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September 2021

Mayoor School celebrates Hindi Diwas
Hindi got an exalted status in India on September 14, 1949 when it was adopted as the official language of the Constituent Assembly and since then Hindi Diwas is celebrated on September 14 every year all over India with much enthusiasm and ardour to pay tribute to the national language of India. Today, Hindi enjoys the dignity of being one of the official languages of India and furthermore the New Education Policy 2020, promotes Hindi as an important language in the new curriculum.
On this occasion, Mayoor School, Noida observed Hindi Diwas to mark the grandeur of the splendid language and as a patriotic reminder to the students of their common roots and unity. In sync with the commemoration, the students guided by their teachers showcased an enthralling video celebrating the importance of Hindi language and encouraged the usage of it as a medium of conversation.
Reiterating the significance of Hindi Diwas in today’s highly commercialized environment, where people are forgetting their origins, Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi appreciated the efforts of the students for creating such an edifying video expounding the spectacular connotation of the country's most widely spoken language.

Mayoorians pay Tribute to their Teachers

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

Mayoorians observe Teachers' Day every year to honour and appreciate the role played by teachers in the life of their students to ensure a bright future.

In keeping with the tradition, the enthusiastic students of Mayoor School, Noida staged an exhilarating event to celebrate Teachers' Day with great zeal and zest on the virtual platform to express their love and gratitude for their mentors.

At the onset of the special day, Principal, Ms Alka Awasthi in her address, lauded the efforts of the students for putting up such a thoughtful show and thanked all the educators for their remarkable grit and determination in ensuring holistic education during these trying times.
A spirit of joy and celebration filled the ambience when Mayoorians, undeterred by the pandemic. presented a plethora of fun-filled activities to commemorate the special day of the academic calendar. The programme encapsulated a beautiful and soulful song conveying the respect and gratefulness the students have for their teachers. It was followed by a medley of dances, mesmerizing instrumental performances, quizzes based on movies, a skit highlighting the difference between the online and offline mode of teaching, etc. which enthralled and entertained one and all present. Showcasing the affection and bond that holds each member of the Mayoor family, an insightful video was presented by the students for their teachers. An amazing presentation by the cultural department encompassing an array of mellifluous songs from the golden era of Hindi cinema marked the end of the memorable day. 
The entire event was hugely applauded and will always remain as a beautiful memory in the hearts of everyone present.

August 2021

Mayoor celebrates Sanskrit Divas

Our modern languages in India are children of Sanskrit, and to it owe most of their vocabulary and their forms of expression.

                                                                                                                                                                                         Jawaharlal Nehru

The New Education Policy promotes Sanskrit as an important, enriching language option for students in school and higher education. To commemorate the significance of this ancient Indian language, Sanskrit Diwas is celebrated nationwide to promote its revival and acceptance.

In solidarity with the same, the Hindi Department of Mayoor School, Noida observed the celebrated day by organizing a short online presentation featuring students of the middle and senior school reciting verses in Sanskrit and showcasing their aptitude while highlighting the connotation of the beautiful language.

To apprise the Mayoorians about the importance of Sanskrit and its universal recognition as the language containing the earliest literature in the world, such thoughtful activities are organized quite often at Mayoor.

Reiterating the rich tradition of Sanskrit literature, Principal, Mrs. Alka Awasthi admired the efforts of the children for creating such a mesmerizing video and enriching all with the history of the language.

Mayoor organises Prize Distribution Ceremony for Class X

There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         - Colin Powell

Mayoor School, Noida organized the Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony for class X of the academic session 2020-21 on 28 August 2021 to acknowledge and felicitate the meritorious Mayoorians for having attained outstanding attainments in scholastic and co-scholastic domains.

The momentous day commenced by invoking God’s blessings through the auspicious lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the Principal, the Vice Principal and the Headmistress. The academic and co-curricular achievers for six consecutive years were conferred with gold medals, three years’ scholars and honours with the coveted blazers and achievers in curricular and co-curricular activities with scholars and honours badges respectively to applaud their dedication and earnest efforts in academics, art and sports.

