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Inter House YOGA Competition 15th November 2018 – Inter House YOGA Competition

Inter house yoga competition was conducted between all four houses of Sachdeva Global School in the SUB JUNIOR Category on 15-11-2018.. Students from classes III to VIII took part in competition with  full passion and performed as well. As other competition houses announced winner at the end of the competition. Following are the results of the competition.

First Position             -           HARMONY House   (Scored 125 points)               

Second Position         -          PEACE House           (Scored 123 points)               

Third Position            -           PRIDE House            (Scored 90 points)





Refresher Workshop On Short Reads 03rd November 2018 – Refresher Workshop On Short Reads

  “You can find magic wherever you look. Sit back and relax, all you need is a book.”

Reading is a habit that can make us a better person. Reading not only provides us knowledge but also inspires us. Reading exposes our minds to different cultures, languages and new worlds. As our minds are exposed to such wealth of ideas, reading ultimately helps us in communicating with depth of thought. To understand how we can make the most of this tool called reading, a refresher workshop was conducted for the teachers of classes Buds-II on 3rd November 2018. The workshop was great fun. The teachers shared about how they can explore and experience newer ways of teaching with the novel concept of SHORT READS- wherein the box contains cards with different grade levels. It was a learning experience for all, wherein the teachers explored how they can use this tool which enables the teacher to assess the learner’s lexile levels, enriching the vocabulary level of the children and also helping them to enhance their reading and writing skills





45th Delhi State Roller Sports Championship ( RSFI ) 2018 01st November 2018 – 45th Delhi State Roller Sports Championship ( RSFI ) 2018

 

 

 

The zealous Globalites who have recently participated in 45th Delhi State Roller Sports Championship (RSFI) 2018 - 19 on 1st to 4th November 2018 have brought laurels to school by winning 2 Silver Medals. The event was organized by Delhi Skating Association, G.R. International School, Bawana, Delhi – 110039, where the energetic skaters displayed their skill and sportsmanship in the true spirit and added yet another feather to the Skating Club of the school.

 

The winners of the competition were:

 

NAME

CLASS

MEDAL

SEERAT BHULLAR

III A

1  SILVER

SHAIVYA MISRA

V B

1 SILVER

 

 

 





Special Assembly- Diwali 30th October 2018 – Special Assembly- Diwali

The much awaited and loved festival of lights, Diwali, was celebrated with traditional fervor in the grounds of Sachdeva Global School.

Students of Buds -C presented a special assembly on this festive occasion on Tuesday, 30th October, 2018 and appraised the gathering about the festival, which marks the triumph of light over darkness and the beginning of the Hindu New Year. They also highlighted the significance of this important day and took turns to speak about this day when Rama, the Hindu God had returned to Ayodhya after 14 years in exile, so in honor of his return people decorate their houses with earthen lamps and diyas .

The spectators were encouraged to observe an eco-friendly diwali and refrain themselves from burning crackers so as to create a clean environment for all living beings.

Students enthusiastically danced on rhythmic numbers and recited poem on Diwali. The assembly came to a close with the school song and the National anthem.

 



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Hindi Story Telling Competition 29th October 2018 – Hindi Story Telling Competition

 

  “Story is a description, either true or imagined, of a connected series of events.”

Children love stories. It’s true!! And every child enjoys it for different reasons-be it travelling to magical worlds, morals of life, learning new concepts, going on adventures etc.

With stories, the possibilities are truly limitless. Perhaps, the best way to help a child explore, express, understand emotions, problems, problem solving, habits & much more via stories. Each story helps the child enter a completely different magical & imaginative world that has no boundaries.

Keeping this in mind, Katha Vaachan Pratiyogita was organized for Class- Blooms on 29th October 2018. The children narrated various stories. They wore the costumes related with their stories and also carried attractive props. The children were very much confident & enthusiastic. Everyone enjoyed the story telling.

This competition helped the children to develop confidence & improve vocal skills.

The results are as follows:

Student Name

Class

Activity

Position

Vivika Agarwal

Blooms A

Dance

First

Aria Hooda

Blooms B

Vocals

Second

Lakshya Anand

Blooms A

Dance

Third

Jasgur Singh

Blooms A

Vocals

Third

 

 

 



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Annual Picnic to Kidzania: Classes II - V 27th October 2018 – Annual Picnic to Kidzania: Classes II - V

“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” This is a famous quote by Confucius. And that is exactly Kidzania provides by blending reality with entertainment. Students of class II to V had this thrilling picnic to Kidzania, Noida on 27th October 2018, accompanied by their teachers.

Kidzania is an interactive indoor theme park that inspires and educates kids through real-life role-playing activities. The realism of the role-play helps children learn about different careers, work and money management. The activities like Supreme Court, Police & CSI Department, Fire Department, Energy Conservation Hub, Hospital, Fashion Boutique, Dance Academy, Culinary School and many others, helped students to get the first-hand experience and explore various professions by enacting them. Many activities helped them earn money whereas few others required some payments thus helping the kids to understand the management of money in real-life situations. Kids enjoyed a scrumptious and nutritious meal for the day and came back with a lot of fond memories.



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Kavita Vaachan Pratiyogita 25th October 2018 – Kavita Vaachan Pratiyogita

Family plays a very important part in our lives. To make kids understand the importance of family, KAVITA VACHAN PRATIYOGITA (RHYME RECITATION COMPETITION) was held on 25th October 2018 for the students of class BUDS wherein the shortlisted students were well dressed along with colorful and attractive props. They participated with great enthusiasm and jubilation. The students were appreciated for their confidence and performances, which they showcased arduously on the stage during the competition.

Result of the pratiyogita:

POSITION

PARTICIPANT NAME

CLASS-SEC

FIRST

SUPRIYA SHARMA

BUDS-D

 

VIHAANI SINGH

BUDS-E

 

RUDRA

BUDS-B

 

MAHI

BUDS-E

SECOND

VIBHOR  BHAGTANI

BUDS-D

 

 VIHAAN KOTNALA

BUDS-D

 

ADVIK RAJPUT

BUDS-B

 

AMAYA SINGHAL

BUDS-E

 

SHANAYA RAUTELA

BUDS-E

 

SHIVJIT SINGH

BUDS-A

 

YUVRAJ CHAND

BUDS-C

 

AVISHKA SINGH

BUDS-A

THIRD

RAVYA JAIN

BUDS-A

 

VIDHUSHI SUNDEEP

BUDS-A

 

RYKA KAPUR

BUDS-D

 

KAVYANSH SETH

BUDS-D

 

RITISHA

BUDS-B

 

TAISHA CHINDA

BUDS-C

 

ANIKET SHOKEEN

BUDS-E

 

AJINKYA LAVHALE

BUDS-E

 



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Health is wealth - Special Assembly 23rd October 2018 – Health is wealth - Special Assembly

A healthy mind resides in a healthy body

The day initiated with the class assembly conducted by the students of II-E on “Health Is Wealth” on 23 October 2018. The assembly started with the morning prayer followed by the students elaborating about the topic ‘Health’ is an important aspect of our lives. The main objective of the assembly was to make children aware of the importance of good health, how and why we should take care of our health to remain fit and energetic. The students shared with the audience to eat balanced and nutritious diet, drink 8 glasses of water, do exercise in the fresh air, go for a walk, play outdoors and have sound sleep of 7 to 8 hours every day.

Students of class II E also spoke about the importance of being positive and spreading happiness as a healthy outside starts from healthy inside. The students shared the thought for the day which was by Mahatma Gandhi- “It is health that is real wealth, not pieces of gold and silver”.

In the end, students enjoyed presenting a poem titled ‘Stay healthy’. The assembly was very informative and thoughtful. It motivated everyone to have an active lifestyle and become healthy and fit. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem.



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Special Assembly by Buds A -Dussehra 16th October 2018 – Special Assembly by Buds A -Dussehra

As birds are made to fly and rivers to run, so the soul to follow duty.

The school’s grounds were brimming with vigor and enthusiasm on Tuesday, 16 October 2018 as the festivities are just around the corner. It was a full house for the grounds to witness the galore of the upcoming festival- Dussehra. Giving away the message ‘Victory of good over evil’, the little ones of Buds-A presented a short play on Ramayana, depicting varied characters and pivotal incidences from the epic. Dressed in beautiful traditional attires, the little kindergarteners portrayed the essence of the festival in the most impressive manner. Further, the students’ recited poems on Dussehra and the assembly saw its close with burning of the effigy of Ravana by our Head of School- Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar.



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Workshop on Organ Donation 16th October 2018 – Workshop on Organ Donation

With an aim to sensitize the students towards organ donation, The Organ Receiving & Giving Awareness (ORGAN), an initiative of the Parashar Foundation, a Delhi-based Non-Government Organisation, conducted a workshop at Sachdeva Global School on 16 October for the students of class XI.

The purpose of the workshop was not just to spread awareness about organ donation but also to debunk various myths and taboos associated with it. The students were made aware of the process of transplantation also, they were informed about the vital organs and tissues that can be donated.

It was an interactive and engaging session wherein the students raised their doubts and were shown clips of donor and recipients, which made a huge impact on how they can use their ‘superpowers’ to save so many lives. The workshop ended with many students pledging to carry the message of organ donation into the community.





Teacher’s Workshop on Short Reads by Scholastic 13th October 2018 – Teacher’s Workshop on Short Reads by Scholastic

Education has become an ever evolving system wherein continuous updates help in fostering the holistic development of the learner. Keeping this broader view in mind, Scholastic has always been an active partner in facilitating us with even better teaching pedagogies and techniques. Saturday, 13 October 2018, saw coming together of teaching faculties from classes- Buds-II to explore and experience the newer ways of teaching with a novel concept SHORT READS- wherein the box contains cards with different grade levels. Ms. Rachna from Scholastic elaborated on this tool which enables the teacher to assess the learner’s lexile levels, inferring the vocabulary level of the child and also helping the children to enhance on their reading and writing skills.




Inter House Comic Act Competition 10th October 2018 – Inter House Comic Act Competition

An Inter House Comic Act Competition was organized for classes III-V on 10 October, 2018. Students from each of the four houses participated enthusiastically in this team event. The students prepared humorous acts to promote fun and laughter. This competition was a way to instill the idea of happy living in the young minds of the students.

With a blend of humor and catchy punch lines, the students made their acts cling to the minds of the audience. Students and teachers contributed heartily by boosting the confidence of the participants with their cheers and giggles.

The first position was bagged by Harmony house with an outstanding performance. The second position was attained by Glory house, whereas Peace house held the third position.

 



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Special Assembly - The Spirit of Kindness by Class II D 09th October 2018 – Special Assembly - The Spirit of Kindness by Class II D

LITTLE DEEDS OF KINDNESS.. LITTLE WORDS OF LOVE..

MAKE OUR EARTH HAPPY LIKE THE HEAVEN ABOVE!!

Students of class II D presented the morning assembly on the topic- THE SPIRIT OF KINDNESS. The prime purpose of the assembly was to spread the message, “By being kind to others, you will be able to make others feel good and you will also feel happier yourself.”

 

The assembly started with the thought of the day followed by students talking about how one can be kind and polite. The assembly emphasized on doing something for others and not expecting anything in return. Students of II D talked about using magical word “thank you” and giving a “warm smile” to others as it is the universal language of kindness. The students spoke about helping the needy and respecting our elders. At the end, students took a pledge to be kind and also motivated everyone present there to be a better version of themselves by just doing little deeds of kindness every day. The assembly was enjoyed by one and all.

 



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Special Assembly - Gandhi Jayanti 04th October 2018 – Special Assembly - Gandhi Jayanti

On 4th October’ 2018, students of class II C conducted a special assembly to mark the 149th Birth Anniversary (2’ Oct 2018) of our father of nation, Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi. The assembly actually overwhelmed the audience as the little students of class II C remembered the preachings of Mahatma Gandhi on his birth anniversary along with the presentation of interesting anecdotes from the life of Gandhiji.

Students aimed to bring out the principles that guided the Mahatma Gandhi’s life. II C shared with everyone Bapu's mantra of following the path of honesty at all times; "See no evil, Hear no evil, Speak no evil.”

The students also highlighted that the Mahatma used to wear a khadi dhoti to be one with the common man of India and refused any privileges that could have come easily to such a man.

Class II C recited a hindi poem “RASHTRA PITA TUM KEHLATE HO.. SABHI PYAR SE KEHTE BAPU” in Bapu’s remembrance. Students also presented a wonderful dance performance on “Sabarmati ke sant tune kar diya kamaal” and everyone thoroughly enjoyed it.

The assembly was a successful effort by little students of class II.



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Special Assembly- International Day of Non Violence 04th October 2018 – Special Assembly- International Day of Non Violence

Students of class V E presented the morning assembly on 4th October, 2018 on the topic ‘International Day of Non – Violence’. The assembly began with the morning prayer followed by the thought for the day and updating the gathering with the latest news and headlines. The students then introduced their topic. They presented a ‘nukkad natak’ based on life of Mahatma Gandhi and a melodious song on Non-Violence. A skit based on policy of ‘Ahimsa’ and ‘three mystic apes’ was shown to reinforce this virtue. All the students spoke with confidence and their presentation was truly a successful effort.

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Career Counseling 03rd October 2018 – Career Counseling

A career counseling workshop was organized at Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka on 3rd October 2018 for classes VIII –X. Mr. Ankit Aggarwal, a faculty member of Akash Institute, Janakpuri was the spokesperson. He acquainted the students to the various fields they could opt for in their future through a power point presentation and told the students about the requirements of different fields and how they could achieve their dreams. He also gave an inspiring speech and motivated the students to be successful in the field they choose. The presentation was followed by an interactive session in which students participated enthusiastically.  The workshop was quite beneficial to the students in guiding them to choose their career options.




