Diwali is the festival of lights which is celebrated in various regions across India. The name ‘Deepavali’ literally means an ‘array of lights’. To make the students understand the importance of Diwali, UNIVERSAL CHAMPS had a celebration in school with all its grandeur. Teachers explained the importance of Diwali, the festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. Children decorated diyas with colors and glitter.

Both Teachers and students enjoyed the Diwali celebrations wholehearted….


With the excitement of festive season in the air, UNIVERSAL CHAMPS organized a Diya Decoration Competition, in which PARENTS displayed their creativity in decorating the earthen lamps beautifully. All the parents enthusiastically participated in the activity.


A “Best out of Waste Material” competition was organized by UNIVERSAL CHAMPS for the parents of SR.KG. The parents had made beautiful decorative items. All the parents enthusiastically participated in the activity.



The children were shown a variety of vegetables, the teachers discussed the benefits of each type of vegetables.They were shown how the vegetable needed to be peeled/ cut etc. They also learnt to differentiated the vegetables on the basis of varieties. Deepti Tillu ma’am became the vegetable vendor, all the children were in great excitement. The teachers explained the value of each type for good health. They also explained the concept if a balanced diet. Expectedly the activity was extremely animated and the children enjoyed facilitating their own learning!


The much awaited festival Navratri was celebrated in UNIVERSAL CHAMPS a unit of ST. MARY CHAMPION SCHOOL with great joy and vigour.  Pre-primary Classes celebrated on 04/10/2019. Students and teachers came in traditional dresses. All of them celebrated the day with joy and cheer. It was a colorful show with teachers joining the students enthusiastically in their dance.


“All the fruits are very beautiful,

They keep us happiful,

And make us cheerful,

When we eat mouthful.

Fruit salad is a dish consisting of various kinds of fruit, sometimes served in a liquid, either in their own juices or a syrup. Fruit salads can be served as appetizers, desserts or as a side-salad.

The mothers of our NURSERY chirpy champs enthusiastically participated in the fruit salad making competition  at UNIVERSAL CHAMPS. The winner mothers were awarded the exciting prizes like Chef cap, apron  and certificate…….& the achievement’s goes to:-


1st runner-up = Mrs. PUSHPA PATIDAR

2nd runner-up = Mrs. MANISHA SHARMA



Fruit Salad Making Competition was organized for the students of Sr.kg at UNIVERSAL CHAMPS on 16/09/2019. The objective behind the competition was to inculcate healthy food habits and awareness regarding the choice of food. Cleanliness, safety, taste and presentation were the basic criterion for the judgment. The participants’ creativity was revealed through the beautiful designs and patterns formed with different mouth watering.


“Where each bud blooms in its true colors,

Where each day is a celebration of unity and harmony,

We are proud to be the children of that land of festivals, holy rivers, sacred shrines, lush green valleys and history of diverse cultures.”

Keeping this in mind the children of UNIVERSAL CHAMPS a unit of SMCS celebrated the free spirit of Independence Day with enthusiasm and joy on Wednesday,14th August 2019. The area was ablaze with the colors of the national flag and was decorated with Independence Day craft such as tri color balloons, pigeons and a huge flag.

The children worked very hard to put up a good show. The Jr. kg students represented the different states of India  and came dressed up in beautiful costumes. The Chirpy champs our Nursery children did Suryanamaskar displaying the ancient tradition of India. Sr.kg students performed a mind blowing and eye opening nukkad natak asking for Independence againt corruption, inflation, religious politics, casteism and other social evils. The Sr.kg students conducted the entire program and alsomade everyone recite the pledge. The dance presented by the Jr.kg and Sr.kg students brought to light the sacrifices of our brave soldiers.

To conclude, PRINCIPAL MA’AM Mrs. Isabel Swamy applauded the efforts of the students and inspired them to be independent, confident and proud Indians. Finally we all stood for the national anthem.


Barso re megha megha…. Cham cham cham……. To embrace these lines (songs) yesterday ie.on 25/07/19 our tiny tots enjoyed the rain dance at the garden of UNIVERSAL CHAMPS. School kids were overjoyed on the rainy day. Rainy day for them means a day full of fun. All the kids were dancing holding colourful umbrellas and wearing beautiful dresses.


It was a day of Fun with Shapes at UNIVERSAL CHAMPS for the Pre-Primary Wing. Various activities were organized for classes NUR- KGII to encourage participation and to promote creative and aesthetic skills.

Tiny tots enjoyed some great ideas and played simple games about learning shapes. A fun filled and joyful activity provided to our little ∇ones a platform to develop and showcase their latent talents.



Colours! Colours! Colours! So many colours! So different colours! So beautiful colours! Colours truly bring joy and happiness into our lives. Life without colours would be so boring and dull. Colours fill our life with vibrance and excitement. There is a colour for every emotion in our lives. Red for love, white for peace, blue for gloom, green for jealousy and greed, purple for wealth, yellow for energy, black for evil, pink for kindness, brown for strength and orange for enthusiasm.

To familiarize all the children with these wonderful colours, we had organized a colours’ week. All the children along with the teachers came dressed up in the colour that was being celebrated. The children also brought along with them an object of the same colour. The children not only learnt differentiate different colour. Every student was asked to speak about their object which boosted their confidene and enhanced their commmication skills. The children enjoyed the colours’ week thoroughly.