The vibrant ceremony which echoed the exuberance of the day showcased the sublime energy of rhythm and melody exuded through the brief interludes in the form of cultural presentations. The seamless recital of a flowing fusion of dance and yoga followed by a spectacular instrumental display performed by the students from the comfort of their homes enthralled the audience profoundly.

Principal, Ms Alka Awasthi, in her address, congratulated the young jubilant prize-winners and blessed them to achieve the pinnacle of success and make a positive difference to the society through their resilience, grit and leadership. She also thanked the parents for the continued support and immense contribution in the realization of this jubilant day.

Mayoor hosts Investiture Ceremony 2021: The Journey Towards Leadership

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.                                                                

                                                                                                                                                – John Quincy Adams

Mayoor School, Noida held the much-awaited Investiture Ceremony on August 28, 2021, to induct the newly elected student council and bestow the virtuous deserving students with the mantle of responsibility of leading their School from the front with commitment, confidence and competence. The honourable Chief Guest, Gen. (Retd.) Surendra Kulkarni who served in the Indian Army for about four decades and presently is the Principal Director at Mayo College, Ajmer graced the momentous occasion with his august presence. The esteemed members of the Management, Administrative Heads, Parents, Staff members, and Students became a part of the remarkable virtual event through the live streaming of the same on the social networking platform.

A spirit of commitment and dynamism filled the air as the ceremony was flagged off with the Principal’s address welcoming all the eminent dignitaries and viewers. Sharing her prudent thoughts on leadership, she also encouraged the students to keep moving forward despite all the obstacles and challenges.

It was followed by an inspiring speech by the chief guest, a Param Vishisht Seva Medal awardee, wherein he advised the students to inculcate the values of dedication, discipline and determination as they are the torch bearers of tomorrow. He also administered the oath to the newly constituted Student Council and urged them to escalate the rich ethos and legacy of Mayoor to monumental heights under their infallible leadership. 

Saarim Ahmad, Divyansha Sachdeva, Yash Bhargava and Sumit Tahiliani were appointed as the Head Boy, the Head Girl, President Student Council and the Secretary Student Council respectively who through their speeches promised to deliver all the responsibilities entrusted to them with integrity and dedication and take the school banner towards higher echelons. The solemn ceremony was interspersed with a plethora of cultural programmes which was in harmony with the exuberance of the day. It was a proud moment for all the office bearers who were filled with zeal and zest to take up their duties and their parents to witness their children being invested with responsibilities, as they embarked on a new journey.

Congratulating the newly invested office bearers, Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi advised them to uphold the values of the school motto ‘Gyaan, Dhyaan, Samman’ and carry forth their duties with dedication and diligence. The ceremony concluded with the Vote of Thanks proposed by the Vice Principal, Ms. Sunita Dahiya.

Mayoorians Pay Tribute to Motherland

                       Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high…

                       Into that heaven of freedom, my father, let my country awake.

                                                                                                                  - Rabindranath Tagore

Mayoor School, Noida celebrated the 75th Independence Day with pride and patriotism to commemorate the spirit of this momentous day and acknowledge the importance of the struggle and sacrifices of the freedom fighters in the attainment of independence.

The festivities commenced with the hoisting of our National Tricolour, the pride of the Nation, by the Principal accompanied by the other heads of the institution amidst the rendition of the National Anthem. The ambience reverberated with feelings of patriotism and was resplendent in the shades of tricolour when the assemblage dressed in hues of our National Flag witnessed a plethora of motivating performances on patriotic themes staged by the Cultural Department. Expressing their vision of a new and awakened India, the participating students presented a melange of renditions and pledged their commitment and dedication to upholding the honour, integrity, dignity and uniqueness of our nation.