Drug and Tobacco De-addiction 01st October 2018 – Drug and Tobacco De-addiction

In its initiative to eradicate drug menace from society, Brahma Kumaris De-addiction Services in collaboration with Delhi police conducted school mental health program for the students of X-XII at Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka on 1 October 2018. 

The focus of the program was to provide insight to the students about the seriousness of drug addiction as it is a social evil.

Starting the session, Dr. Sachin Pranab spoke about drug addiction and highlighted the drug addiction scenario in India, the causes and consequences of addiction. He also spoke about preventive measures.

An interactive question-answer session was also held which was followed by short meditation session which certainly rejuvenated the students. At the end, an oath ceremony took place wherein the students pledged to restrain from substance abuse and help those who are struggling to quit. The queries were answered satisfactorily by the experts.

The program was highly appreciated by the students and the staff, as it was thought-provoking and gave students a reality check that “It’s never too late to quit, but it important to quit before it’s too late.”





Adventure Camp (Buds - I) 26th September 2018 – Adventure Camp (Buds - I)

The objective of an adventure camp is to offer an opportunity to grow, develop and practice principles of togetherness and self- reliance. Furthering the very goal of imparting education and helping the students to evolve into confident individuals who appreciate team work and togetherness, a two day adventure camp was organized for the students of classes- Buds, Blooms and Ist on September 26-27, 2018. The camp was organized in the school premises only. 

The camp gave an opportunity to the students to harness their mental faculties, learn while having fun and to help them in becoming psychologically and physically more strong and confident. The students were given a thrilling and unforgettable experience of different adventure activities like commando crawl, body zorb, hop scotch, rock wall climbing, commando net, woody wave, tug of war, zip- line etc. The students had a fun filled experience and took part in all the activities enthusiastically. 


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Election Museum 26th September 2018 – Election Museum

Students of class Xth of Sachdeva Global School went to Election Museum on 26 September 2018. Election Museum is located at the office of Chief Electoral Officer, Kashmere Gate, New Delhi. Students were shown many informative videos related to first elections of India, EVMs among other interactive sessions.

Visiting the Election Museum was truly an enriching experience as it enhanced the knowledge of students about Electoral procedure of India. The place provided a great learning experience about electoral legacy, electoral management and journey of democracy with Mahatma Gandhi, with the use of archived photographs, artifacts and maps.





Education - A Tool to Success 25th September 2018 – Education - A Tool to Success

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” 

We know that a brighter future starts with an education. Education gives us the tools and support we need to find success in life.

To spread awareness about the importance of Education, students of class II-B conducted the morning assembly on 25th September’ 2018. The students of class II B stressed on the significance of education in one’s life.  They emphasized upon the fact that education is very important for everyone to move forward in life and achieve success. It plays a great role in the formation of a person's personality. Students mentioned that school education plays a great role in everyone's life. 

The assembly also stimulated thoughts of young students by presenting a beautiful poem ‘bahut zaroori hoti hai shiksha”. Students of II B also presented a wonderful dance performance on “Shiksha ke deep jalayengein” and spread their message very well. All the students spoke with confidence and their presentation was a successful effort.



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Special Assembly- International Peace Day 20th September 2018 – Special Assembly- International Peace Day

'Peace cannot be kept by force, it can only be achieved by understanding.’

A famous saying that refers to the importance of maintaining peace amongst us. In order to inculcate the value of peace, students of class V-C presented the morning assembly on 20 September, 2018 on the topic ‘International Peace Day’. The assembly began with the morning prayer followed by the thought for the day and updating the gathering with the latest news headlines. Children then came forward and talked about International Peace Day. A skit was presented by the group of students to make everyone aware about the importance of having peace in our lives which was then followed by an amusing recitation of a poem. A group song with the title ‘Light a candle for peace’ was also presented which filled the gathering with melody and rhythm as the students sang it with full energy. It was an informative assembly in all.



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Talent Hunt - Class I & II 20th September 2018 – Talent Hunt - Class I & II

"Your talent is a gift from God. What you do with it is your gift to Him."

In order to give a platform to the students to showcase their talent, Sachdeva Global School organized a ‘Talent Hunt’ competition for the students of classes I and II on 20 September 2018. The aim of the event was to nurture the intrinsic qualities of the students for their holistic development. The students exhibited their talents in different genres like vocal music, instrumental music and dance. It was amazing to see the students performing with utmost confidence and grace. The competition served its purpose well by boosting the confidence of the students and removing their stage fear.

The winners of the competition were as follow:

 

S.NO.

NAMES

CLASS

CATAGORY

POSITION

1

JIGYASH PRASANNA BARUAH

I-D

VOCAL

FIRST

2

ATHARV YADAV

I-C

VOCAL

FIRST

3

ARNAV BHARAT BHAGAT

I-B

DANCE

SECOND

4

SAATVIK CHAUDHARY

I-C

VOCAL

SECOND

5

PARTH YADAV

I-D

VOCAL

SECOND

6

YERIK TYAGI

I-A

INSTRUMENTAL

SECOND

7

SAANVI TIWARI

I-E

DANCE

SECOND

8

AADYA VASHISHT

I-A

VOCAL

THIRD

9

MEHER SUDAN

I-C

VOCAL

THIRD

10

ARVAV SRIVASTAVA

I-C

VOCAL

THIRD

11

KAAVYA RAJGARHIA

I-C

DANCE

THIRD

12

VRINDA SOLANKI

I-E

DANCE

THIRD

13

KANAV JHA

I-A

INSTRUMENTAL

THIRD

14

PRAHLAD ELAM KULAM

II-A

VOCAL

FIRST

15

SAMANVITA SRIVASTAVA

II-D

VOCAL

FIRST

16

AARNA MEHLAWAT

II-B

DANCE

FIRST

17

ACHINTYAA KUMAR

II-D

VOCAL

SECOND

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Talent Hunt Competition 19th September 2018 – Talent Hunt Competition

 

An inter class talent hunt competition was held in the categories of singing competition, dancing competition and instrumental music competition on 19th September, 2018 for classes buds and blooms. The students performed on various folk, classical, devotional and patriotic songs in dancing and singing areas and also enthralled us with the performance in instrumental music category. We were pleasantly surprised to note the passion and interest with which the students participated in these categories. It is very evident that the students were well prepared as they out performed one another.Notheless the judges declared the winners as follows:-

  

NAME

CLASS

CATEGORY

POSITION

AAMYA TIWARI

BUDS-E

VOCALS

FIRST

AMAYA SINGHAL

BUDS – E

DANCE

FIRST

CHETAS MAHAJAN

BUDS –E

VOCALS

SECOND

SUPRIYA SHARMA

BUDS – D

DANCE

SECOND

SAMAYRA MALIK

BUDS – C

VOCALS

THIRD

KAVYANSH SETH

BUDS – D

DANCE

THIRD


 



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Talent Hunt Competition- Blooms 19th September 2018 – Talent Hunt Competition- Blooms

 

Believing that each child has a potential and to nurture the holistic development of the children, Talent Hunt competition was organized for class- Blooms on 19th September, 2018. It gave an opportunity to each child in showcasing their talent in singing, dancing & playing a musical instrument. Children recited patriotic songs, devotional songs like shlokas, mantras. Few other children performed dances on Folk Music & devotional songs. Children participated in the competition with full enthusiasm which reflected the parents enthusiasm & contribution. Our judges enjoyed deciding over the Best talent in different fields. It was tough for them to select the winners. Everyone enjoyed the competition thoroughly.

The results are as follows:

 

Student Name

Class

Activity

Position

Radhya Laul

Blooms A

Dance

First

Lakshya Anand

Blooms A

Vocals

First

Ishanvi Juyal

Blooms C

Dance

Second

Avika Chaturvedi

Blooms D

Vocals

Second

Aadya Aggarwal

Blooms A

Dance

Third

Sukrit Kumar

Blooms C

Vocals

Third

 



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Power of Reading 18th September 2018 – Power of Reading

With the view of highlighting the importance of reading, a special assembly was conducted by Class II A on 18 September, 2018. The children spoke beautiful lines with an objective of highlighting the significance of reading books. They emphasized upon the fact that reading books empower us with knowledge, experience and wisdom to transform us into better human beings. The young children laid stress upon the fact that books are the primary source of information by highlighting the importance of reading and acquiring knowledge through textbooks.             

The assembly also stimulated thoughts of young students by presenting a beautiful song “Books are fun”.  Students of II A spread the message that books are integral part of our lives and we should read to upgrade ourselves.

All the children spoke with poise and the props added exquisiteness to the performance of the young children. The assembly was a successful effort by the young children to make everyone understand the power of reading.



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Kingdom of Dreams 15th September 2018 – Kingdom of Dreams

In order to give a breather of entertainment to the board classes i.e. Xth and XIIth who are always engrossed in academics, the school, in association with the The Times of India arranged a fun-filled day at the Kingdom of Dreams, Gurugram on 15th September, 2018.

The students enjoyed the world class show “Jhumroo” and had a great time at “Cultural Gully”.

 

The visit proved to be a great way to arouse curiosity in the minds of school students. It was a thrilling and worthwhile outing.

 

 





Chitraankan Competition 12th September 2018 – Chitraankan Competition

“Aaj syaahi se likh do tum apni pehchaan; Hindi ho tum, Hindi se seekho karna pyaar.”

On the occasion of Hindi Diwas, a drawing competition ‘Chitraankan’ was organized for the students of classes I and II on 12 September 2018. The students participated with a lot of zeal and enthusiasm and made beautiful thoughtful drawings. The themes of the competition were ‘Mera Ghar / Mera Vidyalaya / My Family Members’. The competition gave the students an opportunity to showcase their creative skills and to celebrate the bond they share with their school, home and their family members. The activity turned out to be a successful endeavour as the students thoroughly enjoyed this drawing adventure.



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Special Assembly - Grandparents Day 11th September 2018 – Special Assembly - Grandparents Day

“Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children."

What children need most are the essentials that grandparents provide in abundance. They give unconditional love, kindness, patience, humor, comfort, lessons in life. Grandparents’ are the footsteps to the future generation.A garden of love grow in grandparents’ heart. Grandparents are the delightful blend of laughter, caring deeds, wonderful stories & love. Grandparents always have time for us, when everyone else is too busy.

Class Bloom E presented an assembly on Grandparent’s Day on 11th September 2018. The students talked about importance of grandparents in everyone’s life. They recited a poem on grandparents with full enthusiasm. Children were dressed up as grandparents & few children performed a dance, depicting different activities that a child enjoys with his grandparents. Everyone enjoyed their performance in the assembly.





Donation Towards Goonj 08th September 2018 – Donation Towards Goonj

Our school has always endeavored to inculcate amongst all, the sensitivity towards the needy and under-privileged members of our society. Be it donating selflessly towards naturals disasters, conducting programmers for children of orphanage or interacting with senior citizens and gaining from their experience, SGS has always given us opportunities to be of service to our society.

Continuing with this endeavor, the students of SGS who took up the SEWA project collected donations towards Goonj’s Rahat Foods Campaign to benefit the people of North Eastern States who have been affected, destroyed and devastated by floods.

The material that was donated included: Blankets, Woolens, Mosquito nets, Dry ration, Toiletries, Utensils, Candles, Kids clothing, Bed sheets, School Material, Tarpaulins/old flex & ropes.

 

 





3rd Inter School Speed Skating Championship 2018 08th September 2018 – 3rd Inter School Speed Skating Championship 2018

 

The zealous Globalites, who recently participated in the 3rd INTER SCHOOL  SPEED  SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP 2018 on 8 & 9 September 2018have brought laurels to the school by winning 10 Gold, 12 Silver and 17 Bronze Medals along with the Ist Position. The event was organized byDwarka Skating Club, Delhi  held at Decathion, Metro Walk Mall, Near Rithala Metro Station, Sec. 10, Rohini, New Delhi where the enthralling skaters displayed their skill and efficiency in the true spirit and added yet another feather to the Skating Club of the school.

 The winners of the competition were :-

NAME

CLASS

MEDALS

 

 

MUSKAN

IV D

2 GOLD, 
1 Champion Trophy

 

 

JANICE PANDIT

V C

2 GOLD, 
1 Champion Trophy

 

 

LUCKY GUPTA

III A

1 GOLD,
1 SILVER

 

 

RAJ GUPTA

IV C

1 GOLD,
1 SILVER

 

 

SAHIB SINGH

IV B

1 GOLD,
1 SILVER

 

 

NEVAAN SINGH MEHTA

V D

1 GOLD,
1 SILVER

 

 

KRISH

VII B

1 GOLD,
1 SILVER

 

 

SHAIVYA MISRA

V B

1 GOLD,
1 BRONZE

 

 

ZHOBIN MALIK

V C

2 SILVER

 

 

HARSH DRALL

VIII B

2 SILVER

 

 

DURGESH

III B

1 SILVER

 

 

HIYA

IV B

1 SILVER

 

 

AAKRITI VOHRA

V A

1 SILVER,
1 BRONZE

 

 

ARNAV MANGLA

III D

1 BRONZE

 

 

LOVYANSH

IV E

1 BRONZE

 

 

HARDIK BHAGTANI

VI A

1 BRONZE

 

 

TUSHAR KANOJIYA

VII A

1 BRONZE

 

SHUBHAM RATHI

VII B

1 BRONZE

 

 

MADHUR YADAV

V B

2 BRONZE

 

 

KUSHAL YADAV

IV A

2 BRONZE

 

 

YASH JANGHU

VI B

2 BRONZE

 

VAISHNAVI

VI C

2 BRONZE

 

 

PRATHAMVIR SINGH

VII A

2 BRONZE

 

 

 TOTAL MEDALS :­39 MEDALS, 1ST POSITION

 

{Team Trophy, 2Champion Trophy}

Cash Price Rs. 3100/-

 

 





Teacher's Day 06th September 2018 – Teacher's Day

                   One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.                                                                                                                                         MalalaYousafzai

To teach is to reach out to the innermost faculties of a being and inspiring them to become a better version of their own selves. A teacher brightens up the world of a learner by providing them with all that they need to grow and prosper to achieve their milestones.

