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Republic Day Activities by the students

Since students were not supposed to gather in school on Republic Day, they displayed their spirit of nationality within the activities allotted to them class wise. They prepared articles depicting tricolour as the main theme.
Class I students drew tricolour; Class II drew national symbols and wrote few lines on them. Fancy dress was organized for students of classes III – V, where they dressed up like any national leader or in tricolour. They were also given an option to prepare any tricolour themed food or make tricolour rangoli or tricoloured paper badges or flowers. Few made National Flag using various materials and few prepared National symbols and spoke few lines on them. They were also given an option to make National Bird using some craft materials and share video and pictures. The active participation of the students of all the classes displayed their love for the country, Our Motherland, India.

Since students were not supposed to gather in school on Republic Day, they displayed their spirit of nationality within the activities allotted to them class wise. They prepared articles depicting tricolour as the main theme.
Class I students drew tricolour; Class II drew national symbols and wrote few lines on them. Fancy dress was organized for students of classes III – V, where they dressed up like any national leader or in tricolour. They were also given an option to prepare any tricolour themed food or make tricolour rangoli or tricoloured paper badges or flowers. Few made National Flag using various materials and few prepared National symbols and spoke few lines on them. They were also given an option to make National Bird using some craft materials and share video and pictures. The active participation of the students of all the classes displayed their love for the country, Our Motherland, India.

Since students were not supposed to gather in school on Republic Day, they displayed their spirit of nationality within the activities allotted to them class wise. They prepared articles depicting tricolour as the main theme.
Class I students drew tricolour; Class II drew national symbols and wrote few lines on them. Fancy dress was organized for students of classes III – V, where they dressed up like any national leader or in tricolour. They were also given an option to prepare any tricolour themed food or make tricolour rangoli or tricoloured paper badges or flowers. Few made National Flag using various materials and few prepared National symbols and spoke few lines on them. They were also given an option to make National Bird using some craft materials and share video and pictures. The active participation of the students of all the classes displayed their love for the country, Our Motherland, India.

January 24, 2021

Road Safety Week

‘Road Safety Week’ is observed throughout the country every year in the month of January in order to highlight and emphasize the need for safe roads. However, this year, instead of Road Safety Week, Road Safety Month will be observed from 18th January 2021 to 17th February 2021 on the theme ‘Sadak Suraksha, Jeevan Raksha’. Sophia School, contributed to the cause by taking up online-activities (Posters/Slogans/Paintings/Essays/Quiz/Debate) to promote the concept and become a part of the advocacy campaign for road safety.

 Class 6-  traffic light on A4 sheet.

Class 7- Traffic Symbols on Chart.

Class 8- Prepare a video on Road safety.

Class 9- Poster on road safety.

Slide preparation by 10 class students from each section on road safety.

Essay writing for class XI and XII

( ROAD SAFETY AND IT'S IMPORTANCE) or

THE IMPORTANCE OF ROAD  SAFETY PRODUCTS TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES

January 18, 2021

Vivekanand Jayanti - National Youth Day.

National Youth Day was observed in Sophia Sr Sec School, Bikaner.

To honour the many contributions of swami Vivekanand his birth anniversary is celebrated on 12th January as National Youth Day.

The main objective behind the celebrations is to propgate the philosophy and ideals of Swami Vivekanand and promote rational thinking among the youth of the country.

Students of Class I was given ‘slogan writing’, Class II – Drawing and Class III – Sketches and slogans of Vivekananda. Classes IV and V students narrated Slogans and Speeches on Swami Vivekananda and his ideologies, during online classes. Class IX  participated in Essay writing, Poem writing and Painting competitions.

January 12, 2021

LKG ADMISSION 2021-22

LKG ADMISSION 2021-22

January 05, 2021

CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES 

Christmas is a season of love ,harmony and celebration .A celebration rejoicing the birth of baby Jesus who is the symbol of joy , love and hope for mankind. 
It is Christmas in the heart that puts Christmas in the air and to fill the air with this spirit of Christmas our students here in Sophia engaged themselves in different activities like


 1.Christmas symbol making (star, Bells,joysticks,  Santa Claus ,Christmas tree and Christmas gifts) with messages.(Classes VI and VII)

2.Candle decoration(Class VIII)

3.Wreath making (Class IX)

4.Christmas hangings (Class X)


5. Christmas door decoration (class XI)


6.Christmas card making(Class XII)


 All these activities were so beautifully and artistically done that it created a heavenly feeling of Christmas glory.

December 12, 2020

FIT INDIA SCHOOL WEEK 

FIT INDIA SCHOOL WEEK 
(7th DECEMBER 2020 TO 12th      DECEMBER 2020)

In order to encourage students to inculcate physical activities and sports in their everyday and daily routine life , a 'FIT INDIA SCHOOL WEEK' celebration was organised in the second week of December from 7th December to 12th December under  the program FIT  INDIA  MOVEMENT .
Our students active participation in various activities reflected their inclination towards a Healthy Lifestyle .
The following activities  undertaken 
1.Surya Namaskar 
2.Free hand exercise
3. Poster making on the theme' Hum fit toh India fit '
4.Speech on the topic 'Get fit don't quit'
These activities were very beneficial for students as it vitalised them mentally, physically and spiritually. 

December 07, 2020

Constitution Day

The 71th Anniversary of the adoption of our Constitution was celebrated by our school, as 'The Constitution Day 'on November 26th, 2020. All the students and teachers reaffirmed their commitment to the Indian Constitution by taking the pledge to honor and remember the father of Constitution,Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar the architect of the Indian constitution .Class wise various activities were conducted including reading of the Preamble in Hindi and English ,  the relevance of the values propagated by the constitution  were taken up as discussion during   the online classes .

November 26, 2020

Diwali with co-workers

Diwali is the festival of good over evil, the emergence of light over darkness. It is something that all of us can currently relate to and to celebrate hope over despair. To keep up with the spirit of celebrations, the school management decided to spread cheer among its co-workers and the drop out kids coming for the coaching by sharing gifts , sweets and ration items with them .All of them seemed elated and grateful for the love and generosity shown

November 12, 2020

Humanity Service

Sophians always believe in service before self this Diwali also saw the  students of classes VI to XII collecting various items like soap, dal, rice tea, sugar atta and all such household items and distributing them among the less fortunate people residing in various parts of the city thus giving these poor  hope and respite from their  difficult lives and motivating them to look forward to a better year.

November 11, 2020

National Education Day

According to the guidelines of COVID 19, Sophia senior secondary school celebrated  the birth Anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the great freedom fighter, eminent educationist and the first Union Minister of Education. The school organised poster making and slogan writing competition highlighting the importance of education on November 11, 2020. A speech was also delivered by Ishita Beri of class 8th on role played by education. Necessary arrangements for the celebration of the National Education Day was done virtually strictly adhering to the guidelines issued by the government of India for prevention of spread of COVID 19.

November 11, 2020