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Dear Readers,

It is indeed a great honour to be the Newsletter Editor for the Kalka Public School and it is an immense pleasure to launch this first edition for the Academic Session 2018-19.  In this issue, we will recount the various activities in which members of KPS Family were actively involved since March 2018. Furthermore, it is well known for the hard work, dedication and brotherhood of its members and especially its dedicated staff and talented students.

 As we all know that a news letter mirrors a school- vision and mission. It also highlights the events, activities and academic prowess and achievements. In this edition we have tried to capture last five months excitement and activities. I do hope that the news letter encourages many more including students to use it as a platform to express their creativity. I sincerely hope that this edition makes for an interesting read.

This newsletter is an effort to give an outlet to the feelings and creative ideas of the students and teachers of this institution who are fully involved in molding the future of young students. All of us are aware of the famous saying’ “Catch the potential in the young”. Importance of opportunities is also well known.

The first edition of the school newsletter has provided an opportunity to express the inner ideas and feelings of the students and teachers through a plethora of activities conducted in the school from April 2018 to August 2018. This newsletter will be able to manifest the vision of the management, Head of the institution and staff regarding development of the students’ personality as imparting qualitative education to the students.
A huge thank you to all the persons who contributed in publishing this issue, without whom it would never havebeen possible.
I express my heartfelt gratitude towards Ms. Rupali Trivedi from computer Department for her full co operation and help.
Last but not least, I would like to thank the eminent members of the managing committee and the local board members for their everlasting support throughout the creation of this edition.
Please feel free to offer any suggestions for improvement.

Yours sincerely

Anjana Rani
Kalka Public School


Dear All
Welcome to the first newsletter of the new academic session 2018-19 of the new branch of Kalka Group of Institutions. Students are proud of their new school and their new system which mirrors our motto of “Knowledge to Perfection” and underpins the vision to raise all students’ achievements and aspirations.
Children are always keen to learn. Keeping in mind their desires and the need of the hour we follow the four pillars initiated by us i. e. Quality Education, Sanskaarshala, Sports Academy and Cultural Academy for the holistic upbringing and learning experience that makes education entertaining.

For accomplishing all this, our teachers use a variety of innovative instructional approaches to instill a love for learning and build confidence and competence amongst students. This approach differentiates the learning for all students, to meet the individual needs of the children’s daily life. We focus on enhancing students’ ability to think critically and creatively and to be innovative problem solvers and proficient communicators which can be observed from all the activities conducted in the school since beginning of this new academic session i.e. April 2018.
I congratulate the entire staff for their hard work and dedication that has resulted in the successful beginning of the new academic session.
I am sure that with the best wishes of our Chairman Sir, Manager Ma’am and all the Members of the Managing Committee along with the co-operation of whole staff and the blessings of the Almighty, the school will continue to grow in all ways in the years to come.
I wish all the very best to all the members of my KPS Family!

Seema Rana
In Charge
Kalka Public School, BPTP Parklands
Sec- 76, Greater Faridabad

Let’s have a glimpse of all the activities………..


12 APRIL, 2018
The students and staff of our school celebrated Baisakhi with great zeal and enthusiasm. A special assembly was held to mark the occasion. The celebration began with the speech on Baisakhi followed by dances performed by different classes.
The whole school came alive with a brilliant Bhangra performance ‘Mahiya mein long’ which was the highlight of the programme.
Students were told about various aspects of rural Punjab, its cultural heritage. At the end children were served ‘Prashad .
At the end, a very motivational activity was done i.e. ‘Star of the Week’ Award Ceremony. One student from each class was announced as a Star.


11 MAY, 2018
The day that celebrates the essence of a mother is Mother’s Day. One of those occasions that none of us can afford to miss. Mother’s Day is something everyone can relate to. People across regions, religions, castes, cultures, genders and financial status have emotions binding them to their mothers. There could not be a more universal celebration than this one. So each student of our school made a card which was special and different in its own way. They gave these cards to their mothers to make them feel special and happier.