Elaborating upon the importance of a teacher, Class  Blooms-D presented an informative assembly on the topic- Teacher’s Day on Thursday, 6th September 2018. The little ones recited shlokas like Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu, which was followed by a poem and a dance performance. The close of the assembly saw certificate distribution to the winners of varied competition. The assembly was enjoyed by one and all. It also motivated the teachers present to be a better version of themselves and instilled the feeling of respect in students for their teachers.



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Inter House Mathematics Quiz 06th September 2018 – Inter House Mathematics Quiz

An Inter-house Mathematics Quiz was held on 6thSeptember, 2018. The quiz began with the introduction of the contestants from each team. The different rounds and their rules were displayed on the screen. There were 5 rounds in the competition. The teams participated with great zeal.  The questions put forth to the teams were intriguing and exciting. Every round had a mixed bag of questions related to basic math, vedic math, mathematical concepts that are being used in everyday life and logical reasoning. Harmony House won the Competition. Second position was bagged by Glory House. Pride House bagged 3rd position. Everyone cheered for the winning teams and the participants.




Special Assembly - International Day of Charity 05th September 2018 – Special Assembly - International Day of Charity

Students of class V-A presented the morning assembly on the topic- International Day of Charity. The prime purpose of the assembly was to raise awareness for charity related activities.

The assembly started with the news bulletin followed by a speech by the children on the importance of celebrating ‘International Day of Charity’.

The students then presented a skit which showcased the importance of charity in uplifting others life and adding meaning to one’s own life.

The choir group of the class sang a song titled-‘One Song One World’ which was adored by all.

The assembly concluded by felicitating the winners of the Inter School Skating Competition.





International Youth Day 31st August 2018 – International Youth Day

Students of VIII-A conducted an assembly on the theme “International Youth Day” on 31st August, 2018. The assembly aimed at explaining the role of the youth for building a Strong Nation. The assembly started by updating everyone with the latest news from around the world and the special attraction was a motivational song presented by students on Youth Day. It was followed by an informative speech conducted by some other students of the class that explained the need of providing ‘Safe Spaces to Youth’, the theme for ‘International Youth Day 2018’. It also explained how safe spaces can help youth in engaging themselves in activities related to their diverse needs and interests. At last, the award winners were acknowledged by the H.O.S – Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar.

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Special Assembly - Janmashtami 30th August 2018 – Special Assembly - Janmashtami

Krishna Janmashtami is also known as Janmashtami or Gokulashtami. It is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu.

Dance-drama enactments of the life of Krishna according to the Bhagavata Purana such as Rasa lila or Krishna Lila, devotional singing through the midnight when Krishna is believed to have been born, fasting, a night vigil (jagarana), and a festival (mahotsava) on the following day are a part of the Janmashtami celebrations. It is celebrated across the country with special celebrations in Mathura and Vrindavan.

To enlighten our children on Janamashtami, class Bloom C presented a colourful assembly on the topic on 30th August 2018. The students shared about when & why we celebrate this festival. They recited a poem on Krishna with full enthusiasm. Girls were beautifully dressed up in traditional attires as radha & gopiyan & boys were dressed up as gwalas. They performed a beautiful dance performance on the song “Kanha So jazara”. Everyone enjoyed their performance in the assembly.





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English Rhyme Recitation Competition 30th August 2018 – English Rhyme Recitation Competition

“Poem Recitation is a mode of expression, a medium to reflect the latent of the young ones.”

Rhymes can prove to be an instrumental stepping stone for young children to develop their verbal skills and boost their confidence.

Keeping this in mind, English Recitation Competition for Buds was organized on the theme ‘MY COUNTRY MY PRIDE “on 30.8.18. The enthusiastic participants showcased varied cultures and traditions of our country and focused on Unity in Diversity. The eye catching props added icing to the cake.

 

The Results are as follows:

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

RITISHA

BUDS-B

FIRST

AMAYA SINGHAL

BUDS – E

FIRST

YUVRAJ  CHAND

BUDS –C

FIRST

KAVIKA RETHEESH

BUDS – A

SECOND

RAYAN PATHANIA

BUDS – A

SECOND

ATEEKSH KHETRAPAL

BUDS – C

SECOND

AVISHKA SINGHA

BUDS - A

THIRD

MUNISH

BUDS – A

THIRD

VIDUSHI SUNDEEP

BUDS – A

THIRD

SUPRIYA SHARMA

BUDS – D

THIRD

VEDANT VAIBHAV CHAUHAN

BUDS -C

THIRD

AJINKYA  LAVHALE

BUDS-E

THIRD

VIHAAN KOTNALA

BUDS -  D

APPRICIATION

AARNA PRASAD

BUDS – D

APPRICIATION

VIHAAN KUMAWAT

BUDS – A

APPRICIATION

SHANAYA  RAUTELA

BUDS – E

APPRICIATION

 



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Inter House Robotics Competition 27th August 2018 – Inter House Robotics Competition

An Inter-house Robotics Competition was held on 27th August,2018 .The competition began with the introduction of the contestants from each house-team. The rules of the inter-house  competition were announced.The theme of the competition was ‘Save Earth’.All the teams participated in this competition with great enthusiasm. The tasks given to the teams were intriguing and exciting. Every one waited with baited breath for the announcement of the final scores. The Pride House won the Competition by scoring 300 points. Second position was bagged by Harmony House with 175 points. Peace House got 3rd position with 150 points. Everyone cheered for the winning teams.

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Quiz - Incredible India 27th August 2018 – Quiz - Incredible India

 

India is and will always be an enchanting land. India is a unique country with diversity. It is known for its diversity in region, religion, languages, food, clothes, festivals and everything which uniquely represents the country and its people. India is incredible because of its monuments, forests and the rich cultural heritage that it carries with it. 

To make the young ones know more about their country and its rich cultural heritage a quiz was organized for the children of class II on Incredible India. Providing every child with the opportunity to be a part of this quiz, the preliminary round of the quiz was completed in the classrooms and students were then selected from each class based on their individual performances.                                                      

The final round of the quiz was held on 27th August 2018. It was an inter class quiz comprising of 6 teams. The five rounds comprised of slides based on visual input. All the teams gave a tough competition to each other and even a tie breaker round was organized as all the teams performed extremely well in the quiz.

 
The results were as follows:
 

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

RISHAAN DAS

II - A

IST

AARAV PRASAD

II - C

IST

ARUSHI KUMARI

II - B

IST

ABHIUDIT SINGH

II - A

2ND

AADYA MISHRA

II - D

2ND

KARTIK PATEL

II - B

2ND

DEVANSHI BALYAN

II - A

3RD

SAIANSH SHARMA

II - C

3RD

TANISH GARG

II - E

3RD

 


  

 





Excursion to Air Force Museum 24th August 2018 – Excursion to Air Force Museum

It is always great to expose the children to newer experiences as it arouses their curiosity about the world around them. The students of class 3 of our school got the opportunity to explore the Air Force museum which gave them the chance to understand the great history of our nation. A small trip was organised for them on 24 August 2018 which started off with great enthusiasm and merriment, also it was a new and exciting experience for the young kids.

The Museum Entrance features an indoor display gallery that contains historic photographs, uniforms and personal weapons of the Indian Air Force from its inception in 1932. There is an outdoor gallery too that exhibits aircrafts, several war trophies, equipments and captured enemy vehicles. A walk across the museum made the young children aware about the glorious history of the Indian air force and its war heroes.

 The students thoroughly enjoyed the day and returned to the school with wonderful memories and refreshing spirit. It was a thrilling and worthwhile educational outing. 

 

 



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Inter House IT Quiz 24th August 2018 – Inter House IT Quiz

An Inter-house IT Quiz was held on 24th August, 2018. The quiz began with the introduction of the contestants from each team. The different rounds and their rules were displayed on the screen. There were 5 rounds in the competition. The teams participated with great zeal.  The questions put forth to the teams were intriguing and exciting. Every round had a mixed bag of questions related to hardware, software, famous personalities and general knowledge. The competition   gave the teams a chance to rack their brains. Everyone waited for the announcement of the final scores. The Peace House won the Competition. Second position was bagged by Pride. Glory House got 3rd position. The students were excited as they got the platform to assess their knowledge level. Everyone clapped and cheered for the winning teams and the participants.

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India - My Country My Pride 24th August 2018 – India - My Country My Pride

India is our home, it is our nation, it is our pride. India is famous for its great cultural and traditional values all across the world. India is a place that is known for different societies, legacies, numerous dialects and religions. To throw more light on the topic, an Inter class English Rhyme Recitation competition was held on 24th August 2018.The students recited the poems on India, our national flag, soldiers and many more with  zeal & enthusiasm. The children were dressed up in different attires like sarees and kurta pyjamas of tricolor. They were carrying tricolor stoles, flags, wrist bands along with different amazing eye-catching props. Every participant presented the poem confidently & with high spirits. It was a tough job for our judges to select the winners. Everyone enjoyed the competition thoroughly.


The results are as follows:

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

ARIA HOODA

BLOOMS – B

FIRST

ISHANVI JUYAL

BLOOMS – C

SECOND

DHANI

BLOOMS – E

THIRD

LAKSHYA ANAND

BLOOMS – A

APPRECIATION

DVIJ SHARMA PULI

BLOOMS – E

APPRECIATION

 






 



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Visit to Iskcon Temple - Classes Buds - Blooms 21st August 2018 – Visit to Iskcon Temple - Classes Buds - Blooms

The students of classes-Buds & Blooms were privileged to visit the ISKCON TEMPLE on 21st August, 2018. ISKCON temple is also known as KRISHNA TEMPLE. The tiny tots worshiped the deitites.The ambience was very peaceful. The priest told the kids about the different idols of lord Krishna in the temple. He also discussed about miraculous incidents of Lord Krishna. He asked various questions to teachers & children. The students enthusiastically chanted the mahamantra of Lord Krishna” HARE RAMA HARE KRISHNA”. The students relished the Prasadam being offered there. They came back happily enriching themselves with spiritual learnings.It was a devotional visit that was enjoyed by both the teachers & children.

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Special Assembly - Raksha Bandhan 21st August 2018 – Special Assembly - Raksha Bandhan

 

The word Raksha means protection, whilst Bandhan is the bond.

 

Raksha Bandhan, also known as Rakhi, is an annual festival centered around the tying of a sacred thread, bracelet or talisman on the wrist of the brothers. In turn the brother pledges to protect his sister against all odds & gives a beautiful gift to his sister.  It is a bond of love and a ritual of protection between brothers and sisters.  It is celebrated on the full moon in the month of Sravana in the lunar calendar.

Class Blooms-B presented an assembly on Raksha Bandhan on 21st August 2018.The students shared about how & when the festival Raksha Bandhan is celebrated. Also, they told about importance of RakshaBandhan- a bond of love between brothers & sisters. They also recited a poem onrakhi with full enthusiasm. The children were dressed up in traditional attire & they performed a beautiful dance on “Phoolon ka taaron ka sabka kehna hai.” Everyone in the assembly enjoyed their performance.

 



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Workshop by Winkies 16th August 2018 – Workshop by Winkies

A child’s heart not only seeks knowledge but also yearns for fun and excitement. Keeping this fact in mind, a small workshop was held on 16th August 2018 for the students of class 3 which was organized by winkies. Winkies is a brand that gives a range of cakes with world class quality and mouthwatering taste, that you wouldn’t get anywhere. 

The workshop was taken by Ms Manisha and the other volunteers who encouraged the students to inculcate the habit of sharing things with others which will ultimately help them grow into better human beings. She also shared the idea of appreciating and valuing our mothers’ efforts that we often forget to do. Mother is like a security blanket that saves us from all the problems even before it approaches us.

 She further asked the students to share their personal experiences where they tried to put an effort to make their mother feel special. All the students participated enthusiastically in this activity.

The happiness and excitement was evident on the children’s faces. At the end of the workshop chocolate cakes were given to the students which made them more joyful.

 

 

 





Workshop by Winkies -The Cake Specialist 16th August 2018 – Workshop by Winkies -The Cake Specialist

A workshop by Winkies cake brand was organized for children of classes I and II in the school auditorium on August 16, 2018. Winkies introduced the brand to our little students in a fun filled manner. They talked about “Mother’s Day” and asked the kids to celebrate it every day as our mothers love us every day unconditionally. Winkies cartoon character was loved by children. All the children were given delicious cakes to eat. All the children enjoyed themselves thoroughly.




Special Assembly - Being Heroic 16th August 2018 – Special Assembly - Being Heroic

Class VIII C conducted an assembly on the theme ‘Being Heroic’. The assembly started by updating everyone with the news from all major arenas. It was followed with a speech which highlighted the importance of heroism in our life and ways to inculcate it. A skit was presented that focused on how heroism means overcoming physical, mental and social challenges in our life. The students connected with the central character, a school girl who doesn’t hesitate to stand up for the truth and doesn’t hesitate to help anyone in need.  Then a song and an inspiring poem on ‘Heroism’ was presented to further reinforce the idea that ‘ Heroism is needed to make the world a better place’. Overall the assembly was able to make the students understand that everyone can become a hero by finding the strength to preserve and endure in times of turbulence and helping others in a selfless manner.

