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Leader of Today and Tomorrow 07th November 2019 – Leader of Today and Tomorrow

The students of class Buds-D presented an assembly on “The leaders of today and tomorrow” on November 7,2019. They talked about the good qualities a leader should possess and how the leaders of tomorrow should be. They also talked about the leaders from the past and the upcoming leaders throughout the world. The students also  danced on “The seven Habit song-We are the leader “ with full zeal and enthusiasm. The assembly was liked by all and the students were appreciated for their efforts.




Assembly - Standing Against the Odds 07th November 2019 – Assembly - Standing Against the Odds

Students of class VII-B presented their class assembly on the topic “Standing against the Odds” on 7th November, 2019. An enactment on the life of Dr. APJ Kalam was presented to make the audience realize the fact that nothing is impossible in life if we have our will power, determination and positive frame of mind. Through an informative speech, the students gave the message that we can defy all the odds and emerge as winners in every field of our lives. Some of the students also spoke about different personalities who have stood against all the difficulties in their lives to become successful for eg. Sudha Chandran,Marlee Matlin, Pranjil Patil etc. 

Thus, the message of the assembly was understood by all that we should never give up in life and always strive to give our best no matter what difficulties we face in our path.



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National Unity Day 06th November 2019 – National Unity Day

Unity reveals its meaning itself; it reveals the togetherness of people. 

National Unity Day (Rashtriya Ekta Diwas) is observed every year on 31st of October by the people all over India to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the architect of national integration. The aim of celebrating this event is to pay tribute to this great man who really unified the country. To celebrate National Unity Day, Sachdeva Global School conducted a Fancy Dress Activity for classes I and II on November 6, 2019. The students participated actively and enthusiastically in this activity by getting dressed up beautifully in traditional garbs of the colourful states of India and enthralled all by sharing information about the rich cultural heritage, food and capital of states. Students highlighted the fact that India’s culture is an amalgamation of religions, festivals, food , dance, crafts and music etc. With this activity, the students got a good idea about the unity in diversity that is part of the Indian culture. It was a wonderful day for all the children. Such celebrations strengthen the unity of the country.



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Inter House Folk Art Competition 06th November 2019 – Inter House Folk Art Competition

India has always been known as the land that portrays  cultural and traditional vibrancy through its conventional  art. Every region in India has its own style and pattern of art, which is known as folk art.

An Inter House Folk Art Competition – Madhubani /Worli, was organized for classes III-V on 6 November, 2019. Students from each of the four houses participated enthusiastically in this team event. The aim was to provide a platform for the budding artists to bring out their latent creativity. The participants gave vent to their imagination and aesthetic exploration creating magical expressions on canvas.

The winners of the competition were as follows:

 

NAME CLASS HOUSE NAME POSITION
ACHYUT III-C HARMONY FIRST
SEERAT BHULLAR IC-E HARMONY FIRST
HARINI V-E HARMONY FIRST
KHUSHI III-C GLORY SECOND
ANAYA IV-A GLORY SECOND
SHREYA V-E GLORY SECOND
AAYAN III-C PRIDE THIRD
KUSHAL IV-D PRIDE THIRD
SEEP V-C PRIDE THIRD




Gurudwara Visit - Dwarka 06th November 2019 – Gurudwara Visit - Dwarka

Guru Nanak Birthday also known as Gurupurab,  celebrates the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Nanak Dev ji. On this auspicious occasion, the students of BUDS – II went for a visit to the Gurudwara in Sector – 11, Dwarka on 6th and 7th of November 2019.

It was a pleasant and spiritual experience for the children. Children covered their heads and took the blessings of Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji and enchanted the mool mantra. They were involved in a small prayer in which all of them diligently participated with enthusiasm.  Thereafter, they were served with Karahprashad by the Gurudwara volunteer.

It was an enriching experience for the children as they were enlightened about the Sikh Gurus and their contribution to the society at large. The children had a good learning experience at the Gurudwara.



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Assembly - United we stand divided we fall 01st November 2019 – Assembly - United we stand divided we fall

An enchanting and mesmerizing morning was created by the students of class VII A. The topic of the Assembly was United we stand divided we fall ‘Teamwork’. They presented a beautiful morning assembly followed by a small play depicting unity. It projected team work that one is incomplete without another. The seven colours of rainbow teach a lesson to be one and work in harmony. A skit was presented by the students to show the importance of being united. A beautiful song was sung by the students on Teamwork. It was concluded by announcing birthdays of the week.

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Investiture Ceremony 31st October 2019 – Investiture Ceremony

“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic. It takes sweat, determination, and hardwork” - Kevin-Prince Boateng

The school held the Investiture Ceremony on 31 October 2019. It was a solemn occasion where the young students were all prepared to don the mantle of leadership and discharge the responsibilities entrusted upon them by the school. Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar, Principal, Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka, was the esteemed chief guest for the occasion. Saksham Dua was selected as Head boy and Vyomika Jaspal was selected as the Head girl of the student council. The ceremony commenced with the March past by the members of the student council.

The office bearers including the Vice-head boy and Vice-head girl, captains of the four houses, Sports Captain, Discipline, Literary, Environmental and Cultural captains were invested ceremoniously with the school principal and House wardens presenting badges, sashes and administering Oath of office to the newly appointed members of the Student Council.

The principal congratulated the newly appointed office bearers and reminded them to sincerely shoulder responsibilities. She mentioned that the students of today will become leaders of tomorrow in different walks of life. 





Visit to Godhuli- An Old Age Home 25th October 2019 – Visit to Godhuli- An Old Age Home

“To care for those who once cared for us is one of the highest honours”

 To instill the values of love and care for our elderlies, students of our school visited Godhuli, Old age home, Sector-2, Dwarka. It was an opportunity for our students (class 6-8 and class 11) to meet and spend quality time with the elderly and to share the joy of Diwali festival. 

The students engaged and entertained the senior citizens with a group song and dance performance. They were also encouraged to do yoga regularly to have a healthy life. Ronak a national level yoga champion, demonstrated some simple yoga asnas for the elderly along with some challenging asnas which were highly appreciated by the audience. The audience was then engaged with an antakshari competition with the students. Needless to say, the students were taken aback by the enthusiasm and zestfulness of their competitors. At the end the seniors shared interesting memories of their school days. The one and half hour session ended with the distribution of Diwali sweets.

The time spent in the old age home made the students realise the value of the elderly in our society and the love and tenderness needed to take care of them.  



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Visit to Don Bosco Ashalayam- An Orphanage 25th October 2019 – Visit to Don Bosco Ashalayam- An Orphanage

“We can do no great things, only small things with great love. ~Mother Teresa”

 Children without families are the most vulnerable people in the world and what they need most is not just a shelter but love and sharing. On the occasion of Diwali students of classes III to VIII, of our school, visited the Don Bosco Ashalayam- “Home of Hope”, at Palam, Dwarka. The students were sensitized towards the purpose of their visit while on the way to the orphanage. 

The visit began with an informal interaction between them and our children. The children were amazed to see that how despite the lack of a family those children were happy and excited just like any other child.   

After the initial exchange of pleasantries and a formal round of introduction, our students presented a short dance and song program for the students at the Ashalayam. Their act was highly applauded and appreciated. This was followed by a song by a couple of their students. The students sang beautifully.

One of their student’s, presented a wonderful dance performance which mesmerised one and all present in the auditorium.  It was amazing to see how these children have overcome their loneliness and have come together to live like one big family. 

Diwali is that time when we meet, greet and share with our families and friends. The visit ended with the distribution of Diwali sweets and goodies. 

Our strengths are generally derived from our weaknesses- was the strong message taken back by our students after the visit.  



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Savouries of festivities - cooking without fire 25th October 2019 – Savouries of festivities - cooking without fire

“Eating is a necessity but Cooking is an art.”

In order to give a platform to our little master chefs to showcase their culinary skills, an Interclass competition ‘Savouries of Festivities - Cooking without fire’ was organized for the students of class - I on 25 October 2019. The students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. Attired in chef caps and aprons, the students made a pretty picture and displayed their skill, knowledge and creativity by making delicious dishes. They surprised everyone with their innovative skills and prepared healthy and nutritious dishes like salads, sandwiches, laddoos and other Indo - Western fusion dishes. The participants coined very interesting and creative titles for their dishes and presented them in an artistic manner. The dishes were judged on their taste, innovativeness, hygiene and overall presentation. It was a doubled up feast for the eyes and the stomach as well. The activity turned out to be a successful endeavour as the students thoroughly enjoyed this culinary adventure.

The winners of the competition were as follows:

 

NAMES CLASS POSITION
ARIA HOODA I - A FIRST
KAVISHA TOMAR I - B FIRST
LAKSHYA ANAND I - C FIRST
KABIR SINGH I - D FIRST
AVIKA CHATURVEDI I - E FIRST
KANISHKA I - E FIRST
KIERA GUPTA I - A SECOND
SAARVI ROY I - B SECOND
DAKSHA I - C SECOND
AVVYA GUPTA I - D SECOND
NAVYA I - E SECOND
ARMAAN SHEIKH I - E SECOND
AARNA SHARMA I - A THIRD
SAESHA JAIN I - B THIRD
DAKSH PANWAR I - C THIRD
SAANVIKA SINGH RAWAT I - D THIRD
DHANI I - E THIRD
VIHAAN SINGH I - E THIRD
UTTARA I - B APPRECIATION
AARAV POKHRIYAL I - D APPRECIATION
AGRIMA POKHRIYAL I - E APPRECIATION




Diwali - Festival of Lights (Assembly) 24th October 2019 – Diwali - Festival of Lights (Assembly)

Diwali – festival of lights is celebrated with great zeal and pleasure every year throughout the country.

The students of class IV C presented the morning assembly on the topic “Diwali”. The assembly began with the morning prayer followed by the thought for the day and updating the gathering with the latest news .

The students presented a short skit on the homecoming of Rama depicting the reason of celebrating Diwali every year. After that the students presented different scenes showcasing the current scenario on how the people ill treat animals just for fun though hampering their health and polluting the environment. The assembly highlighted the different ways to celebrate eco-friendly Diwali as it is the high time that we should recognize the predicament and prepare a roadway by which we can make a healthy and environmentally balanced world. The theme of “green world” is spreading all over the world and it’s our responsibility as well to maintain and uphold a better and safe society for ourselves. One small step from everyone’s end can definitely make a huge difference.

The assembly was finally concluded with a poem on Diwali, thus, giving everyone a message to protect our environment while celebrating Diwali. 



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Best Out of Waste - Diwali Decoration 24th October 2019 – Best Out of Waste - Diwali Decoration

Creativity as has been said, consists largely of rearranging what we know in order to find out what we do not know. Hence, to think creatively, we must be able to look afresh at what we normally take for granted.... George Kneller.

Best out of waste is one such craft which follows this environmental friendly principle.

In order to make children aware of uses of waste material and to give them a lesson on reducing waste to save our future,  a best out of waste – Diwali decoration competition was organised on 24th October, 2019 for the students of BLOOMS.  Little hands and imaginative minds came together in a creative burst of energy.  The students were provided with a base in the form of a wall hanging and they decorated it with different reusable and recyclable materials like bangles, ice cream sticks and much more. It helped the students to develop their fine motor skills while using different kinds of waste materials.  The competition helped to enhance not only creativity and presentation skills of the children but also helped them to realize the importance of recycling and reusing waste material available to them. 

The results are as follows :

NAME                               

CLASS

POSITION

AVISHKA SINHA

BLOOMS - A

FIRST

SUPRIYA SHARMA

BLOOMS - B

FIRST

AARNA PRASAD

BLOOMS  - C

FIRST

VANYA KAPOOR

BLOOMS  - D

FIRST

BHADRA MENON

BLOOMS  - E

FIRST

GEETI KRISHNA MAHARATHI

BLOOMS  - A

SECOND

RITISHA

BLOOMS  - B

SECOND

NEILINA

BLOOMS  - C

SECOND

RAKSHITA DWIVEDI

BLOOMS  - D

SECOND

SARAH SHARMA

BLOOMS  - E

SECOND

KAVIKA RITHEESH

BLOOMS  - A

THIRD

RUHAN RAO

BLOOMS  - A

THIRD

RAVYA JAIN

BLOOMS  - B

THIRD

MAHI

BLOOMS  - C

THIRD

KAVYANSH SETH

BLOOMS  - D

THIRD

SENZELA AHMED

BLOOMS  - D

THIRD

ERIC SINGH

BLOOMS  - E

THIRD

REYANSH DHANWARIA

BLOOMS  - B

APPRECIATION

PARNIKA SONI

BLOOMS  - C

APPRECIATION

ANIKET SHOKEEN

BLOOMS  - D

APPRECIATION

AAYAN BHANOT

BLOOMS  - E

APPRECIATION





My Favourite Mythological Character from Ramayan 23rd October 2019 – My Favourite Mythological Character from Ramayan

An Inter class competition on MY FAVOURITE MYTHOLOGICAL CHARACTER FROM RAMAYAN  was held on October 23, 2019. Selected students from all the sections of Buds participated in the competition. They depicted different characters from Ramayan such as Lord Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Ravana, Garud, Luv. The students dressed up in their colourful costumes and spoke a few sentences on the character they depicted. Our little ones were looking adorable. The effort and hard work of the students were highly commendable. 

The results are as follows:

NAME OF THE PARTICIPANT

CLASS

POSITION

Namostu S. Deolekar

BUDS-B

FIRST

Anjani  Arora

BUDS-C

FIRST

Aashvi  Tyagi

BUDS-C

SECOND

Advait  Nair

BUDS-B

THIRD

Reya  Aggarwal

BUDS-A

THIRD



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Rally - Say No to Plastic 23rd October 2019 – Rally - Say No to Plastic

To involve the students in spreading mass awareness on the ill effects of indiscriminate use of plastic combining Environmental concerns, a rally was organized by the students of Class V of Sachdeva Global School, Sec-18, Dwarka on Wednesday, October 23, 2019.

