Student Executive Council
Our students imbibe leadership skills as an integral part of the learning process. Adhering to the true spirit of democracy, a Student Executive Council is elected from eligible students. It consists of School Pupil Leader, Assistant School Pupil Leader and Comprises of the House Captains and Vice Captains.
The entire school from class 1 to class 12 is divided into four houses namely
- Meadow Brooke
- Sunny Lake
- Blue Fence
- Rose Brick
with a view to bring out the very best in each student. Each house is under the charge of a Housemistress assisted by Assistant Housemistress and the team. The entire school activities like morning school assembly, maintenance of cleanliness, representing students issue if any is run and managed by the students Executive Council.
Their other house duties include, looking after: Cleanliness, Discipline, Smooth functioning of facilities and Aesthetic enrichment and beautification of the School – planning and implementation.
The Children acquire confidence from the responsibility and slowly and gradually start learning the techniques of organization and management.
The celebration of the Teachers’ Day is ‘Self-teaching day’ when the student council is empowered with the initiative to run the entire school for the whole day.
There are regular Inter-House Competitions. This helps in building team spirit, self-confidence, tolerance, sense of responsibility and leadership. Enormous opportunities are provided to students to exhibit their writing skills through the annual publication Reflection our school magazine. These publications provide them a platform to express themselves and put their thoughts across effectively, logically and imaginatively.
Regular pursuit of a hobby is an integral part of the school’s curriculum. Ample time is provided to each child to discover his/her sphere of interest. Effort is made in moulding and sharpening interest to enable a child to further excel in it. The children are given the opportunity to develop aesthetics, sharpen sensibilities, channelize their energy and ignite interest in various co-curricular activities.
Facilities are provided for :
- Art and Craft
- Rope Skipping
Opportunities are provided to children to develop coordinated skills in a safe and a non-threatening environment. By taking part in structured play situations, both indoors and outdoors, children are offered a chance to try out new skills as well as practice familiar ones. Motor activities, woven into the curriculum, teach and reinforce skills such as balance, hand-eye coordination, rhythm and the manual dexterity necessary to colour, draw and write. As children gain control over their bodies, each child’s self-esteem and confidence grow stronger.
Apart from learning the intricacies of various games and sports, the students develop physical stamina so essential to life.
In addition to athletics various sports facilities provided are:
- Basket ball
- Hand Bal
- Kho Kho
“Never give up on something you really want. There is nothing called impossible, if you really try. You’ll definitely understand that things are only at your reach.”
Motto : “Building Confidence”
This is the attitude that the English Club members of our school grow with. With the confidence that they have developed, they work together to build the same among their friends and other school mates.
Motto : Hindi Hai Desh Ki Bashaa, Hindi Hai Humaree Aasha !!!
Culture is a summation of all the experience the human race has gathered over the past centuries. At the present phase of human civilization a majority of younger generation relates the word “Culture” with anything that is obsolete, worn out and perhaps a symbol of boredom. The younger masses tend to forget that we all are an integral part of this culture and heritage, which India possesses in abundance. We all are Indians and Hindi has been a link between various sections of the society over centuries, but due to the influence of western culture it is rapidly losing its importance. Students find it very irrelevant to study a language, which in modern human civilization has limited application. Thus clubs have turned out to become an integral part of students’ life. The Hindi Club of Glazebrooke Public School has been started with a vision to promote our Indian culture and to strengthen the bond of HINDI language within the youth.
Every year the club will undertake various programmes such as:
- Certified spoken Hindi course for students.
- Organizing programs on Republic day & Independence Day.
- Ethnic programs on Indian Festivals and culture.
- Singing, rhymes and short – skit competition
- Just a Minute and Speech Competition
- Inter house – Essay writing, story recitation & writing.
- Word building.
- Designing posters
- Paper presentations.
Math gives us hope that every problem has a solution!
Our Math Club is here to make complicated things simple…!
