Siddaganga Public School, Chandra Layout, hosted an inter-house and inter-school sports meet recently.
According to the school, by participating in competitive sports, children learn many things such as working as a team for a common cause.
Sports will also help them understand how competition works in a friendly environment and if they put in their best effort, there is a better chance of achieving success.
Students took part in kabaddi, volleyball, throwball and cricket matches. The winners were given trophies and certificates.
Students of St. Paul’s English School, J.P. Nagar, celebrated Rajyotsava in a grand manner.
The cultural programme began with the State song sung by the school choir.
Artiste Anekal Krishnamurthy inaugurated the celebrations.
He spoke about the past glory of Karnataka and emphasised that it has to preserved.
He also showcased his talent in mono acting and singing.
He enacted the reign of the Vijayanagar kings, Kittur Rani Chennamma and Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi.
He rendered a few Kannada songs and recited Vachanas by Basavanna and AllamaPrabhu and poems by D. V. Gundappa and Kuvempu.
High school students presented a colourful dance.
School principal Vijaya Iyer spoke at the function.
Oxford Universal Public School, Nagarabhavi, celebrated Dolls’ Day as part of an activity for children of the nursery section. There was a carnival-like atmosphere and children enthusiastically participated in learning more about their favourite dolls.
Children were also introduced to Disney cartoons. School principal Usha Ravindranath was present.