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Vol. 16 - August 2019 About RAYS

Editorial Board

Rays is a tri-monthly newsletter published

Chief Editor

by the Brighton International School.

Ms. Neha Sethi (Vice-Principal)

Brighton is situated near Vidhan Sabha in


Raipur (C.G).

Gaurik Kaushik - XII C

Rays is a compilation of articles by students

Shaivi Jangid - IX C

of Brighton aiming to promote literary zest amongst the students. © brighton International School, Nardaha, Raipur

From Principal’s Desk “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.”- Mahatma Gandhi Let’s look into our happiness quotient …………… and find happiness in everything around us. How happy we are? India stands at 140th position among 156 nations across the world when considered how happy the residents of this land are. You know the happiness quotient of this country was quite low. Happiness cannot be bought, borrowed or begged…………….. “Happiness is not something ready-made. It comes from your own actions.” - Dalai Lama Finland being the happiest nation across the world for the second consecutive year indicates we need to learn from them. Pakistan (67th position), Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Srilanka are all ahead of us. The unhappy nations (Sudan, some African countries, Afghanistan, Tanzania, Syria and Botswana etc.) among us are those who are war ridden, deprived of their basic necessities, lack of proper education, poor standard of living, running out of two course of meal a day. We are not so deep rooted into these issues then why are we slipping down every year? A few days back a news headline read – A man left his brand new Mercedes Benz at the river slope to get it drowned- reason, he asked for a Jaguar and his father got Mercedes Benz. “Happiness is not in the mere possession of money; it lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creative effort.” - Franklin D. Roosevelt Let’s be more creative, let we be help to others and let’s speak a few words of happiness. Let’s think less of materialistic things. Let’s live a disciplined life. Love your parents, love your elders and the youngers, love the nature, the animals around us as - “Happiness depends upon us.” -Aristotle

Warm Regards

Jayshree Nair



Investiture Ceremony

Screening of ‘Life by Chance’ Movie

Pg-8 Rainy Day Celebration

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Pg-10 Tug of war

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Junior’s Graduation Day Ceremony To celebrate the rites of passage, parents & teachers came together to celebrate the promotion of Kindergarten students to Primary School. A lovely affair where all students participated with lots of enthusiasm and vigour. It was indeed a pleasure to hear them sharing their experiences as well as ambitions of life. The ceremony concluded with the awards for 100% Attendance, Best dressed up child, Most well behaved child, All rounder and Whiz Kid.

Investiture Ceremony “Leaders become great not because of their power but, because of their ability to empower others.” John Maxwell. With a vision of striving for excellence Brighton International School concluded the Investiture Ceremony for the academic session 2019-20. It was indeed a beautiful morning with new hopes and aspirations shining through the eyes of management, staff and students as the new council members were going to be bestowed with the governing charges. The new student council took the oath with Brightonite Sambhav Jindal and Brightonite Ananya Upadhyay conferred with the responsibility of the School Head Boy & the Head Girl respectively. The cabinet members were bursting with pride while taking oath with a promise of serving their best. The moment became more glorious when the Managing Director Mr. Abhiney Singh congratulated the council members and addressed them as the pillars of School. He extended his best wishes to the members which added on to their motivational level and gave a good start for their new journey.

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Launch of Equality Club by YLAC YLAC India - Young leaders for active citizenship OXFAM India launched The Equality Club at Brighton International School. The idea is to familiarize students with the different inequalities viz – gender, economic, religious – that exists in society. It helps to build empathy and appreciation of one’s own

privilege and most importantly, inspire students to think and react accordingly. This program will run for a period of one year at Brighton sensitizing students about such inequalities in our society and help them assess their roles and behaviour. We would like to thank YLAC & OXFAM for this brilliant initiative.

Screening of ‘Life by Chance’ Movie Filmmaker Mr K Shiv Kumar screened his short movie ‘Life By Chance’ for Brightonites and also made students interact with specially gifted students from the Aakanksha India School. The movie deals with very sensitive topic of suicides and suggests the way to get away from such negative thoughts through extremely positive message ‘You got one life, give it your best’. We thank Konsole Group for helping us support the cause.

