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

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

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

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

 



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Our Unsung Heroes 02nd May 2018 – Our Unsung Heroes

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

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



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

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




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

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

                                                                                                                                   — Malala Yousafza

 

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

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

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

 

 





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

 

 

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

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

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

 

The session helped us understand ourselves better. 

 

 

 





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

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

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





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

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

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





Celebrating Earth Day 17th April 2018 – Celebrating Earth Day

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

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

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




Puppet Show 13th April 2018 – Puppet Show

 

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

 

~~Audrey Hepburn

 

 

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

 

 



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

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

                                                                                                            Aristotle

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



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

 

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

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

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

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

 

 





Orientation Programme 2018 24th March 2018 – Orientation Programme 2018

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

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

                                                                         PARENTING IS NOT A JOB, TRUST US 



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Junior Annual Day 16th March 2018 – Junior Annual Day

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

                                                                                                   Charlie Chaplin

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

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



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

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

                                                                                                             Charlie Chaplin

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

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



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

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




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

 

          “Success is all about your mindset”

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

 

 



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

‘Good Health is the Best Wealth’

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



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

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

                                                                                 - Ludwig Wittgenstein

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



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

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

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

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



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Adventure Camp 01st February 2018 – Adventure Camp

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

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

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

 

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





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

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

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

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

 

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



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Evening Astronomy Workshop 27th January 2018 – Evening Astronomy Workshop

 

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

 

 



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Republic Day Celebration 25th January 2018 – Republic Day Celebration

                 “Freedom in Mind, Faith in Words,

                    Pride in our Hearts, Memories in our Souls.

                    Let’s Salute the Nation on REPUBLIC DAY”

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

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

 

 

 



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Republic Day Celebrations 23rd January 2018 – Republic Day Celebrations

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

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

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

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

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



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Farewell 20th January 2018 – Farewell

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

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Salute to Bravery 17th January 2018 – Salute to Bravery

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

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

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

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









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Lohri Celebrations 12th January 2018 – Lohri Celebrations

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

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

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

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

 

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



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

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

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

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

The winners of the competition are as follows:

 

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

KAVISHA TOMAR

LKG-E

FIRST

AALLIYAH SIDDIQUI

LKG-A

SECOND

ARIA HOODA

LKG-D

SECOND

KABIR SINGH

LKG -A

THIRD

SHIVANSH MAKLOGA

LKG -D

APPRECIATION

LAKSHAY ANAND

LKG - B

APPRECIATION

AMISHI BHATIA

UKG-A

FIRST

RAMANPREET KAUR

UKG-B

FIRST

MISHKA KAPUR

UKG-B

FIRST

AAROHI SUDAN

UKG-B

FIRST

MEHER SUDAN

UKG-D

FIRST

MANNAT SINGH

UKG-E

FIRST

YERIK TYAGI

UKG-E

FIRST

CHHAVI TOMER

UKG-A

SECOND

RISHABH GUPTA

UKG-A

SECOND

ANANYA SAXENA

UKG-B

SECOND

PARTH YADAV

UKG-C

SECOND

SAANVI TIWARI

UKG-D

SECOND

CHIRAG

UKG-E

SECOND

KHUSHAGRA YASHVARDHAN

UKG-A

THIRD

SAARIKA SEHRAWAT

UKG-D

THIRD

  



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Pick and Stick Shapes competition 28th December 2017 – Pick and Stick Shapes competition

Every child is an artist.

                                                                                                                                                          Pablo Picasso

In order to give a platform to our budding computer wizards to bring out their creativity , Sachdeva Global School organized a competition  ‘PICK AND STICK SHAPES – USING MS PAINT’  for the students of class-II. The students were selected on the basis of a preliminary round held for each section.

Giving wings to their imagination, the students came out with wonderful drawings made up by using different shape tools in Microsoft Paint. Their drawings were evaluated on the basis of usage of MS Paint tools, creativity and overall presentation. Each of these drawings were so beautifully presented that judging was a tough task.

The winners of the competition are as follows:

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

SARTHAK SETIA

II – B

FIRST

LUCKY GUPTA

II – D

FIRST

AADRITO CHAKRAVORTY

II – A

SECOND

ANSH YADAV

II – A

SECOND

NIVRITI JAIN

II – B

SECOND

SEERAT BHULLAR

II – A

THIRD

DIVYANSH ARORA

II – B

THIRD

ADITYA JHA

II – A

THIRD

LAVANYA

II – A

THIRD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 







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

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

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

 

 

 



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Christmas 27th December 2017 – Christmas

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

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

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

 

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





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

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

The results of the competition were as follows: 

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

MARCELLINA BARMAN

I – A

FIRST

AADINATH R

I – D

FIRST

TRITI LAL

I – A

SECOND

AVIKA SOLANKI

I – E

SECOND

VIPRA ARYA

I – E

SECOND

HARMAN SINGH

I – C

THIRD

HARSHITA

I – D

THIRD

HUNAR SALUJA

I – E

THIRD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






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

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

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

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





Annual Sports Day 18th December 2017 – Annual Sports Day

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

                                                                                                        (american athlete)

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

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

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



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

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

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

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



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

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

 

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

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

 

The winners of the competition were as follows :

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

  SATVIK CHOUDHARY

I-B

FIRST

AADYA MISHRA

I-E

FIRST

MARCELLINA BARMAN

I-A

SECOND

TANISH GARG

I-B

SECOND

NITIKA SHUKLA

I-D

SECOND

RABIT SOBTI

I-B

THIRD

SAMRIDDHI PANT

I-C

THIRD

AADINATH R

I-D

THIRD

HUNAR SALUJA

I-E

THIRD

ARADHYA TIWARI

II-A

FIRST

ANSH YADAV

II-A

SECOND

ANUGRAH TIWARI

II-C

THIRD



















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

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

NAME

CLASS

MEDALS

LUCKY GUPTA

II D

GOLD

SAHIB SINGH

III E

GOLD

NAVYA GUPTA

III B

GOLD

JANICE PANDIT

IV A

GOLD

NEVAAN SINGH MEHTA

IV E

GOLD

SHAIVYA MISRA

IV E

GOLD

DAKSH VATS

V C

GOLD

KRISH GOYAL

V C

GOLD

BHAVYA MAAN

V C

GOLD

PRATHAMVIR

VI C

GOLD

VAIBHAV GARG

IX A

GOLD

NAVAL LATA

IX B

GOLD

DURGESH

II D

SILVER

DAKSH

III B

SILVER

FAIZAN KHAN

III B

SILVER

HIYA

III D

SILVER

SHUBHAM RATHI

VI A

SILVER

SHIVEN S. SINHA

V A

SILVER

MUDIT SHARMA

V B

SILVER

ADARSH ARORA

V C

SILVER

AKSHAY PRASHAR

IV C

BRONZE

OM SRIVASTAVA

V C

BRONZE

HARSH DRALL

VII A

BRONZE

ABHISHEK KUMAR

IX A

BRONZE

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

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




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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

 

 



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

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

                                                                                   Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru


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

 

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



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Environmental Sensitivity - Need of the Hour 13th November 2017 – Environmental Sensitivity - Need of the Hour

Students of class VI-B presented the morning assembly on the topic: Environmental Sensitivity: Need of the Hour. The assembly started with the news bulletin followed by a speech on the significance of the topic. The speech was very informative and created awareness on why and how one should be so cautious about this crisis. The gathering was then enlightened by students reciting self-composed poems on the topic.

The students also presented a small skit sensitizing everyone about the various issues that we are facing to preserve our environment and what should be done to fight against it.

 

The assembly was concluded with a health talk while observing the World Antibiotic Awareness Week (13-19 Nov).





Word Pro 11th November 2017 – Word Pro

The local newspaper ‘Dwarka city’ took a brilliant initiative by organizing ‘Word-Pro’. It was aimed to enhance the grammatical knowledge of English of Middle school students.

 

The competition was organized on 11 November 2017 at Deen Dayal Upadhaya Auditorium. The key objective of this exciting competition is to enhance the language skills amongst students in an engaging fun manner. Around 2500 students of Dwarka participated in this competition. Where Virdi Bansal of VI-B and Akshadha Sharma of VII-B were class toppers and Gunnika Bhatia of VIII-B was in the challenger round and also, among the top ten finalist.

 

Such activities to promote the global language in school is highly commendable. The threechamps of Word Pro-season 1 would also be honoured and felicitated at the most prestigious award ceremony ‘Dwarka City Torch Bearer Award Ceremony’ to be held on 17 December 2017 at Radisson Blu Hotel.



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Stay Healthy, Stay Fit 07th November 2017 – Stay Healthy, Stay Fit

It is truly said by Lord Buddha that, 'To keep the body in good health is a duty... otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.'

 

Health is Wealth and nothing is more important than being fit and healthy for any human being. In order to enlighten about the same, the students of class II-C presented the morning assembly on the topic 'Stay healthy, Stay fit' on 7 November 2017. The students spoke about the ways by which we can keep our body fit and active. They recited a poem on Health is Wealth and presented a wonderful aerobics performance also.

 

Thereafter, the certificates were distributed to the winners of lnterclass competitions held for classes Buds and Blooms. The assembly was very informative and was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all. 

