School Programmes are like showers to thirsting flowers,
And from the teacher’s wings shaken dews turns each child to blossom anew
Childhood is not only a joyous and golden period of one’s life but also the most crucial phase during which the seeds of moral values, character building, personality development are sown. ‘Beyond the Classroom’ is where we take our students. R.D. Rajpal Public School is committed to help the children grow physically, mentally, emotionally and psychologically. Co-curricular activities are important as they give the ability to enhance their speaking skills and help the kids to develop team spirit and confidence.
A step was initiated by the school to capture the essence of each child’s ever growing imagination, creativity and literary abilities in the form of a mega event “Vibgyor-Inter School Festival in the school premises for all the children from age group 2-6 years. The aim behind the event was to hone the inherent skills of the students in multi varied fields and providing them a platform to exhibit their talents through a plethora of activities.
To explore vistas of creativity and talent the young children were invited from all over Delhi to showcase their skills in various fields. There were different competitions like solo dance, fancy dress, coloring competition, poem recitation and many more. The whole school was echoing with enthusiasm and excitement among the children as well as their parents. The ceremonial lamp lamp was lighted by the chairman Mr. Ishwar Rajpal, President Mr. Subhash Rajpal and the Principal Ms. Alka Kshatriya to inaugurate the event. There was a cultural programme by the school students which included Goan dance, Himachali dance, Punjabi Bhangra to depict the cultural heritage of our country. Yoga and skating performances enthralled the audience. The school choir and orchestra group presented their musical expertise in symphony. There was fashion show presented by the small students which brought the stage alive with music. The young students posed and ramp walked with their sophisticated attires. There was a skit performance by the children based on the environment which created the spirit of working towards the ethos and conservation of our mother earth. The main objective was to create awareness about saving our planet earth. `One of the skit performances by the senior students titled “Jago Manav” based on improving the status of the Indian women. The students enacted beautifully and showed the real rural India. The magic show and puppet show added fun and colour to the day.
The judges, eminent personalities, appreciated the artistic, rhythmic and oratory skill of the students at such a young age. There were games for parents and grand parents which rejuvenated the entire crowd. Everyone came all geared up to show their best performances. To cater to the participants in a large number there were five or six venues for a single competition and best three were selected from each venue. This gave a fairly good chance to win so many prizes for all the deserving students. The day concluded with the prize distribution ceremony where prizes and the momentos were given away to the winners. The children were too happy when their name was announced and they were running with thrill and feeling of satisfaction onto the stage to receive their prizes. The Principal motivated and appreciated the efforts of all the students, teachers and parents to mould the young minds towards the path of success and progress.
Onwards we forge ahead ——- exploring the blue sky —- Pursuing dreams on wings of labour