Students participate in various academic activities regularly, like quiz competition, debate, science exhibitions etc. regularly organized by CBSE and other organizations and schools. For more click events


Mathematics is the queen of science. Without the help of Mathematics, accuracy in processing is impossible. Mathematics should be practiced in practical form. A formula, if demonstrated, could be clearly understood, and automatically learnt. Hence, the need of mathematics laboratory.

Students are busy to understand the value of Pie ( π ) under the guidance of the Mathematics teacher, Mr. Prasanta Bhattacharyya.

SUMMER CAMP (23RD MAY, 2016 TO 28TH MAY,2016)

Summer Season is something which has always made us happy. It is the fresh, new beginning of a time which makes our world brand new again. When we were children, we always tend to learn something new and that something stays with us all the time
Since children have a greater perspective to everything they learn, it stays with them all the time. Summer Camp can be a place where there is a chance to have miracles loaded into you like a shooting star. Spark School also organized a six days Summer Camp for class III to class IX. For first three days the students were taught how to prepare various models under the supervision of science teachers. They made-

i) Water purifier

ii) Magnetic boat

iii) Kaleidoscope

iv) Producing electricity from animal waste.

v) Conduction of electricity by salt water/leaves

vi) Electroplating

The three days science workshop was indeed a great learning place for them and the models made by them was worth seeing.
In the last three days the students were engaged in art workshop where the art teacher taught them how to make Terra Cotta models. It was a great exposure for the students and they fully utilize those three days in learning the art of making Terra Cotta models.

1. Fun With Clay

2. Performing Science Activity

3. Working on Terra Cotta Model

4. Terra Cotta Model done by Student

5. Conduction of Electricity from Potato


We are proud to announce that like last year this year also the children of ‘SPARK School’ have participated in – Sports, Cyber, Science, Mathematics, English. Five Students have been qualified for second level. We are really proud of the students.

1. Conducting SOF Exam

2. Medal awards for students


On 6th December, 2016 two students from Class IX Romit Roy and Sumit Roy participated at Haryana Vidyamandir, Kolkata on the topic “Mathematics in Astonomy”. It was a great for the students – Mathematics is applicable directly or indirectly in every field of life -- the concept apparently sounds impractical, but by participating this programme the students understood Mathematics is needed in every sphere of life. The students were accompanied by our science teacher Prasanta Bhattacharyya.


Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a campaign by the Government of India to clean the streets, roads and infrastructure of the country’s 4041 statutory cities and towns. The campaign was officially launched on 2nd October,2014 at Rajghat, New Delhi by Prime Minister, NarendraModi.
spark School also actively took part in this abhijan for consecutive three years. On 23rd February,2017 the students along with the teachers and under the watchful eyes of Principal Madam started a cleanliness drive programme in their adjacent surrounding to make the environment clean.

1. Cleaning the neighbourhood

2. Spreading the Bleaching Powder

3. Explaining awareness


“A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people”—Franklin D. Roosevelt

World Environment day (celebrated every year in the month of June on 5th date)is a campaign established to bring some positive environmental changes all over the world to make life better and more natural. Spark School also became the part of this campaign on 27th June, 2016 by organizing a gardening workshop. The main motto of our school is to make the students aware and responsible towards nature. So the students are made infused with the essence of trees by planting their own trees. The students from Class I to IX came forward and took part in this noble campaign. They were asked not only to plant the trees but also to water them and to take care of them on a regular basis.

Tree Plantation


“Yoga is like the music
The rhythm of the body,
The melody of the mind
And the harmony of the soul
Create the symphony of life” -B.K.S Iyengar.

Yoga is the most important for everyone’s life as it helps in balancing the relationship between body and mind. It is type of exercise which helps in learning physical and mental discipline through regular practice. To enhance its awareness about all benefits all over the world 21st June is celebrated as ‘World Yoga Day’. SPARK School also celebrated the same on 21st June, 2016. The students were taught different forms of yoga like BaddhaKonasana, Sirsasana,Sarvangasana, Halasana etc.
We are also glad that Mr. Indranil Gupta, the Principal of Silver Oak International School,Hariyana was also present on that day. He shared his valuable experiences with the students as well as with the teachers.

