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(29th March & 12th April 2014) - Orientation Programme

Orientation Programme is an opportunity for parents to know what to expect in the coming years and also equip themselves for it. SGS organised ‘Orientation Programme’ for the parents of classes UKG – II on Saturday, 29th March 2014 and for LKG on Saturday, 12th April 2014. The programme made the parents familiar with the school’s infrastructure and it’s culture.

The parents were acquainted with the teaching methodologies. International policy, global exposure given to the children and various social and environmental activities initiated by the school.

Mrs. Novita Chopra, Head of the school addressed the gathering and assured the parents that their children were in safe hands and the teachers will groom their ward to come out with flying colours.

It was followed by demonstrations on various activities such as Abacus, Script, Smart Class Lessons and Summarization Videos etc. to make learning process easy and interesting. The orientation programme was very informative and parents were eager to play as partners in the progress of their child.

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11th April 2014 – World Health Day

The seventh day of April, marks the anniversary of the founding of World Health Organization (WHO) in 1948, and is celebrated as World Health Day. Every year WHO comes up with a new theme to celebrate this day and spread awareness about health related concerns. This year’s theme is “Vector Borne Diseases, Small Bite Big Threat!”

At SGS, we realize the significance of involving students in celebrating days of International importance and its role in instilling awareness and a global outlook amongst students. On 11 April 2014, students of class XII Commerce presented a special assembly to celebrate the founding of WHO, on the theme of Vector Borne Diseases. It was an informative assembly where students shared thoughts on the issue.

Students made a special presentation on Vector Borne Diseases, and created an informative live collage on the stage.

Taking this year’s WHO theme forwards, a humorous yet poignant street play titled “Small Bite, Big Threat” was presented by students, which depicted causes and preventive measures required to tackle such diseases.

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4th April 2014 - Disaster Management Initiatives

Sachdeva Global School is well aware of its social responsibilities and the role of a school in developing socially aware and responsible citizens. Walking on this path, the school from time to time educate children about the various disasters that they may face in future and conducts mock drills to prepare its students, for unforeseen calamity that may strike, so that they can save themselves and others around them.

Recently the school conducted a mock drill to educate students about earthquakes, where teachers helped students to exit the school and assemble at the prayer ground as per the exit plan in a calm and coordinated manner. A demonstration was put up by the student and teacher volunteers from the Disaster Management Team of the school, on how to conduct oneself in case of such an occurrence.

The Do’s and Don’t were shared, and students attention was drawn to the fact that, Delhi lies on the active seismic fault line, which makes it prone to major earthquakes.

Considering dense population in the Delhi-NCR region, an earthquake with its epicenter in the region can cause massive damage to life and property. We cannot predict earthquakes; we can only minimize damage by being prepared.

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1st April 2014 – Trip to Siri Fort Auditorium

The vivid hues of Western Classical Orchestra were implored by the students of SGS on Tuesday, 1st April 2014 under the combined initiative of the school & British Council. It was a recreational tour organised for classes VII & VIII. The orchestra comprised of 73 musicians & four sections namely: strings, woodwinds, brass & percussion as explained by Paul Rizmond. The stupendous control of the conductor on his baton which leads to beautiful tones of different sections of orchestra left everlasting impressions on their mind. The serenity of the music pieces of Mozart and Beethoven’s 5th Symphony captivated their fancies. The tour was an amalgamation of knowledge & entertainment. To the delicacies of music & culture, they just had one word “WOW!”



1st April 2014 – Welcome Assembly

The multi-faceted teachers of SGS conducted a synchronised assembly on Tuesday, 1st April 2014 in order to welcome the children to the new session. It had all the essentials of a rejuvenating and exciting beginning. Teachers displayed the exemplary ways of reading out news, thought and the joke. To seek the blessings of Lord Ganesha, a mesmerizing dance performance was given by Ms. Shiney. Finally, assembly ended with the pearls of wisdom by the prolific educator and the head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra who has always been a guiding light for the Globalites.

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15th March 2014 – Kindergarten Graduation Day

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka, organised ‘Graduation Day Ceremony’ for the kids of Blooms (UKG) on Saturday, 15th March 2014. Mr. Anil Sachdeva, Vice Chairman of the school was the honourable chief guest of the function. The programme started with the welcoming of the chief guest followed by the lighting of lamp by Mr. Anil Sachdeva and Head of the School Mrs. Novita Chopra.

The programme focussed on showcasing the uniqueness of Sachedeva Global School. The little narrators took the parents through a tour of the various facilities, activities and the learning atmosphere provided at SGS which nurtures their talents and develops their intellect.

The function commenced with the auspicious ‘Saraswati Vandana’ followed by ‘Orchestra and Choir’, ‘Aerobics’, ‘Yoga’, ’Skating’, ‘Rajasthani Dance’, ‘Bhangra’ and ‘Hip Hop Dance’. The tiny-tots exhibited their proficiency and confidence through the entire cultural extravaganza. The colourful costumes coupled with the enthusiasm of the young Globalites won everyones’ heart. After the Grand Finale, the Blooms’ students felt nostalgic as they shared their experiences and memories which they will cherish for life.

Then came the final moment when the young graduates, dressed up in their blue graduation robes were felicitated by Mr. Anil Sachdeva. In his adress to the students and parents, Mr. Sachdeva appreciated the efforts of the tiny-tots. The young achievers were rewarded with certificates for being promoted. The young graduates displayed their success and happiness by throwing their caps high. It was a grand and glorious day for all!

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February 2014 – Flag Week For the Cause of The Deaf

All India Federation of the Deaf is an apex body of different affiliated organizations, spread all over India and serves the deaf community in elevating overall quality of life of the Deaf. Globally, it works with World Federation of the Deaf (WFD), Helsinki, Finland, which is in turn affiliated to UNESCO, UNICEF and ILO of United Nations Organization (UNO) to pursue their policies and programs for empowerment of persons with disabilities as per provision laid to U.N. Human Rights for the disabled.

Like every year, this year also All India Federation of the Deaf is organized 56th Flag Week from 1st February 2014 onwards for the cause of the Indian Deaf Community.

SGS Staff, Students and Parents donated whole heartily for the cause. A draft of Rs. 12,754/- was sent.





28th February 2014 – National Science Day

National Science Day is celebrated every year on 28th February. This year, class IV-B got the opportunity to present the assembly to commemorate the legacy of Sir C. V. Raman.

It marked the discovery of the Raman Effect by the Indian physicist Sir Chandra Sekhara Venkata Raman on 28th February 1928.

The students highlighted the objectives of celebrating this day along with the theme of the year 2014 which is: ‘’Fostering Scientific Temper’’ and ‘’Energy Conservation’’.

The assembly successfully ignited the natural curiosity of student’s minds and proved to be one more step towards the development of scientific attitude.

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28th February 2014 – QUIZ- Famous Personalities of India

From time immemorial, our country has been blessed with special personalities. In order to enhance the knowledge of our students about these great people, a Quiz Competition was organized for the students of Class I on 28th February 2014. The theme of the competition was ‘Famous Personalities of India’. Twelve students were selected for the competition on the basis of their individual performance in the preliminary round. Six teams of two students each participated in the quiz. There were six rounds of questions in which questions were asked about the famous freedom fighters, politicians, actors, sportspersons, musicians and dancers. The students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. This competition motivated the children to take inspiration from the all time great Indian people who through their sheer determination, hard work and achievements have secured themselves a place in the list of famous personalities of India.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
NEENV MIMANI I C FIRST
SAI SMARRANN S. V. I D FIRST
KANAV DOBHAL I C SECOND
DHRUV SINHA I D SECOND
RUCHI SINGHANIA I B SECOND
INDIRA SHINDE I A     SECOND
PRINCE JHA I B THIRD
SAGAR MANGLA I C THIRD
ABHYUDAYA TAYAL I A THIRD
MUDIT SHARMA I B THIRD
DHRUV KARKI I A APPRECIATION
VANYA RANA I D APPRECIATION

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28th February 2014 – My Favourite Story Book Character

An inter-class enactment competition on the topic - My Favorite Story Book Character, was organized for the children of class II on 28th February 2014. The children represented their favorite story book characters like Cinderella, Akbar, Snow White, Robin Hood etc.

The spectators enjoyed the performance of all the participants as it was fun to see favorite characters performing live on stage. All the participants were beautifully dressed as different characters. The use of beautiful props added exquisiteness to the performance of these budding artists. The children also narrated interesting stories to depict the personality and traits of the characters that amuse them.