The rally was held by the students to sensitize the people in Dwarka Sec-6 Market about the perilous effect on the environment due to the use of plastics.  The students led by the teachers carried number of placards with the messages of Save Environment, Save Earth. During the rally, the  students distributed handmade paper bags to the shopkeepers and local people and explained them  the dire need of environmental protection. One small step from everyone’s end can bring a great change.

In the end, students promised to refrain from the unnecessary usage of plastic in any form and to initiate the change they wish to see in the society for a better and cleaner environment.



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Diwali - Festival of Lights 22nd October 2019 – Diwali - Festival of Lights

Students of class Buds-C presented a Class Assembly on DIWALI on October 22, 2019. The students made the audience aware that Diwali is one of India’s biggest festival. It is celebrated on the night of ‘Kartik Amavasya’. It marks the return of Lord Rama from fourteen years of exile and his victory over Ravana. They also spoke about how people decorate their houses with diyas & lights and exchange gifts and sweets with their families and friends. They also shared the fact that people worship ‘Goddess Lakshmi’ on this day. The students encouraged their friends to say ‘NO TO CRACKERS’. A scintillating dance performance by the class added much exuberance and joy to the assembly.

Our tiny tots were given the certificates for participating in the Inter School competition held at N.K Bagrodia Public School, Dwarka.

The names are as follows-

•   ADVAIT NAIR of Buds-B and AASHVI TYAGI of Buds-C for participating in the             LETTER HUNT.

•   AYRA SHEIKH , CHAHAK, ATEEKSH KHETRAPAL of Blooms-B and SHRESHTH               KUMAR of Blooms-C in FORMULA ONE RACE.

The assembly was concluded by giving birthday wishes to the students.



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Dental Hygiene Workshop by Colgate 21st October 2019 – Dental Hygiene Workshop by Colgate

Children’s teeth need special care. Dental cavity is the most common chronic disease of childhood. A workshop cum Fun Activity session on ‘Dental Hygiene’ was conducted by National Active Championship on October 21, 2019, organized by Colgate. The students of classes I and II attended this session. The volunteers from Colgate talked about Dental Hygiene and keeping the mouth clean. The students were involved in the session by asking questions about the number of times we should brush, how long we should brush at a time and how often we should visit a dentist. They introduced their new range of Colgate Toothpaste to make brushing fun for children. Different activities were done with the students and a Colgate kit was given as a prize to the winners. Thereafter, all the students were provided with a small toothpaste of ‘Colgate’ as a sample. 




Blood Donation Camp 19th October 2019 – Blood Donation Camp

The Sachdeva Global School, Sector 18, Dwarka organized a Blood Donation Camp on 19 October, 2019 in collaboration with Base Hospital, Delhi Cantt.,  supported by Venkateswara Hospital, Dwarka. The blood thus collected was deposited in the Base Hospital Blood Bank and will be used for the serving personnel and dependents of Armed Forces. The team comprised of 5 members from the Venkateswara Hospital which included a doctor, two nurses, a technician and a manager whereas the team of 15 specialists came from the Base Hospital.

The camp received an overwhelming response with the turnout of about 60 donors who comprised of school staff, parents and members of the society. This was one more of the community outreach programs that the school indulges in and creates sensitivity in the students and society members. Many from the community congratulated the School for this endeavour.

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Assembly - Even The Simplest Food Is A Gift 17th October 2019 – Assembly - Even The Simplest Food Is A Gift

“World Food Day # Zero Hunger”

ANNAM PARABRAHMASWAROOPAM," says our Indian philosophy. This means that food

 is equal to God as told by our great ancestors.

The students of class IV B presented the morning assembly on the topic “Even the simplest food is a gift”. The assembly began with the morning prayer followed by the thought for the day and updating the gathering with the latest news .

The assembly highlighted the importance of food for human survival and well-being. The students presented different scenes which showcased the wastage of food in everyday life and sensitizing the mass by creating awareness about the impact of food wastage. Slogans like “There is more fruit in the shampoo of a rich man than in the plate of an entire poor man’s family” were used to highlight the impact of non-availability of food.

The assembly was finally concluded with the facts about world hunger and a thought provoking poem on food wastage. Thus, the message of the assembly was understood by all that we should not waste food and should respect what we get.

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Spin a Yarn Competition 16th October 2019 – Spin a Yarn Competition

An Inter House Spin a Yarn Competition for classes III- V was held in Sachdeva Global School on Wednesday, 16 Oct 2019 where students of all the four houses pleased the audience with their amazing self-woven stories.

These competitions are an integral part of the school curriculum as they provide an opportunity to students to build confidence, enhance speaking skills and stimulate their imagination. The young enthusiastic storytellers from each house came up with the props they chose on the spot and then prepared wonderful stories using them. The stories were judged on the basis of storyline expression, confidence and presentation skills of the students. It was delightful to witness  all the four houses putting  up such a magnificent performance and keping the audience enthralled throughout.

RESULTS :

First Position     – Glory House

Second Position - Peace House

Third Position    - Pride House

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Assembly - Golden Rules 15th October 2019 – Assembly - Golden Rules

The assembly on GOLDEN RULES was conducted by the students of BUDS-B. They depicted how, when and why to use the Golden Rules - WAIT FOR YOUR TURN, PLEASE, SORRY, THANK YOU ,YOUR WELCOME, EXCUSE ME. The importance of these words was properly depicted. The students delivered their thoughts confidently. They gave a dance performance on the song ‘WE SHOULD SAY THANK YOU’ with full zeal and enthusiasm. The efforts of the class were well appreciated by all. 

Garvit of class II A secured II position in a Fun Race organised by N. K. Bagrodia Global School. Kanishka of class I A also got appreciated for participating in the same sporting event. The assembly was concluded with giving birthday wishes to the students.



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CBSE Central Zone Skating Championship 2019 12th October 2019 – CBSE Central Zone Skating Championship 2019

The zealous Globalites who have recently participated in CBSE CENTRAL ZONE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP 2019 - 20 on 12th to 14th October 2019 have brought laurels to school by winning 01 Gold and 01 Bronze Medals. The event was organized by GR International School, Bawana, New Delhi, 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

RACE

MEDAL

SEERAT BHULLAR

IV E

500 MTR

GOLD

SEERAT BHULLAR

IV E

1000 MTR

BRONZE

SHAIVYA MISRA

VI E

300 MTR

4TH POSITION

SHAIVYA MISRA

VI E

1000 MTR

4TH POSITION

 

 

 

 



SEERAT BHULLAR have been selected for

CBSE National to be held at Belgaum (Karnataka) from 27th Nov. to 30th November 2019.





Nest Building 11th October 2019 – Nest Building

Birds are natures’s most beautiful creation. Due to rising human intervention and activities, the numbers of the birds, especially the House Sparrow is declining fast. It becomes our responsibility  to save the birds and help maintain the ecological equilibrium.

To contribute towards this, a workshop on ‘Nest Building’ was attended by the students of Science and Environment club on 11th Oct where the students were taught how to make hand made nests.

The workshop was conducted by Mr Rakesh Khatri who is a famous environmentalist and founder of Eco Roots Foundation. The workshop was a part of the initiative to save the Delhi State Bird House Sparrow in collaboration with Yes Bank.

The students were guided how to make simple hand-made nests using twigs, straw and a cloth. The workshop was very effective as the students not only enjoyed while learning but also received the message to save the bird House Sparrow. 



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Workshop on E-Waste 11th October 2019 – Workshop on E-Waste

Students of Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka participated in a workshop on ‘E - waste’ held in the school campus on 11th October’19. 

The workshop was a part of an initiative taken by the Panasonic Group and was conducted by Mr Rakesh Khatri who is a famous environmentalist and founder of the organization Eco Roots Foundation.

Mr.Khatri enlightened the students about what is Electronic waste (E - waste) and how it can be disposed safely and sent for recycling.

He also installed a ‘Customized E- waste Bin’ made from 100 percent recycled material in the school campus. The students were made aware about it. In addition, they also took a pledge in the end to dispose the E- waste safely in the E- waste bin and contribute towards the recycling of resources.



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Organ Donation Workshop 10th October 2019 – Organ Donation Workshop

“It takes lives to save lives.”

Life is a special gift from God but we can gift a part of us to others and give them life- this was the message of the “Organ Donation workshop” conducted by Mohan Foundation on October 10, 2019 at Sachdeva Global School.

The workshop was conducted by Dr. Muneet Sahi, Programme Manager (North Zone), Mohan Foundation. Dr. Muneet is a medical practioner who has been working the organization since 2011. 

During the session, Dr. Muneet explained that a person can donate his/her organs only when the donor is brain dead while the heart is still functioning- a situation when the donor is brain dead. She tried to clarify the different myths that surround organ donation and stressed on the reasons behind the rising organ trade.

The workshop was attended by students of classes XI and XII and then by classes IX and X in another session on the same day. Dr. Muneet also spoke about a volunteer programme- “Angels of Change”, where the school students work towards spreading awareness about organ donation (after death) and how pledging to donate organs need not guarantee the same.

Inspired by Dr. Sahi’s talk, students from our school have volunteered in large numbers for this noble cause. 



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Pink or Blue, We Love You 10th October 2019 – Pink or Blue, We Love You

In today's world, policies, language and other social institutions are working towards integrated/gender neutral approach. Today, although slowly, but yes, women are taking their own decisions. The students of IV A presented an assembly on 10th October, 2019 on the topic - Pink or Blue, We Love You. The assembly began with the morning prayer followed by thought for the day and updating the gathering with the latest news. The students presented the outstanding work of the prominent personalities like Kiran Bedi, Pt. Birju Maharaj, Hima Das, Sanjeev Kapoor etc. who broke the glass ceiling and proved that no job is gender specific. The message that no country can reach its full potential until its women citizens enjoy full equality was conveyed through the assembly. The assembly was very inspiring which motivated and sensitized the audience to not to be gender biased . It also encouraged the idea of Right to Equality.

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Inter House Gallery Competition. 09th October 2019 – Inter House Gallery Competition.

An Inter- House Gallery Competition for classes III-V was conducted on 09 October 2019 in Sachdeva Global School. The students participated with full enthusiasm and zeal. 14 students from each house participated in the competition. The students portrayed their talent and agility skills. They showcased an enthusiastic performance with high energy. The results of the competition are as follows-

RESULTS: Classes (III-V)

First Position -Glory house

Second Position -Peace House

Third Position -Harmony House



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Certificate Distribution 09th October 2019 – Certificate Distribution

A certificate distribution assembly was conducted on 9 October 2019 to facilitate the winners of various competitions held for the classes BUDS to II in the month of September. The winners were given certificates for ‘Kavita Vachan Pratiyogita- Swachhta’ held for Buds and ‘Kavita Vachan Pratiyogita- Vaahan’ held for Blooms and ‘Spellathon’ held for Class I and II.

The winners were appreciated for their wonderful performances in their respective competitions. They were motivated to keep up the good work and perform even better in upcoming events. The assembly was concluded with the National Anthem.

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Assembly - Dussehra 03rd October 2019 – Assembly - Dussehra

Dussehra  also known as Vijaydashmi, is a major festival celebrated at the end of Navratri every year. SGS celebrated it, through a special assembly by class V-E on 3rd October, 2019. The students presented a skit, showing the importance of victory of good over evil .The different qualities of a man were portrayed by the students and they learnt how by choosing a right quality can make a difference in their lives. Although Ravana was considered as the supreme anti-hero of Ramayana, he had many positive qualities ,which were very well portrayed by the students. Students also presented a song on “Vijaydashmi” which left the audience spellbound. The assembly ended with the burning of effigy of Ravana by the HOS, Ms Sumana Dutta Sarkar.

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Gandhi - Ek Yatra 01st October 2019 – Gandhi - Ek Yatra

A special assembly was conducted by class Buds-A on OCTOBER 1, 2019 to commemorate the birth anniversary of MAHATMA GANDHI. Students spoke about Gandhi and the journey of his life. They articulated Gandhiji’s ideology and contributions towards India’s independence. They also presented the philosophical and pragmatic ideals of Gandhi. The students also danced with zeal on the tunes of different songs like- MATI PUKARE TUJHE DESH PUKARE, SABARMATI and SWACHH BHARAT. The assembly was thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated by all.

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Kavita Vachan Pratiyogita 27th September 2019 – Kavita Vachan Pratiyogita

“Poetry is simply the most beautiful, impressive, and widely effective mode of saying things.”

An Inter Class ‘Kavita Vachan Pratiyogita’ theme- ‘Swachhata’ was organized for class Buds on 27 September, 2019. The students recited poems on Swachhata with zeal. They were dressed up nicely in their costumes and the props used by them were very attractive. The aura was brimming with such patriotic energy to keep that instilled feeling of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.  The spectators enjoyed the perfection of expression, thoughts, emotions and rhythm. Students were judged on the parameters like content, confidence, pronunciation, fluency, props and costume.

