Women’s day celebrated with yoga session at Alpine Public School
Health for women was the theme of women’s day celebration at Alpine Public School and a session was conducted for all the women staff of the institution by Shubha ma’am, school’s yoga instructor.
The idea was to drive home the point that women should place their health and fitness at the top priority to be able to meet the challenges of personal and professional lives.
Since yoga provides the ultimate cure to beat the stress and gives spiritual and physical relief, the school authorities came up with this wonderful step and hope to make it a regular practice.
Our Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s interactive session with the students “Pareksha par Charcha to beat the exam stress was aptly timed as this is the time of the year when the young scholars find themselves bogged down with pressure to study and score.
Arrangements were made at Alpine Public School to let the students gain valuable lessons from the prime minister’s address that covered all the essential aspects of exam and the stress that ensues.
The multitude of questions posed to the PM struck a chord with the students as they could find themselves struggling with the similar issues during exams. At the end of the session they walked away with smiles and thoroughly equipped with ways to rid themselves of the fear and stress when they sit to study for, as said by the PM “ the festival of exams”.
One 15th February Alpine Public School turned into the perfect nurturing ground for all the young Einsteins and Edisons who donned their thinking caps to celebrate the annual science fest ‘Sabadoria’. It was the day that combined their immense curiosities with imagination and the result was numerous beautifully presented projects and experiments that proved science was a subject well-enjoyed by all. The event was open to parents who were excited to see their wards engaging into activities that surely put to use whatever they had studied in their science textbooks. The highlight of the event was the shadow theatre by the students of eighth standard, which aesthetically traced the origin of humans tryst with science and how it helped them bring progress and advancement to the world.