Yoga Performed by our Students


The much awaited Annual Sports Day of our school was held on Friday, 13th January 2017 in our school ground. On this day, the atmosphere of the school took a festive look. A great interest was observed among the students and the guardians.
The day began with a welcome speech by our respected Principal, followed by the ‘Torch Lighting Ceremony’ and the March-past by the students. There were several sports events such as 75 mt run, 100 mt run, math race, cock fight, sack race, get ready for school and many more. Yoga , formation of pyramid and ‘ Go as you like’ were some eye catching events, followed by relay race, tug of war and prize distribution ceremony.

1. Drill Performed by Students

2. Flat Race

3. Prize Distribution

4. Diffrent activities performance

5. Sack Race


Any person studying science or a science minded person must visit the Science Museum, like BITM, to have knowledge of practical applications. The students of classes VI to IX of Spark School visited BITM to witness some regular activities of this museum to gain some knowledge. The activities are: 3-D film show ”Lost World”; Electricity Gallery and High Voltage Electricity; Coal Mine Show; Science shows on Magic; Applications of Physics; Taramandal (Inflatable Planetarium); Mathematics Gallery. These activities proved to be of great use in their upcoming future in the field of science and the students enjoyed a lot and showed their eagerness in this type of future visit.

In front of BITM Kolkata


“ It does not matter who among us will live to see India free. It is enough that India shall be free and that we shall give our all to make her free”-Netaji

Spark School celebrated 120st birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. A small programme was organised just after the morning assembly. It begins with the floral tribute to pay respect to this great freedom fighter. Then a short speech was delivered by Utsa Chowdhury, Class V, on Netaji’s great love for the country and his dedication and sacrifice to see India free from the clutches of British rule. After that a song was presented by our teacher, Bithika Roy along with a few students. The programme concluded with an interactive session in the form of quiz which was conducted by our teacher AnitChakrabortty and it proved to be fruitful because lots of information were shared through this.

1. Student's performance.

2. 120th Birthday Celebration of Netaji


RabindraJayanti is an annually celebrated festival, prevalent among Bengalis around the world, in the remembrance of Rabindranath Tagore’s birth anniversary. Spark School also celebrated RabindraJayanti on 8th May, 2016. At early morning our Principal Madam put a garland on the portrait of Rabi Thakur. After that a group song was by the students of various classes. After that two students of class V recited a poem on the life history of Rabindranath Tagore. After that our Principal Madam gave the final speech to the students for learning great things in life by cultivating the excellence of Tagore’s life.

1. Birthday Celebration of Rabindranath Tagore

2. Students Performance

3. Students Performance


Teachers’ Day is a national festival, which is celebrated all over India. Teachers’ day is celebrated on the September 5, every year because it is the birthday of Dr. Sarvapalli Radakrishnan, who was the former president of India. Spark school celebrated teachers’ day in a unique manner. The students give break to all the teachers from their daily routine class.
The teachers were welcomed to all the classes which were decorated by the students with flowers and rangolis. They presented a cultural programme –songs, dance and prayers for the long life and prosperity of the teachers. All the students take the opportunity to tell the teachers how much they love and respect. The students also presented small gifts as a token of love from their sides.

Student's Performance

Our Principal Madam cuts the ribbon

Birthday Celebration of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan


Throughout the Nation, Children Day is celebrated on the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru, who has the great love for children and flowers. Spark School, Mahanad also celebrated Children’s Day with pomp and splendor. Throughout the day there were lots of activities- singing, dancing, and recitation. In the later half, a motivational film “M.S Dhoni” was shown to the students.

Dance Performance by the student


Constitution Day, also known as “Samvidhan Divas” is celebrated in India in honor Dr.B.R. Ambedkar, known as the architect of the Indian Constitution. The government of India declared 26th November as the ‘Constitution Day’. On this day in 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the constitution of India, and it went into effect on 26th January, 1950.
On 26th November, Spark school also celebrated “Constitution Day” by organizing a Quiz Competition based on Indian Constitution and its background history and also on the preamble. The competition was categorized into two groups as per the instruction from CBSE.