The winners of the competition are as follows- 

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

ANJANI ARORA

BUDS-C

I

AASHVI TYAGI

BUDS-C

I

REYA AGGARWAL

BUDS-A

I

MAANVI AGARWAL

BUDS-A

II

ADVAIT NAIR

BUDS-B

II

NAMOSTU S. DEOLKAR

BUDS-B

II

KAASHVI GAHLOT

BUDS-E

II

NAYSA PALTA

BUDS-B

III

AADYA NIGLANI

BUDS-A

III

GIRISHA MEHTA

BUDS-D

III

KRIYANSH P.BARUAH

BUDS-D

III

ROSELYN KAUR

BUDS-D

III

VIVAAN GOYAL

BUDS-C

APPRECIATION

AMAIRA MEHRA

BUDS-B

APPRECIATION

ANANYA SHUKLA

BUDS-C

APPRECIATION

HAMZAH MALIK

BUDS-A

APPRECIATION

SHIVALI SAGAR

BUDS-B

APPRECIATION



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Inter House Dramatization Competition 26th September 2019 – Inter House Dramatization Competition

                      “All the world’s a stage” – William Shakespeare

An Inter House Dramatization Competition – Fable with a Twist, was organized for classes III-V on 25 September, 2019. Students from each of the four houses participated enthusiastically in this team event. The students prepared fables with a twist to promote fun and laughter. This competition was a way to instill the idea that - there are always two sides to every story, in the young minds of the students.

With a blend of humour and informative punchlines, 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 Pride house with an outstanding performance. The second position was attained by Peace house, whereas Harmony house held the third position.

 



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Talent Hunt Competition  - Class I 26th September 2019 – Talent Hunt Competition - Class I

"Talent is everywhere, it only needs the opportunity."

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 class- I on 26 September 2019. 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 and dance, enthralling everyone with their scintillating performances. 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:

 

NAME CLASS CATEGORY POSITION
AADYA AGGARWAL I-A DANCE FIRST
JASKYRA KAUR I-D SINGING FIRST
GUNIKA KALRA I-E DANCE SECOND
LAKSHAY ANAND I-C SINGING SECOND
JASGUR SINGH I-D SINGING SECOND
ISHANVI I-B DANCE THIRD
PRASANNIKA I-B SINGING THIRD
VIHAAN SINGH I-E SINGING THIRD
SHREYAS RAWAT I-D SINGING APPRECIATION
SARANSH MAHAJAN I-E SINGING APPRECIATION


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Talent Hunt Competition Class II 26th September 2019 – Talent Hunt Competition Class II

Talent is a universal gift, but it takes a lot of courage to use it. Don’t be afraid to be the best.

To provide platform to the students to exhibit their skills, a ‘Talent Hunt’ competition was organized for the students of class II on 26 September, 2019. The students showcased their inherent talents and performed with full zeal and confidence. The competition included three categories: Vocal Music, Dance and Instrumental Music. We had students with varied talent abilities and interests buried deep within them. The performances brought a smile on every face. There was a complete ambience of the joy. The whole place hummed with action with children giving vigorous performances in all categories. The audience was mesmerized by the performances.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS CATEGORY POSITION
JIGYASH II A SINGING FIRST
SAANVI TIWARI II C DANCE FIRST
KANAV JHA II C INSTRUMENT-KEYBOARD FIRST
PARASMAI KUMAR II B SINGING SECOND
AADYA VASHISTHA II B SINGING SECOND
STUTI II A DANCE SECOND
ANSHIKA II B DANCE SECOND
YERIK TYAGI II A INSTRUMENT-KEYBOARD SECOND
CHHAVI KATOCH II A SINGING THIRD
SATVIK GAHLOT II B SINGING THIRD
ANANYA SAXENA II C DANCE THIRD
KAVYA II A DANCE THIRD
SAATVIK GIRDHAR II B INSTRUMENT-KEYBOARD THIRD
MEHER SUDAN II A SINGING  


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Talent Hunt - Class Blooms 25th September 2019 – Talent Hunt - Class Blooms

Our school has been providing various opportunities to students to bring out their inherent talents. A Talent Hunt Competition was organized for the students of BLOOMS on 25 September 2019 to encourage the children to come forward and show their talents.

The main reason behind organizing this competition is to nurture the intrinsic qualities of students and remove the fear of stage among students, which helps in personality development too.

Students exhibited their talent in various activities like some of them sang shlokas, songs while others showcased lively dance performances

The students participated with full enthusiasm. It was indeed a mesmerizing event which would be etched in our memory for a long time.

The results are as follows:

NAME

CLASS

CATEGORY

POSITION

SENZELA

BLOOMS  - D

SINGING

FIRST

AVISHKA SINHA

BLOOMS - A

DANCE

FIRST

MALVINA SHARMA

BLOOMS  - A

SINGING

SECOND

SHANAYA RAUTELA

BLOOMS  - C

DANCE

SECOND

RITISHA

BLOOMS  - B

SINGING

THIRD

AJINKYA

BLOOMS  - B

SINGING

THIRD

SUPRIYA SHARMA

BLOOMS  - B

DANCE

THIRD




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We rise by Lifting Others 24th September 2019 – We rise by Lifting Others

When you are being selfless, you think of other people before yourself. When we selflessly put the needs of others before our own needs, we are called generous and kind.  But as we work to support the dreams and goals of those people, others begin to take notice of us and we quietly make the world a better place for one person at a time. 

The students of class BLOOMS - E presented an assembly on 24 September, 2019 to mark the same. The assembly began with few introductory lines where the audience was told that helping others is a privilege and an honour . They also presented a poem followed by a dance performance which added solemnity to the occasion. 

The assembly concluded by giving birthday wishes to the students.  In all, the assembly was a great success and was appreciated by all.



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Spellathon Class I 24th September 2019 – Spellathon Class I

"To learn to read is to light a fire; every syllable that is spelled out is a spark.”

Learning and revising spellings helps to cement the connection between letters and their sounds, which further improves reading and fluency of the children. Keeping this in mind, an Intra-Class Spellathon Competition was conducted for the students of class- I on 24 September 2019.

Students participated with great enthusiasm and they duelled through the toughest words with confidence. This competition was a wonderful learning source for the students, which helped in enriching the vocabulary bank of the students. We congratulate all the participants and winners.

The winners of the competition were as follows:


NAME

CLASS

POSITION

AADYA BANSAL

I-A

FIRST

NAMAN YADAV

I-B

FIRST

VIAAN

I-C

FIRST

SHRISTI PANDA

I-D

FIRST

VIHAAN SINGH

I-E

FIRST

VIVIKA AGARWAL

I-E

FIRST

ARIA HOODA

I-A

SECOND

AYAANSH PUNWAR

I-A

SECOND

AARAV ARORA

I-B

SECOND

DAKSH PANWAR

I-C

SECOND

KEASHAV RAJ

I-C

SECOND

JASGUR SINGH

I-D

SECOND

PARANJAY GUPTA

I-D

SECOND

DHANI

I-E

SECOND

DIVIJ SHARMA PULI

I-A

THIRD

KIERA GUPTA

I-A

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Spellathon Class II 23rd September 2019 – Spellathon Class II

Spellings improve reading and writing fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. Learning and revising spellings helps to cement the connection between letters and their sounds. Keeping this in mind, we at Sachdeva Global School, organized an Intra-Class Spellathon Competition for Classes II on 23 September 2019. All the students of Class II participated in the competition enthusiastically. Each child got an opportunity to challenge himself / herself to spell as many words as possible. The level of difficulty of words matched their age and caliber. They got an exposure to a world of difficult words from all the chapters that they have done so far. We congratulate all the participants and winners. 

The winners of the competition were as follows:


NAME

CLASS

POSITION

AAVYA BIRMHAN

II-A

FIRST

MEHER SUDAN

II-A

FIRST

SAATVIK GIRDHAR

II-B

FIRST

AADVIK SINGH

II-C

FIRST

HETARTH KAPOOR

II-D

FIRST

CHIRAG

II-E

FIRST

JIYA

II-E

FIRST

YERIK TYAGI

II-A

SECOND

PARTH YADAV

II-B

SECOND

TRISHA

II-C

SECOND

KANAV JHA

II-C

SECOND

MANNAT SINGHAL

II-D

SECOND

ANSHEE SHARMA

II-E

SECOND

APOORVI VASHISHT

II-E

SECOND

HRIMAN

II-A

THIRD

ISHRAT GHAI

II-B

THIRD

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Non Violence is the Weapon of the Strong 20th September 2019 – Non Violence is the Weapon of the Strong

“Be the change you wish to see in the World.”

The students of class V C presented the morning assembly on the topic “Non Violence is the Weapon of the Strong”. 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 assembly highlighted the importance of non-violence by paying a special tribute to the Father of the Nation- Mahatma Gandhi. The students also presented a skit which showcased the preachings given by Bapu in India’s struggle for freedom such as Honesty, Truthfulness, Peace and Non-violence. The assembly was finally concluded with the performance on a beautiful song “Vande Mataram” which filled the ambience with a feeling of unity and peace.

Thus, the message of the assembly was understood by all that we should follow the path of honesty, integrity, truthfulness and brotherhood. 



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Hindi Kavita Vachan Pratiyogita 18th September 2019 – Hindi Kavita Vachan Pratiyogita

The first five years of students are of vital importance in laying the foundation of personality and confidence building. 

Keeping this fact in view, Hindi Kavita Vaachan Pratiyogita on the topic Vaahan (Vehicles) was organised in the school for the students of BLOOMS on 18 September,  2019. It was a delight to hear these little ones.  The eye catching props added icing to the cake.  The children charmed their teachers and classmates with their poise and grace. 

The event was a success with maximum participation of the children from all the sections of BLOOMS. 

The results are as follows:


NAME

CLASS

POSITION

Rayan Pathania

BLOOMS - C

FIRST

Supriya Sharma

BLOOMS - B

SECOND

Shanaya Rautela

BLOOMS  - C

THIRD

Reyansh Dhanwaria

BLOOMS  - B

THIRD

Ravya Jain

BLOOMS  - C

APPRECIATION

Mahi

BLOOMS  - C

APPRECIATION

Amaya Singhal

BLOOMS  - D

APPRECIATION





Awareness Drive - Clean and Green India 18th September 2019 – Awareness Drive - Clean and Green India

Cleanliness plays a vital role in our lives and emphasizing the same, ‘Slogan Writing: Clean and Green India’ was organized for the students of Class II on 18 September 2019. The students participated enthusiastically in this event.

This activity of writing slogans was carried out to sensitize the students towards the need for a cleaner and healthier world. The students came up with a large number of interesting slogans written and presented beautifully. The aim of spreading awareness about the importance of cleanliness for a healthy, socially responsible and progressive nation was successfully achieved through this activity.



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Awareness Drive - Clean and Green India Class -I 18th September 2019 – Awareness Drive - Clean and Green India Class -I

“Awareness is the greatest agent for change.”

Preserving the beauty of our Earth is a collective responsibility. In order to sensitize students towards cleanliness and the need to conserve our environment, a colouring activity was held for class I on 18 September 2019 where the children participated zestfully.

The children showcased their imagination, choice of colours and creativity by colouring the pictures beautifully, highlighting the importance of keeping our city green, clean and serene. It was a great learning experience for students, imparting valuable knowledge to them about tree plantation and need for cleaner and healthier world.



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Haasya Kavi Sammelan 18th September 2019 – Haasya Kavi Sammelan

 

 

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Scholastic Book Fair September 2019 17th September 2019 – Scholastic Book Fair September 2019

Books are uniquely portable magic. Book fair are appetizer for further reading. They play a huge role in encouraging reading habit among people of all age groups.  Working on the theme, ‘Books are our best friends’. Sachdeva Global School organized Scholastic book Fair from 17 to 21 September 2019. 

Parents and students from classes III to V got a wonderful opportunity to browse and purchase Lexile marked books i.e the reading comprehension measurement.

These lexile marked books are of greater significance as the aim is to encourage and inculcate the love for reading among students and most importantly to read according to their lexile bandwidth which helps students to expand their knowledge and comprehension.





Meri Matrabhasha, Mera Gaurav 17th September 2019 – Meri Matrabhasha, Mera Gaurav

September 14 is celebrated as Hindi Diwas throughout our country to celebrate Hindi as one of the official language of India. The students of class BLOOMS – D presented an assembly to mark the day. The assembly started with a few introductory lines in Hindi on significance of Hindi Diwas and students emphasized that we should not forget Hindi language which had united our country during the freedom struggle spearheaded by Gandhiji. They also presented a poem followed by a dance performance which added solemnity to the occasion. 

The assembly was concluded by giving birthday wishes to the students. In all, the assembly was a great success and was appreciated by all.



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Hindi Diwas 12th September 2019 – Hindi Diwas

' निज भाषा उन्नति अहै, सब उन्नति को मूल '


मातृभाषा हिंदी के महत्व को प्रतिपादित करने के लिए विद्यालय के प्रांगण में 'हिंदी दिवस' के उपलक्ष्य में कक्षा पांचवी 'अ ' के विद्यार्थियों ने प्रार्थना सभा को बड़े उत्साह व जोश के साथ आयोजित किया।  सभा का आरम्भ राष्ट्रीय, अंतराष्ट्रीय, खेल-कूद व विद्यालय सम्बन्धी समाचारों में हुआ।  तत्पष्चात विद्यार्थियों ने हिंदी भाषा के उद्भव व अविरल विकास यात्रा पर प्रकाश डाला।  कक्षा के तीन विद्यार्थियों ने हिंदी दिवस क्यों मनाया जाता है, इससे विद्यार्थियों को अवगत करवाया।  प्रार्थना सभा का समापन विद्यार्थियों द्वारा सामूहिक गीत को प्रस्तुत करके हुआ।  प्रार्थना सभा में विद्यार्थियों का उत्साह व जोश सराहनीय था।



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Collage Making - The Life of Mahatma Gandhi 12th September 2019 – Collage Making - The Life of Mahatma Gandhi

Collage is a technique of art in which students get multiple pictures and information on a certain topic and compile them to a visual art. To enrich students experience in pictorial composition, a collage making activity on the life of Mahatma Gandhi was organised for the students of BLOOMS on Thursday, 12 September, 2019.
The children were divided into groups for this activity. This activity brought out their team building skills and helped to improve their motor skills.
The activity was successfully concluded and all the collages were displayed in the class. Children enjoyed the activity a lot because it was a completely new concept for them.