Tree Plantation Focusing the importance of Environment conservation, Brightonites from different classes actively participated in the plantation activity. Students learnt the right way of plantation as well as different conditions for growing different plants. The joy of planting a new life and the feeling to nurture was reflecting on almost every face.

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Sports Laurels Fencing At the State Level U-14 U-17 Fencing Championship •

Brightonite Riddhima Singh class III won 1 Gold Medal and 1 Bronze Medal in two separate events


Brightonite Nachiket Tandi of class V won 1 Bronze Medal

Well done Riddhima & Nachiket, Keep Shining.

Table Tennis


Brightonite Ramji Kumar of Class VIII won the Raipur District Monsoon League Sub - Junior level and was also the Runner Up in the Junior Level Tournament. Here he is getting the award at the school assembly from the Vice Principal Mrs Neha Sethi. Keep those aces and spins going Ramji, we wish you more success in future.

Brightonite Daksh Jotwani of Class VII & Kushagra Jagwani of Class IX made the school proud by participating in All India Tennis Championship held at Raipur. Kushagra reached the Pre Quarters whereas Daksh made it to the Semi Finals. We are extremely proud of the progress they have made, and wish them all the success going forward.

Class Events Technoworld, Class V A bouquet of events showcasing the technological gestation was staged by the students of Class V highlighting the pros and cons of technology in our day to day life. The presentation of students left the audience spellbound.

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We Care! , Class IV The students of Class IV got together to present the theme 'We Care', a matter encompassing students love for nature, traffic rules, saving water, cleanliness, parents, friends and love for the disabled. A heart stirring performance enthralled the parents and teachers alike. Students with exceptional performances in academics and who have maintained 100% attendance were also awarded during the ceremony.

Brighton Kindle Banking Basics

Covering Notebooks

Table Manners

Ironing Clothes

Traffic Rules and Ironing Clothes

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Kindergarten Animals & Insects Day Students from Nursery and KGI celebrated Animals & Insects Day. They performed various activities by wearing masks of different animals like lion, tiger, elephant, monkey etc. The activity helped the students to identify different animals, insects, their sound and features. Nursery students overjoyed the activity as they wore the masks throughout the day.

Book Mark Making Competition

Aquarium Making Activity

A bookmark making competition was organized for the students of KGII where students used their creativity to the best and presented colourful bookmarks. We are sure that our tiny tots will use the bookmarks and will get motivated towards reading a book in order to use them effectively.

One more activity in action to help our Kindergarteners understand the aquatic life. Aquarium making through art and craft helped them to get acquainted with various other water animals and plants as well as it added joy to their learning.

Finger Puppet Making Activity The adorable and colourful finger puppets made by KGII students brought a smile on everyone’s face. This fun activity aimed at encouraging the students to use them in their puppet play and storytelling.

Good Bye Summer Activity Summer vacation has to give way to schools. Students of Kindergarten came dressed in their summer clothing and bid farewell to summers and ushered in rains in a joyful way. Here is a slice of that fun in pictures.




Kith n Kin The fun-filled activity Kith n Kin was conducted for KGI students in which they had to find pair of different flash cards related to each other. It was a great way to develop their understanding about connectivity between objects as well as people.

Memory Game Memory games are perfect for helping our kids to stretch their brain. This game helped our KGII students to stop, focus, think, plan and remember. These kind of activities ensure improvement in long term and short term memory which is extremely important for any person in all aspects.

Number Game

One Minute Game

Worksheets and flashcards aren't the only ways to practice Maths. Playing games can be a fun for students to help learning mathematical skills. KGII students played number games to learn forward and backward counting, missing numbers, before and after numbers concept with great involvement and enjoyment.

Children love to spend their time playing with their friends. The 'One minute game' engaged our little ones and challenged them physically and mentally. The game provided excellent moments of fun and learning simultaneously.