The competition gave them an opportunity to not only explore their favorite story book characters and speak about them, but also gave them stage confidence.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
KYAN VIKRAM SINGH II C FIRST
HARSHIT SINGH II A SECOND
AARUSH KRISHNA KUMAR II B SECOND
KANISHTHIKA II B SECOND
MASHIAT ISLAM PROMITI II A THIRD
UJJWAL AGARWAL II C THIRD
ANANYA SINGH II C THIRD

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26th February 2014 – Books Are Best Friends

"Books feed the mind and the soul"

With the view of highlighting the importance of books, a special assembly was conducted by class II - A on 26th February 2014. The children spoke beautiful lines with an objective of highlighting the significance of reading books. They emphasized upon the fact that reading books empower us with knowledge, experience and wisdom to transform us into better human beings. The young children laid stress upon the fact that books are the primary source of information by highlighting the importance of reading and acquiring knowledge through text books.

The children also laid stress upon the fact that books enable the learners to communicate and express freely. They also stressed upon the fact that books improve the ability of observation and provides pleasure and satisfaction.

The assembly also stimulated thoughts like " Today a reader, Tomorrow a leader " and "Reading without reflecting is like eating without digesting" to inculcate reading habits among the children.

All the children spoke with poise and the props added exquisiteness to the performance of the young children. The beautiful poems spoken by children in Hindi as well as in English spread the message that books are integral part of our lives.

The assembly was a successful effort by the young children to make everyone understand the value of books.

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25th February 2014 – Inter House Skating Competition

Interhouse skating competition was held on 25 February 2014. Two students from each house were selected for the finals.

The students performed with enthusiasm and zeal and displayed proficiency in the art of skating.

RESULTS

SENIOR (BOYS)
STUDENT NAME HOUSE NAME POSITION
SOURABH SANGAN GLORY FIRST
SUNIL MAHALA PRIDE SECOND
DHRUV YADAV PEACE THIRD
SAHIL DALAL HARMONY FOURTH

JUNIOR (BOYS)
STUDENT NAME HOUSE NAME POSITION
JATIN KARKI PRIDE FIRST
VINIT MALIK GLORY SECOND
UJJWAL KUMAR PANDEY GLORY THIRD

JUNIOR (GIRLS)
STUDENT NAME HOUSE NAME POSITION
JASMINE KAUR HANJRA PRIDE FIRST
NAVAL LATA GLORY SECOND
AADYA VIKRAM SINGH HARMONY THIRD



25th February 2014 – Enactment of Story Characters

“You may leave a story book but you cannot leave the character”

Such is the power of story book characters on a child. Keeping this in mind, SGS organized the competition on “Enactment of Story Characters” for the students of Buds – Blooms on 25th February 2014. Children forgot themselves and took, on the identities of their favourite story book characters like Snowhite, Cinderella, Little Mermaid etc, and also spoke a few lines on their favorite story characters. It was a great learning experience for every student. This competition was thoroughly enjoyed by the judges and audience and kept them captivated till the end.

The winners of this competition are as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
KHUSHNOOR KAUR BUDS D FIRST
SHATAKSHI BAJPAI BUDS C SECOND
YADUVIR GUPTA BUDS D SECOND
VANSHIKA BANWARI BUDS C THIRD
PAKHI DIXIT BUDS D THIRD


NAME CLASS POSITION
MAANASVIR SINGH BLOOMS F FIRST
ROHAN SHARMA BLOOMS B FIRST
PRIYANSH SHAH BLOOMS B FIRST
AMANDEEP KAUR BLOOMS A SECOND
SUJA MATHUR BLOOMS D SECOND
AYAAN GURUB BLOOMS D SECOND
ARYAN SHOKEEN BLOOMS C THIRD
VIDISHA RAI BLOOMS D THIRD
SAIMANN BLOOMS E THIRD

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20th February 2014 – Trip to World Book Fair

To motivate the students to indulge in extensive reading, SGS organized a trip for classes VI - VII to New Delhi World Book Fair at Pragati Maidan on Thursday, 20th February 2014.

The plethora of books on display created an element of fresh curiosity in the students who explored genres which they had hitherto not read. Meeting with authors and participating in puzzle competitions were the highlights of the day. The trip was not only informative and motivating but also extremely entertaining and left each student instilled with love for books.

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20th February 2014 – Assembly:- World of Animals

“Animals may be different from us, but may not be less than us.”

A special assembly was conducted by Buds C and D on “World of Animals” on 20th February 2014.

The students talked about various pet, domestic and wild animals along with displaying different props on the theme “Animals”.

Children also recited a rhyme on different animal sounds. At the end, children also emphasized on the values such as “be kind to animals” etc. through various slogans. In all, it was a great performance put together by the students.



18th February 2014 – Scraplabs Workshop

In order to stimulate innovative thinking and promote engineering skills among the students, a scraplabs workshop By Mr. Akshay of Scraplabs ltd. Was organised for classes VI – VIII students. Scraplabs specialises is imparting practical education to the students using ‘Learning by doing’ pedagogy. The workshop comprised practical lessons in assembling an electronic kit by the students, based on step by step instructions imparted through a presentation. The students were provided with individual take away kits to work on and were instructed to assemble electronic circuit boards comprising LED’s in series and parallel configurations.

The workshop, through very basic and limited in scope, provided a glimpse into the scraplabs methodology, which claims to make the students graduate to higher levels of designing and creating robots.

Overall it was a well conducted workshop, which saw an enthusiastic participation from the students.

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12th February 2014 – Assembly:- Sweet Memories

“Memory is a diary that we all carry about with us.”

Kindergarten is a special year in a child’s life. In order to treasure and value the Pre-School memories, the students of Buds A and B presented an assembly on “Sweet Memories” on 12th February 2014.

The students emphasized the value and importance of the ending of a very fruitful Pre-School session and enthusiastic beginning of a new session. An introduction about how they behave on the first day and what all they learnt during the whole session including academics as well as co-curricular activities was given by the students in the form of English Poems. Students danced on a melodious song “School Ke Din” joyfully followed by quotation on Pre-School Memories.

Everybody thoroughly enjoyed the extremely thoughtful initiative of the students.

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04th February 2014 – Basant Panchami

Basant Panchami is a famous festival that marks the end of winter season and ushers in the spring time. On this day, the goddess of intellect and learning – Goddess Saraswati is worshipped. In this regard, a special assembly was held on 4th Feb 2014, by the students of Class Blooms E. The assembly began with “SaraswatiVandana” by the tiny tots. The children spoke about the importance of BasantPanchami. Beautiful stage decoration and various props used by the students added colour to the stage and was mesmerizing.

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1st February 2014 - Farewell at SGS

Our outgoing Globalities (Class XII) had their farewell on 1st February 2014. The event began with a havan for the students where they were given blessings for the forthcoming exams. They were motivated and encouraged by the speech given by our Vice-Chairman Mr. Anil Sachdeva. He elaborated on the fact that their school years were on the verge of fulfillment and they are about to embark on a new journey in their lives. The lessons learnt during school life are the ones that will shape the students future.

This was followed by a cultural programme presented by our very talented Class XI, where they danced, sang and performed a humorous skit to ease the pain of separation for the outgoing Class XII. The students of Class XII also participated in a talent show where each student presented one thing they are good at. After a heartwarming performance Sangharsh of Class XII B and Simran of Class XII A were titled Mr. and Ms. SGS respectively for their outstanding performance. This was followed by a speech given by our Head of School Mrs. Novita Chopra where she challenged the outgoing batch about the reality of life outside the comfortable life in school and encouraged them to work hard for the upcoming board exams. She instilled in them a desire to persevere and also bring honor to their Alma Mater. The farewell ended on an emotional note where one of the teachers Ms. Mansi rendered a heart touching and soul searching speech to bid adieu to our very first batch of Class XI students of SGS Dwarka.

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31th January 2014 – Assembly “Patriotism”

By Patriotism, we mean genuine love for one’s own country. We recently celebrated 65 years of being Republic. With the same feeling, the students of Blooms E presented an Assembly on the theme “Patriotism”. The children were dressed as National Leaders such as Rani LaxmiBai, Mangal Pandey, Bhagat Singh etc. and presented a beautiful dance performance on the song “VandeMataram”. They also took a pledge to protect, respect and love their country. Various props like tri-coloured balloons, sash and bands were used which made the assembly more colourful. The students brought the stage alive with their passion and love for the country.

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30th January 2014 – Fancy Dress Competition (Theme: Patriotism)

An inter class “Fancy Dress Competition Theme – Patriotism” was held on 30th January 2014 for the students of Buds – Blooms to mark and remember our great warriors and leaders who fought for our country.

The students of Buds – Blooms were dressed up as freedom fighters.

The audience enjoyed the characters of Subhash Chandra Bose, Jhansi ki Rani and many more.

The competition successfully enthused the spirit of Patriotism in every student.

