On February 13, 2019, the students of L.K.G and U.K.G and class I visited the MUGHAL GARDEN to enjoy the flora of the garden. The beautiful flower beds were a treat for the eyes.
The fragrance in the air and its freshness was captivating. Children visited the Herbal garden, Bonsai Garden, Spiritual Garden and Bio-diversity Park within the Estate. It was really beautiful garden with breathtaking surroundings. The Musical Fountain also added to the beauty of Garden.
This trip really refreshed the students and they had an experimental learning about nature.
Classes L.K.G to 1 visited the Dominos outlet recently and experienced the entire process of pizza making. Each child got a chance to make their own pizza by taking the dough, adding cheese and topping and finally they were taught how to cut, pack and label the ready pizza. They were also provided with a mini-meal for a complete
Dominos indulgence of tasty pizza and garlic bread. The MMPians were also felicitated with certificates, declaring them to be certified as JUNIOR PIZZA MAKERS. The visit to the Domino's Pizza outlet was enjoyed by all.
Keeping this object in mind a long day excursion was organized for the students of class VI to IX on 13 Oct'2018 to Mojoland. The staff members of Mojoland warmly welcomed the teachers and the students. Students were amazed by the thrilling rides and rain dance. But the activity that attracted the students the most was the wave pool. Despite of the heat, the students had an awesome time and enjoyed greatly. The students also relished the delicious Indian food. Thus, the day was quite rejuvenating, exciting and unforgettable for the students.
To not only inculcate the moral values but also to aware the students about the life of "Father of the Nation - Mahatma Gandhi" a visit to National Gandhi Museum was organized on 4 Oct 2018 for the students of class VII and VIII. The national gallery included the information on personal belonging and the memorable journey of Mahatma Gandhi. The students were greatly thrilled when they witnessed personal lifestyle of great political leader. The students were also shown a short documentary film on the life of Mahatma Gandhi which highlighted his contribution in freedom struggle. Thus the visit was an enriching learning experience which instilled the sense of nationalism among the students.
To enhance the knowledge of the students about the majestic ancient architecture of India, an educational trip to Jama Masjid and Red Fort was organized for the students of class VII on 8 Oct 2018. These two places are not only architecturally beautiful but also remembered as one of the important era of freedom struggle. The students learnt a lot through this visit and gained great knowledge about these historical epoch. Thus, the trip was highly informative and enriching.
To bring back the lost zest of life, a day-long excursion was organized to MOJOLAND (Murthal) on 6th October 2018 for the classes Xth to XIIth. Students and staff members were welcomed by the staff of Mojoland. Students enjoyed incredible range of recreational activities like variety of slides, rain dance and wave pool were the specialties that attracted the students. They not only enjoyed but also had delicious Indian food. It was an unforgettable, exciting and fun-filled day out for the students.
"Temples are a big part of our culture and tradition."
To receive blessings from the Almighty and to get a new perspective, students of classes I -V visited the ISKCON TEMPLE, Punjabi Bagh. All the teachers and staff members accompanied little MMPians. They reached the temple by school buses and spent their entire day in the serene and quiet environment of the temple. They chanted the mantra of Hare Rama Hare Krishna. The priest asked the pupils about the life of Krishna. Students enthusiastically answered all the questions. Teachers and students worshipped various deities. Everyone came back happily with a soulful and spiritual experience.
From very ancient time, Science and History were closely associated with each other. To enlighten the students about the above concept, a visit was organized on Monday, 13 August 2018 to Jantar Mantar. The students were very eager to see the scientific monument. When they saw Sundials and different Yantras, they were wonderstruck. The children were very curious to know the history of the monument and asked many interesting questions which were satisfied with by the History teachers. Thus the visit was highly beneficial for the students as they not only learnt about the importance of monuments, its preservation but also about the scientific temperament of the people hundreds of years ago.
A visit to Humayun Tomb was organized on 10 August for class VIII students. The students not only gathered useful information about this great architectural monument but it was also a golden opportunity for them to quench their thirst of knowledge about our rich heritage. All in all it was a memorable trip.