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Cleanliness Drive - Use of Three Types of Dustbin 12th September 2019 – Cleanliness Drive - Use of Three Types of Dustbin

To promote the values of cleanliness, discipline and respect for environment, a "Cleanliness Drive: Use Of Three Types Of Dustbins" was conducted for classes I and II of Sachdeva Global School, in which the students participated with great zest and enthusiasm. The aim of the drive was to educate and sensitize the students about the importance of cleanliness for a healthy, socially responsible and progressive nation. In this activity, an explanation of three types of dustbin was given to the students through PowerPoint presentation and a discussion was made. It was demonstrated to the students that which kind of waste goes to which colour- coded bin. They also took a pledge to clean their school, homes, public places and surroundings thereby creating awareness about the importance of being clean and he

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Hindi Nara Lekhan 11th September 2019 – Hindi Nara Lekhan

भारत माँ के भाल पर सजी स्वर्णिम बिंदी हूँ,
मैं भारत की बेटी, आपकी अपनी हिंदी हूँ।

11 सितम्बर, 2019 बुधवार को सचदेवा ग्लोबल स्कूल के प्रांगण में प्राथमिक विद्यार्थियों के लिए हिंदी दिवस के उपलक्ष में नारा लेखन गतिविधि का आयोजन किया गया।  जिसमें पाँचवी कक्षा के छात्रों का विषय 'सर्व धर्म संपन्न ', कक्षा चौथी का 'हिंदी हमारी मातृभाषा ' तथा कक्षा तीसरी का विषय 'स्वत्छता ' था।

नारा लेखन गतिविधि के द्वारा विद्यार्थियों को उपयुक्त विषयों के प्रति जागरूक करने के उद्देश्य से लेखन गतिविधि का आयोजन किया गया।  सभी विद्यार्थियों ने उत्साह और जोश के साथ नारा लेखन गतिविधि में भाग लिया और अपनी प्रतिभा का प्रदर्शन किया। 



Certificate Distribution Assembly - (Buds - II) 11th September 2019 – Certificate Distribution Assembly - (Buds - II)

Appreciation is better shown than told. Each student is special and they deserve appreciation for what they are good at. 

A certificate distribution assembly was conducted on 11 September’19 to facilitate the winners of various competitions held for the classes BUDS to II in the month of August. The winners were given certificates for ‘Fancy Dress Competition- I am an Indian’ held for Buds and ‘Fancy Dress Competition- Festivals’ held for Blooms, ‘Hindi Poem Recitation Competition- Matrabhumi Ke Rang, Nanhe Kavi Ke Sang’  held for Class I and ‘Hindi Moral Story Competition- Kahaniyon Ke Rang, Panchtantra Ke Sang’ held for Class II.

Hetarth Kapoor of II D and Apoorvi Vashisht of II E participated in an inter school Collage Making Competition ‘Knick-Knack’ held at Mount Carmel School, Dwarka. Both of them received participation certificates for the same.

The assembly was concluded with the National Anthem.



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Guidelines on Handwashing and Sanitizing 09th September 2019 – Guidelines on Handwashing and Sanitizing

Guidelines for handwashing and sanitizing were given to the students of BUDS & BLOOMS on 09.09.19. 

HOW TO WASH YOUR HANDS-

•Wet your hands with clean, running water (warm or cold), turn off the tap, and apply soap.

•Lather your hands by rubbing them together with the soap. Lather the backs of your hands, between your fingers, and under your nails.

•Scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds. 

•Rinse your hands well under clean running water.

•Dry your hands using a clean towel or air dry them.

HOW TO USE HAND SANITIZER

•Apply the gel product to the palm of one hand.

•Rub your hands together.

•Rub the gel over all the surfaces of your hands and fingers until your hands are dry. This should take around 20 seconds.





Tree Plantation Drive (Buds - Blooms) 06th September 2019 – Tree Plantation Drive (Buds - Blooms)

Plantation Drive was held in our school on 06.09.19. The students of BUDS & BLOOMS actively participated in the drive. Teachers and students went to plant saplings in the school premises.

The students planted various types of plants. The teachers explained about the trees and importance of planting trees. The school gardener taught them how to plant trees. Thereafter, they watered the plants. The students and teachers thoroughly enjoyed this PLANTATION DRIVE.





Teachers Day Assembly 05th September 2019 – Teachers Day Assembly

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 V B presented an informative assembly on the topic- ‘GURU DEVO BHAVA’ on Thursday, 5 September 2019. The students paid tribute to the teachers by dedicating the shloka ‘Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu Guru Devo Maheshwara,Guru Sakshat Para Brahma Tasmai Sri Gurave Namah’ followed by a skit showing various roles that a teacher plays in a student’s life. The assembly was enjoyed by one and all. It also motivated the teachers to be a better version of themselves and instilled the feeling of respect in students for their teachers.

 



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Inter House Carrom Competition 04th September 2019 – Inter House Carrom Competition

An Inter- House Carrom Competition was conducted in Sachdeva Global School on 4 September 2019.

Carom is one of the most popular indoor games in India. Once treated a pass time game , it is now played at competitive levels in an organized manner. It is a scientific game and is based on Physics and Geometry. It also requires skill and deep concentration .

The competition was held for classes III-V. The students participated with full enthusiasm and zeal. Four students from each house participated in the competition and portrayed their talent and skill in the game. Teachers from Department of Physical Education and Sports judged the event.

RESULTS:

First Position -Peace House

Second Position -Harmony House

Third Position -Pride House

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Leprosy Case Detection Campaign 03rd September 2019 – Leprosy Case Detection Campaign

As per discussion and decision taken in the district coordination committee regarding involvement of education department in leprosy case detection campaign, our school held an awareness program for leprosy in the form of painting slogan competition. This year’s theme for World Leprosy Day was ‘ending discrimination, stigma, and prejudice was also incorporated while organizing the awareness campaign. 

The best paintings from the painting slogan competition were selected and the students were made aware of the issues associated leprosy and how to tackle it.

 





Assembly - Teacher's Day 03rd September 2019 – Assembly - Teacher's Day

“A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite imagination and instill love for learning”.

September 5 is dedicated to Dr. S. Radhakrishnan- the second President of India who was a great academic philosopher and one of the well known diplomat, scholar, President of India and above all a teacher.

The students of class BLOOMS – C presented an assembly on the occasion of Teacher’s Day. They gave a brief introduction of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan followed by a mesmerizing dance performance on the tunes of ‘I love my teacher'. The little talents were very confident on stage. Children participated earnestly in the assembly.  Last but not the least, students presented a ‘Thank You' song for teachers. The assembly concluded with the birthday wishes. 

The assembly was a great success and was appreciated by all.





Swachhata Shapath 02nd September 2019 – Swachhata Shapath

SWACHHATA PAKHWADA is a nation-wide campaign in INDIA that aims to promote cleanliness in all the schools. The SHAPATH/ OATH taking ceremony marked a significant  beginning of SWACHHATA PAKHWADA in Sachdeva Global School on 2.09.19. It was the solemn occasion where the students of classes BUDS & BLOOMS were prepared to take an oath of keeping themselves and their surroundings clean.

The oath was as follows-

WE THE STUDENTS OF SACHDEVA GLOBAL SCHOOL TAKE A PLEDGE THAT WE’LL KEEP OURSELVES AND OUR SURROUNDINGS NEAT AND CLEAN.



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Annual Picnic to Kidzania 31st August 2019 – Annual Picnic to Kidzania

“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 classes I and II  had this thrilling picnic to Kidzania, Noida on 31st August 2019, 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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Sports Do Not Build Up The Character, They Reveal It 29th August 2019 – Sports Do Not Build Up The Character, They Reveal It

Sportsmanship is an aspiration or ethos that a sport or activity will be enjoyed for its own sake, with proper consideration for fairness, ethics, respect, and a sense of fellowship with one's competitors. In order to celebrate it, class VIII-C presented a well-organized assembly on 29th August 2019. A deep insight into the news bulletin including the national, international, sports and school news was given by the students. The nuances of being a true sportsman was exhibited through a radio show where the renowned sports personalities were portrayed by the students. In an interview, they shared their struggle which gave the platform to students to enhance their oratorical skills. Followed by this, students presented a musical enactment of the famous poem “Nine Gold Medals” which left the audience spellbound. The assembly ended with the felicitation ceremony of the prize winners followed by pearls of wisdom by the HOS, Ms Sumana Dutta Sarkar.

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Math Treasure Hunt 28th August 2019 – Math Treasure Hunt

The Math treasure hunt competition was held for students of classes III – V on 28 August 2019. concepts. The students followed a trail of clues and mathematical problems, each clue contained a hint to where the next clue was hidden. Students solved the hint with lot of interest and thinking. Three students from each house were selected through a preliminary round of math treasure hunt. Overall, it was an enriching, interesting and fun filled activity which helped students in strengthening certain mathematical concepts. 

RESULTS:

FIRST POSITION  - HARMONY HOUSE   

SECOND POSITION- PEACE  HOUSE   

THIRD POSITION  - GLORY HOUSE



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Kahaniyon Ke Rang, Panchtantra Ke Sang 28th August 2019 – Kahaniyon Ke Rang, Panchtantra Ke Sang

“Stories can conquer fear... they can make the heart bigger.”

Stories with morals teach children about being sensitive and accepting the values of friendship and loyalty, courage and honesty, overcoming obstacles and apologizing. In order to instill these positive values in the children a Hindi story telling competition- “KAHANIYON KE RANG, PANCHTANTRA KE SANG was organized for the students of class II on 28 August 2019.

The students came up with excellent stories and narrated them confidently. Based on their individual performances in the preliminary round, students were then selected for the final round. The students performed extremely well. They were dressed in appropriate costumes and used beautiful props to depict their stories. The competition helped the students in understanding the moral values, good behavior and positive character traits. 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

  MEHER SUDAN

II A

I

SAATVIK GIRDHAR

II B

II

HETARTH KAPOOR

II D

II

YERIK TYAGI

II A

III

PARINITA SHARMA

II A

APPRECIATION

HARSHIV ROY

II D

APPRECIATION

AAROHI GUPTA

II C

APPRECIATION

JAITIK YADAV

II C

APPRECIATION

MAYANSHI AHUJA

II C

APPRECIATION

DEEKSHANT RANGA

II D

APPRECIATION

CHIRAG

II E

APPRECIATION

 

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Janmashthami 27th August 2019 – Janmashthami

“Festivals are characterised by colour, gaiety, enthusiasm, prayers and rituals."

An assembly was conducted by BLOOMS – B on Tuesday 27th August,  2019 on the occasion of Janamashtami,  a festival which commemorates the earthly arrival of Lord Krishna.

The assembly began with few introductory lines where the audience was told about how the festival is celebrated with pomp and gaiety all over India. They also presented a poem followed by a dance performance which added solemnity to the occasion. 

The assembly concluded with a message on the significance of Janmashtami as a festival which encourages goodwill and togetherness. 



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Kavi Sammelan – Matrabhumi Ke Rang, Nanhe Kavi Ke Sang 26th August 2019 – Kavi Sammelan – Matrabhumi Ke Rang, Nanhe Kavi Ke Sang

 “Poetry is simply the most beautiful, impressive, and widely effective mode of saying things.”
                                        Matthew Arnold

Poetry is the rhythmical creation of beauty in words. To reiterate this, a Hindi poem recitation competition for class I, was held on the topic ‘Matrabhumi ke Rang, Nanhe Kavi ke Sang’ on 26 August 2019. The competition inspired the students to come forward and showcase their talent. The students recited the poems with great fondness and zeal for the country. The spectators enjoyed the perfection of expression, thoughts, emotions, rhythm and music of words.

Students were judged on the parameters like content, confidence, pronunciation, fluency, props and costume.
The audience were thrilled by the articulation and memory skills of the students. Everyone was delighted after seeing their pleasing performances. The feeling of patriotism filled the air with affection and respect for the motherland. All the students were appreciated for their confidence and wonderful performances.

The result of the competition was as follows:

NAME CLASS
ARIA HOODA I-C
VIVIKA AGARWAL I-E
KAVISHA TOMAR I-B
SAANVIKA SINGH RAWAT I-D
ISHANVI JUYAL I-B
VIHAAN SINGH I-E
DIARA GANGULY I-A
AADYA AGGARWAL I-A
MANAN SHARMA I-C
DHANESH KANWAR VERMA I-E


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Inter House Science Quiz Competition 23rd August 2019 – Inter House Science Quiz Competition

To expose the students to new facets of awareness of the Human body, Chemistry and Physics combining Environmental concerns, an Inter-House Science Quiz was held at Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka Sec-18, for students of Classes VI to VIII, on Friday, 23 August 2019.

The quiz was held in one category with six rounds respectively:

ROUND I- Invention and Discovery Round

ROUND II- Visual Round

ROUND III- Audio/Visual Round

ROUND IV- Spell Bee 

ROUND V- Buzzer Round

ROUND VI- Rapid Fire 

Each house was a team of three participants which included one student per class. The finalists were shortlisted through a preliminary round conducted in the form of a written test across classes.

Each house exuberated confidence as they answered the questions posed to them while being cheered by their house mates from the audience. The varied types of questions asked triggered the curious minds and made it fun and learning event for all.

The quiz ended with the declaration of the results. Glory House bagged the first position followed by Pride House in the second position and Harmony House in third.



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Assembly - We Give What We Have 22nd August 2019 – Assembly - We Give What We Have

We can only give away what we have inside ourselves.