 



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Gurudwara Visit 02nd November 2017 – Gurudwara Visit

'There is one God who dwells in every one of God's creations and constitutes the eternal truth'.

 Guru Nanak Dev Ji

 

As the occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti is round the corner, Sachdeva Global School organized Gurudwara visit for the students of classes Buds to II. It was a pleasant spiritual experience for the students as they were enlightened about the Sikh Gurus and their teachings.  Students sought blessings of the almighty and paid reverence to the holy book 'The Guru Granth Sahib'.  They were involved in a small prayer 'Ardaas'. All were delighted to receive the Prasad. It was truly a blissful and enriching experience.  



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Investiture Ceremony 2017-18 01st November 2017 – Investiture Ceremony 2017-18

“A leader is the one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way.”

On 1st Novemeber, 2017, the school held the Investiture Ceremony. 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. Kartikeya Rao was selected as Head boy and Anushka Kulshreshtra 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. She called the Investiture the most important function in the school’s calendar, where badges of distinction, honour and tremendous responsibilities are given to leaders who carry a team, perform duties and are sensitive to the needs of others.

The ceremony concluded with the singing of the National Anthem.



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Give a Little, Get a Lot 31st October 2017 – Give a Little, Get a Lot

‘The best way to feel better is to make someone else feel good.’

 

Though it is a simple statement, it has a powerful meaning. In order to explain the indepth meaning of the same the students of class II- A presented the morning assembly on the topic – ‘Give a little, Get a lot’ on 31 October 2017. The students spoke about how our little deeds can put an incredible impact on the people around us and how we can add a little happiness to their lives. It can be as simple can quick as giving a compliment, respecting our elders or offering some encouragement to someone. The students sang a beautiful song as well. It was followed by the distribution of certificates for Diya Decoration Competition held for Classes I and II. A bronze medal was awarded to Lucky Gupta of class II-D for his outstanding performance in ‘B Positive Roller Speed Skating Talent Hunt’. The assembly was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.



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All India Camel Colour Contest 30th October 2017 – All India Camel Colour Contest

“Art is not imitation and it cannot be taught to anyone. It is an expression of who you are.”

 

To discover the undiscovered talents and innovative students, ALL INDIA COLOUR CONTEST was held in SGS for the students of BUDS & BLOOMS on 30 October 2017. It is about encouraging, nurturing and showcasing every child’s natural creative flair. Through these contests, students learn to explore the extent of their imagination and express themselves without any fear. Some of the young artists of our school, who are too young to even understand the meaning of life, have achieved the greater levels of creativity and refinement. The topics were relevant and challenging. It gave every participant the opportunity to unleash their creativity and stretch their limits of imagination.



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Celebrating festivals in right spirit 27th October 2017 – Celebrating festivals in right spirit

Class V-C and V-D presented the morning assembly on 27th October 2017. Students participated in assembly with great zeal and enthusiasm. The theme of the assembly was ‘Celebrating festivals in right spirit’. The significance of the day was brought out through a speech followed by a skit which was presented by the students to celebrate festivals in right spirit.  An act was also performed by the students depicting the bad effects of crackers and the students were asked to refrain from bursting crackers to save environment. 

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Talent Hunt - Mini Movers 24th October 2017 – Talent Hunt - Mini Movers

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

 

In order to give a platform to the students to showcase their talent, Sachdeva Global School organized a Talent Hunt Competition: Mini Movers for the students of classes I and II on 24 October 2017. The aim of the event was to nurture the intrinsic qualities of the students for their holistic development. The students exhibited their talents in different genres like vocal music, instrumental music and dance. It was amazing to see the students performing with utmost confidence and grace. The competition served its purpose well by boosting the confidence of the students and removing their stage fear.





Diya Decoration Competition 16th October 2017 – Diya Decoration Competition

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.”  

With the excitement of the festive season in the air, the school organized a diya decoration competition named ‘Lighting Lives’ for the students of classes I & II on 12 October, 2017 and 16 October, 2017 respectively. The main purpose of the competition was to bring out the creative skills of the students. All the students participated enthusiastically. They used decorative material like sequences, stars and mirrors. The diyas were decorated beautifully displaying the creativity and imagination of the children.

It was really a tough job for the judges to decide the winners as every diya was adorned at its best.





BE +VE Roller Speed Skating Talent Hunt 2017 15th October 2017 – BE +VE Roller Speed Skating Talent Hunt 2017

The zealous Globalites who have recently participated in BE +VE Roller Speed Skating Talent Hunt 2017 on 15th October 2017 have brought laurels to school by winning 09 Gold, 08 Silver and 07 Bronze Medals along with the 1st Position. The event was organized by Hi Speed Sports Academy Abhinav Global School, Sec-13, Dwarka, 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

        POSITION

HIYA

III D

2 GOLD   (Best Skater award )

MUSKAN

III A

2 GOLD   (Best Skater award )

JANICE PANDIT

IVA

2 GOLD   (Best Skater award )

SADHIL KHANDELWAL

V D

2 GOLD   (Best Skater award )

    K KRISHNA

VC

1 GOLD , 1 BRONZE

MISHIKA AGARWAR

III D

2 SILVER

SAHIB SINGH

IIIE

1 SILVER

AVIKA

IV E

1 SILVER

    VAISHNAVI

V A

1 SILVER

SHIVEN S. SINHA

V A

1 SILVER

OM SRIVASTAVA

V C

1 SILVER

BHAVYA MAAN

V C

1 SILVER

FAIZAN  KHAN

IV A

2 BRONZE

LUCKY  GUPTA

II D

1 BRONZE

DAKSH VATS

V C

1 BRONZE

KAPISH YADAV

V C

1 BRONZE

YASH JANGHU

V C

1 BRONZE


TOTAL MEDAL = 24 Medals, 4 Best Skater Award & 1 Team Trophy.


 





Movie Show (Classes I - II) 07th October 2017 – Movie Show (Classes I - II)

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 I and II. The students were accompanied by their class teachers. They watched the animated 3D movie - 'The Emoji Movie’. The movie was a comedy science fiction which unlocked the never seen before world inside a smartphone. The students thoroughly enjoyed the movie and the refreshments. The excitement was evident on their faces. It was indeed a wonderful and refreshing experience.   




26th Jagdeep Singh Mem. Roller Skating Championship 01st October 2017 – 26th Jagdeep Singh Mem. Roller Skating Championship

The zealous Globalites who have recently participated in 26th Jagdeep Singh Memorial Roller Skating Championship on 1st October 2017 have brought laurels to school by winning 10 Gold, 10 Silver and 12 Bronze Medals along with the 2nd Position. The event was organized by Delhi Roller Skating Association (DRSA) Himalaya Sr. Sec. School, Sec. 7, Rohini, 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

        POSITION

LUCKY  YADAV

IID

2 GOLD  (Trophy )

KRISH

VIC

2 GOLD  (Trophy )

JANICE PANDIT

IVA

2 GOLD  (Trophy )

KRISHNA

VC

2 GOLD  (Trophy )

ROHAN SHARMA

IV E

1 GOLD,  1 SILVER

SHAIVYA MISRA

IV E

1 GOLD,  1 SILVER

SAHIB SINGH

IIIE

2 SILVER

BHUMIK YADAV

VA

2 SILVER

HIYA

III D

1 SILVER,  1 BRONZE

DAKSH

III B

1 SILVER,  1 BRONZE

VAISHNAVI

V A

1 SILVER,  1 BRONZE

MUSKAN

III A

1 SILVER

SAKCHHAM GUPTA

III D

2 BRONZE

SHUBHAM RATHI

VI A

2 BRONZE

VAIBHAV GARG

IX A

2 BRONZE

YASH GAUTAM

IX C

1 BRONZE

PRATHAMVIR

VIC

1 BRONZE

DILISHA JUNAID

IV A

1 BRONZE





Jam Competition - My Favourite Festival 26th September 2017 – Jam Competition - My Favourite Festival

Festival – A word that can be best described as people meeting each other, digging new types of music, new foods, new ideas and what not!

The moment we hear this word, we experience a totally different sensation. We start feeling an urge to meet our friends and relatives, exchanging gifts, dressing up in the most traditional manner, dancing, feasting and the list goes on. To acquaint our little wonders with the festivals a JAM competition – My Favourite Festival was organized for the students of classes I & II. Providing each child with an opportunity to be a part of the competition, the preliminary round of the competition was completed in the classrooms. The selected students then performed in the final round which was held on 21 September 2017 and 25 September 2017 for classes I & II respectively.

The competition helped the students to know about the different festivals around the world and their significance. All the participants gave tough competition to each other.

The winners of the competition were : 

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

  AADINATH R

I–D

FIRST

AADYA MISHRA

I–E

SECOND

HIMNISH SAWHNEY

I–A

THIRD

HARSHITA SOOD

II–A

FIRST

ARNAV MANGLA

II–B

SECOND

HANSITA GUPTA

II-A

THIRD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






Golden Words of Our Life 19th September 2017 – Golden Words of Our Life

The building blocks of proper etiquette and good manners begin with the magic words. ‘Sorry’, ‘Please’, ‘Thank You’ are magic words that make a person feel important, pacify tempers, strengthen bonds and at times mend strained relationships.