The winners of this competition are as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
ASMI JAIN BUDS A FIRST
AVIKA YADAV BUDS A SECOND
DAKSH CHAUHAN BUDS A SECOND
MISHIKA AGGARWAL BUDS B SECOND
TOSHITA BHAGAT BUDS D SECOND
AARAV SHARMA BUDS D SECOND
SHATAKSHI BAJPAI BUDS C THIRD


NAME CLASS POSITION
PRIYANSH SHAH BLOOMS B FIRST
AMITOJ SINGH WALIA BLOOMS E FIRST
ARYAN SHOKEEN BLOOMS C SECOND
ROHAN SHARMA BLOOMS B SECOND
KRIISHAY MALHOTRA BLOOMS F THIRD
AMANDEEP KAUR BLOOMS A THIRD
MAANASVIR SINGH BLOOMS F THIRD

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28th January 2014 – Annual Day Celebration

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka proudly celeberated its Annual Day on 28th Jan 2014 with great pomp and splendour. Commemorating the 65th Republic Day of the nation, the theme of the celeberation was “Pratibimb - A Glimpse of Bhartiya Sanskriti”.

After the inaugural lamp lighting ceremony, the programme commenced with an address by the Chief Guest, Shri S. K. Sachdeva, Chairman, Sachdeva Group of Institutions. He congratulated the school on its accomplishments and motivated everyone to continue in the relentless journey of excellence in education.

In much awaited Prize Distribution Ceremony, Shri S. K. Sachdeva, along with the Vice Chairman, Mr. Anil Sachdeva and Advisor, Sachdeva Group of Schools, Mrs. Kiran Gambhir, as well as eminent member of the management, Dr. R C Chaddha gave away scholar blazers, neckties and trophies to the deserving students. The annual newsletter, “Globalities in Action” was released by Shri S. K. Sachdeva followed by an address by the Head of the School, Mrs Novita Chopra.

The cultural programme was a fine blend of Indian traditions and global outlook. Classical dances, Fusion orchestra and musical play “Cinderella” left the audience spellbound. The grand finale was a ballet depicting the richness of Indian traditions and culture and the need for preservation of the same. This musical spectacle ended on the virtuous notes of the motto of the nation - “Satyameva Jayate”!

Release of tricoloured balloons by the honourable guests marked the culmination of the annual day and left the staff, students and parents reaffirming their pledge to leave no stone unturned to make India a true global power.

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30th December 2013 – Our Universe

With the advancement in science and technology, it is important for the students to be in tune with the current and latest information about the remarkable inventions made in the field of science and technology. To stimulate the growing young minds of the students and to train them with basic space science, a Quiz Competition was organized for the students of Class – I on 30th December,2013. The theme of the competition was ‘Our Universe’. Twelve students were selected for the competition on the basis of their individual performance in the preliminary round. Six teams of two students each participated in the quiz. There were five rounds of questions in which multiple choice questions were asked. The students were asked questions about the galaxies, the constellations, the stars, the planets and other heavenly bodies. The competition successfully instigated the curiosity of the children and enhanced their knowledge about the universe.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS TEAM POSITION
YASHRAJ CHAUHAN I-C C FIRST
AADI GRIDHAR I-A C FIRST
VEDANSH CHOUDHARY I-C B SECOND
VANYA RANA I-D B SECOND
DHRUV SINHA I-D B SECOND
SAMBHAV KHURANA I-C E       SECOND
SAI SMARRANN I-D A THIRD
LAVANYA DOGRA I-B A THIRD
YASHAH JAIN I-A D THIRD
MUDIT SHARMA I-B D THIRD
AAKRITI BHARGAVA I-A F APPRECIATION
SHREYAS MISHRA I-B F APPRECIATION

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27th December 2013 – Nurture Nature – Colouring Competition

Nature is the creation of God. It brings peace in our lives. Nature teaches us many values such as discipline, kindness, generosity, etc. It is important for children to learn and grow with.

In order to foster the imagination of children, a colouring competition was held for the students of Class Blooms on the theme “Nurture Nature” on 27th December 2013. This competition gave opportunity to children to showcase their colouring skills. Children participated in the competition with full zeal and enthusiasm. The event was a great success with maximum participation of children from all sections of Blooms.

Name of the winners are:

1st – Pratham Arya-Blooms C, Avishi Garg-Blooms D

2nd – Maanasvir-Blooms F, Bulbul-Blooms D, Jayansh-Blooms C

3rd – Vihaan-Blooms C, Shambhavi Panigrahi-Blooms D, Manthika-Blooms F







26th December 2013 - QUIZ: Famous Destination

With the view to enhance the knowledge and awareness of the children, a quiz competition on the theme 'Famous Destinations' was organized for the children of class II on 26th December 2013. The quiz was conducted at two levels i.e. Preliminary and final. 12 children from all the sections of class II qualified for the final level of the quiz. They were divided into 6 teams. The final level consisted of four rounds- 'True or false' , 'Identify the Monuments' , 'Identify the country in which these monuments are located' and 'What are these countries famous for'?

The children learnt variety of facts about the famous destinations in different countries of the world; The Colosseum, The Statue of Liberty and The Leaning Tower of Pisa etc. It was an overwhelming experience to witness the interest that the children exhibited to learn about the myriad of multicultural experiences from around the globe.

The quiz was an amazing experience for the spectators and the participants as they got a twofold opportunity of acquiring and exhibiting knowledge about different places of the world.

The winners of the quiz were as follows:
NAME CLASS TEAM POSITION
ISHITA GHAI II-C A FIRST
MAHIAT ISLAM PROMITI II-A A FIRST
AEGLE II-A F SECOND
RASHI SOLANKI II-C F SECOND
UJJWAL AGARWAL II-C C THIRD
SHOURYA TIWARI II-B C THIRD
AARUSH K. KUMAR II-B E FOURTH
ARIYAN KUMAR SINGH II-C E FOURTH


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24th December 2013 – Assembly: Christmas

Christmas is one of the most popular festival which is celebrated throughout the world. The students of SGS also celebrated Christmas through a Special Assembly which was conducted by the students of class Blooms-D. The little ones talked about the importance of Christmas and why it is celebrated on 25th of December. The children also presented a small act on the theme Christmas. The assembly was enhanced by a beautiful dance performance by the tiny tots. The assembly concluded with the arrival of Santa who distributed sweets to the kids. The assembly was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

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21st December 2013 – Phonetics Workshop

To develop the skill in reading and spelling among children, a phonetics workshop was conducted by the school for parents, on 21st December 2013. The workshop emphasized on the importance of phonics, sounds of alphabets, breaking of words for easy reading etc. The workshop also helped parents in knowing the relationship between spoken sounds and written letters, reading texts accurately and quickly. The session was very interactive, as many fun learning games and activities were conducted for parents, such as I-Sky, crossword puzzles, tongue twisters etc., which helped in answering their queries. Few links of alphabet songs were also shared with parents. The workshop was well appreciated by the parents and will go a long way in helping their words to develop a strong base of English Language.

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18th December 2013 – Inter House Food Festival

Keeping in tune with the theme of the month “Travelling” SGS organized an Inter House Food Festival concentrating on International Flavors. A combo of a salad and a mock tail was beautifully presented with seasonings. Peace House was the proud winner for a unique ‘Canopy dish with a corn filling’ ‘Russian Salad’ dressed with lettuce leaves prepared by Harmony House got the second position. The third prize was bagged by Glory House and Pride House. The students enjoyed it thoroughly as it was a novel experience of learning by cooking international dishes without fire.

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17 December 2013 – Green Living: Compositing

“Waste is not waste until wasted”

Composting is an effective and environmentally friendly solution for turning yard waste and kitchen scraps into a beneficial soil amendment. The students of classes VI – X from Sachdeva Global School went to Highland Apartment, Sector 18A, Dwarka for creating compost pits in their society.

A group of 8 students went there and spoke to the people of the society about the benefits of having compost pits in their own society. Students selected the location for composting with the help of president of the society and the gardener. They dug a pit and put layers of different organic materials into it and then they watered each layer of top soil. The students will be going to the society once a week for effective composting. It was a small initiative by the eco club members to reduce the amount of solid waste generated by Highland appt.

“Let's put all organic waste in the can and give Mother Nature a helping hand”

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16th December 2013 - Assembly on Colours

Students of class Blooms B presented an assembly on ‘colours’ on 16th December 2013. Every colour plays an important role and the importance of each colour and significance was told by the children. The concept of VIBGYOR was clearly explained through various props and rhymes. Children were dressed up in beautiful attires. The assembly came to an end with a peppy dance performance which added joy among the audience. The purpose of presenting the assembly was fulfilled and the children understood the concept of colours thoroughly.

