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Fruit Chaat Making Activity 15th May 2020 – Fruit Chaat Making Activity

To inculcate the habit of eating healthy food and help our tiny tots understand the importance of fruits in our diet, a FRUIT CHAAT MAKING activity was conducted for the students of Buds on 15 May 2020. The purpose of this activity was to strengthen identification of fruits and enhance kids vocabulary with words like washing, peeling, cutting, sprinkling, mixing etc. Kids wore aprons and prepared a fruit chaat with the teacher’s guidance and assistance of their parents. The toddlers savoured the chaat made by them in the class.

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Healthy Sandwich and Lemonade Making 15th May 2020 – Healthy Sandwich and Lemonade Making

Eating well is fundamental to good health and well-being. When children eat and drink well, they get all the essential nutrients they need for proper growth and development. Healthy eating for children should always include a range of interesting and tasty food items that can make up a healthy, varied and balanced diet. Keeping this in consideration, a ‘Healthy Sandwich and Lemonade making’ fun activity was conducted for the students of Blooms on 15 May, 2020.

The parents were given pre-instructions to arrange the required items like bread, vegetables, lemon juice, sugar etc for the same. In this fun activity, the children made a sandwich and lemonade under the guidance of the teacher and also relished it during the online session. They also sang songs, danced and shared their opinion on healthy food. The session ended on a happy note with teacher giving them few suggestions on how to spend their summer vacation fruitfully.

 





Intra Class Competition 15th May 2020 – Intra Class Competition

Life’s greatest lessons are usually learned during the worst times.

Co-curricular activities are a fundamental part of school life which are intended to improve the learning experience of students.  These activities help identify and develop the inner talents like creative skills, expression skills etc. which help in the overall development of one’s personality. In order to foster this spirit amongst the students even during these unprecedented times, Sachdeva Global School organised various online intra class co-curricular competitions for the students of Class 3-5.The third week of May was a tribute to all the mothers as they are no less than the frontliners fighting against the deadly coronavirus. The theme of the competitions was: MOTHERS- OUR GUARDIAN ANGELS. The students of Classes 3 and 5 recited beautiful poems dedicated to their mothers whereas the students of Class 4 had their creative hats on and showcased their talent by making colourful posters.
The competitions witnessed whole hearted participation. It was indeed a mesmerising week which would be etched in our memory for a long time. The results of the competitions are as follows:

POEM RECITATION

NAME CLASS POSITION
Aavya Birmhan III-A FIRST
Apoorvi  Vashisth III-A FIRST
Harshiv Roy III-A SECOND
Reyansh Bhargava III-A SECOND
Anvi Srivastava III-A THIRD
Ananya Saxena III-B FIRST
Parth Yadav III-B FIRST
Chaavi III-B SECOND
Simran Sharma III-B SECOND
Rishabh Gupta III-B SECOND
Aarohi Gupta III-B THIRD
Deekshant Ranga III-B THIRD
Anmol Singh Bandra III-C FIRST
Poonam Rohilla III-C SECOND
Ishrat Ghai III-C SECOND
Aarna Pathak III-C THIRD
Saanvi Tiwari III-D FIRST
Garvita Jain III-D SECOND
Misha Sharma III-D SECOND
Aadya Vashistha III-D THIRD
Arjun Bhatnagar III-D THIRD
Myra Gulati III-D THIRD
Meher Sudan III-E FIRST
Satvik Gahlot III-E SECOND
Ryna Sehwag III-E SECOND
Ruhashi Bajwa III-E THIRD
Hetarth Kapoor III-E THIRD
Tisya Paul III-E THIRD