Children possess wonderfully inquisitive minds and they repeatedly ask questions and this marks the beginning of their journey. Hence all such efforts are focused on giving them firm foundation of basic skills, besides giving them wings to explore the new vistas present in this world.
In the first summer break of the infant school i.e.  Kalka Public School, the children utilized their time constructively to unleash and chisel their latent talents. Thus the SUMMER CAMP was organized at the school from 19 May’18 to 30 May’18 which included a bouquet of activities to provide children ample opportunities like yoga, aerobics, meditation, dance, drama, modeling, music, shaloka recitation, calligraphy, maths and science fun tasks, clay modeling, art& craft in collaboration with Pidilite, taekwondo, cooking without fire, rain dance, teambuilding games, and others for developing and grooming their personality which formed an integral part of their social development. All these activities were divided amongst the students as per their age groups in three categories. The Grand Finale was held on 31 May,2018. The lightening of the lamp was done by the dynamic In charge of the school Ms Seema Rana under whose guidance the talented children and hard work, teachers put their efforts to make the programme a great success. The parents and the audience admired the variety of performances of the students with the loud applauds. Attending such a programme motivated them to think beyond academics and experience the hues and facets of childhood.


28 July, 2018
Teej, a three day long festival is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati . it’s a favourite festival of all ladies as well. So in collaboration with the magazine Grah Lakshmi the festival was celebrated with fervor and gaiety in the school premises.
Gaiety and zest marked the Teej Celebration on the school premises. The traditional colourful costumes of the mothers and faculty added to enhance the charm and mood of the celebration. Young students of class I and II danced on the Shri Krishna song and the girls of class VI and VII danced on the Punjabi cultural attire. Mothers of all the students were also invited.
There were many famous exhibitors as well for jewellery, designer clothes, cosmetics and home- made food products etc.
Students also made flowers in their respective classes, a day before the programme to give them to their mothers. They decorated the umbrellas as well.
There were many talent hunt competitions for the mothers and so were lots of exciting prizes for the winners.
Teachers were being called on the stage to give them a small token of love as a gift.


01 AUG, 2018
Scholastic and co- scholastic activities have an equal importance in school programme for the all round development of the child. Keeping this in view, a Fancy Dress Competition was organized for the students of classes I to V. The purpose of conducting the competition was not only to blend learning with fun but also to develop confidence amongst the children by giving them opportunity to get on the stage and speak in front of an audience.
Children dressed up in their colourful costumes and spoke a few sentences on the character that they depicted. The effort and hard work of children was highly commendable.
They dressed up as doctor , policeman, princess Indira Gandhi, Abdul Kalam etc and emphasized upon their need and importance in making our life easier.  Three winners from each class were selected and go I, II and III prize respectively.
The competition proved to be great learning experience for the students and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talents.
Winners of the competition were :

Class I-      
I -  Anukriti
II – Vanshika
III – Shatdruti
Class II-     
II -
Class III-    
I – Saumya
II – Mayank
III – Niya
Class IV-   
I – Lavya
II – Divyanshi & Samiksha
III –Anshika
Class V-     
I – Palchin
II- Pranav
III – Piyush


03 AUGUST, 2018
Skit Competitions not only strengthen one’s confidence to face the audience to but also helps to develop awareness about our surroundings and the daily happenings. Young learners are the best messengers to spread the awareness of the social and global issues and their voice does  leave an impact on one’s mind. To bring out the acting talent, flair of the students and to spread the message of humanity, our school organized a skit competition for the students of classes VI to VIII on the theme of Friendship. There was 100% participation of the students in it.
The position holders of the competition were:
I -
III –  


14 AUGUST, 2018
Kalka Public School, Sec 76, Greater Faridabad celebrated Independence Day with unprecedented patriotic fervour on Aug 14, 2018. The gamut of celebration activities held on the campus consisted of Special Morning Assembly, Group Dances, Group Songs, Speeches and impressive March Past. The entire school assembled in the Assembly Hall.
After the march past group songs by the budding students ‘Ai Mere Vatan Ke Logo’ and ‘Saare Jahaan Se Achchha’ filled everyone with pure patriotism. The talented students of the school presented very thrilling and energetic dance performances on ‘ Chak De India’, ‘Jai Ho’, ‘Suno Gaur Se’ and many more. An Inter House Quiz based on all types of facts about our country was also organized to make the children aware more about the nation in which _________ House achieved the First Position, Kabir House bagged the Second Position and __________ House was ranked as the Third rank holder. Speeches by the students as well as teachers were also delivered which reminded the students and the teachers of the sacrifices made by our great freedom fighters .There was full patriotism in the air. 
In charge of the school Ms Seema Rana addressed the assembly and everyone took pledge with her that we would serve our motherland, India with heart, body, and soul to bring her glory and laurels with our dignified deeds. At the end the celebration students were distributed sweets.


