Amidst Pandemic our young MMPians of Pre Primary Sections had a lot to do at their home.
Never complaining of not going to School & enjoying every bit of each activity given by their Facilitators....
Rocking heart throbs!!!!!!
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Washing your hands is easy, and it’s one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of germs. Clean hands can stop germs from spreading from one person to another and throughout an entire community. To spread this awareness, students were not only asked to prepare posters displaying preventive measures but also to make videos showing the correct steps of hygiene. Proper hand washing is important in preventing the spread of communicable disease. Proper hand washing is not just a quick cold rinse of the hands. It requires 20 seconds of your time, warm water, soap (liquid is best) and some devoted scrubbing. This means washing around tips of fingers, fingernails, and the web, as well as the front and back of your hands. The dirtier the hands, the longer the wash time. Use the paper towel to turn off the faucet handle. This reduces the risk of picking up bacteria from the handle. Students participated actively in this activity.
“We wash our hands to keep them clean..
The cleanest hands you've ever seen !
Use soap and water-that's the way
To chase those yolky germs away!”
“There’s no quarantine on learning.”
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a new virus. As our honourable Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi urges us to stay at home for our sake. The little MMPians are still connected with their school by staying at their home as the above quotation says itself. Yoga is a practice that connects the body, breath, and mind. It uses physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation to improve overall health. Therefore, it was the best way to engage our students to be healthy in the time of this pandemic. The students are doing yoga at their home and keeping them fit and strong.
It was quite enriching and productive work given to students.
It was a moment of immense pleasure when Mohit Gupta of class VII was awarded a Consolation Prize of Rs. 5000/ at ‘Saksham’ a National Level Poster Making Competition organized by Petroleum Conservation Research Association.
A special appreciation message by Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Minister of Steel, was also received by the school for participation in ‘Saksham’ a nationwide campaign to promote mass awareness on fuel conservation organized by Petroleum Conservation Research Association.
Students and school fee motivated not only to participate but also to spread awareness about Energy conservation. Principal Ma’am congratulated students and appreciated them about their knowledge on energy conservation.
“Women are the largest untapped reservoir of talent in the world.”
To create awareness on an inconceivable idea about non-existence of universe without the existence of women, International Women’s Day was celebrated in the school on 7th March 2020 amidst dignitaries in auditorium with great fervor. The program commenced with the lamp lightning ceremony by our respected Principal Ma’am Mrs. Rooma Pathak, Revered Director Sir Mr. Somesh Rishi Pathak along with the Chief Guest of day Ms. Meenu Mehta – Chairperson, Child Welfare Committee1 (Bench of Magistrates) at Govt. of NCT of Delhi , Mr. Inderpal Singh- Bollywood actor, writer and campaigner, Mr. Anil Nadir- CEO of Centre for Total Nutrition , Mr. Vijay Mittal - Pathologist and Mr. Sunil Bansal. All the distinguished guests were felicitated with Mementos by our honorable Sir and Ma’am which was later followed by interactive session with Chief Guest who enlightened the teachers about child welfare and their rights. The knowledge of the teachers was also enhanced through interactive talks with doctors on obesity and nutrition. Hilarious and lighter moments were created among all the teachers by Bollywood actor Mr. Inderpal Singh and Hindi poet K.K. Rajasthani through their noteworthy poems and jokes.
The assiduous teachers took back with them a reservoir of ideas and learnings on this International Women’s Day. The teachers felt grateful to Principal Ma’am for this wonderful celebration. The spectacular and memorable program concluded with vote of thanks. Thus, there could have been a no better culmination of Women’s Day.
The youngsters of Grade 1 participated in the most memorable event of the session i.e. “SCIENCE SPECTRUM” on 7th Feb 2020. It was indeed an array of event pertaining to different questions related to Environmental Science, which the children learnt the entire year. The programme got underway with a preliminary round where in 15 children were selected from each section of Grade 1 on 6th Feb 20’. Further the selected contestants of each class move ahead for the Intra Class Competition which was held on 7th Feb 2020. Principal Ma’am applauded the performance of each group and urged the participants to develop a scientific temper for pursuing knowledge on Environmental study as it is equally important like academics.
On the whole, “SCIENCE SPECTRUM” was thoroughly enjoyable and a learning experience for all the students.
“Jazz and Jive is not just music and dance, It’s the way of life, It’s the way of thinking” ---------- Nina Simone
A lively and uninhibited variational environment was created in the premise of M.M.P.S for the youngsters of Grade U.K.G. As a special Jazz and Jive day was organized for students wherein, they learnt and enjoyed various dances like Rock and Roll, Swing and Roll, Contemporary, Hip Hop etc.
Children also learnt about various Western Musicians like Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Shakira etc. They also learnt about various musical instruments like Bass Guitar, Drum, Fiddle, Bonjo etc.
It was indeed a day of learning beyond academics.
Amateur Soft Tennis Association of Delhi organized 13th Sub-Junior National Soft Tennis Championship 2020 (Boys and Girls) at M.M. PUBLIC from 5th to 9th February 2020 in association with Namaste India Milk, Plaza, Fit India, RCL, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Sports Authority of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports Government of India And Amateur Soft Tennis Federation of India.
The event comprises of 22 states with 400+ participants. Daksh Gupta and Harish Gopal of class IX won Bronze Medal in Under-15 Boys category in Team event and Daksh Gupta also bagged Bronze Medal in Mix Doubles event too.
Principal Ma’am, Mrs. Rooma Pathak congratulated both and motivated them to achieve more laurels for their selves, school and the Nation.