POSTER MAKING COMPETITION

NAME CLASS POSITION
Samanvita Srivastava IV-A FIRST
Samaira Rawal IV-A FIRST
Abhinav Kushwaha IV-A SECOND
Samriddhi Juyal IV-A SECOND
Hunar Saluja IV-A THIRD
Vedant IV-B FIRST
Mishika Verma IV-B SECOND
Aveksha Lakra IV-B SECOND
Triti Lal IV-B THIRD
Samanvi Pal IV-C FIRST
Anshika Shekhawat IV-C SECOND
Ansh Yadav IV-C THIRD
Achintyaa Kumar IV-D FIRST
Rishaan Das IV-D SECOND
Priyansh IV-D THIRD
Bhumin Singh IV-E FIRST
Tavisha Singh IV-E FIRST
Hazel IV-E SECOND
Granth Sheoran IV-E SECOND
Aleena Khan IV-E THIRD



KAVITA VACHAN PRATIYOGITA

NAME CLASS POSITION
Divyansh Arora  V-A FIRST
Himakshi V-A FIRST
Shaurya Kukreja V-A SECOND
Aadrito V-A SECOND
Avyukta Verma  V-A THIRD
Tia Jain V-A THIRD
Mehak Manral V-B FIRST
Nitisha Sehrawat V-B FIRST
Sonakshi V-B SECOND
Sonakshi Mathur V-B SECOND
Ansh Yadav V-B THIRD
Mohammed Aquib V-B THIRD
Vaishnavi Mediratta V-C FIRST
Saanvi Pandey V-C SECOND
Lavanya V-C SECOND
Mishti Kain V-C SECOND
Avighna Das V-C THIRD
Ekamjeet Singh V-C THIRD
Satakshi V-C THIRD
Hansita Gupta V-D FIRST
Kunsh Chitkara V-D FIRST
Seerat Bhullar V-D SECOND
Harshita Sood V-D SECOND
Alisha Singhal V-D THIRD
Rohan Sangwan V-D THIRD




English Poem Recitaion Competition - Make Every Day Earth Day 14th May 2020 – English Poem Recitaion Competition - Make Every Day Earth Day

Our beloved Mother Earth which supports life is in grave danger. Saving mother earth is the need of the hour in order to live peacefully. Hence, it is essential to focus on promoting clean living and a healthy, sustainable habitat for people and wildlife alike. Keeping this in mind an ‘Intra Class English Poem Recitation Competition’ based on the theme ‘Make Everyday Earth Day’ was organized for the students of Class-I on 14 May 2020.

The competition encouraged the students to come forward and express their feelings towards our planet. The students recited the poems with great warmth and enthusiasm. The spectators enjoyed the vibrance of expression, thoughts, rhythm and words in the poem.

Students were judged on parameters like content, pronunciation, fluency, voice modulation, creativity in presentation, confidence, costume and props.

The endeavour and diligence of the students was praiseworthy.

The winners of the competition were as follows- 

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

SUPRIYA SHARMA

I-A

FIRST

MYRA YADAV

I-A

SECOND

RAVYA JAIN

I-A

SECOND

KANAK GUPTA

I-A

THIRD

NIMRAT KAUR

I-B

FIRST

AAROHI  SAINI

I-B

SECOND

ANIKET SHOKEEN

I-B

THIRD

VIBHOR BHAGTANI

I-B

THIRD

SONAYA CHOUDHURY

I-C

FIRST

SHANAYA RAUTELA

I-C

SECOND

VIDUSHI SANDEEP

I-C

SECOND

VIRAAJ BHARTI

I-C

THIRD

MALVINA SHARMA

I-D

FIRST

ATEEKSH KHETRAPAL

I-D

SECOND

SHIVJIT SINGH

I-D

THIRD

KAVYANSH SETH

I-E

FIRST

VIVAAN YADAV

I-E

SECOND

AVISHKA SINHA

I-E

THIRD

 



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Make the Earth Fantastic, Say No To Plastic 14th May 2020 – Make the Earth Fantastic, Say No To Plastic

Our planet Earth is choking because of the use of plastic. Though its use has made our lives comfortable, it is also destroying our planet and requires a lot of natural resources to produce it. The need of the hour is to use bio-degradable materials like cloth, jute etc.  To make students aware about how plastic is destroying our environment and present their ideas creatively, an English Poem Recitation Competition was organised for class II on the theme ‘MAKE THE EARTH FANTASTIC, SAY NO TO PLASTIC’ on 14 May 2020(Thursday). Students recited some thought-provoking poems on how to stop the use of plastic. They were full of confidence and enthusiasm while performing live in front of the judges and their fellow classmates. This activity gave them an opportunity to express their thoughts and perform confidently on an online platform. 