An assembly was conducted by BUDS –A on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 on “The golden words of our life”. The assembly began with a few introductory lines, where children threw light on the importance of these magic words. They also presented an English rhyme on the same and performed a lively dance on the song Good Manners.

The objective of this assembly was to enable children to know what are magic wordsand there appropriate usage. The assembly was enjoyed by one and all. It was followed by distribution of certificates and trophies to the deserving winners of varied inter school and inter class events.



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Cleanliness Drive

Cleanliness Drive

Cleanliness Drive
15th September 2017 – Cleanliness Drive

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka participated in the cleanliness drive with a spate of activities, between (1 – 15) September 2017, as in accordance to the nation - wide Swachh Bharat Cleanliness campaign launched by Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi.

The school chalked out a plan to organize a wide range of events like painting competitions, eassy writing competitions, pledge taking and posting of swachhta awareness messages. A cleanliness drive was also carried out to reverberate the mission of the campaign.

The whole drive was quite inspiring and motivating for the students as well as the teachers.



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Each One, Teach One 12th September 2017 – Each One, Teach One

On Tuesday, 12 September 2017, the stage was set for the special assembly ‘Each one, Teach one’ which was a presentation to remember and was followed by a thought-provoking play by the students of Blooms-E.

The play conveyed the message that ‘literacy is very important.’ Everyone in the world can take the responsibility of teaching anyone, anywhere and by any means. Donating some books or stationery or sponsoring a child can make a huge difference in someone’s life. We are blessed that we have got the gift of education.

The students also recited a poem, stressing on the importance of education which was followed by a beautiful dance performance.



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Painting Competition (Independence Day) 07th September 2017 – Painting Competition (Independence Day)

On the spot Painting Competition was organized for classes VI-X on the topic- Independence Day. Interested students participated in the competition and it lasted for an hour. Students used different themes to enhance their paintings. Everyone participated with immense zeal and enthusiasm and made beautiful thoughtful paintings.

The competition gave the students an opportunity to show case their creative skills.

The winners of the competition were:

NAME CLASS POSITION CATEGORY
PRIYANSHU BARIK VI-B FIRST A
NAINA PRADEEP VII-A SECOND A
YASHIKA VII-B THIRD A
ARYAN DUHAN VI-B THIRD A
LIZA VERMA VII-B APPRECIATION A
HRIDAY TANEJA VI-A APPRECIATION A
SAI SUDAN IX-B FIRST B
ARPITA TOMAR VIII-A SECOND B
ANSHIKA SHAH VIII-A THIRD B
PRITHVI DAGAR VIII-A APPRECIATION B
AADYA VIKRAM SINGH VIII-B APPRECIATION B


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Teachers’ Day 05th September 2017 – Teachers’ Day

“A TEACHER TAKES A HAND, OPEN THE MIND AND TOUCHES THE HEART.”
Teachers are the best minds in the nation - these are the words of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, great Indian philosopher and statesman. He was also the President of India and his birthday is celebrated as Teachers’ Day on 5 September every year.

The students of class BLOOMS-D presented a special assembly on the occasion. The assembly began with a classical dance on the tunes of the shlok - “GURU BRAHMA, GURU VISHNU, GURU DEVO MAHESHWARA, GURU SAKSHAT PAARBRAHMA, TASMAI SHRI GURAVEY NAMAHA”.

The students also recited this gurumantra with complete dedication. Thereafter followed the brief introduction of Dr. S Radhakrishnan and 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 was a great success and was appreciated by all.



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Respect the Elders 31st August 2017 – Respect the Elders

“Respect is what we owe; love, what we give.”
- Philip James Bailey
Respect is the basic component of all cordial relations. Showing respect to the elder’s means to be kind and considerate towards them and hearing them out. With a view to create awareness about respecting elders, the assembly on the theme ‘Respect the Elders’ was conducted by class VII – C on Thursday, 31 August 2017.

The students presented the thought for the day, also updating with the recent happenings in and around the world. In order to throw light on the theme, a short skit was presented depicting the importance of respecting our elders. The moral of the story was well taken by the students that we must respect the elderly when we’re young, help the weak when we’re strong, admit our mistakes when we’re wrong, because one day we all will grow old, become weak and expect others to show us some respect. It was followed by Poem on ‘Respect your Elders’.

In addition, to uphold the spirit of the ‘World Literacy Day’ the assembly ended with an oath that each one will play an important role to literate the illiterate people in their community so as to wipe out illiteracy on this planet for the good of mankind which was followed by the acknowledgement of the winners in the various categories by the Head of School Sumana Dutta Sarkar.



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English Rhyme Recitation Competition - Patriotism 31st August 2017 – English Rhyme Recitation Competition - Patriotism

An Inter-class rhyme recitation competition was organised for class BLOOMS on Thursday, 31 August 2017. The students recited poems on our country India, National Flag, National Leaders with zeal. They were dressed up beautifully in tri-coloursarees and suits, costume of soldiers and crisp white kurta-pyjamas with tri-colour stoles, wrist bands and props. The aura was brimming with such patriotic energy that instilled the same feeling in the audiences and the judges. Each of the participants presented the poems confidently and was really a tough decision for the judges to finalize the winners.

The winners of the competition were:

NAME CLASS POSITION
ANANYA SAXENA UKG-B FIRST
MANNAT SINGHAL UKG-E FIRST
MAYANSHI AHUJA UKG-E FIRST
MISHKA BINDLISH UKG-A SECOND
MISHKA KAPUR UKG-B SECOND
PARTH YADAV UKG-C SECOND
MEHER SUDANA UKG-D SECOND
AMISHI BHATIA UKG-A THIRD
RAHINI SINGHAL UKG-B THIRD
AVYUKT ARORA UKG-B THIRD
SAANVI TIWARI UKG-D THIRD
CHHAVI TOMER UKG-A CONSOLATION
KUSHAGRA YASHVARDHAN UKG-A CONSOLATION
KAAVYA RAJGARHIA UKG-B CONSOLATION
KINJAL KALRA UKG-E CONSOLATION
YERIK TYAGI UKG-E CONSOLATION




Inter Class Rhymes Recitation Competition 30th August 2017 – Inter Class Rhymes Recitation Competition

The first five years of students are of vital importance in laying the foundation of personality and confidence building. Keeping this fact in view Rhyme Recitation Competition was organized in the school for the students of BUDS on 30 August 2017. They chose a variety of topics for their recitation like nature, trees etc. and 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 great success with maximum participation of the children from all the section of BUDS.

The winners of the competition were:

NAME CLASS POSITION
KABIR SINGH BUDS-A FIRST
VIDISHATRIPATHI BUDS-B FIRST
SAISHA JAIN BUDS-C SECOND
GUNIKA KALRA BUDS-E SECOND
VIVIKA AGARWAL BUDS-E SECOND
ADARSH YADAV BUDS-D  THIRD
SAARVI ROY BUDS-B  THIRD
SAMVED SUSHOBH BUDS-A  THIRD
AHAAN PANDEY BUDS-A  THIRD
JASGUR SINGH BUDS-A  THIRD
AARAV POKHRIYAL BUDS-A APPRECIATION
ARIA HOODA BUDS-D APPRECIATION


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A Day in a Zoo 29th August 2017 – A Day in a Zoo

“Those who teach most about humanity, aren’t always human.”
Animals are an important part of our ecological system. And the best way to portray their importance is through an assembly, focusing on their co-existence with us. Blooms-C got an opportunity to put across their view on the same and shared important facts and characteristics about animals. The assembly on the topic- A DAY IN A ZOO was full of information and innovation, wherein the students enacted as different animals, dressed in beautiful costumes. The presentation bar was raised to another level with a beautiful peacock dance presented by the students showcasing their body-balancing skills as well. This was followed by certificate distribution to the deserving students by the Head of the school Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar. The assembly was a hit and was appreciated by all.

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Independence Day Pledge Taking & Painting Competition. 28th August 2017 – Independence Day Pledge Taking & Painting Competition.

On the momentous occasion of 70th Anniversary of Independence of the country and the 75th Anniversary of Quit India Movement, Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka organized a pledge taking ceremony and a painting competition.

The pledge taking ceremony was an initiative to awaken the spirit of both the students and the teachers, to make India clean and rid the country from the problems of poverty, corruption, terrorism, communalism and casteism in the next five years i.e when the nation completes 75 years of independence in 2022.

Students of classes XI and XII were also encouraged to participate in the Online Quiz on Freedom Struggle which was launched by the government.The students actively registered themselves and participated in the Quiz Competition.

A Painting Competition was also organized for classes VI to X. The theme of the competition was Independence Day. The students participated with much enthusiasm and displayed their patriotic feelings and their vision of a new India through their artistic skills.

The objective of these activities was to create a festive and patriotic mood among the students along with encouraging them to visualize a new India. The school was successful in achieving it’s objective and in providing an opportunity to each of it’s students to realize their vision.



