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GRADE 1 to 5-2018-2019

Class activity, Field trip and Picnic Competitions


“Unity in Diversity is not merely a slogan but it demonstrates the country’s collective strength. It imbibes the concept of ‘Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat’.” –PM Narendra Modi

Indian culture is one of the oldest & unique. In India, there is an amazing cultural diversity throughout the country. The South, North and Northeast have their own distinct cultures and almost every state has carved its own cultural niche. If compared, there is hardly any culture in the world that is as varied and unique as India’s.

hrough right education can a better order of society be built up.” –Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

India is a vast country with a variety of geographical features and climatic conditions. India, a place of infinite variety, is fascinating with its ancient and complex culture, dazzling contrasts and breathtaking physical beauty.

 “Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see.”

Children of our country should be trained to appreciate the national beauty, ancient cultures, past history and involve themselves in the progress of the country.

With an objective in the background we at VSSIPS, Mysore Ring Road, Bangalore, hosted RAINBOW 2018, a journey through India, a theme based ‘EK BHARAT’.

The 22rd of December was the D Day on which our Honourable Chairman, Shri. V. Sommanna, present MLA of Govindrajanagar, Bangalore, majestically inaugurated the event by cutting the ribbon and lamp lighting. He was accompanied by Dr. Hanumanth Prasad. M, Professor & Head of the Department, ENT, Mandya. The guests were guided by the chairperson Ms. G. Shylaja; Director Dr. S. Naveen; Secretary Ms. Rekha and Principal Ms. Ishrath Jabeen. The Parents followed the dignitaries in a systematic manner of aligned rooms, that took them to the splendid display of the exhibits and activity rooms of the school.

Our honourable Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modiji’s vision of ‘EK BHARAT SHRESHTA BHARAT’, as one whole plan through the students of grade 1 to 10, in the form of displays of elaborate 3D models, information sheets  &  colourful dances.

44 classes sharing the theme of Unity, in depicting India, was a splendid sight to the onlookers. Every state was worked on the geographical regions; agriculture; traditional cuisine & culture; artifacts; monuments; important locations; prominent personalities; language; etc. A tour around the exhibits was well-managed with student-volunteers dressed in their respective traditional costumes & greeted parents with a smiling namaste and welcomed them with the language specific.

The showcase of various dance forms of a few states was an appreciable performance. The yoga postures through ‘Shiva Thandava’ form, by the award winning students was the most appreciated performance.  Guests & parents were left spell-bound to the efforts of teachers and students.

The objectives of the concept ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat’ was highlighted, by celebrating Unity in diversity among all classes for the theme. Promotion of national integration, as it was hosted under one roof. Showcasing the rich heritage & and culture through dances, use of the various languages and display of traditional food and art. Overall there was an environment of learning and promoted the sharing of information amongst peers.

To keep the spirits of a carnival entertainment, sports games for health, was arranged for parents and children were very entertaining. To satisfy the hungry crowd, food stalls arranged by students was also a highlight. Fun with a little scare, ‘The scary House’ kept the crowd going with high spirits. Technology & Innovativeness, students with the skill presented robotics and computer games.

Feedback of appreciation poured in by happy hearts at the exit gates. “The two hour visit of India was splendid.”; “I wish I was a child, o be a part of the event.”; “Ek Bharat Shresht Bharat theme was well taken up”, were some of the parents’ feedback.

With the management’s support and the co-operation of the parents, students and teachers, the event was an impressive success.

“Children are like buds in a garden and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured, as they are the future of the nation and the citizens of tomorrow. Only through right education can a better order of society be built up.” –Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

Grade - 4, 5 & 6, Outing to Innovative Film City.

A day’s trip to Innovative film city, was exhilarating, students experienced hands-on activity for a skill of one minute games found their way through mirror maze, walked through a gallery of ancient & historic exhibits and many more. The most enlivening session was post lunch, the water games. Students had a great time splashing water and sliding.


“Magic represents transformation, change, positivity, positive energy and happiness. “Magic is spell-binding & mesmerizing. Magic makes the souls lighter with enchantment & joy.

The resource person, Ms. RakshaNaik, showed her impressive skills in two sessions. Students were swayed by the magical tricks displayed by her.

She had the children laugh and gasp in wonder at her tricks. The magician created a show that tested the minds of the young students. The students of pre-primary to grade 10 were enchanted with the skills & talents of, on the 27th of July. The students were drawn into a world of joy & magic in the short duration. A few students were invited to share the stage with the magician, it was a dream come true experience for them. The skill of her tricks was kept a secret. Her talent was exposed in a communicative way and resulted in the exhilarated joy among the gathering.

