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(31 Oct – 2nd Nov) 2015 – 42nd Delhi State Roller Skating championship 2015

Skating is a great way to participate in a fitness activity which benefits both the mind and body.

Sachdeva Global School students participated in Federation National Trails (RSFI) held at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Bawana from 31st October to 2nd November 2015. Shubham Singh and Sourabh Sangwan are selected to represent Delhi at Roller Skating Federation of India Nationals to be held at Pune in the month of January.

The prize winners are as following:-

29th October 2015 – Valmiki Jayanti and Halloween

Maharishi Valmiki is celebrated as the harbinger poet in Sanskrit literature. The epic Ramayana, dated variously from 5th century BCE to first century BCE, is attributed to him. He is also known as the Adi Kavi or the first poet because he is said to have invented the first shloka, which set the base and defined the form of Sanskrit poetry. Valmiki Jayanti is thus celebrated to honour this great sage.

To tell us more about the importance and significance of Valmiki Jayanti and assembly was organised by class II-C on Valmiki Jayanti and Halloween. The children told us who sage Valmiki was and why do we celebrate his birth anniversary. They also recited a few of his famous shlokas from the Ramayana. Also during the month of October Halloween is celebrated in western countries which is a festival of remembering the dead. The students talked about the importance of the festival and how it is celebrated. Some children were even dressed in scary costumes to bring out the true feeling of Halloween. The Primary Incharge of the school, Dr. Neelam Dasgupta praised class II-C for presenting an informative assembly. During the assembly certificates were also given to the winners of the talent hunt competition from Blooms. Also, Shaivya Misra of class II-A won three gold medals in the Roller Skating Championship.

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26th October 2015 – English Story Telling Competition

Stories develop good listening skills, creativity and imagination in children.

It is true that children love stories they love to hear about fairies, giants, dragons and heroes.

Keeping this in mind, SGS organized a ‘Story Telling Competition’ for the students of Blooms on 26th October 2015. The children narrated various stories using colourful props and were also well dressed in their favourite characters like lion, crow, giraffe etc. The stories were thoroughly enjoyed by the audience. The competition was tough, making it difficult to declare the winners. The children participated in the competition with full zeal and enthusiasm. The event was a great success with maximum participation of the children from all the sections of Blooms.


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(26 – 28) October 2015 – CBSE North Zone-I - Roller Skating Championship

Skating is a great way to participate in a fitness activity which benefits both the mind and body.

Sachdeva Global School students participated in Roller Skating Championship 2015-16 held at Remal Public School, Sec-3, Rohini, New Delhi. Almost 1100 skaters participated. The students of Sachdeva Global School performed extremely well and won 1 Gold, 1 Silver and 1 Bronze Medals, total 3 medals.

The prize winners are as following:-

Shubham Singh of Class XII-B has been selected for CBSE National to be held from 4th to 7th January 2016 at Vadodara, Gujrat.

23rd October 2015 – Donation to Goonj

Believing in inculcating ‘The Joy of Giving’ in each and every stakeholder of the school, a huge number of clothes, toys, shoes and bed sheets and linen were collected by the students and sent to Goonj, an NGO with whom the school has been in association for long. The staff and students of SGS hope that this contribution will make some difference to the lives of the needy and will prove to be a glimmer of hope in the festive season.

21st October 2015 – Assembly Dussehra – Class II-B

To keep up with the spirit the Dussehra festival special assembly was organized by class II-B on 21st October 2015 which was attended by the entire school.

Dussehra is a Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. The festival celebrates Lord Rama’s victory over the ten headed demon king Ravana. The day also marks the victory of goddess Durga over the demon Maahaishasur. Dussehra is celebrated in various forms across India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. The children told us about the significance of the festival and why and how it is celebrated. There was also a dance performance by the children depicting the last battle between Lord Rama and Ravana. At the end, students dressed up as Ram, Sita and Laxman burnt the effigy of Ravana signifying the victory of good over evil. The Head of school, Mrs. Sumanna Datta Sarkar congratulated class II-B for their overall presentation. She also told us how we should try and look within ourselves and let the demons inside us subside and let good be victorious over evil.

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20th October 2015 – Visit to Kiran Nadar Museum of Art

The students of class VIII visited the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Saket on Tuesday, 20th October 2015. The ever-growing collection of KNMA is largely focuses on significant trajectories. Its core collection highlights a magnificent generation of 20th century Indian painters from the post independence decades and equally engages the different art practices of the younger contemporaries. The session started with a brief introduction about the gallery followed by showing of some symbols highlighting, how humans developed the ability to produce art. By using those symbols students of SGS drew beautiful drawings and took a guided tour to the gallery. It was a wonderful experience at Kiran Nadar Museum of Art as students enjoyed the visit utmost and the session was very informative.

