Monday, 29 January 2018

Republic Day @ Mercury Campus

The 69th Republic day of independent India, was grandly celebrated in The Creek Planet School - Mercury Campus. The event was graced by the presence of Miss. Jeevani, COO of Futuristic Edu Initiatives, Miss. Anupama Devi , Principal of The Creek Planet School - Mercury Campus and  Harshitha of Grade X , Who was the lucky winner of the draw, Chosen to hoist the Indian flag. The event began with a prayer song sung by the choir group of the school. The program was continued by hoisting the prestigious tri-color flag. Later, it was the time for the March past , carried over by the students of the Creek, led by the school cabinet members. Then, the students of grade 7 put up a skit displaying the sacrifice of our great leaders. The next part of the event was indeed a spectacular performance which was the March Drill, which became even better with the  rhythmic beat of the drum. Later, it was the time for a dance performance. The event was followed by human pyramids which was a breath taking act that displayed the strength of unity & co-ordination. The Principal, Ms. Anupama Devi delivered an inspiring speech & encouraged the students, the future citizens to stand united and dedicate themselves to the nation and work for the progress &  prosperity of India. The Program was concluded with a vote of thanks, by the head boy of the school Master Bala Sumith followed by the NATIONAL ANTHEM.

Tuesday, 23 January 2018

FEI WIN ALL - Inter branch talent competition

The Futuristic Edu Initiatives introduced the WIN ALL fest an inter branch talent competition in the month of August 2017. It was a great opportunity for the students to showcase their talents in various fields like Sports, Literature, Art, Music and Dance. The students participated with great spirit of sportsmanship for the honour of their schools. The WIN ALL fest was closed for this academic year on 18th Jan 2018.The Creek Planet School - Mercury Campus won the WIN ALL title for the academic year 2017- 18 after striving hard for the glory of their school. 

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Quality check @ Mercury Campus

Its a known fact when we strive to become better that what we are, everything around us become better too. The three day long audit session has made the students, teachers and everybody in the campus to pull their socks and intraspect how deligently they have been working. It was a wonderful experience to undergo the process of quality check and assessment in the various areas of work by the external audit team lead by Ms. Jeevani, COO,Ms. Rukmini Principal- Orbit Campus, Ms. Saritha Vice Principal - AWS , Ms. Sireesha Headmistress- AWS and Ms. Preethi Reddy Center head - Uranus Campus. The students had a great time working on their short comes and striving to evolve as better individuals in terms of discipline, behavior, classroom maintenance and academics.

Thursday, 28 December 2017

Math Week @ Mercury Campus

The celebration of Math Week had a distinct flavor at The Creek Planet School - Mercury Campus when hands came together show casing the diverse activities, tips and the puzzles in Mathematics.
The primary objective of the celebrations was to encourage the young learners, to dispel Maths Pholia and to create a love for the subject. The inaugurations of the week long celebrations began with a sleit on importance of Mathematics followed by various hands on activities. The resounding success of the celebrations is the outcome of tireless efforts put in the resource team, students and faculty.

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Children's day @ Mercury Campus

Children's are world's most valuable resources and its best hope for the future. A day dedicated to these wonderful children 14 November.... CHILDREN'S DAY ...was celebrated with great fun and frolic in the Creek Planet School Mercury Campus.

An array of scintillating dance performance by teacher's made the day even more colorful along with the entertaining skit. The motivating words of the Principal brought in new hope on this Childern's day which helped all the mentors to realize their motive towards up liftment of students and to work together to bring up a healthy new generation.

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Green Day " Protecting The Enchanting Beauty Of Earth" @ Mercury Campus

On 15th July 2017, The Creek Planet School - Mercury Campus decided to follow in The Education Department's footsteps and celebrate Green Day. Being related to the third phrase of Haritha Haaram programme that was launched by Chief Minster Mr.K. Chandrasekhar Rao on 12th July, The Green day involves Students, Teachers and support staff taking part in planting saplings in the open areas of the school. Inspired by this valuable cause, our school enthusiastically took up this mission to raise awareness on environmental issues. The students and faculty played an equally active role in this event. Anyone could see the conviction the children had about protecting the environment and involving more people in the cause. The ECO Club especially had a huge participation in this event. They planted as many saplings as they could find. At the end of the day, we went to home carrying this in our hearts, " I don't want to protect the environment. I want to create a world where the environment doesn't need protection".

Janmashatmi Celebrations @ Mercury Campus

The Creek - Mercury family celebrated Janmashtami with great zeal and enthusiasm on 12th August  at the Creek's Dale. Students of different classes donned the attire of the Lord Krishna, Gopikas and other characters related to the festival of Janmashtami and enacted their respective roles perfectly.

The event commenced with the lighting of the lamp followed by a prayer song, which was a classic melody. Mentors  performing dandia to the tunes of Natkat Krishna was something different from the usual and the little souls enjoyed it to a great extent.

The matka breaking activity reliving the pranks of Lord Krishna saw the audience cheering with great delight. The event also brought about an awareness of Indian tradition, custom and culture, conveying a message of the victory of good over evil. The event concluded with the principal reminding the students about Lord Krishna's devotion and obedience to his master.