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Our Green Pledge

At SGS we understand, appreciate and value our green gold (environment). It is important that this precious gift is nurtured, preserved and reserved for the next generation. To ensure our students become global green citizens they are sensitized through awareness programmes, participate in van-mahotsav celebrations and practice and preach the golden rule – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.



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

 

 

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

 

 

 



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

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

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

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

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

 



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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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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.

 





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).

 





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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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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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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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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