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Sri Sarvajna School Activities

At Sri Sarvajna School, our activities form a carefully crafted blend of learning and fun. Through our activities, we aim to educate the children, the importance of being together, learning together and experience the joy involved in impersonal participation.

Independence Day Celebrations (AUGUST 15TH)

Great countries have great history, graceful histories are written with great pains & struggles. Great were those who fought to bring this day in India’s history

Teachers Orientation (JULY 28TH)

The primary purpose of in-service training is to enable teachers to acquire new understanding and instructional skills. It focuses on creating learning environments which enable teachers to develop their effectiveness in the classroom.

International yoga day(JUNE 21ST)

Sri Sarvajna School celebrated the International Yoga Day on 21st June 2020. Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being. The institution had online yoga sessions where teachers and students had an active participation.

World Environment Day (JUNE 5th)

It’s not yours, Its not Mine. Its ours. Let’s Preserve, Protect and Promote our environment for present and future generations. We teach the kids to respect elders. Similarly we teach them to respect environment as well. As part of the World Environment Day, activities to grow plant at home, ways to recycle things were given. Sarvajnites came up with different ways to do the same. Kudos to the young brains!!!

World water day( APRIL 22ND)

World Water Day was celebrated on March 22 to educate the students about the importance of water. Many activites were conducted where in all the students participated actively.

Parents orientation programme (APRIL 3RD)

A Parent Orientation Program was organized for the parents of the students studying in LKG to class X. By the end of the programme, the parents understand and experienced what happens in the classes & how the child experience learning

Street play (MARCH 9TH)

The main objective of the study was to explore the relationship between street theatre for edutainment and youth development. Street play can create safe places for children to actively play, with promise of increasing physical activity and strengthening community.

Folk dance competition (FEBRAURY 16TH)

Dance is an extremely passionate art performed to express one’s love for music. Dance is an ancient and celebrated cultural tradition in India.

Firstaid training session for teachers (MARCH 1ST)

First Aid knowledge is invaluable for both you as the individual and for your community. It enables you to assist persons who become injured in the event of an accident or emergency situation until help arrives. First Aid skills can be applied in the home, the workplace or in public locations, therefore the more First Aid certified people there are in a community the safer that community becomes.

Shivarathri Celebrations (MARCH 12TH)

Mahashivaratri Festival is celebrated with devotion and religious fervor in honor of Lord Shiva, one of the deities of Hindu Trinity.
To feel the verve of festival, a special assembly Mahashivaratri was conducted by the students of Sri Sarvajna School.
Festival celebrated in veneration of Lord Shiva commenced with the morning prayer, followed by a speech sharing the significance of the pious day and a skit that was both value based and informative.
Through the assembly, students were able to understand and appreciate the ideologies behind Lord Shiva.

Sports Day Celebrations (MARCH 26TH)

Annual Sports Day is an important event in the life of every school. Sports themselves have a vital role in making a child sound physically as well as mentally.