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Our nation is celebrating the 75th anniversary of India’s Independence. To commemorate this,a series of events under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahatosav was planned by the Government of India.Quiz on Freedom Fighters was planned by CBSE for class V students.
Result of Quiz Competition
                   S. No.             Name of the Student              Class              Position
                     1.                Aditi                            V-G                1st
                     2.                Tarun Kumar                      V-G                1st
                     3.                Prashast Sharma                  V-L                1st
                     4.                Pranjal                          V-G                2nd
                     5.                Ayaan Singhal                    V-H                2nd
                     6.                Neeladri Samanta                 V-J                2nd
                     7.                Anushka                          V-G                3rd
                     8.                Haseena Begum                    V-H                3rd
                     9.                Mohan Chandra                    V-I                3rd

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Constitution Day, also known as National Law Day, is observed annually on 26 November to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. The Constituent Assembly adopted the Constitution of India on 26 November, 1949, and it came into force on 26 January 1950, which is celebrated in the country as Republic Day. The Constitution forms the backbone of our country and on the occasion of constitution day Let us thank all those who gave us such a strong constitution. The occasion was also celebrated in the premises of APS Bathinda in all its solemnity. It was marked by the conduct of a ‘Special Assembly’ by the students of the school. The celebration started with very apt words as the thought for the day“The flavor of tricolor should not be depicted only through our words but also through our actions." This worthy thought was followed by an oath on preamble taken by the students.The assembly ground echoed with the words” we the people of India…………..’’

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"There is no way of peace, peace is a way"

National Foundation for Communal Harmony (NFCH) observes Communal Harmony Campaign Week every year. The last working day of the week is observed as Flag Day of the Foundation. Communal Harmony Day to commemorate the birth anniversary of the late Rajiv Gandhi, former Prime Minister of India. This day is observed to encourage national integration, peace, affection and communal harmony among Indian people of all religions. Communal harmony is the principle of peace and harmony existing amongst various religious communities free from violence and hatred. To mark the celebration of communal harmony week APS Bathinda celebrated this week by distributing flags to the students. A play was performed by the teachers with the message of communal harmony. Speech was given by the Co-ordinator Primary wing. The celebration concluded with a melodious song on Communal Harmony.

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Enthusiastic Welcome of Students APS Extension (Class I & II)

It was a delight today to welcome our students back into the building. The extensive preparation and planning put into making school re entry safe and welcoming is testament to the care and commitment of all APS extension staff. The aim on the first day back was to normalize the school day,have students reacclimatise to the building and reengage positive connections with other students and teachers, all of which are essential for successful learning and growth. This seems to have been a success, despite the masks , cohorts , handwashing and physical distancing. We welcome all those who are back to school , new students and parents . Our aim is to make students feel safe and cared for .

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It's school time again! Starting a school year is always full of emotions.It was a momentous moment to welcome our students back after the pandemic.It was really wonderful to see shining eyes peeking over the top of masks.APS Bathinda Primary wing(Classes III- V) started offline classes alongwith the online mode which continues for the students who cannot attend the physical classes.A student can always understand the online lessons, but it is wonderful when we have face-to-face meetings with the teacher. Going to school is cool. There are many changes though: we can’t hug the teachers, we always have to wear masks, hugging friends is not allowed either. Breaks are shortened but above all, it’s good to go to school .

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''Every child is a different kind of flower and all together makes this world a beautiful garden".

November 14 is celebrated as children's day or Bal Diwas every year in India. The special day is celebrated in remembrance of India's first Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru, born on 14th Nov 1889, he was also known as Pandit Nehru. He was fondly called Chacha Nehru, and was popular amongst children for his love. November 14 marks Nehru's devotion to wellfare, education and development of children and young people. Army Public School Bathinda celebrated children's day to make this event memorable for our little ones in the school premises. The day, commemorated with immense joy, enthusiasm and magnificence. The celebration began with the welcome song followed by various games involving children and dance performances by teachers. The Principal encouraged the gathering and motivated all the students to be more focused. The students were overwhelmed and enjoyed the day to their fullest.

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May the festival of lights be the harbinger of joy and prosperity.

Diwali is the festival that spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. Students of Army Public School Bathinda participated in different activities organised on the occasion of Diwali under the theme ‘Eco Friendly Diwali’. Tiny tots of APS Bathinda participated in poster making and Diya or candle decoration activity whereas the students of primary wing made the Door Bandanwar. Students of the Senior wing participated enthusiastically in the Inter House Rangoli Competition. Glimpses of all the activities are shared in the video. Team APS Bti wishes you a happy and prosperous Diwali!