A picnic was organized for the students of classes L.K.G to I to Chowkidhani, Sonepat on February 3rd, 2018. All students and teachers were welcomed in a traditional way. There were many skill games for students. Students enjoyed camel ride, horse ride and bullock cart ride. The environment was depicting life in Rajasthan village. The students and teachers were served delicious typical Rajasthani Thali with lassi and sweets after it. This picnic turned out to be refreshing as well as adventurous for students and they had a charming retreat as they discovered the vibrant culture of typical Indian village.
To celebrate the festival of joy and happiness a visit to church was organized for students of class L.K.G to V on 26 and 27 December 2017. The students were excited to see the church decorated with bells, caps and stars. They all sang classic Christmas carol and also took a round of the church. The father of the church also enlightened the student about the value of this festival and how it should be celebrated. Thus the visit was very exciting and informative.
A picnic was organized for the students of classes II-V to Chowkidhani, Sonepat on 16 December 2017. All students and teachers were welcomed in a traditional way. There were many skill games for students. Students enjoyed camel ride, horse ride and bullock cart ride. The environment was depicting life in Rajasthan village. The students and teachers were served delicious typical Rajasthani Thali with lassi and sweets after it. This picnic turned out to be refreshing as well as adventurous for students and they had a charming retreat as they discovered the vibrant culture of typical Indian village.
To shed the pre-occupation and to seek pleasure, a picnic was organized to Lohagarh Farms, Gurugram on 16th December 2017 for class X. All were welcomed in a traditional way. Students enjoyed various activities like camel riding, tug of war, pottery making, bullock ride, trolley ride, mud bath, charkha, etc. Children danced on Bollywood numbers and a sumptuous breakfast and lunch was provided. Students had a charming retreat as they discovered the vibrant culture of typical Indian village.
"Rejuvenation brings Relaxation."
Trips and excursions break the monotony and add zing and zeal to life. With this objective the teachers comprising in the group of forty five headed by Principal Ma'am Mrs. Rooma Pathak were taken for a trip to pink city Jaipur for two days. The teachers left from Delhi at 6 am in the morning on Saturday 9 Dec. 2017 and after reaching Jaipur checked in three star hotels. They went for a shopping spree to Bapu bazar and Johari bazar followed by dancing on DJ at night in the hotel premises. The next day on Sunday teachers were taken to Birla Mandir, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal and later on to the most famous Amer Fort and finally reached Delhi duly refreshed and recharged.
Thus the trip was not only entertaining but also a rewarding experience under the able guidance and sharing of precious moments with the Principal Madam.
To promote relaxation among the students, a picnic was organized to Lohagarh Farms, Gurugram on 18th November 2017 for the class VI-IX. All were welcomed in a traditional way. Students enjoyed various activities like camel riding, tug of war, pottery making, bullock ride, trolley ride, mud bath, charkha, etc. A sumptuous breakfast and lunch was provided to the students as well as staff. Students had a charming retreat as they discovered the vibrant culture of typical Indian village.
Students of classes L.K.G to V were taken for Gurudwara visit on October 30th, 2017. The head Granthi of the Gurudwara told them about Guru Nanak Dev Ji and his teachings of life. Students enthusiastically participated in the prayer and also enchanted the guru mantra which echoed in the atmosphere. Kadah prasad was also given to students.
M.M Public School organized a blithsome excursion to Appu Ghar Water Park, Gurugram on 28th October 2017 for the students of class XI and XII. Trip began as per schedule with great zeal. Students after reaching the spot dispersed into their groups and tried the fun and thrilling water rides. They also enjoyed the lip smacking food served to them in the Food Court. The evening wrapped up by proving to be fun, adventurous and thrilling for all the students. They came back refreshed and rejuvenated to school. This was a cool retreat to the students.