In order to understand more about it students of class VIII B presented an assembly on 22nd August 2019, on the topic  “We give what we have”.

The assembly started with updation of happenings around the nation and world followed by sports news, weather report and school news. Then some students did an enactment  presenting some famous personalities – Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, Barack Obama, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. They focused on their works and how they contributed towards welfare of society inspite of all the difficulties and struggles they had in their lives.

The planet on which we live – The Earth , also can give to us , only what it has. One of the student enacted as Earth and requested audience to use resources well and replenish the planet, so that our future generation can also feel pleasure of living on Earth.

As it is monsoon season going on, one of the student has also given a speech spreading awareness about water borne diseases.

The assembly concluded with award felicitation ceremony by our HOS, Ms Sumana Dutta Sarkar.



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Fancy Dress Competition - Festivals 21st August 2019 – Fancy Dress Competition - Festivals

Scholastic and Co-Scholastic activities have an equal importance for the all round development of the child. 

Keeping this in view, a Fancy Dress Competition on the theme “Festivals” was organised for the students of class BLOOMS on Wednesday, 21 August, 2019.

The purpose of conducting the competition was not only to blend learning with fun but also to develop confidence in the students by giving them an opportunity to get on the stage and speak in front of the audience. 

Children dressed up in their colourful costumes and spoke a few sentences on the character that they depicted. The effort and hard work of children was highly commendable. The objective of the competition was met as students learnt about different festivals.

All our little ones were looking adorable. They won our hearts with their exuberance and enthusiasm.

The results are as follows:

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

AJINKYA 

BLOOMS - B

FIRST

SUPRIYA SHARMA 

BLOOMS - B

FIRST

AMAYA SINGHAL 

BLOOMS  - D

SECOND 

AVISHKA SINHA 

BLOOMS  - A

SECOND 

SHIVJIT SINGH

BLOOMS  - D

SECOND 

ANIKET SHOKEEN

BLOOMS  - D

THIRD 

RAYAN  PATHANIA

BLOOMS  - C

THIRD 

SHOURYA

BLOOMS  - E

THIRD 

 





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Inter House Taekwondo Competition-2019 21st August 2019 – Inter House Taekwondo Competition-2019

An Inter- House table TAEKWONDO Competition for classes III-V was conducted in Sachdeva Global School on 21 August 2019. Best students from each house participated in the competition and enthusiastically exhibited their skill and talent in this martial art. They showcased high level of energy in their performances. This gave them a sound understanding of their own strengths and weaknesses.


Results:

First Position -PRIDE HOUSE

Second Position -GLORY HOUSE

Third Position -PEACE HOUSE



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Atal Tinkers Fest 21st August 2019 – Atal Tinkers Fest

An Inter School competition was held at Bal Bharti Public School on 21st August, 2019.Hardik Bhagtani of class VII D brought laurels to school by bagging the 2nd  position at Atal Tinker Fest.

The theme of the competition was ‘I am a student maker’. Students had to create a useful model from discarded materials at home. The participants used their imaginations and technical skills to create innovative and useful equipments.

Hardik created a handy and cost effective vaccum Cleaner by using waste plastic bottles.He skilfully presented his model and was able to answer the questions confidentally asked by the judge.





Be Indian, Buy Indian 20th August 2019 – Be Indian, Buy Indian

Our economy is in our hands...... SAVE THE INDIAN RUPEE. !!!

Our economy is in crisis.  It is not growing fast because we are not promoting Indian products and we all want to buy foreign products.

An assembly was conducted by BLOOMS – A on Tuesday, 20th August, 2019 on the topic “Be Indian, Buy Indian”. The assembly began with few introductory lines where children threw light on the importance of using Indian goods. They also presented an English rhyme on the same.

The objective of this assembly was to enable the children to know that Economic Independence is real freedom. We should use Indian products and buy products manufactured by Indian Companies.

BE INDIAN AND BUY INDIAN.

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Inter Class Fancy Dress Competition 19th August 2019 – Inter Class Fancy Dress Competition

Scholastic and co-scholastic activities have an equal importance for the all round development of the child. Keeping this in mind, we at Sachdeva Global School conducted an Inter Class Fancy Dress Competition on the theme “I AM AN INDIAN” for the students of Buds. The purpose of conducting the competition was to develop confidence in the students by giving them an opportunity to get on the stage and speak in front of an audience. The students dressed up in their colourful costumes and depicted their role models like Laxmi Bai, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Ram Prasad Bismil, Bharat Mata, a fighter pilot and a soldier etc. The tiny tots looked smart and they spoke beautiful sentences about the character that they depicted. The effort and hard work of the students was highly commendable.

The results of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
NAMOSTU SAMEER DEOLEKAR BUDS-B I
ADVAIT NAIR BUDS- B II
AASHVI TYAGI BUDS-C III
KAASHVI GAHLOT BUDS-E APPRECIATION
REYA AGGARWAL BUDS-A APPRECIATION


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Inter House Yoga Competition III - V 14th August 2019 – Inter House Yoga Competition III - V

Sachdeva Global School believes in the holistic development of the children and inculcates in them the streak to excel in all fields. Yoga also forms an integral part of the school curriculum.

Inter House Yoga Competition for classes III – V under  SUB JUNIOR CATEGORY was conducted on 14 August  2019 in school premises. Four students from each house participated and gave a tough competition to the other teams showcasing a great team spirit. Students moved from one pose to another effortlessly and seamlessly. It was a great delight to see the participants perform various asanas with so much agility.        

Results:

First Position-Harmony House

Second Position-Pride House

Third Position -Glory House



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Assembly on Certificate Distribution 13th August 2019 – Assembly on Certificate Distribution

Appreciation is better shown than told. Each student is special and they deserve appreciation for what they are good at. 

A certificate distribution assembly was conducted on 13th August’19 to facilitate the winners of various competitions held for the classes BUDS to II in the month of July. The winners were given certificates for ‘Colouring Competition’ held for Buds, ‘Tearing and Pasting Competition’ held for Blooms, ‘Pot Decoration Competition’ held for Class I and ‘Poem Recitation Competition’ held for Class II.

The assembly was concluded by Pre Primary Incharge Ms. Mitali Sehrawat, who also congratulated all the winners and encouraged them to do well in their future endeavours.



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Camel Colour Contest 09th August 2019 – Camel Colour Contest

"Creativity doesn't wait for that perfect moment. It fashions its own perfect moments out of ordinary ones." -- Bruce Garrabrandt

In this light a Camel Art Contest was organized on 09 August 2019, for classes III to V. The students showcased their creativity by drawing and painting on the given topics. The topic for class III & IV WAS “LETS MAKE LEARNING FUN” wherein, the topic given to class V was “GUARDIANS OF OUR NATION (INDIAN ARMED FORCES- ARMY/NAVY/AIRFORCE)”.

All the students participated enthusiastically and showcased their imagination in a creative and artistic way.



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Independence Day 09th August 2019 – Independence Day

On the momentous occasion of 73rd Anniversary of Independence Day of the country Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka organised a cultural event to commemorate the event on August 9, 2019.

The event began with the unfurling of the National Flag on the rhythmic tunes of the National Anthem, followed by a motivating speech by Shri S. K. Sachdeva, Chairman of Sachdeva Group of Schools.  The event was also attended by other members of the board- Dr. R.C. Chadha, Mrs. Kiran Ghambhir, Dr. S. N. Maheshwari, Mr. Anil Sachdeva and Mr. Sunil Maheshwari. 

Students also presented a cultural show which focused on the journey of how India gained independence and the progress that the Indians have made since then.

Saluting the spirit of independence, a pledge taking ceremony was organised which was an initiative to awaken the spirit of all the citizens that they should leave no stone unturned and work towards the progress of the nation.

To mark the closing of the ceremony, tri coloured balloons were released by the dignitaries.



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Friendship - The Greatest Healing Therapy 08th August 2019 – Friendship - The Greatest Healing Therapy

‘A good friend is like a four-leaf clover; hard to find and lucky to have.’

Friendship is like a sapling of plant which grows by time and matures to become a tree of strong bond of mutual affection and care.  It should always be kept away from the termites of ego and self-respect so that the fruits of friendship can make our lives sweeter and healthier.

Elaborating more on this special bond called ‘Friendship’, the students of class I-E presented a wonderful assembly on the topic ‘Friendship- The Greatest Healing Therapy’. The students beautifully delivered their thoughts on friendship by taking famous example of the eternal bond of friendship between Lord Krishna and Shri Sudama, which did full justice to the topic, landing them a handsome applause.

This was followed by a rhythmic and melodic poem recitation by students, acknowledging the importance of friendship. The assembly was concluded with giving birthday wishes to the students.

 



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Movie Time - The Lion King 03rd August 2019 – Movie Time - The Lion King

Recreation is an important part of life and movies provide the avenue. From the moment we indulge in watching a movie, we are transformed into a new world where our mind is at ease and we have an exhilarating experience. In order to give a recreational break to the students from their daily routine, a movie show was organized by Sachdeva Global School for the students of classes BUDS & BLOOMS. They were accompanied by their class teachers to watch the movie- THE LION KING.

The plot follows Simba, a young lion who must embrace his role as the rightful king of his native land following the murder of his father- Mufasa, at the hands of his uncle- Scar.

The students thoroughly enjoyed the movie and the refreshments. The excitement was evident on their faces. It was indeed a wonderful and refreshing experience.

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Law as a Career Option - Workshop 02nd August 2019 – Law as a Career Option - Workshop

Sachdeva Global School organized a workshop for classes XI and XII students on 2nd August 2019 on the Topic- Law as a career option.

The resource person Mr. Amandeep from Pratham Group of Institutes, Dwarka conducted a one and a half hour workshop which was held in the school. It was an educative and enlightening experience. Mr. Amandeep, was able to manage the student’s discipline while being jovial and friendly.

He discussed about law as an important and upcoming career option for students. He also enlightened students with various careers opportunities after pursuing law and how to get into various law colleges. He inspired the students to read about various entrances, colleges and their admission criteria. Overall, it was a holistic learning experience which students liked and appreciated.





Inter Class Sudoku Competition 2019 31st July 2019 – Inter Class Sudoku Competition 2019

An Inter Class Sudoku Competition was held for students of classes III - V on 31st July, 2019. The quintessential Sudoku is much more than just a grid if numbers, it helps in sharpening the mind. Sudoku is a logic based number placement puzzle. Students solved the Sudoku with lot of interest and thinking. One student from every section was selected through a preliminary round of Sudoku.

Results: n the final round Arnav Phogat of III C, Ankush Pal of IV A and Suvan Patra of V C were declared winners from every class.

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Poem Recitation Competition - Trees Our Green Friends 31st July 2019 – Poem Recitation Competition - Trees Our Green Friends

The musical and rhythmic words of the poetry are enjoyed by the students. They enjoy the beauty of thoughts, feelings, expressions, and rhyming in the poem. Taking this as a consideration, we provided the students of Class II with an opportunity to exhibit their talent and recite poems on the topic- ‘TREES: OUR GREEN FRIENDS’ in the Poem Recitation Competition. The final round of this competition was conducted on 31 July 2019. The children came up with different poems and recited them with great zeal and enthusiasm. This competition was a stepping stone for the young students to develop their verbal skills and to boost their confidence. Students were judged on the parameters like pronunciation, fluency, content, confidence, voice modulation, props and costume. All the students were appreciated for their confidence and wonderful performances.


The results of the competition were as follows:

NAME CLASS POSITION
MEHER SUDAN II-A I
AAVYA BIRHMAN II-A I
HETARTH KAPOOR II-D II
SAATVIK GIRDHAR II-B II
RAMANPREET KAUR II D III
REYANSH BHARGAVA II-D III
APOORVI VASHISHT II-E APPRECIATION
SAANVI TIWARI II-C APPRECIATION
YERIK TYAGI II-A APPRECIATION


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Family is Strength 30th July 2019 – Family is Strength

“Family gives the roots to stand tall and strong.”

 A family is the first institution in which child receives the basic values of life. It provides the framework for emotional, financial and material support for child’s growth and development. Family gives us the strength we need to get through the bad times and celebrate the good ones. Stressing on the importance of the same, the students of class I-D presented an assembly on the topic ‘Family is strength’ on 30 July 2019. The students spoke about each family member and their importance in our lives. This was followed by a beautiful dance performance on the song ‘Together we are a family’. The students enthralled everyone with their energetic performance. The assembly was concluded with giving birthday wishes to the students.



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Annual School Exhibition 2019 27th July 2019 – Annual School Exhibition 2019

We organised our “Annual School Exhibition", on July 27, 2019. Every year students of classes 3-9 showcase their creativity and knowledge through different models that they make as part of their holiday’s homework. This year was no different and students came forward in large numbers to display their exhibits on topics related to Mathematics, Science, Computer Science, Robotics, Social Science and even languages such as Sanskrit and French. 

Almost 200 models were up on display in the school’s auditorium. Students had designed and created innovative pieces to display basic concepts such as – the solar villages, parts of the human anatomy, plant and animal cell, laws of reflection of sound and light, electro-magnetic cells, practical applications of a dynamo, etc. These models are a clear indication of how well the STEM methodology has been integrated into our curriculum. 

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

Closely followed by science, were some beautiful exhibits from the field of Mathematics, Social Science, French and Sanskrit. Models exhibiting the Indus valley Civilization, landscapes, TGV train systems, the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre- were the main attractions in these sections.  These exhibits were an amazing recreation of their real objects. The Sanskrit department presented exhibits on social themes such as pollution and on informative topics such as the zoo, India Nobel Prize winners, planets, gurukulam, famous Indian personalities in different fields  etc.

The Computer Science and the Robotics section continued to display more innovative stuff this year. Students of class VII presented models on innovative futuristic technologies and artificial intelligence. The students also displayed programmable bots and a prototype of the home automation solution.