Palm Printing Activity Do we remember how good it felt to touch the paint with our bare hands and use it to create wall art? Now it’s time to pass the creativity to our little ones and let them create magic with their hands and imagination. So, we decided to conduct a palm printing activity to bring out the creativity of our little Nursery students. Children dipped their hands into colourful paints and created different animals on chart paper to make cards. Parents are surely going to cherish their first palm printed greeting card all their lives.

Shapes Around Us

Pink Day

In an activity conducted on ‘Shapes Day’, our tiny tots created objects using different basic shapes in order to understand their features.

Colours make the surroundings beautiful and the same was experienced by our Nursery students where they found everything around them pink throughout the day. ‘Pink Day’ celebration helped the students understand different shades of Pink.

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Rainy Day Celebration Rainy season is almost everyone’s favourite as its comes after scorching sunny days. Our little nursery kiddos are also not an exception to this. We celebrated 'Rainy day' at school where students reached school in colourful raincoats, umbrellas and gumboots. They got a chance to enjoy sweet corns and their favourite eatables along with the rain showers. It was a day that made learning extremely enjoyable for the everyone .

Primary & Senior Wing Chess

Colouring Competition

Mr. Ravi Kumar (International Chess Player) conducted workshop on Chess for students of class IV & V where the students learnt the techniques of playing the game effectively by understanding the do’s and don’ts of the game.

Colours add life to the world around us. To spread the same luster and sheen ‘Colouring Competition’ was conducted for Class I. The students were utmost careful to fill their masterpiece, which was a predesigned worksheet provided to them. Each child participated actively to showcase the imagination using different colours.

Creating Story through Puppets Almost all of us would have enjoyed the puppet show in our childhood. We at Brighton tried to serve the same flavour to the kids too. Our students bestowed an awe-inspiring puppet show where a group of students narrated stories through puppets.

Knowing our Kitchen ‘Knowing Our Kitchen’ activity was organised for the students of class I. Children got an opportunity to explore their senses related to taste, touch and smell. They were made aware of the usage of spices in our daily meal.

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Let's Prepare Mocktail

Memory Game

‘Let’s Prepare Mocktail’ was an activity where students not only learnt preparing the mocktail but the proper presentation also. We are hopeful that students will be surely able to welcome and impress their parents and guests by implementing their learning.

Memory game was a brainstorming and self evaluation activity where students had to reflect maximum responses based on their observation. The participation and performance was admirable.


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Mime with Moral Brighton International School witnessed a Mime Competition through Class IX students on the theme ‘My Moral Values’. Five teams performed exceptionally well. The themes like ‘Good Touch and Bad Touch, Save Environment ,Unity in Diversity‘ etc. were presented by the participants. Participants depicted all themes with their dramatic performance, brilliant gestures and body movements. A noteworthy display of moral values by each and every participant was really overt.

Making Cards Using Stencils

Paragraph Writing

Drawing using stencils is a real fun for the children. Class I students used the stencils to create cards for different occasions. The motive was to make the students understand to draw and colour in the given tencils.

The school conducts different competitions to trigger learning in an enjoyable manner. With the same perspective, paragraph writing competition was held for Class III. Such competitions help in developing essential writing skills and also go a long way to boost confidence of the children.

Picture Composition Paper Bag Making Activity The students of primary wing participated in paper bag making competition where students made bags of various sizes serving different purposes. We hope students will enhance the use of paper bags in daily life to replace polythene bags.

Picture Composition helps the students to express their perspective using appropriate language, content and vocabulary. A competition was held where the students of primary and middle section described a picture using their critical thinking.

One Minute Game

Poster Making Competition

The most awaited activity ‘One Minute Game’ was conducted for students of primary and middle section. It was fun filled activity where students took keen interest and participated actively.

Posters are a great way to express our thoughts using our creativity. The students of primary and middle section participated in Poster Making Competition to create awareness on environmental issues. Students’ perception on Poster making was heart touching and impressive.