To overcome their monotonous routine, the students and teachers visited Pachmarhi , a hill station in Madhya Pradesh recently . It was a wonderful experience of journey by train running through the lush green fields as well as busy cities. Students enjoyed in the lap of nature as Pachmarhi is situated in the Reserved Satpura Forest Range and has variety of natural vegetation and beautiful natural rock cut temples and caves. The touring students and teachers visited the famous Pandav Caves , Bison Lodge , Bade Mahadev, Silver Falls Apsara Falls , Dhoop Garh , Rajender Giri , Reechgarh , Jata Shankar.
To give a religious feeling and to make the students experience the true meaning of the Janamashtami, a visit to Iskcon temple was organized for classes LKG to V in Second week August, 2017. During the visit the children took a tour of the temple and explored the beautiful carvings of Lord Krishna on the walls of the temple. They not only participated in the kirtan but also enchanted the famous mantra of Lord Krishna. Before leaving the students enjoyed the Prasad of khichdi. Thus the trip was devotional and memorable.
To overcome boredom and dreariness of routine life of the students, the school organized a picnic to Worlds of Wonder (WoW), Noida on Saturday, 5th November 2016 for classes X to XII. The students were excited to go along with their friends and teachers. Students had a gala time during their journey. They enjoyed all the rides in the adventure park and played many games and won prizes. Everyone enjoyed the meals together. Students danced and enjoyed on the beats of Bollywood numbers. Rain dance was the centre of attraction. Students were unwilling to leave the place. The trip was adventurous, enriching and memorable for all the students and teachers. All in all it was refreshing and relaxing trip.
To develop the feeling of spirituality among the students of class LKG to V a visit to Gurudwara was organized by the school on November 4, 2016. Students paid homage to the holy book of the Sikhs Guru Granth Sahib by covering their heads. Students enthusiastically participated in the prayer and also enchanted the guru mantra which echoed in the atmosphere. It developed the religious fervor in the students. At the end students were delighted to receive the Prasad. All in all it was an enriching experience for the students as they were enlightened with the knowledge of ten Sikh gurus.
M.M.P.S. decided to organize a visit to DOMINO's for the students of class I A ON 18th OCT. 2016 and I B on 20th OCT. 2016. The visit turned out to be very interesting for the students as they helped the crew members for the preparation of pizza. They tried their hands in preparing the pizza from making the dough till finishing it with toppings. But, the most interesting part was the baking. All in the entire visit turned out to be fascinating and refreshing for the students. They were given certificates and at last they shared the pizza and enjoyed the flavours. Through this visit they gained confidence and value of sharing.
A visit to ISKON temple was organized for classes L.K.G. to V on 23rd August 2016. Since Janmashtami is round the corner so this visit turned out to be more exciting for the students. During the visit children took a tour of temple and saw the beautiful carvings of Lord Krishna. The story of Lord Krishna was also narrated to the students. Students enthusiastically participated in the kirtan and enchanted the mantra of Krishna. In the end students were served Prasad of Khichdi which all students relished to their heart?s content. All in all it has been devotional and memorable visit which students thoroughly enjoyed.
Students of class IV visited Nainital Bank in their neighborhood. Students learnt about the working procedure of the Bank. They met staff members and observed the working at different counters properly. Students questioned the officials there about the working and understood much of the things. They also visited ATM (Automatic Teller Machine) and learnt the quickest mode of receiving the money and formalities related to it. It was an interactive and a good learning experience for students.
Students of class III visited Nainital BANK in their neighborhood. Students learnt about the working procedure of the Bank. They met staff members and observed the working at different counters properly. They visited ATM (Automatic Teller Machine) and learnt the quickest mode of receiving the money and formalities related to it. It was an interactive and a good learning experience for students.
An educational trip to National Craft Museum was organized by our school for class- VI and VII on 4th May 2016 during the school hours.85 students accompanied with four teachers gained a lot of information on various crafts (Handicrafts and Handlooms). There was a huge exhibition of paintings, statues, decorative items and clothes from different states of India. The students watched a documentary film related to making of few handicraft items with the help of soft wood. It was a knowledgeable trip and students enjoyed a lot.