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13th December 2013 – Nature is the Art of God

Nature can bring a lot of beauty in our lives. Nature has a way of affecting our moods. We should be so very thankful to the lord for giving us all the wonderful and miraculous things in nature. Learning to become more aware of nature can truly have a good effect on our lives in the way we look at things and in the way we feel about ourselves.

In order to sensitize and appreciate the value of nature, SGS organized a colouring competition for the classes of BUDS, on the theme “Nurture Nature” on 13th December 2013 to give opportunity to children to showcase tier colouring skills. Children participated with full zeal and enthusiasm and exhibited their talent in art by colouring beautiful scenery on nature.

The event was a great success with 100% participation of children from all classes of BUDS.

The winners of this competition are as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
ASMI JAI BUDS - A FIRST
ADVAY HOODA BUDS - A SECOND
DAKSH CHAUHAN BUDS – A THIRD
ATHARV ARORA BUDS - A CONSOLATION
TAVISH SINGHAL BUDS – B FIRST
MISHIKA AGGARWAL BUDS – B SECOND
KUNAL YADAV BUDS – B THIRD
MUSKAN BUDS – B CONSOLATION
PRIYANSHU BUDS – C FIRST
AAYAN ALI BUDS – C SECOND
DEEPALI BUDS – C THIRD
SAHIB SINGH BUDS – C CONSOLATION
TEJASH MIMAROT BUDS – D FIRST
DRISHTI COLANKI BUDS – D SECOND
TOSHITA BHAGAT BUDS – D THIRD
ADITYA DAHIYA BUDS – D CONSOLATION




13th December 2013 – Rang Utsav 2013

In continuation with our efforts to provide students with diverse avenues to explore their potential and discover their true selves, students of Sachdeva Global School participated in Rang Utsav, a painting competition organized by times NIE on 13th December 2013.

Different schools participated in this colour filled event. Students made beautiful paintings. There were three categories: junior, middle and senior. Different topics were given to these three categories to display their talent. Everybody participated enthusiastically and made this event a sucessful one.



11th December 2013 – Nature Walk

‘One touch of nature makes the whole world kin’

There is so much beauty all around us to see, touch and hear. Nature is so miraculous because it is always changing. No matter how many times you look at something, it is always different.

In order to welcome and feel the beauty of nature, SGS organized a ‘Nature Walk’ for the classes of BUDS in sec-18, Dwarka park on 11th December 2013.

The children saw beautiful flowers and leaves. The importance of why we need to plant more trees was discussed with the children, thereby telling the children how we as individuals can contribute towards the environment.

We hope that this endeavour will be a steping stone towards student’s involvement in conserving and preserving our mother nature and thus making the children understand that nature is truly an important part of our lives.

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28 Nov. & 5 Dec. 2013 - Picnic to Adventure Island

An annual picnic was organised by SGS for classes VI – X on 28th November and classes III – V on 5th December 2013 to Adventure Island, Rohini. The picnic was a combination of fun rides and adventure sports. The students participated in various adventure activities like burma bridge, space jump etc under the supervision of professional trainers. students also participated in fun filled activities such as ad- mad show and took thrilling rides- splash down, twister, rage coaster, etc. a yummy lunch was served followed by a treat of ice-cream at the end. Students grooved to the music and danced on peppy numbers. The picnic was an awesome experience for the students with the various fun moments at the camp, on the rides and on the dance floor. It also provided a platform for teachers and students to interact beyond the school boundaries and develop a stronger bond.

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10th December 2013 – Planetarium Show (I – II)

Sachdeva Global School, headed a step ahead to widen the horizon of learning by organizing a planetarium show named, ‘The Orange Planetarium’ for the children of classes I – II on 10th December 2013.

The aim of the show was to explore and unveil the universe and its facts. The children were introduced to the world of astronomy and celestial body in the form of stories. The theme of the show was The theme of the show was ‘The stars in the sky’ for class I and ‘Chanda Mama’ for class II.

The show organized for class I depicted star stories from different sky cultures like the fascinating story of the ‘Moon’ and ‘Nakshatras’. The show titled ‘Chanda Mama’ enlightened the children with different phases of moon and how they are related to our hindu festivals. The show covered a lunar calendar as well.

It was an enriching, exciting and thrilling experience to see a high definition digital sky in school. Thus, it was appreciated and enjoyed by all.

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7th December 2013 – Astronomy Club: Time and Direction

“Time and Direction” session was based on the effective use of Sundial to tell time. Students were divided into groups and a kit was given to them. They placed the sundial on a sunny spot on the playground and marked the four points on the four edges. They then focused on the shadows formed by the sun and used it to calculate the time. At the end, students were asked few questions about where they thought the shadow would form in late afternoon. It was a great learning experience for the students .They also learnt about the role of sun in the galaxy and its use to tell time.

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29th November 2013 – Talent Hunt (Buds – Blooms)

Every child has some inborn talent. To bring out the skills of very child a ‘Talent Hunt’ was conducted for the students of classes Buds – Blooms on 29th November 2013. Students displayed their talents ranging from singing, dancing to acting. The performances were breath taking and the audiences were happy to see such wonderful props. This competition helped the children in building self confidence and self esteem. The competition was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.

NAME CLASS POSITION
ROHAN SHARMA BLOOMS B FIRST
KOHANA DIDWANIA BLOOMS D SECOND
SANIDHYA JAIN BLOOMS E THIRD
YUVRAJ SINGH BLOOMS C THIRD
PRIYANSH SHAH BLOOMS B CONSOLATION
ANANTA SHARMA BLOOMS A CONSOLATION


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27th November 2013 – Quiz: Plant Kingdom (Class II)

It is said that nature is the man’s best friend. With the intend of strengthening the relationship between man and nature an “Interschool Quiz competition” titled “The Plant Kingdom” was organized for the children of class II on 27th November 2013. The competition aimed at introducing the green kingdom to the young children. Six teams participated in the competition and they were asked a range of questions related to plants. The competition consisted of various rounds like: Identify the plant and its type, identify the parts of the plant etc. All the children participated confidently with a lot of fervor. For the first time the children came across the words like chlorophyll and photosynthesis.

The competition spread awareness about trees and plants and their significance in our life every day. The children also enjoyed the competition as they were enlightened with various hard to believe facts like – A strawberry has 200 seeds and a bamboo tree can grow up to 36 inches in a day.

The competition proved to be a good learning experience for the children. It taught them to be sensitive towards plants and nature and encouraged them to do their bit to save nature.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS TEAM POSITION
AEGLE II A C FIRST
ISHITA GHAI II C C FIRST
ANUSHKA II A A SECOND
LAKSHAY BHOGAL II C A SECOND
SUKRIT MOHAPATRA II A D THIRD
SHREEDHA ROHATGI II B D THIRD


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27th November 2013 – Quiz: Plant Kingdom (Class I)

“A quiz is a learning device meant to build a core of knowledge at a student’s fingertips, from which problem solving approach and creativity might spring.”

An interclass quiz competition was held on 27th November, 2013 based on the theme: Plant Kingdom. Twelve students were selected for the competition on the basis of their individual performance in the preliminary round. Six teams of two students each participated in the quiz. There were six rounds of questions in which multiple choice questions were asked. The participants were full of confidence and enthusiasm. The competition served as an assessment tool to check the knowledge of the students. It was a thoroughly fruitful endeavor.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS TEAM POSITION
NEENV NIMANI I C B FIRST
AGASTYA I B B FIRST
HARDIK BHAGTANI I C A SECOND
KANAK KANOJIYA I A A SECOND
MIHIKA VERMA I B E SECOND
DHRUV SINHA I D E SECOND
SAGAR MANGLA I C F SECOND
VANYA RANA I D F SECOND
ADARSH CHOPRA I B C THIRD
INDIRA SHINDE I A C THIRD
YUG SOLANKI I A D THIRD
YUVRAJ ASTHANA I D D THIRD


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26th November 2013 – Character Day

It is said “you may leave a novel but you cannot leave the character”. Such is the power of literary characters on a person. Keeping this in mind, SGS organized ‘Character Day’ for the students of class V-A. Students forgot themselves and took on the identities of their favourite literary characters like Cinderella, Birbal, Geronimo, etc. they enacted their favourite scenes from the novel and also told the reason of liking their respective characters. It was a huge learning experience for every student.

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25th November 2013 – E - Waste Management

'A Commitment For Green Earth’

We live in a world saturated with technology. It's no surprise that many households and companies today find themselves saddled with used or IT equipment. It needs effective management. So SGS started e-waste management project. The objective of the project was to collect maximum amount of e-waste from the school and then send it to legal recycler company.

