We the jessuites had organized a Diwali celebration program on 22 nd of October . All the students and teachers were very excited that day. Our school’s centre of attraction , our Swamiji’s photo was fully decorated with lights, candles, and artwork from eco-friendly products.our music teacher Mrs. Roopa taught few bhajans to the kindergarten children. We the teachers explained the significance of Diwali . Our honorable principal lighted the lamp and participated in the celebrations. We distributed the sweets and concluded the programme.
The doll festival is a way to be rooted to the traditions and introduce the new generation to the rich culture and mythology of the land. It is also a way to seek divine blessings and entertain the children during the Dasara festival.
We the kindergarten department, JSS PUBLIC SCHOOL had organised bombemane activity on 18 th of October during the class hours. We had requested the kids to bring dasara dolls and gathered many to arrange for 5 steps. All the children were in their traditional attire and we’re looking very beautiful . Parents were invited to view BOMBEMANE , we got good appreciation from the parent lot. The programme was concluded in the afternoon after the distribution of sweet.
In view of Azadi ka Amruth Mahotsav , a lot of activities were conducted like fancy dress competition, colour the given national flag, drawing and coloring of national flag and national fruit, drawing and coloring of national flag and national emblem, patriotic singing, essay writing, Elocution from 1st August to 6th August for all the classes ( kindergarten to x std). The children participated in the events with great zeal and patriotism. The prizes to the winners in these competitions were distributed on 15th August by the Chief Guest in the school premises.
The birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm, on this Janmashtami day, in India. Krishna Janmashtami, also known as Krishnashtami, is observed on the Ashtami tithi, the eighth day of the dark half or Krishna Paksha of the month of Shraavana.
On Friday , 18th of August 2022, the kindergarten children of JSS Public school celebrated Janmashtami. The students came traditionally dressed as Radha and Krishna. A splendidly colorful program was organized by the children and staff of the school; where students presented songs, dance performances.
Prasadam was organised by all the staff members.
Pooja rituals was done by our Sanskrit Teacher. Mr. Ganesh Bhat.
Over all programme went on very religiously.
Red! , The colour of love and smiles.
Kindergarten Jss public school. TI’s campus conducted ‘Red Day’ activity on 15th June, 2022 to introduce children into the mesmerizing realm of colours. The shades of red made our tiny tots feel bright, lively and cheerful.
‘Red’ colour symbolizes enthusiasm, life and vitality. The day started off with the colour red every- where red dress, red rose, red teddy, red car, red apples, red cherries, here a red………. there a red….. red red everywhere ……..our little ones spent a spectacular red day. Bulletin boards displayed red craft work made by the children.
The tiny tots looked stunning in their red outfits. Special assembly was conducted with emphasis on significance of red colour. The young ones sang Red Day song ‘My red balloon….’ ‘Apples are red… Roses are red…. I love red…red, red, red…’Red day
The Red day celebration was a wonderful learning activity which helped the children to sort and classify objects based on colours.
The Kindergarten section of JSS public School celebrated Blue Day on 18th July 2022. It was a pleasant and a cool blue day for the tiny tots.
The significance of blue colour was reiterated through a series of activities. The dress code of the day was blue. Both Kg teachers had decorated their classes taking the theme ‘ a rainy day’ on the wall, where as the clouds, raindrops, umbrellas, flowers were made in blue .
Excitement and enthusiasm was visible everywhere. All the children came dressed up in different shades of blue. The classrooms were decorated with blue balloons and children were introduced to different shades of blue.
Blue – the colour of loyalty, strength, wisdom and trust had a very positive impact on tiny tots bringing in harmony and brotherhood.
Clad in blue dresses, students were made to recognize blue colour through different games and play-way activities. An array of blue coloured objects like umbrella, ball, cloud, flowers etc. were at display thus providing the students opportunities to have a clear sense of the colour and its importance.
The little ones of KG made finger printing, and made a basket out of the print on top.
It was indeed a visual treat to see the good effects of blue colour on our little ones.