The pre-primary wing of the Saupin’s School, Sector-70, Mohali celebrated Potato Day. An introduction to this wonderful vegetable! The raw potatoes were used for potato painting, the boiled potatoes were peeled, an exercise involving coordination, skill and concentration. The little nimble fingers enjoyed the feeling. The nutritional content of the Potato was also explained in simple terms. ‘Eating healthy’ boiling is a better option than frying!. They did many activities related to potatoes in school today. Children were shown powerpoint presentations and videos related to potato farming. Kids along with their parents made potato chaat and had a first hand experience of peeling and dicing the potatoes and then mixing the ingredients. An array of food items made with potatoes were shown to them. Children also enjoyed potato painting and songs. Mothers were handed out Dum Aloo Lakhnavi recipe as token of thanks.
The Saupin’s Community Service Organisation, Mohali Chapter organised an event at Saupin’s School, Mohali. The competition was held to conclude the Health Week in an endeavour to celebrate positive attitude towards healthy eating. Health is undoubtedly one of the most important things in life; without good health you cannot make the most of your life and your social and professional lives may suffer. Health is a state of complete harmony of the body ,mind and spirit. Students of class IV-VIII participated and showcased their creative talent in a poster making competition based on the theme of “Healthy Eating” emphasizing the need to eat healthy food. Diet is an integral part of good health. A good diet should include foods from all the major food groups, carbohydrates , fats, proteins, fruits and vegetables. Children took part in the event enthusiastically. Students of all classes decorated their tack boards based on the theme of Health. Colourful charts and quotes and information were flashed on all the soft boards of school. Various morning assemblies were conducted based on this theme to spread awareness. The Head mistress Mrs Goldie Kapany addressed children and advised them to avoid junk food and eat healthy food. She also emphasized on the importance of exercise to keep our muscles, joints and tissues in healthy working conditions. After all good health adds life to years. The SCSO an NGO regularly conducts awareness program besides other activities to help the community.
This is to inform you that the school in compliance with the instructions from the DEO’s Office SAS Nagar Mohali has added the following days in the Holiday list(Punjab Govt. holidays). As a result the school will have full working days(7:50a.m.-2:10p.m.) on Saturdays as well as other days in compensation. Kindly note the days carefully; after July the schedule will be sent for the rest of the days.
List of Holidays
|1||1st May 2014(Thursday)||MAY DAY|
|2||2nd May 2014(Friday)||PARSHURAM JAYANTI|
|3||31st July 2014(Thursday)||SHAHEED UDHAM SINGH JI MARTYRDOM DAY|
|1||26th April 2014(Saturday)||Wednesday Time Table|
|2||10th May 2014(Saturday)||Friday Time Table|
|3||26th July 2014(Saturday)||Thursday Time Table|
The results of the elections held on 11.04.14 are as follows-
HEAD BOY – Bipanjeet Singh
HEAD GIRL- Jashanjot Kaur
ASPEN HOUSE- CAPTAIN- Anish Pathak
VICE CAPTAIN- Gurnaaz Kaur
CLOVER HOUSE – CAPTAIN- Aishani Malhotra
VICE CAPTAIN- Sarvnoor Kaur
MAPLE HOUSE- CAPTAIN- Ishika Chopra
VICE CAPTAIN- Lipika Lakhanpal
SYCAMORE HOUSE- CAPTAIN- Dibjot Kaur
VICE CAPTAIN- Siddharth
SPORTS CAPTAIN- Nishant
SPORTS VICE CAPTAIN- Jasleen Kaur
The Pre-primary wing of Saupin’s School , Sector -70 Mohali commemorated the Baisakhi Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. The Vaisakhi harvest celebration in countries such as in India is an occasion of dancing, singing, music, wearing of festive garments and religious praise. The festival marks the start of the New Year in the Nanakshahi solar calendar and recognizes the Sikh religious faith.
Children of Pre-primary came dressed up in yellow colour for the occasion. Kids were told about the harvest festival . This harvest celebration takes place annually and harvesters celebrate and rejoice about the New Year and the harvested crops. Children were taken to the golden fields to witness this harvest celebration. They were also told how in 1699 the Khalsa Panth was established during the Vaisakhi Festival. Children enjoyed the glimpse of Indian culture .