Furthermore, a special assembly on the topic, Jai Jawaan Jai Kisan, was conducted by the students of class VIII I to salute the real heroes of our country and cherish the essence of brotherhood. The well-designed assembly which comprised a gamut of performances to celebrate the historic day permeated the virtual platform with a halo of patriotic fervour. The enthusiastic students presented patriotic poems and songs, exhilarating instrumental and mesmerizing dance performances and ignited the spirit of patriotism among the audience. Describing the importance of partaking in the nationwide initiative, Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav, the students encouraged everyone to register on rashtragaan.com and upload their video as we traverse the threshold of the 75th year of our Independence. The glorious heritage, culture and significance of Independence Day were shared with great zeal and zest which made the celebration memorable.     

Wishing everyone on the propitious event, Principal, Ms Alka Awasthi urged all Mayoorians to maintain the dignity of being proud citizens by developing a sense of conviction and dedication towards the country.

July 2021

Mayoor organises Prize Distribution Ceremony-A Repertoire of Accolades

A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Colin Powell

In keeping with the tradition of upholding the legacy of excellence and awarding the well-deserving achievers, Mayoor School, Noida organized the Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony on 17 July 2021 to acknowledge and felicitate the meritorious Mayoorians for having attained outstanding achievements in scholastic and co-scholastic domains.

It has been a constant endeavour of Mayoor to furnish the students with self-confidence coupled with assiduity and propel them in their pursuit of excellence to achieve greater goals.?With this thought, amidst this new normal of unprecedented challenges, the school honoured the splendid achievement of the students by organizing the coveted ceremony on the virtual platform.

The momentous day commenced by invoking God’s blessings through the auspicious lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the Principal, the Vice Principal and the Headmistress. The academic and co-curricular achievers for six consecutive years were conferred with gold medals, three years’ scholars with scholars and achievers in co-curricular activities with honours awards to applaud their dedication and earnest efforts in academics, art and sports.

The vibrant ceremony which echoed the exuberance of the day showcased the sublime energy of rhythm and melody exuded through the brief interludes in the form of cultural presentations. The seamless recital of a flowing fusion of dance and yoga followed by a spectacular instrumental display performed by the students from the comfort of their homes enthralled the audience profoundly.

Principal, Ms Alka Awasthi, in her address, congratulated the young jubilant prize-winners and blessed them to soar high and make a positive difference to society through their resilience, grit and leadership. Appreciating the continued support of the parents during these trying times, she thanked them for their defining contribution in the realization of this joyous day.

June 2021

Mayoor celebrates International Day of Yoga

Yoga is a light which once lit will never dim, the better your practice the brighter your flame. 

Mayoor School, Noida celebrated the 7th International Day of Yoga on 21 June 2021 on the digital platform with much fervour and enthusiasm amid Covid-19 pandemic to raise awareness about the important health benefits of practicing Yoga.

In keeping with this year’s theme, Yoga for Well-being, the administrative staff, parents, students, and the teaching and the non teaching staff of the school joined the online celebrations and performed various asanas like Padmasana, Vrikshasana, Makrasana, etc. spreading the message that yoga embodies unity of mind and body and is a holistic approach to health and well-being.

Reiterating that Yoga boosts our immunity which is much relevant for our times in a society still recovering from the impact of the coronavirus disease, Principal, Ms Alka Awasthi applauded the Sports Department for the enriching and rejuvenating session and thanked everyone for their support and co-operation.

April 2021

 

Earth Day celebrated at Mayoor

   “Heaven on Earth is a choice you must make, not a place you must find.”  

With an earnest wish to bequeath a healthier planet to our future generations, Mayoorians made a tangible environmental impact through celebration of the Earth Day on 22 April 2021.

Creativity of students blended with sensitivity towards Mother Nature spoke volumes of the innovative gesture made by Mayoorians. Flower Art, Cards and Book marks witnessed an overwhelming response by the budding artists. Beautiful Planters, Bird Feeders and Jute bags made out of waste promoted the slogan, ‘Reuse, Reduce and Recycle’. Poems, songs and skits presented sent a vivid message to meet the needs of the present without compromising with that of our future generations.  

This one day programme enabled the students to assimilate simply yet clearly that saving the planet Earth is the only dream worth chasing right now.