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*‘’Where there is unity Victory is always there’’*

India is a unique nation, whose fabric has been woven by diverse linguistic, cultural and religious threads, held together into a composite national identity by a rich history of cultural evolution, coupled with a rousing freedom struggle that was built around the tenets of non-violence and justice. The idea of a sustained and structured cultural connect between people of different regions was mooted by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi during the Rashtriya Ekta Divas held on 31st October 2014, to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Army Public School, Bathinda shared video to inculcate the value of ‘Unity in Diversity’ that ought to be celebrated through mutual interaction & reciprocity between people of different States and UTs so that a common spirit of understanding resonates throughout the country. APS Bathinda organised Pledge Ceremony for Classes I to XII and slogan writing activity was conducted for Classes II & IV.

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Vigilance Awareness Week 2021 was observed from 26 Oct to 01 Nov 2021 in Army Public School, Bathinda with the theme “Independent India @75: Self Reliance with Integrity”. The observance of the week commenced with the Integrity Pledge by teachers of APS Bathinda. Poster Making Activity was conducted for the students as the part of Vigilance Awareness Week 2021. Students of class XI participated in this activity.

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''Unity in Diversity is our Cultural Heritage'''

India is the most diverse country in the entire world. However, unity among the citizens is a unique feature of our country. In a view to strengthen this unity, the Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi launched a nationwide programme called the “Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat” programme on 31st October 2015. Army Public School Bathinda organised fancy dress competition and dance competition for students to strengthen and maintain the existing bonds among the people of the different states of India through various cultural dance forms.

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"One Individual May Die, But that idea will not, After his death, incarnates Itself in a Thousand lives"

Around 75 years ago, on the historic date of 15th August 1947, India became free from British domination.. This independence was achieved through various freedom fighters' hard work, sacrifice, and pain had led to our freedom. Various fighters fought endlessly to free us from slavery and protect our motherland. APS Bathinda is sharing a video to inculcate the power of team work, sacrifice self, patriotism and integrity among the students.

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"Set your goals high, and don't stop till you get there"

We are blessed to be born in a country of real heroes who are always there to protect us and keep us safe.
Every year, India celebrates the Indian Air Force Day on 8 October to extend the country’s appreciation and gratitude to the Indian Air Force.
In addition to defending India’s air space, Indian Air Force also participates in disaster management programs and humanitarian missions.
Let us celebrate the Indian Air Force Day by thanking all the soldiers for being a part of courageous and inspirational force.We feel proud to have you as our saviors of the air wishing you all a very Happy Indian Air Force Day.

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"A parent is a teacher at home A teacher is a parent in school The child is the center of our universe."

Army Public School Bathinda Military Station Extension organized an Online Orientation Programme for the parents of Class I and II on 18.09.2021 under the able guidance of Ms Dorthy Bhatti (Primary Wing Extension Coordinator). The aim was to familiarize the parents as ‘Partner in Progress’ with
                                                •	Curriculum
                                                •	Rules and Regulations of school
                                                •	Teaching Methodologies
                                                •	Co – Curricular Activities
The session started with a welcome note by Ms H Grewal and Ms Surbhi Goyal HOD’s of Class I and Class II. PPT was presented by Class I and Class II teachers to discuss different problems faced by teachers / parents during Online Classes. The session was concluded by our Class Teachers of Class I and Class II who readily answered the queries of the parents. The Orientation Programme ended on a good note with an aim of growing our children into happy, skill full and creatively well adjusted citizens.

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14 सितंबर के इस पुनीत हिंदी दिवस समारोह को आज की प्रार्थना सभा में मुख्याध्यापिका श्रीमति सुखदीप कौर जी की उपस्थिति में अत्यंत हर्षोल्लास से मनाया गया । प्रार्थना सभा की शुरुआत ईश्वर वंदना से की गई । इसके उपरांत विद्यालय के छात्रों के द्वारा समूहगीत प्रस्तुत किया गया । छात्रा एनम ने अपने विचारों के द्वारा हिंदी भाषा के महत्तव को प्रकट किया । स्कूल के शिक्षकों के द्वारा भी कविता व समूहगान प्रस्तुत किया गया । वरिष्ठ अध्यापिका श्रीमति रेणु आर्य जी ने अपने विचारों द्वारा सभी का मार्गदर्शन किया ।

