An Array of Colours
In honour of the country’s 75th Independence Day, an inter-house Rangoli competition was conducted on 16th August, for students of grade XI and XII on the topic ‘What freedom means to you’. After coming up with different ideas, each house assembled at the reception and took a total of 1 hour and 10 minutes to execute their ideas using vibrant colours of rangoli. They learnt the important skill of team work through this event, and it will definitely be a great memory for them.
Break the Pot, Win a Lot
In commemoration of the childhood antics of the Lotus-eyed Krishna, the grades IX, XI and XII geared up for the first matka breaking event held at school after 2 years. Spirits were suitably high, and healthy house rivalry was seen all around on August 22nd. The deafening cheer of all the students surrounding the auditorium mixed with the palpable nervousness of the four houses filled the air with infectious excitement. about which house would win. Girls and boys both participated in separate human pyramids to secure victory for their respective houses.
Pin up Board Contest
The Inter-House pin-up board contest saw the students of the four houses working together with passion, talent, sincerity and enthusiasm to decorate their respective house boards on the occasion of Independence Day. Each house depicted the events and changes that have taken place in India from 1947 to 2022.