To add colours to the tedious and wearisome daily routine of life; the school organized a trip to Chowki Dhani on 6th January 2016 for classes VI-IX. The students were eager to be at the place. The staff whole heartedly welcomed the students and the teachers. The excitement of the students reached the climax when they saw the fervor of Rajasthan all around. The traditional dance and songs with Rajasthani costumes attracted one and all. The beat of the Dhol and melodious tune of Sarangi and Shahnai made everybody spellbound. The Students enjoyed the rides on the Camel, Horse and Bullock-Carts. The rides in the Toy Train and giant wheel also amused the students a lot. They also took delight in watching the famous puppet show of Rajasthan. Students and teachers danced on Bollywood numbers. Students enjoyed each and every moment in that wonderful place. This memorable trip was both entertaining and educational. It enlightened the students with many unrevealed information about the tradition and culture of Rajasthan.
It was a matter of immense pleasure ,pride and honour for M.M. Public School to be the part of the grand event organized to launch "Five Illustrated Books For Children" on the eve of Republic Day of India i.e. 25 January,2016 at Air Force Auditorium, Subroto Park.These books are written on the life of Param Veer Chakra Awardees under "Veer Gaatha Series".
Honourable Minister of Human Resource Development Ms. Smriti Irani and Army chief of India General Dalbir Singh were the chief guest of the function who released these books. Senior dignitaries from the forces ,NCERT and CBSE officers graced the occasion.
Fifty students of our school participated in that memorable function .The students were fortunate enough to get enlightened with the adorable elocution Mrs. Smriti Irani and General Dalbir Singh.Students also got the opportunity to click photos with the revered personalities.
The programme concluded with the adjuration to save India from all odds and strive to keep our Tricolour always fly high in the sky. The function rekindled the fire of patriotism in the heart of the students and forced them to ponder about their own responsibility and duty towards their motherland
MMPS organized a picnic to WOW Noida for classes IX to XII and on 26th Dec ,2015 .
Students were given a warm welcome by the staff of WOW and were also entertained by them by engaging them in activities, accompanied by a clown and other activities where students won prizes also by posting their pictures on facebook .
Students enjoyed the rides in amusement park. They also danced a lot and then had delicious lunch followed by icecream. It was a very enjoyable and memorable trip for all.
The students as well as teachers thoroughly enjoyed their day and came back refreshed to school.
It was a great opportunity for the Class VIII students to visit the NATIONAL CENTRE FOR MEDIUM RANGE WEATHER FORECASTING on 9th September 2015. The visit was to make the students learn about the Weather Elements, factors affecting the day to day weather and how this weather forecasting is helpful and important in our daily life. Students were shown the huge Super Computers which are connected to the Weather Satellites and how these Super Computers process the information received from the Satellites into weather forecast. The visit was very educative for the students as they learnt about the revolutionary change in weather forecasting.
Environmental issues are subject of a concern and to lay emphasis on the saving of environment exhibition of Poster ,Slogan and Painting on the theme "Protection of Ozone Layer" was organized on the occasion of 21st International Day theme "Protection of Ozone Layer". The Students of class V-IX visited the India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road tosee this exhibition. Posters depicting the effects of depletion of ozone layer and causes behind it made the students learn about thesignificance of ozone layer and also the remedies to heal it.These posters created great awareness among the students. All in all it was indeed a very informative session for the future learners.
On the occasion of Golden Jubilee Commemoration of the Indo-Pak War 1965, an exhibition was organized to showcase the rich tradition of valour and sacrifice of Indian Armed Force and Central Police Organization on the Rajpat Lawns on September16, 2015.It was a matter of pride to visit the exhibition.The students of class (V-IX) along with H.O.D Mrs.PreetiAnand visited the exhibition .All in all,the visit was enlightening and inspirational. The students were indeed motivated.
Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official home of the President. It is indeed an honour to visit such a place of historical importance. The four students - Hridya Sharma (V), Lavi Hassija (VI), Simran Batra (IX) and Manik Sharma (XII) got a golden opportunity to visit Rashtrapati Bhavan along with Principal Mam Ms. Rooma Pathak on the occasion of Rakhsa Bandhan i.e. 20th August 2015. The students had a privilege to present the bond of affection to the President of India. They also got an opportunity to see the Rashtrapati Bhavan. They were enthralled to not only to see the mansion comprising of 340 rooms, built on an area of 20,00,000 sq. feet but also got an opportunity to see Ashok hall also known as Ball room decorated with 19 canvases Persian painting, library, dining room and Darbar hall. The energetic fountain rising up to the height of 12 feet creating murmur mesmerized the students. They also saw large variety of flowers herbal and vegetative plants in the Mughal garden which is opened once in a year for visitors. Thus it was a memorable visit.
The children of L.K.G, U.K.G & Primary classes visited the Iskcon Temple on 2nd September'15. The aarti and motivational words by the priestess offered a lot of insight into the life of Lord Krishna and pepped up the children.
The children very fascinated by the architecture of the temple and the beautiful statues of Lord Krishna.
Students of class I have visited Reliance Fresh on 11th August 2015. They learnt about how to shop, different grocery products, billing etc. Teacher has told them about social etiquettes as they greeted all the staff members of Reliance Fresh. As they have brought money for shopping, they were feeling responsible and excited. They enjoyed very much.
To widen the mental horizon regarding the education system of the educational institutions outside India, it was a matter of great pride and glory when under the Exchange Program in collaboration with British Council the Director, Mr. Somesh Pathak and Principal, Mrs. Rooma Pathak, alongwith Educator, Mrs. Bobby Narula from M.M. Public School visited Seabrook College, London from 15th June 2015 to 19th June 2015 where they were given a warm welcome by the Ms. Alice Hexter (Head Teacher), Ms. Linda (Asst. Head Teacher) and Andesh Pandey (Educator).
This exchange program not only helped in exchanging ideas of academic and cultural activities but also proved to be great insight to the education system of London where the teachers whole heartily participated in the activities conducted in the school during the visit. Principal Mrs. Rooma Pathak alongwith Educator Mrs. Bobby Narula shared the common practices of teaching methodology and pedagogy with the hosting school Head Teacher and other staff members.
To bring respite from dullness and dreariness a picnic to Wonder of World was organized by school for class XII on Saturday, 13th December 2014.The students assembled in the school by 8:00 am. The students were excited to go along with their friends and teachers. Students sang songs and were eager to reach destination. On reaching the place everyone admired its scenic beauty and was refreshed in the lap of nature. They enjoyed all the rides and played many games. In Breakfast and Lunch many delicacies of village were served and everyone enjoyed their meal together. Students and Teachers danced and enjoyed on the beats of DHOL and Bollywood Numbers. Students were unwilling to leave the spot. The trip was not only fruitful and enriching but adventurous. Students thus enjoyed the day completely.
MMPS organized a picnic to fun-n-food village on 7/11/2014 for classes VI to VIII and on 10/11/2014 for class X and XI.
Students were given a warm welcome by the staff of Fun N Food Village and were also entertained by them by engaging them in activities, accompanied by a clown and other stage based activities where students won prizes also. A rain dance competition was also organized in which Tanya stood first, Sonali stood second and Ritu stood third.
Students enjoyed the rides in amusement park. Then water rides were enjoyed by the students. It was a very enjoyable trip for all.
The students as well as teachers thoroughly enjoyed their day and came back refreshed to school.
"Picnics and Excursions play an important role in all round Development of child."
The school organized a picnic on 4th march 2014 to 'Aeroplanet' situated in DWARKA. It was a time of fun, enjoyment and relaxation for the students of class LKG TO V. Interesting and enjoyable rides and swings were there. Children enjoyed having food together .
The tiring day at 'Aeroplanet' ended with a calm and relaxing dance. The students and teachers danced to their fullest.
The trip ended nearly at 2:30 pm. At the time of dispersal a positive energy was filled in both teachers and students. This provided much needed break to students as well as teachers which will be utilized perfectly by both and there was a loud scream of hip HIP HIP HURRAH! by all of us.