The Visakha Kendra was started in 1976.
NEWS & EVENTS
Bhavan’s Public School organised ‘SPECTRUM’, an English enrichment programme on September 24, 2022. It is a platform provided to the students which aims at developing public speaking skills and communication skills through myriad activities like Talk shows, Group discussions, Concept presentation, Little chef and Puppet show. The SPECTRUM was organised for Grades 7 to 9 where the students showcased their wide range of ideas, talents and opinions through the medium of English language. The students proved their skills and talents in every aspect from talk shows to group discussions and from showing their best culinary skills to mathematics concept presentation.
The creativity of students came to the fore at a workshop organised by the school. Students celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi by shaping and moulding eco-friendly Ganesha idols with clay. The activity was planned to spread awareness about the environmental hazards of Plaster of Paris (PoP) idols and provide alternative eco-friendly idols.
The activity also helped the families of the students become eco-aware, as each child carried his or her own clay Ganesha home for worship.
Dhruvika Aaryana of Class 4 was featured in Children’s Times e-Magazine, Pune after receiving India Star Icon Kids Achievers Award 2022 on proving her prowess in multiple skills including storytelling, singing, dancing, drawing, fireless cooking, modeling etc. Dhruvika has won more than 20 prizes in various contests online and offline in a span of 18 months through her hard work, passion, persistence.
P. Shanmukham of Class 7 from Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Public School, Visakhapatnam, secured 3rd position in the state level U-13 boys table tennis category. The SAAP Table Tennis League 2022, state-level competition for boys and girls, men and women was held on July 23 and 24, 2022 at IGMC Stadium, Vijayawada, NTR District.
Visakhapatnam Public Library in association with Bhavan’s Public School launched Miyawaki Storytime on August 7, 2022. This is an interactive weekend activity session for children designed to use stories, art and creativity to kindle children’s imagination.
Every session starts with a storytelling performance and is followed by fun activities like origami, art and craft, STEM activities and more. These sessions will be held on the first and third Sundays of every month. The sessions aim to promote reading and a love of books at an early age, and encourage children to visit the Library. The weekend sessions also aim at creating interest towards spending weekends amidst books.
The inaugural session of Miyawaki Storytime witnessed eminent storyteller, Mallampalli Sita Srinivas perform a fun folktale that captivated the children. This was followed by a paper folding craft activity by Shravya Garuda, STEM Educator. A total of around 65 children of the age group 5 to 13 years from different schools across the city attended the session. Parents enjoyed the sessions equally. The session ended with a wonderful interaction with the kids and a pledge to read and listen to stories every day.