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Sports Summer Camp

The Best Performers

Sr. No. Game Class Name of Student
1. Basket Ball VIII A Sameeksha Meena
2. Basket Ball VII B Yuvraj Singh
3. Cricket VIII B Arpit Sharma
4. Cricket VIII C Aryan Godara
5. Martial Arts VI C Kokil Burmen
6. Martial Arts II A Divya Jagga
7. Skating VII C Manya Jain
8. Skating VII A Parth Gupta
9. Table Tennis VIII B Dhanvi Agarwal
10. Volley Ball X B Shubham Garg
11. Volley Ball X B Ashmit Jain

Art and Craft Activities


Creativity is the key to organisational and personal development and Springfield School strongly believes in it. In order to nurture the creativity and imagination of our little ones, various craft activities viz. disposable glass craft, CD craft and ice-cream stick craft were conducted in the month of July. The outcome was beautiful and beyond words. These activities not only helped the students to use their imagination but also helped them to learn the art of recycling.


The month of August celebrates the freedom of India and the bond of brotherhood. To fill the hearts of the kids with patriotism in a creative way, various craft activities like tri-colour badge making, tri-colour kite making and tri-colour decorative articles were conducted in our school. With Raksha Bandhan round the corner, little kids participated with much excitement in the Rakhi-making activity. The result was brilliant and outstanding. These activities enhanced the children’s creativity.

Origami Activities

Children love origami as evidenced by how they are enamoured with their first paper airplane, paper hat or paper boat. Origami, the art of paper folding, has many applications in the modern day classroom as it enhances the thinking skills of the students. Keeping this in mind, origami activity was conducted in the month of September in our school. The students participated with much excitement and made appealing origami models.

Hindi Divas and Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

On the 50th birth anniversary of Beohar Rajendra Sinha, the acclaimed Hindi stalwart, Hindi was adopted as the official language of the Republic of India and is now celebrated as Hindi Divas on the 14th September every year.

At Springfield School the occasion was celebrated with a special assembly conducted by Topaz House. Prajna Yadav of Std. XI-B enlightened everyone about the importance of the Hindi language and its popularity in the world. A hilarious poem ‘Hindi Premi Ki Vyatha Katha’ was recited by Suhani Jain of Std. IX-A. Towards the end, the students encouraged everyone present to strive to create a clean India as it was also ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Day’. Harsh Jain of Std. XI-B ensured that all the teachers and students took an oath to fulfil Gandhi Ji’s vision of a better India.