Our beloved students competed in the “Hubs” inter-school poster-making competition, while teachers participated in the “Hubs” art and craft workshop.
Kundan International School hosted a craft workshop for all cooperating school teachers as part of Hubs of Learning. The professional craft instructors presented a variety of craft techniques.
The workshop included teachers from the host school as well as faculty from P.M.L. SD Public School CHD, Ashiana Public School CHD, GMSSS 46D CHD, GHS 46C CHD, and GMSSS 49 CHD.
In addition, as part of the hubs activity, a poster-making competition was held at the school. A total of 40 students took part in the activity with zeal and presented their innovative ideas.
Mrs Yogesh Jadli, the Principal, praised the instructors’ efforts in portraying attractive artefacts.
An Art competition was held on 4th May 2022, from classes 1 to XII to find KUNDAN ART STAR and KUNDAN ART MASTER in our school.
These competitions allow students to uncover their natural talents in sketching and illustrations and help them to develop their creative skills.
– Classes were divided into categories as follows:
– Category 1: Class 1 & 2
Topic: Freehand drawing of their choice.
– Category 2: Class 3 to 5, Topics
My dream garden.
Scene of a river.
– Category 3: Class 6 to 8
Waste Bottles painting.
Used Pots painting.
Birds in a nest.
Used plate painting.
Old cup painting.
– Category 4: Class 9 to 12
Design and colour the topics
India of my dreams.
Creativity in presenting School name with logo.
Unity in diversity.
Kundan International School hosted an inter-school art competition for students in grade 10.
There were 42 students who participated in the art competition, and they were all awarded merit and participation certificates.
The competition was a huge success and a great learning experience for the youngsters.
Kundan International School students took part in a poster competition on how plastic pollution damages biodiversity and a healthy earth at St Joseph School Sector 44 in Chandigarh.
Mr. Devendra Dalai, Department of Environment, Chandigarh Administration, was the chief guest, and he addressed the audience, saying that we should promise to say no to single-use plastic in order for our planet to survive.
Prize distribution was also done, with our school receiving two awards in two categories. Aakash from class 7 received the Best Art Prize in the Junior Category, and Kirtika from class 10 received the Best Art Prize in the Senior Category.
Recitation is one of the best ways to prolong information retention. Kundan International School aims at each student’s full development, including their linguistic, cognitive, and emotional growth. The students participated in the English Recitation Competition and energetically displayed their passion by improvising with props. Such competitions are a great way to boost confidence.
Our Heartiest congratulations to our winners on their achievements.
The Kundan IT Master Trophy was awarded to Ms. Tanu Chaudhary of class XII, the second position was bagged by Arushi of class IX and Mr. Harshvardhan of class XII hold the third position.
Kundan International School organised an Inter-Class Debate Competition for students of class VII. The topic of the debate was ‘Money doesn’t bring you Happiness’, as money cannot cure your suffering or fill your life with constant happiness. We can buy material things, but real happiness must be truly earned.
It was a wonderful experience for the children. Students demonstrated their skills and had a great time.
– Communication skills
– The art of Public speaking
– Oration & showmanship
Interclass competitions are a regular occurrence at Kundan International school. We always encourage our students to participate in such events to maintain a healthy spirit of competition among students and develop their academic and co-curricular skillsets. Inter-class competitions contribute to students’ growth in the following ways:– Help students become competitive
To keep our student’s creative writing skills razor-sharp, we make sure there are timely extra-curricular activities to test their calibre. Events like creative writing competitions encourage students to engage in group activities and learn interactively. Participation in such events help students with:– Creative writing skills
We always make sure our students remain one step ahead in their creative learnings. One way to do so is through creative writing competitions. One recent event was conducted on 23 April 2022. The theme of the match was based on ‘Earth day’. Students were given three topics to choose from:01. Save Water, Save the Earth
Students wrote beautifully & took advantage of the opportunity to sharpen their creative skills and learn about earth & its preservation.
On Earth Day, Kundan International conducted a Poster making competition to test the creative might of our talented students. The intention was to sharpen their creative skills and make them realise the importance of the earth & its preservation. Such competitions can help students develop their:– Artistic sense & calibre
Healthy food makes a healthy body.
Kundan International School organised a Salad Making Competition for the students of class I to inculcate healthy food habits and awareness regarding the choice of food among the children.
Children displayed their creativity by imaginatively designing and artistically presenting the salads.
Show and tell is an engaging activity which allows students to explore their descriptive and expressive abilities. The activity involves students describing their favourite piece of object/toy. Our students of Class 1st brought their favourite toys and described them beautifully. Show and tell is a great way to help develop:– General observation and awareness
1. Teacher’s Day Celebration- Class I to VI
Kundanites believe in honouring and respecting their beloved teachers. They deserve all the love and appreciation in the world. It is to celebrate this love , that our school celebrated teachers day with great warmth and vitality. Our tiny tots crafted beautiful handmade cards for their teachers. Activities such as poem recitation, singing and dancing were also organised for our learners. A virtual dance party was also organised for our lower primary learners to commemorate this day. All the teachers were overwhelmed by the appreciation and love showered upon them.
1. Debate Competition- Class V & VI
Students participated in a debate competition on the
topic ‘Hindi Language vs English Language’.
The advantages of both the languages were highlighted by the students.
They participated in the event with a lot of interest and enthusiasm.
The students participated in Handwriting competition with great enthusiasm. The winners were felicitated with certificates.
Winners: Class 1: Pihu Dheer, Chinmey Thakur
Class 2: Akshit, Roshni
Class 3: Rehmatjot Kaur
Class 4: Bilroj, Yashika
Hasya Kavi Sammelan was organised for the students of class 7,9 & 10 for building their confidence and appreciating humour in their lives. The students found the activity very interested and participated actively in the same.
First position :Bhavin (Class 7)
Second Position: Kunnal (Class 9)
Third Position: Reva and Aman (Class 10)