Updated: Oct 30, 2021
Rangoli Making Competition
During Diwali festival, our Gajera Vidyabhavan Sachin has conducted Rangoli Making Competition for Sr. KG. In this competition Students made different types of Rangoli. Keeping up with this thought, the talent and creativity of the students was well brought out at Gajera School. Rangoli is a traditional form that brightens up an occasion and is believed to be harbinger of good luck. Beautiful patterns are created on the floor using coloured rice, flowers, coloured sand or paints. Making Rangoli is an art and many people love to make it. In such a way, the first major advantage of making Rangoli is that you feel very positive while making it and this process decreases your stress. Rangoli, made from different colours and flowers that creates positive energy in your home and surroundings. It makes the mind pleasant and the atmosphere becomes positive. It also affects your health.
Diya Decoration Competition
Diwali is one of the most beautiful festivals of India. In this festival, everything looks beautiful and lit up under the charisma of lights and diyas.
To light up the spirits of the little ones with the festive mood, Diya Decoration Competition was conducted for JR.KG at Gajera Vidyabhavan Sachin. The children participated with a lot of enthusiasm and decorated the diyas splendidly and exquisitely.
The children enthusiastically took part in the competition and came up with some very interesting ideas. They displayed their creativity by beautifully decorating Diyas with colours and glitters. It was an absolute pleasure and a great experience for all our learners who were the reasons for making the event a great success. Learners also learnt about the significance of lighting Diyas on Diwali.
Joy Of Giving
There is a common conception that the best, easiest, and most sustainable way to get rid of your old, outdated, or broken items is by donating them to others.Where poor people cannot buy new clothes or have lost their personal belongings in a fire or other disaster, people in need really benefit when we donate our clothes. Gajera Vidyabhavan, Sachin during Diwali celebrations held a program at Sachin in which students donated their old clothes to the homeless and other deprived people.
Out little Gajerians have taken pledge on the occasion of Diwali Festival to follow good habits like to avoid junk food, be obedient, Follow instructions of teachers and parents.
o Helping students discover the joy of learning, thinking, innovating, and creating
o Helping students to take more responsibility and assume ownership over their learning.
o Encouraging students to learn continuously.
o Helping Students learning from failure and teach students that failure is a valuable part of the learning process.
o Helping students develop self-confidence and self-discipline
o Discussing and modeling qualities like honesty, hard work, respect, and integrity.
o Affirming Student’s respectful attitude, responsible behavior, and quality work.
During Diwali Festival, We showed short film on the life of Lord Rama show to students. Then Students had Dabba party and Dance. Due to it, skill of sharing developed in students. They learned to have healthy food instead of junk food. Students enjoyed different dishes by sharing their dabba with other students.