February 2021

Mayoorians Participate in ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ with Gusto
With an aim to showcase their solidarity with Pariksha Pe Charcha 2021, the students, parents and teachers of Mayoor School, Noida are enthusiastically participating in large numbers in the much-awaited annual event.

The fourth edition of the Interaction Programme where our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi responds to questions related to examination stress posed by students in his uniquely engaging style will be conducted online this year in view of the pandemic and will also include parents and teachers along with the students-our exam warriors. 
Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi appreciated the overwhelming participation of the Mayoorians and their parents and urged everyone to celebrate the essence of examinations and not get intimidated by it.

January 2021

Mayoorians Salute Motherland on 72nd Republic Day

                     Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high…

                   Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake.

                                                                                        Rabindranath Tagore

The 72nd Republic Day was celebrated with pride and patriotism at Mayoor School, Noida on 26 January 2021 to commemorate the spirit of this red-letter day and acknowledge the importance of struggle and sacrifices of the freedom fighters in the attainment of independence.

The virtual festivities commenced with the hoisting of our National Tricolour, the pride of the Nation, amidst the rendition of the National Anthem which was followed by an inspiring speech by our revered Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi. Describing 26 January as a monumental day when we observed the enforcement of the constitution of India which declared us as a sovereign, democratic and republic country, Principal Ma’am urged all Mayoorians to maintain the dignity of being a proud citizen by developing a sense of conviction and dedication towards the country.

The ambience reverberated with the feelings of patriotism and was resplendent in the shades of tricolor when the young students dressed in the hues of our National Flag brought alive the digital platform with a plethora of poetry, spectacular dance and musical performances on patriotic themes of 'Vande Mataram' and 'Jai Hind'. Highlighting the significance of the auspicious occasion, the senior students expressed their vision of a new and awakened India and pledged their commitment to uphold the honour, integrity and uniqueness of our nation.

 

December 2020

Activities

Mayoor Celebrates the Festival of Christmas

To celebrate the spirit and gaiety of Christmas, Mayoor School, Noida, organised  a Christmas party on 24 December 2020 for classes VI – VIII through the digital platform.

The celebration began with a short story highlighting the significance of Christmas which was followed by singing carols and exchanging greetings to rejoice the birth of Lord Jesus. The students attired in beautiful dresses embodying the essence of festivity participated in a number of fun activities and enjoyed the online Christmas revelry with their friends and their teachers.

Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi , appreciated the efforts of the students and wished everyone Merry Christmas.

 

November 2020

Activities

Mayoor Celebrates Children’s Day

On the occasion of Children's Day, the educators at Mayoor School, Noida organized a colourful programme to exhibit their love and affection for their students.

The virtual celebration commenced with Principal Ma’am’s address wherein she encouraged the Mayoorians to dream big and work hard. Through a plethora of exciting performances, the teachers expressed their feelings for their students and wished them a bright future making it a memorable day for all.

 

October 2020

Activities

 
Investiture Ceremony 2020: The Journey towards Leadership 
The first ever Virtual Investiture Ceremony was held on October 14, 2020 to induct the newly elected student council. The chief guest, Dr. Praggya M. Singh, Joint Secretary, CBSE, administered the oath to the newly constituted Student Council Members. 
Puranjay Wadhera, Sai Jahnavi Ravichandran and Jaiditya Dev were appointed as the Head Boy, the Head Girl and the President, Student Council respectively. The solemn ceremony was interspersed with a plethora of cultural programmes. 
Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi told the council to uphold the values of the school motto ‘Gyaan, Dhyaan, Samman’.
 

September 2020

Activities

Mayoor Celebrates Hindi Diwas

With an aim to pay tribute to the official language of India, Hindi Diwas is observed on September 14 all over India with much enthusiasm.

Hindi was adopted as the official language of the Constituent assembly on September 14, 1949 and also the New Education Policy 2020 promotes Hindi as an important language. To commemorate the significance of the day, the students of Mayoor school with the help of their teachers have prepared a captivating video which celebrates the importance of Hindi language and encourages the usage of Hindi as a medium of conversation.

