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
- 1.09.2014 (Monday) – Prakash Utsav Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji
- 4.09.2014 (Thursday)- Birthday of Baba Sri Chand Ji
Kindly note the timings of PTM on 30th August 2014- 9:00 am -12:00 noon
- BLOOD DONATION CAMP- GROUND FLOOR
- ART & CRAFT EXHIBITION -FIRST FLOOR HALL- 1
- ELECTRONICS CLUB EXHIBITION – FIRST FLOOR HALL-2
Entry to the ground floor is strictly restricted to the Blood Donors only.
Looking forward to your participation and cooperation
Please note :- III A /III B teachers will be available in the Music Room.
Dear Parents ,
The PTM for the Pre-primary classes will be held on 29.08.14 (Friday) – 8:00 a.m. -9:00 a.m.
30 th August 2014 (Saturday ) is the Blood Donation Camp organised by PGI. Parents who wish to donate blood may please come again on 30 th August.
Saupin’s School, Sector-70 Mohali won laurels in the painting competition organised by Fortis Hospital. The aim of this competition was to spread awareness regarding organ donation, thereby spreading the message that a single donor can save several lives by donating heart, lungs, liver, kidney,heart, eyes etc. While views of organ donation are positive there is a large gap between the numbers of registered donors compared to those awaiting organ donation on a global level. There is a need for more participants in organ donation.
Awareness about organ donation leads to greater social support for organ donation, in turn leading to greater registration. A talk was delivered to promote awareness in school and college students. Dibjot Kaur Class VIII, Avneet , Khushi Khokar and Vidhi Khosla of Class VII, Gurkirat of Class VI were the young enthusiastic painters short listed in the first round. Gurkirat bagged the first prize and Dibjot Kaur won the second prize in the second round held at Elante Mall.
Saupin’s School, Sector-70 Mohali, celebrated the 68th Independence Day with enthusiasm. A spectacular show was staged by students of Class I in the school premises. The Headmistress Mrs Goldie Kapany addressed the audience with a welcome speech. The Principal Mrs Surita Sharma and esteemed members of the management and the parent fraternity also graced the occasion.
The school premises wAS decorated with tri-colour balloons, ribbons and posters. The colourful show commenced with a medley of patriotic songs. The next item was a fancy dress show where little kids came dressed as freedom fighters and delivered memorable speeches made by them. Eshansh, a student of class I played tune of “ Saare jahan se achcha” on keyboard and was followed by a group song.
The girls of “Dance Club” also performed on a popular number “ I love my India”. Next came a lively western dance performed by Class I students. The show came to an end with children waving Indian flag on patriotic song “ Desh mera rangeela”. The show aimed at making children remember the sacrifices of our freedom fighters and respect the freedom which we enjoy today.
The preprimary wing of Saupin’s School sec 70 Mohali celebrated Janamashtami with great zeal and enthusiasm .Kids came dressed up as Radha and Krishna. The cradle of Lord Krishna was decorated with flowers .Kids sang song related to Janamashtami.
Saupin’s School, Sector 70, Mohali organised an Inter School Debate Competition on Tuesday in the School premises. Debate is ‘ critical advocacy’. It is advocacy in that the debater must advocate, propose, and defend ideas and use the tools of critical thinking to evaluate the ideas of others.
Debate was conducted to involve the students of class V to VIII in important behaviors and skills which we should cultivate in our citizens such as to research about an issue, communicate and listen to what others have to say, not just dismiss disagreement, to respond to conflicting ideas. A number of schools from all over Mohali and a few from Chandigarh also took part in the competition, and was judged by Ashmita Gupta, Trustee and founder of Words the debating society and Mrs Sunila Chander. The Headmistress Mrs Goldie Kapany opened the debate competition by announcing the topics of debate and wishing all the participants good luck.
The topics of the debate varied from health to the present day scenario such as Obesity on the rise, Bullying goes unchecked in schools, Lyrics should be censored, Capital Punishment should be the only punishment given to rapist to name a few.
Teams debated on different sides of the topic usually alternating between affirmative and negative. Each debater was asked a series of questions by the opposing team after they gave their constructive speech to gain information and reveal weaknesses in the arguments of the speaker.
Overall, the day was an enriching experience for all the participants. The educational experience, rhetorical skills and relationships they developed with other children were all important.The breadth and depth of knowledge gained through debate is simply unparalleled to any other educational activity. It was an engaging and exciting activity for all involved.
Students of Saupin’s School, Sector-70 Mohali registered a 46 run win over St. Xavier’s School, Sector 71 in Mohali Zone Under-14 Inter School Cricket Final held at Shishu Niketan School, Sector 66 on 6 August 2014. Saupin’s School, Mohali defeated Paragon School and Manav Mangal School on 5 August to reach in the Finals.
Batting first, Saupin’s School posted 75 runs at the loss of two wickets. Pavit Singh knocked off 35 runs in 13 balls and Gurmehar too was able to score 22 runs in 14 balls. With an impressive outing with the bat they were able to show their extraordinary talent and skill. Pavit hogged the limelight with three wickets giving away 7 runs . Gurmehar also took two wickets for 10 runs and was another outstanding performer.
St. Xavier’s started off really slowly as Saupin’s team gave them a run for money from the very beginning. Xavier’s team could not recover from the shaky start and could post a total of 29 runs for the loss of nine wickets. Cricket is indeed an art to chase. It was an exciting match and stamped its mark on the spectators. Headmistress Mrs Goldie Kapany congratulated the winners and appreciated them for their balanced combination of aggression, flair and cricketing nous. Keep aspiring high and playing the competitive cricket Saupin’s.
It is a matter of great pride that Saupin’s School, Sector-70, Mohali bagged the first prize in Mohali Zone Under-14 girls Inter School Chess Tournament, held on 8 August 2014 at Government School 3 B I. The girls chess team under 14 comprised of Jashanjot Kaur, Harleen, Kalash, Sukriti and Gurnaaz. The proud winners were awarded trophies. The Zonal rounds were held at Mohali reaching out to innumerable schools across the city. Saupin’s Mohali defeated Infant Jesus Phase-11 by 3-0 in the Semifinals and Manav Mangal School in Finals by 3-2 and qualified for the district tournament. Headmistress Mrs Goldie Kapany congratulated the proud winners and motivated them to scale new heights in the arena of sports.
The pre-primary wing of Saupin’s School, Mohali organized a rakhi making competition for the kids in the school premises. Little ones of UKG were seen engaged in creating beautiful rakhis. The bond of love between a brother and sister is one of the deepest and noblest emotions.’ Raksha Bandhan’ is a special occasion to celebrate this emotional bonding by tying a holy thread around the wrist. This thread, which pulsates with sisterly love and sublime sentiments, is called ‘Rakhi’. This ritual is observed on the full moon day of the Hindu month of ‘Shravan’.
The little ones were told about the different legends related to Rakhi and the importance of this festival. Rakhis were made from intertwined red, gold and silver threads and were adorned with beautifully crafted embroidered sequins, glittery beads. Some were personalised with pictures of a brother’s interest or hobbies. Some of them came with a simple poem for their brother or sister. They talked about their feeling for their brothers and sisters. The tiny little angels even talked about the colour of their brother’s hair and eyes, what makes him happy, and what makes him laugh.
This ritual not only strengthens the bond of love between brothers and sisters, but also transcends the confines of the family. Rituals like Rakhi, help ease out various societal strains, induce fellow-feeling, open up channels of expression and bring joy in our mundane life.