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Savouries of Indian Festivities – Cooking Without Fire 28th August 2017 – Savouries of Indian 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 Indian Festivities: Cooking without fire’ was organized for the students of classes I and II on 23 August 2017 and 28 August 2017 respectively. The students participated with full zeal and enthusiasm. 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:

NAME CLASS POSITION
ANSHIKA I – A FIRST
HAANIYAN MALIK I – A SECOND
GURVEER SINGH I – A THIRD
VEER VOHRA I – B FIRST
SATVIK CHOUDHARY I – B SECOND
RAVIT SOBTI    I – B THIRD
PRAHLAD ELAMKULAM I – C FIRST
ALEENA KHAN   I – C SECOND
SHREYANSH CHOUDHARY I – C THIRD
SANSKRITI   I – D FIRST
DEVANSHI BALYAN I – D SECOND
LAANYA KUMAR   I – D SECOND
AARNA MEHLAWAT I – D THIRD
RAJVEER SHARMA I – D THIRD
AADYA MISHRA I – E FIRST
HUNAR SALUJA I – E SECOND
TEJAS I – E SECOND
AKSHAJ KATIYAR I – E THIRD
TAHA KHAN I – E THIRD


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Zonal Roller Skating Meet 23rd August 2017 – Zonal Roller Skating Meet

The zealous Globalites who have recently participated in Zonal Roller Skating Meet 2017–18 (Zone–21), Distt, SW on (21-23) August 2017 have brought laurels to school by winning 01 Gold, 01 Silver and 01 Bronze Medals. The event saw our energetic skaters displaying 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 PRIZE
JATIN KARKI IX-A 1 GOLD            1 SILVER
EKAM BHULLAR IV B 1 BRONZE

Total Medal - 03





Trip to National Museum 23rd August 2017 – Trip to National Museum

The more you know about the past, the better prepared you are for the future
An educational trip to the National Museum was organized for the students of class V on 23 August 2017. It provided them rich understanding of the Indian history, antique art and artifacts. The trip had been a very informative experience as the students learnt about the life during various dynasties i.e.Mauryas, Shungas, Satvahanas etc. Children were amazed to see various exhibits including rare relics from the Harappan Civilisation to Buddha's 4th- 5th century BC effects. These objects stimulated, among the students, a sense of devotion, dedication and love for their culture. Then students also got a chance to visit ‘Coins Gallery’ exhibiting the initial cowries to the credit cards being used these days. The students were enthralled to witness the entire history of Indian coinage.The guided tour took one and all through various other galleries presenting the vibrancy of human civilization in India at par with the contemporary civilizations. The educative experience filled the pupils with a vast knowledge of their rich heritage.

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Unity in Diversity 22nd August 2017 – Unity in Diversity

“We might be different but we are one as Indians”
Celebrating the unsurpassing beauty of togetherness and capturing the quintessence of diversified cultural heritage, students of BLOOMS- B presented an informative assembly on Unity in Diversity on 22 August 2017.

Unity in Diversity is a socio- ecological philosophy that describes a sense of oneness despite physical and psychological barriers. It has been said that India is a land of “UNITY IN DIVERSITY”. There are several religions, several communities and castes, several languages and different lifestyles in different regions.

The students presented a beautiful poem encompassing a vibrant display of colours, festivity and nationalism. They were dressed in different cultural attires, depicting their view on the said topic. It was followed by a dance presentation, wherein the little ones emphasized that cultural differences should not separate us from each other. Rather cultural diversity brings a collective strength that benefits all humanity.

The aim of this assembly was to foster in our children an understanding that the entire humanity is one family irrespective of geographical, racial or linguistic barriers.

The students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm.



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Movie Show 19th August 2017 – Movie Show

Movies have tremendous influence in shaping young lives in the realm of entertainment towards the ideals and objectives of normal adulthood. Sachdeva Global School organized a Movie showcasing session for the little ones of BUDS and BLOOMS. It was an enriching experience for the students as it took them afar from the everyday classroom sessions. The students watched the animated spectacle- “HANUMAN DA DAMDAAR” on Saturday, 19 August 2017. The movie was an engagement of both educative and informative view towards life and its related perspectives in the lives of children. Students enjoyed during this enthralling day and the frolic was accompanied by the supportive guidance of teachers and refreshing snacks to munch on.

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Health Awareness 18th August 2017 – Health Awareness

“Nutrition is not just about eating, it’s about learning to live”
Nutrition and healthy eating habits are fundamental skills for young children that ensure their proper growth and development. To make the students understand the importance of eating right, a workshop on ‘Health Awareness’ was organised for classes III – V on 17 August 2017. The workshop encouraged the students to take a balanced diet. They were made aware of the significance of various nutrients and learned that not eating healthy food can lead to a deficiency of essential vitamins and minerals. The concept was explained in a fun filled manner by the cartoon characters, Miss Sehat and Mr. Sehat. The workshop was very interactive and was brought to an end with a short quiz in which the students participated very enthusiastically.



Technology: Let it not be Your Master 17th August 2017 – Technology: Let it not be Your Master

Class IX-C conducted their annual class assembly on the topic- “Technology: Let it not be your master” on 17 August 2017.

The assembly hosted by Aparajita and Vinitof class IX-C, commenced with an inspiring thought. This was followed by the highlights of the International News, the National News and from the world of sports. Yash Gautam detailed some of the important events that were held in the school in the previous fortnight. The highlight of the assembly was the “Nukkad Natak” presented by the students of the class. Through their presentation, the students showcased the need to understand that technology was created by man as an aid. Gradually the human race is being enslaved by the same. The assembly also spoke about the need to use technology carefully so as to avoid abuse at the hands of technology. An overall concise and informative assembly concluded with the presentation of awards to meritorious students who had brought laurels to our school in the recently conducted events and inter-school competitions.



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Poster Making Competition. 16th August 2017 – Poster Making Competition.

Inhave Possibility, Exhale Creativity
To enhance the creative faculties of the students, an Inter Class Poster Making Competition was organized for classes III-V on 16 August 2017. Ensuring equal opportunity been given to all, prelims were held whereby each student showcased his/her skills beautifully.

The selected students conveyed their ideas through their thoughtful posters and effectual slogans on the topics-

‘Children’s Day, Right to Education and Incredible India’. Though each poster depicted the theme in its own remarkable way, the winning entries were-

The winners of the competition were:

NAME CLASS POSITION
ISHAAN JASPAL III-E FIRST
SHREYA GUPTA III-E SECOND
ADVAY HOODA III-B THIRD
HARSHITA THAKRAN III-A THIRD
PRATHAM SHARMA IV-D FIRST
NEEVAN SINGH MEHTA IV-E SECOND
VAIDEHI IV-E SECOND
ANUSHKA TRIPATHI IV-E THIRD
KASHVI KAUL IV-E THIRD
NANCY YADAV V-B FIRST
AADI GIRDHAR V-C FIRST
NISHCHYE BEDI V-B SECOND
RADHIKA V-D THIRD
BHAVYA MAAN V-C THIRD




Independence Day & Krishna Janmashtami

Independence Day & Krishna Janmashtami
14th August 2017 – Independence Day & Krishna Janmashtami

INDIA celebrated its 71 Independence day on 15 August 2017 recently. The day was doubled up with celebration of birth anniversary of Lord Krishna, popularly known as Krishna Janmashtami. The grounds of SGS also saw the colours of celebration as the little ones of class- Blooms-A presented a special assembly on the above topics. Students shared knowledge about the significance of Independence day and Janmashtami in our lives. Boys clad in pristine whites and girls in bright hued lehengas enthralled the audiences with their patriotic poem presentation and a beautiful dance performance. The assembly was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all. This was followed by distribution of certificates to our deserving little globalites who competed in varied inter school and inter class events. Our Head of the school, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar also motivated the young minds to excel ahead.



Workshop on Menstrual Health Management 11th August 2017 – Workshop on Menstrual Health Management

A workshop on Menstrual Health Management was conducted by SULABH INTERNATIONAL for the girls of classes 6-12 of Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka on 11-8-17 to sensitize and spread awareness about Hygiene and Sanitation. The workshop was very enriching and engaging and included activities which discussed the myths and taboos related to it. The students were also taught some exercises to help deal in such situations.



Raksha Bandhan 09th August 2017 – Raksha Bandhan

Rakshabandhan – A joyous occasion that signifies the bond of love and protection!
Raksha Bandhan or simply Rakhi is a Hindu festival, which means "bond of protection”. The festival celebrates the love between brothers and sisters. On Raksha Bandhan, a sister ties a rakhi (sacred thread) on her brother's wrist with a prayer for his prosperity and happiness symbolizing sister's love. The brother in return gives her a token gift and a promise to protect her. To cherish this beautiful relationship, the students of class I-E presented an informative assembly on the topic ‘Raksha Bandhan’.

The students one by one threw light on Raksha Bandhan and its significance. They also emphasized on the fact that it is not just a bond with our real brothers but with the ones protecting us at the borders - our soldiers. The assembly was concluded with a beautiful dance performance on a traditional song. It was indeed a treat for all to see the young ones dressed in colourful Indian attires and celebrating the festival with vigour.



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35th Delhi State Skating Championship 06th August 2017 – 35th Delhi State Skating Championship

The zealous Globalites who have recently participated in 35th Delhi State Roller Skating Championship - 2017 on 5 & 6 August 2017 have brought laurels to school by winning 06 Silver and 04 Bronze Medals. The event was organized by Delhi Roller Skating Association, G. R. International School, Bawana, Delhi – 110039 where the energetic skaters displayed their skill and sportsmanship in the true spirit and added yet another feather to the Skating Club of the school.