This year “Digital Designing&3D Printing” was a new introduction to the IT section. Students of the club, have been able to design innovative objects in a short span of just 2 months. Some of their projects were on display during the exhibition. 

Our school believes in learning by doing and observation and this year’s “Annual School Exhibition” was indeed a display of our school’s vision to imbibe creativity, scientific methodology and engineering into our teaching scheme.



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Health - State or a Way of Life 25th July 2019 – Health - State or a Way of Life

Students of class IX-C conducted morning assembly on July 25, 2019. The theme for the assembly was 'Health - state or a way of life. ‘The students through their assembly wanted to emphasize on healthy lifestyle and good hygiene habits. The foundation of success is good health and basis of happiness. Subsequently, a person cannot accumulate a fortune being sick hence, a calm mind brings inner strength and self-confidence. 

With this theme, the assembly began with the thought for the day by Khushi. Samridhi and Geetanjali were the anchors for the assembly. The thought was then followed by the International news by Aniket, National news by Rudra, School news by Yagyan, sports news by Harsh and weather by Niel.

Gauri, Rashi, Archie along with the students covered the importance of healthy eating habits and the ill-effects of the junk food, environmental cleanliness and importance of health and physical education through an enthralling enactment.

The assembly concluded with the birthdays of the week.



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Kargil Vijay Diwas Celebration 25th July 2019 – Kargil Vijay Diwas Celebration

To commemorate the 20th Anniversary of Kargil Vijay Diwas, Sachdeva Global School organised various activities from 25th-31st July, 2019 for Classes VI-VIII. 

The students were made aware of the historic Kargil war through a video depicting its history and the various challenges faced by our soldiers. Various activities like poster making, debates, painting competition and essay writing competition were organised. The activities helped in instilling a patriotic fervour and respect for our soldiers. 

The students were impressed to know about the strategic and tactical techniques used by our Army, the self-imposed national strategy of restraint in keeping the war limited to Kargil-Siachen sectors, and the display of courage and determination by our jawans in the Kargil War. Thus, the activity was able to fulfil the theme of this year’s celebration-‘Remember, Rejoice and Renew’.The students 'remembered' the martyrs, by revisiting the sacrifices and instilling pride and respect among them, they 'rejoiced' by celebrating the victory in Kargil and they 'renewed' the resolve to safeguard the honour of the tricolour.





Pot Decoration- Each One, Plant One 24th July 2019 – Pot Decoration- Each One, Plant One

It is said that the nature is man’s best friend.  With the intend of strengthening the bond of tiny tots with nature, a ‘Pot Decoration’ competition was organised on the theme ‘Each One Plant One’ for the students of class-I on 24 July 2019. 

During the competition students displayed their creativity by decorating the earthen pots using colours and different decorative materials.The students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm which filled the atmosphere with the spirit of mirth, happiness and love.

 

The winners were selected on the basis of creativity, neatness and overall presentation. The competition gave the students an opportunity to showcase their talent. The work of each and every student was acknowledged and appreciated.

 The results of the competition were as follows.

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

KIERA GUPTA

I-A

FIRST

SAARVI ROY

I-B

FIRST

LAKSHAY ANAND

I-C

FIRST

SAANVIKA SINGH RAWAT

I-D

FIRST

SIDDHI ANAND

I-E

FIRST

AADYA BANSAL

I-A

SECOND

KANISHKA JOSHI

I-A

SECOND

SAESHA JAIN

I-B

SECOND

ANANYA SAINI

I-C

SECOND

LAVANYA SHEKHAWAT

I-D

SECOND

BHAVESH YADAV

I-E

SECOND

AYAANSH PURWAR

I-A

THIRD

ANAYA NAGPAL

I-B

THIRD

ISHANVI JUYAL

I-B

THIRD

NEIL RAUT

I-C

THIRD

YASHASVI GAHLOT

I-D

THIRD

ABHINAV TEWATIA

I-E

THIRD

ARIA HOODA

I-A

APPRECIATION

RIYA KUMARI

I-A

APPRECIATION

UNNATI RAMA JHA

I-B

APPRECIATION

MANAN SHARMA

I-C

APPRECIATION

AANYA DADHWAL

I-C

APPRECIATION

ANUJ

I-D

APPRECIATION

JASGUR SINGH

I-D

APPRECIATION

ANHAD CHAUHAN

I-E

APPRECIATION

ARMAAN SHEIKH

I-E

APPRECIATION

 



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Eat Right - Say Goodbye to Junk Bites 23rd July 2019 – Eat Right - Say Goodbye to Junk Bites

‘We are what we eat.’

 

Good nutrition is necessary for living a healthy life. Eating healthy food assists a person in enhancing the physical and mental well-being. There’s a saying ‘old habits die hard’ but for the sake of our health, it is necessary to discard old bad habits and adapt the good ones. 

 

To enlighten us more on our eating habits class I-C conducted a morning assembly on the topic ‘EAT RIGHT- SAY GOODBYE TO JUNK BITES’ on 23rd July 2019. The students delivered their thoughts on the importance of eating healthy food and the disadvantages of junk food. This was culminated by spectacular dance performance on healthy food versus junk food using beautiful props. It was an informative assembly that inspired everyone to eat right and thrust aside the unhealthy lifestyle. The assembly concluded with giving birthday wishes to the students.



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DNA Workshop 23rd July 2019 – DNA Workshop

Sachdeva Global School organized a workshop for classes XI and XII biology students on 23rd July, 2019 on the Topic- Escherichia Genomics.

The resource person Mr. Pankaj Singh from Escherichia Genomics Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi conducted a six hour workshop which was held in the school. It was an informative and enlightening experience. Mr. Pankaj was able to manage the class environment/discipline while being jovial and friendly.

He discussed the topics such as DNA isolation, PCR Technique and Gel electrophoresis related to DNA Fingerprinting. Each student had the opportunity to perform experiments on their own. 

It was an interactive session with several first-hand experiences for all the attendees.  The students enjoyed the one to one interaction and were 100% involved throughout the session. He inspired the students to focus on the practical knowledge of the subject. Overall, it was a holistic learning experience which was liked and appreciated by the students.



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NTSE Workshop 22nd July 2019 – NTSE Workshop

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is a national-level scholarship program in India to identify and recognize students with high intellect and academic talent. To prepare strategies for this prestigious exam, the school had organized a workshop for the students of class X.

The resources person Mr. Deepak Sing, from Narayana academy, was the key speaker of the day he is preparing students for the past 12 years for various Olympiad examinations, NTSE, JSTSE and KYPY. He made the students aware about exam pattern and preparation for different sections. He also discussed various short cut methods to deduce answers and gave a hand-on-experience for solving questions from the Mental Ability Section. Overall, It was an enriching experience for all the learners.





Launching of Chandrayaan II - Workshop 22nd July 2019 – Launching of Chandrayaan II - Workshop

Chandrayaan-II is India's second lunar exploration mission after Chandrayaan-I. Developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation, the mission was launched from Sriharikota Space Center on 22 July 2019 to the Moon. To celebrate the successful launching of Chandryan II School had organized a workshop for classes VII-XII on Launching of Chandryan II.

The workshop was taken by Mr Yogesh, Educator of SPACE India organisation. He also appeared on various news channels while launching of Chandryan 2. Students were made aware of the parts and scientific objectives of the Chandrayaan-II mission. It filled the audience with a sense of pride to be the fourth nation of the world which landed on the moon. The session was very enriching and interactive. Students relived the incredibly proud moment by watching the launching video.



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The Orientation Program for the Parents of Class X & XII 20th July 2019 – The Orientation Program for the Parents of Class X & XII

The orientation program for the parents of Class X & XII was held on Saturday, 20 July, 2019 in the School Auditorium. Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar, the Head of School detailed parents about the challenges of upcoming session, academics and ways to facilitate the learning process. She threw light on the concerns like punctuality, dress code, use of social media, homework, attendance, importance of reading books and newspaper.

She also deliberated upon the Parent-Teacher Relationship and emphasized on bridging the gap between parents, teachers and children. She also urged the parents to be active in communicating with the teachers and be more appreciative of their children.

Subsquently, a detailed presentation was also put forth the regarding the examination pattern, new scheme of evaluation, internal and external assessments along with their weightage .She also talked about the importance of maintaining notebooks and parameters on which the child will be assessed in the coming session.

This orientation program concluded with an interaction between parents and principal which was very fruitful also, the queries raised by parents were duly answered by the head of school.



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Inter House Chess Competition 20th July 2019 – Inter House Chess Competition

An Inter- House Chess Competition was conducted in Sachdeva Global School. The competition was held at two levels i.e. III-V and VI-VIII. The students participated with full enthusiasm and zeal. Two students from each house participated in the competition. The students portrayed their talent and Chess skills. They showcased an enthusiastic performance with Concentration. The results of the competition are as follows-

 

RESULTS: Classes (III-V)

First Position -Harmony House

Second Position -Peace House

Third Position -Pride House

 

RESULTS: Classes (VI-VIII)

First Position -Harmony House

Second Position -Glory House

Third Position -Pride House





Inter- House Table-Tennis Competition 20th July 2019 – Inter- House Table-Tennis Competition

Report: Inter House Table-Tennis Competition-2019

 

An Inter- House Table-Tennis Competition was conducted in Sachdeva Global School. The competition was held for classes III-V. The students participated with full enthusiasm and interest. Best students from each house participated in the competition. The students portrayed their talent and skills. They showcased an excellent performance. 

The results of the competition are as follows-

First Position -Peace House

Second Position -Pride House

Third Position -Glory House



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Tree Plantation Drive by Students 19th July 2019 – Tree Plantation Drive by Students

A plantation drive was carried out by the students of the Science and Environment club on 19thjuly as a part of celebrating Van Mahotsav with an aim to spread awareness about the significance of plantation to general public. 

The students as well the teachers planted saplings along the Master Plan Road Number 205 with the help of DDA, Axis Bank and Paramarthi, an NGO working on cleanliness of the city.

Students holding posters, banners and placards displaying pro-environment slogans urged the public to plant trees and save environment.

The students pledged to take care of the planted saplings in future and make the environment greener and healthy for all.



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Van Mahotsav 18th July 2019 – Van Mahotsav

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

This festival spreads the awareness among people and portrays the need of planting and tending of trees, as trees are one of the best ways to prevent global warming and reduce pollution.

To spread awareness about the importance of trees, students of class I-A conducted the morning assembly on ‘Let’s plant life – Celebrating Van Mahotsav’ on 18 July 2019. The students used props and slogans to highlight the vitality of trees. Students also laid emphasis to plant, nurture and conserve trees. Thereafter, a poem titled ‘Aao Paed Lagaye Hum’ was recited by the students.

The assembly was concluded by Primary Incharge Ms. Mitali Sehrawat, who also emphasised upon the importance of planting trees and encouraged students to save Mother Nature.



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Assembly - Silence is Consent 18th July 2019 – Assembly - Silence is Consent

“We will not remember the words of our enemies but the silence of our friends” Marthin Luther rightly quoted. With this thought the students of class IX-B presented the class assembly on 18th July 2019 on the theme ‘Silence is consent”.

They emphasized on how ‘Silence’ shows that you are agreeing to the wrong things happenings around you.

Angeera and Vannya were the comparers for the day. The thought of the day was presented by Krish, followed by International News by Sanskar, National News by Prince, School news by Pushkar, Sports News by Tanmay.

The students presented a skit on the theme “Silence is consent” With the help of various situations they emphasized the fact that keeping quite has contributed to significant increase in crimes in our society. The skit was followed by a self-composed poem by Anshika.

The students also presented a mime on the same theme which focused on the fact that knowingly people remain silent since they find it to be the easiest action.

To awaken all the students of the school an inspiring and thought provoking speech was delivered by Lamha on how everyone should raise a voice against any injustice happening either to oneself or any other.

Finally Ujjwal and Raghav announced all the birthdays of the week and wished them all a happy and prosperous life ahead.



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Inter-House Science Quiz 17th July 2019 – Inter-House Science Quiz

An Inter House Science Quiz Competition was held for classes III-V on 17 July 2019. There were four teams comprising of three participants, one each from classes III, IV and V. The competition comprised of four rounds namely; Do You Remember, Buzzer, Can You Guess and Rapid Fire. Every round of the quiz was a mixed bag, with questions ranging from the oldest to the latest contributions of science. 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. Harmony House bagged the first position followed by Glory House in the second position and Peace House stood at the third position.

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

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Colouring Competition Theme - shapes 17th July 2019 – Colouring Competition Theme - shapes

To enhance the creativity of the little ones a colouring competition on the theme ‘Shapes’ was organized for class Buds on 17 July 2019. The little ones were given a worksheet with a picture of an engine with different shapes on it. Children enjoyed this colouring activity where they were able to portray their imagination, choice of colours and creativity. They were free to use the colours of their choice. Winners were selected on the basis of neatness, strokes, choice of colours and overall presentation.

The results of the competition were as follows:

NAME

CLASS /SEC

POSITION

RUHI

BUDS-A

FIRST

SHANAYA RANA

BUDS -A

FIRST

MAANVI AGARWAL

BUDS-A

SECOND

REYA AGGARWAL

BUDS-A

THIRD

VANSHRI GANGWAR

BUDS-A

APPRECIATION

 

 

 

VIHAAN GARG

BUDS-B

FIRST

ARYAN KUMAR

BUDS-B

SECOND

NAMOSTU SAMEER DEOLEKAR

BUDS-B

THIRD

RAVYA VERMA

BUDS-B

APPRECIATION

 

 

 

HARSHEEL

BUDS-C

FIRST

AASHVI TYAGI

BUDS-C

SECOND

SIDDHARTH BACHHRAJ

BUDS-C

THIRD

ANANYA SHUKLA

BUDS-C

APPRECIATION

 

 

 

ABHISHA SHARMA

BUDS-D

FIRST

INAYA TYAGI

BUDS-D

SECOND

NISHU

BUDS-D

THIRD

KRIYANSH PRASANNA BARUAH

BUDS-D

APPRECIATION

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Tearing and Pasting Competition 17th July 2019 – Tearing and Pasting Competition

“Creativity is intelligence having fun.”

