Celebrating 100 Days of School

We celebrated our 100th Day at school on Monday, 1st February, 2010. It was a memorable event for all our students and teachers. Our primary students actually sat on the field in a position which read as “100” when viewed from the second floor!

As part of the celebration, each homeroom class from the primary department also arranged a game and activity for fellow primary students, as well as secondary students at the school. This took place during lunch time; there were attractive prizes as well for everyone who won in the games. In addition to this, students did projects and made posters based on the theme of 100 and showed them to their classmates, as well as parents. We had the privilege to invite our parents to view the exhibitions that were up in the classrooms. It was definitely a day to remember, and we look forward to celebrating another one next year.

Ms. Prerna

Head of Primary Department

Students sitting in the “100” position
Students sitting in the “100” position
A secondary student playing a game of “Rice Dice Calculation,” organized by Grade 4B students
A secondary student playing a game of “Rice Dice Calculation,” organized by Grade 4B students
Teachers, office staff and students play a “Dice Game,” organized by Grade 1 students
Teachers, office staff and students play a “Dice Game,” organized by Grade 1 students
A student writing numbers from 1 and up in 100 seconds, an event organized by the Grade 2 class
A student writing numbers from 1 and up in 100 seconds, an event organized by the Grade 2 class
A group of students playing “Bottle Bowling,” organized by Grade 5 students
A group of students playing “Bottle Bowling,” organized by Grade 5 students
A student aiming to hit the “Bulls Eye,” organized by Grade 3 class
A student aiming to hit the “Bulls Eye,” organized by the Grade 3 class
A student aiming to hit the bean bag in the correct spot, an activity organized by Grade 4A students
A student aiming to hit the bean bag in the correct spot, an activity organized by Grade 4A students
A grade one student showing her colorful pair of “100 glasses”
A grade one student showing her colorful pair of “100 glasses”
A grade two student showing his 100 Days project
A grade two student showing his 100 Days project
A grade five student  made 100 paper birds to represent 100 days at school
A grade five student made 100 paper birds to represent 100 days at school
One of our parents viewing what Grade 4A students’ lives will be 100 months from now
One of our parents viewing what Grade 4A students’ lives will be 100 months from now
Parents, teachers and students viewing the projects that were displayed in the Grade 5 classroom
Parents, teachers and students viewing the projects that were displayed in the Grade 5 classroom

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