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*"गर्व हमें है हिंदी पर, शान हमारी हिंदी है कहते –सुनते हिंदी हम, पहचान हमारी हिंदी है "*

भारत में हर साल 14 सितंबर को राजभाषा के प्रचार और प्रसार के लिए हिंदी दिवस मनाया जाता है। हिंदी दिवस के महत्व को चिह्नित करने के लिए, आर्मी पब्लिक स्कूल, बठिंडा में 10 सितंबर 2021 को कक्षा II , V के छात्रों लिए एक *नारा लेखन गतिविधि *का आयोजन किया गया । गतिविधि का उद्देश्य हिंदी दिवस के महत्व पर ज्ञान देना तथा हिंदी भाषा के प्रति प्रेम पैदा करना था।

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"A teacher's purpose is not to create students in his own image, But to develop students who can create their own image."

Teachers' Day was celebrated in Army Public School to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – First Vice President of India and the Second President of India. Our diligent members of the student council did a commendable job in organizing Teachers' Day celebration in school. The event initiated with an inspirational quote along with a welcome speech by Hasan Faraz, Head Boy APS Bathinda Students extended their sincere gratitude to the worthy teachers for being the guiding force and giving the best to the children of APS. Students mesmerized the audience with a melodious song, amazing kalbelia and fusion dance. Fun filled and interesting games were also organized by the students for the teachers. The function concluded with energetic Bhangra performance. All the teachers were extremely glad to receive the token of love from their dear students and thoroughly enjoyed the entire event organized by the students.

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“The light of the world, the beacon in the dark and the hope that gives us strength to survive, is our teacher.”

Teachers' Day is celebrated in India on the 5th of September every year. It is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was the second President of India and a great scholar. Teachers' Day is an important occasion for all the educational institutions and honours the hard work and teachings of all the respected teachers. To mark the significance of Teachers' Day, Army Public School, Bathinda organised a card making activity on 3 September 2021 for class I and IV. The aim of the activity was to show their gratitude and respect to their teachers. To honour their teachers, students made handmade cards as a token of love.

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“The more difficult the victory, the greater the happiness in winning.”
Sports and games are an integral part of our life and have become a way of life for a healthy and fit India. Sports play a pivotal role in the makeup of a young athlete. National Sports Day is celebrated on 29th of August every year. It marks the birth anniversary of Hockey Legend, Major Dhyan Chand, who is regarded as the greatest Hockey player of all times. To mark the significance of National Sports Day, Army Public School, Bathinda organised a collage making activity on ‘cultural games’ on 28 August. The aim of the activity was to develop the students understanding of how children’s games and their variations have been passed on through generations and around the world.

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Inter-School Debate and Declamation contest was organised by Delhi Public School Bathinda on 26 August 2021 with the aim to provide the students a chance to articulate their thoughts in a critical manner. The contest was held online on Zoom app. The topic of the declamation was India of my Dreams and debate was Artificial Intelligence is dangerous. Three students, Manya of Class VIII, Yashasvini Girdhar of Class VIII and Ayaan Singhal of Class V from APS Bathinda, took part in the competition. It is a moment of immense pride for APS Bathinda to share that all our participants bagged various prizes and brought laurels to our school. Team Army Public School, Bathinda stood first in this contest. Results for the individual speakers are as follows:
     	 Name of the Student	       Class & Sec	      Position 
      1.	      AYAAN SINGHAL	            V H	                1ST 
      2.	      YASHASVINI GIRDHAR	    VIII A	        2ND 
      3.	      MANYA	                    VIII A	        3RD 

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Raksha Bandhan symbolises the true love and bond between brothers and sisters. Rakhi has deep significance and it has been used for the protection of the person who ties it on his hand from mythological times. To mark the importance and significance of the festival ‘Rakhi Making Competition’ was organised for students of class IV in Army Public School, Bathinda on 22 August 2021. The students enthusiastically participated in this activity. Students showcased their talent by sending the virtual pictures of their beautiful and creative hand-made Rakhi using craft material .Following are the details of the best three entries of the competition.
1st Position –      Harman              I-H 
2nd Position –      Priyosmita          I-F
3rd Position –      Vaghela Meet        I-A and Ayansh I-E