21 AUGUST, 2018

“May the holy month of the revelation of Koran…Usher upon you peace, happiness and prosperity”.

Eid the festival that upholds the spirit of brotherhood and love was celebrated in our school with utmost joy in the environment. The end of the holy month of Ramadan calls for the greatest celebration in Islam i.e. Eid. Today on 21 August, 2018 the talented students of our school celebrated the glory of this festival as celebrating multifarious cultures and festivals symbolizes the unity of an international community, which our school takespride in. To commemorate the occasion of Eid, the students prepared a skit enlightening about the spirit behind the festival.
This was followed by a very beautiful dance performance by the primary class students on Eid song. It was a wonderful dance which reaffirmed our faith in God. In charge of the school, Ms Seema Rana addressed the special assembly accentuating the fact behind why this festival is celebrated. She also delineated the truth that most religions perpetuate similar tenets. At the end of the programme all the students and teachers danced to express their happiness and to make the day more special and wished “Eid Mubarak” to all.


23 AUGUST, 2018
“A team sport is the best for bonding. These sports lessons are also true for startups. You want to be at the top of every endeavour, but you win some and you lose some. As a team, however, you always pump each other up and move forward.”
The above said words proved to be true when the Girls’ Handball Team (U-14) was declared as the District Champion of Faridabad by defeating the team of DAV NH3 in their ground itself. The Boys’ team bagged the Second Position in the district. Now the team members will be going to Hisar for playing at the State Level. It was really a matter of great pride for whole KPS Family. It is hoped that the teams will be winning at the state level as well.


27th April, 2018

Pre-primary wing of Kalka Public School, BPTP Greater Faridabad conducted ‘Red Day’ activity on 27th April, 2018 to introduce children into the mesmerizing realm of colors. The shades of red made our tiny tots feel bright, lively and cheerful. ‘Red’ color symbolizes enthusiasm, life and vitality. The day started off with the color red every- where red dress, red rose, red teddy, red car, red apples, red cherries, here a red………. there a red….. red-red everywhere ……..our little ones spent a spectacular red day. Bulletin boards displayed red craft work made by the children. The tiny tots looked stunning in their red outfits. Special assembly was conducted with emphasis on significance of red color. The young ones sang Red Day song ‘My red balloon….’ ‘Apples are red… Roses are red…. I love red…red, red, red…’ Some of the students spoke a few sentences on the red objects which they had brought from their home. Teachers discussed the theme in “circle time” and linked it to all subjects. Colors are indeed the smiles of nature….. The ‘Red Day’ celebration was a wonderful learning activity which helped children to sort and classify objects based on colors there by reinforcing cognitive skills. It was a scintillating day with innocent faces gleaming and reflecting brightness, joy, love and happiness.



The Kindergarten section of our school celebrated Blue Day on 31st July, 2018. It was a pleasant and a cool blue day for the tiny tots.

The significance of blue color was reiterated through a series of activities. The dress code of the day was blue. Excitement and enthusiasm was visible everywhere. All the children came dressed up in different shades and hues of blue. The children were introduced to different shades of blue.

Blue – the color of loyalty, strength, wisdom and trust had a very positive impact on tiny tots bringing in harmony and brotherhood.

Clad in blue dresses, students were made to recognize blue color through different games and play-way activities. An array of blue colored objects like umbrella, ball, cloud, flowers etc. were at display thus providing the students opportunities to have a clear sense of the color and its importance.

The little ones of Nursery and K.G made a blue whale through cotton dabbing and “Show and tell” activity was also conducted in the school

Blue Day was an amazing learning experience which had a long lasting effect on each student. Early identification of colors helped to create the cognitive link between visual clues and words which is an important part of a child’s development.

It was indeed a visual treat to see the good effects of blue color on our little ones.


9th May, 2018.

With an objective to recapitulate and reinforce the effects of yellow color, KG and Primary wing celebrated “Yellow day” on 9th May, 2018.

A day dedicated to the yellow color was marked with children dressed in different hues and tints of yellow. Children were not only beautifully dressed in their favorite yellow dresses but also brought yellow objects to make it a complete “Yellow Day”! Tiffin’s were filled with bananas, custard, jelly, lemons, mangoes, pineapples etc. Attractive yellow colored toys like racing cars, teddy bears, dolls, balls, balloons, flying discs, flowers and masks made the learning environment active and sporty.