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Special Assembly - Our Cultural Heritage 14th August 2018 – Special Assembly - Our Cultural Heritage

India has a rich cultural tradition. There is a harmonious blend of art, religion and philosophy in the Indian culture. They are so beautifully interwoven in the fabric of Indian way of life and thought that they are inseparable. Independence Day is annually celebrated on 15 August, in India commemorating the nation's independence from the United Kingdom on 15 August 1947.

Class Blooms –A presented an assembly on Independence Day on 14th August 2018. The students shared about how & when our country got independence. They recited a poem on Independence day with full enthusiasm. Few children were dressed in different attires depicting the different states of India along with a wonderful dance performance of those states. At the end, they had a beautiful formation of Indian Tricolor Flag. Everyone in the assembly enjoyed their performance.



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Independence Day Celebration 10th August 2018 – Independence Day Celebration

With the view of paying a splendid homage to the martyrs of India, Sachdeva Global School celebrated the glorious occasion of 72nd Independence Day on 10th Aug, 2108. The program began with welcoming the revered dignitaries of the school management followed by the flag hoisting ceremony and an inspirational speech by the Chairman, Shri S.K. Sachdeva. The function was a combined effort of the entire fraternity of Globalites which aimed at spreading the message of the sacrifices of the Warriors. The cultural extravaganza began with an orchestral tribute with the mesmerizing tunes of Ae Watan and Rise India Rise. The pathos of the Indian soldiers and leaders was beautifully exhibited through a spell bounding Mime Act which left the audience awe-struck. The synchronized dance performance on the fusion of semi classical music and the western beats on the tunes of Namaste India was a true display of the unity and strength overpowering the entire country. The memorable moment of releasing the balloons by the chief guests marked the closing of the ceremony with the singing of National Anthem.

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Young Reporters for Environment 09th August 2018 – Young Reporters for Environment

 

 

 

The workshop for Teachers’ Training onYoung Reporters for Environment - Litterless Campaign 2018 took place at Sachdeva Global School in Dwarka, New Delhi. The session was aimed at orienting the teachers of participating schools about the YRE Litterless Campaign 2018. The workshop began with introducing the partner organizations namely Centre for Environment Education (India), Foundation for Environmental Education (Denmark), SAYEN (South Asia Youth Environment Network) and Wrigley Company Foundation.

Over 100 schools from all across India have signed up for the YRE – 2018 Litterless Campaign.

The teachers were then given a set of tasks related to the issue of waste and littering behavior. The tasks were aimed for teachers to inculcate a deeper understanding of the issue among the students in their respective schools. Since the campaign deals with environmental journalism, the teachers were also oriented about the basics of how the knowledge of reporting an issue, proposing feasible solutions, documenting the work and disseminating information can be done by the students in order to raise awareness and take a stand to protect the environment. The entries in the campaign can be given in the form of a photograph, article or a video which can be used to raise awareness, report an issue or propose a solution.

The teachers were also shown the winning entries of the previous campaign to give an overall idea of how the entries are judged nationally as well as internationally. In the concluding part, the teachers were oriented about the rules of the campaign and acceptable formats of the entries which are to be submitted by the students.

The workshop is expected to help the teachers of participating schools in the following way:-

1. It will help brainstorming with the students regarding the issue of waste and littering behavior.

2. The teachers can teach the students how to analyze and report an environmental issue in different forms across different media platforms.

3. It will help the teachers and students know about the importance of journalism in the field of environmental sustainability.

4. The school will have a chance to represent the steps taken by the management and the students in the field of waste management or environmental sustainability on an international platform like SAYEN.

 

 

 

 



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Sharing is Caring 07th August 2018 – Sharing is Caring

 

 “To share is to give strength to humanity and the endless possibilities that are gifted to you.”

Miss Ella Said

 

Sharing in all its forms is a truly powerful way to bring happiness. We begin learning to share as soon as we are able to communicate. Often it begins with our parents teaching us the importance of sharing a toy with a friend. Not only does sharing bring us joy, it teaches us the importance of taking care of others. To tell us more about the value of sharing, the students of class I-E presented a wonderful assembly on the topic ‘Sharing is Caring’ on 07 August 2018.  

The students began with telling the importance of sharing in our lives and the happiness and peace that comes with it. Thereafter, they recited a poem ‘Sharing is caring’ followed by an amazing dance performance on the song ‘Let’s Share’. Everyone present in the audience loved their performance and also got the beautiful message of sharing is caring. The assembly concluded with giving away certificates to the winners of varied competitions and extending birthday wishes to the students.

 



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Progress with Digital India 02nd August 2018 – Progress with Digital India

Students of IX-C presented the Class Assembly on the topic ‘Progress with Digital India’ on 2 August 2018.

In the 21st century, digitization has become a common task in all the sectors. Especially in the service sector, the manual works are replaced by computers. ‘Digital India’, an initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has been receiving positive response across the country. This idea of ‘Digital Literacy’ paved the way for the development of digital literacy in a rural village.

The students tried to inspire all towards the progress of India through ‘Digitalization’ by presenting  a skit  with the vision of India in 2024 the help of interesting props. The Choir group from the class also sung a ‘Digital India’ song.



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Inter House AD-MAD Competition 01st August 2018 – Inter House AD-MAD Competition

“Make it simple. Make it memorable. Make it inviting to look at. Make it fun to read."

                                                                                                  - Leo Burnett

An Inter house AD-MAD competition on the topic “Healthy Living” was organized for classes III-V on 1 August, 2018. One group comprising of 5 students each participated from the four houses. The students prepared creative advertisements to promote healthy living. This competition was a way to instill the idea of a healthy lifestyle in the young mind of the students.

With a blend of simplicity in creativity and catchy punch lines, the students made their adverts cling to the minds of the audience. Students and teachers contributed heartily by boosting the confidence of the participants with their cheers and giggles.

The first position was bagged by Harmony house with an outstanding performance. The second position was attained by Pride house, whereas, Glory house and Peace house jointly held the third position.



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Youth Parliament 2018 01st August 2018 – Youth Parliament 2018

A prestigious event of youth parliament was organised by ‘Utthan Satta- the power of words’, at Delhi University North Campus, by the Social Science Department.

Twenty six students from Sachdeva Global School from classes VI to XI participated in the event as various ministers to discuss some of the major issues that have gripped the country, as a part of their respective committees. The entire experience enriched the intellectual experience of the students as they debated with students of various schools.

Many dignitaries and Member of Parliament were also present to motivate the students. Mr. Varun Gandhi addressed the students and ignited their minds to develop their argumentative skills. Jazbia of class VIII-C and Divyanshi of class VII-B also got verbal recognition and certificate for the same.





Disaster Management Drill 01st August 2018 – Disaster Management Drill

 

Repeated disasters in India and elsewhere have resulted in unprecedented damage and destruction to both life & property. So it very imp to be safe than sorry.

 

SGS conducted a mock drill on 1st Aug, 2018. The teachers ensured that no time was wasted in evacuating the building immediately after the siren was heard. Once the students & staff assembled in the ground, the student leaders explained to the students the use of different extinguishers.  The students were also told about the various precautions they needed to take in such an emergency. The drill aimed at ensuring that the students & staff are alert and quick in case of a disaster.

 



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Disaster Management Mock Drill 01st August 2018 – Disaster Management Mock Drill

Repeated disasters in India and elsewhere have resulted in unprecedented damage and destruction to both life and property. So it is very important to be safe than sorry.

Sachdeva Global School conducted a mock drill on August 1, 2018. The teachers ensured that no time was wasted in evacuating the building immediately after the siren was heard. Once the students and staff assembled in the ground, the student leaders explained to the students the use of different extinguishers. The students were also told about the various precautions they needed to take in such an emergency. The drill aimed at ensuring that the students and staff are alert and quick in case of a disaster.



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Inventions that changed the World 31st July 2018 – Inventions that changed the World

“Invention is a process; you don’t get there overnight.”

Over the years that the humans have walked upon the earth there have been countless technological innovations, some dating back to the Stone Age. Although the ancient world didn’t have all the resources that we have today, the people of those times did magnificent things that paved the road for us today. To tell us more about such inventions, the students of class I-D presented an informative assembly on the topic ‘Inventions that Changed the World’ on 31 July, 2018.    

The students spoke about the different inventions and their inventors. The students were divided into two teams who then asked riddles from each other, the answers of which were the names of the inventions. Thereafter, they gave a dance performance on the song ‘Edison Ne Bulb Banaya; Graham Bell Ne Phone’ to which the students grooved amazingly. The assembly was concluded with giving birthday wishes to the students

 



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Vedatya Inter School Competition 31st July 2018 – Vedatya Inter School Competition

Inter-School Competitions related to marketing, event management and entrepreneurship were held at Vedatya institute, Gurgaon from 5th to 8th June 2018, where more than 30 school from Delhi/NCR participated. The students of our school from classes XI and XII took part in all the competitions with great enthusiasm and fervor.

A group of four students from the Class XII qualified for the second round in the entrepreneurship competition, which took place on 31 July 2018. Their hard work paid off as they were awarded with Rs.10000 as seed money to invest in their business venture.

All the judges and teachers appreciated the effort of our students and applauded them. It helped the students to enrich their confidence. Principal, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar, congratulated and admired the diligent efforts put in by the participants.



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Annual School Exhibition - 2018 28th July 2018 – Annual School Exhibition - 2018

On July 28, 2018, our school presented yet another edition of its “Annual School Exhibition”. Till only a few years ago, the exhibition used to display only a few Science models and related exhibits, but this year’s exhibition was a true display of our students great energies and creativity in areas beyond Science. The exhibition this year had over 150 models and exhibits on display, with topics related to Mathematics, Science, Computer Science and Robotics, Social Sciences and even languages, though  science exhibits continued to dominate as usual.

When students put together their scientific thoughts and unlimited creativity, what churns out is an “out of the box idea”. This year was no different. Models and exhibits related to diverse topics such as- sound, smart cities, plant and human anatomy, generating electricity using chemical cells or a dynamo, etc, were on display, but the highlight of them all was a working model on fractional distillation. These models were not only a treat to watch but also a clear display of the students’ keenness to learn through innovative means.

Students were seen explaining these exhibits with great enthusiasm and vigour.

Closely followed by science, were some beautiful exhibits from the field of Mathematics. Math in daily lives was this year’s theme for the department.

This year also saw a display of innovative efforts of students from the social science department. Students from classes III to IX covered diverse topics such as India and its lifestyle, the solar system and major landforms across the World. Some of these exhibits seemed quite real.

The IT and the Robotics section saw an even larger contribution than ever before. Exhibits displaying “evolution of modern day technologies”, “network topologies” and “cyber security” presented a lot of information. Students also displayed their creativity and learning through movies, presentations and websites designed and created by them. This year the students also displayed programmable bots and a prototype of the home automation solution.

The language departments were not far behind. Both Sanskrit and French departments had more exhibits than ever before. Exhibits from the French department which included the great Eiffel tower, TGV fast trains, Louvre Museum, Disneyland, etc.,  mesmerized the audience with their beautiful recreation of France and its culture. The Sanskrit department presented exhibits on social themes such as- “girl education”, “controlling pollution”, “keeping your city clean”. They also displayed some works of famous Sanskrit poets and writers.

Overall this year’s Annual exhibition was a great display of ideas, creativity and the student’s desire to learn.

 



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Workshop for Teachers on Strengthening Hindi Language Skills 27th July 2018 – Workshop for Teachers on Strengthening Hindi Language Skills

 

‘Hindi humari matr bhasha hai, matr ek bhasha nahi’

 

 

Respecting our roots is what takes us closer to our goals sooner. Talking about the importance of language in a country goes a long way in instilling the feeling of pride among the countrymen. At SGS, regular upgradation not only occurs in the systems software, but also in the quality of our teaching faculty. Ms. Sarita Dabas, a learned Hindi faculty here, took us all through the unlearning and learning of varied intricate concepts of hindi language on Saturday, 27 July 2018. Teachers of classes- Buds-II were involved in this session right from the beginning, which touched upon the topics like Hindi varnamala, barah khadi, sounds of different Hindi letters and their new age versions of writing, which is quite in sync with the technology. The session could be seen as a success and has definitely strengthened the skill sets of the participating  teachers.

 



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Fancy Dress Competition – Fantasy World 27th July 2018 – Fancy Dress Competition – Fantasy World

 

fantasy is a pleasant situation or event that a child usually think about and that he want to happenespecially one that is unlikely to happen. Fantasy is very different from real life, usually involving magic.Grade- Blooms held their Fancy Dress competition with ‘Fantasy’ as the theme on 27 July, 2018. It was an immense pleasure to watch our little kindergarteners dressed up as their favourite Fantasy world character. The students came forward in their costumes & spoke on the character they were dressed up as. To name a few were Princess, Fireman , Mini mouse, Aladdin, Army man, Doraemonand many more. Their efforts & hard work were highly commendable &appreciable. They all participated in the competition with high spirits. Everyone enjoyed the competition thoroughly.