SGS E-WASTE JOURNEY
  • The project was started on 1st September 2013, in collaboration with Nokia (Planet ke Rakhwale School Programme)
  • A team of 7 students was made.
  • Project was introduced and discussed with the students during assembly.
  • E-waste collection point was made.
  • Workshops were conducted to create awareness about the harmful effects of E-waste.
  • Wednesday’s were fixed as e-waste submission day.
  • Creative media tools like Puppet shows and promotional videos were used to motivate the students and sensitize their minds.
    Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdF8fJ81VJQ
  • 3 E-waste collection drives were carried out.
  • Efforts bore fruits and students started donating their e-waste.
  • Till now we have collected 113 kg of E-WASTE out of which 61kg (excluding 150 CFL and 36 Mobile phones) has already been given to Nokia for recycling.
  • To sustain the program we have done a tie up with R.W.A. of Salaria Officer Enclave, Sector-21, Dwarka, New Delhi - 110075

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25th November 2013 – Grocery Bag Project

“Say no to plastic bags and yes to life”

At SGS we understand, appreciate and value our green gold (environment).Grocery bag project is a small step for better future. The grocery bag project was done by the students of classes III to X and this is the fourth consecutive year of continuing to spread awareness about the use of paper bags rather than plastic. Grocery bags were made by the students of Eco club and were distributed among all students of the school. They coloured and decorated the eco friendly bags and wrote slogans and messages on them. 800 such bags were returned to the Grocery stores in Dwarka where the customers got the message loud and clear! Students also interacted with the customers and motivated them to use handmade bags made of cloth or jute.

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23rd – 24th November 2013 – Trip to Chokhi Dhani

Jaipur, the pink city of India, is an extremely popular tourist destination of Rajasthan. The school planned a fun and educational excursion to Jaipur for students of classes XI and XII on 23-24 November 2013. The students were taken to Jaipur by road and the journey helped in setting a friendly, collaborative mood among them. On reaching Jaipur, the students visited Jal Mahal and Hawa Mahal. Next they headed for Chokhi Dhani, a unique 5-star village resort that offers a beautiful blend of traditional and modern amenities in an ethnic environment. Traditional art, music, dances, games and various recreational activities created a magical evening for all. The students relished delicious Rajasthani cuisine before returning to their rooms.

The following day began early with a visit to the City Palace and then to the grand Amer Fort, which is known for its vivid Indian architecture. Here, students explored various historical facts. By evening, the journey back to Delhi commenced. On the whole, this experience not only provided the students with an opportunity to enhance their knowledge about the rich culture of India but also attain a great sense of belongingness, togetherness and friendship.



22nd November 2013 – English Rhyme Recitation Competition (Class II)

“Poetry is the universal language which the heart holds with nature and itself”.

Poetry is the best medium to let the imaginations soar. With the quest of giving their imagination a flight, an interclass Rhyme Recitation Competition was organized for the children of class II. The theme of the competition was “My Dream World”. The children participated enthusiastically to unveil their idea of a dream world. The children spoke with a lot of confidence and the use of props and colourful costumes added elegance to the performance of these budding talents. Children made beautiful props using their own photograph to depict their own dream world. It was an enriching experience for the children, as they got an opportunity to showcase their confidence, talent and imaginations.

The winners of the competition were as follows:

NAME CLASS POSITION
ISHITA GHAI II C FIRST
KYAN VIKRAM SINGH II C SECOND
AEGLE II A SECOND
ANANYA SINGH II C THIRD
LAVANYA DANDONA II A THIRD

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(21st – 24th) November 2013 – Inter Zonal Skating Championship 2013

SGS students participated in Inter Zonal Skating Championship 2013 held at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium Bawana. The students of Sachdeva Global School performed extremely well and won 3 Silver and 1 Bronze Medals.

Shubham Singh has been selected for SGFI Nationals to be held at Virar, Mumbai in the Month of January 2014.










20th November 2013 – English Rhyme Recitation Competition (Class I)

Rhyme recitation is an art of expression of thoughts and understanding towards English literature. An interclass English Rhyme Recitation Competition was held on 20th November 2013 for the students of Class – I. The theme of the competition was ‘Books’. Eighteen students were selected for the competition on the basis of their performance in the preliminary round. The students were full of confidence and poise. They recited wonderful poems and carried spectacular props. The head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra addressed the students praising their efforts and motivating them for participation.

The winners of the competition were as follows:

NAME CLASS POSITION
AAKRITI BHARGAVA I-A FIRST
SAGAR MANGLA I-C SECOND
VANYA RANA I-D SECOND
DHRUV SINHA I-D THIRD
NITYA SHUKLA I-C THIRD
SHARANYA MITTAL I-D CONSOLATION



18th November 2013 – Assembly GuruPurab

“Satguru nanak pargateya miti dhund jag chaanan hova”

On the auspicious occasion of Guru Nanak birthday, the students of Class - I D presented an assembly on 18th November, 2013. Gurupurab also known as Guru Nanak's Prakash Utsav, celebrates the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak. This is one of the most sacred festivals in Sikhism. The students spoke about the significance of the festival. They threw light on the life and teachings of the great Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Five students were dressed beautifully as the Panj Pyaare (the five devoted spirits beloved of the Guru). Some of the students sang a spiritual shabad ‘Satguru Main Teri Patang’ .The students participated with great enthusiasm and fervor.

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14th November 2013 – Visit To Bank

In an endeavour to provide practical experience, as part of CBSE curriculum for commerce. Students of class XI B visited SBI Bank, Dwarka along with the teachers to understand and observe the banking activities.

Students were shown the entire process of depositing and withdrawal of cash at various counters, lockers availability, depositing of cheque and priority banking facility etc. Students were made familiar with various documents used in bank like pay in slip, cheque book and pass book. At the end, queries of students were addressed well by the employees of the Bank. The visit was very informative and such an exposure will certainly enrich awareness among the students.



14th November 2013 – Children's Day and Muharram

Children's Day is to celebrate "childhood". In India, children’s day is celebrated on 14th of November. It marks the birth of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of India. Students of Class I-C presented a special assembly on 13th November, 2013. The theme of the assembly was Children's Day and Muharram. The assembly began with a prayer ‘Tu Hi Daata’. The students spoke about the significance of Children's Day and Muharram. They recited a beautiful poem on Bal Diwas and gave a wonderful dance performance also. It was followed by the distribution of certificates. The assembly was thoroughly enjoyed by all.





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13th November 2013 – Visit to Gurdwara (Buds - Blooms)

Gurupurab also known as Guru Nanak Jayanti is one of the auspicious religious festivals celebrated in India to commemorate and remember the birth and philosophy of Guru Nanak, first Sikh Guru. We at Sachdeva Global School believe in secularism and celebrate festivals of all religions. In this regard, students of classes Buds – Blooms were taken to Gurdwara on 13th Nov. 2013 where they were told the importance of the Sikh Gurus. They were also made aware of some of their teachings. Children were also provided with some ‘Khada Prasad’ at the end. The children had great fun visiting Gurdwara and knowing their traditions and customs.

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12th November 2013 – Puppet Show

Puppetry is an ancient form of artistic expression which is a variation on storytelling. In puppetry, a drama unfolds that is entirely or primarily acted out by specialized representational object which are manipulated by a puppeteer. The human animator may or may not be visible to the audience. Puppets are widely considered to be educational and entertainment tools for children of all ages.

Keeping in mind the forthcoming Children’s Day the school organized a puppet show in the school premises for the students of Buds and Blooms on 12th November, 2013. This puppet show was conducted by Hindustan Times, HT Pace and it was thoroughly enjoyed by all students.

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12th November 2013 – Visit to Gurdwara (Classes I – II)

Gurdwara means “doorway to the Guru.” Students of classes – I and II visited a Gurdwara in Dwarka on 12th November, 2013. The students bowed to the Guru Granth Sahib and recited the prayers ‘Ek Onkar’ and ‘Satnaam Waheguru’. They were explained that they should be honest and sincere. It was followed by the Ardaas and Distribution of Prasad. It was a divine experience for the children as well as the teachers.

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6th November 2013 – Nickelodeon Workshop

Nickelodeon (commonly referred to as Nick) television network that is aimed mainly at young children, conducted a workshop with class II – III students at Sachdeva Global School on 6th November 2013.

Cartoons are a great way to challenge thinking process about an issue in young minds. Cartoons capture new ideas through humour, satire and caricature, bringing together disparate ideas or symbols. Cartoons can be used in the global education classroom to:
  • Stimulate interest and involve students
  • Challenge thinking on controversial topics
  • Analyze historical or current issues
  • Gauge understanding and attitudes
  • Develop visual literacy
Acknowledging these ideas, SGS organized an interesting workshop for young learners to engage them back in active thinking and learning after Diwali break. Students were shown some cartoon videos from the famous shows like “Motu Patlu” and “Pakdam Pakdai” airing on Nickelodeon.