1st Position –      Ekamjot singh       IV-D
2nd Position –      rathamesh Aier      IV-B
3rd Position –      Thota Thanusri      IV-E

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This Independence Day let’s take a pledge to protect the peace and unity of our great nation. Our freedom fighters endured countless sufferings to give Indians their freedom. It is a day to remember and honour them. Team APS Bathinda pays the tribute to all those who shed their blood for our freedom. The ceremony began with the flag hoisting and honourable Principal Ma’am addressed the gathering with her motivating speech.
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Activity on Independence Day

We should all be proud to be an Indian, and we should admire our fortune to have been born in the land of Independent India. Therefore we must acknowledge the sacrifice of our freedom fighters. On this auspicious occasion Students of class II and III APS Bathinda enthusiastically participated in thumb painting competition and showcased their love and patriotism for nation through colours.
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VISMAY-2021 “Unleash The Star Within” was organised by APS Bolarum on 31 July 2021. There were various events under three categories. Students of APS Bathinda participated in many events and the school is glad to share that our growing talent won three prizes and brought laurels to APS Bathinda.
Winners of the events are:
        Ist    	:  Aritrika (IV A)       :      Face Painting   
        2nd	    :  Prashast Sharma (V L) :      Eco Rap	   
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"‘Quartered in snow, silent to remain. When the bugle calls, they shall rise and march again.’"
Kargil Vijay Diwas is observed on 26 July to commemorate the victory of the Indian soldiers over the infiltrating Pakistani troops. On the 22nd anniversary of Kargil Vijay Diwas, let’s remember the bravery of our soldiers who sacrificed their life. A solemn ceremony was organised as a part of `Kargil Vijay Diwas 2021` celebration in Army Public School, Bathinda Military Station.
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Workshop- Interaction On Seamless Transition (24 July 2021 )

The National Education Policy 2020, approved by the Union Cabinet of India on 29 July 2020 outlines the vision of India's new education system. It emphasizes on Early childhood Care Education (ECCE), primary education and also on seamless transition. To attain this goal, a workshop and an interaction session with the UKG teachers from all the five CAPPS was successfully conducted by Ms. Pragya Sharma (Coordinator, Primary wing, APS mains) and Ms. Indu Sharma(Master Trainer, NEP) on 22 July, 2021 and 24 July 2021. The workshops was attended by Ms. Dorthy Bhatti (Coordinator, APS extension), a team of teachers from primary wing and CAPPS teachers. The workshops proved to be enlightening and informative.

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Workshop on NEP(National Education Policy) and ECCE(Early Childhood Care Education) (22 July 2021)

The National Education Policy 2020, approved by the Union Cabinet of India on 29 July 2020 outlines the vision of India's new education system. It emphasizes on Early childhood Care Education (ECCE), primary education and also on seamless transition. To attain this goal, a workshop and an interaction session with the UKG teachers from all the five CAPPS was successfully conducted by Ms. Pragya Sharma (Coordinator, Primary wing, APS mains) and Ms. Indu Sharma(Master Trainer, NEP) on 22 July, 2021 and 24 July 2021. The workshops was attended by Ms. Dorthy Bhatti (Coordinator, APS extension), a team of teachers from primary wing and CAPPS teachers. The workshops proved to be enlightening and informative.

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“A dream doesn't become reality through magic, it takes sweat, hard work and determination “

It's a matter of privilege for APS Extension to welcome Ms Sukhdeep Kaur, our new Principal who is known for her leadership qualities, immense knowledge and sincerity. A welcome ceremony was held in APS Extension on 7th of July 2021 and a speech was delivered highlighting mam’s teaching career , achievements and contribution in all important events of school as teacher and Vice Principal. Keeping in view the COVID protocol, the Activity Incharges presented a bouquet and a beautiful card with greetings on her new joining. A staff meeting was held in the assembly area where Ms. Sukhdeep Kaur addressed the staff members and motivated them. With her experience, guidance, enthusiasm and vision may APS Bathinda reach the next level of glory.

