Classes X and XII
Kindly ensure that all school fees up to March 2024 are paid by 5th January 2024. The students will have to show their fee books to the class teacher for verification on 8th January 2024.
K.G. - Class V
We are proud to inform you that from December onwards, our students of Class V will curate a menu for the Primary Section of our school. After much research, discussion and planning, the young learners have chalked out a menu for the first time, keeping in mind the nutritional requirements and appeal to the taste buds. Please follow it from Monday, 04.12.2023.
DID YOU KNOW?
•Vegetable poha (flattened rice)
Vegetable poha keeps our gut health in check since it is easy to digest. It is loaded with iron.
Fruit salads are packed with vitamins and minerals. They are delicious, boost our immune system and improve digestion.
Almonds are a good source of Vitamin E.
•Paneer paratha roll with tomato ketchup.
•Puffed rice with groundnuts
Paneer paratha can be a great protein-rich breakfast to begin the day with.
Cucumber helps in hydration.
Groundnuts are crunchy and a rich source of protein.
•Cashews & pistachios
Vegetable vermicelli has a high fibre content and is easy to digest.
Bananas are a good source of nutrients. The good news is that they have no fat.
Cashews & pistachios are rich in nutrients, important for energy production, brain health, immunity and bone health.
•Idly with coconut chutney
Idly is tasty, rich in both carbohydrates and proteins.
Fresh coconut has natural oils and fats important for bone health and a glowing skin.
Oranges are a rich source of vitamin C and prevent scurvy.
Dates are a great source of iron and satisfy our craving for sweets.
•Masala jowar (millet) paratha with pickle
•Roasted Fox Nuts (makhanas)
Millets are rich in protein and fibre.
Pickles are also a good source of vitamins like Vitamin C, Vitamin A and Vitamin K.
Fox Nuts are a good source of calcium and have a high fibre content.
Sandesh is a delightful dessert that can be enjoyed in moderation as part of a healthy diet.
Food & Agriculture Organisation and United Nations have recognised 2023 as the International Year of Millets.
- The quantity of the food packed should be appropriate to the appetite of your child.
- A napkin must be carried to school daily.
- Fork/ spoon should be carried every day.
- Packaged food items should not be sent.
- Minimum oil should be used.
- It is advisable to give an extra tiffin to the students on club activity days.
RECIPE OF THE MONTH
MASALA JOWAR PARATHA
- 1½ cup jowar flour
- ¾ cup wheat flour
- 2 tbsp chopped onions
- 4 tbsp chopped palak / spinach
- 4 tbsp chopped methi / fenugreek leaves
- 2 tbsp chopped coriander
- 1 carrot, grated
- 2 tbsp boiled and mashed potato
- 1 tsp chilli powder
- ½ tsp cumin powder
- ½ tsp turmeric
- ½ tsp garam masala
- 2 tbsp sesame
- ¾ tsp salt
- water, for kneading
- ghee, for roasting
• Take a large mixing bowl, add all the ingredients and mix well.
• Add water as required to knead a smooth and soft dough.
• Roll into thick parathas
• Roast the rolled paratha using ghee on a hot griddle for a minute.
• Enjoy the jowar paratha with curd/ raita and pickle.
Mrs. V. Panja
Nursery – Class V
We will be having Open House on Friday, 08.12.2023.
The Class Teacher will be sending you a separate notice in the school diary to indicate the time that you should meet her. Since this is an opportunity for parents and teachers to discuss the child’s progress, we expect that both parents will attend.
Regular classes will not be held but your daughter must accompany you in school uniform.
Kindly visit the display-cum-sale of books organized by The Seeking Mind and Storyteller Bookstore.
Mrs. V. Panja
Classes VI – XII
Please note that Sports Practice will be held at the University grounds near the Ranger’s Club. The timings will be from 6:15 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.
All Houses will practise together on the following dates :
30th November and 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 18th, 19th, 20th December 2023.
The above schedule is to be strictly followed by all concerned. However, on some of these dates, students of Classes VI and VII have reviews and they may, therefore, opt not to go for practice on the review dates.
During these sessions, our teachers as well as our security staff will be on duty. However, we would also welcome help from parents. If you are interested, please inform us through a note in your daughter’s diary.
Classes X and XII
It has come to our notice that in the past academic session senior students had organized a ‘Batch Party’ in a city hotel and given their parents to understand that this party had the sanction of the school.
We would like to inform you that Sushila Birla Girls’ School is not involved in any capacity in organizing such an event outside the school premises for students of Classes X and XII.
Classes X and XII
Please make a note of the schedule to be followed by the students of Classes X and XII.
Students need not come to school on the days when no examination or activity is slated.
1st December 2023 - Last working day before Pre-Board / Selection Examinations for Classes X and XII
6th to 20th December 2023 - Selection Examinations – Class XII (Theory)
6th to 18th December 2023 - Pre-Board Examinations for Class X
2nd to 8th January 2024 - Selection Examinations – Class XII (Practicals)
9th January 2024 - Pre-Board Examination answer scripts will be shown to Class X. Timings : 8:15 am to 12:30 pm
10th January 2024 - Selection Examination answer scripts will be shown to Class XII. Timings : 8:15 am to 1:15 pm
30th January 2024 - Uploading and visibility of report cards for Classes X and XII.
2nd February 2024 - Classes X & XII to be in school from 2:00 pm to 2:45 pm to collect report cards.