On November 26 every year, India celebrates National Milk Day to commemorate the efforts of Dr Verghese Kurien, the brain behind the White Revolution. Dr Kurien played an instrumental role in the development of the dairy industry. His efforts also made India self-sufficient as far as its dairy needs were concerned. Students of classes I to V spoke lines about the importance of this day and spread awareness.
Guru Nanak Jayanti, also known as Gurpurab, is the most important festival for the followers of the religion of Sikhism. It is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Students with whole soul prayed and presented thoughts and speeches and dedicated to Gurunanak Dev Ji.
Acts of kindness can make the world a happier place for everyone. They can boost feelings of confidence, being in control, happiness and optimism. They may also encourage others to repeat the good deeds they've experienced themselves – contributing to a more positive community, students of classes I to V performed with speeches, songs, enacted etc. in special assembly on Importance of respect and kindness on 21st of November,23.
A special assembly was conducted for our tiny tots on 20.10.23 for Dussehra celebration in the school premises with great enthusiasm. They took turns to play-act a portion of the great epic, the Ramayana, and told the children why and how Dussehra is celebrated. The occasion was a learning experience for all and enriched the young ones about our heritage and culture.
"There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread."
Telling the importance of food, "World food day" was celebrated on 16th October.
Trees contribute to their environment by providing oxygen, improving air quality, climate amelioration, conserving water, preserving soil, and supporting wildlife.The students of primary wing performed with speeches, lines, stories and dance on the special assembly organised on 4th July on the topic "value of trees".
World Population Day aims to increase people's awareness on various population issues such as the importance of family planning, gender equality, poverty, maternal health and human rights. Students of class VI to VIII performed skit, song and lines on World Population Day with great zeal on 11th July 23.
World Nature Conservation Day is to conserve trees and animals that are on the verge of going extinct from the planet. Students of class VI to VIII performed Dance, Speeches, Song and Skit on World Nature Conservation Day with great zeal on 28th July 23.
An Investiture Ceremony was organized by Himalaya International School in its premises in which students of class 8th were assigned some prime responsibilities to shoulder. All the four houses selected their Captains and Vice-Captains who will be responsible for all kinds of Activities and Competitions for their respective individual houses. All the Committee Heads selected their respective student representatives to be assigned particular jobs on regular basis. Monitors of every class have got responsibility, they should take care of the class. The Head boy, Aniket and the Head girl, Tanisha, both hailing from class 8th A were chosen with common consensus with principal, teachers and students. All the prefects were feeling high and took pledge to perform their respective duties with utmost sincerity.
The theme for 2023 International Friendship Day is "Sharing the human spirit through friendship. This day signifies the importance of friendships in our life. Students dedicated lines, dances, songs and skit for their friends.
"Friendship Day is just an opportunity to let our friends know that we value their presence in our life." On 6th August Friendship Day is celebrated all over the world. To mark this day Nursery and Kg students celebrated friendship day. Students talked about importance of friends in life. They discussed the value of "sharing is caring". The day concluded with students hugging their friends virtually and Spoke quotes related to friends.
Biodiesel is a domestically produced, clean- burning, renewable substitute for petroleum diesel. Using biodiesel as a vehicle fuel improves air quality and the environment, increases energy security, and provides safety benefits. Students of class VI to VIII performed skit and lines on World Biodiesel Day.
Freedom in the mind,
Faith in the words...
Pride in our soul...
Let's salute the Nation on this auspicious day.
Independence Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and respect at Himalaya International School. Young Himalayan's performed on the patriotic dance numbers & spoke poem and importance of Independence Day.
Akshay Urja Diwas is aimed to raise awareness and also to educate the masses about the usage and benefits of renewable energy. Special assembly on Akshay Urja Diwas by the students of class VI to VIII.
"Sports are an enabler to an inclusive and fit society". Students performed different sports and told the importance of playing games and how to remain fit and healthy.
School celebrated the birth of Lord Krishna with full fervor and enthusiasm. Students from classes I to V performed dances, songs and poems and enjoyed remembering Lord Krishna. May this auspicious occasion of Shri Krishna Janmashtami bring a lot of positivity, peace and harmony to everyone's life. Happy Janmashtami to all.
'WORLD RED CROSS DAY' A special assembly was organised for students of Nursery and KG Class. They showcase their talent through Slogans with posters and showed A FIRST AID KIT and contributed various medical things like band-aid, cotton, dettol, ointment etc. with a motive to serve others in need. Through this activity children were given a message that by taking action through effective first aid, we can save countless lives n it's an act of humanism.
Educational trips provide students with a chance to think creatively and critically about the things they see and experience. With this thought in mind Himalaya International School organised an Educational Visit to Iskcon Temple on 12th May 2023 for the students of Class Nursery and KG.
The depth of the mother-child relationship is profound.
The students of Himalaya International School came up with different activities to celebrate Mother's Day. They made beautiful cards pouring their hearts into words, some of them prepared Rhymes and beautiful Dance performance for their mothers.
So let us begin by wishing all of our Lovely Mother's a very Happy Mother's Day.
"Colours always fascinate all of us. It enlivens our environment and is an integral part of our lives".
Purple Colour Day was celebrated to make our kids aware of how colours add beauty to things around them. Purple colour represents the future, the imagination, dreams, and spirituality, and it helps calm the emotions. Some tiny tots dressed beautifully in purple, brought purple-coloured objects like toys, balloons, vegetables, bag, hanky etc. with them. Colour mixing activity, doing purple colour class activities helped children explore their creativity. The blooming buds of Himalaya International School also learnt about secondary colour.