Science and Fun Fair at St. Paul’s – Day 2
School fairs are lovable moments with no regular periods, teacher’s scolding, time boundations or restrictions on chit chat. Just fun, friends, interactions and reactions light up the day adding to new experience.
School fairs are lovable moments with no regular classes, teacher’s scolding, time boundations or restrictions on chit chat. Just fun, friends, interactions and reactions light up the day adding to new experience. Same pleasure was experienced by students of St.Paul’s School today in the funfair organized by Commerce Club in school premises from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Around 74 stalls in school premises were a treat for the eyes. Over-enthusiastic students successfully conducted 20 gaming stalls, 20 food stalls, 30 food plus games stalls and 4 bakery stalls. Astonishing games included darts, ring throw, card games, car racing and other latest ideas, and with games were mouth treats ranging from pizza, golgappe, burger, chowmein to ice-creams and cold-drinks.
This fair was open to all and was attended mainly by school and college students. Parents of students those who were managing the stalls were also present to encourage their children. Students of class 3rd to 12th standard took part in organizing this fair.
Head of fun fair Mr.N.S.Bagga, teacher of St. Paul’s said, “Main aim of this fair was to develop personality of the students. In life, everyone has to deal with many situations and by this fair we wanted to educate students how to manage and interact with other people. Besides, this was the break for them from daily schedule of strict school life”.
With complete support of teachers and friends, students seemed to be in full mood to enjoy. Just hoping here and there to attract more and more customers was their primary aim.
Besides this fun fair, it was second day of Regional level Science and Teaching Aid Competitions organized by Marie Curie Science Club of St. Paul’s School and Department of Science and Technology, Udaipur. Some of the science projects that were liked by the majority are:
1.Electricity by Human Urine – Producing electricity by placing electrodes of zinc and copper in human urine. By Prateek Jha and Jayesh Vyas of Gurunanak Public School,Udaipur.
2.Wind Mobile Charger – A Turbine attached to the generator rotates with wind which in turn produces electricity.
3.Evergreen Rider – It is a battery driven vehicle which gets charge as the vehicle moves. By Divyansh Bhatnagar and Parth Bhatnagar of St.Paul’s Udaipur
These events give students an opportunity to explore their interests, inculcate team spirit and build up confidence. Great going guys!!!