With the theme of "QUEST AD OPTIMA", Boscotsav'19 gave us an opportunity to showcase our skills, the transformatic power of art and the role of students in pushing forward, knowledge and creativity. The 'Grooves' and 'Orientalis' team showcased one of the best dance performances of the day. The 'tech Warz' team and the performers of 'Fantasy League' with their out of the box thinking scooted the prizes. The 'Rationale' exposed our school's duo to deeper knowledge and intellect. The JAM contenders addressed the burning issues of the society like - terrorism, communalism, etc. The LSSH cricket team also qualified through to the semi-finals. Our mirth had no bounds when the hard work of our students and teachers turned into fruition. Boscotsav 2019 will always be remembered with feelings of exalt.
Origamy Session 2019
Little Star High School witnessed the spectrum of talent among the students on 24/04/2019. It was a day of great pride where the students pulled up their socks and competed with one another on healthy grounds. We teachers held out our helping hands to hone their skills and explore their creativity.
Inter-Class Debate Competition 2019
Debate - Held on 22/04/2019, the Little Starians proved their rationality and clear steam of thought that left the teachers awe-stuck. We hope to discover more talented orators in future who would establish themselves as eminent personals in the society.
Rabindra Jayanti Celebration 2019
Little Star High School, Bally, dedicated Friday, May 10, 2019 through the celebration of the 158th Birth Anniversary of ‘Kabiguru’ Rabindranath Tagore with much pomp and grandeur. A train of events was put together by the junior & the senior section students upholding the magnanimity of Tagore’s extraordinary range of art forms.
The program was inaugurated by the junior section students with the heartfelt rendition of the Rabindra Sangeet, ‘Akash jure shuninu’. What followed next were lively grooves to perky Rabindra Sangeet like ‘Megher kole’, ‘Phule phule’, ‘Ha re re re re re…’. The hall reverberated with applauses cheering up the little ones all donned in vibrant, ethnic wears and fresh garlands.
The senior section too inaugurated the program with a Rabindra Sangeet, ‘Aguner parashmoni’, followed by a chain of dance performances on songs composed by him like, ‘Aakash amay’, ‘Amra nutan jouboner dooth’, ‘Tomar khola haowa’, etc.
The students showed great zeal alacrity in making the program a grand success. Our Principal, Mrs. Seema Kedia highly acknowledged the hard work of the performers and creativity of their mentors.
Little Star High School highly promotes Tagore’s philosophy of peace, harmony and brotherhood and leave no stones unturned to celebrate it on the birthday of the most creative genius of modern India through these cultural programs.
Annual Sports 2018-19
Friday, the 21st of December 2018 witnessed the extravaganza of Annual Sports Day hosted by Little Star High School, Bally. The whole day was brimming with tender energy amidst some amazing individual feats and performances. A massive kudos to all who took part in multivarious events: Short Put, Long Jump, 400M Flat Race, Memory Race, Balance the Pot etc. and a big shout-out to each and everyone who made sure the day run smooth. The entire day was an event-scape of extremely close fought contests throughout with the final placing decided on the track. Eminent personalities Vaishali Dalmiya and Arun Kumar graced the occasion with their inspirational tales-to-tell. However, the catch of the curriculum was the first edition of Little Star Premiere League (LSPL), that caught the limelight of the day in a jiffy.
Accolade News Alert!
We're elated to announce that Little Star High School has bagged seven prizes at Cassiopeia, held at Hindmotor High School. The energy, the ambience and keeping in mind the healthy competitive spirit, it has been a day of close tussles, experience and eventually emerging as the winner.
Stay tuned, for this is just the beginning.
Rangoli: (2nd position)
Puja Singh XII, Manisha Nayak XII
Rangoli (3rd position)
Divya Seth X, Sakshi Chourasia X
Vegetable Carving (2nd position)
Pinaki Shashishekhar Mathan XI, Esha Paul XI
Dance (Senior) (3rd position)
Bosudha Banerjee VIII
Take a sad song and make it better. The spirit of distribution lies in the takeaways. On the occasion of Independence Day, we're privileged to share the happiness. Take a look at some of the moments...
'Wise men say, Only fools rush in.' Nonetheless, when friends betray faster than memory, we still believe in getting by with a li'l help from our relations & ties. Rakshabandhan this year speaks volumes of happy faces beyond mere blood relations. Some moments with our very own BSF, heart-felt thanks will be a mere understatement.
Fridays are fun. Sprinkle colors on paper, or sketch with a pencil, certain days lend you goosebumps. It was an immense pleasure to host the sit & draw competition in the wake of Vigilance Awareness Week of India, '18 in association with The Telegraph Young Metro & Coal India Ltd. That art and art only has the magic wand to check corruption, is one of the brilliant initiatives, that will inspire young minds to live and build art. For, the dreamer in us will always be pastel shades.
Sometimes fall back. Fall back in a way that the laid-back-sleepy-last- bencher smiles at you even for once. Let him make noise but make him learn the basics of sound editing. Push him from a cliff but make him believe that the fall is worth it. Help him discover the wonder of reading books.And when he grows up, tell him to bundle his sadness and go for the take-off. His life is worth yours, just let him dream of a country beyond strict disciplines.
Regards & A Happy Teacher's Day.
Don't jinx it, else celebrate. Little Star High School takes upon its 42nd Foundation Day to reflect not only the beginnings and its founders, but also on the significant development since the institute's inception.
A day set aside to celebrate our history and revisit and reconnect with the aspiring journey. We celebrate, for we are blessed with beautiful surroundings and wonderful creatures we still call colleagues and friends. On a note of progress, here's wishing us with many more to come.
FIRE SAFETY WORKSHOP
On 24th January 2020 the Fire Department of West Bengal Government conducted a Fire Safety Workshop in the school. The workshop was for students from classes VIII to XII and as well as for the teachers.
The members of the team gave live demonstrations on different fire fighting techniques. They taught the ways of using fire extinguishers, fire balls, sand and other fire fighting equipment. Different fire prevention techniques were taught as well as how to check short circuits and electric fires. They also taught how to act in case of fire caused due to gas cylinder leakage. Students and teachers got a chance to try their hands on different fire fighting equipment.
Another important technique they taught was how to escape or save someone from smoke. Students learnt that the best way to avoid smoke is to lie and crawl through it rather than walking as smoke rises above the ground level.
They also displayed fire proof jackets, portable saws, oxygen masks which are used by them for saving lives.
Overall the workshop enriched and enlightened everyone about fire prevention and safety measures.