It was followed by asking questions to students based on the videos, playing games and distribution of prizes. Students were filled with great energy and enthusiasm on watching their favourite cartoon series. They comprehended the videos and answered the questions excitedly. Games “Feed the Motu” and “Blindfold” were also enjoyed thoroughly by the kids. Winners got a stationery boxes, flags and stickers etc. The session was indeed filled with exciting and joyful activities for the students. The workshop also gave an idea to teachers that cartoon videos can be used as learning tool and they can serve as an easy way to stimulate interest in students across a range of literacy levels.

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1st November 2013 – DIWALI: THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS

A special assembly was presented by the students of Class VI-A and I-B on Ist November 2013. The theme of the assembly was DIWALI – THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS. The assembly began with a prayer to the almighty. The students spoke about the significance of Diwali. It was followed by a colourful dance performance presented by the children of Class I-B. A skit was presented by the students of Class VI-A about the bad effects of fire crackers. It gave a message to the students that they should refrain from bursting fire crackers to save the environment. The assembly concluded with prize distribution for various events and words of appreciation from the head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra.

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31st October 2013 – Concern for Community

The students of classes VI – X from Sachdeva Global School adopted a society park and went on a plantation drive to samrat ashoka enclave, sec-18, Dwarka.

A group of 20 students went there and owned 1 – 2 plants each. The head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra and Academic Supervisor, Sumana Dutta initiated the drive by planting the first tree in the garden. We planted different types of palms, ashoka trees.

The students will be going to the society once a week for the maintenance of the plants. It was a small initiative by the eco club members for the betterment of our environment.

We believe in M. K. Gandhi who rightly said “Be the change you want to see in the world”




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31st October 2013 – Sky Observation Over Night Session

Sky observations have always been an integral part of an astronomer’s to –do list. The heavens above are a storehouse of mysteries, waiting to be unveiled. Astronomy club students got the opportunity to explore the countless beauties that adorn the night sky. On 31st October 2013 students were taken to Sariska (Tiger Den Resort) for sky observation over night session. The session started with venus observation and orientation of site. Students then enjoyed the dinner in the pleasant weather of sariska. Planispheres were given to them and they learnt how to read it. Using same planisphere they started their challenge of constellation hunting. They viewed Galaxies, Nebulae, Star Clusters, Jupiter, Mars, Moon and Constellations etc. Observing the changed sky on 1st November 2013, early morning was the best experience for the students. It was the wonderful chance for our young astronomers to venture into the fascinating world of astronomy.



October 2013 – Environmental Issues and Concerns - Street Play

“Resource Conservation”

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 and practice and preach the golden rule – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. They regularly conduct street plays in public areas to sensitize the community about the importance of environment.



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October 2013 – Innovative Teaching Learning Methodologies – Summarizations of learnings

At the end of each lesson/subtopic, students summarize and dramatize their learning. This extremely interactive and enjoyable experience ensures thorough learning and retention. The facilitator only aides in co-planning and structuring the summarization; it is completely executed by the students on their own.


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31st October 2013 - Personality Development Workshop

Sachdeva Global School conducted a ‘Personality Development Workshop’ for the students of classes IX-XII on 31 October 2013. The resource person for this session was Lt. Col. Raja Dutta who is an Artillery Officer of the Indian Army. The session began with an interactive and vibrant discussion of what the word “personality” means to students. The speaker talked about dreams and aspirations instilling the message that, goals are nothing but dreams with deadlines. An introduction to what encompasses the domain of personality was talked about in order to give a better understanding of the topic and for the students to personalize this learning experience. Lt. Col. Dutta divided his speech into two main parts: ‘Dynamics of Self’ and ‘Group Dynamics’.

In the “Dynamics of Self”, intriguing questions like, ‘Who am I?’, ‘What is my personality?’, ‘Do I have a balanced personality?’, ‘How to undertake self development?’ etc. were thrown to the audience to talk about. Key importance was given to increased self-awareness and the need to understand oneself better. Different personality types were talked about, where the audience was asked to recognize which is their personality type.

After this lively and interesting introduction, the speaker went on to elaborate on the need for self-awareness where each person needs to explore his/ her individual personality, value systems, beliefs and natural tendencies. He spoke about how each person is unique and emphasized on the need for self-reflection to gain better insight. The speaker spoke of five areas of self awareness which were: core self evaluation, values, learning style, attitude towards change, and emotional intelligence. He challenged the audience to move towards greater self awareness in their personal lives to be able to understand one’s strengths and plan better while making personal goals. The speaker spoke about the various defensive techniques people take when they encounter conflicting information about their self-concept and he encouraged students to allow significant others to provide insight into our own behaviors to better their understanding of themselves. The speaker also enlightened the audience with a technique to understand personality which is called ‘SWOT Analysis’. Under the larger umbrella of personality development, the speaker went on to talk about the various realms of the individual which included the mental, physical, social, spiritual and emotional aspects. The speaker also brought forth the gender differences on how boys and girls typically react under different circumstances. He encouraged the students to build their confidence by inculcating good habits of cleanliness, exercise, dressing sharply, speaking up, expressing gratitude, complimenting others, etc.

After having brainstormed on different personality types, the speaker enlightened the students with personality tips like not comparing one’s life with others, having positive thoughts, understanding one’s limitations, avoiding gossip and working on dreams when awake. He also talked about self-motivation being a state of mind which one must try to be in always to be successful in life. The speaker also stressed on the pressing need of time management in today’s busy world scenario. He spoke about the importance of time and how to manage and prioritize to ensure a productive use of one’s time and energy.

Lt. Col. Dutta also emphasizes on the pressing need of effective communication between individuals to improve relationships, avoid conflicts and establish successful passing of information from one individual to the other. He also highlighted the need to listen, understand non-verbal cues, manage stress and be emotionally aware. Thus, the speaker ended this highly interactive workshop encouraging the students to emulate what they have learnt and grow as individuals who are responsible to oneself and to others.

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31st October 2013 – National Integration Day

A special assembly was presented by the students of class I A on 31st October 2013. The theme of the assembly was ‘National Integration Day’. The students gave an introduction about the theme by telling the literal meaning of National Integration. Some of the students sang a melodious song ‘Hind Desh Ke Niwashi Sabhi Jan Ek Hain’ which depicts the concept of ‘Unity in Diversity’. It was followed by the ‘Thought of the Day’ and distribution of certificates for the event ‘Moral Story Tellin Competition’ of class II. The efforts of the students were praised by the head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra.

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31st October 2013 - Global Greens - Globalite For Environment

The students of classes VI – X from Sachdeva Global School adopted a society park and went on a plantation drive to samrat ashoka enclave, sec-18, Dwarka.

A group of 20 students went there and owned 1 – 2 plants each. The head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra and Academic Supervisor, Sumana Dutta initiated the drive by planting the first tree in the garden. We planted different types of palms, ashoka trees.

The students will be going to the society once a week for the maintenance of the plants. It was a small initiative by the eco club members for the betterment of our environment.

We believe in M. K. Gandhi who rightly said “Be the change you want to see in the world”

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30th October 2013 - ANTI CRACKER CAMPAIGN


Crackers hold a fascination for both young and old alike. Children being the largest consumers of crackers, need to be educated about its harmful after effects to their health and environment. Taking up this cause Sachdeva Global School decided to organize an anti-cracker Campaign.

On 30th October 2013, Eco Club students went out to Sector -6 market holding banners and placards denouncing the use of crackers and even approaching shopkeepers not to sell noisy and polluting crackers. 35 students took part in it. They shouted slogans and gave message to the society for not polluting the air by bursting crackers. They also took the pledge to save the environment by not making air and noise pollution on Diwali. They decided not to buy crackers and money saved so will be utilized productively. They also staged a street play for raising public awareness about environmental degradation due to bursting of crackers. Students also did a survey wherein they spoke to the crackers sellers and found that every year the sell of crackers is being decreased by 20% and this change is the result of awareness programmes only.

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29th October 2013 - Annual Athletic Meet 2013-2014

Sachdeva Global School organized its Annual Athletic Meet on 29th October 2013. This much awaited event was graced by two esteemed guests Mr. Anil Sachdeva (Vice Chairman, Sachdeva Global School) and Mrs. Kiran Gambhir (Advisor, Sachdeva Group of Schools), who were cordially welcomed by the Head of the school, Mrs Novita Chopra.. The day began with the Mr. Anil Sachdeva declaring the meet open by lighting the torch and the Sports Captain Ankur Yadav and Vice Sports Captains- Sahil Gulia and Shubham Singh finishing the inaugural run.