Principal, Mrs. Alka Awasthi appreciated the efforts of the children for creating such a mesmerizing video to mark the importance of the country’s most widely spoken language.

Teacher’s Day Celebration at Mayoor

A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops. 
The enthusiastic students of Mayoor School, Noida celebrated Teacher’s day with great fun and zest on the virtual platform to express their love and gratitude for their mentors.
The programme encapsulated a beautiful song conveying the gratitude and appreciation of the Mayoorians for their teachers, a medley of dances, mesmerizing instrumental performances, etc. which enthralled and entertained one and all present. This was followed by a presentation by the cultural department of Mayoor wherein they presented an alluring   assortment  of mellifluous songs from the golden era of Hindi cinema 
Acknowledging the selfless contribution of the architects of the society, , Vice-Principal, Ms. Sunita Dahiya thanked all the educators for their remarkable grit and determination in ensuring holistic education during these trying times.
Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi, in her address, lauded the efforts of the students for putting up such a thoughtful show and congratulated her teachers for being a part of the most respected and gratifying profession of the world.
 

August 2020

Activities

Prize Distribution Ceremony at Mayoor

Mayoor School, Noida organized the Prize Distribution Ceremony on the virtual platform to felicitate the meritorious students who have excelled in academics and co-curricular activities. The ceremony was graced by Shri. Arvind Kumar Mishra, Assistant Secretary CBSE, Noida as the Chief Guest.

It’s a constant endeavour of Mayoor School to motivate the Mayoorians to achieve higher goals and in this time of restrictions, school did not wish to restrict the appreciation of the praiseworthy students.

The online event which was interspersed with cultural programmes commenced with the invocation of lord’s blessings through the lighting of the ceremonial lamp. The academic and co-curricular achievers for six consecutive years were conferred with gold medals, three years scholars and honours with scholar and honours badges to applaud their dedication and extraordinary efforts in academics, art and sports. An enchanting musical rendition highlighting our united resolve in these trying times touched the musical chord of one and all. It was followed by a graceful fusion of classical and western dance forms- performed individually by the students from the comfort of their homes and edited into a seamless presentation.

The Chief Guest, Shri Arvind Mishra in his address expressed immense gratitude and applauded the school for displaying impeccable credentials in academics and co-curricular activities.

Congratulating the young achievers, Principal, Ms Alka Awasthi, blessed them to soar high with their endeavours and expressed her gratitude to the parents for their unwavering support.

The event ended with vote of thanks proposed by the Vice Principal, Ms Sunita Dahiya wherein she acknowledged the efforts of one and all in making this event a huge success.

Independence Day
 
Mayoor School, Noida celebrated Independence Day with patriotic fervour and enthusiasm. All restrictions of the times were diligently followed keeping the safety in mind. The short ceremony started with the hoisting of the National Flag. The school resonated with the melodious sound of the school choir as they sang about the warriors of independence. Principal Ms. Alka Awasthi congratulated everyone and reiterated that love and respect for motherland is of utmost importance. She spoke about the sacrifices of the martyrs and our collective responsibility towards building the nation of their dreams.
In the run-up to the Independence Day, special online assemblies were conducted which witnessed overwhelming participation by young Mayoorians. Dressed in the colours of the flag they spoke about the India of tomorrow and presented songs and speeches showcasing their love for their motherland. Middle and senior school students participated in various activities organised over the week, that included essay competition, poetry recitation, kite flying etc.
A video by spirited Mayoorians was released to commemorate the auspicious day and reaffirm the pledge of taking our country to greater heights. During these stressful days of the pandemic these celebrations, using online platforms for maximum participation, brought a smile and filled our hearts with renewed pride for our great nation. 
Happy Independence Day!
 