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It is a matter of great pleasure and honour for Army Public School Bathinda Military station to whole heartedly welcome Ms Sukhdeep Kaur as the new Principal. She has immense leadership qualities, and determinism. A welcome ceremony was held on 5th of July 2021. Keeping in view the COVID protocol, the senior staff presented a bouquet to the new principal. A welcome song was played and a beautiful card was presented with greetings on her new joining. A staff meeting was held in the assembly ground where Ms. Sukhdeep Kaur addressed the staff members and motivated them. With her energy, enthusiasm and vision APS Bathinda hopes to achieve greater levels of excellence.
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"Vocal About Local”
Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan or Self-reliant India campaign is the vision of new India envisaged by the Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. The aim is to make the country and its citizens independent and self-reliant in all senses. India has demonstrated how it rises up to challenges and uncovers opportunities therein. So, to spread awareness and to know more about this campaign Army Public School Bathinda conducted a poem recitation activity under the theme ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ for class I and IV. Students enthusiastically participated in this activity. They recorded their videos and sent to their respective class teachers. Following are the details of the best three entries of the competition:
1st Position – Hafsa          I-L and   Virat Bakshi   I-D
2nd Position – Manaswi        I-C  and   Advika        I-H
3rd Position – Ritika Kumari  I-G  and   Ved Patel     I-A 

1st Position – Yakshit Aggarwal    IV-B
2nd Position – Mane Shravani       IV-I
3rd Position – Anajli              IV-A

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"Celebrating Yoga Day”
Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It not only embodies unity of mind and body but also helps in strengthening harmony between man and nature hence resulting in enhancing a holistic approach to health and well-being. World Yoga Day was celebrated by our students of classes II and III with great enthusiasm. Students demonstrated various asanas and sent their photos. It encouraged everyone to practice regular yoga with a goal to remain fit and improve concentration. Regular practice of yoga will surely help our students in achieving a healthy and happy life.

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"Celebrating Environment Day”
The school organized a tree plantation drive and poster making competition to mark World Environment Day. Students of class I and V showcased their concern towards the environment by planting saplings around their houses and by making posters based on environment . Class I students clicked pictures and shared it with their teachers and classmates and encouraged everyone to participate in the drive enthusiastically. In poster making competition for class V, all the students participated and sent the pictures of posters. School appreciated the efforts of the students and motivated them to adopt eco-friendly measures to conserve various life forms on the Earth.

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"A teacher can never truly teach unless he is still learning himself. A lamp can never light another lamp unless it continues to bum its own flame."
In-service training is most essential for the professional growth of the teachers. One needs to renovate his/her experience, refresh knowledge, develop a wider outlook, benefit by the experiences of others and acquire new information which further leads to be better job performance . It also helps the teachers to face new challenges and changes in this competitive world. With the same inspiration an In-service Teachers’ Training Programme was conducted online on Microsoft Teams App from 27 May 2021 - 2 June 2021. Programme began with the workshop conducted by Ms Dorthy Bhatti (Coordinator, Jr Wg Extn.), Ms Indu Sharma (PRT) and Ms Divya Yadav (PRT) on ‘National Education Policy 2020 – Vision and Agenda’. Ms Vaishali Bansal (PGT Commerce) and Ms Sonia Anish (PGT Biology) also explained ‘Curriculum and Pedagogy in Schools’, ‘Teacher Education Empowerment’ and ‘Vision of India’s Higher Education System’ as per NEP 2020. Ms Vishakha Priya (TGT counselor), Ms Tejinder Kaur (TGT Special Educator), Ms Rachna Sharma (PRT), Ms Gurinderjeet (PRT), Ms Sukhjeet (PRT) took up the informative sessions on ‘Inclusive Education In schools.’ External resource persons from LPU Jalandhar also motivated and educated the teachers on various topics like ‘Role of Technology in Modern Education’, ‘Personal Branding/ styling’, ‘Managing Work-Life Balance’ and ‘Soft Skills and Public Dealing.’ All the teachers actively participated in the discussions during the workshops. All the workshops proved to be really fruitful.
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“When a mother is happy, the family is happy. When the family is happy, the nation is happy.”
9 May 2021 was celebrated as Mother’s Day. It is a special day for all children and mothers as it celebrates the bond of love and affection that is everlasting. Students of class III of Army Public School, Bathinda had a special celebration on Mother’s Day, which reminds that in today’s scenario all girls and boys must help their mothers in daily household chores. It is very important to know at this time of lockdown it has become really difficult for our mothers to do all the work alone and feed us on time. Students made short videos while helping their mothers in daily household chores. Tiny tots of Class 1 showed their love to their beloved mother’s through Card Making activity. The kind and sweet gestures of the students to thank their mothers are truly appreciated.

