The Visakha Kendra was started in 1976.
NEWS & EVENTS
A puppet show and shadowgraphy session was organised in association with Visakhapatnam Public Library as a part of their Miyawaki weekend activity. Stories came alive via the beautiful narrative and hand shadowgraphy put on by shadow artist, Rekha Vyas. The objective of the sessions is not only to stir the children’s creative imagination, but also to encourage the reading habit and love of books. The children’s enthusiasm and joy knew no bounds as they learnt how to make a few hand shadows. Such experiences act as a catalyst to foster creativity and imagination.
At the Student Led Conference (SLC), the podium was taken over by the students from LKG to Class 9, as each class presented different subject topics before the audience. As part of SLC, students become teachers for a day and explain a concept or give a short demonstration on a concept of their choice. From anchoring to demonstration, the entire presentation was flawless, a demonstration of the students’ communication skills and public speaking abilities. Over 300 parents attended the programme.
Bhavan's Public School, Visakhapatnam collaborated with a team of dentists led by Dr. B.S.R. Chaitanya, Dr. A.S.Praharsh and Dr.M.Nuthana from Anil Neerukonda Institute of Dental Sciences, to organise a free dental check-up and awareness camp on the school premises on September 15. The team of dentists carried out a comprehensive dental check-up of students from Std 1 to 10.
The camp included dental awareness talks, educating students about common dental ailments, especially stressing on tooth decay, cavities and the precautionary measures to prevent those. There was a focus on eating patterns and food choices which can lead to tooth decay. The objective of the camp was to disseminate knowledge about common oral problems and the importance of oral health care.
On September 7, 2023, Krishnashtami was celebrated by the students and staff of Bhavan’s Public School as a symbol of the victory of good over evil. The celebration hall was decorated beautifully and the spirit of festivity was enhanced with colourful performances.
The little ones of Pre-Primary classes dressed up as Radha, Krishna and Gopika.
Students presented songs, bhajans, dance performances and a short play. An awareness on the significance of Krishnashtami and mythological stories on Krishna were presented to the audience. The most enjoyable moment for the little ones was swinging the cradle of Lord Krishna. The event culminated with the actual breaking of the matki (pot) by the tiny tots. It was a day of joy and happiness.
It was a day of pride and grandeur as Bhavan’s Public School, Visakhapatnam, celebrated the Telugu Matrubhasha Dinotsavam. Like every year, this day was observed with a tribute to the legendary Telugu poet and freedom fighter, Gidugu Venkata Ramamurthy. Students took part in different cultural events, including traditional dances, music and folk tales that showcased the rich cultural heritage of Telugu-speaking people. It was a great opportunity to encourage everyone to know about India’s rich linguistic heritage through poetry reading and sharing examples from Telugu literature.