The winners are as follow:

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

VIVIKA AGARWAL

BLOOMS - A

FIRST

DVIJ SHARMA PULI

BLOOMS - E

FIRST

RADHYA LAUL

BLOOMS - A

SECOND

SANAYA DUTTA

BLOOMS – D

SECOND

LAKSHYA ANAND

BLOOMS - A

THIRD

GUNIKA KALRA

BLOOMS - B

THIRD

HITAKSHI SHARMA

BLOOMS - D

THIRD

 

 



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Inter House Dress Designing Competition 27th July 2018 – Inter House Dress Designing Competition

Inter class dress designing competition was organized for classes VI - IX on 27 July 2018. One group participated from each house comprising of 4 students. 3 students prepared the dress and modeling it. Students used various types of wastes for making dresses in order to beautify their models and exhibited their skills of art and craft.

It was an innovative way of instilling the technique of optimum utilization of waste which proved to be highly beneficial and creative.

The winners of the competition are:-

Ist PEACE HOUSE

 

IInd HARMONY    HOUSE

 

IIIrd PRIDE HOUSE

 

IVth GLORY       HOUSE

 

Diya   VIII – A

Prachi IX - C

Nikita IX

 

Angiraa VIII – C

Hiya      VIII – B

AnshikaVIII – B

Ayush    VIII – C

 

Vrinda   VI - C

Kavya    VII – A

Yashika  VIII – A

Prathana  IX - A

 

Aakriti     VI - A

Annaya   VI – A

Saumya  VII – A

Divyanshi VII- B

 





Technology - Boon or Bane 24th July 2018 – Technology - Boon or Bane

 

Technology is a useful servant but a dangerous master.” – Christian Louis Lange

Technology is one of the greatest inventions of mankind. It is so powerful that it has the capability of shaping our minds and our way of life within no time. It is ever evolving. It is a tool that helps in making our lives easier but it is time humans decide where to draw the line. Mother Nature has blessed us with many gifts which we so eagerly neglect because of our over dependence on technology. To tell us more about the advantages and disadvantages of technology, the students of class I-C presented an informative assembly on the topic ‘Technology - Boon or Bane’.         
The students spoke lines in favour of and against technology in turns. They gave an important message that we should be aware about the pros and cons of technology. They also insisted on the fact that technology should only be used for the benefit of society. Thereafter, they sang a song that depicted the importance and usefulness of technology. The assembly concluded with extending birthday wishes to the students.

 



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Educational Excursion to National Museum 24th July 2018 – Educational Excursion to National Museum

An educational excursion was organized for the students of class VII on 24 July 2018 to “The National Museum, Delhi” by the Times of India under its “NIE Program”.  It was meant to empower students about the royal history of our country and explore the extensive works of art and culture in the past.

The students took a tour of galleries like Pre-Historic Archaeology, Archaeology, Manuscripts, Numismatics & Epigraphy, Paintings, Arms & Armour, and Decorative arts among various others. The journey was made more informative and enriching by the trained guides who acquainted students with knowledge about historic times.

Students learnt that the museum has in its possession approximately 2 lakh works of exquisite art of diverse nature, both Indian and foreign and its holdings cover a time span of more than 5000 years of our cultural heritage. Students were astounded to see the rich ivory crafts works, paintings, sculpture and intricate designs on the textiles from the historical times of India.

The visit proved to be a great way to arouse curiosity in the minds of school students. It was a thrilling and worthwhile educational outing.



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Sankalp Sahodaya Inter School Meet 2018 24th July 2018 – Sankalp Sahodaya Inter School Meet 2018

The zealous Globalites who recently participated in Sankalp Sahodaya Inter-School Meet Taekwon-Do on 24th and 25th July 2018 have brought laurels to the school by winning 2 silver and 1 bronze medal. The event was organized by Mount Carmel School, Dwarka, Delhi where the enthralling players displayed their skill and efficiency in the true spirit and added yet another feather to the Taekwon-Do Club of the school.     

The winners are as follow:

NAME

CLASS

ARPITA TOMAR

IX

MANAV SOLANKI

IX

JANICE PANDIT

V

 



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Drawing Competition- Trees for Life 23rd July 2018 – Drawing Competition- Trees for Life

A Drawing Competition was organized for classes I and II on 23July 2018 to enhance the creative faculties of the students. To maintain the uniformity and ensure equal opportunity, sheets and colours were distributed from the school itself. The participants explored their imagination and creativity and depicted their thoughts in the most appealing manner. Each student showcased his/her skills beautifully and prepared colorful drawings on the given topic- “Trees for Life”.  All the students enjoyed this fun filled session a lot.

The winners of the competition were as follows:

CLASS I

FIRST POSITION

SECOND POSITION

THIRD POSITION

YERIK TYAGI            I A

 

AADYA VASHISTHA         I A

 

AASHNA GOSAIN              I A

 

HRIMAN                      I B

 

ARADHYA                           I B

 

ARKITA BISHT                    I B

 

 AMISHI BHATIA      I C                            

 

AADVIK SINGH                 I C

 

GARVITA JAIN                    I B

 

SAUMYA SHARMA   I D

 

PARTH YADAV                   I D

 

ARYA BISEN                        I C

 

SHAURYA TIWARI     I E

 

JIGYASH PRASSANA        I D

 

VIDIT CHOUDHARY          I C

 

 

AARNA PATHAK                I E

 

CHHAVI TOMER                 I D

 

 

ANANYA SAXENA            I E

 

DHANYA SINGH                 I D

 

 

 

PARINITA SHARMA          I E

 

 

 

VRINDA SOLANKI             I E

 

 

CLASS II

FIRST POSITION

SECOND POSITION

THIRD POSITION

HUNAR SALUJAII A

 

DEVANSHI BALYAN         II A

 

TRITI LAL                                   II A

 

RAVIT SOBTI       II B

 

BHAVYA NAYAK               II B

 

HAZEL                                         II B

 

VIPRA ARYA       II C

 

ARNAV PHOGAT                II B

 

YASHIKA SHARMA                 II B

 

NAVYA SINGH   II D

 

ALEENA KHAN                   II C

 

AARAV PRASAD                      II C

 

SAMAIRA RAWAL II E

AADYA MISHRA                II D

 

SAMANVITA SRIVASTAVA    II D

 

 

ANSHIKA                              II E

 

ACHYUT KUMAR SINGH        II E

 

 

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Magic Mania 20th July 2018 – Magic Mania

Nothing fascinates a child more than a magic trick. The students of class V were filled with excitement and wonder as they made a brief foray into the magic world on July 20, 2018. A wonderful Magic Show had been organized for the students that challenged their logical faculties, as they tried understanding the secrets behind the tricks shown. The magician made them laugh and gasp in astonishment through his tricks. The mystery and esotericism shrouding the realms of magic made it even more alluring for the children. The students were completely involved as each trick began with them chanting the magic spells.The student and even teacher volunteers participated enthusiastically. At the end, some of the wonderful techniques were explained to the students to help them mesmerise their parents with their magic at home.

 





Being Generous and Helpful 17th July 2018 – Being Generous and Helpful

 

“Being generous of spirit is a wonderful way to live” – Pete Seeger

Generosity is not god-gifted. It is an attribute that an individual develops with time. It brings balance in the life of the individuals as a result of which they are bound to achieve unimaginable success in their lives. To tell us more about it, the students of class I B presented an informative assembly on the topic ‘Being Generous and Helpful’ on 17 July, 2018.

The students welcomed everyone with a poem ‘Happiness is - if you give; it comes around’. Thereafter they presented a wonderful skit that showed how we can help one another by sharing a little of what we have. Everyone present in the audience enjoyed the performance. The assembly concluded with giving birthday wishes to the students.

 

 





Pointillism Art 13th July 2018 – Pointillism Art

Pointillism is a technique of painting in which small, distinct dots of color are applied in patterns to form an image. It is also called as the “Dot art”. Keeping this mind this creative form of art was first taught to the students than inter house competition was held where student show cased their creative and artistic ability. The theme of the competition was “Nature” each house participated with three students who individually painted scene.

            Pointillism Results:-

Ist PRIDE HOUSE

 

IInd HARMONY                    HOUSE

 

IIIrd GLORY HOUSE

 

IVth PEACE HOUSE

 

Charika   VIII -C

 

Ayush     VIII- B

 

Archi Garg    VIII - A

 

Aana Yadav      IX - B

 

Aegle     VII – A

 

Vannya  VII – B

 

Geetanjali  VII – A

 

Diya Kukreja  VIII - A

 

 



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YOGA – A Way of Healthy Living 12th July 2018 – YOGA – A Way of Healthy Living

 

“Yoga is like life, it’s a balance of holding on and letting go.”

 

Yoga is a group of physical, mental and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India. As such, its benefits are only perceived to be at the body level and we fail to realize the immense benefits yoga offers in uniting the body, mind and breath. When we are in harmony, the journey through life is calmer, happier and more fulfilling. To tell us more about yoga and its benefits, the students of class I-A presented an informative assembly on the topic ‘Yoga – A Way of Healthy Living’ on 12 July, 2018. 

The students told about the importance of yoga in our lives and spoke about the different types of asanas and their effectiveness. Also, the students recited a poem on ‘Yoga’ followed by the miscellaneous formations which was cherry on the cake. Everyone present in the audience enjoyed the performance. The assembly was concluded with giving birthday wishes to the students.

 

 





Inter House Science Quiz Competition (Classes III - V) 11th July 2018 – Inter House Science Quiz Competition (Classes III - V)

An Inter House Science Quiz Competition was held for classes III-V on 11th July 2018. There were four teams comprising of three participants, one each from classes III, IV and V.The competition comprised of four rounds namely visual, buzzer, guess the scientist and rapid fire. Every round of the quiz was a mixed bag, with questions ranging from the oldest to the latest contributions of scientists, History of Science, etc. Rapid fire round gave other teams, a chance to catch-up with the leading team and turned the tables around. 

It was heart-warming to see the children brimming with enthusiasm and exuberance as they vied with the others to answer questions that required explanation and reasoning.The quiz ended with the declaration of the results. Peace and Harmony Houses bagged the first position followed by Glory House, in the second position and Pride House in third.

All the students enjoyed the quiz thoroughly and found it a great learning experience.



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Trees for Life : Celebrating Van Mahotsav 10th July 2018 – Trees for Life : Celebrating Van Mahotsav

Van Mahotsav is an annual tree-planting festival in India, celebrated in the first week of July every year. This movement was initiated in the year 1950 by India’s then Union Minister for Agriculture, Kulapati Dr. K.M. Munshi.

Van Mahotsav means ‘the festival of forest’ and this festival spreads the awareness among people and portrays the need of planting of trees, as all life directly or indirectly owes its existence to trees. This festival has gained immense national importance and every year, millions of saplings are planted all across India in observation of Van Mahotsav week.

To spread awareness about the importance of trees, students of class II-C conducted the morning assembly on “Trees for life: Celebrating Van Mahotsav” on 10 July 2018. The students used slogans and props to tell us how trees play an important role in our life. Students emphasized upon the importance of planting trees and encouraged everybody present there to do the same. Students also explained that trees are one of the best ways to prevent global warming and reduce pollution.

Class II presented catchy slogans and also recited a poem “DHARTI KI BAS YAHI PUKAR… PEDH LAGAO BARAMBAR” to explain the importance of planting trees. All the students of class II C participated in the assembly and spoke upon the need of preventing the cutting down of trees and creating more forests. 

 



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Inter-House Volleyball Competition 06th July 2018 – Inter-House Volleyball Competition

Inter House Volleyball Competition was conducted for Classes VI to VIII on Friday, 7th July, 2018. Matches were played between all the four houses- Harmony, Pride, Glory and Peace. The students played well with great enthusiasm in order to grab the first position. Following is the result of the competition:

JUNIOR Category

First Position

PRIDE House

Second Position

HARMONY House

Third Position    

GLORY House  



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Big Book as A Tool for Effective Learning and Phonics Workshop 28th June 2018 – Big Book as A Tool for Effective Learning and Phonics Workshop

 

 

Learning in the life of a toddler plays a crucial role in their holistic development. Stressing upon the importance of learning through varied tools, a recent workshop for teachers was organised for the teachers of SGS by a learned faculty Ms. Ira Sehgal from Scholastic organisation on 28th June 2018. She elaborated on the appropriate usage of the Reading- learning tools- Big book and Small book. She also stressed upon the importance of possessing an effective phonic understanding, which makes a major impact on the little ones evergrowing diction. She made the session interesting for the attending teachers by engaging them in an interactive activity, wherein they elaborated the given story using the Big book tool. The session was immensely useful for the teachers and enhanced their skill set manifolds.

 

 

 



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Student Teacher Rapport 27th June 2018 – Student Teacher Rapport

Coming back after a long summer break was refreshing and commencing our schedules with a positive thinking workshop was more than a treat.  Such workshops, wherein everyone gets to probe within themselves and explore their mental and emotional make up are rare in today’s times. In order to ensure this, a workshop on “Student Teacher Rapport” was organized by Mrs. Sunita Malkhani on 27th June. This workshop explained the purpose of effective communication and inter-personal skills within the working of an institution. The session was initiated by the guest lecturer through an open house activity wherein all the teachers were requested to be at ease with them. She further elaborated on skills which help us to- attend to relationships, balance priorities versus demands, 'wants' and 'needs', with respect to child psychology and overall build a sense of mastery and self-respect. Understanding our minds better, managing our thoughts, relationship between the educator and the pupil were few areas which were explored and engrained in this session.  The workshop was successful in motivating each teacher to understand, empathize with and treat each student as a distinct personality with specific personality traits. The teachers felt refreshed and had a keen sense of pride in their role in society. 

