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To discover the undiscovered talents and innovative students, Art exhibition and competitions are regularly organized. It is about encouraging, nurturing and showcasing every child's natural creative flair. Through these contests students learn to explore the extent of their imagination and express themselves without any fear. Some of young artist’s of our school, who are too young to even understand the meaning of life, have achieved the greater levels of creativity and refinement.





CHARKHA COLOURING - September 20, 2019


The charkha, or spinning wheel, was the physical embodiment and symbol of Gandhi’s constructive program. For Gandhi ji, charkha was a symbol of both individual and collective autonomy and integrity. A charkha colouring activity was conducted for students of classes Nursery to III. Kids these days look up to fashion so much that they are unaware of the charkha (spinning wheel) and also have no idea what khadi fabric means. Teachers introduced them to the charkha and how it is used to spin fibre into yarn. Students recognized the importance of charkha in the making of Khadi cloth. The little artists then unleashed their creative thoughts and ideas on drawing sheets. Their enthusiasm was quite visible in their artistic work.



PAINTING COMPETITION - September 30,2019


Continuing the festival of birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, a Painting and Colouring Activity was organized in the school. It was not a competition rather a great occasion to show respect to the noble man through paintings. This activity motivated children to express their views and explore their creativity through their art work. The activity was held in two phases one for classes Nursery to III and the other from IV to XII. Students filled magic with their colours in Painting competition. Both days event was successful and the energy of children was really extraordinary.



CARD MAKING ACTIVITY - October 24, 2019


Diwali- ‘The festival of Lights’ is celebrated across India. The name ‘Deepawali’ literally means an ‘array of lights’. To make the students understand the importance of Diwali, the Pre Primary Department organised a ‘Diwali Card Making Activity’, on October 24, 2019. In this activity, the teachers explained the importance of Diwali, a festival that spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. Children decorated diyas with colors and glitter. The bright splash of colours on paper symbolised the spirit of festivity and excitement that was just around the corner. The students participated enthusiastically in the activity as it gave them an opportunity to showcase their creativity.



Metro Pillars


To reach out to communities…stretch our limits and promote innovative platforms in school for knowledge and growth… the Art department is doing a project with Delhi Metro Rail Corporation wherein our students are guided to enhance the aesthetics of metro pillars by the medium of mural using small ceramic tiles. Theme for the same is ‘Lost Art Forms of India’- which includes Warli, Madhubani, Kalamkari, Traditional Dance forms, Traditional Instruments, Heritage sites, etc. It fulfills a variety of functions within that public sphere, providing opportunities for : artistic self-expression; community dialogue; education and enjoyment; inspiring participation in appreciation and creation of art; community problem solving; enhancement of the physical infrastructure and environment; and celebration and transformation of place. It can provide a new way to experience the city enhancing the aesthetics of that place.


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