The winners of the competition were:

NAME CLASS PRIZE
MUSKAN III-A 3 SILVER
JATIN KARKI IX-A 3 SILVER
YASHIKA VII-A 2 BRONZE
DHRUV SINHA V-B 1 BRONZE
SOURABH SANGWAN X-B 1 BRONZE

Total Medal - 10





A Friend in Need is a Friend indeed: Friendship Day 02nd August 2017 – A Friend in Need is a Friend indeed: Friendship Day

“There is nothing on this earth more to be prized than true friendship.”
- Thomas Aquinas
Friendship is a bond between people of mutual affection. Friendship is all about kindness, love, virtue, sympathy, empathy, honesty, altruism, mutual understanding, compassion, enjoying of each other’s company, trust, the ability to be one’s self and expressing their feelings without any fear. Elaborating more on this special bond called ‘Friendship’, the students of class I-D presented a wonderful assembly on the topic ‘A friend in need is a friend indeed – Friendship Day’.

The students presented a skit based on the story of ‘The Ant and The Dove’ to explain the importance of friendship. It gave a valuable moral to all present. The students enacted beautifully and made us understand that when the tide doesn’t seem to be on our side, a friend is the one who fills courage and confidence in our heart to sail through. Thereafter, they recited a poem ‘Dosti Humari’ followed by a dance performance on the song ‘Happy Friendship Day’.

At the end the head of the school, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar gave away certificates to the winners of varied inter school and inter class competitions. The assembly was well appreciated by one and all and was concluded with wishing birthday to the little ones.



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Fruit Seeds 02nd August 2017 – Fruit Seeds

Don’t make trees rare, we should keep them with care
Fruit trees, if planted at public places, can solve the issues of hunger and malnutrition in our country. With this belief in mind, the students of Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka, in collaboration with the ‘We Plant’ organization, whole heartedly participated in collecting ‘Fruit Seeds’ of tress like mango, guava, tamarind, amla and jamun. Collection of the seeds was a part of their summer vacations’ assignment. The assorted seeds were donated to the said organization that planted them at various public places across the city. The motive was to ensure that the fruits would be available to the poor and the needy who cannot afford to buy them otherwise.

The school and its students were felicitated by the organization for their effort. Students not only found this assignment interesting but also were equally contented to donate the seeds for the noble cause!



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Visit to Iskcon Temple 01st August 2017 – Visit to Iskcon Temple

The only way to conquer Me is through love and there I am gladly conquered.
- Lord Krishna, Bhagwat Gita
ISKCON, an International society for Krishna consciousness is a massive institution for global amalgamation of spiritual beliefs of people from different communities. Everyone perceives God in a different way. To instill and strengthen the roots of our rich Indian religion into the young minds, the students of classes BUDS-II were privileged to visit the ISKCON TEMPLE, Dwarka on Tuesday, 1 AUGUST 2017. The serene idols of Lord Krishna and Radha adorned the main hall which looked immensely exquisite. After the darshan, the students were seated on the ground facing the deities. The childhood incidents of Lord Krishna were also narrated to the children. The students enthusiastically participated in chanting the Mahamantra of Lord Krishna- HARE KRISHNA HARE KRISHNA KRISHNAKRISHNA HARE HARE, HARE RAM HARE RAM RAMRAM HARE HARE. After spending time in joyous and illuminating atmosphere, students were offered charnamrit (prasadam) which they relished. They came back happily enriching themselves with this soulful and spiritual experience, staying in their memories for a lifetime.

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Annual School Exhibition

Annual School Exhibition

Annual School Exhibition
29th July 2017 – Annual School Exhibition

The Annual School Exhibition was held in the school auditorium on 29 July 2017. The models for the subjects Science, Mathematics, Computer Science, Social science, French and Sanskrit were put on display. The exhibition aimed at engaging the children to synergize experiences and to motivate each other to design and develop something novel. The exhibition saw participation ranging from classes 3 to 10.

The theme for the Science Exhibition was Science and Environment. Several interesting models like Wind mills, solar cookers, solar houses, light-sensitive devices, Eco city etc. were displayed at all levels . All the working models were highly appreciated by the visitors. The Mathematics exhibition was able to generate tremendous interest among the visitors with the interesting mathematical games put up by the students. The main focus of the exhibition was the practical application of mathematics. The Computer Science section exhibited models, movies and presentations on themes varying from advancements in computer technology to awards and accolades in IT. The students also displayed their skills in movie making. The social science section had models on disaster management, resource management, major land forms etc. The models were very innovative and informative.

The language department showcased their exhibits in Sanskrit and French. The students learning French explained the displayed projects on the famous French monuments, culture and cuisine of France, all arranged in a colourful manner. The Sanskrit section saw the display of books and magazines written in Sanskrit. There were models portraying the ancient learning institutions in India called the Gurukuls and their transformation into the modern education system. The exhibits put up by the students were extremely informative and eye catchy. The joy of students in highlighting their models and exhibits were whole heartedly appreciated by all the parents.



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Colouring Competition: Nature’s Bounty

Colouring Competition: Nature’s Bounty

Colouring Competition: Nature’s Bounty
27th July 2017 – Colouring Competition: Nature’s Bounty

‘Colours are the smiles of nature’
An interclass Colouring Competition for the students of class-Blooms was organized on 27 July 2017 with the theme- ‘Nature’s Bounty’. This competition was organized to explore and encourage creativity in children and offer them a platform to show their finery in colouring. It inspired children to think and work creatively and promoted artistic excellence alongwith enriching their aesthetic sense. Children participated earnestly in the competition and came up with amazing artwork.

The winners of the competition were:

NAME CLASS POSITION
ELISHA GUPTA UKG-A FIRST
DHRUV KUMAR UKG-A FIRST
SANSKAR RAI UKG-A SECOND
MAANVI UKG-A SECOND
ARYAN CHAUDHARY UKG-A THIRD
AKSHITA SINGH UKG-A THIRD
LAVANYA SHARMA UKG-A APPRECIATION
NABHIT DHAIRY UKG-B FIRST
ABHIJAY DUTTA UKG-B FIRST
SAANVI UKG-B SECOND
ARADHYA UKG-B SECOND
SHEERSH PUNDHIR UKG-B THIRD
AAROHI GUPTA UKG-B THIRD
SAKSHAM SHIVAM KHER UKG-B APPRECIATION
 HARSHIV ROY UKG-B APPRECIATION
GARVITA JAIN UKG-C FIRST
ARNAV SINGH UKG-C FIRST
NIMISHA RAWAT UKG-C SECOND
ARKITA BISHT UKG-C SECOND
PARTH YADAV UKG-C SECOND
TRISHA UKG-C THIRD
AADYA AGARWAL UKG-C THIRD
ADITYA AGARWAL UKG-C APPRECIATION
AARSHIYA SHARMA UKG-C APPRECIATION
ARJUN GAHLOT UKG-D FIRST
SAANVI TIWARI UKG-D FIRST
SARIKA SEHRAWAT UKG-D SECOND
SIYA SINGH UKG-D SECOND
NURANSH KAUSHIK UKG-D THIRD
KRISHA JAISWAL UKG-D THIRD
SAATVIK GIRDHAR UKG-D APPRECIATION
KINJAL UKG-E FIRST
YERIK TYAGI UKG-E FIRST
SAUMYA SHARMA UKG-E SECOND
CHIRAG UKG-E SECOND
LOSHIKA UKG-E THIRD
MUKTA UKG-E THIRD
MANNAT UKG-E APPRECIATION
YASH YADAV UKG-E APPRECIATION


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It is easy to Judge but Difficult to Understand 27th July 2017 – It is easy to Judge but Difficult to Understand

Students of class IX-B conducted the assembly on 27 July 2017 on the topic: It is easy to judge but difficult to understand. It started with an update of the recent happenings in and around the world followed by a motivating thought. In order to make audience understand the topic better, students presented a short skit before them. The main motive of skit is to make everyone understand that through judging we separate and through understanding we grow and understanding requires patience, compassion and willingness to believe which can help to bring positive change in one’s attitude.

The assembly ended in an inspiring manner with the acknowledgement of the winners in the various categories by the Head of School Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar.



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Ad Mad Competition 26th July 2017 – Ad Mad Competition

'Good advertising does not just circulate information. It penetrates the public mind with desires and beliefs.'
- William Bernbach
There are numerous products available in the market but that best way to persuade the customers to buy these products is an attractive advertisement.

Advertisement is one of the best ways to communicate to the customers and entice them to buy the products available in the market. In order to acquaint the students about various commercial products and their uses, an Interclass competition ‘AD-MAD’ was organized for the students of class-II on 26 July 2017. The students presented the advertisements of various products like energy drinks, food items, toothpastes and the like. A healthy competitive spirit enlightened the faces of the participants. They used beautiful props and promoted their products well. The competition gave the students a perfect platform to showcase their talents.

