiative to provide a platform to help students in developing their language skills and gain international certification.We at Satluj were awarded as the Best Cambridge Preparation centre for young scholars in South East Asia. Our pedagogy in teaching English was well recognized. The Cambridge UK team along with the British Ambassador in India recognized our significant achievements. The Principal Gur K Serai was given the opportunity to address the delegates in Delhi and Chandigarh. Cambridge UK wants Satluj to replicate the success they have had in teaching and learning of English with other schools in Northern India.
SATLUJIANS WON GOLD IN TAEKWONDO CHAMPIONSHIPMokshda Thakur and Surya Boora brought laurels for Satluj by winning Gold and Bronze medals at 4th Open GTA Taekwondo championship held at Carmel Convent School, Chandigarh. Mokshda of Class IV won gold medal under 32 kg category and Surya of Class 1 won bronze medal under the category of 25 kg. Congratulations to both of our students and to Mr. Mahesh Thakur for training students for Taekwondo.
Annual Sports Day Prize Distribution function and Republic Day was celebrated in the Junior Wing of Satluj Public School on Friday, 26th January 2018. The Director, Mr. Pritam Singh Serai unfurled the Tri colour flag which was followed by National Anthem and March Past.Final races and sports events were commenced by lighting of lamp by the best athletes of Satluj. Students participated in various drills, races, events, recreational games. Prizes and medals were given for excellence in athletics, gymnastics, skating, Relay Race, Sack Race, 100 meter Race, 400 meter race etc. The most colourful event of the function was tricycle rally by Pre-primary classes. Cycling gives Health and Saves Money” was the motto behind this. Cycles were colourfully and thematically decorated.Mr. Gur K. Serai, Principal of the school said, “Fitness and Sports play a fundamental part in the over-all development of an individual. It was great to be part of a fabulous Sports Day.
Press NoteSwachh BharatAs a part of Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, Satlujians held a cleanliness drive in Pinjore and Kalka. Students, teachers along with the Principal Mr. Gur K Serai met the local residents and made them aware about the importance of a clean environment and personal hygiene. The MLA of Kalka Constituency Smt. Latika Sharma highly appreciated the initiative taken by parents, students, faculty and management of Satluj Public School, Junior Wing.
02nd November 2017
Press Note on Halloween Celebrations
Halloween celebrations took place in the Junior Wing of Satluj Public School, Sector-2, Panchkula on Tuesday, 31st October 2017. Teachers were dressed up as Halloween characters and presented a humorous skit. Students of Grade IV shared the origin and history of Halloween. In the end the scholars of Grade III presented a special mask dance. On the occasion, the Principal said, “It is important for children to have a flavour of Global celebrations, as children living in India are not just Indian citizens but global citizens of the world”.
3rd November 2017
Satluj Public School receives the Best 50 Preparation centre award by Cambridge English
Panchkula, 3 November: Cambridge Assessment English (part of the University of Cambridge) has awarded Satluj Public school, Panchkula, as one of the Best 50 Preparation centres in South Asia. Satluj Public school is established with the intention of providing excellence in education and has been successful in achieving it for more than a decade.
The award ceremony was graced by Mr. Manish Puri, Head of Business Development, South Asia, Cambridge Assessment, English, The Director Mr. Pritam Singh Serai, The Prinicipal Mr. Gur K. Serai, distinguished guests, teachers and students.
To celebrate this great achievement students sang songs of happiness, danced, presented a skit about aspirations and a Talk show about their experience and benefits they gained from these courses.
On the occasion Mr. Manish Puri said,” we are delighted to recognize Satluj Public School as one of the Best 50 Preparation centre in South Asia for 2016-18 and look forward to a very fruitful partnership ahead. We laud their initiative to provide a platform to help students in developing their language skills and gain international certification.
The Principal Mr. Gur Serai said this is a proud moment for Satluj. We have been recognized not just in India but globally, particularly in South Asia for providing quality education to our young scholars. It is clearly evident that Satluj is global in its outlook as recognized by Cambridge University, U.K.
17th October 2017
PRESS NOTE ON DIWALI CELEBRATIONS
Satlujians celebrated Diwali with their fellow mates and teachers in a special assembly. Celebrations started with the history of the festival that why do we celebrate Diwali. It was followed by short skit with the message not polluting the environment by fire crackers. The Principal guided all the students to have safe and green Diwali. The celebrations were concluded by a special dance with diyas and Diwali feast.
14th October 2017
PRESS NOTE ON A MOCK FIRE DRILL FOR FIRE SAFETY
A mock drill for fire safety was held at Junior Wing of Satluj Public School wherein the scholars were acquainted with the safety measures to be taken at the time of actual fire outbreak. Not only the drill made the scholars aware about the evacuation process through set escape routes but also instilled in them confidence to face an unforeseen event. The Principal stated about the protocol and precautions to be taken at the end of drill.
Satlujians took out an awareness rally on the occasion of SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN. Students of Grade IV walked with the messages of keeping our environment clean. They were spreading the message through posters and banners. The rally was being led by the Principal Mr. Gur Serai. Students also presented a special assembly forging the theme of Swachh Bharat. The Director Mr. Pritam Singh Serai guided the students to keep the surroundings of school and neighbourhood neat and clean.
