#DiwaliCelebrations #Continued #StudentsDressed #ColourfulAttire #Potlunch #FavouriteDelicacies #FunAndFrolic
”Show that you care. Celebrate -Go Green Diwali and say YES to happiness”.
The celebration of Diwali -the festival of lights came alive at The Mukat Trust International School, on the 24th October’19, when the whole School wore a festive look with pots, Diyas and lanterns adorning the reception and assembly area in bright colours. The rangoli made by the students added the perfect setting to the festivity.A special assembly was organized by the students to mark the occasion in which they talked about the significance of the festival and the need to break free from the conventional style of bursting crackers and embrace green and safe modes of enjoying this festival .
The students showcased the spirit of Diwali through mesmerizing dance performance, poetry recitation, speech and nukkad natak (street play).
The Principal Ms Jasjit Kaur Jaggi addressed the students giving away the message of a clean, peaceful and a bright Diwali.
The management of the school appreciated this endeavor of the students and encouraged them to celebrate every festival with the same spirit and enthusiasm. The assembly concluded with the Aarti by the Management, Principal and the staff.
A SESSION ON YOGA AND MEDICATION
The Principal, staff and the students of MTIS started the day with a rejuvenating session on yoga and meditation. The purpose of this session was to reinforce the connection between mind and body, thereby improving health and well being. Both these activities not only alleviate stress, but also provide mental peace and help to keep way a lot of health issues.
HEALTH CHECK UP CAMP
“A healthy mind resides in a healthy body and a healthy body is the key to a happy, hale and healthy life”.
Committed to provide excellent educational services to its students, MTIS firmly believes that only the healthy student of today can create a healthy and progressive community tomorrow.
Keeping up with its standards, the school organized a preventive health check – up camp today.
A medical team consisting of 5 members visited the school. The team included AP Jain Hospital included Dr Sandeep (Paediatrician), Dr. Shikha Goyal (Psychiatrist), Ms. Bhupinder Kaur (ANM), Mr. Manish (Counsellor), Ms. Rekha (MLT, ICTC) and they thoroughly checked the mental and physical health status of the students.
The remarks regarding their general body health along with medical advice were recorded in their health record cards.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY FOR DR.APJ ABDUL KALAM’S BIRTH ANNIVERSARY
“To succeed in your mission you must have single-minded devotion to your goal.” Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam.
To commemorate Dr. Abdul Kalam’s Birth Anniversary students of Grade I-V made Bomb Seeds and a Declamation activity was also conducted to pay a humble tribute to this legendary scientist and politician. India’s ‘Missile Man’ whose projects in space, defence and nuclear technology guided India in 21st century became our 11th President in 2002. He will forever reign in our hearts as the ‘People’s President’. Dr. Kalam had been an inspiration throughout his life, be it through his deeds or through his words. He was one of the most down to earth person ever, loved and praised by people for his humility; he epitomized selfless service, wisdom and was an extraordinary teacher.
Humble tributes on his Birth Anniversary.
PINK DAY-“Know Cancer To NO Cancer”
Let’s paint the message of awareness. Together, we can help beat cancer.
Pink Day is an initiative to spread awareness about and to undo the myths about cancer among the youth in our country. As a part of the initiative, MTIS arranged a session for its teachers by the school’s Medical Counselor Ms Harvinder Kaur, who took an interactive class to make them understand the root cause and how cancer can be prevented. Adding to this Ms Jasjit Kaur Jaggi, Principal, also emphasized the need of having a healthy lifestyle. Educators were dressed in pink today.
#PinkDay #KnowCancerToNoCancer #MTISSession #teachersdressedinPINKtocreateAwareness
EDUCATIONAL VISIT to Post Office
“What we learn with pleasure, we never forget”
On 10th October 2019, MTIS organized ‘Educational Visit’ to Post Office, for Kindergarten Students to celebrate “National Post Office Day”. The purpose was to make the children aware about the places in our neighbourhood and people who help us. It was a great leaning exposure for the children as they got to know the practical implementation of, how a letter is posted and who delivers it to homes. The students wrote Diwali wishes to their parents and posted it in the letter box. Their excitement and enthusiasm had no boundaries. The educational visit proved fruitful for the young, inquisitive MTIS toddlers.