The winners of the competition were as follows:

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

KAVISH TOMAR

II A

FIRST

DHANESH KANWAR VERMA

II A

SECOND

SAESHA JAIN

II B

THIRD

AADYA AGGARWAL

II B

FIRST

SAANVIKA SINGH RAWAT

II B

FIRST

GUNIKA KALRA

II B

SECOND

LAKSHAY ANAND

II B

THIRD

VIHAAN ARORA

II B

THIRD

KABIR SINGH

II C

FIRST

BHAVYA SHARMA

II C

SECOND

ARPANJOT SINGH

II C

THIRD

DIARA GANGULY

II D

FIRST

PRASANNIKA SAXENA

II D

SECOND

AARVI SINGH

II D

THIRD

ARIA HOODA

II E

FIRST

HITAKSHI SHARMA

II E

SECOND

AKSHAJ AGNIHOTRI

II E

THIRD




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English Rhyme Recitation 13th May 2020 – English Rhyme Recitation

The musical and rhythmic words of the poetry are enjoyed by the students. They enjoy the beauty of thoughts, feelings, expressions, and rhyming in the poem. The ability to identify colours is considered as a marker and milestone in child’s development. Early identification of colours helps to create the cognitive link between visual clues and words. Keeping this in mind, an ‘English Rhyme Recitation’ activity was organized for the students of Buds on Wednesday, May 13, 2020. The theme of the activity was ‘Colours’.  They recited different rhymes on the theme Colours such as “My teeth is white, Yellow- yellow like the sun, Red colour- red colour where are you, Apple is red, Let’s learn colours, Rainbow” and many more. The students participated with enthusiasm , used colourful props and even dressed up nicely.

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Show and Tell - Theme : Hygiene 13th May 2020 – Show and Tell - Theme : Hygiene

“Many diseases and conditions can be prevented or controlled through appropriate personal hygiene and by frequently washing body parts.”

Personal hygiene not only helps in keeping oneself clean but also prevents the spread of infectious diseases. Teaching children about hygiene and creating a personal hygiene routine for them early on is important as they are more susceptible to infections. Keeping in mind the present scenario of outbreak of the pandemic corona virus, an intra class competition ‘Show and Tell’ on the theme ‘Hygiene’ was conducted for the students of Blooms on 13 May, 2020.

The students took part actively and presented their thoughts innovatively with beautiful props. Few students dressed up like the object they were presenting and spoke about it while others showed various personal hygiene products such as tooth brush, tooth paste, soap bar, nail cutter, sanitizer, shampoo etc. and spoke about them. 

The names of the winners are as follows.


NAME

CLASS

POSITION

Raunak Khetan

BLOOMS A

FIRST

Roselyn Kaur

BLOOMS B

FIRST

 Namostu Sameer Deolekar

BLOOMS C

FIRST

Anjani Arora

BLOOMS D

FIRST

Ananya Sharma

BLOOMS E

FIRST

Kaira Parashar

BLOOMS A

SECOND

Naysa Palta

Hamzah Malik

BLOOMS B

SECOND

Ananya Sharma

BLOOMS C

SECOND

Vivaan Goel

BLOOMS D

SECOND

Parth Kaushik

BLOOMS E

SECOND

Harshvardhan Pangty

Aarna Bhardwaj

BLOOMS A

THIRD

Atharv Sood

BLOOMS B

THIRD

Pransh Verma

Tanishq Nandy

BLOOMS C

THIRD

Reya Aggarwal

BLOOMS D

THIRD

Kiratraj Singh Kochhar

BLOOMS E

THIRD





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Pick the Correct Object 12th May 2020 – Pick the Correct Object

‘Cleanliness is next to Godliness’ 

John Wesley

A clean body and clean surroundings help the inception of pure thoughts and provide peace of mind. To create awareness among the students regarding cleanliness and its benefits, a fun activity ‘Pick the correct object’ was conducted for the students of Blooms on 12 May 2020.