The winners of the competition were:

NAME CLASS POSITION
HANSHITA GUPTA II-A FIRST
KUNSH CHITKARA II-D FIRST
SANATH SHINDE II-A SECOND
DIVYANSH ARORA II-B SECOND
SHAURYA KUKREJA II-C SECOND
SEERAT BHULLAR II-A THIRD
HITANSH DAHIYA II-D THIRD


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Science Quiz 26th July 2017 – Science Quiz

SCIENCE IS COMMON SENSE AT ITS BEST
- THOMAS HUXLEY
To analyze, enhance and entrench the paramount trails of a 21st century individual, 'SCIENCE QUIZ' was organized for the students of Grade- I on 26 July 2017. Providing every child with the opportunity to be a part of this quiz, the preliminary round of the quiz was completed in the respective classrooms, which aided the selection of three students per team. Quiz revolved around rekindling the pragmatism through IDENTIFYING THE PICTURE ROUND, TRUE/FALSE ROUND, ANSWER IN ONE WORD, REASONING and SPELL BEE ROUND. The steaming knowledge bank of the teams led to a tie breaker round to reach the finale.

The theme of the quiz was to provide the students with the knowledge of different scientific facts built upon their prior knowledge and provide them with a better understanding of concepts already known to them. The quiz also helped the students in improving their listening, reasoning, identification skills and also enriching their vocabulary. Such amazing facts explored through this quiz served a great purpose in providing the young minds with active learning skills.

The winners of the competition were:

NAME CLASS POSITION
MARCELLINA BARMAN I-A FIRST
AARUSH SHEKHARAN I-B FIRST
DEVANSHI BALYAN I-D FIRST
TRIPTI NAIN I-A SECOND
RISHAAN DAS I-B SECOND
ADVIT I-E SECOND
ANSHIKA I-A THIRD
RAVIT SOBTI I-B THIRD
OJASV GUPTA I-C THIRD


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To the Self, Through the Self 25th July 2017 – To the Self, Through the Self

“Yoga is like life, it’s a balance of holding on and letting go.”
- Les Miserables
Yoga is an amalgamation of physical, mental and spiritual disciplines, bearing its origination seeds from ancient India. As such, its benefits are only perceived to be at the body level and we fail to realize the immense benefits yoga offers in uniting our mind and body. To throw more light over the topic- YOGA and its benefits, the students of class I-C presented an informative assembly on the topic ‘To the Self, Through the Self - Yoga’ on 25 July 2017.

The students gave a detailed description about every asana, stressing upon the effectiveness of each, along with the presentation of the respective poses. It was indeed a treat for all to witness such great flexibility levels in our tiny tots while performing such arduous asanas. The students recited a poem on ‘Yogkarein hum’ which left the audience spellbound by the splendid performance.



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Art Speaking the Soul of its Culture 25th July 2017 – Art Speaking the Soul of its Culture

To make the students aware of the rich craftsmanship the Indian artisans behold, a visit to the National Craft Museum was organized for the students of class IV on 25 July 2017.

The visit to the museum was more of a celebration of the handmade. The students enjoyed witnessing the demonstration of the handicrafts being made in front of them. They also learnt about the abundant and diverse craft traditions across the country. Visiting the galleries displaying the live crafts, especially the textile specialty of each region, provided the pupils an opportunity to explore the sophisticated knowledge and techniques, as well as histories, legends and folklore that are embedded in the rich craft heritage of India.

They also saw myriads of accessories, clothes, jewelry etc. handmade by aesthetically endowed tribal clans, using cow dung, wood and terracotta.

Akathputli show, presented by the Rajasthani puppeteers, added to all the fun.

The excursion enabled the students go beyond the text and get a real insight of the culture and lifestyle of various states of India.





Tree Plantation Drive 24th July 2017 – Tree Plantation Drive

‘Someone is sitting in the shade today, because someone planted a tree long time ago’
Student members of the Science and Environment Club of classes III-V enthusiastically participated in the ‘PLANTATION DRIVE’ under the supervision of Ms. Khushboo Kapoor and Ms. Ritika on 24 July 2017 in the school premises. The students were thrilled to plant saplings and gained an insight on the significance of planting trees.

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Inter House Science Quiz. 21st July 2017 – Inter House Science Quiz.

Annual Inter-house Science quiz for classes VI-IX was conducted on 21 July 2017 in the school auditorium. It was an intriguing and an informative session and several interesting questions constituted the quiz. Audio-Visual rounds, Visual rounds and questions on scientists and experiments made the quiz more entertaining. Harmony House bagged the first position followed by Glory, Peace and Pride House. All the participants took part in the quiz enthusiastically. School encourages positive competition and hopes to bring out the best in all its students through such competitive events, while ensuring that the children learn through all possible ways- not just through books and class-room teaching.

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Sultry Summers 18th July 2017 – Sultry Summers

‘SUMMER’ the moment we hear this word, a variety of things start running in our mind like ice-creams, yummy shakes and drinks, juicy fruits and yes, not to forget the bright sunny days. It is the hottest of the four seasons, falling between spring and autumn. To enlighten us on the same, the students of class I-B presented an informative assembly on the topic ‘Sultry Summers’ on 18 July 2017.

The assembly commenced with students sharing an incident about a man named ‘Budhdhu Ram’ who forgot to carry his umbrella in the scorching heat. Thereafter, the students spoke about summer season and all the activities related to the season. They also shared the ways in which we all can stay fit and healthy during summers. This was followed by a humorous poem presentation on summer season. The assembly was enjoyed by one and all present.



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Electro Band Competition 18th July 2017 – Electro Band Competition

“A Flower does not think of competing to the flower next to it .It just blooms.”
In the month of July, Students of classes III-V rocked with their electrifying band performances in Inter House Electro Band Competition held in our new amphi theatre on 18 July 2017.

An hour long musical extravaganza witnessed more than 40 children, between the age group of 8 to 10 years, by 4 different groups, performing on stage across different musical segments.

To heighten the spirit of the children, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar Head of the school appreciated their talent to motivate them further. She said, “The whole concert was extremely entertaining. This is a brilliant platform to encourage the students and I think the school is doing a great job by tapping their talent. It is highly motivating for the kids that their talent is getting recognised.”

“The event went off very well and the audience really enjoyed the rocking performances by our blooming rockstars. The GLORY HOUSE bagged the first position & left the audience spellbound.’



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Spellathon 17th July 2017 – Spellathon

To learn to read is to light a fire ; every syllable spelled out sparkles
- Les Miserables
Learning and revising spellings cement the connection between letters and their sounds, which further improves reading and fluency of the children. Keeping this in mind, an Inter – Class Spellathon Competition was conducted for the students of Classes III-V on 17 July 2017. The competition provided them skills that are and will be tools of learning and communication throughout their education.

The competition comprised of five rounds, all based on children’s knowledge of intonation and phonetics. Two students from each class got selected who strived hard to win a prize for their class. The competition not only assessed their previous knowledge about the phonetics but also enabled them to learn various new words which were almost overlooked everytime. Avni Verma and Harshita Thakran from Class III-A, Suhana and Asmi from Class III-B, Nevaan Singh Mehta and Manasveer Singh from Class IV E, Dhruv Sinha and Sadhil from Class V-D, bagged the first position.



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Doctor’s are Next to God! – Doctor’s Day 13th July 2017 – Doctor’s are Next to God! – Doctor’s Day

Patients need good doctors. Good doctors make the care of their patients, their first concern. Students of class IX-A presented a special assembly on the theme: Doctor’s Day on 13th July to appreciate the spirit and dedication of a Doctor towards the Nation.It initiated with updating the students with the recent happenings in and around the world followed by a motivating thought. In order to throw light on the theme, students presented a short skit depicting the journey of a person to become a doctor followed by thanksgiving poem dedicated to doctors. The assembly ended in an inspiring manner with the acknowledgement of the winners in the various categories by the HOS- Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar.

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Inter House Science Quiz 12th July 2017 – Inter House Science Quiz

“Science is simply the word we use to describe a method of organizing our CURIOSITY”
To enhance their scientific faculties an Inter House Science Quiz was organized on 12 July 2017 for the students of classes III – V. The Students participated with full enthusiasm. Their understanding and knowledgewas assessed through various rounds comprising Inventions and Discoveries, Visual Stimulus on Flora and Fauna etc. Pride house came out with flying colours and bagged the first position.Peace house and Glory house bagged the second and third positions respectively. The quiz surely developed scientific attitude in the students. The students were appreciated for their efforts.

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Trees: Our Green Friends 11th July 2017 – Trees: Our Green Friends

“He who plants a tree plants a HOPE”
It is said that nature is man’s best friend. With the intend of strengthening the relationship between man and nature, an assembly on ‘Trees – Our Green Friends’ was organized by the students of class I-A on Tuesday, 11 July 2017.

The students elaborated on the variety of ways in which trees help us and how they play a vital role in our lives. They highlighted upon the fact that trees are indeed our best friends. They also shared about the importance of ‘Van Mahotsav’ which is celebrated on July 7 every year.

The students then presented a poem ‘Ped Lagao, Ped Bachao’ which was followed by a mesmerizing dance performance on the song ‘Let’s Plant a Flower’. The assembly was concluded by a very useful morning thought, followed by certificate distribution among the winners of varied competitions.