Children love to tear paper from an early age and we can use that love for tearing paper intelligently and creatively. Therefore, a tearing and pasting competition was organised for the students of BLOOMS on Wednesday, 17 July 2019.

Our children skilfully tore coloured papers and pasted them in a picture of a house.  The objective was to strengthen their fine motor skills and to enhance their aesthetic sense. It gave us immense pride to see the little hands working so efficiently.  The students also enjoyed themselves immensely while doing this paper art.  It was challenging for the judges to select the best entries.

The winners of the competition were:
NAME CLASS POSITION
AJINKYA BLOOMS - A FIRST
VIDUSHI SUNDEEP  BLOOMS - A FIRST
AJINKYA BLOOMS  - B FIRST
NEILINA BLOOMS  - C FIRST
AMAYA SINGHAL BLOOMS  - D FIRST
AAYUSHI MEHTA BLOOMS  - E FIRST
MAAHI GODARA BLOOMS  - A SECOND
SUPRIYA SHARMA BLOOMS  - B SECOND
SHANAYA RAUTELA BLOOMS  - C SECOND
VANYA KAPOOR BLOOMS  - D SECOND
ERIC SINGH BLOOMS  - E SECOND
ARJUN JAIN BLOOMS  - A THIRD
ATEEKSH  KHETRAPAL BLOOMS  - B THIRD
TASHVI  YADAV BLOOMS  - B THIRD
DEEHER WALIA BLOOMS  - C THIRD
SHIVAY KHARB BLOOMS  - D THIRD
GIRIKA MEENA BLOOMS  - E THIRD
AVISHKA SINHA BLOOMS  - A APPRECIATION
RAVYA JAIN BLOOMS  - B APPRECIATION
RITISHA BLOOMS  - B APPRECIATION
SANAYA MALIK BLOOMS  - C APPRECIATION
MEDHA RAINA BLOOMS  - D APPRECIATION
SHAURYA CHITKARA BLOOMS  - D APPRECIATION
DEEPTI JANGIR BLOOMS  - E APPRECIATION


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Tearing and Pasting - Competition 17th July 2019 – Tearing and Pasting - Competition

“Creativity is intelligence having fun.”

Children love to tear paper from an early age and we can use that love for tearing paper intelligently and creatively. Therefore, a tearing and pasting competition was organised for the students of BLOOMS on Wednesday, 17 July 2019. Our children skilfully tore coloured papers and pasted them in a picture of a house. The objective was to strengthen their fine motor skills and to enhance their aesthetic sense. It gave us immense pride to see the little hands working so efficiently. The students also enjoyed themselves immensely while doing this paper art. It was challenging for the judges to select the best entries.

The winners of the competition were:

NAME CLASS POSITION
AJINKYA BLOOMS - A FIRST
VIDUSHI SUNDEEP  BLOOMS - A FIRST
AJINKYA BLOOMS  - B FIRST
NEILINA BLOOMS  - C FIRST
AMAYA SINGHAL BLOOMS  - D FIRST
AAYUSHI MEHTA BLOOMS  - E FIRST
MAAHI GODARA BLOOMS  - A SECOND
SUPRIYA SHARMA BLOOMS  - B SECOND
SHANAYA RAUTELA BLOOMS  - C SECOND
VANYA KAPOOR BLOOMS  - D SECOND
ERIC SINGH BLOOMS  - E SECOND
ARJUN JAIN BLOOMS  - A THIRD
ATEEKSH  KHETRAPAL BLOOMS  - B THIRD
TASHVI  YADAV BLOOMS  - B THIRD
DEEHER WALIA BLOOMS  - C THIRD
SHIVAY KHARB BLOOMS  - D THIRD
GIRIKA MEENA BLOOMS  - E THIRD
AVISHKA SINHA BLOOMS  - A APPRECIATION
RAVYA JAIN BLOOMS  - B APPRECIATION
RITISHA BLOOMS  - B APPRECIATION
SANAYA MALIK BLOOMS  - C APPRECIATION
MEDHA RAINA BLOOMS  - D APPRECIATION
SHAURYA CHITKARA BLOOMS  - D APPRECIATION
DEEPTI JANGIR BLOOMS  - E APPRECIATION


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Yog - A Path to Heal Body and Mind 16th July 2019 – Yog - A Path to Heal Body and Mind

Yoga is a panacea for having energetic, positive, spiritual awakened and healthy life, which originated in ancient India. Yoga asanas helps in bringing the mind, body and soul into a meditative state which in turn offers overall harmony and contentment to a person. To tell us more about yoga and its benefits, the students of class I-B presented an informative assembly on the topic ‘Yog – A path to heal body and mind’ on 16 July 2019. 


The students told about the importance of yoga in our lives and gave description about the different type of asanas and their effectiveness, along with the presentation of the respective poses. It was indeed a treat to witness the flexibility levels of our tiny tots while performing arduous asanas. The assembly was well appreciated by all and concluded with giving birthday wishes to the students.



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Career Prospects in the Indian Air Force 11th July 2019 – Career Prospects in the Indian Air Force

Nabha Sparsham Deeptam (The Glory that touches the sky) is the motto of the Indian Air Force which has been taken from eleventh chapter of the Gita, the discourse given by Lord Krishna to Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra during the Great War of Mahabharata. The Indian Air Force aims to overwhelm the adversaries with application of aerospace power in defence of the nation. The IAF complements of personnel and aircraft assets which ranks fourth amongst the air forces of the world. Its primary mission is to secure Indian airspace and to conduct aerial warfare during armed conflict.

Sachdeva Global School organized a career counseling workshop on 11 July about “Career prospects in the IAF” for the students of classes IX-XII which was followed by a motivational talk and a live experience of flying to our students in a Volvo IPEV vehicle with simulators.

This career counselling workshop was about discussing avenues in the tri services and Para-military, it was in continuation to the series of workshops organized by the head of our school, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar in the month of May this year.

The key speaker of the day was Wing Commander Sneha Singh who is posted at ‘DISHA’ which is the publicity cell at Air headquarters, New Delhi. Accompanying her wasWing Commander K. Vikram Kumar and Group Captain GR Sharma who along with the other members of the IAF assisted the school in broadening our ideas about various avenues in the IAF.

Overall, it was an enriching learning experience which motivated our students to serve the nation. The key speakers engaged the audience and inspired them to fly higher.

The session ended with the vote of thanks which was presented by the Head of School and as a token of appreciation a memento along with the school magazine was presented to the officers.

The school also received a memento from the IAF for inspiring young people to join the services and serve not just their mother but also their motherland. 



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Population - the Biggest Challenge Today 11th July 2019 – Population - the Biggest Challenge Today

On 11th July 2019, the morning assembly was presented by class IX A. The title of the assembly was ‘Population-the biggest challenge today’.

11th July is observed as the ‘World Population Day’. Through this assembly the students tried to highlight the positive and negative aspects of population growth. Population growth is the root cause of many problems affecting the tree of humanity. All of the global problems that we face today is perhaps the result of too many people using too much of our planet’s finite, non-renewable resources.

The assembly began with the thought of the day, presented by Khushi. Anushka read out the national news and Mohit presented the international news. The sports news, school news and weather report was presented by Ronit, Arpit and Birjit respectively. Ayush Bhardwaj, Ayush Choudhary and Ishwari gave speech on different aspects of population growth. The assembly ended with the announcement of birthdays of the week by Lucky and Mahid.



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Hindi Karyashala 09th July 2019 – Hindi Karyashala

6 जुलाई , 2019 शनिवार को सचदेवा ग्लोबल स्कूल, द्वारका में आयोजित हिंदी कार्यशाला में बड्स से कक्षा दो की अध्यापिकाओं ने भाग लिया। कार्यशाला को श्रीमती 'सरिता डबास ' ने संभोधित किया। कार्यशाला के विचारणीय विषय थे :

1 . हिंदी भाषा के शिक्षण में होने वाली कठनाईओं का समाधान करना।
2 . सामान्य व्याकरणिक अशुद्धियों का ज्ञान।
3 . हिंदी वर्तनी के नए रूपों की जानकारी देना।

इनके अतिरिकत हिंदी भाषा के मानक रूप तथा वर्तनी पर चर्चा, हिंदी भाषा की नवीनतम शिक्षण-विधियों से पूर्णरूपेण परिचय कराया गया।  कार्यशाला के अंतिम चरण में संबोधक तथा शिक्षिकाओं के बीच देविपक्षीय संवाद का अवसर प्रदान किया गया।  इस  संवदान के माध्यम से संबोधकों  ने भ्रामक बिंदुओं तथा शिक्षण सम्बन्धी समस्याओं का निवारण किया।  यह कार्यशाला हिंदी भाषा के सरल तथा रोचक शिक्षण में अवश्य मार्ग प्रशस्त करेगी। 



Visit to Kiran Nadar Gallery of Modern Art 05th July 2019 – Visit to Kiran Nadar Gallery of Modern Art

As a part of our ongoing process of giving our students educative experience in the form of excursions and trip, SGS organized a visit for Class X to Kiran Nadar Gallery of Modern Art, Saket, Delhi on 05 July 2019. The visit proved to be a great way to arouse curiosity in the minds of school students and was a thrilling and motivating experience.

It’s the first private museum of art exhibiting Modern and contemporary works from India that aims to exemplify the dynamic relationship between art and culture through its exhibitions, publications, educational, and public programs.

The students were shown an informative presentation on the life and works of the artist in focus: Ms. Arpita Singh with her theme Submergence: In the midst of here and there. There after the students took a tour of the gallery, which helped them understand the significant trajectories and the core collection which highlights a magnificent generation of 20th century Indian painters from the post-Independent decades.

The motifs of feminism and war time issues were quite profound in her painting which grabbed the attention of the students instantly and they thoroughly enjoyed being part of it.

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Workshop of Business Studies Classes XI - XII 04th July 2019 – Workshop of Business Studies Classes XI - XII

Sachdeva Global School organized a workshop for class XI and XII commerce students on 4 July 2019 on the Topic- Social responsibility of business and marketing management

The resource person Mr. Sandeep from Pratham Group of Institutes, Dwarka conducted a three hour workshop which was held in the school, it was an educative and enlightening experience. Mr. Sandeep, was able to manage the class environment/discipline while being jovial and friendly.

He discussed topics such as Social Responsibility of Business and Marketing Management related to classes XI and XII respectively. An interactive session consisting of games, one to one interaction and 100% involvement was enjoyed by the students. He inspired the students to read on diverse topics related to business ethics, sales promotion, advertising among others at the same time he reinforced the idea of employing varied learning methodologies. Overall, it was a holistic learning experience which students liked and appreciated.





WHY we do WHAT we do? 28th June 2019 – WHY we do WHAT we do?

If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always got.                                                                                                                                     ~~Tony Robbins


By understanding the needs that shape your behaviour, you are able to control your life effectively, and even learn how to create new patterns that lead to lasting fulfillment. In this light, a workshop on “Why We Do What We Do?” was organized by Mr. Kamalneet Singh from “PROMISE” on 28th June.

The session was initiated with the guest telling the audience that whatever emotion you’re after, whatever goal you pursue – whether it’s setting up a business, getting married, raising a family or travelling the world – there are six basic universal needs that drive all human behaviour.

 

The point was further proved by involving the audience and sharing their experiences. Every single person in this world has these same six needs, but each of us value and prioritize these needs in different ways. This is what becomes the driving force behind why we do what we do and gives direction to our lives. The workshop was an enriching experience and made the audience realize that it is the moments of decision that shapes our destiny.





Workshop on Classroom Management for Teachers 27th June 2019 – Workshop on Classroom Management for Teachers

The session was held on 27th June’2019 in the school auditorium and was attended by all the teaching faculty of the school. The main aim of the session was to provide teachers with some tips to manage their classrooms effectively and hold effective PTMs.
The session started with a video and a role play to understand the importance of having a good rapport between teachers and students. Teachers were provided with some of the tips to manage their classroom effectively as well as handling PTMs effectively. The session ended with a discussion about some of the difficult cases a teacher has to take care in their classes and how to deal with them.




Workshop by Brahmakumaris 22nd June 2019 – Workshop by Brahmakumaris

Enlightenment, joy and peace can never be given by others, its within oneself.

A workshop on inducing innate qualities was organized for the teachers of Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka. Sister Kamla was invited to address the gathering.

The workshop began with a meditation session which provided peace of mind. Then Sister Kamla spoke about the importance of positive thinking stating that when one is positive, it not only makes one better, but it also makes those around better.

Stressing on the fact that attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference, Sister Kamla talked about developing empathy, humility, and establishing a relationship between human beings and the environment. In the end, the teachers discussed their personal experience where they got an opportunity to open their hearts to the audience which enriched their values.





Special Assembly by II-E, My Mother - My World 14th May 2019 – Special Assembly by II-E, My Mother - My World

‘God could not be everywhere, so He created mothers.’

