Bulletin: August 2016
Healthy Food Day
Healthy Food Day was celebrated by the students of KG II on 3rd August 2016. The students were taught the importance of eating healthy to stay fit. They were encouraged to avoid junk food and brought with them sprouts, fruits, and salads to munch during tiffin time. They also made and displayed worksheets on the topic of Healthy food.
The students of KG-I rang in the month of August by celebrating Friendship Week. They were taught the importance of friends through stories, worksheets and audio visual aids. The celebrations culminated by tying Friendship bands on each others’ wrists on 5th August 2016.
Bulletin: July 2016
TATA Young Expression 2016
Anish Srivastava, of Std 2C, was placed first in the event “Shutterbugs”, at the TATA Young Expression 2016. He received his award from the TATA Group Chairman Mr Cyrus P Mistry, on 28th July 2016 at Taj Palace, Mumbai.
Waste Not, Want Not
The toddlers of KG-I, organized “Waste Not, Want Not”, a rally to generate awareness about the importance of food. They encouraged everyone to value food, recycle food, and to donate left overs to the poor and needy. They also collected dry food like biscuits and cakes for donation to the Voice of Humanity organization. The rally was flagged off at 10.30 am and was witnessed by students, teachers, parents and residents of the neighborhood.
Bulletin: June 2016
Cash Award for Students
121 students from Std 7 to 12 who scored 90% and above in a particular subject in all the three terms in the previous Academic Year, were given a Cash Award of Rs 200/- per subject, in a special assembly held on 29th June 2016.
Thank You Thursday
The primary section and middle school celebrates the importance of values, and shows gratitude to their parents, teachers, friends, helpers in the school, van drivers etc, by saying thank you. 3 students and 1 teacher say thank you to a person of their choice in the morning assembly every Thursday.
Synopsis of Golden Jubilee Programme
Golden Jubilee Programme: 21st to 23rd December, 2015.
D. B. M. S. English School completed 50 glorious years of its existence in the Steel City of Jamshedpur. A 3 days grand celebration was held in the school on 21st, 22nd and 23rd December, 2015. A momentous occasion in its history. It saw one of the founder members, Mrs. Bhanumathi Neelakantan, the architect of the school's glorious existence, spear heading and co-ordinating all the arrangements.
Steel city cradlers put up one of their best shows at ‘Kiddies Bonanza’ organized by the DBMS English School on 7th November, 2015 for the students of the primary level i.e. KG 1 to Std.3. Various on stage and off stage events were held simultaneously. The musical band of the participating schools rocked the stage and enthralled the crowd with their electrifying performance.
The Antakshari was a battle of melodious tunes. DBMS English School returned home with the first prize in their Kitty.