15th October 2015 – Calligraphy Competition – Class I

‘Writing is like walking in a deserted street. Out of the dust in the street, you make a mud pie.’

Calligraphy- the word defines the art of writing, the art of writing in a decorative manner. Writing is the art of expressing ourselves better. To write is to learn. For the students, writing is considered to be the most essential means of saying and expressing what they feel and writing in a creative and a decorative manner is an essential part of this process. In order to explore the art of writing that the students possess, a Calligraphy Competition was organized in our school for class I on 15.10.15. The students were full of enthusiasm and all set to show their creative handwriting on the sheets given to them. The competition went on for an hour. The students were judged on the basis of the formation of the words according to the script followed in the class.

On the basis of the Judgment made, the winners of the Calligraphy Competition were as follows:


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(15 – 16) October 2015 – Annual Athletic Meet 2015

“Gold medals aren’t really made of gold. They’re made of sweat, determination and hard-to-find alloy called guts.”

Annual Athletic Meet is a pure reflection of sheer skill, hard work, commitment and perseverance a sportsman dedicate to a sport. 15th and 16th October 2015 will be marked in the history of Sachdeva Global School as a landmark in the growth of our global institution. Our Vice chairman Mr. Anil Sachdeva addressed our young enthusiasts and pushed them even harder to perform with the even soaring fighting spirits. The day began on a very vibrant note with a calming performance by our Yoga enthusiasts, which was followed by a scintillating show put up by the students of Rope Skipping Federation of India. One of our three National champions Kartikay Rao also performed with the Rope Skipping team and left the enthralling crowd wanting for more. The show also saw a breath taking presentation by our speeding stars on wheels, showcasing tremendously flawless artistic skills with varied formations. The races for the classes-Buds to III took place on 15th October 2015, Thursday. Day-2 saw our sporting enthusiasts performing with zeal in races ranging from a comparative simpler Lemon and spoon race to as hard as the 200 mtrs. race with pushups and hurdles. Sport is an amazing way to unwind ourselves of the stresses of our ruffled lives, leading us to an enlightened version of our own selves. Writing off this year’s success stories with the much awaited Prize Distribution ceremony, stamped the hard work of all the contenders fighting on the field for earning those glistening medallions.

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14th October 2015 – Extempore Classes VI - VIII

An Inter house Extempore Competition was organized on 14th October 2015 for classes VI – VIII.

Aim of the Event Extempore was to encourage the students to accumulate, organize and present their thoughts without premeditation or preparation. It is here that the spontaneity, knowledge and wittiness of the student were put to test.

The theme of the event was “women” dedicating the event to the International day of the girl child celebrated on 11th October worldwide.

It was a competition in which the participants were given a particular topic, on which they had to speak for two minutes with preparatory time of two minutes. The event saw participation from students across the stated classes.

The judging criterion for them was content, presentation/ communication skills, eye contact, body language and creativity to relate live examples with topic.

What remains noteworthy is that this competition was successful in maintaining the enthusiasm of students; the event closed with providing an open forum for the other students who shared their thoughts across and made the event a great learning experience for all.

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14th October 2015 – Invention of Wheel: Life Before and After

Wheels have made human life very easy and convenient. With the invention of wheels the means of transport have become much faster and effective and long distances can be travelled with ease and comfort. But, before the invention of wheel life was a bit difficult as man travelled on foot or on animals to move from one place to another. To tell us more about the life before and after the invention of wheel an assembly was conducted by class II-A on invention of wheel: life before and after. The students portrayed how the early man used to travel when there were no wheels and how they used animals likes donkeys, ox, horses etc to move and carry loads from one place to another. They also told us about how the wheel was invented and how easy life has become after its invention. They even talked about the different means of transport and the use of wheels in it. To inculcate awareness about the importance of saving fuel the students also discussed the different measures that can be taken up to save fuel. During the assembly certificates were also given to the winners of the tux typing competition from class II.

