A Folder Making Activity was held for students of Class I to X on 6th December, 2014. Students made colourful folders and decorated them beautifully. The best folders were displayed and children were applauded for them.
At first, the girls were unwilling to believe they were capable of throwing a punch when the need arose to defend themselves. However, by the end of the self-defence training class today, the girls were smiling and more confident. “Yes!” they said in unison when asked if they would remember all they had been taught to deal with the tough world outside.
Faced with increasing reports of violence and abuse against children, SNVP have conducted a self-defence training session to help schoolchildren, especially girls, protect themselves better.
“We want to show you simple ideas of how you can protect yourself in case of an attack. There are things you can use, like your hair pin, with which you can poke your assailant, giving you time to run away,” said Poonam Bishnoi who led the training.
She gave a series of easy-to-follow tips and demonstrated to the students how they could defend themselves in different situations, including a knife attack and chain-snatching.
She also called a few students to the demonstration so they could do and learn. The students were taught how to get out of a grip if they were held from behind. Poonam Bishnoi repeatedly told the students that the tips were easy enough to be used by even the smallest among the students.
Around 400 girls of Classes 5 to 12 attended the training.
Director Mr Vishal Jain said, “We wanted to concentrate on this training because that forms the base for self-defence techniques. The common perception is that such techniques are difficult to learn.Through this camp we exhibited that self-defence techniques are easy to learn.
“It has been very useful for the girls. We are quite happy to conducted this training for them,” said Kirpal Singh, Principal of the school. “We will continue the training for our students with the teachers as guides as well,” he said.
On the warm morning of 3rd December 2014 SNVP organized Birthday Programme for their beloved Principal Kirpal Singh. Dance & Song were presented by the students . Students gave their warm wishes to the Principal sir in the form of beautiful Hand made Birthday Cards.
Instead of a bunch of flowers From the heart of ours It is a beautiful way To wish Our Principal A Happy Birthday. We pray you continue To lead us and guide May your fragrance spread Far and wide You are loving, you are kind Another you we will never find So let us all say We wish you Sir A very veryHappy Birthday!
The school conducted ‘Cooking without Fire’ to the students studying I to X standard on November 28 . The competitions were conducted with a view to create awareness about the nutritional value of food cooked without fire. All students participated with great enthusiasm. The food items displayed were a visual treat for the participants ..
Principal Mr Kirpal Singh appreciated the efforts put in by the students and distributed the prizes.