Six student delegates visited Mody School, Laxmangarh for the Round Square Conference. The Conference theme was “Invenire” meaning to find, to explore. The Conference discussions and activities encompassed “Adventure theme”.
JANAMASHTMI CELEBRATIONS IN YADAVINDRA PUBLIC SCHOOL
On 24th August 2016, Janamashtmi was celebrated in YPS with great enthusiasm. Gunraj Kaur and Hiren Jain Class IV spoke on the significance of Janamashtmi. It was followed by a melodious hymn 'Yashomati Maiya' by the Junior School choir. Dakshita Bhalla of V-P recited a poem 'Kadamb Ka Ped'. The Junior School girls presented a dance on the remix songs of Lord Krishna. The programme ended with the National Anthem. The school Director Maj Gen Sanjiv Varma, VSM (Retd) appreciated the effort made by the children.
YADAVINDRA PUBLIC SCHOOL, PATIALA, JOINS IN THE EN MASSE SINGING OF NATIONAL ANTHEM
The staff and students of Yadavindra Public School, Patiala, participated in the mass singing of the National Anthem carried out as a part of the Azadi 70 – ‘ Yaad Karo Kurbani ‘ ( Freedom Fortnight ) ceremony to commemorate the 70th year of Indian Independence on Tuesday , August 23.
The solemn exercise was initiated at the behest of the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development ,Government Of India , and entailed all the schools across the state /Union Territory congregating at the stroke of 11 am to collectively sing the National Anthem , ‘Jana Gana Mana ‘ together on their respective school premises.
The ritual was a rich and fervorous display of our national feelings and a most befitting tribute to our motherland.
YPS, Patiala Organises tree plantation drive in school campus
Yadavindra Public School, Patiala, organised a tree plantation drive on Thursday, July 28, in collaboration with the NGO, Nurture Nature Foundation based in Gurgaon. The NGO is headed by Mr. Pankaj Bhatnagar who has been working enthusiastically in the field and has planted over 2000 trees in Gurgaon and adjoining belt.
The plantation drive was inaugurated by the Director of the school, Major General Sanjiv Varma ,and was followed by the staff and students.
The plantation was a positive and engaging experience and a reaffirmation of the school’s commitment to work towards a greener environment.