SUMMER CAMP REQUIREMENT

Sl.No.

Item

Qty

ART & CRAFT

1

Drawing Book

1 No

2

Pencil, Eraser & Sharpener

Each 1

3

Scale

1 No

4

Poster Colours (6 Colours Set)

1 Set

5

Buff Sheets

5 Nos

6

Brushes

3 Nos

7

Pallet

1 No

8

Plastic Mug

1 No

9

Mount Board

1 No

10

Cutter

1 No

11

Scissors

1 No

12

Fevicol Bottle (Small)

1 No

13

Fun Clay

 

 

 

 

FOOT BALL

1

Warm-up Shoes

1 Pair

2

Foot Ball Shoes

1 Pair

3

Socks

2 Pairs

4

Jersey, Short

2 Pairs

 

 

 

CRICKET  - Jr. Team

1

Bat - Small Size

1 No

2

Batting Glove

1 Pair

3

Shoes

1 Pair

4

T Shirt - White

2 Nos

5

Lower - Any colour

2 Nos

6

Socks

2 Pairs

7

Shorts

2 Nos

8

Cap

1 No

9

Guard

1 No

10

Pads - Small Size

1 Pair

11

Kit Bag

1 No

12

Keeping Glove & Keeping Pads(for Keepers)

1 Set

 

 

 

CRICKET  - Sr. Team

1

Bat - Big Size

1 No

2

Batting Glove

1 Pair

3

Shoes

1 Pair

4

T Shirt - White

2 Nos

5

Lower - Any Colour

2 Nos

6

Socks

2 Pairs

7

Shorts

2 Nos

8

Cap

1 No

9

Guard

1 No

10

Pads - Big size

1 pair

11

Thigh Pad

1 No

12

Kit Bag

1 No

13

Helmet

1 No

14

Keeping Glove & Keeping Pads(for Keepers)

1 Set

ANIMATION

1

White Long Note Book - 100 Pages

1 No

 

 

 

Photography

1

Digital Camera

1 No

2

White Long Note Book - 100 Pages

1 No

 

 

 

Lawn Tennis

1

T Shirts

2 Pairs

2

Shorts

2 Pairs

3

Shoes

1 Pair

4

Socks

2 Pairs

5

Wrist bands

1 Pair

6

Tennis Racket

1 No

 

 

 

Skating

1

Skating Shoes

1 pair

2

Skating Helmet

1 No

3

Knee Pads & Elbow pads

1 pair

 

 

 

Taekwondo

1

White Taekwondo Uniform

1 pair

2

Shoes

1 pair

3

Socks

2 pairs

4

Light weight Non Chauk

1 No

 

 

 

Horse Riding

1

Black point Shoe

1 pair

2

Socks

1 pair

3

Guard

1 No

 

 

 

Yoga

1

Yoga Mat

1 No

 

 

 

Swimming

1

Goggles

1 No

2

Earplugs

1 set

3

Swimming Cap

1 No

4

Trunk

1 no

5

Swimming Dress

1 No

     

Rope Skipping

1

Shoes

1 pair

2

Socks

1 pair

3

Skipping Rope

1 No

     

Hand Ball

1

Shoes

1 pair

2

Socks

1 pair

The highlighted items can be purchased in the campus.

Sri Prakash Synergy School celebrated its Annual Day- Blitz 2014 with festive fervour.  The Distinguished guests of the day Eminent Educationist, Dr.N.Jayasankaran, Former Vice Chancellor, Kanchi University, Inspirational Orator, Smt.Satyavani, President, Bharateeyam, Iron Lady, ArunimaSonu Sinha, First female amputee to climb Mount Everest, The Founder of Sri Prakash Group Sri.Ch.V.K.Narasimha Rao, parents, invitees and well-wishers graced the occasion.  The Celebrations started with pious Prayer sung by Synergy Choir which filled the hearts of the audience with love and devotion.  The young Synergites added warmth to celebrations with their wonderful Welcome Dance.  The Achievements and Accomplishments of the Annual Report presented by the Dean of the School, Smt.B.Rajeswari reassured the parents that Sri Prakash Synergy School is the right place and platform to set their wards on the path of success and greatness.