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How to Score 100% in Exams 10th July 2017 – How to Score 100% in Exams

Hindustan Times organized a Workshop for students of classes XI-XII on the topic ‘How to Score 100% in Exams’ on 10 July 2017 in the school auditorium. The Resource person, Mr. Lucky, listed out ten ways to ensure best performance in exams and went on to elaborate the same points through the help of real life examples. He cited real life examples like Ms.IndraNoovi and Ms.Ursula Burns, women who went on to achieve huge success despite facing seemingly insurmountable odds in their lives. He also provided some tips on how to avoid temptations and focus on studies during the turbulent period of adolescence. In a nutshell, it was a thought-provoking workshop that left the students’ asking for more.



Behtar India 05th July 2017 – Behtar India

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka conducted a workshop on “BEHTAR INDIA” a nation-wide campaign launched by NDTV and DHFL Pramerica Life Insurance Company Ltd to sensitize the students and teachers towards a cleaner, greener and healthier environment. The workshop was organized for the students of Xth and XIIth on 4 July 2017 followed by the students of 9th and 11th on 5 July 2017. A special session was also conducted for the teachers on 22 July 2017. The workshop focusing on three platforms - Health, Cleanliness & Environment was engaging and was potential in motivating the Globalites towards the community.

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International Robotics Competition 2017 01st July 2017 – International Robotics Competition 2017

Zonal level of IRC (International Robotics Competition) was hosted by Sachdeva Global School on 1 July 2017 on the theme ‘Tomorrowland’. More than 25 schools participated at three different levels -Junior, Middle and Senior. This event was organized by Building Blocks. Globalites Dhruv Malhotra and Avinash Jakhar of XII B bagged the third position at the Senior Level.

The motive of the event was

  • To build scientific temperament and 21st century skills in students; and also have a rich learning experience by participating in the event.
  • To build an eco-system of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) based on hands on learning and to promote creative thinking, problem solving skills through challenging and educational robotics competition.
  • The students were encouraged to participate in the event to learn and showcase their skills.


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Instant Tie & Die Workshop 29th June 2017 – Instant Tie & Die Workshop

With an endeavour to unleash and cultivate skills of art and craft among teachers, Sachdeva Global School organized instant Tie & Dye workshop in collaboration with Pidilite on 29 June 2017.

The workshop started with a demonstration of various Tie & Dye techniques, different designs and patterns in which Tie & Dye is done using acrylic colours. The workshop provided an extensive and elaborate exposure to the latest techniques and trends unlike the traditional method of doing tie & dye using hot water for the same effect. The techniques taught in the workshop were much simpler and faster, yet provided the same effect. 24 teachers attended the session from various schools of west Delhi.

Everyone practiced the designs on 12 x 12 inches white cotton cloth using rubber bands, threads, match sticks etc. finally the teachers put their hands on printing white cotton dupattas and came out with beautiful designs.



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3D Workshop 24th June 2017 – 3D Workshop

Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.
 

To analyze and enhance the conceptual clarity and mental ability of the students, a ‘3-D workshop’ was organized for all the Science and Math Teachers on 24 June 2017 by Designmate. The resource person was Mr. Rajesh Kumar. The motive of the workshop was to provide the teachers with the knowledge of different scientific and mathematical facts based on the curriculum designed by C.B.S.E. for classes I - XII. 3-D slides were shown based on the topics as per the syllabus of each class. The workshop not only helped in analyzing the role of everyday events but also enhanced the interest in learning them. Such knowledgeable facts were discussed in the workshop, which will help the children to learn in an active and interesting manner.





Go Through Life or Grow Through Life 24th June 2017 – Go Through Life or Grow Through Life

Workshops provide one with an opportunity to break from the routine and engage in motivating and fun filled activties. In order to help the teachers introspect and enhance their confidence, Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka organized a workshop for the teachers on the theme “Go Through Life or Grow Through Life” on 24 June’17. The spokesperson, Mr Kamalneet Singh emphasized on the fact that life is about moving on, accepting changes and looking forward to what makes one stronger and more complete. He also stated that progress is impossible without change andthose who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.

Various activities were conducted for teachers to understand the importance of change and to accept & expect change.He also talked about time management techniques and how to reduce screen time “i.e the time we spend with our mobiles, computer. He advised teachers to write journals on daily basics and distributed diaries for the purpose.It was an interactive session and teachers actively participated in all the activities. To sum up, the workshop was very thought provoking & inspired the teachers to work towards self improvement.





Teacher as a Leader

Teacher as a Leader
22nd June 2017 – Teacher as a Leader

The teaching faculty of SGS got an insight into the role of educator as a leader with the lively workshop conducted by Mr. Lucky Puccrat from HT on 22 June 2017. It was a commendable effort to focus on the numerous ways of being a leader in all spheres of our life. The engaging activities and enriching words made the workshop intriguing and distinct in its own way. The focus on different quotes promoting the meaning and spirit of a true leader through a PPT and its impact on one's life was the most active technique for handling the real-life situations. The workshop enlightened the teachers to a great extent by opening the hidden doors of learning; the ways of leading in every situation with staunch effectiveness especially in the workplace.

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Knowledge is Power 21st June 2017 – Knowledge is Power

Awareness precedes choice and choice precedes results.
In today’s era, one needs to be aware of the happenings around to keep pace with the ever changing world. Hence required is, the most genuine and authentic source of news- the print media, like, a newspaper.

A workshop was organised by NIE for the faculty at SGS on 21 June 2017 to help the educators create more awareness among the students regarding the importance of newspaper usage.

Various techniques were discussed to evoke interest of the students in reading newspaper and helping them use it not only as a source of information but also as a tool to enhance their learning skills. Various activities and games were shown that would enhance the students’ concentration and analysing skills while reading.

It was also stressed upon how a student’s copy had special articles to polish his/her creative faculties in a fun way. Using the content in relevance to various school topics and subjects was also informed about.

The workshop, in an interesting manner, guided all the attendees to use the most common means of communication as the most effective mode of teaching learning.





Spell o Fun 20th June 2017 – Spell o Fun

Rightly said,”What we learn with pleasure we’ll never forget”
An interesting workshop was organized for the English faculty, by Ms. Sunita Malkhani on 20 June 2017 at Sachdeva Global School, Auditorium. The importance of spellings was the highlight of the workshop and various games were played. Teachers enthusiastically participated and enjoyed the Spell Tambola, Word chain, Making maximum words out of many and Hide-n-Seek with words.

These should be adapted in class room teaching for better learning of spellings with fun. It was overall a wonderful as well as an exciting experience which will make a remarkable difference in the class room teaching and learning.



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Arousing the Innate Strength of Self 19th June 2017 – Arousing the Innate Strength of Self

It’s when you find your inner strength that you realize what that you’re capable of much more than you thought.
 

SGS organized a workshop on “Arousing the Innate Strength of Self” by Sister Kamla on 19 June to distress and enlighten the teachers about their inner potential. The workshop focused on the power of inner strength and developing the different intellects. She talked about the various types of power in human body-power of mind, power of intellect and power of sanskar. She also enlightened the teachers on the seven types of virtue and how to implement them in our day-to-day lives to better the quality of our living. She also talked about the necessity to control anger for a healthy mind. The importance of meditation was also stressed to connect to our inner power and intellect.





Inter House Chess Competition 2017 12th May 2017 – Inter House Chess Competition 2017

Inter House Chess Competition 2017 was conducted on 12 May 2017 at Physical Education room for Junior and Senior categories. Junior team of each house was selected from classes VI-VIII and Senior team of each house consisted of students from classes IX-XII. It was the second time when Inter House Chess Competition was conducted by the Department of Physical Education & Sports. Two students from each group competed for their house.

Results of the competition are:

Under Junior Category

HOUSE POSITION
PEACE FIRST
HARMONY SECOND
PRIDE THIRD

Under Senior Category

HOUSE POSITION
PRIDE FIRST
GLORY SECOND
PEACE THIRD


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2nd West Delhi Rope Skipping Competition 11th May 2017 – 2nd West Delhi Rope Skipping Competition

The Globalites who have recently participated in 2nd West Delhi Rope Skipping Competition 2017 on 11th May 2017 have brought laurels to school by winning 4 silver and 1 bronze medal. The event was organised by Jump Rope Association, Delhi at Guru Harkishan Public School, Tilak Nagar, Delhi where the skippers displayed their skill and efficiency in the ture spirit and added yet anothere feather to the skipping club of the school.

The winners of the competition were:

NAME CLASS MEDAL
CHARIKA SHARMA VII SILVER
ROHAN PANCHAL VIII SILVER
SAI SMARRAN S V V SILVER
KARTIKEY RAO XI BRONZE
DIVYA TOKAS VIII SILVER
GAURIKA VAJPAYEE VIII SILVER
DIYA VIII SILVER




My Mother, My World 09th May 2017 – 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. And why not… She deserves it. 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 honour the motherhood. It is celebrated every year on second sunday of May. In order to celebrate this wonderful occasion, the students of class II - D presented an assembly on the topic ‘MY MOTHER, MY WORLD’ on 9th May 2017. 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 varied competitions. Smayan Joel Ekka (I-E) and SanathShinde (II-A) received a certificate and a prize for securing first position in an Inter school competition 'Trishna Summit - Pictogram Maestro' held at N.K. Bagrodia School, Dwarka. This was followed by the distribution of certificates of 'Poster Making Competition' held for the students of class I and 'Role Play: I am your Helper' held for the students of class II.



