for a favour is equal to a precious gift whose worth can be admired by the doer
only. To slaute the spirit of all the helpers, to inculcate a feeling of
respect and gratitude towards them, an
activity named "Colour your emotion day" was conducted in MDPS (Nursery
Wing) today on 01st May 2018. Students prepared a thanks giving card for the
helpers and gifted them as well. The celebration and the efforts of kids
brought a smile on the faces of people who help them daily in school premises. Well
planned activity to express the emotions left an unforgettable impression on
young minds and hearts.
spread the awareness of child education and to protect children from child labour.
A Nukkad Natak was conducted. Students of Grade IV and V participated actively
and enthusiastically. They also conveyed the message through slogan.
Students of class XII
participated in Debate on 27th April, 2018. The topic was "Is Road
Rage a Reflection of Growing Intolerance among Youth?"
their views with a great confidence. Those who are in favour, they expressed
their concern towards the growing aggression and intolerance among the youth
which is affecting the lives everywhere. Those who are against, they were of
the view that it is not only the aggression among the youth, it is also
disobeying the traffic rules on the road. It had been an eye opening session
Sensitising students about society & other
vital factors is the utmost priority of the school. Working on the same
principle, Road safety week commenced today in Mother Divine Public School (Nursery
Wing). Students were given an elaborate mock demo of road safety rules to be
abided. They were very enthusiastic as they were planning to dictate the same
to their parents as well so that they can be safe n sound. Indeed the activity
proved beneficial for our little aspirants.
The regular health
checkup of all the students of grade 1 was carried during this week. The staff
nurse Ms. Silva thoroughly monitored their height, Weight and Dental Hygiene.
She made a proper record of all the data.
goodbyes are the ones never said or explained.
The intern from Malasia
Mr. Tan Tihn Chern is an amiable person who is very fond of photography. Having
done Hons. in Public Relation, he enjoys social and emotional connections.
Mother Divine Public School gave him a farewell on 25th April, 2018.
Mr. Chern expressed his
gratitude for the wonderful hospitality shown by the management of the school.
He spoke eloquently about the creative liberty provided to the Divinians in all
spheres of learning. He also admired the strict discipline in which the
students carry on with their learning process.
His video giving the
glimpse of his stay in the institution stole the show. It was a very emotional
moment for everyone attending the event. The Mother Divine family wishes him
good luck for his future.
Students of VI - VIII
attempted a questionnaire on various rules of Road Safety in Vidyawati Memorial
Hall on 25th April, 2018. The questions ranged from traffic rules to
personal safety of the commuters and pedestrians. The following students won