The parents were given pre-instructions to arrange items that are used for keeping the body neat and clean. In this fun guessing game, children were asked questions and they had to guess the name of the correct object. All the children participated with zeal and were eager to answer. The teacher also told students that cleanliness should not be limited to own home or surroundings, but a clean environment is also important for a healthy ecosystem.



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Collage Making Activity  “Healthy vs Junk Food 12th May 2020 – Collage Making Activity “Healthy vs Junk Food

Choosing the right food is a part of recipe for keeping healthy. In order to help children develop to their full potential, it is vital that they are provided with good nutritious food and lifestyle. With the hectic pace of many families' lives, helping children develop healthy eating habits is a struggle for many parents.

Giving grave importance to a "Healthy Lifestyle",  a collage-making activity on “Healthy vs Junk Food"  was conducted for students of class II on 12 May 2020 as a visual guide to help, educate and encourage children to eat a balanced diet and avoid junk food. The students were given ideas by the teacher through a short demonstration on the given topic. In the interactive session, students were guided to create their own collage on "Healthy vs Junk Food". In the learning-oriented process, some questions were also put up to students at the end of this activity to ensure a complete understanding of the topic. The students thoroughly enjoyed the active virtual learning session and promised to make the right healthy choices in their diets. Their smiles lit up the screen and all of them displayed their creative collage with pride.



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Show and Tell : My Days With My Family during Lockdown 12th May 2020 – Show and Tell : My Days With My Family during Lockdown

With schools shut down due to corona virus outbreak, how are children getting used to this new ‘At Home’ status?  Keeping this in mind, an activity ‘SHOW AND TELL: MY DAYS WITH MY FAMILY DURING LOCKDOWN’ was conducted for students of Class I on 12 May 2020.

Students shared their thoughts about how they are spending quality time at home by engaging in their favourite fun activities in the absence of not being able to go out . They showed their props and spoke with zeal about their favourite food item made healthily at home and toys with which they have been playing during lockdown. They spoke about their interest in various hobbies which they have developed during the lockdown. Many students also shared their experiences with loved ones and how they have been helping at home in their own way. The students took part in the virtual activity with a lot of enthusiasm. 





Mother's Day Celebration - Rhymes Recitation 08th May 2020 – Mother's Day Celebration - Rhymes Recitation

“A Mother is she who can take the place of all others, but whose place no one else can take”. Mother’s Day is a special day, for all children and mothers, as it celebrates the bond of love and affection that is everlasting. Mothers are the emotional backbone of the family, who have the magic touch to heal all wounds and make all things beautiful .To express this beautiful feeling,  rhyme recitation activity was conducted by the teachers on 8 May 2020 for the students of Blooms. All the students participated with enthusiasm and expressed their love and affection for their mother. The session was concluded by the teacher by making children understand the importance of mothers in our lives and the extra recognition they deserve for all they do.


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Exploring Shapes with Clay 08th May 2020 – Exploring Shapes with Clay

Clay modeling is a great way to develop a child’s fine motor skills, imagination and spark creativity. Kids love vibrant colours and the doughy texture of the clay. A clay modeling activity was conducted for the students of Buds-‘EXPLORING SHAPES WITH CLAY’ on 8 May 2020.The parents were given pre-instructions to keep clay or chapati dough ready with kids. The students were instructed to make different shapes and other objects like necklace for their mothers on the occasion of Mother’ Day on 10 May 2020. They participated enthusiastically and created the pieces that were worth watching.