 

 

 

On 11th January, 2014 synergy celebrated 150th birth anniversary of Sri Swamy Vivekananda.  In this connection 150 students wrote 150 quotes of Swamy Vivekananda in 150 seconds and pasted on a huge flex board forming into collage of Swamy Vivekananda.  A statue of Vivekananda which was prepared by the Art Club of synergy was erected and was unveiled by the chief guest of the day Col. S. Satish Prabhu, NCC Group Commander, Kakinada Group.  Master Ayush Bushan of grade X reminded the audience about Swamy Vivekananda’s Speech in the World Parliament of Religions at Chicago.  Master Nihal of grade VIII inspired the audience with a quote given by Swamy Vivekananda on reaching goals in one’s life. Miss Chandana of grade IX delivered speech on  Vivekananda in Telugu.  While speaking to the audience Col. S. Satish Prabhu urged the students to learn quotes of Vivekananda and practice them by word and spirit in their lives in order to need a meaningful life.  Sri S. Mohan Rao Inspector of Police commended the effort of the school management for bringing back the noble ideas of Vivekananda to the present Student community.  The Director of the school Sri Ch. Vijay Prakash advised the students to take forward the flagship of Vivekananda and to inculcate the idea of selfless service among them.  A memento was presented to Col. S. Satish Prabhu by the School Director Sri.Ch.Vijay Prakash,  Dr. Poosha, Governor, Rotary District 3020, the Dean of the School Smt.B.Rajeswari ,many parents and well-wishers graced the occasion.

Sankranthi was celebrated at Sri Prakash Synergy School on 10th January, 2014 with pomp and joy following the customs and traditions.   The students of the school turned out in traditional Sankranthi to accentuate the mood of the celebrations.  The Music Club of Synergy sang folk lore and the Theatre Club of Synergy presented a skit depicting in detail about the 3 days celebrations of Sankranthi.  The School campus acquired the ambience of a traditional village with huts, Haridas, Budabukkalu, Gangireddu, floors filled with Rangoli, Gobbemmalu, Bhogipallu, Sugarcanes, Banana leaves, Mango leaves, paddy stalks,  Jangamadevara, Bommalakoluvu.  The teachers made the students play the traditional games of Sankranthi viz., Vaikunta pali, Puli Meka, Thokkudu Billa,  kite-flying, Ashta Chemma, Vamana Gunta, Chinta Pikkalu, Gavvalu, Edu Penkulu, DooDoo Pulla, Chakali Banda etc., in order to revive the traditional Sankranthi games among the  students.  While addressing the students the Director of the School, Sri.Ch.Vijay Prakash felt the need of reviving the traditions and customs and to give it’s due identity and splendour.  These celebrations are the brain child of the Dean of the school Smt.B.Rajeswari.  Speaking to the children, she thanked every child for participating actively in these celebrations and conveyed her advanced Sankranthi Greetings to all.  The students were served Katte Pongali, a traditional dish cooked on traditional hearth and firewood to relish which made the day a sweet memory.

The Interactors of Sri Prakash Synergy School visited an old age home in peddapuram on 24th November, 2013.   They presented greetings to the inmates that convey that the old age is not a curse to human beings but it is a boon bestowed on the mankind by God to spend all the time in his remembrance.   Some of the Interactors sang songs and danced to the musical notes to make the inmates recollect the memories of their youth.  They too clapped and swayed to the tunes of music. Interactors distributed fruits and biscuits among the inmates. Interactors interacted with them.  Even a few inmates sang songs that made all the listeners spell bound.  One of the old women prayed to God, seeking the blessings for the Interactors. The inmates of the old age home came all the way to the school bus to express their gratitude.  It was a sad moment for the Interactors to bid Good bye to inmates of old age home and come back to school.  It was really a service oriented trip to the Interactors.

Meena Mutyala, a former student of IIT Madras, who is working in USA as Vice President Westinghouse, along with her husband Dr. Brahmaji Mutyala visited Sri Prakash Synergy School and interacted with the students.  Addressing the students she said that her second language at school was Sanskrit which helped her understand the ancient Hindu spiritual texts in order to share them with her colleagues from different religious backgrounds and advised the students to learn Sanskrit if possible.  She urged the students to have passion for something great to be achieved in life.  She urged the students to build self confidence, courage and learn from pears so as to work in different working environments, talking about the climate change, she expressed her concern about the waste management and recycling.  She told the students that their small act of conserving the earth may make big change quoting the example of  Nelson Mandela.  She asked the students to think beyond themselves and their families to save the most beautiful and inhabitable earth and to reduce personal carbon foot print.  Answering to the questions posed by the students she said that India has a bright future as it has more optimistic youth.  Dr. Brahmaji while addressing the students said that Education is the most valuable ‘Fixed Asset’ which cannot be neglected.  Mrs. Meena and Dr. Brahmaji appreciated the 20 feet Christmas tree which was made of best out the waste’ by the school following the mantra ‘reduce, re – use, recycle’.  ‘Tokens of love’ were presented to Mrs. Meena and Dr. Brahmaji by the Director of the school Sri Ch. Vijay Prakash.  The Dean of the school Mrs. B. Rajeswari was present at the venue.

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