The following is the list of holidays for the month of April 2014.
- 8th April 2014 – Ram Navmi
- 14th April 2014 – Baisakhi / Dr. B.R.Ambedkar Jayanti
- 18th April 2014 – Good Friday
- 30th April 2014 – On account of election
- Please note that the PTM for classes Preprimary to VIII will be held on 22.03.14 between 8:15 to 10:00 am
- School timings with effect from 1st April 2014 will be as follows:
|Classes Nursery – UKG||Monday to Friday||9:00 am to 12:30 pm|
|Classes I-II||Monday||7:50 am to 12:30 pm|
|Classes III –VIII||Monday (Long day for clubs)||7:50 am to 3:10pm|
|Classes I- VIII||Tuesday- Friday||7:50 am to 2:10pm|
|Classes VI-VIII||Working Saturday||7:50 am to 1:40 pm|
Please remember that children must be inside the gate 5 minutes before the above mentioned time. Please ensure strict compliance.
An orientation meeting is scheduled for parents of classes I-V (2014-15) to brief them about some of the new programmes for the year 2014-15 on 31.03.2014 at the following time slots. You are requested to adhere to the timing. Please be punctual.
I-II 8:30 am sharp
III,IV,V 9:30 am sharp
VI,VII,VIII 10:30 am sharp
- This is a very important meeting and crucial to the success of our teaching-learning programme. At least one parent must be present. Children must not accompany the parent.
- Thank you for your cooperation.
After the reforms introduced in the banking system cheques with the smallest mistakes are returned. Parents are requested to be extremely careful in writing out cheques and should know that payment of fees in time is the responsibility of the parent. (Irrespective of the cheque being dishonored for any reason). Parents who are very concerned with these issues may opt for direct transfer to our bank through online payment to avoid such incidents or may issue standing instructions to their branches for payment of fee.
The pre-primary wing of the Saupin’s School, Sector-70, Mohali held its annual sports meet on Wednesday with fun and frolic at the school premises. The day was marked by exuberance of the students from play group to upper KG who put a spectacular performance. The event commenced with ‘A Walk to remember’ by the little soldiers of Playgroup who marched enthusiastically with confidence along with their fathers. Cheering parents , colourful props and music on the ground made the whole atmosphere vibrant. The event gave a platform to the children of the school to put their best foot forward. The tiny tots of Nursery did their best in the’ Dig it up’,’ Cocoon Race’,’ Run to the Music ‘,’ Veggie Shopping’ and’Service with a smile’. This was followed by a Drill by U.K.G-A & U.K.G-B. They exhibited marvellous coordination at such a tender age. The concepts of the races were very interesting . All the races incorporated novelty and coordination. The races were held class-wise with their own selected themes right from play group to upper KG which were enhanced by their innovative props. The little soldiers of L.K.G an U.K.G participated in ‘Commando Race’, ‘ Mason’s at work’, Let’s hang them’, ‘ Off the pegs’, ‘Gymnastics’, ‘Balancing Act’, ‘Relay Race’, ‘Sharpen them’, and ‘Trip to the Postoffice’. This gave the little angels an opportunity to display their self-confidence, patience, zeal and sportsmanship. A lot of excitement was generated by the race of the parents. The event was full of enthusiasm, discipline and team spirit.
The Singing Sensation (2013-14) Mandeep Kaur and Krish Aggarwal enthralled the audience with their songs. Over 163 students participated with full verve and vigour. Every student was a part of magnificent show that was put up by our budding athletes. A truly exhilarating performance by all,who participated with honesty and the will to win, making the show a success. All the children were awarded with certificates and gifts.
The headmistress, Mrs Goldie Kapany extended her thanks to the dignitaries for gracing the occasion with their benign presence and also for their time, support and encouragement. She appreciated thezeal and thrill of the participants and congratulated them for their sincere and active participation. She applauded the efforts of the teachers to make the event a success. The lovely weather,enthusiastic participants and vigorous cheering contributed to the success of the show.