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Krishna Janmotsav ...
The birthday of Lord Krishn- Janmashtmi was celebrated at the school with ecstasy and joy.
The students under the guidance of Art & Craft department displayed a tableau of bal krishan. The students of pre-primary dressed up as Krishna and Radha.
The celebration was accompanied by beautiful bhajans and Arti sung by the staff and the school choir.
The students of all the classes witnessed the occasion and sought the blessings of Lord Krishna. Indeed, it was an opportunity to enjoy and learn.
The offerings (prashad) were distributed to one and all present at the occasion.
15 August 2022 Independence Day
The School celebrated 15th August- the 76th Independence Day, with great patriotic enthusiasm and zeal. The National flag was unfurled by The Director-Principal Mr Vatsyayana Sharma, and then the ‘National Anthem’ was sung by the students.
Under the banner of ‘Azaadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ , various programmes were presented by the students. Besides highly motivational and enthralled elaborative English & Hindi speeches presented by Vanshika Sharma IX and Kanishka Agarwal X. A group dance summarising our journey from 1857 to the present was exquisitely performed by the students under the guidance of the Dance teacher Ms Prachi Bhatnagar. A Group Song composed and prepared by Music Teachers – Deepesh & Shivani - ' O Bharat Maa' – was sung beautifully by the students. In all, 37 students were part of Independence Day Cultural Programmes.
Mr Sharma extended his warm greetings on 'Independence Day' to the Staff, Students and Parents. He said, ‘The basic spirit of our culture is Peace, Love, Harmony and Sacrifice... I wish, the students of 'Mayura School' to educate society with Peace, Harmony, Love and Sacrifice. The students of ‘Mayura School’ should exhibit a path of knowledge that the citizens of our country could be proud of.'
8 July 2022
Mayura school observed its 38th Foundation Day this year with a lot of zeal and enthusiasm under the gracious presence of its founders Th. Sh. Dushyant Singh Ji and Thakurani Sahiba Mrs Usha Singh Ji and the Secretary Sh Deep Singh Ji.
The Programme started with lightening the lamp by the honourable founders and was followed by the Ganesh Vandana recited by the students. The Dance Show, The Skit and The Mayura Anthem were magnificently staged by the students.
The school has completed its glorious 38 years giving the best results for the last 5 consecutive years. The ex-students expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the 'Mayura family' & its management.
While wishing for a bright future in school, Th. Dushyant Singh Ji inspired the children to come forward in every field of life and illuminate the name of Mayura School.
The Director and Principal Mr Vatsyayana Sharma congratulated the staff & the students on one of the best results in the entire Jaipur province. He added, ‘There are only two relationships which are embedded with ‘jñāna’ (Knowledge) and love - one of ‘Mother’ and another one of ‘Guru’. These are the only two ways to reach the ‘Supreme bliss”. School is the place where a teacher bestows knowledge and love to the students.
On the occasion of ‘International Earth Day’ a ‘Recitation Competition for Class 1 to 5 and ‘Inter House Mime Competition’ for class 6-9, were organized on 22 April '22 to create awareness among students to take different measures for saving the Mother Earth. Some of the themes were – ‘Save Water’, ‘Save Trees’ and ‘Say no to Plastic’ etc. Following students were appreciated for their performance.
Class 1 to 5 (Inter class)
Moksha Kochar , Ronik Alwani, Tanvi Paliwal
Garvita Gulati, Nakshatra Singh, Aarish Tiwari
Aayansh Tiwari, Mishika Kagdi, Anshika Shahani
Lakshita Bhardwaj, Aarush Borad, Geashna Agarwal
Bharat Sharma, Aarin Wadhwa, Manya Rastogi
INTER HOUSE MIME COMPETITION (Class 6-9)
First- Samanvaya house ; Second- Avantika house
Inter House Dance Competition
A ‘Inter House Dance Competition’ with the theme- ‘Colours of India’ was organised on ‘International Dance Day’ on Friday 29th April 2022. The children exhibited their talent in the field of Rajasthani Dance, Gujarati Dance, Punjabi Dance and Classical. The presentations were appreciated by one and all.
In this competition, Kaveesha House was ranked first and Eklavya House secured second position.
Movie Making Workshop
A workshop related to Movie Making was organized on 13th of April 22 to enhance the creativity skills of the students. An animation movie ‘Inside Out’ was also screened. Students of classes 5 to 7 attended the workshop and learnt the art of presentation.
For growing children, apart from the book knowledge, developing subconscious mind and being familiar with how to deal with the flood of human emotions are equally important aspects. Our memories at young age are fragile and keep changing with every incident. Watching a character from their age-group who tackles with similar things on screen, would expand their own brain to notice more subtle things inside their own subconscious mind.
Students were briefed and asked about common interests and fantasies about the life which was related to finding their aims, desires and hobbies.