“It is man’s own mind, not his enemy or foe, that lures him into evil ways.”
#Dussehra #celebration #TriumphOverEvil #Dandiya #Ramleela #PledgeToPromiseToBurnOneEvilHabit
Gandhi Jayanti Celebration in The Mukat Trust International School
“Peace is the most important powerful weapon of mankind. It takes more courage to take a blow than to give one.” By Mahatma Gandhi
MTIS celebrated Gandhi Jayanti in school, a day prior on 1st October 2019 with great zeal, enthusiasm and patriotism. The assembly began by paying a special tribute to Gandhi ji by sharing the anecdotes from his life. The highlights of the assembly were a song and a remarkable role play glorifying Gandhi ji and how he heralded a new era for our country. Thus, the children of MTIS were given a deep insight into the life and times of Mahatma Gandhi and encouraged to think about the sacrifice of our freedom fighters, analyze the importance and understand the value of freedom.
The Mukat Trust International School organized Cleanliness Drive under Swachh Bharat -Swasth Bharat Abhiyaan Programme on the occasion of Cleanliness day. The main purpose of this programme was to create awareness among the students regarding Cleanliness and its benefit. They took a pledge to clean their school, homes, public places & surroundings.
The students planted saplings in the school premises and promised to work to make India Clean and Green. The creative Mukatians also made several useful things by using the waste material. Their work of art and the way they utilized the discarded material was highly appreciated by the Principal, Ms Jasjit Kaur Jaggi.
“Play DATE with DAD”
We believe that clear and regular parental communication is at the heart of building a successful partnership between school and home. Reporting Children’s Progress in Primary School endorses the role of parents, as partners with schools, in extending children’s learning.
The Mukat Trust International School, held an informal meeting with the Parent Ambassador of Kindergarten students on 26th September, 2019 to discuss on school’s progress and attainments. Many activities were planned for the fathers based on the core values and their interpretation where they were able to communicate directly and come out with their aspirations and expectations from the school. Discussions were held related to all the spheres of a child’s growth such as academics, co- curricular activities and sports. Parents also got the opportunity to give feedback and their valuable suggestions for effective classroom teaching.
Ms. Jasjit Kaur Jaggi, Principal addressed the parents with a famous quote by John. F. Kennedy that ‘Leadership and learning are indispensable’. She shared the school’s motto and vision, discussing the core values of MTIS ‘Aim, Aspire ,Achieve’ and stressed on the relevance of learning that always distinguishes the extra ordinary from the ordinary. MTIS family was grateful to them for sharing their perspectives and for giving their precious time.
“Teachers’ Day Celebration”
#teachersday #love #respect #culturalperformance #party #music #appreciation #inschool #ShivaliKView
“Zonal Skating Competition” held at The Mukat Trust International School
MTIS believes in overall development of its students wherein the students excel both in academics as well as in sports. Therefore, it was a privilege for the school to host the Zonal Skating Competition just a day after the National Sports Day (29th August) in its premises. The competition was organised by Punjab School Education Board. More than 100 students from ten different reputed schools of Rajpura (Mukat Public School, Patel Public School, Holy Angels School, Angels Valley School, Scholar Public School, Sapt Spring School, Royal Model Sen Sec School, Govt. Girls Sen Sec School, Carpediem International School, and Alliance International School) participated in it. The Principal Ms. Jasjit Kaur Jaggi gave a formal opening to the event and wished good luck to all the participants.