The next event that highlighted the meet was the cultural extravaganza where the passion and determination of our teachers and the love of sports in our students was displayed artistically. The first performance was by the team of highly skilled and talented skaters who gave a thunderous performance displaying coordination, flexibility, stamina and creativity. Our brave taekwondo students were next in portraying strength and endurance through their combat and self-defense techniques. The third performance was by our yoga students who showcased different body postures thus capturing the essence of the ancient art to maintain good health. The final cultural event was presented by the aerobics students who exercised to the tune of music and spread the message of staying fit and healthy.

This cultural spectrum was followed by the address of Mr. Anil Sachdeva and Mrs. Kiran Gambhir who shared their words of wisdom to encourage and motivate our students. This marked the beginning of the competitions for the day. Various types of races for the junior school were conducted by our physical education teachers. The ''heats'' for the same had been conducted in the month of September and only the finalists participated on the day of the meet. Many creative races were conducted and the talent of our tiny tots was displayed. After the close of the races of our junior school, the talent of our brimming buds was acknowledged in the prize distribution ceremony where the honourable guests gave away the prizes. The races for the senior classes were also conducted with much enthusiasm and team spirit. This was followed by the prize distribution ceremony. At the end, a vote of thanks was given by Academic Supervisor, Mrs Sumana Dutta. Thus the meet ended with zeal to strive towards higher degrees of sportsmanship and will- power.

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28th October 2013 – Logo’s and Punch Lines (Class I)

An interclass quiz competition was held on 28th October, 2013 based on the theme: Logos and Punchlines. Twelve students were selected for the competition on the basis of their individual performance in the preliminary round. Six teams of two students each participated in the quiz. They were asked to identify logos and punch lines of different brands and advertisements such as ‘Eat Healthy, Think Better’. Daag Achche Hain’ etc. They were also asked to identify cartoon characters and super heroes like Doraemon, Spiderman etc.

There was a healthy competition amongst all the team. It was a great learning experience for the students as they enjoyed the quiz very much.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME POSITION
AGASTYA S. MEHRA FIRST
DHRUV SINHA FIRST
SAMARTH KHURANA FIRST
KANAV FIRST
VANYA RANA SECOND
SAKSHAM BHOGAL SECOND
HARDIK BHAGTANI THIRD
DHRUV KARKI THIRD

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28th October 2013 – Logo’s and Punch Lines (Class II)

The final round of the quiz based on logos and punch lines was held on 28th October 2013. Twelve students were selected based on their individual performance of the preliminary round held on 21st October 2013.

The children were divided into 6 teams of 2 each. There were seven rounds in all to test the general awareness of children. The children were asked to identify logos and punch lines of different brands / companies like ‘Drive through’ ‘eat fresh’ drive your way’ etc. They were also shown logos of different cars, snacks, soups, mobile companies etc. and they had to identify the brand / company.

They were also asked to identify the personality endorsing different brands.

The participants as well as the spectators enjoyed the competition and it was a good learning experience for all.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME POSITION
SUKRIT MOHAPATRA FIRST
SIDDHARTH YADAV FIRST
HARSHIT SINGH SECOND
SHOURYA TIWARI SECOND
PARTH SHARMA THIRD
AARUSH K. KUMAR THIRD

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24th October 2013 – Moral Story Telling Competition (Class I)

Stories with moral lessons teach children about being sensitive and accepting the values of friendship and loyalty, courage and honesty, overcoming obstacles and apologizing. In order to instill these positive values in the children a moral story telling competition was organized for the students of class I on 24th October 2013. Students participated with great enthusiasm and fervour. Some of them were dressed in appropriate costumes and carried props to depict their story.

This competition helped the children to understand moral values, good behaviour and positive character traits.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME POSITION
HARDIK BHAGTANI FIRST
YASHAH JAIN FIRST
NEENV MIMANI FIRST
SONAKSHI GUPTA SECOND
ADARSH SECOND
DHRUV SECOND
SAGAR MANGLA THIRD
YASH PRATAP SING THIRD
INDIRA SHINDE THIRD

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22nd October 2013 – Moral Story Telling Competition (Class II)

Every Story with a moral in scripts instills a thought in our mind – a thought of making our self a better human being. With a theme of inculcating moral values in the students a moral story telling competition was organized for the students of class II on 22nd October 2013. Beautiful moral tales and fables based on the themes like loyalty, love, courage strength and togetherness were presented by young students.

The children participated with great enthusiasm with them, which added beauty to their words.

The auditorium echod with the sounds of moral preaching as the children narrated and enacted their stories beautifully.

The competition was indeed a good learning experience for each one of us.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME POSITION
KYAN VIKRAM SINGH FIRST
SHOURYA TIWARI FIRST
AARUSH K. KUMAR SECOND
SUBRAT SAHU SECOND
UJJWAL AGARWAL THIRD


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21st October 2013 – Techunt Genius Session

A Techunt Genius Session was conducted for the students of the classes XI – XII on 21st October 2013. The speaker for the session was Mr. Amit Grover who is an IIT Delhi and IIM Indore alumnus and CEO of Nurture Talent Academy.

The session started with an introductory talk followed by a video on various innovations made in recent past. The students were also involved in various creativity games which they thoroughly enjoyed.

The students were also guided on various career options based on their analytical skills, intent and creativity.

The workshop was very well taken by all the students.



21st October 2013 – Valmiki Jayanti

A special assembly on the occasion of Valmiki Jayanti was organized. Presented by the students of class II C on 21st October 2013, the assembly was an effort to pay homage to the ‘Aadi Kavi’ (The first poet of Sanskrit Literature) Valmiki.

The recitation of beautiful Sanskrit verses added beauty to the morning assembly. The children also highlighted facts about the life of this great poet. They also unveiled the contribution of this great poet to Indian history and to the world of literature.

The whole class participated in the assembly. One of the child was dressed like valmiki and had the holy book ‘Ramayana’ in his hand. The children culminated the assembly by reciting a beautiful poem titled – ‘Aadi Kavi Valmiki’

The assembly was appreciated by the head of the school, Mrs. Novita Chopra.

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20th September 2013 – International Day for Preservation of Ozone Layer

Students of class III-B conducted an assembly on 20th September 2013. The topic of the assembly was –‘International Day for Preservation of Ozone Layer’. Children began the assembly by presenting the news bulletin which was followed by the ‘Enactment’. This Enactment highlighted the Ozone layer, Its use, depletion, chemicals causing Ozone depletion, Ozone hole and measures that can be taken to prevent Ozone depletion.

This was followed by a short, informative speech on the ‘International Day for Protection of Ozone Layer’ (Sept. 16)

Later on, Respected Novita Ma’am elaborated more on the topic by asking questions from children and giving useful information regarding Ultraviolet radiations.

All in all, the assembly was very informative and it was another small step towards SGS contribution for environmental initiatives.

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19th October 2013 – Astronomy Club: Pop Rocketry

On 19th October 2013, astronomy club students had a funfilled session of launching of rockets using Eno and Water as fuel. Students build the basic model of rocket using two plastic bottles (structure) and thick sheet of paper (wings). After the construction of the basic structure they took their rockets in an open area, added water and eno and launched a reusable rocket to one mile above ground level carrying a scientific payload. It was a great learning experience for them.

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(18th – 20th) October 2013 – CBSE NORTH ZONE-I Roller Skating Championship 2013

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

Sourabh Sangwan of class VI A got a silver medal and has been selected for the CBSE National to which will be held in December 2013.










15th October 2013 – EID –ul- ZUHA

The student of class II B presented a special assembly on the festival of Eid – ul – Zuha on 15th October 2013. The students emphasized the importance of this day.


The children recited beautiful poem titled ‘Hum Sab Mil Kar Eid Manayen’ which highlighted the message of brotherhood.

The efforts of children made the atmosphere festive as the echo of ‘Aap Sabhi Ko Eid Mubarak’ filled the atmosphere.

The entire class participated in the assembly. The assembly was appreciated by the head of the school, Mrs. Novita Chopra for its organization and coordination.

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14th October 2013 – Astronomy Club: Evening Sky Observation

The aspiring students of the Astronomy Club along with their parents attended an evening sky observation on 14th October 2013 conducted by Antriksh Education in the school grounds. The senior students were briefed on the working and the principles of a telescope, while the junior students were curiously involved in some fun activities.

The school field was converted to an observatory of its kind with many telescopes placed for our students and their parents. The sky seemed so near and the far away planets looked so clear through them. The students were grouped to take on the task of viewing terrestrial objects, the evening star, Planet Venus, our natural satellite, the Moon and Pole Star. The finale was done by an enthralling laser show which spell bounded every one. The parents present also saw the sky through the eager eyes of their children and sportingly participated in the quiz.