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14th October 2015 – Creative Writing Competition

In order to give wings to expression through immersion into the valley of their thoughts and creativity, students of SGS participated with the full zeal in an Inter House Creative Writing Competition held for classes IX-XII on 14th October, 2015. The competition initiated with a brief introduction about the rules and the judgement criteria. Later, a visual input was given to the students and they were asked to put their thoughts together & spin a write up around the visual given in about 30 minutes. It would involve their own unique way including a Poem, a Story or an Essay. Finally their write ups were evaluated and the results were announced in the Assembly. It proved to be an enriching experience for the participants and their potential was utilized to the core.

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(13 – 16) October 2015 – Yoga Zonal Competition

Sachdeva Global School students participated in Yoga Zonal Competition 2015 held at GBSSS, Bijwasan, Bharthal Road, New Delhi. Following are the positions secured by them at various categories:

Students securing positions in the Sub Junior / Junior category are :


Ronak Singh has been selected for Inter Zonal Competition coming up soon.

(10 – 12) October 2015 – CBSE Rope Skipping National Championship 2015

Sachdeva Global School students participated in CBSE Rope Skipping National Championship 2015 held at Sri Prakash Synergy School, peddapuram, Andhra Pradesh. The students of Sachdeva Global School performed extremely well.


06th October 2015 – Space Explorer Workshop – Class III

A workshop named “Magnificent Family of Sun” was conducted on 6th October 2015 for students of grade IIII. 24 Students attended this workshop. The duration of the workshop was 90 minutes.

Participants were introduced to Solar System objects such as Sun, planets, comets, asteroids and dwarf planets. They learnt about various facts about these objects and their place in the solar system. Students also solved puzzle of solar system objects to get clues that will help them to find these objects placed in a pool of balls called as solar family pool. With the objects found from the pool, they completed a solar system model by placing all the objects in their designated sequence.

Learning outcomes of the workshop

1. Understanding why solar system is called as family of Sun.

2. Learning the Sun acts as parent and hold the solar system objects with gravity.

3. Identify different colours of the objects in the solar system.

4. Learning to differentiate between comets and asteroids.

5. Learning to differentiate between planets and dwarf planets.

6. Understanding that planets are spherical in shape, either made of gas or rocks and the characteristics.

06th October 2015 – Space Explorer Workshop – Classes III - V

A workshop named “Rocket- A Space Vehicle” was conducted on 06 October 2015 for students of grade III - V. 66 Students attended this workshop. The duration of the workshop was 90 minutes.

In this workshop, Students realized that even as simple and as omnipresent thing like air can be used as a fuel to launch rockets which flies to great heights and lengths. They learnt about the power and magic of air pressure through hands-on activities. Later they constructed their own stomp rockets and launched them in a friendly competition on the same concept of air pressure.

The whole philosophy of the workshop is

I do - I understand
I understand – I learn

Learning Outcomes of the workshop

1. Understanding space and rocket.

2. The shape and parts of a rocket.

3. Fuel used in different types of rocket.

4. Pressure exerted by air and its importance.

5. Stomp rocket and how it flies

6. Testing their own rockets

06th October 2015 – Space Explorer Workshop – Class II

A workshop named Lift Off was conducted on 6th October 2015 for students of grade – II. 32 students attended this workshop. The Duration of the workshop was 90 minutes.

Participants were introduced to the idea of rockets as a space vehicle and its working principle. The working principle i.e., Newton’s third law of motion was introduced and demonstrated to them through a balloon rocket and car, without actually stating the same. Once they understood it, they applied the same in different types of rockets.

Students then enjoyed working hands on to launch their own pop rocket flying high by using easily available kitchen material i.e. Eno and water, as rocket fuel.

Learning outcomes of the workshop included:
1. Understanding about space and rocket.

2. Understanding the principle behind rockets, i.e. Action – Reaction principle, through various activities.

3. The shape of a rocket.

4. Introduction to pop rockets and understanding it is also called as a rocket.

5. Launching their own pop rockets

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06th October 2015 – Space Explorer Workshop – Class I

A workshop named “Rocket 1, 2, 3… Go!” on 6 October 2015 for students of grade I. 27 Students attended this workshop. The duration of the workshop was 90 minutes.

In this workshop, Students came to know about the concept of action and reaction i.e. for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, which is used to fly rocket, through various activities. Through a simple balloon this principle was introduced to them, without actually stating the same.

They, then, recapitulated the concept again and again while playing various games with different gadgets like balloon rocket, balloon car, straw spinner and straw rocket, all in form of competition.

Learning outcomes of the workshop
1. Realization that rocket is a space vehicle.

2. Learning about the concept of Newton’s third law of law of motion i.e. addition reaction principle without actually stating it i.e. Action-reaction principle without actually stating it i.e. through activity.

