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Junior School Variety Entertainment showcased young talent of Junior School in Pavate Hall in PPS , Nabha..! More than 220 children participated in the show ....!
Large number of parents assembled to witness their children performing various items. The evening kicked off with mesmerising performance by school choir . It was followed by English Play -Akbar Birbal. Various forms of dances left the audience asking for more. Hindi play “ Ek Galheri” left everyone spellbound..! 
The evening came to an end with Headmaster’s address. He showered praises on every single person behind the show. He thanked every parent for being part of the evening.
    Lohri Celebrations at PPS, Nabha

    Get ready to bid goodbye to winter and welcome the long, bright sunny days as the auspicious festival of Lohri approaches.
    Celebrate the Lohri with traditional folklore ....May the bonfire infuse warmth in everyone's life and end every bit of sadness !
    Savor the gachak, sweets and spread the sweetness around...!
      Festival Cricket Match in PPS, Nabha 
      A traditional Festival Cricket Match was played between the  PPS Staff and Students.! 
      Staff made 164 for 1 wicket in 15 overs . Mr Abhishek Jalota made unbeaten 114 in 52 balls...! 
      Students were completely outplayed as the staff got all team out by splendid bowling in just 58 runs with 4 balls to spare..! 
      Kudos to the Great Staff Cricket Team “ The Eagles “.
        The Punjab Public School, Nabha reopened after the Winter Break today and the first Assembly was conducted by the Headmaster, Dr Jagpreet Singh in which the School Flag was given by the Deputy Headmaster to the Head Boy and The Head Girl to hoist it on the Main Building signifying that , the students are the life and soul of the School and when children leave for a break after the end of term the flag is taken off and kept in the custody of The Deputy Headmaster. A great legacy of a great Institution..! Onward and Upward..!
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