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Team Survival Activity


To encourage team spirit, communication, to improve problem solving and collaboration Brighton International School conducted team survival activity for the students of class IX. This was an entertaining activity that provided students a chance to interact and mingle as well as pushed them out of their comfort zone. It also encouraged them to work together to accomplish the given task.

Being a responsible citizen of country, it’s our duty to care for the environment and sensitize our next generation for the same. What could be the best method than students presenting the environmental issues through a skit and suggesting ways to fix them? Students of Class V participated actively in the skit competition. They came up with excellent ideas to preserve our environment.

Tug of war The students of Class I locked horns in the battle of the strongest by working in teams pulling away the rope and stretching themselves by giving it all they have in terms of energy. Tug of war - a happy fun activity was enjoyed by students.

Word Game Word chain activity was conducted for class I students. It's a great way to help children flex their literacy skills and have fun at the same time. This activity focused on vocabulary and concept development as well as spelling.

Students Together You are a friend, my companion,

Flower Flowers, flowers, flowers They are a gift from nature. When we pluck them, we are not creature. Some flowers are unique, some flowers are different, But they are always alive. Humans need oxygen and water to live their life

When you come to me, You listen to my problems, And sort them out for me, With happiness & blissfulness, With smiles & fear, With pain & tears, I know you will be there throughout the years, With me & we are together.

And same way flowers need water and sunlight

Richa Sahu

They are red, yellow, blue and pink


The beauty in which we can sink. Muskan Class-V

Success Success is a key, key to move forward, Before getting success, the life is stressful, After getting success, the life is beautiful, To achieve success, we need to be sweet, To achieve success, never dare to cheat, To enjoy success, be regular as clock, Otherwise your planning will be flop, After getting success, everything is your choice, Otherwise we need to try twice and thrice, Success is not the money on the fame, Success is knowing you are still the same. Muskan Class-V

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Out of the door

A friend in need is a friend indeed! A true friend will be one who will stay by your side at all times. A real friendship stays by you through thick and thin. A true friend should be cherished and whose friendship should be safeguarded. Losing a true friend is like losing a treasure and you may never recover the wealth you lose. A true friend is difficult to come by. So value the friendship of such a friend. Most of all, reciprocate the love your friend has for you. And give your friend a special place in your heart.

Where the nature resides by In the school building Where the memories once took place. All above the pleasant sky Under which the trees lie In between where the birds fly All makes the future thought of mine Of Imagery & irony of past Letting the mindfulness little disturb Of flashbacks and vibes Wind passing through greenery Making the trees laugh. Out of the door, beyond the boundary On the Earth, Alone I stood This time with wind’s grace Passing me with its healing touch Forgetting what could & what if Asked me accept May be good, may be not Taught me whatever happiness; Happens for good Past has passed, Future is yet to come One has gone, One is still to be. And so I satisfied with what I have, “Present to live life as its best.” Nikita Khilwani XI-C

हरे भरे पेड़

Ishika Doye Class - IV B

It is said that science is the religion of the modern age. It is so because science has revolutionized modern life. Science is the modern God of reasons that abhor blind faiths. Man however worships science not because it has given him new and free ideas, but because it has provided him with great material comforts and made life easier to live. The space has been annihilated. The whole world has become a small place.

Muskan Dubey

Priyanshi Agarwal

Class-IX B

Class-VIII C


Beyond the limit, being limitless

हरे-भरे ये पेड़ निराले, लगते कितने प्यारे-प्यारे। डाली-डाली फूल खिलाते मीठे-मीठे ये फल देते। गर्मी में ये छाया देते, बारिश में ये खूब नहाते। कभी पक्षियों का घर बन जाते, हरे भरे ये पेड़ निराले। इन्हें न कभी काटों, इन्हें बचाओ, इन्हीं से हैं साँसे हमारी। हरे भरे ये पेड़ निराले, लगते कितने प्यारे प्यारे।