She also gave a word of caution to the students not to try the tricks at home. The Management, and the principal, appreciated the skills of the magician.


“Sunlight Morsel”, a fusion of food & fun. A day of joy to spend the time with co-classes of each grade. The first week of August, was a fun-filled activity, each grade on a day. Snacks at the ground followed with fun unlimited. The students were guided with the physical education instructors into groups, followed by games and activities. The intra-class competitions was a time of great joy, as each class proved to be the best. The most exhilarating time was the time for prizes. The Principal with co-ordinators honoured the winners.


The National Doctors’ Day is a day celebrated to recognize the contributions of physicians to individual lives and communities. In India it is celebrated on July 1 all across India to honour the legendary physician and the second Chief Minister of West Bengal, Dr.Bidhan Chandra Roy.The celebration of the Doctors’ Day is an attempt to emphasize on the value of doctors in our lives and to offer them our respects by commemorating one of their greatest representatives.India has shown remarkable improvements in the medical field and July 1 pays a perfect tribute to all the doctors who have made relentless efforts towards achieving this goal irrespective of the odds.

VSSIPS primary students celebrated Doctor’s Day on 2nd July, in the assembly. Students enthusiastically contributed their thoughts on a healthy lifestyle by sharing quotes and specializations of certain doctors with information and pictures. The students of grade 5 presented a short comical skit on the doctor’sstate of mind while dealing with patients. Students enjoyed the program and also took back moral values of a healthy lifestyle.

Investiture Ceremony

Henry Ford has aptly quoted. “Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress, working together is success.” VSSIPS believes that, a leader is a person who motivates others towards a common goals, leading the way by example and creating an environment in which other team members feel actively involved in the entire process.

A true leader works for a cause in the spirit of selfless service and not for applause. Recently students witness leadership at its best when the student leaders for the academic year 2014-15 took official charge in their roles in Investiture Ceremony. On27th June, was momentous because of the ceremony of enthusiasm. The school flag hoisting & inauguration was a pleasant ceremony. A formal welcome of the gathering with the leader’s march was a splendid scene. Our students were donn with the badges by the chief guest Sri. Somanna, Ex. Minister, current M.L.A. Govindrajnagar, who inspired the leaders with his wisdom of words. School captains & House Leaders officially swore their duties & responsibilities along with other captains. The leaders promised to render their duties with sincerity & commitment. The inspiring speech by the leaders was appreciated. The program concluded with the vote of thanks and national anthem.

it a blend of Indian culture which is the best way to reach the hearts of people.


“The way to lead a calm, creative and content life is yoga. It can show the way in defeating tensions and mindless anxiety. Instead of dividing, yoga unites. Instead of further animosity, yoga assimilates. Instead of increasing suffering, yoga heals.”- Narendra Modi

The word ‘yoga,’ which is derived from Sanskrit, means to attach, join or unite. It symbolises the union of the individual self with supreme self. Yoga is mentioned in the Rigveda, an ancient Indian collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns. But in the present day, the knowledge of Yoga continues to spread with the popularity of celebrities and world leaders who practice yoga.

The significance of the day,21st June was taken through by the anchors. The yoga performance was spellbinding &magical. The students systematically performed to the note of the instructor. The performers were joined by the rest of the students & faculty members. The yoga postures were practically demonstrated with their benefits informed. This was an effective session. The knowledge, ‘yoga for the mind’, was imparted.


“Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country!” –Jawaharlal Nehru.

Independence Day celebrations on 13Th August for grade 1-5 was an energetic participation by students with patriotic dances & songs. Students of grade 2 quoted great leaders, holding their portraits, who are an inspiration to the world. Student’s CCA art work, of national symbols in the form of Dal Pasting & origami, filled the stage colourfully. The program conveyed a patriotic feeling among the students. The principal appreciated the efforts of students & teachers for the excellent display of the cultural pRogram.


“It isn’t pollution that’s harming the environment. It’s the impurities in our air and water that are doing it.” – Dan Quayle

World Environment Day is celebrated on 5 June to raise global awareness regarding the environment. Its main aim is to take positive environmental action, protect nature and the planet Earth.

Students participated in various programs with enthusiasm on this day. The launch of the school song was an attraction. The cultural program, fusion of talent& music was a splendid display by students. The skit highlighting the harmful effects of the use of plastic,which was informative & gripping.The peacock dance performance was mystical and entertaining. The principal addressed the gathering of students & guided them on the topic for their benefit.