National Science Day or Rashtriya Vigyan Divas is celebrated in KIPS on February 28 to commemorate the discovery of Raman Effect by Indian physicist Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman. It is celebrated with much fanfare by organizing science exhibitions and science model demonstrations. The models of various satellites provided added attraction to the exhibition. Students explained the importance of science and the contribution of various scientists in their respective field.
On 1st March, 2022 students of Kasauli International Public School, Sanwara celebrated ‘The Maha Shivratri’ with great enthusiasm. Students along with Managing Director, Principal and teachers have done worship of lord Shiva. The celebration began by offering homage with full of devotion to lord Shiva. Students performed the tandav dance and pay tribute to Lord Shiva. Bhajan Kirtan organized by the teachers along with students. The Principal Dr. Sanjeev Mainra related that even God is the creator as well as the destroyer. This is the law of nature—the existence of the good and the evil, the cycle night followed by day, creation and destruction etc. It is up to us to choose one over the other.
On Saturday, 26th March Kasauli International Public School, Sanwara celebrated its 16th Anniversary and Founders’ Day. It was a moving tribute to our Founder family, with an enthusiastic turnout from students and teachers alike. Students of Kasauli International Public School performed different dance performance, drama and made the occasion wonderful. School Principal Dr. Sanjeev Mainra said in his speech to the community, “It is how we are with one another that will profoundly affect our own lives and the lives of people to come. As we commemorate each year those who have made a contribution in the past to our present, we too will be remembered by those ‘yet to be members’ of this school community, for the contribution that each of us has made to the foundation of their school.”
“I don't say everything, but I paint everything.” Pablo Picasso Kasauli International School, Sanwara always encourages student’s participation in competition for their holistic development. Drawing & Painting Competition was held on 23rd April 2022 for Class II to XII. The aim for this completion was to develop the creativity in students. It was a successful event and students were very happy and enjoyed while drawing and painting. The judges were our teachers from the Art Department. KIPS continues to add feathers to its cap of achievements with such talented Students and continues to support their growth. In this competition Venus house declared winner followed by Earth House.
On 30th April,2022 Kasauli International Public School Sanwara had organised Inter-House Kho-Kho tournaments in a very grand manner to develop harmony and healthy environment among the schools in the vicinity of KIPS. The occasion was graced by the Honourable Managing Director and worthy Principal Dr. Sanjeev Mainra. Eight Kho-Kho teams the vicinity of KIPS had participated with great enthusiasm. The Kho-Kho team of Neptune House bagged the first position in Kho-Kho. The winner’s teams were awarded trophies and medals by the school principal. The day was a great experience in the life of students. In short the Inter-house tournament was a grand success by the efforts of students, teachers and Principal.
Beauty is the realm of poetry; the students of KIPS segments enthusiastically participated in the competition as they got an opportunity to exhibit their talent and confidence. The competition inspired the young poets to come forward and recite on stage. The students came up with different poems .They enjoyed the perfection of expression, thoughts, emotions, rhythm and music of words. The participants from all the respective four houses – Earth, Mars, Neptune and Venus left no stone unturned to win for their house. Students were judged on the parameters like confidence, voice modulation, memorization and overall presentation. The young poets enthralled the audience with their articulation and memory skills while reciting poems. It was a splendid opportunity for them to gain confidence through stage exposure. Everyone was delighted after seeing their pleasing performances. The judges appreciated and applauded the performances of the participants. In this competition Mars house declared winner followed by Venus House.
Kasauli International Public School has organised different on-line competitions along with the online classes. Due to the on-going Covid -19 pandemic, all the students were under lockdown for past two months. To help them utilise their leisure time in the most efficient manner various co-curricular activities such as Solo Dance Competition,Yoga Competition,Household Chores Competition,Drawing & Painting Competition,Solo-Singing Competition &Karate Competition were being organised. The vision behind these competitions is to make students not only mentally and physically fit but also to make them learn life skills. Students from different schools of different states showed enthusiastic participation in these competitions. Even international participation has been received by the school. The motive of school was to make pupils stress free and busy in this crucial state of lockdown.
The future depends on what we do in the present, surviving this Gandhian principle in Covid-19 era, an on lineSolo Dance Competition was organised by Kasauli International Public School,Sanwara to keep students occupied and entertained during the nationwide lockdown. From latest Punjabi hits to Bollywood numbers to rock and pop.Students with their expressions, steps and gestures, gave a tough time to judges. Everyone admired the efforts of the students.
The lockdown was a stressful period for everyone, especially for children. The idea was to not only reduce panic but also develop a strong sense of community involvement.Yoga has known to be beneficial since ages to keep the mind calm. So, Kasauli International Public School, Sanwara had organised an on line Yoga Competition in which students from all over the country had participated enthusiastically. The competition was divided into three categories i.e Junior, Middle and Senior. It was a huge success as school got large no. of videos from different parts of country.
The lockdown has defined the parent-child relationship in new ways.Involving children in household chores gives them opportunity to become active participant in the house. To make students busy and active during lockdown KIPS has organised an on line Household Chores Competition in which huge number of students participated.The competition was divided into three categories i.e Junior, Middle and Senior.Kids begin to see themselves as important contributors to the family. Parents saw kids who were never interested in household work were making an equal contribution to the chores around the house. The idea not only taught children household chores, but it also helped them be a good citizen.
Kasauli International Public School,Sanwara has organised an on-line Drawing & Painting Competition for all the budding artists. The theme of the competition was ‘Fight Against Corona Virus’, ‘United Against Corona Virus’ and ‘Corona Virus Awareness’. The competition was divided into three categories i.e Junior, Middle and Senior. Students participated from different parts of country by sending their beautiful drawings.It was highly appreciated by all.
As all the academic institutions and everything is shut down all of a sudden,Kasauli International Public School has organised an on-line Solo Singing Competition for the students. School has invited students from all over the country to participate in this competition and to show their singing skill. A large number of students participated in this competition not only from the country but also from the abroad. It was divided into three categories i.e Junior, Middle and Senior. This competition was helpful in keeping the students engaged in productive activity during their stay inside their houses.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought all out door sports activities to a standstill but Kasauli International Public School, Sanwara found ways of keeping their students engaged through on-line competitions and Karate Competition was one of them. The motive was to keep students fit and healthy physically and also improve their mental state at the time of this pandemic. Students from different parts of country and abroad participated in it. It was a huge success.It was divided into three categories i.e Junior, Middle and Senior.