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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Gearing Up for the Teachers' Day!



As we are gearing up for the Teachers’ Day celebration, it would be great to have a post on what Teachers’ Day is all about!

In India, our forefathers had given great importance to the relationship between teachers and students. The students used to learn just by coming in contact with their teachers. 

No wonder one of the prayers before the teaching session used to be like this:

"May God protect us both, the teacher and the taught, 
May He be pleased with us,
May we acquire strength,
May our study bring us illumination,
May there be no enmity between us."

We teachers, can tell you - we have been molded by our teachers! 

The impact they created was so great! 

It is all so important because, the way we teach, the way we behave, the way we interact with the students are as important as the content we teach! 

So keeping all this in mind, let us look forward to that special day!

Why is Teachers' day celebrated?


In India5th September is celebrated as Teachers' day as a mark of tribute to the contributions made by teachers to the society. As you all know, September 5th is the birthday of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, who was the President of India. He was a staunch believer of education, a well-known diplomat, scholar, and above all a great teacher.


In 1962, when Dr. Radhakrishnan became the President of India, some of his students approached and requested him to allow them to celebrate 5th September, his "birthday". But, Dr.Radhakrishnan’s reply was, "instead of celebrating my birthday separately, it would be my proud privilege if September 5th  is observed as Teachers' day". The request showed Dr.Radhakrishnan's love and passion for the teaching profession. From then onwards, the day has been observed as Teachers' Day in India.


Teachers’ day is now one of the occasions that is looked forward by the teachers and students alike as it is a special day when students take charge and perform regular activities that are performed by teachers. On this day, students realize what it means to be a teacher and what it means to control the future of the students in their classes.


Apart from the fun aspect of the day, it is also a day when one can look back, admire and get inspired by Dr. Radhakrishnan, a village boy, who grew up to become one of the most respected leaders of India.


Rosebuddies have decided to make it big and are getting ready for a blast on this special day!

Looking forward to that GREAT day…..








Thank You!
 

Friday, August 27, 2010

Rosebuddy of the Week!

Hi Rosebuddies,
I am Haritha from Class VIII.
About Me??????
What do I write about me?
Ok!
I am a fun loving girl! I make friends with everyone very easily! I love laughing and love to make others laugh!
I love to read books in my free time. I love listening to music too.
And most of all, I love sleeping!
I love sports and love to play tennis, basketball and volleyball.
I love talking, my teacher always tell me that I am very talkative!!!!!!!!


My future goal is to become a forensic expert! I would also love to see me as a sports person in future!
That's all about me!Hope you liked it buddies!

Thank You!




Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Elocution Contest!


The preliminary round will be conducted in the second week of September 2010. Those who are interested to participate may give their names to Roshen Raghavendran of Class IX.

Thank You!

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Celebration is in the Air!!!!!!



The Onapookalam made by the Rosebuddies


Onam is the festival of Kerala, the God’s Own Country. The legend of King Mahabali is the most popular and the most fascinating of all legends behind Onam. Onam celebrates the visit of King Mahabali to the state of Kerala every year. The festival is celebrated with fervour as King Mahabali is greatly respected by his subjects. King Mahabali is also popularly called Maveli and Onathappan. The festival is celebrated as a tribute to the sacrifice of King Mahabali. Every year people make elaborate preparations to welcome their King who was sent to Patala, by Vamana.

Today, at Primrose, Raja Mahabali arrived to see the rosebuddies and he was given a very warm welcome. Rosebuddies had made his favourite Floral Carpet(which is known as Onapookalam in malayam)and had arranged his favourite Chenda Melam to welcome him. He was very happy to spend some time with the enthusiastic students of Primrose. The teachers as well as the students came to see Raja Mahabali in traditional Kerala wears which made him all the more delighted!!!!!!!!!!!

The program started around 12 o’clock with the girls preparing the Onapookalam. Once it was ready, Raja Mahabali arrived with our Director Mrs.Leslie Jacobs and Principal Mrs.Jareena Begum to see the rosebuddies. He was very happy with the welcome given to him. Sandhya narrated his story to the rosebuddies. 

The highlight of the day was the tug of war! The traditional Kerala Chenda Melam also added attraction to the function!
                                                   Have a look at the Pics from the day!

The Students of Class VIII making the flowers ready for the Floral Carpet



Raja Mahabali and His Subjects ready to welcome the Special Guests of the Day














                              Leslie Ma'am and Jareena Ma'am being welcomed to the Venue






















                                     The Special Guests of the Day admiring the Onapookalam


Raja Mahabali being welcomed!


Sandhya narrating the legend behind Onam


Raja Mahabali with the Special Guests




















   Raja Mahabali addressing His subjects. He wished them all a very Happy and Prosperous Year ahead!















                                                  The boys getting ready for Tug of War


























                                                                        Tug of War


















                                                                        The Winners

Ladies' Tug of War






















                                          Teachers in traditional Kerala Kasavu Saree



















                                 Raja Mahabali was delighted to see the Onapookalam















                                                                         Teachers












                                                                        Class X




























It was a great day for the Rosebuddies. Thanks to all those who helped us in bringing out this program. A special thanks to Chirag of Class VI, who came to visit us in the guise of Raja Mahabali.
Wishing you all a very Happy Onam!
Thank You!





Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Points!



























Hurray! Class VI is leading with 16 points!

Thank You!

Monday, August 16, 2010

Independence Day Celebration!

Rosebuddies celebrated the Independence Day with patriotic fervor and a lot of enthusiasm. The day started with the prayer by Harsh of Class VI. Our Academic Director Mrs. Leslie Jacobs presided over the function and our Principal Mrs. Jareena Begum hoisted the Indian Tricolour.
Have a look at the pics from the day!

Prayer - Harsh, Class VI
Sivsamriddhi Welcoming the Gathering!
Pledge
Swetha.G, Class II
March Past led by Nivedha Srinivasan, Class VI
































Sana Banu handing over
the Indian Tricolor to Madam Leslie Jacobs
Principal Mrs.Jareena Begum hoisting the Indian Tricolor 
The Kindergartens dressed up as Indian Freedom Fighters


























Tamil Skit by the girls of Class VI
Folk Dance
Skit - Sepoy Mutiny











Skit
Group Song
Prize Distribution Ceremony
The prizes for the short story writing and poetry competitions conducted last week were distributed on this special day. 
Priyanka Soni
I Prize - Short Story and Poetry Writing
Category I 





Advaita.A
II Prize - Poetry Writing
Category I


Sivsanjna Rajan
I Prize - Poetry Writing
Category II



Swathi.J
II Prize - Poetry Writing
Category II



Japna Kaur Bali
I Prize Short Story Writing
Category II







Mohammed Javeed
II Prize - Short Story Writing
Category II

              

Thanks to all teachers who helped in making the program a big success









Thank You!

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Short Story and Poetry Writing Contests Results!




Congratulations Winners!

Thank You!


Poetry Writing Contest - 12.08.2010



The Poetry Writing Contest was conducted on Thursday, the 12th of August 2010. The theme given was " If I Could Fly!" The results will be announced soon and prizes will be distributed on Saturday, 14.08.2010.

Thank You!