Focusing on the theme the teachers planned art and collage activities and their art work was displayed on the soft boards. To make the children understand about the significance of yellow color, various colorful activities including drawing, coloring etc. were conducted in a lively, vibrant and high spirited environment.

Cheerful Children attired in yellow outfits were sparkling with optimism, enlightenment and happiness. Beams of yellow shades carried the promise of a positive future flashing creative thoughts in the young minds.

The motive of celebrating this yellow color day was to make the children aware of yellow color, its significance and to develop fine motor skills in the students. They spent the day with utmost enjoyment.

Yellow- the color of wisdom and intellectual energy had a positive influence on our tender tots.


12th of Sept, 2018

On 12th of Sept, 2018,i.e Tuesday the Stars celebrated “Green Day”. Students and teachers were all dressed up in Green dresses on that day. The day was celebrated as it signifies the color of nature. The day began with show and tell activities in connection with the color Green. Children spoke about the color and they named the vegetables, fruits and other things that are green in color. Children also tried their hands at gardening by digging mud, planting trees and watering them. The whole corridor was decorated with green color cutouts made by the students. The Children left for their homes with handmade paper plant as take away. All the little learners enjoyed and learned a lot through this color day.


20TH April,2018

 Tiny tots and teachers of our school celebrated Earth Day with a lot of enthusiasm. This is the right time to teach students, the importance of preserving the resources and helping them to learn how to take care of their planet.

To mark the occasion, students of Pre-Primary wing organized a special assembly. Special Earth Day badges made by the children were presented to the school heads. Children learnt to save resources i.e. energy,water, and food. Teachers discussed with them the various ways to do that with them. They observed the “EARTH MINUTES” when all the electrical appliances of the school were switched off for 5 minutes.
To emphasize the importance of the day, the following activities were organized for the students: 

Class Pre-Nursery : Save Earth Badges  
Children made attractive badges
Class Nursery : Sow a sapling activity
Class K.G : Decorate “MY EARTH” activity.


23rd July,2018
Recitation activity focuses on aspects such as speaking and listening skills. As the students begin to recite the rhymes / poems it strengthens their skills that develop fluency in the language and confidence along with the power of expressions.

Reciting a rhyme is an appropriate activity for helping young minds to recall the rhyme with action and imagination, learn new words. These new words help them in understanding the language reading. Children are always excited to come to the mike and express themselves individually. Their rhymes were judged under the following categories : Presentation/ Expression , fluency , prop used and confidence level.

All the classes conducted this activity individually. All children were participated in this activity. Some of the rhymes enjoyed were 1, 2 buckle my shoe, I am a little tea pot etc .They recited the rhyme in front of their friends and teacher with pride and excitement.


24th August,2018

Our school celebrated Raksha bandhan
on 24th August,2018i.e Friday , marked by usual fervor and gaiety that one associates with this auspicious occasion. A day prior to the festival, girls were busy in making the best rakhis for their brothers. Thanks to combined effort by teachers, parents, principals and students, schools succeeded in catalyzing feelings of care and affection between siblings.

The school believes that celebration of festivals in schools is necessary. “Due to nuclear families, children today are deprived of true spirit of such festivals. Such celebrations in schools teach students about our traditions.

A rakhi-making competition was held for tiny tots in our School. “The competition was for our pre-primary students who learnt to make rakhis from their teachers.”



Krishna Janmashtami (Lord Krishna''s Birth day) also known as Krishnashtami, SaatamAatham, Gokulashtami, Ashtami Rohini, SrikrishnaJayanti, Sree Jayanti. Celebrated on the eighth day of Savana month, Janmashtami marks the birth of Lord Krishna, an avatar of Lord Vishnu.
Janmashtami festival was celebrated with great zeal and pomp by the children of Pre-Primary at Kalka Public School, BPTP.

  Children came dressed in, as Krishna and Radha and other colorful outfits. They made and wore Peacock feather head-gears . The Pre-primary was decorated colorfully with Jhankis depicting the life span of Lord Krishna and Krishna Jhoola. A special assembly was conducted to mark the birth of the deity. Children celebrated the occasion by singing and dancing with great joy. Later they enjoyed some misri as Prasad.

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