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My Mother My World - Mother's Day Card Making 08th May 2020 – My Mother My World - Mother's Day Card Making

       “God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers’’

-Rudyard Kipling

Of all the relations in the world, the most precious relation is that of a mother and her child. Our mothers play an important role in our lives. They are our support system, make us learn a lot of new things, help us with our work, instil good values in us and help us through all stages of life. Even when we grow up, the one person that we always look up to is our mother. Mothers are our guardian angels and the only person in the world who is worried about us even when we aren’t children anymore. Mother’s Day is one such day which is celebrated on the second Sunday of May every year to thank our mothers for all that they have done for us. To enlighten our students more about Mother’s Day, a special activity ‘Mother’s Day Card Making’ was organized for classes I & II. A discussion was done wherein the importance of Mother’s Day was explained to the students. The students were asked to share their feelings about the things they love the most about their mothers. 

Thereafter, the teacher demonstrated how to make a card and shared some samples. The students made the cards to be given as a surprise on the D-day. They participated enthusiastically and thoroughly enjoyed the activity. It was indeed a great virtual learning experience which gave a boost to the creativity of our young learners. 



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Making of Two Letter Words Using Clay Modeling 07th May 2020 – Making of Two Letter Words Using Clay Modeling

Clay modeling is a great way to develop a child’s dexterity and fine motor skills. Kids have fun and funky sensation squashing and trampling the clay. Keeping this in consideration, clay modeling fun activity was organized for the students of Blooms on 7 May, 2020 to help them discover, learn and understand the formation of different letters using clay and joining them to form a two letter word. 

Parents were given pre-instructions to arrange clay or atta dough for the same. 

Students participated with a lot of gaiety and enthusiasm. The tactile hands on nature of clay made children get engrossed while having fun simultaneously. The children pounded, squeezed, rolled and blended the clay to form two letter words. It was a pleasure to watch their petite fingers at work. Under the guidance and direction of the teachers, kids made the letters ‘he’ and ‘we’ and displayed them with pride. The activity helped to boost their self-confidence and develop speaking skills.



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Special Activity - Guess the Taste 06th May 2020 – Special Activity - Guess the Taste

Learning happens most when kids are involved in activities using ‘hands on approach’. A taste testing activity is always lots of fun. Keeping this in consideration, a sensory fun guessing activity was conducted for the students of Buds on 7 May, 2020 to help them learn and understand the flavours of different food items. 

The parents were given pre-instructions to arrange food items that are relished by their kids. In this fun guessing game, the children used their sense of taste (tongue) to figure out if the available food item was sweet, salty or sour. Plates having varying food items with different textures and tastes could be seen and kids savoured the food they were eating. 



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GSP award- 2019-2022 07th February 2020 – GSP award- 2019-2022

Team SGS has once again won the Green Schools Programme (GSP) award- 2019-2022



The British Council- International School Award, 2018-21 01st April 2019 – The British Council- International School Award, 2018-21

Sachdeva Global School was conferred with the British Council International School Award (ISA) for the second consecutive time on 5 December, 2018.  The ISA Award has its presence in 31 countries around the world and recognizes and celebrates exemplary practices of ‘internationalism’ in schools. 

The award holds a testimony to the fact that SGS has been meeting international standards of teaching and learning from the past six years.





The Green School Programme Award- Centre for Science and Environment

The Green School Programme Award- Centre for Science and Environment
01st April 2019 – The Green School Programme Award- Centre for Science and Environment

Sachdeva Global School won the prestigious GSP Award (Green School Programme) in November, 2017. SGS is an active member of CSE (Centre for Science and Environment) and competed with around 1000 schools for the coveted trophy. 

Green School Programme (GSP) is an environmental education program directed to sensitize students to the environment through hands-on and thought provoking activities.  It helps schools become good environmental managers by devising strategies and adopting pragmatic solutions to reduce wastage of precious resources.

SGS strongly believes in the importance of reducing its carbon footprint and endeavours to continue championing the cause of an ecologically balanced environment. An Automation drive was carried out as part of GSP where students developed an in-house automated switching system to save energy in the classroom.  This activity found special mention in the Annual dossier published by the CSE (Centre for Science and Environment).  The dossier publishes best practices of schools across India to conserve energy. 




 
 
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