June 2020

Activities

Mayoor Celebrates International Yoga Day 
           
Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.
                                                                                              -- The Bhagavad Gita
Mayoor School, Noida celebrated the International Yoga day on 21 June 2020  amid Covid-19 pandemic reflecting the undeterred spirit of togetherness.
In line with this year’s theme, Yoga at Home and Yoga with Family, the Management, administrative staff, students, parents and the teaching and the non-teaching staff of the school joined the celebrations on  digital platform and performed various asanas for flexibility, lungs and concentration like Padmasana, Vrikshasana, Makrasana, and many more, spreading the message that yoga embodies unity of mind and body and is a holistic approach to health and well-being.
Reiterating that Yoga  is extremely helpful in improving immunity  in these testing times, Principal, Ms Alka Awasthi thanked the Parents for their overwhelming participation  and thanked everyone for their support and co-operation.
 

February 2020

Activities

Fare Thee Well... Best Wishes and Blessings

Mayoor School, Noida bid farewell to the outgoing batch of class XII on 1 February 2020 with great zest and zeal and wished them luck for achieving success in their board exams and future endeavours. Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi, Vice-Principal, and Headmistress graced the occasion with their benign presence and blessed the senior-most students as they are about to embark on a new journey and create a niche for themselves in the world.

The beautifully-decked Amphitheatre festooned with flowers and colourful decorations provided a perfect ambience to the fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers and to recollect joyous moments. Each student of class XII was awarded with catchy ‘Titles’ corresponding to his or her personality and a souvenir as a token of love and best wishes. The event encompassed lively participation by the class XIstudents who had successfully organized and put together a mesmerizing blend of entertainment and interactive programme. The function began with the Ramp-Walk by the elegantly-dressed students of class XII which formed the highlight of the day and was followed by breathtaking dance and song performances by class XI. While reminiscing their experiences at Mayoor, the Head boy, the Head girl and the President, Student Council, expressed their gratitude to their teachers and their alma mater.  In a keenly contested event which included a tricky question-answer round, Divita Kochar and Yash Agrawal were declared Ms. Mayoor and Mr. Mayoor respectively amidst a lot of cheer and applause.
 
The grand function culminated with cake cutting and scrumptious lunch whilst witnessing some strong emotional and enjoyable moments enabling the excited zealots to take back wonderful and celebratory memories of the day.
 
 
 

January 2020

Activities

 
Mayoor Hosts Odyssey of The Mind

Mayoor School, Noida hosted the regional round of Odyssey of the Mind, an International Creative Problem Solving Programme, on 25 January 2020. The mega event which was successfully held under the able guidance of Mr. Prabhat  Sachdeva , Associate Director of the programme and their team, witnessed a participation of 360 enthusiastic students representing 54 teams from different states.

The event which encompassed a unique problem solving tool for nurturing creativity commenced with the warm welcoming of the Chief Guest, Mr. Manoj Kumar Aggarwal, CMD, EdCIL (India) and the worthy judges followed by the ceremonial lighting of the lamp. Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi in her address, welcomed all the participants, expressed her gratitude to the judges and cheered everyone to put their best foot forward and make the event a great success.

All the teams were brimming with exuberance and excitement, and actively participated in the competition which provided the students a platform to unleash their creativity and imagination. The interesting show on the theme, Science behind Magic, which was performed during the valedictory function was enjoyed and applauded by all. The support and guidance of the eminent judges, from various fields, added value to the event. Reiterating the importance of life skill development among the students, the Chief Guest appreciated the performances and efforts of the students and congratulated the School for hosting such a spectacular event which would enable the young ignited minds to enhance their self-confidence and esteem. The overall winning trophy was bagged by Maharaja Agrasen Public School, Delhi followed by Mayoor School, Noida in the second position.

The event concluded with the Vote of Thanks proposed by the Vice-Principal, Ms. Sunita Dahiya.

Mayoor Celebrates the Bliss of Reading Together

To celebrate the pleasure and joy of reading, Mayoor School, Noida organized the event, ‘One Nation Reading Together’ at the school premises on January 24, 2020.

