Pre-Primary Celebrations

Enviornment Day
Sakar English School celebrated Enviornment Day on 20/06/2015 with full enthusiasm and vigour. The teachers and pre-primary students participated in the event by wearing green dress. A week long awareness activities went from 15/05/2015 to 20/06/2015 which was concluded with rhymes, charts and drawings related to nature. The teachers also enacted a play titled ‘Save Our Trees’. The main purpose of this activity was to make the students aware about nature.

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Family Day
Pre-primary section of SES celebrated Family Day on 04/07/2015. The students participated whole-heartedly by wearing red party-wear and by bringing ‘Family Tree’ charts along with them. They also recited rhymes related to family values which have been taught by the teachers. A skit on family values was enacted by teachers. Students enjoyed the programme when they saw their teachers dressed-up as different members of a family. The aim of the programme was to inculcate family values within students. 
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Janmashtami At Sakar
The little Kanhas & Radhas of Sakar celebrated Janmashthmi with great pomp & gaiety. The school adorned the atmosphere of Vrindavan with palna, matki & floral decoration. The special assembly commenced with a musical drama titled- Makhan Chor- Kanhaiya. It was enacted by the teachers along with the singing of the toddlers. Finally aarti was performed by all. The Dahi – Handi event was enjoyed by the students when the hanging pot, full of curd was broken as a part of ritual. Tiny tots looked resplendent in their traditional costumes of Radha & Krishna. The school reverberated with the chants of “Haathi Ghoda Palki”, Nanda Ghar Anand”. The programme was appreciated & enjoyed by all.
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Group Song
It has always been Sakar’s constant endeavor to bring about an overall development in a child right from an early age. So here, every child is encouraged and motivated to participate in co-curricular activities. Winning and losing is an integral part of life. This is very subtly learnt by the pre-primary students through inter-class group song competition, which was held on 10/09/2015. They recited beautiful songs by memorizing and with great control on voice modulation. They exhibited immense talent and confidence while reciting on stage which was worth watching.
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SAKAR Celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi
Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated all over India with full devotion and joy. Lord Ganesh is the God of knowledge, wisdom and the remover of obstacles (vigna harta). Although Ganesh worship is performed from times immemorial, it was Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak who was responsible for making Ganesh Utsav into a public celebration. The festival was celebrated with extreme vigour and enthusiasm in Sakar English School, Chandkheda. The day started with Ganesh Vandana followed by a skit prepared by the pre-primary teachers. It was based on a story of Ganesh & Kartikeya’s world tour, where finally there is triumph of wisdom, humbleness, and respect to parents and elders. The hilarious role of Narada & Ganesha enchanted the young minds. Finally an oblation was made to God in the form of flowers, lighting of the lamp and Prasad. The function won the hearts and was appreciated and enjoyed by all. 

Basant Panchami Celebrations at Sakar.
Basant Panchami is celebrated in India with great dedication to show our gratitude towards the goddess of learning, ‘Maa Saraswati.’ Sakar English School organized a beautiful programme on the importance and beauty of this festival. The air was full of devotion by  the aarti  and devotional songs. Speeches were delivered on the spring festival. The tiny tots were also not behind. They were dressed up in yellow coloured dresses with beautiful flowers. Teachers of the Pre-Primary wing enacted a skit based on Basant Panchami, where emphasis was given on sustainability. Power point presentation was shown to the children which imbibed moral values and awareness of our rich cultural heritage. Students not only enjoyed the festival but also felt that they are blessed by Goddess Saraswati

Healthy Baby Contest

Recently, Sakar English School organized a ‘Healthy Baby Contest’ for parents and kids, which is said to be one of the biggest and memorable events of the school. The contest aims to inculcate good hygiene and nutrition habits among the community and encourage a healthy life style. The contestants, who came from neighbouring areas of Sakar English School, were one and a half to three and a half years old and the participation was overwhelming. Attractive prizes and certificates were given to all participants. Renowned paediatricians from hospitals like Apollo and other people possessing medical expertise interacted and judged the top 3 winners and the winners of the special prizes (Sunshine Smile, Sparkling Eyes, Chubby Cheeks, Curly Hair). Winners were felicitated by the Chairman, Mr. Pravin Patel and the Principal, Ms. Smita Das. The programme was a huge success with active participation of the parents.

Seminar on ‘Woman and Child Healthcare’

 Sakar English School in collaboration with Dr. Batra’s Homeopathy Clinic conducted a Seminar on ‘Woman and Child Healthcare’ for pre-primary parents. The medical expert in charge of the Seminar, Dr. Neha Salvi was welcomed by the Principal, Ms. Smita Das and the Headmistress, Mrs. Leeta  Mohanty. Groups of three parents and their children were created and each group was assigned a specific topic under the general theme of ‘Good Health and Habits’. Groups came up with unique and creative projects wherein they illustrated their topics through diagrams, flowcharts and pictures on chart papers. Student participants were awarded medals by Batra’s and two groups of parents were awarded first and second prize respectively. Parents were advised on traditional medical therapies in order to maintain their mental and physical well-being.The Chairman, Mr. Pravin Patel presented mementos to each dignitaries at the end of the session.  On the whole, the Seminar was a success and the parents were very receptive and responded positively to the medical advice given in the interactive session.