Science and Human Happiness

Illiteracy is a state where one is unable to read and write. In its simplest it can be defined as lack of sufficient education. It refers to the inability of a person to be educated and a major cause of prevailing poverty. There are many people who never had the opportunity to go in for formal education, mostly due to poverty or sometimes due to different family backgrounds. The causes of illiteracy are: • Illiteracy among parents • Lack of awareness • Poverty • Lack of family support • Social barriers • Lack of affordable education How do you think we can solve or overcome illiteracy?  We should double our efforts and make it our mission to help the poor and make them study.  Children should be encouraged to develop a taste for learning.  Even students can teach the basics of languages to the needy and enable them to read and write.  We should donate our old books as it may help the poor.  Teachers may come forward and devote some time for teaching the poor children.  “Education of women and girl child should be given due importance. Kritika Jiwnani Class-VIII C

Tongue Twister

The Plant of Kindness Kind hearts are the garden Kind thoughts are the roots, Kind words are the blossoms, Kind deeds are the fruits;

You have no need to light a night-light On a light night like tonight For a night-light’s light’s a slight light, And tonight’s night that’s light It is really not quite right To light night-lights with their slight lights On a light night like tonight.

Love is the sweet sunshine

Vidhya Dewangan

That’s warmth into life.

Class-V B

Pooja Shukla Class-VIII B

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वक़्त 1.

Who is Bigger? Mr. Bigger, Mrs. Bigger or their Baby?

2. What has no weight but is heavy enough to sink a ship? 3. Many have heard me, but no one has seen me, and I will not speak back until spoken to. 4. What goes in and around the house but never touches it? 5. The faster you run, the harder it is to catch me. What am I? 6. I have cities, but no houses. I have mountains, but no trees. I have water, but no fish. What am I? 7.

I am small like a mouse but protect like a lion. What am I?

8. What are two things people never eat before breakfast? 9. Where does Friday come before Thursday? 10. What can you catch but not throw? Answers 1.

The Baby, since he is a little Bigger.

2. A hole. 3. An echo. 4. Sunrays. 5. Your Breath. 6. A Map. 7.

A lock

8. Lunch and Dinner. 9. In Dictionary. 10. Cold Saniya Sherwani Class VI-B

Though I Though I am a little girl, I have learnt to cope. Though I am still young, I am learning not to slip off my tongue. Though I dream of being an adult, I still wish to stay young. Though I wish of being a boy, I am still proud to be a girl. Though I think about little things, I still know I have place for bigger things. Though I want to live a popular life, I still want a peaceful one. Though I want a comfy life, I still want one thrill. Though I think I know what I want, I still don’t. I am a girl who thinks that I have everything figured out, Well, the plain, simple truth is that I still need some more time. Rachel Faith Class-VIII C

एक नई शुरुआत

एक नई शुरुआत जी हाँ, एक नई शुरुआत कब होगी और कैसे होगी? क्या होगा कोई साथ? ऐसे कई सवालों से टूट रही थी आस।। तभी मन के किसी कोने से आई एक आवाज़ सदा रहूँगा साथ, तेरे मैं हूँ तेरा आत्मविश्वास तू कर अपनी शुरुआत हाँ -हाँ तू कर अपनी शुरुआत लोग हसेंगे पहले तुझ पर होगा बड़ा उपहास।। तुम भी न उठ पाओ ऊपर होगा यही प्रयास हाँ-हाँ होगा यही प्रयास।। कायर मत बन कर ले बस प्रण अब विचलित न होगा मन।। आज नहीं तो कल दुनिया सुनेगी अपनी बात हाँ-हाँ दुनिया सुनेगी अपनी बात।। हम करेंगे नई शुरुआत जी हाँ हम करेंगे नई शुरुआत।। MAHEK BATRA Class - IX C