 





Workshop on Brain Based Learning 26th June 2018 – Workshop on Brain Based Learning

SGS organized a workshop on ‘Brain Based Learning’ in association with HT. It focused on how methods like Problem-based learning (PBL) can be used to enhance the learning experience for students. It emphasized how students learn about a subject through the experience of solving an open-ended problem found in trigger material. The PBL process does not focus on problem solving with a defined solution, but it allows for the development of other desirable skills and attributes. The process allows learners to develop skills like critical appraisal, literature retrieval and ongoing learning within a team environment. The process involves clarifying terms, defining the problem, brainstorming, structuring and hypothesis, learning objectives, independent study and synthesis. In short, it is identifying what they already know, what they need to know, and how and where to access new information that may lead to the resolution of the problem. The role of the teacher was stressed as he/she needs to facilitate learning by supporting, guiding, and monitoring the learning process. This build students' confidence when addressing problems, while also expanding their understanding.

 



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Abacus Workshop for Teachers 25th June 2018 – Abacus Workshop for Teachers

 

Learning is a never ending process and we start to learn and experience even before we enter this world. And when we are in a profession which is directly related to touching upon lives of the future generations, we as teachers are in constant urge of learning and upskilling ourselves. An in-house workshop for our mathematics faculty and teachers of classes Buds-II was organised on 25 June 2018, keeping inview the need of the hour that is to upgrade ourselves for the competitive world. The session was headed by Ms Mitali and Ms Manka. They elaborated on the usage of ABACUS - an interesting mathematical tool for solving difficult numeric problems. The session saw the participating teachers reflecting on their skills and pushing themselves to learn new ways of effective teaching.

 

 



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Workshop on Cell Biology and Haemotology 10th May 2018 – Workshop on Cell Biology and Haemotology

Workshop on Cell biology and hematology was conducted in SACHDEVA GLOBAL SCHOOL by EDUDAP on 10 MAY 2018. Workshop was conducted for class XII biology students. It was an enriching experience for students that provided extended and experiential learning in the fields of cytology and hematology.

Workshop was conducted by experienced trainers that guided the students for completion of experiments. Experiments included Barr body detection, Gram staining, Components of blood, Rhfactor, Blood grouping, Hemoglobin count. Workshop was accompanied by a presentation and handy protocol for students. Students were very inquisitive and hurdled several queries at the trainers. It was an enriching experience for students that used new techniques and instruments for completion of their experiments.



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Inter House Math Quiz 09th May 2018 – Inter House Math Quiz

“Mathematics may not teach us how to add happiness or how to subtract sorrows. But it gives us every reason to hope that every problem has a solution.”

To assess the mathematical skills, aptitude and proficiency of the students, Sachdeva Global School conducted the Inter House Math Quiz for the students of classes III to V on 9th May, 2018. It was an attempt to prepare young minds for a journey to the world of mathematics. Three students from each house participated in the quiz. It created an opportunity for the children to showcase their skills and potential on a common platform. Various rounds like logical reasoning, puzzles, vedic math and rapid fire were held.

Some questions were posed to the audience to which they answered enthusiastically. Overall, it was an enriching , interesting and fun filled activity. Glory House grabbed the first position with an outstanding performance. The second position was held by Harmony House, whereas, the third and fourth positions were bagged by Peace and Pride House respectively.

 



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Assembly - Sultry Summers 08th May 2018 – Assembly - Sultry Summers

‘Summer’ the moment we hear this word, a variety of things start running in our mind like ice - creams, yummy shakes and drinks, juicy fruits and yes, not to forget the bright sunny days. Summer is the hottest of the four seasons, falling between spring and autumn. To enlighten uson the same, students of class II-D presented an informative assembly on the topic ‘Sultry Summers’ on 8th May 2018.

The assembly commenced with the ‘Thought of the Day’. Thereafter, the students spoke about the cycle of seasons, importance of each season and activities related to summer season. They also shared the ways by which we can keep ourselves fit and healthy in this season. They recited a wonderful poem on summer season. It was followed by the distribution of certificates for various interschool and interclass competitions held for classes Blooms to II. The assembly was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.



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Our Unsung Heroes 02nd May 2018 – Our Unsung Heroes

There are many people who help us in our daily lives and are known as community helpers. They perform jobs that help improve the overall well being of the community. Community helpers are very important; they keep the community safe and healthy, make life better for the people, and help the community function more efficiently. To tell us more about our helpers, the students of class II-E presented an assembly on the topic ‘Our Unsung Heroes’ on 2 May 2018. The students were dressed up as different helpers like doctor, teacher, policeman, farmer etc and spoke about the importance of each helper in the community. Thereafter, the students a poem on ‘our helpers’, and gave the message that no work is big or small and one should respect all kinds of job.

The assembly concluded with giving away of medals. Ranveer Kashayap of class II-D bagged a gold medal in the International Olympiad of English Language and a silver medal in the International Olympiad of Science. Arkita (I-B), Aarav (I-B), Siya (I-C) and Vandita (I-E) secured the second position in the 14th Ramjas Inter School Table Tennis Tournament. They received a trophy and each student was awarded a bag and a certificate. 



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Health Camp in School 28th April 2018 – Health Camp in School

Sachdeva Global School organized blood pressure and random blood sugar checkup for parents and paediatric consultation for students for classes Buds – IX, in collaboration with Manipal Hospital, Dwarka. The camp was held on Saturday, 28 April 2018 and Saturday 5 May 2018.




Assembly on World Book Day 26th April 2018 – Assembly on World Book Day

 Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.

                                                                                                                                   — Malala Yousafza

 

With this profound thought the students of class X-C of Sachdeva Global School conducted the assembly on “World Book Day” on 26 April 2018 with the message that books are the vessels by which all other forms of education are carried.

The purpose of the assembly was to sensitize the students towards the importance of books as a book has much significance that only the reader can fathom –When we read, we learn new words, literary terms, we enrich our own vocabulary and we gain knowledge not just about ourselves but also about our surroundings which includes different people and their culture, nature, history and so on. This kind of knowledge helps us to better understanding of the world around us.

The assembly started with the school prayer followed by news headlines and the thought for the day, the students also highlighted the message through author enactment, skit and poetry recitation. The assembly was based upon encouraging the mind-set in the audience to inculcate effective reading and writing habits. 

 

 





Visit by the Manipal Hospital Consultants 21st April 2018 – Visit by the Manipal Hospital Consultants

 

 

Manipal Hospital Dwarka, conducted a wellness camp at Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka on 21-4-2018. The camp aimed at providing an insight into the medical issues that have become a serious concern especial for the working women. The camp was organized by Mr. Ankur Jain, coordinator Manipal Hospitals, Dwarka and led by Dr. Yashica Gudesar, senior gynecologist and obstetrician at the hospital. Dr. Yashica has been practicing for the last 20 years in various government and renowned private hospitals in Delhi.

The session stared with an extremely informative talk by Dr. Yashica Gudesar. Dr. Yashica elaborated on various gynecological issues and areas of concerns for women in different age groups. Her talk was followed by a candid question answer session with all the staff members.

This was followed by a free camp to check BP and sugar levels for the staff members. The staff also had the opportunity to have a one-to-one session with Dr. Yashica Gudesar to discuss any concerns or queries. The camp started at 11:30 AM and went on until 2:00 PM

 

The session helped us understand ourselves better. 

 

 

 





Class XII - Career Workshop 19th April 2018 – Class XII - Career Workshop

On 19th April, 2018 class XII along with their teachers were taken to a career workshop organized by Jitin Chawal’s Centre for Career Development at Sirifort auditorium. The objective of the workshop was to help the students of class XII make a decision regarding their career plans. The workshop started with Mr. Jitin Chawla’s talk, an eminent career counselor and educationist, he mentioned about various courses, professional institutes, universities and their eligibility criterion and the importance of building resumes. Another important speaker was the Director of Career
Services at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES), Mr. Rituraj Juneja, he enlightened the audience with the introduction of a new industry, the petroleum industry and the various courses it had to offers.

The highlight of the event was the talk by Dr. Aruna Broota, a clinical psychologist and a retired Delhi University professor; she emphasized the different techniques of studying smart instead of studying hard. The workshop was informative as it provided an insight to the students on ways and strategies to devise in order to plan ahead and what to choose from a plethora of career options.





Visit to Bio Diversity Park 18th April 2018 – Visit to Bio Diversity Park

Students of class IX-A, IX-B, IX-C were accompanied by teachers Ms.Nishtha Talwar,  Ms. Aman Arora Nangia and Ms. Deepti Jain for an educational excursion to ‘Aravali Biodiversity Park’. Students were guided and informed about medicinal plants and their uses in modern day Ayurveda.

This was followed by a zone of artificially created rainforest which included different flora species. Students had the chance to come across the Bat and butterfly conservatory where they were showed many butterfly species at different life stages. They also visited orchid observatory and learned many facts about forest life. The students were also shown a movie that captured the growth and development of the Bio-diversity Park in the last decade.



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Celebrating Earth Day 17th April 2018 – Celebrating Earth Day

Our planet Earth is truly a magnificent place and an incredibly vibrant ecosystem. Earth day is a day that is intended to inspire awareness and appreciate Earth's natural environment. It is celebrated on 22nd April every year. To celebrate this day in our school, the students of class 2A presented an assembly on the topic Earth Day. The students spoke about the conservation of nature and environment and how we can protect our planet from destruction. They sang a lively song dedicated to the ‘Mother Earth’. It was also emphasized that it is our responsibility towards mother nature as a Global Citizen so as to protect it from deterioration and keep it green and clean. It was an informative assembly which helped the students to learn a lot about  conservation of environment.

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Visit to National Science Centre 17th April 2018 – Visit to National Science Centre

SGS organized an educational trip for Class VIII to the National Science Centre, Delhi on 17th April. The visit proved to be a great way to arouse curiosity in the minds of school students and was a thrilling and motivating experience. The students took a tour of the following galleries- Water- the elixir of life, Hall of nuclear power, Our science and technology heritage, Human biology, Pre-historic life, Fun science, Information revolution, Emerging technologies-Space Technology, Information and Communication Technology, Medical and Biotechnology, Oceanography and Earth Sciences, Agricultural Technology, Material Science, Nanotechnology, Energy and Transportation Technology. The galleries showcased a plethora of exhibits that covered various topics. Magic tap, stingless piano, Tesla coils, energy ball, marine and freshwater aquariums were the main attractions at the Science Centre. The students also saw an informative movie - Inside a Nuclear Power Plant (by NPCIL). The Science Centre provided a whole world of wonder and amazement with 137 interactive hands-on exhibits. The students were excited to observe the various exhibits which provided hands on experience of science concepts. Wrestling the gorilla arm, virtual makeup, find the direction of sound, walking through the mirror maze, infinity well, animated dinosaurs, responding to electric shock, lifting a lid against an electromagnet and many others caught the attention of students instantly and they thoroughly enjoyed being part of these fun filled activities.




Puppet Show 13th April 2018 – Puppet Show

 

The most important thing is to enjoy your life—to be happy—it's all that matters.

 

~~Audrey Hepburn

 

 

On 13 April 2018 class III and IV along with their teachers were treated with a fun filled Puppet Show organized by HT in the school auditorium. The show was based on the topic “Jungle mein ek naya din” and it revolved around the daily life of the animals that lived in the jungle. The messages behind the story, which was set in the massive landscape, were of teamwork and victory of the good despite many hurdles.

 

 



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Welcome Assembly (Buds - II) 03rd April 2018 – Welcome Assembly (Buds - II)

                                                        Quality is not an act, it’s a habit.

                                                                                                            Aristotle

Coming together is just the beginning of a beautiful life ahead. With the new session kicking in and keeping the excitement quotient high, the teachers of classes Buds to Class II conducted Welcome Assembly for the students on Tuesday, 3 April 2018. The teachers presented the poem 'My School My Pride' in which different aspects of the school along with the availability of facilities and labs at SGS were highlighted. Thereafter, the teachers recited fun filled rhymes that were enjoyed by one and all. The assembly ended with a thrilling dance performance on the ‘Welcome’ song. Our Head of the school, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar wished the young learners a great time ahead and scale higher in their academic journey.



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Welcome Assembly for Students 02nd April 2018 – Welcome Assembly for Students

 

Teachers of Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka hosted a beautiful Welcome Assembly on         2 April ’18.

The assembly initiated with the teachers reciting the school prayer followed by thought, news and the weather update. This was accompanied by a motivational pep talk by Ms. Pooja Batra that instilled in the students the feeling of belongingness for school while sharing with students steps to achieve success in life. She emphasized on recapitulation and time management.

The talk was followed by an enthralling poem recitation by Ms. Priyanka Ahuja, which charged up the student and gave a perfect kick start to the session.

In her address to the students the Principal, Ms Sumana Dutta Sarkar congratulated Harmony house for bagging the rolling trophy for the last sessions also, she motivated the students to seek opportunities, manage time and excel in whatever field they choose.
The assembly saw many children walk back to their classrooms with bright faces, eager to witness what else the current session had in store for them.

 

 





Orientation Programme 2018 24th March 2018 – Orientation Programme 2018

Saturday, 24 March 2018 saw a beautiful addition to our Sachdeva Global Family. Looking earnestly forward in catering to every requirement of our new parent fraternity here, We organised an Orientation programme, showcasing and elaborating on a range of topics ranging from our International infrastructural facilities to smart education tools to innovative teaching pedagogies. Teachers and students presented a beautiful show commencing with our teachers involving our parent fraternity in their fun filled activities, making learning joyful experience. Catering to the kindergarten topics, right from the phonic drill to the blends, talking about shapes in Mathematics, Hindi Varnmala Geet to our regular feature Summarization helped the parents to understand the learning procedures adopted at SGS in a better way.

