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Promoting Afforestation

Promoting Afforestation

The poster making competition was much welcomed, as it was for a good cause – Promoting Afforestation. We used one-sided papers to save our beloved, one and only planet. Truly, for all of us, it wasn’t a competition. Regardless of who wins, everyone’s a winner deep down, contributing for such a cause.

- Aaghya Bafna S, grade VII

Hands on Tye and Dye, Pottery Workshop

Hands on Tye and Dye, Pottery Workshop

The Art department of Hari Shree facilitated a Pottery and Tye & Dye workshop for parents as part of Varnajala, the Annual Art Exhibition.

A Step in the Right Direction

A Step in the Right Direction

An orientation for students seeking admission to class XI was conducted. This session helped the parents and students understand the admission procedure, subjects offered and the possible combinations at the ISC level in Hari Shree.

 

Bhagavad Gita Chanting

Bhagavad Gita Chanting

Bhagavad Gita Day was celebrated in January. Children recited shlokas from the scripture, listened to stories and also participated in a quiz. It was a proud moment for Ms.Visalakshi and all the Acharyas who had volunteered to help children learn these shlokas.

Read Aloud Day

Read Aloud Day

This day was a new experience as we heard about the Read Aloud Day for the first time. It was like old times, where we got to sit together in a circle and cherish the moment with our classmates as our Acharya read captivating stories. With great involvement, we along with our acharya, were deeply engrossed throughout the session. We thoroughly enjoyed this day and are looking forward to more such sessions.

- Advika K, grade VII

Junior Campus Sports Carnival

Junior Campus Sports Carnival

The smell of buttery popcorn, brightly-coloured game stalls and excited voices of the children drew everyone to Hari Shree grounds. It was the Junior Campus Sports Carnival that brightened up a Saturday morning. The children explored various fun-filled games, relished tasty snacks and enjoyed with friends on the bouncing castle. This summed up a beautiful and vibrant day.

Overflowing Prosperity

Overflowing Prosperity

Amidst great fervour and enthusiasm, it was a traditional Pongal, the Hari Shree way. The grounds became a village courtyard decorated with rangoli and thoranams. The excitement on everyone’s faces turned to sheer joy at the sight of the cow and calf. Our Principal, acharyas and akkas and annas performed the pooja, to invoke the blessings of the Sun God at this auspicious time. Every minute detail was attended to, including worshipping the cow, cooking pongal in a vengala panai and distributing sugar cane to our students. The cultural programs in Tamil presented by our students made it a delightful day. At the end of the day we got to eat juicy sugarcane and lip smacking sakkarai pongal.

 

India is the Song we must Sing

India is the Song we must Sing

India’s 71st Republic Day was celebrated with much patriotic splendour at Hari Shree. The celebrations began by hoisting the national flag and singing the national anthem. Everyone present recited the National Pledge. This was followed by performances scheduled for the day.

The repertoire included speeches in Sanskrit, Tamil and Hindi, a Bharatanatyam dance and foot-tapping musical performance. It was a memorable day filled with patriotism, pride and enjoyment.

Utsav in High School

Utsav in High School

Utsav was an eye-opening experience. We learnt so much about our culture, its significance and how helpful it is in shaping who we are as a country today. The research topics we picked were varied and very interesting. Mr. Siddharth and Ms. Lakshmi were of great help in guiding and giving us very effective tips on collating our project ideas and improving upon them. Utsav gave us the opportunity to understand some lesser known but interesting aspects of our culture. Our mentor teachers extended their continued support.

- Dheekshanya A, grade XI

Heading towards Board Examinations

Heading towards Board Examinations

Auspicious pooja and seeking blessings from the Almighty, acharyas and parents before the Board exams.