 

A mother has a very special place in the heart of her child. She takes care of her children and plays a great role in their lives from giving birth to making them a good human being. We cannot count our mother's contribution in our lives however we can say big thanks and give a lot of respect and love to her. Every year, there is a day set aside to thank our mother. It is called Mother’s day. It is a day dedicated to all the mothers to honor the motherhood. It is celebrated every year on second Sunday of May. In order to celebrate this wonderful occasion, the students of class II - E presented an assembly on the topic ‘MY MOTHER- MY WORLD’ on 14th May 2019. The students spoke about the unconditional love that a mother gives to her child and how she nurtures them through the stages of their lives. They recited a beautiful poem also.

Thereafter, certificates were given away to the winners of “Collage Making Competition- Using Natural Waste” held for the students of class II.



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Inter House Electro Band Competition 08th May 2019 – Inter House Electro Band Competition

An Inter House Electro Band Competition was held in our school on Wednesday where students from different houses mesmerized the audience with their skilful play of various musical instruments like guitar, drums, tambourine and piano.

These competitions are an integral part of the school curriculum as they provide an opportunity to the students to explore their innate talents as well as display their musical abilities. Each house had a main vocalist, choir, pianist, drummer and guitarist. They presented a beautiful amalgamation of delightful songs on the tunes of various instruments.

Music was in the air throughout the programme. It was fascinating to witness all the four houses put up quite a magnificent performance. Participants were profusely complimented by our respected Principal Ma’am on their stellar performance. The result was announces at the end of the programme and on the basis of cumulative score of all the four houses, Harmony house was declared the winner while there was a tie between Pride and Peace house for the second position. Glory secured the third position.

The winners and their mentors were congratulated and appreciated for the hard work.





Collage Making Competition - Class II 08th May 2019 – Collage Making Competition - Class II

To do our bit on saving nature, a Collage Making Competition was organized for the students of class II using natural waste materials on 8th May 2019. Waste material is something that is thought to be of no use and all of us have a tendency to discard it. But the young minds of class II using their creativity and imagination made a good use of these waste materials. They created beautiful collages using natural waste materials like dried leaves and flowers, fruits and vegetables peeling, peanut shells, pista shells, coconut shell and pencil shavings etc. It was an intra-class competition which made the students realize how they can put waste material to use and it is not just something which needs to be discarded. The competition gave the students an opportunity to showcase their talent and from each class best collages were selected, and the work of each and every student was appreciated. 

The results of the competition were as follows: 

 

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

AARAV VERMA

II-A

I

ARADHAYA ARORA

II-B

I

VAISHNAVI KUMARI

II-C

I

HETARTH KAPOOR

II-D

I

APOORVI  VASHISHT

II-E

I

SHIVAM SHEKHAWAT

II-A

II

AKSHAT ARORA

II-B

II

ARYAN CHAUDHARY

II-C

II

REYANSH BHARGAVA

II-D

II

AARNA PATHAK

II-D

II

SHUBHAM SHEKHAWAT

II-E

II

YERIK TYAGI

II-A

III

RIDDHIMA SHARMA

II-B

III

UTTAM RATHI

II-B

III

ANANYA SAXENA

II-C

III

HARSHIV ROY

II-D

III

AASHNA GOSAIN

II-E

III

DARSHIT CHANDRA

II-A

APPRECIATION

RYNA SEHWAG

II-B

APPRECIATION

CHHAVI TOMER

II-E

APPRECIATION



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Special Assembly by II-D - Hard work is the key to success 07th May 2019 – Special Assembly by II-D - Hard work is the key to success

'Hard work is the key to success' is a well-known adage. Everyone wants to be successful in their life but only a few become successful. The reason of most of the failures in life is the absence of hard work. Students of class II-D conducted the morning assembly on the topic 'Hard work is the key to success' on Tuesday, 7th May 2019. Young students presented the famous examples of Mahatma Gandhi, Albert Einstein, Sachin Tendulkar and Amitabh Bachchan that they struggled hard throughout their lives to achieve their goals. Every successful person in history has worked hard to gain fame, however we must also work hard to be successful in our own eyes. Then an inspiring poem ‘Koshish karne walo ki kabhi haar nahi hoti” was also presented by students of II D. At the end, students presented a dance on this theme with colorful props in their hands. It was a wonderful assembly that inspired everyone present there to realize that success is a reward for hard work. The assembly concluded with giving away of certificates to the winners of “Coloring Competition” of class Blooms and “Poem Recitation Competition- The Earth Of My Dreams” of Class I.



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Clean your city - in association with Paramarthi 07th May 2019 – Clean your city - in association with Paramarthi

Cleanliness is next to Godliness.


It is our right to live in clean and hygienic surroundings, but do we work at keeping our city. Students of our school, joined hands with Paramarthi to work towards cleaning and painting the walls of a park near our school.

This week long activity was jointly conducted with the volunteers from Paramarthi along with students and teachers from our School. While the Paramarthi volunteers worked at cleaning the service lane adjoining our school, our students and teachers painted the walls of a park on this service lane. 

While most people only work towards keeping their homes clean, our students through this social outreach program spread the message- “Live clean and keep your surroundings clean”.

 





Special Assembly by X-C - Technological Advancement- boom or doom 02nd May 2019 – Special Assembly by X-C - Technological Advancement- boom or doom

Students of Class X-C presented the class assembly on 2nd May 2019 on the theme ‘Technological Advancement- boom or doom’.

“Technology is like that matchstick, a tool, which on its own has no use. It’s when someone owns it that it becomes a boon or a bane”. With this thought the students of class X-C emphasized on how technology has both pros and cons.

Aviral and Prashi were the comparers for the day. The thought of the day was presented by Palak, followed by International News by Kashvi, National News by Tanishka, School news by Prerna, Sports News by Winsome and Weather Report by Prathana.

The students also presented a skit on the theme “Is Technology- boon or a bane”? With the help of various situations they emphasized the fact that technology has contributed to significant improvements in areas of medicine, communication, travel, human living and education but unfortunately it has also contributed to global warming, nuclear stockpiles and mechanization of human life.

The skit was followed by a self-composed poem by Prachi.

Nikita presented a concluding speech and stressed on the point that in today's world technology has become an integral part of everyday life. Technology has made life easy. It changed our way of thinking but in certain ways it has isolated us as well..

The assembly concluded with the Birthdays of the week which was announced by Divya.



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Poem Recitation Competition - Earth of My Dreams 01st May 2019 – Poem Recitation Competition - Earth of My Dreams

“What I stand for is what I stand on”

Earth is our planet and a most important need for the continuity of life. Saving earth is the prime responsibility of every citizen to make the planet worth living for the future generations.

Beauty is the realm of poetry and children enjoy the beauty of expression, thoughts, feelings, rhyme, rhythm and music of words. Taking all these facts into consideration poem recitation competition was held on the topic ‘Earth of My Dreams’ on 1st May, 2019  for the students of class I, wherein students recited informative poems with colorful props and costumes.

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 Competition

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

ARIA HOODA

I - A

FIRST

SAANVIKA SINGH RAWAT

I - D

FIRST

DIARA GANGULY

I - A

SECOND

SAARVI ROY

I - B

SECOND

KAVISHA TOMAR

I - B

THIRD

UNNATI RAMA JHA

I - B

THIRD

LAKSHYA ANAND

I - C

THIRD

 



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Special Assembly by II-C - Honor Labor Today And Everyday 30th April 2019 – Special Assembly by II-C - Honor Labor Today And Everyday

International Labor Day is observed across the globe every year on 1st May to honor the achievements and contribution of working professionals. Stressing on the importance of the same, the students of class II C presented an informative assembly on the topic 'Honor Labor Today and Everyday’ on 30th April 2019. The students spoke about Labor Day and its significance for all the working people. Students showcased varied community helpers like people who sell things, people who repair things, policemen, doctor and teacher etc. They spoke about their work and importance in our daily lives. This was followed by a rhythmic and melodic poem recitation by students, honoring all our helpers.  The message of respecting all forms of work was conveyed beautifully. The assembly concluded with giving away of medals to the Olympiad winners. The winners are as follows-     

 

ENGLISH OLYMPIAD
YERIK TYAGI II A GOLD
HRIMAN II A SILVER
GARVITA JAIN II A BRONZE










MATHS OLYMPIAD
YERIK TYAGI II A GOLD
PARTH YADAV II B SILVER
AADYA VASHISHTHA II B BRONZE










SCIENCE OLYMPIAD
YERIK TYAGI II A GOLD
PARTH YADAV II B SILVER
AADVIK SINGH II C BRONZE










G.K. OLYMPIAD
PARTH YADAV II B GOLD
HRIMAN II A SILVER
MISHKA KAPUR II B BRONZE










INFORMATICS OLYMPIAD
YERIK TYAGI II A FIRST GOLD
SHIVAM SHEKHAWAT II A SECOND -
KANAV JHA II C THIRD -






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Weekly Counseling on Team Work- Class IV-V 30th April 2019 – Weekly Counseling on Team Work- Class IV-V

Team work topic was taken up as part of weekly counseling periods in classes IV & V.  Through group discussions the importance of working in team was put forward. After this discussion, each class was divided into 4 groups with 7-8 children in each group. The groups had to select their team leader and they had to make a news channel or a radio channel wherein each member of the group would have some role to play. Through this activity children would learn how to work in a team and how to overcome the challenges they face while working together.




Excursion Trip To National Museum- Class VI 30th April 2019 – Excursion Trip To National Museum- Class VI

According to Francis Bacon, travelling is a part of education. An excursion is not just pleasure trip; it enhances the knowledge of the students beyond the four walls of the classroom.

To provide such an enriching experience to students, SGS organized an excursion for Class VI, Section – B & E on 30th April, Class VI Section – C & D on 1st May and Class VI Section - A, on 2nd May to National Museum, New Delhi.

The National Museum of India takes us to extensive works of art & culture from past. The National Museum is situated in a three storied building. The first floor is connected with affairs of India, Second floor related to the International field and the third floor is devoted to the achievements of India states in different field.

The Museum gives an insight to 5000 years of India’s History and the achievements and innovations in terms of art, culture and other field of development. The departments of museum are Pre-historic Archaeology, Archaeology, Manuscripts, Numismatics, Epigraphy, Paintings, Arms & Armor, Decorative arts, Central Asian Antiquities, Education, Publication and Conservation.

Students were mesmerized by the enriching learning experience they had at the museum. Pupils were thrilled to see the kind of lives led during pre-historic & historic times, it helped them realize the pace of development India has gone through at each and every stage and at the same time got a glimpse of global advancement with time.

The Student’s pleasure was beyond measure at his extremely fulfilling excursion and they shall cherish this refreshing experience in their memories. SGS along with students express their gratitude to the Staff at National Museum for their hospitality, support and their pivotal role in conserving the rich history.



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Weekly Counseling Session For Class III Topic: Honesty 29th April 2019 – Weekly Counseling Session For Class III Topic: Honesty

The topic ‘Honesty’ was taken as part of weekly counseling session in class III for the month of April’2019.  The meaning of the word ‘honesty’ was discussed and explained to all. The teacher also laid emphasis on its relevance in one’s life along with real life examples.

REAL LIFE BASED ACTIVITY

Each student was asked to narrate an episode where they were dishonest or lied to somebody. Thereafter the reason was also discussed.

SITUATIONAL ACTIVITY

Few scenarios were given to students about lying and they would be getting three options out of which only one would be an honest answer and the students were supposed to choose the best suitable options according to them.





Workshop on ASD and ADHD 27th April 2019 – Workshop on ASD and ADHD

Sachdeva Global School conducted a workshop on the symptoms and strategies to deal with Children with Special Needs on 27th April, 2019. The main focus of the workshop was to develop a Basic understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD). This workshop explored the four core areas affected by ASD: Communication, Social Interaction, Sensory Issues and how an individual may think and learn.  In addition the three main signs or symptoms of ADHD: Inattention, Hyperactivity and impulsivity were also emphasised along with the basic strategies (Class Room Management, Behaviour Management) for dealing with individuals with ASD/ADHD.

The main objective of the workshop was to sensitise the Teachers of the School about:

Building a better understanding of ASD and ADHD.

Exploring some of the reasons an individual with ASD may react differently.

Developing a Broader understanding of why and how information may need to be presented in more structured manner.

Managing the child with ASD/ADHD in an inclusive setup.

The workshop was informative and interactive in nature and was greatly appreciated by the participants.

 



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Special Assembly- I believe in God, I call it nature 25th April 2019 – Special Assembly- I believe in God, I call it nature

Keeping up with the spirits of Earth day students of class X-B, conducted the morning assembly on April 25, 2019. The theme for their assembly was- “I believe in God, I call it nature”. The students through their assembly emphasized on the fact that our society as we live today is a gift of nature. With each generation man has added something in its society, but sadly had taken much more from nature and never replenished it.

The assembly began with the thought for the day by Vanya. Gunnika and Anshika addressed the gathering mentioning the step we need to take to preserve our environment. The thought was then followed by the International News by Raghav, National news by Prateek, School News by Pooja, Sports New by Saloni and Weather by Rohan.

The students also presented a skit on the theme showcasing massive deforestation and wars, all of it leading to the ultimate doom of mankind. Mother nature was personified and enacted by Tanya Jain wherein she mentioned the unprecedented rise of materialism that has left ’her’ devastated.

Diya Aggarwal and Prashansa then recited a self-written poem, on the theme. The poem was a strong reminder that human speak of love and yet they destroy nature.

The assembly concluded with the birthdays of the week.



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Gender Sensitization 25th April 2019 – Gender Sensitization

As part of sensitizing the students about the POCSO act and introducing the committee members to all the students, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar, the HOS, addressed the students in the morning assembly on 25th April’2019. Students were informed about the basic tenets of the POCSO act along with the steps that should be taken by the students in case they experience or see someone else experiencing bullying, harassment and/or intimidation. She also counseled the students about the proper code of conduct when it comes to interacting with the opposite sex and cited real life incidents to raise gender awareness among the students.  






 
 
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