DUSSEHRA CELEBRATIONS Students of classes III and IV were trained to present inspirational episodes of Ramayana in morning assembly. Students presented excellent drama and stage confidence skills. In the end of each episode students were asked the moral of the episodes. The Director said that truth prevails & evils awlays fails.
11th October 2017
Cambridge English Language Assessment organised Teacher Support Programme for teachers of tricity, Haryana and Punjab. The aim of the workshop was to make teachers aware of the new changes made in the curriculum of English Language by the University of Cambridge. New vocabulary words, innovative and creative teaching methodologies were introduced. The trainer Mr. Kalpesh from Yorkshire, U.K. presented the syllabi and the content of the latest curriculum. Teachers found the workshop very useful and engaging. The Principal Mr. Gur K. Serai of Satluj Public School thanked all the teachers for their effective participation. While interacting with teachers he said that they should take the maximum benefit of this programme for better teaching and learning.
Satluj Public School, Junior Wing, Sector-2, Panchkula won trophies and gold medals at the Panchkula Open Chess Championship 2017 and Panchkula school district chess championship..
The Panchkula Open Chess Championship 2017 was held at St. Teresa Convent School on, 3rd September 2017 in under-9 and Under-13 category.
Jasmine Kaur stood second and got cash prize of 500 along with one silver medal in Panchkula Open Chess Championship 2017. Adharva, Ishmael and Akshit won Bronze medal in individual under-9 category Panchkula Open Chess Championship 2017.
The Panchkula school district chess championship was held at The Gurukul School, Panchkula on 23rd August 2017 in under-11 category.
Our Girls team won 3rd position in under 9 category and the boys team won 1st position in under 9 category.
The Principal, Mr. Gur K Serai motivated the children to practice well and to excel at the state level competition which will be held during the month of September.
Mr. Pritam Singh Serai, Director, Satluj Public School, congratulated the winners and the teacher for their achievement.
Commendation certificates and gifts were presented to teachers by Satluj management for their outstanding roles in the various areas of teaching and learning on the occasion of Teacher’s Day. Students performed a skit, dances and gave speeches in honour of teachers. Exciting games, fashion show, titles were given to teachers to make their day special. The Principal, Mr. Gur K. Serai congratulated all teaching faculty and said “Teachers are nation builders. They are a great source of inspiration for others. A good teacher helps in moulding future citizen”.
25th September 2017
English Book week was concluded by students, teachers and members of the School management were all were dressed up as story book characters. There were various characters like Charlie Chaplin, Horrid Henry, Charlotte Web, Harry Porter, Bob the builder, Tom Sawyer, Madeline, Marry Poppins, Pied Piper, Alice, Cinderella, Richie Rich, Pirates etc. They were carrying the respective story book with them while walking on the stage.
The Principal said that the aim of the event was to encourage students to read more. He also said if you feel the character, dress up as the character, you will surely find the book more interesting and relate better with the story. The students were inspired and thoroughly enjoyed the event.
4th October 2017
Special assembly was commemorated by Junior Satlujians to celebrate the birthday of the father of the nation. Students of grade 3 presented short skits depicting the inspiring incidents of Gandhiji’s life. Some students were dressed as Gandhi and some as wise monkeys representing the principle “see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil”. On the occasion, the Principal motivated students to maintain health and hygiene as part of “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan”. The function was a fruitful venture towards cleanliness.
70th Independence Day was celebrated with great fervor and enthusiasm. Students of Class- II presented a musical heart touching skit showcasing our struggle of Independence. National symbols, facts and achievements of India was presented by class III. Colourful dances, drills were performed on the occasion. Many colourful craft activities, slogan writing and quiz contests were also held on the occasion. The Director Mr. Pritam Singh Serai guided that we should value our Independence and strives hard to make our nation a developed country.
We at Satluj believe in raising our children to be global citizens. At Satluj the seed of Cambridge Young Learners was sown 14 years back. The tremendous performance of the children who have outshined themselves was appreciated by awarding children with trophies, medals and certificates on the Cambridge convocation held on 22nd July in the school.
Nursery class scholars of Satluj Public School celebrated Family Day with enthusiasm. To mark the celebrations, students were assigned different roles such as grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, brother and sister under the guidance of teachers. Enactment was done to make the students realise the importance of family bonding. The motive behind the celebrations was to imbibe the feeling of love and care in the young minds. In the present scenario of having a nuclear family, it is essential to organize such activities to inculcate in children the value of love and respect for the elders of the family.
26th July 2017
Teej, the festival of colours, swings and buzzing fairs was celebrated in Satluj Public School, Sector-2, Panchkula. Young Satlujians were dressed in traditional costume. They tapped their feet on monsoon songs. To add more enjoyment to the occasion, the teachers danced with the students and made the festival more joyful.
Tiger Day was celebrated by the scholars of Kinder Garten. Various activities were conducted wherein scholars were given specific information on the big cat family. They were informed about the sharp decline in the tiger population due to poaching and other reasons. The aim was to stress upon “save the stripes” campaign.
PRESS NOTE ON EARTH DAY
Satlujians celebrated Earth Day in a big way. Students of Grade IV walked with the messages of Saving Earth in sector-2. They were spreading the message through posters and banners. The rally was led by the Principal Mr. Gur Serai. Students of Grade III presented a special assembly forging the theme of “Saving Earth”. The local municipal councilor of sector-2, Ms. Mamta Mittal also attended the assembly. She guided the students to look after the surroundings of school and neighbourhood.
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