Little Flower Public School

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Little Flower Public School
Logo LFPS Current.png
LFPS Logo
Duty, Discipline, Dedication
Address
  1. 1, Outer Ring Road
    Bangalore, Karnataka, 560 085, India
Coordinates 12°55′54″N 77°32′29″E / 12.9317°N 77.5414°E / 12.9317; 77.5414Coordinates: 12°55′54″N 77°32′29″E / 12.9317°N 77.5414°E / 12.9317; 77.5414
Information
School type Unaided, Medium school
Established 1988
School district Bangalore Urban
Principal Mrs.B.Gayethri Devi
Staff ~120
Gender Co-educational
Number of students ~1700
Classes Kindergarten to class 12
Average class size 40
Language English, Kannada, Hindi, Sanskrit
Campus Ring Road, BSK 3rd Stage (Hosakerehalli)
Campus size ~1.5 acres (6,100 m2)
Yearbook Invictus
Affiliation ICSE/ISC, New Delhi
Alumni Old Students Association, Little Flower Public School
Website

Little Flower Public School (or LFPS) is an unaided co-educational English medium school in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. Founded in 1988, it is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi. It prepares students for the ICSE (Std 10) and ISC (Std 12) Board Examinations conducted by the Council.

LFPS Main block

Academics[edit]

A mathematics session

LFPS is a day school with classes from Kindergarten to Std.XII and prepares students for the ICSE Std.X, ISC Std.XII and SSLC Std.X Board Examinations. The trilingual method is followed with English as the medium of instruction and Kannada/Hindi/Sanskrit as language options.

Extra-curricular activities[edit]

Red Ants[edit]

The school band is as the Red Ants. The band is good. They have won accolades for their performances in Republic Day Parade, Independence Day Parade,etc.and in many more in Bangalore.[1]

Visits/excursions/educational tours[edit]

Field visits are organised for all classes, including to Kanyakumari, Kerala, Madurai, Vishakapatnam, Mekedatu, Western Ghats, Goa, Ooty, Kodaikanal, Hampi and Hyderabad. Students are taken to sites like Torekadinahalli Water Treatment plant, Parle Factory, Bannerghatta Biological Park, Chitrakala Parishat and the Compost Development plant[citation needed].

Competitions[edit]

Little Flowers organizes intra-school and inter-house/school competitions. Intra-School competitions include the Folk Dance competition, Face Painting Competition, Cookery Competition, Singing Competition etc. Inter house competitions include the annual Excelsior Quiz for the high school students hosted by the Senior Secondary School students of the school[citation needed]. During the children's day, students compete in inter-house competitions hosted by the teaching staff.

Exhibitions[edit]

Parents at the Art and Crafts Exhibition at the Parent Teachers Meeting

The Annual Science, Art and Talents expositions are a platform for students to exhibit their talent. "Halli Illi" is the annual arts exhibition organized in January by the ISC students of LFPS bringing potters from Narayanapur Village - 50 km off Bangalore City on NH4[citation needed].

Club activities[edit]

Dance team[edit]

A Yakshagana performance

The Dance team have performed at all major events across the city. Events include the Janapada Jathre.

Dramatics team[edit]

Little Flowers has fostered the growth of young actors and actresses since 1988. Early productions included "Who's Clone am I?", "Ma, Baap aur Court", "Khabristan ka Ladka", "A Nation to Behold" and "Cry Cry Brethren". Some of the contemporary productions include "Modern Ramayana", "Hanuman's Tail setting fire to Corruption", "Julius Caesar and the return of Harry Potter", "Baba Yaga", "Salim Anarkali", "The Last Letter", "Romeo Juliet", "Benny Hinn or Sri Krishna?" and "2006: Funky Awards". "Salim Anarkali" was performed by the batch of 2005-06 and 2006-07 at the annual Centrestage Dramatics Competition.

ECHO[edit]

ECHO is the Editorial Entity of Little Flower Public School or "Every Class Has an Opinion". It is the editorial board of the school magazine of the students at Little Flowers.

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