The main objective of the event was to revive the art of reading and motivate everyone to seek pleasure in the vast and beautiful world of books.  All the students assembled in different venues with their favourite books and immersed in the sea of blissful reading. They learned about the importance of reading, participated in many book related activities and listened to the stories read out by the teachers which were a thrilling and edifying experience. The entire school throbbed with the same pulse of reading as the Principal, Vice-Principal, Headmistress, Students, Teachers, Administrative, Transport and Housekeeping staff joined enthusiastically to make the event a grand success. The activity of reading together inculcated a feeling of oneness and reinforced the habit of reading among the students.

Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi, explained the students about the benefits and bliss of reading good books and encouraged the young ignited minds to develop a passion for reading and believe in the adage ‘Books are our best friends’.

Sports Cum Cultural Fiesta at Mayoor

Mayoor School, Noida reverberated with vim and vigour as Sports and Cultural fiesta, ‘Kshitij Ki Aur’ was celebrated by the primary block on 25 January 2020 in the school ground. Mr. Rajeev Rai, Sub Divisional Magistrate, Noida was the chief guest for the day. Special Guests, honourable Justice Mrs. Vijay Lakshmi and luminary R J Naved along with the esteemed members of the school management graced the occasion with their benign presence. The event saw 100% participation of the primary wing students and the enclosures could be seen teeming with their parents.

The Opening ceremony was initiated with March Past by the students of the five houses – Amber, Krishanu, Salil, Varun and Vasudha exuding oneness, fidelity and loyalty to their respective houses. Thereafter the torch was lit to commemorate the true feeling of sportsmanship and fair play. Zesty display by mesmeric Mayoorians enticed the viewers during several drill performances like Zen Dance, Yoga Drill, Martial Arts and Zumba. The enthralling dance presentation, ‘Nature Nurtures’ by the exuberant dancers of Mayoor was an ode attributed to the generosity of nature. Spectators held their breath during the karate demonstration and the equestrian events. Keeping Health and Hygiene in preview, the school deliberately incorporated the spirit of Fit India and Swachh Bharat campaigns through field and track events. The students enthusiastically cheered for their House mates during the athletic events. In the end, the Houses were awarded for their performance throughout the year and Salil House received the trophy for the ‘BEST HOUSE’. Excitement knew no boundaries when parents, teachers, bus drivers and housekeeping staff set the track on fire. Surprise struck the spectators during Grand Finale when a hyper-realistic sculpture of Mahatma Gandhi was created to honour the Father of the Nation.

The Chief Guest, in his address, exhorted the students to imbibe the value of sportsmanship and appreciated the event immensely.  R J Naved, in his alluring baritone, congratulated the school for putting up such a fantabulous show.

Lauding the efforts of the participants, Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi urged the sports enthusiasts to channelize their energy to win personal championship and realize their true potential.

Fun- Filled Fiesta at Mayoor

Mayoor School, Noida welcomed the winter chill with great warmth and gusto with the much awaited Winter Carnival on Sunday, January 19, 2020. The fun filled fiesta encapsulated a plethora of activities. From exciting games to joy rides to sumptuous food, it had everything to entertain and enthral everyone present. The school ground pulsated with scintillating music and everyone’s attention was glued to the Centrestage for the delightful songs and reverberating dances.

With the united efforts of the Mayoorians and the Teaching Faculty, all the classes had put up stalls with vibrant and artistic themes. The decor was spectacular radiating jubilation and merriment which mesmerized the visitors. In keeping with the spirit of the carnival, Mayoor was decked up with multi-coloured balloons presenting a visual feast and was brimming with joy and gaiety as it witnessed a thronging crowd of more than 4000 people full of excitement and enthusiasm. The event also saw an exuberant performance presented by the young Mayoorians which left the spectators spellbound.

The School Management appreciated the efforts of one and all in making the fête a grand success and presented a cheque to SETU, an NGO working for the empowerment of lesser-privileged children of the society. The extravaganza came to a close with the Raffle wherein the winners were gifted attractive prizes.

Extending her gratitude to the School Management, Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi, lauded the zest and zeal exuded by the students as well by the teachers and hugely thanked the parents for their support and cooperation for making the day a memorable one.