Children's Day Celebrations

Children’s Day Celebrations

“We were all children once. And we all share the desire for the well-being of our children, which has always been and will continue to be the most universally cherished aspiration of humankind.”  A day marking childhood, Children’s Day celebrations...

/ November 17, 2015

Wishing you a very happy and prosperous Deepavali!

The name ‘Deepavali’ literally means an ‘array of lights’; the festival marks the triumph of good over evil. When the diyas are lighted their glow illuminates even the darkest of nights which signify the enlightenment of soul and the triumph...

/ November 6, 2015
student activity

Fun student activity on phases of Moon

Children and food—what a natural combination! Combining fun and function, using food as your teaching tool can really get little ones excited about learning. Although it may contradict the popular mealtime mantra to “quit playing with your food,” teaching children can...

/ November 6, 2015

Student activities for a holistic development

Very few opportunities in the average student life provide such exposure and realistic outlook towards the competitive nature of real life in such a short span of time as competitions provide. Ekya school recognises the importance of organising competitions for...

/ November 4, 2015

Morning Assembly on Swachh Bharat

“Cleanliness is next to Godliness“- Mahatma Gandhi Grade II C conducted the morning assembly based on the theme of Swachh Bharat. Children in the first part enacted a classroom scene to show how one can keep their class and school clean. The second part saw the children...

/ November 3, 2015

Celebrating 144th Birth Anniversary of the Father of our Nation, Mahatma Gandhi

“The real property that a parent can transmit to all equally is his or her character and educational facilities. All your scholarship would be in vain if at the same time you do not build your character and attain mastery...

/ November 2, 2015

Quest & Open Day

Quest is all about seeking something important and it often involves a journey. People would travel the world in a quest for gold. Knights in the middle Ages were forever taking on quests––most famously to find the Holy Grail. A...

/ October 19, 2015

The “Magic Words” Show

The students of grade II A put up an excellent show for their class assembly, emphasising on the importance of the magic words – ‘Please’, ‘Excuse Me’, ‘Sorry’ and ‘Thank You’ which brings about a radical change and spark in the...

/ October 15, 2015

No Cook Dish Contest

In a bid to explore skills of the students, the school organized a No Cook Dish contest in the school premises in which a large number of students participated. The students from classes V to X participated and prepared various healthy and...

/ October 14, 2015