“Enriching Brain” power is our Motto.
Inauguration of Math Club was held on 15th October 2012 by our beloved Principal Mrs. Hasina Banu.
We proved ourselves in our Past years…! Now marching with our smart brains towards creative goals!
Our Math club members are divided into five groups which are
Ramanujam, Sakunthala Devi, Pythagoras, Euclid & Thales.
Our objective is to improve arithmetical skills in the young generation and to develop interest in Mathematics for creating innovative minds.
- Maths Quest
- Aptitude test
- Maths Fair
Our school Science Club was inaugurated on 15th October 2012 by our beloved Principal Mrs. Hasina Banu.
Motto : INSPIRING INNOVATION
To help the students acquire a basic knowledge of Science and a scientific way of learning, Our main objectives are:
- To arouse and cultivate students’ interest in learning Science.
- To encourage student to participate actively in the activities organized by the Science Club.
- To promote the use of IT in learning Science.
- To understand scientific knowledge through experiments.
“The scientist is not a person who gives the right answers. He’s one who asks the right questions.” – Claude Levi Strauss
Science club activities:
- Model making – Working model, Best out of waste (Recycling)
- Quiz competition – Internal and state level
- Field trip / Industrial visit
- Awareness Programme – Rally
- Case Study
- Survey – Nutrition and health hazards
- Science Exhibition
- Design of a Science Tableau
The Club aims at bringing the talents of young scientist together with – Innovation, Inspiration and Inventions.
We “Discover the Undiscovered”
தமிழ் இலக்கிய மன்றம்
தமிழ் உணர்வு!! தரம் உயர்வு!!
தமிழ் மன்ற நிகழ்வுகளின் ஆண்டறிக்கை:
• கவிதை நாடகம்
• நாடகப் போட்டி
• பட்டி மன்றம்¸ கவிதை
• கட்டுரை பேச்சு
• குழு விவாதம்
• உடனடித் தலைப்பிற்குக் கவிதை¸ கட்டுரை
• ஆங்கிலமின்றி தமிழில் உரையாடும் போட்டி
• செய்தித்தாள் தயார் செய்தல்
• வினாடி வினா
• வார்த்தை விளையாட்டு (நாவிறழ் பயிற்சி)
• தான் எழுதிய கவிதைகளைக் கூறும் போட்டி
• கதை கூறுதல் போட்டி
• ஐந்து நிமிடப் பேச்சு (சிறுதலைப்பு)
Heritage is a cultural legacy or tradition passed on from one generation to another
India is deep rooted in the culture of her past; it is a vast country, and centuries old. The culture of India is one of the oldest and unique. So the students of heritage club join INTACH (The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) in a motive to help and create awareness about India’s heritage among fellow mates and community.
Motto – “Hands on Heritage”
To value and preserve the rich heritage of our Indian Culture
To protect and Improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers, wild life and to have compassion for living creatures.
To take pride in the unique diversity of India’s cultural identity.
Activities of the Club:
- Meetings are arranged on Saturdays with Heritage Club members and lot of Information are discussed on various Heritage topics.
- To conduct interactive activities such as traditional games, quiz and puzzles
- Competitions on creative activities like drawings, writing poems, essays and stories on Indian culture and heritage.
- Collecting interesting facts on the theme and heritage information.
- Heritage walks
- Celebrating all important Indian festivals
- Heritage Club members to organize Navrathri Celebrations in the School campus for a week
- Fancy dress competition for Primary Section
- Heritage club members to take part in various cultural activities in the upcoming celebration organized by INTACH.
- To Celebrate World Heritage Week on November 14th – 21st with Various competitions.
- Mehandi competition
- Rangoli / Kolam
- Folk Dances
- Traditional Food recipes
- Nature Beauty clinic
- To celebrate Grandparents day in the month of December with various cultural activities and games for the grand parents. Traditional Food Mela will also be held on that day.