1st Investiture Ceremony of “The Mukat Trust International School”
The Investiture ceremony signifies the reliance and confidence that the school consigns in the newly invested office bearers. Donning the mantle of accountability, they also pledge to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities. We believe that the child centric approach will frame a responsible citizen.The elected Leaders were conferred with badges and sashes by Ms Jasjit Kaur Jaggi, the School Principal and the house wardens-Ms Harpriya, Ms Shailja, Ms Ranjit ,Ms Yogita and Mr Amandeep. They congratulated the newly elected student council and admonished them to be impartial and honest in discharging their duties. Ms. Jasjit, also exhorted them to uphold the values. She reminded them that with position comes responsibility towards themselves, their school and peers. She also advised them to be role models and extended a supporting hand to the student council for the smooth running of the school. The student council took the pledge to hold the school motto in high esteem.
Independence Day Celebration
MTIS salutes the nation on the eve of its 73rd Independence Day.
On the eve of Independence Day, the premises of MTIS was filled with love for the country. The students were caught up in the spirit of patriotism and celebrated the day with great fervour.
The celebration started with the march past followed by flag hoisting. The spirit of nationalism was well exhibited by the students through a spectrum of patriotic songs, dance performances and speeches. The blooming citizens of Kindergarten were the ones whose zeal and zest made the programme a great success.
The celebration concluded with the inspiring words of Ms Mandeep Ahluwalia Pahwa, chairman of Mukat Trust and the Principal, Ms Jasjit Kaur Jaggi who encouraged the students to value the priceless freedom we enjoy today and be responsible citizens.
In keeping up the tradition of celebrating all festivals with great fervour, Teej celebration was held at the MTIs today. The importance of this festival was explained by showcasing a Teej celebration scene. It was a treat to see the children dressed in traditional outfits. Girls sang songs and performed cultural items.
International Friendship Day
Kindergarten Activity #Threading&Beading #FriendshipBands#FriendsForever #EnhancesFineMotorSkills #Tinytots #fun
Spell Bee Competition
#Grade2Winners #PrianshaChhabra #ParmbirSingh #FinalRound#SpellBeeCompetition #CognitiveSkills #Enhancesknowledge#improvesvocabulary
Let Groove Dance
Lets Groove #DancetotheMusic #RocktotheBeat #FullonMasti
“Summer Camp is a great opportunity to explore new things or dive deep into areas you love”
Summer is the time for children to take time off from the regular chore and getting down to the curriculum. So, the summer vacation is, in another way, an opportunity to horn certain life skills while having fun. Keeping this in view, MTIS organized a ‘Summer Camp’ for the students. Various activities related to Fun with Science (modes of transport,germination etc ), Maths (Speed Maths, colouring activity on shapes), English ( Doodling,Personality Development) were conducted for the kids to engage them in activities that they find both enjoyable and meaningful. The children participated actively in the Meditation sessions, Power Aerobics, Zumba etc. They enjoyed art and craft work, dance, music and smokeless cooking. Being able to communicate effectively is the most important of all life skills so the young learners were also taught the communication skills through a Power Point Presentation. The children participated with full zeal and zest. It was a great learning experience for the children.
Traffic Awareness Session
The Mukat Trust International school organized a ‘Session on Traffic Awareness’ on 22nd May, 2019 at the school campus by representatives from Traffic Police Patiala. Mr. Gurjaap Singh ASI, in charge, Education Traffic Cell, Patiala , Mr Amarjit Singh ASI, Traffic In charge ,Rajpura, Mr Gurbachan Singh and Mr. Gurnaam Singh, Constables, Traffic police Rajpura, gave informative lectures to the students.
Safe Drive Safe Life was their tagline. Safe driving is an essential component of road safety. Every day, many people lose lives due to irresponsible and reckless driving. Mr Gurjaap Singh gave valuable instructions regarding traffic rules and emphasized on wearing ISI marked helmets and also the seat belts. The students enjoyed the interactive session with him and were inspired to take the message back home about how critical road safety is.
Mother’s Day Celebration
‘A Mother is the one who can take the place of all others, but whose place no one else can take’.
‘Mother’s Day is a special day, for all children and mothers as, it celebrates the bond of love and affection that is everlasting.
