Noida, August 27, 2021: With our relentless pursuit to provide an equal opportunity to celebrate all festivities, an online assembly was conducted by the Pre-Primary and Primary Departments to celebrate the festival of Janmashtami - a festival celebrating the birth of Lord Krishna, via Zoom platform on August 27, 2021.
The online assembly started with a melodious bhajan in praise of Lord Krishna, followed by informative PPT, videos, and stories on the childhood and preachings of Lord Krishna. Enthralling dance performances by the students kept up the spirit of celebrating the birth and life of Lord Krishna. The students enjoyed the spiritual odyssey.
Pre-Primary and Primary teachers addressed the students, conveying the importance of celebrating festivals. They also highlighted that Lord Krishna is best known and understood through his ‘song celestial’, the Bhagavad Gita as this book is a source of enlightenment for all.
The students thoroughly enjoyed the celebration and learnt the importance of our rich cultural heritage well-translated through the festivities.
Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, is one of the most important festivals in Indian religions. It symbolises the spiritual "victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance". The festival is widely associated with conflagrations between good and evil entities.
With holy dress the festive hall Prepare the song, the feast, the ball To welcome merry Christmas. - William Robert Spencerf
Noida, December 24, 2021: Christmas is the festival that inspires the spirit of sharing and caring. Soaking in the spirit of Christmas, the students of classes Nursery to V celebrated the festival via the virtual platform - Zoom - on 24th December 2021.
A special webinar was conducted for the parents and the students of classes Nursery to II to spread the Christmas cheer. The fun-filled morning and merry-making began with an informative talk on the importance of celebrating Christmas. The students dressed up in red costumes and wore reindeer headgears. They enjoyed the online story narration about the birth of Jesus Christ, by the teachers. Peppy Christmas songs and melodious carols were a complete show stealer and left the audience spellbound.
The students of classes III to V were dressed in all shades of red, white, and green with a Santa cap. Students had set up a nice Christmas corner with material readily available at home like empty boxes wrapped as gifts, ribbons, glitters, stars, bells, stockings, fancy lights on the Christmas tree, and the Christmas decorations. Teachers played informative videos about the birth of Jesus Christ and instilled the values of exchanging good wishes, sharing, family bonding, and spreading goodness all around. Students enjoyed making beautiful greeting cards, papercraft angels, and Santa. They decorated them with a selection of Christmas snowmen, trees, sugar candies, and other Christmas ornaments. The programme culminated with the singing of carols which are symbolic of hope, happiness, and a wish for a prosperous and Happy New Year for all and the world at large.
The day concluded with students wishing each other and the teachers ‘Merry Christmas’. The parents appreciated the efforts of the school in organizing such a wonderful event for the students.
Rudra Global School, Noida celebrated the 72nd Republic Day with immense patriotic fervour and zeal through an online platform. A plethora of activities were organised to infuse the spirit of unity, brotherhood and patriotism among the students.
The students of the Pre-Primary Wing made an Indian tricolour flag as a craft activity. They also decorated a corner in the house with tricolour balloons and eco-friendly rangoli. The students were also sensitised about the National Bravery Awards which are given to kids from all over India for their meritorious acts of bravery.
The students of the Primary Department presented soulful songs and dance to celebrate the monumental day. They were shown informative videos, reiterating the importance of the Drafting Committee headed by Dr B.R. Ambedkar.
The students of the Middle & Senior Departments presented videos showcasing the history and significance of Republic Day followed by a motivational talk highlighting the duties & rights of citizens. A Poetry Writing Competition w as also organised for the students of classes VI-XII to commemorate the Republic Day.
School Principal - Mr. Nagender Singh inspired the students with their motivational words and told all the students to abide by the constitution of their motherland and fulfill all their duties as responsible citizens. The event concluded with the rendition of the National Anthem.