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Fancy Dress Competition - Animal World 08th May 2017 – Fancy Dress Competition - Animal World

Animal world has always been a fascinating topic for children of any age. The Fancy Dress Competition held on Monday, 8th May 2017 saw the children of class-Blooms beautifully dressed in their favourite animal costume and brimming with energy. Being the first competition for class-Blooms, it was a pleasure to watch the Kindergarteners depicting animals in their improvised speech and acting skills. Their effort and hard work was appreciated by one and all.

The result are as follows-

NAME CLASS POSITION
AMISHI BHATIA UKG-A FIRST
CHIRAG UKG-E FIRST
MEHER SUDAN UKG-D FIRST
RISHABH GUPTA UKG-A SECOND
MAYANSHI AHUJA UKG-E SECOND
YERIK TYAGI UKG-E SECOND
MISHIKA KAPUR UKG-B SECOND
AAROHI GUPTA UKG-B SECOND
PARTH YADAV UKG-C SECOND
MISHKA BINDLISH UKG-A THIRD
KAAVYA RAJGARHIA UKG-B THIRD
DEVIKA SINGH UKG-C THIRD
SHAURYA MALIK UKG-C THIRD
VAISHNAVI KUMARI UKG-D THIRD
SAANVI TIWARI UKG-D THIRD
RIDHIMA SHARMA UKG-C APPRECIATION


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3rd Open Delhi State Skating Championship 2017 07th May 2017 – 3rd Open Delhi State Skating Championship 2017

The zealous Globalites who have recently participated in 3rd Open Delhi State Skating Championship 2017 on 07 May 2017 have brought laurels to the school by winning 14 Gold, 09 Silver and 06 Bronze Medals along with the Ist position. The event was organized by Indian Youth Power (IYP), BalBhawan International School, Sec-12, Dwarka, Delhi – 110072 where the enthralling skaters displayed their skill and efficiency in the true spirit and added yet another feather to the Skating Club of the school.

NAME CLASS MEDALS
MUSKAN III A GOLD
LUCKY GUPTA II D GOLD
JANICE PANDIT IV A GOLD
BHUMIK YADAV V A GOLD
VAISHNAVI V A GOLD
HARDIK BHAGTANI V D GOLD
SHAIVYA MISRA IV C GOLD
RAKSHIT TEHLAN IV E GOLD
NEVAANSINGH MEHTA IV E GOLD
KRISHNA V C GOLD
HARSH DRALL VII A GOLD
PRIYANSHU VII B GOLD
PRATHAMVIR VI C GOLD
NAVAL LATA V C GOLD
NIESHA MEHTA II D SILVER
SAHiB SINGH III E SILVER
KRISH GYOAL VI C SILVER
AVIKA IV E SILVER
ROHAN SHARMA IV E SILVER
BHAVYA MAAN V C SILVER
DILISHA JUNAD IV A SILVER
MOHIT YADAV VII A SILVER
YASHIKA VII A SILVER
BARUN SAWHNEY VII B BRONZE
SAKCHHAM GUPTA III D BRONZE
DHRUV SINHA V D BRONZE
NAVYA YADAV V C BRONZE
DHRUV KARKI V C BRONZE
NAMAN YADAV V B BRONZE

1ST POSITION { TEAM TROPHY}

TOTAL MEDALS – 29





Lemonade Making Activity 05th May 2017 – Lemonade Making Activity

The fresh scent of lemons is perfect on a hot summer day and the bright yellow color is an instant mood up lifter. Lemons provide the important ingredient we need to make refreshing lemonade. There is nothing quite as fun as making lemonade with the little ones. It can be easily prepared and is good for health.

Welcoming the summer with this classic summer activity of making fresh squeezed lemonade was conducted on 5th May 2017 with the students of BUDS. The children learnt to make lemonade in a fun filled way. During the activity, they learnt to squeeze the lemons and stirring the ingredients of the jar. They enjoyed the activity to their fullest and quenched their thirst by drinking tasty and refreshing lemonade.



Pointillism Art – Inter House Competition

Pointillism Art – Inter House Competition
05th May 2017 – Pointillism Art – Inter House Competition

Pointillism is a technique of painting in which small; distinct dots of colour are applied in patterns to form an image.

It is also called as the dot art, which covers many forms of art but they all have one thig in common; ‘the dot’

Keeping in mind this creative form of art was first taught to the students; then an inter house competition was held where students showcased their creative and artistic abilities. The theme of the competition was “NATURE” each house participated with three students who individually painted scenes.

NAME HOUSE POSITION
ISHITA GUPTA HARMONY FIRST
AYUSH BHARDWAJ HARMONY SECOND
PRIYANSHU BARIK HARMONY THIRD
MAISHA ISLAM MONAMEE PRIDE FIRST
CHARIKA SHARMA PRIDE SECOND
SHUBHAM RATHI PRIDE THIRD
TANISQA GLORY FIRST
GAURI PARKIRTITA GLORY SECOND
ADHEET NANDKEOLYAR GLORY THIRD
NAINA PRADEEP PEACE FIRST
NIKITA KUMARI PEACE SECOND
SAI SUDAN S V PEACE THIRD




The Importance of Responsible Press – World Press Freedom Day 04th May 2017 – The Importance of Responsible Press – World Press Freedom Day

Freedom is important and so is responsibility. Freedom of the press and journalistic ethics is an important concern with the word “press” encompassing the electronic media also. Since the media has become very prominent and powerful, Class-X A got the golden opportunity to present an assembly on the topic “THE IMPORTANCE OF RESPONSIBLE PRESS – WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY” on 4 May 2017.

Every year 3 May is a date which celebrates the fundamental principles of Press Freedom to evaluate press freedom around the world and to pay tribute to journalists who have lost their lives in this exercise.



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Visit to Aravalli Bio Diversity Park 03rd May 2017 – Visit to Aravalli Bio Diversity Park

In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks
-John Muir
As part of ongoing education excursions, students of class IX visited the ARAVALLI BIO DIVERSITY PARK, Vasant Vihar in the month of May. The Aravalli Biodiversity Park located on the South Central Ridge, spreads over an area of 692 acres and is currently hosting 20 distinct forest communities. Today the park has become home for over 1,000 different species of plants, 190 species of birds, 90 species of butterflies and over a lakh species of insects. The Park features two major zones - the visitor zone and the nature reserve zone.

The children explored the ‘Butterfly Garden’, the ‘Fernery’ and the ‘Medicinal Plants Conservatory’. They were guided by the team members of the bio diversity park who explained the significance and functions of various plant and animal species found there.

Towards the end, children were shown a short movie which showcased the beautiful flora and fauna found in the mystic landscape of Aravalli. Children not only gained practical knowledge through this visit but also got equally sensitized to conserve the blissful nature!



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International Labour Day and Our Helpers 02nd May 2017 – International Labour Day and Our Helpers

Genius begins great works; Labour alone finishes them.
International Labour Day is observed across the globe every year on 1st May to honour 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 'International Labour Day and Our Helpers' on 2nd May 2017. The students spoke about Labour Day, its origin and its significance for all the working people. Students showcased varied community helpers and spoke about their work and importance in our daily lives. This was followed by a beautiful poem recitation session along with a skit on 'The Dignity of Labour'. The message of respecting all forms of work was conveyed beautifully. The close of the assembly saw our young skater Seerat Bhullar (Class II-A) receiving a gold and two bronze medallions for her excellent performance in Delhi State Open Roller Skating Championship held at DDA Sports Complex.

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Delhi State Yoga Competition 29th April 2017 – Delhi State Yoga Competition

The zealous Globalites who have recently participated in Delhi State Yoga Competition which was held on 29 April 2017 at Yuva Shhakti Model School, Sec-3, Rohini, New Delhi.
ANAME ACLASS APOSITION
RONAK SINGH VI-B FIRST
RAJVEER  S. THAKUR VI-C SECOND


Both are selected to represent Delhi at Federation Level Championship to be held in October 2017.





Save Water 25th April 2017 – Save Water

WITHOUT WATER, EVERYTHING WITHERS

Water is one of the nature's precious gift to mankind. Life on the earth is possible only because of water. Three fourth surface of the earth is covered by water however, it contains very less percentage of clean water which is fit for human consumption. To tell us more about the importance of water the students of class II - B presented an assembly on the topic 'Without Water, Everything Withers'. The students spoke about the importance of water, its uses and the reasons of water scarcity and contamination. They presented a lively street play which gave a message that we should save water and a little effort from our end can give a big positive result towards the save water campaign.

Thereafter, medals were given to the winners of International Talent Hunt Olympiad in which Aadrito Chakravorty of class II - A received a gold medal and Divyansh Arora of class II - D received a bronze medal. The assembly came to an end with the inspiring words by the Vice Principal of the school Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar.

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Poster Making Competition - HCL 24th April 2017 – Poster Making Competition - HCL

All work and no play made Jack a dull boy. Keeping this in mind, Sachdeva global School in collaboration with HCL Health Care organised a poster making competition on the theme 'My Favourite Fruit' for the students of classes Blooms - I on 24 April, 2017. The students created beautiful posters based on the theme. The competition gave the students an opportunity to showcase their talent and raised awareness about importance of fruits among them. The work of each and every student was appreciated by all.

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