3. This principle was reinstated in students when they participated in various competitions like balloon rocket race, balloon car race, and straw spinner and do activity with these gadgets working on Newton’s 3rd Law.

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06th October 2015 – Career Oriented Workshop

An informative & interactive school session was designed for the students of classes XI - XII; focusing majorly on the merits and need for liberal education in India by Ashoka University. The workshop aimed at learning more about the Liberal Arts.

During the session, the team members worked with the students to make them understand the prospects of higher education thus, intending to create a dialogue between the University and its prospective students, essential for building and shaping the face of a pioneering institution.

A number of interesting queries were raised which were also clarified efficiently by the key speaker Ms. Pratikshya Parimita. Finally, it ended with an inspirational address by the HoS, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar, who asked the students to open up and seek help in case of any problems to live a more fulfilling and satisfying life.

9th October 2015 – Workshop for TOFEL

Keeping in view the necessities of students of class XIII a workshop was conducted by Education Testing Services on 9th October 2015 on the importance of English language proficiency Test – TOFEL for undergraduate for undergraduate admission in foreign universities. TOFEL is an online exam and exam for students whose native language is not English.

All the valuable information related to the registration, structure and the duration of exam was delivered by the resource person. Students were familiarized with the four sections of the exam i.e. Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking along with the likely pattern of the questions on fill in the blanks, multiple choice questions, true and false etc.

The workshop was a hands-on learning session for all students. They had an amazing opportunity to learn and explore.

9th October 2015 – Dental Workshop

In accordance with the culture of having informative workshops, a workshop on Dental care was conducted for the students of classes VIII - IX on 9th October 2015. The workshop aimed at the nuances of ill brushing and the norms which must be followed for tooth hygiene. The animated PPT shown to the students display the tooth decay and its consequences. It was an eye opener for all the students and motivated them to brush properly and take due care of their teeth. Finally, it ended with a question answer session and a general feedback by the students which gave them a platform to clarify their doubts related to dental hygiene.

(8th - 9th) October 2015 – DNA Workshop

DNA workshop was conducted on 8 and 9 October 2015 under the guidance of team - Escherichia coli. It was a thorough and thoughtful experience for the students of classes X - XII where DNA isolation from Plants, WBC, Saliva and Bacterial culture was given emphasis. Students of class X had the hands on experience on DNA isolation of mentioned samples whereas students of classes XI - XII along with DNA isolation had the extended learning on DNA Fingerprinting and PCR.

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7th October 2015 – The Eternal Gandhi

“My Life is my message” quoted Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation.

And to understand his message better, to learn the virtues he taught, the students of class III visited the Eternal Gandhi Museum on October 7, 2015, just a few days after his birth anniversary.

The students were filled with gratitude as they got glimpses of his life while traversing the corridor unfolding images and events from Gandhiji’s life as a social revolutionary in search for spiritual enlightment. Various installations and AV shows enabled the students recall and learn about various historical events in our freedom struggle and in the movements he led.

They imbued his teachings of non-violence, truth and humility better as they could practically indulge in activities like turning of the prayer wheels, touching symbolic pillars, spinning wheels, doing the act of hands touching sacred objects, viewing collaboratively constructed quilts, sacred chanting in the collective group, touching and rotating of prayer beads etc.

All in all, it was a great learning experience, both intellectually and spiritually for the students as they got the opportunity to visit the site where Mahatma Gandhi spent his last 181 days and then attained martyrdom.

06th October 2015 – Honour Your Grand Parents

Grandparent’s are God’s gifts to children. To lay the importance of them in our lives the children of Buds – D dedicated an assembly on topic “Honour Your Grand Parents”.

On this occassion the children presented an informative assembly, which began with introductory lines on importance of grandparents and how to respect and take care of them followed by a dance performance on song “O Grandma, Grandpa I love you. The children dressed in pink and red coloured looked beautiful. The assembly was enjoyed by all.

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06th October 2015 – Astronomy and Space Science Hands on Workshop

An Astronomy and Space Science Hands on Workshop was organized in association with SPACE Organization at Sachdeva Global School. The students of classes I–II participated enthusiastically in it. The workshop started with an interesting presentation followed by a set of activities. The presentation was comprehendable telling the students about “How a Rocket Flies?” The students were very active during the discussions. After that there were some activities based on the presentation. They were full of fun and frolic and were planned according to the level of the students. The students enjoyed thoroughly and learned many new things such as Rocket Launching and Movement of Air.

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