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Adventure Court Inauguration at Shemford Pinjore

The newly developed Adventure Court at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore was inaugurated on February 14. It was inaugurated by Dr. R.C. Mishra, IPS, ADGP cum Commissioner Police, Ambala who was the Chief Guest of the ceremony. The chief guest was welcomed with a melodious welcome song after which he inaugurated the well-designed Adventure Court. The excited and energetic Shemstars exhibited their skills in the Adventure Court. 


‘Fare –Thee well in life, May you prove your grit and might, May all your dreams come true in this process,’ these were the heartfelt feelings expressed by the students of class 11 who organized a grand party to bid farewell to their seniors of class 12. The students of class 11 lined up to extend a warm welcome to their special guests with flowers and tilak. The boys looked very handsome in their smartly tailored suits while the girls stole the show looking gorgeous in lovely saris and gowns. Once everyone was seated after having exchanged the greetings, it was time for the titles which were given highlighting the uniqueness of each individual. The appropriateness of each title invited loud cheer from the gathering. The cultural programme comprising of melodious songs, pulsating music and emotional speeches were interspersed with delightful modern and traditional dances.


After   this, Dr. (Mrs.) Bimla Arora, member management, DPS Pinjore, advised the outgoing class students to work with passion, patience, planning and follow their heart in all their endeavours. Speaking on the occasion, Ms. Amita Dhaka the School Principal said that Partings -although inevitable -are not very easy. The tiny-tots grow up to take long flights to the unknown horizons, and we do not realize how time flies.  She wished all the students a brilliant success and bright future. She decorated Shaswot Upreti and Janvi Kaushik as Mr Shemford and Ms Shemford respectively. The Most popular girl and the Most Popular Boy titles were bagged by Amrita Panigrahi and Rohit Deb respectively. Class Twelfth thanked their juniors and expressed their gratitude for the school by presenting a lovely card along with the flowers to the Principal. It was now time for everyone to be on the dance floor with the DJ playing their favourite, latest songs. After this a sumptuous lunch was enjoyed by all.

Republic Day 2019

The 70th Republic Day was celebrated with pride and a patriotic fervour at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore. Ms. Amita Dhaka, the school Principal unfurled the tricolour.  In her address to the gathering, she expilicited the meaning of Republic and sensitised all present about their responsibility towards the nation. Thereafter, the Shemstars were all prepared to express their love and respect for India and the martyrs who brought home freedom through various cultural programmes . Patriotic songs and dances were presented by the students from different wings. The tiny tots from the Pre-primary wing came dressed in different costumes from different states of India. It was indeed mesmerising to see a child of UKG playing Vande Mataram on the harmonium. They depicted their fervour in their own little way. A ray of hope and strength was felt as the students of classes 1 & 2 exhibited the national symbols and spoke out slogans with zeal and enthusiasm. Speeches and poems recited by the students of the senior classes confirmed that the children of today are all set to be the leaders of the nation tomorrow. The valley echoed with the patriotic songs presented by the senior students with whom sang the entire audience. The programme concluded with the presentation of the national anthem in the form of dance after which ‘Jai Hind’ resounded for long in the arena. Sweets were distributed to all gathered for the function.

After the cultural programme, the students were given time to play games of their choice. They also enjoyed in the newly developed Adventure Court in the school campus.  The school has started ‘Khelo Shemstars’ an initiative on the lines of ‘Khelo India’ concept of Hon’ble Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi. Shemford looks forward to giving players at the national level in the near future.


SHEMFEST- The Children’s Creative Carnival, was a much awaited event. A carnival has always been a favourite event for all, since it gives an opportunity to all in the tricity to make a visit to the lush green, eco friendly, sprawling 12 acre campus of Shemford Futuristic School Pinjore, located in the laps of nature. A plethora of activities were crafted for children of all age groups. Beginning the programmme with welcome song, ‘Fun Races’ were a major attraction with the tiny tots dressed up as various cartoon characters. These little ones stole the show with their innocence for their target in these races was enjoyment rather than competition. Various other competitions like Dance, Song, Mimicry, Face Painting, tattoo making, Gift Wrapping were also organized that beckoned a large crowd.

Janmashtami Celebration - 2018

Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore organized Janmashtami function to mark the birthday of Lord Krishna on August 31, 2018 for the Pre –Primary wing. The students came dressed up as Radha and Krishna. The celebration comprised of performances by the tiny tots including dances, enactments, bhajan recitation etc. Story on the life of Lord Krishna and his teachings to mankind marked the informative phase of the celebration. The most pleasing moments were the enactment by the students showing the various incidents related to the birth of Lord Krishna. They also went for a visit to a nearby temple where they prayed to the Almighty and sweets were distributed among the students. Principal Mrs. Amita Dhaka told the students that –Always trust in God and do the right and you will be a successful person.