The programme closed with our Head of the school Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar taking the baton of 'Successful Parenting' head on and addressing to some crucial aspects of the this joy of being a parent. And truly the messaged evolved as

                                                                         PARENTING IS NOT A JOB, TRUST US 



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Junior Annual Day 16th March 2018 – Junior Annual Day

Life's a tragedy seen in closeup, but a comedy in long shot.

                                                                                                   Charlie Chaplin

Humour is an integral part of our living. Sachdeva Global School hosted their Junior Annual Day - 'The Flop Show' on 16 March 2018 with the intent of livening up our lives yet again with the little ones performing on stage. Aged three to seven, such young talents showcased their skill on the topics ranging from Cartoon world, to Bollywood and Politics. Each one dealt with such finery with the hint on comedy, made this annual event a huge success. The show commenced with the Head of the school, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar presenting the hard earned achievements in our Annual School Report, which was followed by the Award ceremony, felicitating our meritorious globalites. 

True that Excellence has no limits and Sachdeva Global School has proved yet another time that humour and comedy is not only the arena of adults and 'The Flop Show' validated the grit and vigour of our young adults that they are no less than the grown ups. The show saw our audiences enthralling with enthusiasm and laughter. 



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Junior Annual Day 2018 16th March 2018 – Junior Annual Day 2018

Life's a tragedy seen in closeup, but a comedy in long shot.

                                                                                                             Charlie Chaplin

Humour is an integral part of our living. Sachdeva Global School hosted their Junior Annual Day - 'The Flop Show' on 16 March 2018 with the intent of livening up our lives yet again with the little ones performing on stage. Aged three to seven, such young talents showcased their skill on the topics ranging from Cartoon world, to Bollywood and Politics. Each one dealt with such finery with the hint on comedy, made this annual event a huge success. The show commenced with the Head of the school, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar presenting the hard earned achievements in our Annual School Report, which was followed by the Award ceremony, felicitating our meritorious globalites. 

True that Excellence has no limits and Sachdeva Global School has proved yet another time that humour and comedy is not only the arena of adults and 'The Flop Show' validated the grit and vigour of our young adults that they are no less than the grown ups. The show saw our audiences enthralling with enthusiasm and laughter. 



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Technovations - Tryst 2018 25th February 2018 – Technovations - Tryst 2018

Two students Sarthak Tagra and Saransh Sharma of class XI Science participated in “Technovations”, TRYST 2018, the annual technical fest of IIT-Delhi. In the first round students submitted an abstract on the topic ‘Smart city for the disabled’ and got selected for the second round. Final PPT round was an on stage PPT presentation which was held on 25 February at IIT-Delhi. The idea presented by the students was appreciated by judges and audience. It was a great learning experience for them as they explored different kind of disabilities and the ways to enable the differently abled.




GLOBAL MINDSET- A PREREQUISITE FOR SUCCESS IN THE FAST CHANGING WORLD! 22nd February 2018 – GLOBAL MINDSET- A PREREQUISITE FOR SUCCESS IN THE FAST CHANGING WORLD!

 

          “Success is all about your mindset”

The students of classes III-A and B presented the morning assembly on 22 February 2018 on the topic- ‘Global Mindset- A Prerequisite for Success in the Fast Changing World’. The assembly started with the news bulletin followed by a speech on the relevance of the topic. The students presented a skit emphasizing the significance of developing a global mind. The achievements of the Indian leaders like Sundar Pichai, Ratan Tata, Indra Nooyi and our honorable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi, who have brought tremendous fame to the country with their progressive approach, were also showcased. The assembly motivated all the students to develop an advanced mindset in order to become efficacious individuals.

 

 



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Good Health is the Best Health 21st February 2018 – Good Health is the Best Health

‘Good Health is the Best Wealth’

A workshop on ‘The Importance of Intestinal Health’ was conducted by Yakult Danone on 21 February 2018 for classes III and IV to educate them about the healthy dietary habits. They were informed about the role of good bacteria and probiotics in maintaining a sound intestinal health. They were also explained the same using a model of the human digestive system. A related video was shown to deliver the fine details in a fun filled manner. Yakult bottles were distributed to the children at the end of the session. The children found the workshop very informative and useful.



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Assembly On Ancient Languages of the World (Classes VI – VIII) 08th February 2018 – Assembly On Ancient Languages of the World (Classes VI – VIII)

   “The limits of my language are the limits of my world”

                                                                                 - Ludwig Wittgenstein

Language is the blood of the soul into which thoughts run and out of which they grow. An assembly on the topic-Ancient languages, was conducted by the members of the ISA group. The assembly was a collaborative effort of all the members of the ISA group, which aimed at appreciation and significance of the ancient languages. The assembly started with the news bulletin followed by a speech on the significance and relevance of the topic. The assembly mainly focused on the three languages-Sanskrit, Latin and Spanish. Students enacted a thought-provoking skit, depicting the relevance and importance of Sanskrit language. Followed by this, a Spanish song and speech on Latin Language were presented. The assembly was indeed an eye-opener for everyone.  The birthdays of the week were then announced and the award winners acknowledged. The assembly ended with the enlightening words by the Head of School – Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar.



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Inter House Clay Modelling Competition 07th February 2018 – Inter House Clay Modelling Competition

Inter house clay modelling competition was organized for classes III - V on 7 February 2018. The activity inspired them to think and work creatively in older to promote artistic excellence.

Students made jungle scene in which animals like an elephant, lion, snail, rabbit etc. here displayed beautifully. The competition lasted for an hour. It was a great learning experience for children where they gave wings to their creativity and enjoyed making clay animals.

Students of Harmony house bagged the 1st position followed by Pride and Peace house which bagged the 2nd & 3rd position. In a nutshell it was an inspiring activity which will hopefully remain etched in the students' mind.



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Adventure Camp 01st February 2018 – Adventure Camp

Adventure Camp is a day camp that offers a welcoming, lively, safe, positive and diverse environment where children gain confidence and build self esteem.

A fun-filled Adventure Camp was organized on 1st February 2018 for classes BUDS & BLOOMS. The camp exposed campers to a variety of challenging and exciting activities. The camp commenced with the students being briefed about the precautions to be taken during the camp and were then divided into smaller groups with an instructor and teachers. The participants were exposed to various adventurous activities like- Commando net, Cross fire, Tug of war, Commando crawl, Zip line, Magical maze, Burma bridge, Hippty Hop race, Net climbing, Wall climbing, Hamster wheel and other energizing games.

The camp was organized in association with “Rocksport Pvt. Ltd.”, India’s premiere Adventure Training Company.

 

The amount of energy and enthusiasm exhibited by students was enthralling. Overall it was a joyful and enriching experience. 





Means of Transport - Now & Then 30th January 2018 – Means of Transport - Now & Then

“You can’t understand a city without using its public transportation system.”

Transport is a significant theme in our pre-primary curriculum. Keeping this in mind, the students of BLOOMS-A presented an informative assembly on MEANS OF TRANSPORT - Now & Then on 30th January 2018. The aim of this assembly was to make the children aware of the different means of transport-now and then.

The assembly began with a brief introduction on the theme. The children spoke their lines with clarity and confidence. The students donned the cutouts of different means of transport which were beautifully designed and in delightful colours. At the end, there was a beautiful dance presentation wherein the students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm.

 

The assembly was very informative and lively. It was liked by one and all.



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Evening Astronomy Workshop 27th January 2018 – Evening Astronomy Workshop

 

Culmination of the  astronomy workshop for parents and students was conducted on 27 January 2018. Students of classes I – II were introduced to various phases of the moon through visual storytelling. Students were fascinated while watching Moon through a telescope and observing its craters along with the dark and bright areas on it. They observed and identified the phase of the Moon through an activity.Students of classes III - V learnt about our nearest celestial neighbor- LUNA (moon) and solar system planets visible from Earth. They also understood the formation of lunar features through hands-on activities. Students of classes VI – IX learnt about the working of different telescopes using two major properties of light, namely - refraction and reflection. Students analyzed the difference between a refractor and a reflector telescope through demonstrations and observations. They enjoyed observing Moon and different planets through telescope. They learnt to plan the evening observation through a planetarium software known as Stellarium- an excellent tool to view past, present and future sky. Parents also enthusiastically participated in the workshop and performed various activities.

 

 



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Republic Day Celebration 25th January 2018 – Republic Day Celebration

                 “Freedom in Mind, Faith in Words,

                    Pride in our Hearts, Memories in our Souls.

                    Let’s Salute the Nation on REPUBLIC DAY”

Republic Day honours the date on which the Constitution of India came into effect on 26 January 1950. 26 January was chosen as the Republic Day because it was on this day in 1930 when Declaration of Indian Independence (Purna Swaraj) was proclaimed by the Indian National Congress. The main Republic Day celebration is held in the national capital, New Delhi, at the Rajpath before the President of India. On this day the ceremonious parades take place at the Rajpath, which are performed as a tribute to India; its unity in diversity and rich cultural heritage. The President of India, who is the Commander in Chief of the Indian Armed Forces, takes the salute. To celebrate the nation’s 69th Republic Day, the students of class I-E presented a wonderful assembly on the morning of 24 January 2018. 

The students threw light on some of the facts related to the Republic Day and highlighted the day’s importance. Thereafter, the students recited a patriotic poem ‘Aaj Tiranga Fehrata Hai Shaan Se’ that touched everyone’s heart followed by a dance performance that showed the zeal and excitement that the young ones have in their hearts for their country. The assembly concluded with giving away certificates to the winners of varied competitions.

 

 

 



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Republic Day Celebrations 23rd January 2018 – Republic Day Celebrations

Sachdeva Global School witnessed an enthralling show of patriotic fervour on 23rd January 2018 during Republic Day Celebrations. Globalites enthused the audiences with their synchronized performances including an amalgamation of dance, music and instruments. The atmosphere was filled with the aroma of patriotism with the pearls of wisdom by Mr. Sanjay Sachdeva, Vice Chairman of Sachdeva Public School (Rohini). The revered constitution of India and historical facts related to it were well explained in his speech. The chief guests included the dignitaries from the Management; Mrs. Kiran Gambhir, Dr. R. C. Chaddha and Mr. S. N. Maheshwari who graced the occasion with their benign presence. The show ended with the tunes of National Anthem sung by all with full vigour.

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Saraswati Puja - Goddess of Learning 22nd January 2018 – Saraswati Puja - Goddess of Learning

“Trusting God won’t make the mountain smaller but it will make climbing easier.”

SachdevaGlobalSchool organised “Saraswati Puja” on 22nd January on the auspicious occasion of Basant Panchami to invoke the blessings of the “Goddess of Learning” for the students of Class X and XII appearing for the CBSE Board Exams in March 2018.

The puja was performed by Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar, Head of the School. The students were present along with their parents. Finally, the puja culminated with Hawan.



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Farewell 20th January 2018 – Farewell

The Farewell ceremony for the outgoing Class-XII batch was held on 20th January 2018 in the school ground amidst much fan-fare enthusiasm. Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar, the head of school, was the chief guest for the day. The event saw a plethora of events including dance, music, games and ramp-walk.  Students of class XI, who were the hosts for the day, were at the helm of the activities and ensured the smooth progress of all events. Following a challenging question-answer round, Shreya Dutta (XII-A) and Sahil Khatvi (XII-B) were crowned Ms. & Mr. Globalite respectively. Finally, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar encouraged the outgoing batch and also lauded the efforts of Class XI for the event.

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Salute to Bravery 17th January 2018 – Salute to Bravery

“We don’t know them all but we owe them all… Salute to the brave and the bravery.”

Bravery is something that comes from within. No one can inculcate it in us. India is a land of legends and brave men. Its history is decked with stories of bravery and sacrifice. To salute the bravery and the sacrifice of our soldiers who are braving bullets, the students of class I D presented an assembly on the topic ‘Salute to Bravery’on 16th January 2018.

The students turn by turn talked about some of the martyrs who died for their country, to name some are Bhagat Singh, Rani Lakshmi Bai, Lala Lajpat Rai, Subhash Chandra Bose etc. Thereafter they recited a beautiful patriotic poem that touched everyone’s heart. 

The assembly concluded with giving away trophies and certificates to the winners of varied competitions and a beautiful message from the head of the school Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar that bravery doesn’t mean fighting but being calm and strong.









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Lohri Celebrations 12th January 2018 – Lohri Celebrations

Lohri is a very significant, perhaps the most important festival of Punjab, it holds great significance as it marks the harvesting season in Punjab & the end of winter season.

The teachers & staff of Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka celebrated Lohri with a lot of enthusiasm and zeal. A special programme was organized and the teachers dressed in traditional punjabi attire performed gidda and sang songs immersed in the rich cultural folklore of Punjab.

The cultural programme was followed by lighting up the bonfire and offering prayers for the prosperity of the nation. Groundnuts & sweets were distributed amongst the teachers. A grand buffet was also arranged for the staff. The teachers had a gala time as they danced around the holy bonfire.

The Head of the School, Ms. Summna Dutta Sarkar congratulated all on the occasion & dwelled on the importance of such festivals.

 

The whole function was a scintillating bonanza of modern & traditional culture & heritage.



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Moral Story Telling Competition - (Buds - Blooms) 28th December 2017 – Moral Story Telling Competition - (Buds - Blooms)

Story telling is a great means of transmitting ideas.It is an important part of early childhood education as it provides the necessary ingredients to broaden a child’s imagination.

Keeping this in mind, Moral Story Telling Competition was organized on 28th and 29th December 2017, where the children of class BUDS and BLOOMS presented stories with great enthusiasm. The activity was aimed at boosting confidence in students and giving wings to their imagination.