Category 1 -   Class VI to Class VIII
Category 2 -   Class IX

There were four rounds of questioning in each category and at last one group stood triumphant.

1. Students Performance

2. Quiz Competition

3. Students Participation


On the auspicious day of SaraswatiPuja, the students and faculties of Spark School, came together to seek the blessings of Goddess of Knowledge, music, art and culture. The ritual was graced with the presence of Mr Bose, Mrs Bose, all teaching faculties, office staffs and students.
Saraswati Puja is just another attempt by the students and staffs to preserve the Indian culture and to impart a sense of respect towards long-established traditions.
Both the faculties and students joined hands together with great zeal to make the event a memorable one, also evoking the blessing of the Goddess of Knowledge to have a successful academic and career growth. The day ended with the event by serving ‘Prasad’ to everyone present and distributing ‘Bhog’ to all students, teachers and staffs.

1. Decoration at Saraswati Puja

2. Saraswati Puja at Spark School


India attained her independence from the British on 15th August 1947 and since then Indians have been celebrating August 15th with all triumph and glory. It is a moment of pride for every Indian. Spark school also celebrated Independence Day. The Principal unfurled the flag followed by the National anthem in chorus.
The Independence Day was celebrated by the performance of students and teachers through various forms of patriotic songs and dances with pride and honour and with great homage to all the great fighters and patriots who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of India and make India better place to live.

Student Performance

2. Student performance


We are Indians, firstly and lastly”- B.R. Ambedkar

Spark School celebrated 68th Republic Day with great enthusiasm. Firstly the students from Class III to IX displayed their great zeal by doing March-past, followed by the hoisting of National flag by our respected Mr&Mrs Bose along with our Principal Madam, then salutation of National Flag and at last concluded by National Anthem. A small cultural programme was also there- recitation, short speech on republic day, a song sung by Principal Madam and at last a valuable speech by Mr&Mrs Bose.

1. Floral Decoration

2. Saluting the National Flag

3. Students Dressed up as National Heroes

4. Flag Hoisting Ceremony

5. Sparkians Marching outside the campus


Durga Puja is a religious festival during which a ceremonial worship of goddess Durga is performed. It is an important festival of India. It is a traditional occasion which reunites people into the one Indian culture and customs.Spark school celebrated ‘Agumani Program’ on 4th October, 2016 for the agumani of MaaDurga. Students of preprimary and primary section dressed themselves in the forms of Maa Durga, MaaLaxmi, MaaSaraswati, Kartik, Ganesh and Mahisasur and performed a dance drama which spread in the atmosphere of the school the feelings of Durgotsava .

1. Student Performance

2. Mr. Bose Addressing to the Students

3. Students Dressed up as “GOD”


Annual Day 2016 a Spark School saw life and energy being propelled into an ‘ethos inspiring vision’ formulated by the school in this year. The school celebrated the Annual Day on 21st December, 2016. All the guests, teachers, students, staff members as well as parents were present there to witness such a beautiful, colourful and enriched cultural programme. It started with the welcome dance of ‘Ganesh Vandana’ followed by the lightening of the lamps in the presence of dignitaries. The programme continued with the
glimpses of various performances from the students as well as from the teachers and staffs such as dance, English skit, Bengali skit, poem etc. Some thematic performances like ‘Women Empowerment’ and ‘National Integration’ to enhance the value of the programme. Our guests delivered their speech and shared their views for the school. Our achievers made us proud for their success in academic field. We were glad to have many dignitaries amongst us who offered their valuable time to glorify our Annual Day programme.
We ended up our function by Christmas Day celebration where Santa Claus distributed gifts among the small children as a token of love. This colourfulprogramme ended with the National Anthem.

1. English Skit “Red Riding Hood” performed by the Students

2. Student's Performance

3. Student’s Performance

4. Student’s Performance

5. Student’s Dressed up as “GOD”

6. Bengali Skit performed by the Students

7. Student’s Performance

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