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“All labour that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance, and hence should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.”
To celebrate this painstaking effort of the labour force, that works tirelessly, the International Worker’s Day also called as Labour Day was celebrated at Army Public School, Bathinda Mil. Stn. on 1st May 2021. Labour Day is a reminder for us that these are the real architects of our society, and they deserve their due respect. We have always believed that it is small acts of kindness that count and we attempt to inculcate that same virtue in our children. To acknowledge the efforts and to express the gratitude to the Group D employees working in the school, they were presented with the refreshment as a mark of respect. In the pandemic situation, a short video of all the of the workers working in the school was sent to all the class WhatsApp groups to forge a better understanding of the labour community among our students who must learn to respect and appreciate their efforts.

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“Save our World, save our future, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle”.
Each year the 22nd of April is celebrated as the Earth Day. It is celebrated to create awareness about protecting our planet and preserving the environment. Saving water, reducing pollution, protecting the wildlife, plants and trees, recycling waste are just a few means to saving our environment. Although only one special day is dedicated for this cause, it is the continuous effort of each individual including children that would really make a difference. A Competition was held at Army Public School, Bathinda Mil Stn. on the occasion of World Earth Day. The thought behind conducting this competition was to make the children more concerned about ‘Mother Earth’. For this, a Colour Time Activity was planned for class II in which the students had to make a poster on Earth Day and for Class IV Poem Recitation was conducted. Many students participated and got positions. Active participation of the students in this activity made them learn about the environment, how they can preserve it and why. All the efforts are truly appreciated.

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Elimination of Single use Plastic (20 April 2021- 04 May 2021)
‘The people who make the biggest difference are the ones who do the little things consistently.’
Seeking to make India single-use plastic free by 2022, Centre government has proposed a ban on items such as plastic bags, polythene, straws, soda and water bottles and food packaging items etc. To achieve this goal, everybody has to contribute to save the environment from plethora of problems caused by Single Use Plastics. APS, Bathinda is also participating and playing a vital role in this campaign. To make our students aware about this campaign, three activities have been planned as follows:
20th April 2021: A presentation on elimination of single use plastic was circulated in all the class groups.
26th April 2021: A video on elimination of single use plastic will be shared in all the class groups.
04th May 2021: Two teachers of our School Ms. Divya Yadav and Ms.Sonia Rani will motivate the students by a video. This video will be shared in all the class groups.

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At APS Bathinda, we believe that the traditions and cultural awareness play a crucial role in enabling the children to build a strong foundation of belonging and acceptance through cultural celebrations. To preserve the ancient cultures, World Heritage Day is observed on 18th April every year. For this, a collage making activity was planned for class II and V in which the students had to make a collage of any five heritage sites of India. Many students participated and got positions. Active participation of the students in this activity made them aware of our rich cultural diversity. The efforts were appreciated by all. The results are as follows:
		Class II				Class V
Ist    	: 	Vipra Tharwani		II H		Shailaja		V A	
2nd	: 	Sheikh Nouman	 	II G	 	Sarvika Samjosh 	V L	
                Saanvi 			II C
3rd     : 	Aayush Patel 		2E		Devannshi Pandey	V-E
                Haritha 		2 I	

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Sarasvati Puja was performed in Army Public School, Bathinda on the auspicious occasion of Basant Panchami. The Principal, Vice Principal, Junior Wing Coordinator, Coordinator APS Ext. and teachers were present for the puja. Everyone offered prayers to Goddess Sarasvati and sought her blessings. Sweets were distributed to all the staff members of the school.

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Inauguration of Library (Primary Wing)
The inaugural ceremony for the Library (Primary Wing) was organised on 26thFeb,2021. The Principal, Vice Principal, Junior wing coordinator, Coordinator APS Extension and all the staff members of Primary Wing were present on the occasion. Inauguration commenced with the ribbon cutting ceremony by the Principal, Army Public School, Bhatinda. The Principal also greeted the staff members for their hard work and dedication. The Principal also encouraged the staff to utilise the facilities of the library to the maximum and welcomed their suggestions for the enhancement of the library services.

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Republic Day Celebration (26 January, 2021)
Republic Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm in Army Public School, Bathinda. The celebration commenced with the hoisting of the national flag by the Principal, followed by the medley of patriotic songs performed by the music team of the school. A speech on the occasion was delivered by Mrs Anjana Talwar. At the end, the Principal congratulated everyone for their excellent hard work during the covid-19 period and encouraged the staff members to perform their duties with the same sincerity and dedication towards the nation

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