To pay special tribute to the unfathomed love of this Godly creation, MOTHER’S DAY was celebrated in “The Mukat Trust International School”, Rajpura. The programme for the day was a vibrant amalgamation of dance and music. The Mothers took back fond memories of a splendid Mother’s Day celebration.
Labour Day Celebration
“All Labour that uplifts Humanity has Dignity”
The MTIS celebrated Labour Day in the school today. The function kicked off with a speech welcoming the workers and acknowledging their hard work. They were gifted beautiful appreciation cards by the students. Workers were overwhelmed by this gesture and expressed their gratitude towards the school for all their efforts.
English Poetry Recitation Competition
In order to enhance the speaking skills of our students, MTIS organised English Poetry Recitation Competition. Poetry Recitation helps in language development, cognitive and emotional development of a student. Students learn to express feelings to the audience. The theme for the competition was ‘Nature builds Life.’
Fun with Shapes
Teaching kids about shapes through activities is a great way to create a comfortable learning environment and help them retain information about shapes. MTIS organized playful activities for Toddlers to help them learn shape concepts and develop number sense.
The students identified and understood what the different shapes are, learnt the specific properties of each shape, verbalize what they saw and understood why they are there. These fun and engaging activities related to shapes will help them in solidifying their understanding of the two-dimensional structures and will give them an advantage in many areas of learning. To reinforce learning, students made geometric shape sandwiches and enjoyed the yummy recipe.
A DEAR program (Drop Everything and Read) provides students with much more than a just-sit-there-and-read experience. It gives the teacher a structured time to touch base with each student over a period of time, assess progress, and target instruction. Even more important, it gives students time to read what they want to read, share what they’ve read, and receive the support they need for further reading explorations and reflections. When a student completes a book, he or she conferences with the teacher to discuss the book and share his or her reading log. Teacher spends less than ten minutes discussing the book with the student and follow up with a brief note of encouragement.
Book Day Celebration
“Learning is about the way the world changes our mind, but our minds can also change the world.”
To celebrate this day, MTIS has taken an initiative by giving every child and young person a book of their own.
Earth Day Celebrations
“Hug a tree, let it grow free.”
The children of MTIS celebrated Earth Day with great enthusiasm. A special assembly was conducted where the importance of earth was shown in the form of role play. The main aim was to sensitize the students about tree plantation.
An activity related to save the earth was conducted in the class where students created earth through hand printing.
So it was a day full of fun and information.
Happy Earth Day!
“The MTIS Hands On Learning”
Great thoughts converted to practice will become great accomplishment. The teachers of MTIS had put up a mesmerizing Puppet show. The show was organized by kindergarten teachers to enhance the life skills of their tiny tots. The show was true learning experience the story sent across a learning message to young learners.
Baisakhi and Ambedkar Jayanti Celebration
“Amidst the rich harvest across the greenery
Baisakhi has arrived in all its majesty
So let’s rejoice and celebrate in style “
The Mukat Trust International School, Rajpura organised its first special assembly to celebrate Baisakhi and Ambedkar Jayanti on 12th of April 2019. The entire school campus was immersed in the spirit of festivity. The little ones displayed variety of performances which included shabad, poetry recitation, speech and mesmerizing Punjabi folk dance. The management of the school was also a part of the celebration. Speaking on the occasion, Principal Ms. Jasjit Kaur Jaggi congratulated and appreciated all the students for giving such scintillating and vivacious performances.
First Orientation Program
The Mukat Trust International School, Rajpura organized an “Orientation Programme” for the parents. The aim was to familiarize the parents with the curriculum, Pedagogies and policies of the school and the co-scholastic activities. The School Principal Ms. Jasjit Kaur Jaggi addressed the gathering. In her speech, she laid stress on effective communication between the parents and the teachers and also sought their support and suggestions so that the children could be provided the best for their overall development. She also assured the parents that the school’s curriculum involves hands on learning activities, which not only are a vent to the creative talents and energies of the children but also help in their holistic development. The Kindergarten teachers also gave a wonderful performance. The Orientation Programme ended on a good note with an aim of growing our children into happy, skillful and creatively well adjusted citizens.