Somi Shukla Class - VII A

सरहदों में बाँध रखा था जिन्हें, हदों में जकड़ रखा था जिन्हें, अंधियारी गलियों में चल न पाती थी कभी, डर ने थाम रखा था जिन्हें, वो सरहदें अब टूटने लगी हैं, आज की नारी अब उड़ने लगी है। न निकलती थी कभी, न हंसती थी कभी, न दिल खोलकर अपने मन की, जो न कह पाती थी कभी, वो सरहदें अब टूटने लगी हैं, आज की नारी अब उड़ने लगी है। कभी सरहदों पर जाती है, कभी रसोई में शेफ बन जाती है, कभी धाकड़ बन पछाड़ गिराती है, कभी बल्ले पे बल्ला घुमाती है, नयी पहचान बनाने लगी है, वो सरहदें अब टूटने लगी हैं, आज की नारी अब उड़ने लगी है। अब गौरव देश का बन चुकी है, हर घर में प्यार पाने लगी है, हर ओर खुशियों के चौके-छक्के लगाने लगी है, परेशानियों के विकेट गिराकर, सबके ग़मों को क्लीन बोल्ड की झंडी दिखाने लगी है, वो सरहदें अब टूटने लगी हैं, आज की नारी अब उड़ने लगी है। MAHEK BATRA

नारी सशक्तिकरण

मैं नारी हूँ, मैं नारी हूँ। मैं कब किसी से हारी हूँ? कर्तव्यों व जिम्मेदारियों से, कभी न डर के भागी हूँ। मैं नारी हूँ, मैं नारी हूँ। मैं कब किसी से हारी हूँ? बेटी हूँ, बहन हूँ, महतारी हूँ, हर रूप में सब पर भारी हूँ। मैं नारी हूँ, मैं नारी हूँ। मैं कब किसी से हारी हूँ? बचपन की कोमलता व माँ की शीतलता का, सम्मान करने वालों की आभारी हूँ। मैं नारी हूँ, मैं नारी हूँ। मैं कब किसी से हारी हूँ? Shaivi Jangid Class - IX C

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Class - IX C

एक रोचक तथ्य

जानिये स्वतंत्रता दिवस और गणतंत्र दिवस पर झंडा फ़हराने में क्या अंतर है? 15 अगस्त स्वतंत्रता दिवस के अवसर पर झंडे को नीचे से रस्सी द्वारा खींच कर ऊपर लाया जाता है, फिर खोल कर फहराया जाता है, जिसे ‘ध्वजारोहण’ कहा जाता है, क्योंकि यह 15 अगस्त 1947 की ऐतिहासिक घटना को सम्मान देने हेतु किया जाता है। जबकि 26 जनवरी गणतंत्र दिवस पर झंडा ऊपर ही बंधा रहता है, जिसे खोल कर फहराया जाता है। 15 अगस्त के दिन ‘प्रधानमंत्री’ जो कि केंद्र सरकार के प्रमुख होते हैं, ध्वजारोहण करते हैं। जबकि 26 जनवरी को संविधान लागू होने के उपलक्ष्य में मनाया जाता है, इस दिन संवैधानिक प्रमुख ‘राष्ट्रपति’ झंडा फहराते हैं। स्वतंत्रता दिवस के दिन लाल किले से ध्वजारोहण किया जाता है। जबकि गणतंत्र दिवस के दिन राजपथ पर झंडा फहराया जाता है। Pranshu Tamrakar Class - X B /Brighton_Raipur /Brighton_Raipur

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रुका नहीं, झुका नहीं बड़ा सख्त है, वो वक़्त है मुद्दतों से चला आ रहा मुद्दतों तक जायेगा’ तू खड़ा रह जायेगा ये वक़्त चलता जायेगा तू खड़ा, वो चला वो चला, तू खड़ा बस हाथ मलता रह जायेगा यह वक़्त चलता जायेगा राहों के काँटे, हमने जो छांटे कब मंजिलों तक पहुंचेंगे ये वक़्त ही बताएगा पर डर मत, तू उठ ज़रा चल ज़रा, पकड़ ज़रा हाथ पर न हाथ धर वक़्त के तू साथ चल वक़्त पर हर काम कर रुका नहीं, झुका नहीं बड़ा सख्त है, वो वक़्त है।



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