All the participants came well prepared with very interesting moral based stories. Some participants also used props to make the story seem more realistic and effective. The children were very enthusiastic and the way they expressed themselves was appreciable

The winners of the competition are as follows:

 

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

KAVISHA TOMAR

LKG-E

FIRST

AALLIYAH SIDDIQUI

LKG-A

SECOND

ARIA HOODA

LKG-D

SECOND

KABIR SINGH

LKG -A

THIRD

SHIVANSH MAKLOGA

LKG -D

APPRECIATION

LAKSHAY ANAND

LKG - B

APPRECIATION

AMISHI BHATIA

UKG-A

FIRST

RAMANPREET KAUR

UKG-B

FIRST

MISHKA KAPUR

UKG-B

FIRST

AAROHI SUDAN

UKG-B

FIRST

MEHER SUDAN

UKG-D

FIRST

MANNAT SINGH

UKG-E

FIRST

YERIK TYAGI

UKG-E

FIRST

CHHAVI TOMER

UKG-A

SECOND

RISHABH GUPTA

UKG-A

SECOND

ANANYA SAXENA

UKG-B

SECOND

PARTH YADAV

UKG-C

SECOND

SAANVI TIWARI

UKG-D

SECOND

CHIRAG

UKG-E

SECOND

KHUSHAGRA YASHVARDHAN

UKG-A

THIRD

SAARIKA SEHRAWAT

UKG-D

THIRD

  



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Today a Reader, Tomorrow a Leader 28th December 2017 – Today a Reader, Tomorrow a Leader

       “Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.” – Margaret Fuller

Reading is one such thing that if turned into a habit can change one’s life. Reading a great book can leave us with many experiences. We actually go through several worlds/lives while reading. Books are our best friends and wisest teachers. Every book has a lesson hidden behind it and the only key to this treasure box of knowledge is READING. To tell us more about the importance of reading, the students of class I A presented a wonderful assembly on the topic ‘Today A Reader, Tomorrow A Leader’ on 28 November 2017. The students kick started the assembly with an energetic dance performance. Thereafter, they told us about the importance of reading by stating that the more we read the more things we know. Reading helps in learning that eventually leads to the making of a leader. Hence, it’s really necessary to inculcate the habit of reading in our lives. The assembly ended with extending wishes to the birthday students.

 

 

 



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Christmas 27th December 2017 – Christmas

“Christmas is the perfect time to celebrate the love of God and family and to create memories that last forever.”

The chilly winter morning with it’s cool breeze, Christmas carols, decorations, Christmas tree, everything seems like a dream; a dream that everyone wants to live! This dream came true with the students of class I C as they presented a special assembly on ‘Christmas’ on 27 December, 2017. It was really a treat for the eyes to see attractive decorations all around the stage. The students were clad in warm furry red sweaters to give a carnival glance to the assembly. The students welcomed everyone with a beautiful poem followed by mesmerizing dance performance. Also, they told us about the importance of this festival and the reason behind celebrating it.

Icing on the cake was a real cart with real Santa waving hands, jumping, dancing and giving away sweets to the children. The students jumped in joy on seeing their favourite ‘Santa Claus’.

 

The assembly concluded with giving away certificates to the winners of varied competitions.





E-Christmas Card making Competition 27th December 2017 – E-Christmas Card making Competition

Christmas is a festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Jesus Christ. It is celebrated all around the world with a lot of fun and joy. Christmas trees are decorated and carols are sung to keep up the Christmas spirit. To keep up the spirit of the festival, an E-Christmas card making competition was organized for the students of class I, wherein the students had to make cards using MS Paint. The children drew beautiful cards which truly displayed the spirit of Christmas. It was a tough decision for the judges to make as all the students had shown a lot of creativity.

The results of the competition were as follows: 

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

MARCELLINA BARMAN

I – A

FIRST

AADINATH R

I – D

FIRST

TRITI LAL

I – A

SECOND

AVIKA SOLANKI

I – E

SECOND

VIPRA ARYA

I – E

SECOND

HARMAN SINGH

I – C

THIRD

HARSHITA

I – D

THIRD

HUNAR SALUJA

I – E

THIRD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






Assembly - Seven Wonders of the World 24th December 2017 – Assembly - Seven Wonders of the World

Who doesn’t love wonders? Who doesn’t want to visit the most beautiful places? Of course, each one of us does. Nothing in the world is more beautiful than the Seven Wonders of the World. It is indeed a fascination for all of us to visit these wonders and know about them.  To tell us more about these wonders, the students of class I B presented an informative assembly on the topic ‘Seven Wonders of the World’ on 19 December, 2017.

The students filled us with information about the seven wonders telling us their characteristics, relevance and much more. They gave an attractive presentation of the wonders using beautiful props. It was no less than a fantasy tour for all of us. The assembly concluded with a poem and a short dance performance.

 At the end, certificates were given away to the winners of varied competitions.





Annual Sports Day 18th December 2017 – Annual Sports Day

Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination and a hard- to- find alloy called guts.
                                                                                                                  -Dan Gable

                                                                                                        (american athlete)

On the 18th of December 2017, Sachdeva Global School organized the Annual Sports Day, a day filled with fervour and excitement experienced amidst thrills, shrills and cheers. The event was conducted for classes Buds to II wherein the participants from each class were selected on the basis of heats. The day started off with the lighting and relay of the torch which was carried out by the Sports Captain of the school. As the races began, the air was filled with cheer and encouragement for the young athletes. The participants completed section wise in different races including flat, obstacle and circuit race. 

The day ended with the declaration of results and prize distribution ceremony. 

In the end, the Head of the School Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar proposed a vote of thanks and appreciated the hard work and dedication of the staff and the students. The event was indeed a successful endeavour which inculcated the value of true sportsmanship spirit in our young athletes.   



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Annual Day 2017-18 16th December 2017 – Annual Day 2017-18

Sachdeva Global School organized the Annual Function 2017-18 on the theme “saaOhad-- The Concept of Collaboration” on 16 December, 2017 amidst much fan-fare and enthusiasm. The chief guest for the event was Shri S.K Sachdeva, Chairman, Sachdeva Group of Institutions. Dr. R.C Chadhaand Dr. S.N Maheswari, eminent members of the management committee also graced the occasion with their presence, along with Mrs. KiranGambhir, Advisor, Sachdeva Group of Institutions and various other dignitaries. The event was inaugurated by lighting of the ceremonial lamp, followed by the presentation of the Annual School Report by Ms.SumanaDuttaSarkar, Head of School and the Annual Award Ceremony. The School Annual Magazine- Alchemy- 2017-18 was released by Sh. S.K. Sachdeva.

This was followed by a creative presentation by Globalites, wherein leaders of the eight SAARC countries of India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Maldives descended on the stage ahead of the 20th SAARC Conference. The audience was taken on an enthralling journey through the culture of these countries through a delightful display of dance, music and poetry associated with each region. The cultural presentation finally ended with a visual manifestation of the power of collaboration, amity and cooperation through the coming together of all the leaders and performers from the eight countries.

In a nutshell, the event was a grand success which left the audience yearning for more and set the momentum for even higher excellence in the times to come.



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Moral Story Telling Competition 01st December 2017 – Moral Story Telling Competition

“The purpose of a storyteller is not to tell how to think, but to give questions to think upon.” – Brandon Sanderson

 

Children all over the world love listening to stories. They want to know more about their favourite characters and often try to emulate them. And if a story comes with a meaningful message, it can definitely inculcate qualities like wisdom, courage, honesty etc. To teach the value of compassion, respect, integrity and responsibility a ‘Moral Story Telling’ competition was organized for the students of classes II and I on 29.11.17 and 30.11.17 respectively.

The students were selected based on their performances in the preliminary round. Each participant narrated a beautiful story with a moral value. The spectators enjoyed the performance of every participant as it was fun to see tiny tots narrating their favourite stories and preaching related moral values. It was really a tough decision for the judges to decide the winners as each one of them performed exquisitely. 

 

The winners of the competition were as follows :

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

  SATVIK CHOUDHARY

I-B

FIRST

AADYA MISHRA

I-E

FIRST

MARCELLINA BARMAN

I-A

SECOND

TANISH GARG

I-B

SECOND

NITIKA SHUKLA

I-D

SECOND

RABIT SOBTI

I-B

THIRD

SAMRIDDHI PANT

I-C

THIRD

AADINATH R

I-D

THIRD

HUNAR SALUJA

I-E

THIRD

ARADHYA TIWARI

II-A

FIRST

ANSH YADAV

II-A

SECOND

ANUGRAH TIWARI

II-C

THIRD



















12th Swabhiman Sports Festival 2017 24th November 2017 – 12th Swabhiman Sports Festival 2017

The zealous Globalites who have recently participated in on 24 November 2017 have brought laurels to the school by winning 12 Gold, 08 Silver and 04 Bronze Medals along with the Ist position. The event was organized by Swabhiman sports, DDA Sports Complex Sector – 14 here the enthralling skaters displayed their skill and efficiency in the true spirit and added yet another feather to the Skating Club of the school.
 

NAME

CLASS

MEDALS

LUCKY GUPTA

II D

GOLD

SAHIB SINGH

III E

GOLD

NAVYA GUPTA

III B

GOLD

JANICE PANDIT

IV A

GOLD

NEVAAN SINGH MEHTA

IV E

GOLD

SHAIVYA MISRA

IV E

GOLD

DAKSH VATS

V C

GOLD

KRISH GOYAL

V C

GOLD

BHAVYA MAAN

V C

GOLD

PRATHAMVIR

VI C

GOLD

VAIBHAV GARG

IX A

GOLD

NAVAL LATA

IX B

GOLD

DURGESH

II D

SILVER

DAKSH

III B

SILVER

FAIZAN KHAN

III B

SILVER

HIYA

III D

SILVER

SHUBHAM RATHI

VI A

SILVER

SHIVEN S. SINHA

V A

SILVER

MUDIT SHARMA

V B

SILVER

ADARSH ARORA

V C

SILVER

AKSHAY PRASHAR

IV C

BRONZE

OM SRIVASTAVA

V C

BRONZE

HARSH DRALL

VII A

BRONZE

ABHISHEK KUMAR

IX A

BRONZE

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Cleanliness is next to Godliness 21st November 2017 – Cleanliness is next to Godliness

Being clean is a sign of spiritual purity and goodness. The proverb 'Cleanliness is next to Godliness' means that being clean leads the way to Godliness and it can bring divine peace to our body and soul. In order to enlighten about the same the students of class II-D presented the morning assembly on 21 November 2017. The students spoke about the importance of keeping our environment and ourselves clean. They recited a wonderful poem also. It was indeed a very informative assembly.

 





Annual Picnic to Taj Mahal 18th November 2017 – Annual Picnic to Taj Mahal

“A wonder of wonders in the world, the Taj Mahal is a living edifice of human passion.”

Students of classes VI-VIII recently visited this beautiful wonder for their annual picnic on 18 November 2017. The Taj Mahal was built about three hundred and fifty years ago by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, in memory of his beloved queen, Mumtaj.  Students were mesmerised by the splendour of this white marble monument. They were informed about the history of Taj Mahal by a guided tour of the magnificent monument. The intricate mosaic work impressed one and all. Its splendour left the students spellbound. Then they were taken for a sumptuous lunch to Push Villa Hotel.

After filling their bellies, it was time to visit yet another famous monument, the Agra Fort. It was built in the year 1573 under the reign of Akbar – one of the greatest Mughal Emperors. It took more than 4000 workers and eight years of hardship to complete the fort. It remained as the main residence of the emperors belonging to the Mughal dynasty until the year 1638. Such historical details gave the students a lot to ponder over and increased their knowledge about our rich history.

The trip didn’t just provide them a break from regular school routine but also proved as a learning and enriching experience.



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Annual Picnic to Taj Mahal (Classes VI-VIII) 18th November 2017 – Annual Picnic to Taj Mahal (Classes VI-VIII)

 

“A wonder of wonders in the world, the Taj Mahal is a living edifice of human passion.”

Students of classes VI-VIII recently visited this beautiful wonder for their annual picnic on 18November 2018. The Taj Mahal was built about three hundred and fifty years ago by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, in memory of his beloved queen, Mumtaj.  Students were mesmerised by the splendour of this white marble monument. They were informed about the history of Taj Mahal by a guided tour of the magnificent monument. The intricate mosaic work impressed one and all. Its splendour left the students spellbound. Then they were taken for a sumptuous lunch to Push Villa Hotel.

After filling their bellies, it was time to visit yet another famous monument, the Agra Fort. It was built in the year 1573 under the reign of Akbar – one of the greatest Mughal Emperors. It took more than 4000 workers and eight years of hardship to complete the fort. It remained as the main residence of the emperors belonging to the Mughal dynasty until the year 1638. Such historical details gave the students a lot to ponder over and increased their knowledge about our rich history.

The trip didn’t just provide them a break from regular school routine but also proved as a learning and enriching experience.

 

 



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Children’s Day 14th November 2017 – Children’s Day

'Children are like buds in a garden and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured as they are the future of the nation and the citizens of tomorrow.'

                                                                                   Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru


On the occasion of Children's Day, the students of class II-B presented the morning assembly on 14 November 2017.  Students dressed like Chacha Nehru, recited a poem on the theme and spoke about the importance of Children's Day. They paid tribute to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who was the first Prime Minister of India. It was a grand splendor as the stage was buzzing with children dressed in colourful hues, presenting a beautiful dance performance.

 

Thereafter, the certificates were distributed to the winners of Talent Hunt competition held for classes I and II. The assembly was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all. 



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