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10th October 2013 – Enactment of Characters From Ramayana

Dussehra, also called Vijayadashmi symbolizes the victory of good over evil. It is celebrated with great fervour and fanfare. It incorporates Ram Lila, a gala theatrical enactment of Rama’s life story. Effigies of Ravana- often along with those of Meghnada (Ravana’s Son) and Kumbhkarana (Ravana’s brother) are stuffed with firecrackers and set ablaze at night in open fields.

To welcome this upcoming festival of Dussehra, an inter class competition on enactment of characters from Ramayana was held on 10th October 2013 for the children of Buds. The audience enjoyed watching the participants performing in different attires of Lord Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Ravana, Surpankha etc along with display of beautiful props. This competition was thoroughly enjoyed by the judges and audience and kept them captivated till the end.

NAME CLASS POSITION
AVIKA YADAV BUDS - A FIRST
VANSHIKA BANWARI BUDS - C FIRST
SHATAKSHI BAJPAI BUDS - C FIRST
TOSHITA BHAGAT BUDS - D SECOND
SHIVAM PANDEY BUDS - D THIRD
MISHIKA MALIK BUDS - B THIRD
RAKSHIT MALIK BUDS - D CONSOLATION
PAAKHI DIKSHIT BUDS - D CONSOLATION


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9th October 2013 – Dussehra

Students of Class II A presented a special assembly to mark the celebration of the festival of ‘Dussehra’. Students spoke about the importance of the festival. A rhyme was also presented by the students to highlight the message that ‘Good always wins over evil’.

Students were beautifuly dressed as Lord Ram, Sita and Ravana to give the glimpse of the religious history of India. The entire class participated enthusiastically and their efforts were appreciated by the head of the school, Mrs. Novita Chopra.

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9th October 2013 – A Rendezvous With Self (For Girls)

Sachdeva Global School conducted a workshop titled, “A rendezvous with self" for girls from classes VII - XII. The speaker for the session was Mrs. Sumana Dutta, the Academic Supervisor. She began with an ice-breaker to make her audience feel at ease with who they were from a physiological point of view. Here all the students in the workshop were made to feel comfortable and appreciate how uniquely each woman is created to be equipped to embark the beautiful journey of womanhood.

The workshop was then carried forward with the speaker giving a detailed description of the female anatomy and how the body functions at critical developmental milestones. Following this she went on to sensitize the girls about the social issues tied with puberty. She elaborated at how special and unique is the role of a woman in continuing human race. The students were motivated to treat their body with respect and be utmost cautious about their personal space being encroached upon by anyone whether from inside the family or outside. The girls were encouraged and challenged to speak up to any trustworthy adult or their friend about being abused in any form. They were appealed to demand respect when it came to their physical bodies.

The students were sensitized to the issue of objectification of women by media in various forms. They were encouraged to dress in a manner appropriate to their social setting and level of cultural maturity and openness. The fact that they needed to be safe and wise in staying away from problem areas especially after sunset was stressed on. The use of Facebook and being careful about one’s private pictures and information, cyber bullying and other cyber crimes was brought to their awareness. The workshop ended on a high note with the students having been made to go through a journey of understanding and appreciating the rights and responsibilities of being a woman.

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9th October 2013 – Visit to Orphanage Home

As part of the community service initiatives of the school, a delegation of students from classes VI to VIII visited an orphanage, ‘Don Bosco Ashalayam’ at Palam on Wednesday, 09 October 2013. They presented a cultural programme and also gifted the children at the orphanage with clothes, books and toys collected from all students of the school. This gesture not only brought a smile to the face of each soul at the orphanage, but also created an increased sensitivity in the school children towards the need for community service. This also instilled a “spirit of giving” towards those who are not as privileged as ourselves.

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9th October 2013 - 4th Tek Chand Mann Memorial Inter-School Skating Championship 2013-14

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

SGS students participated in 4th Tek Chand Mann Memorial Inter-school Skating Championship 2013-14 held at Modern Convent School, Sec-4, Dwarka. Almost 350 skaters participated. The students of Sachdeva Global School performed extremely well and won 6 Gold, 9 Silver, 6 Bronze Medals and overall Runner’s Up Trophy.

The prize winners are as follows:
NAME CLASS MEDALS
SNIGDHA JOSHI I A 1 Bronze
KYAN VIKRAM SINGH II C 1 Bronze
UJJWAL KR. PANDEY III A 1 Gold
SAHIL DALAL VI B 1 Gold
SUNIL MAHALA VI A 1 Silver
KHUSHI BISLA IV B 1 Bronze
AADYA VIKRAM SINGH IV B 1 Silver
SOURABH SANGWAN VI A 2 Silver
TUSHAR SEHRAWAT VI A 1 Gold
RAHUL DALAL VI B 1 Silver
NAVAL LATA V B 1 Silver
ASHUTOSH SINGH VI B 1 Gold
SHUBHAM SINGH X A 1 Gold, 1 Bronze
JASMINE KAUR IV A 1 Silver
SAI SMARRANN SV I D 1 Silver
LAKSHAY VIII A 1 Gold, 1 Bronze
SHLOK  AHLUWALIA I C 1 Bronze
BALRAM GAHLOT VIII B 1 Silver



8th October 2013 – Start Today, Save Tomorrow

A painting competition was organized for classes IX - X. On the topic ‘Start Today, Save Tomorrow’. The topic was given keeping in mind today’s need to save our environment. It thought the students to start the work by taking initiatives to save water, trees, energy, etc. today and save earth for tomorrow. Students made beautiful paintings depicting the concerns and the measures to conserve environment.














7th October 2013 - Piloting a New English Language Learning Format For The World

How do you get youth in India to be fluent in spoken English today and be an asset to the workforce tomorrow? Some solutions are best achieved at by going back to school. And we mean literally, back to school.

Students at the Sachdeva Global School (Dwarka) in Delhi and a Startup Brand English are taking a lead in piloting a new idea that brings the opportunity of English learning to everyone in India and a format that can be used globally.

Students are using the simple art of conversation to help their peers master English. The model entails online conversation sessions between students via an interschool exchange. Following a preset format and lesson plans, and choosing fun and interesting topics that are suitable for their age, conversations flow freely and unencumbered. That is how the learning process should look like. Easy and fun, yet highly effective, this carefully researched and scientifically engineered model tops all standard forms of teaching.

Tihana Lalic of Brand English from Siberia (Europe) delivered an online interactive workshop (video conferencing) to over 30 student volunteers at Sachdeva Global School between the age group of 12 – 15 who would play the role of student-tutors in a group interaction session with student-learners from the Tribune Public School in Chandigarh and further to school children from countries like China and Japan.

Due to the lack of interactivity, most of the students lack fluency in spoken English. We would wish to invite you to be a part of our next session and see for yourself how our model works in practice. Join us in our pioneering attempt to create history.

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1st October 2013 – Assembly: Gandhi Jayanti

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi, the apostle of peace and the Father of the Nation was born on 2nd October 1869 at Porbandar in Gujrat. In his autobiography “My experiments with truth”, he recalled his childhood and teen age years characterized by education in a local school and an intrinsic love for “Truth” and “Duty”. A special assembly was conducted by Buds – D to mark the day on 1st October 2013. The students emphasized the importance this day, followed by an introduction about the significance of this celebration. Children recited various English and Hindi poems followed by a dance performance on a melodious song “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram”. In all it was a great performance put together by the little ones.



27th September 2013 – Hindi Rhyme Recitation Competition: ANIMALS

Standing on a stage and reciting lines is an opportunity in ‘itself’. It is a medium to express yourself and share your views with the audience.

In an endeavour towards inculcating the qualities of confidence and healthy competitiveness, the students of Buds had a ‘Hindi rhyme recitation competition’ on the theme ‘Animals’. The children were dressed up in the attire of different animals and recited Hindi rhymes with their respective props, full enthusiasm and confidence. Such rhyme competitions help in building self esteem, self confidence and improve public speaking skills. Thus, the children learn to express themselves with style.

NAME CLASS POSITION
HARLEEN  KAUR BUDS B IST
SHATAKSHI BUDS C IST
VANSHIKA BUDS C IIND
TAVISH BUDS B IIND
MUSKAN BUDS B IIND
ATHARV BUDS A IIIRD
SHAMBHAVI BUDS B IIIRD
RAKSHIT BUDS D IIIRD
SYLUS BUDS B IIIRD



26th September 2013 – Just A Minute Competition

Just a Minute Competition was organized for the children of class I on 26th September 2013. The theme of the competition was ‘Rashtra Bhasha Hindi’. The students spoke about the importance of Hindi language that connects us with people across the length and the breadth of our country. Some students recited beautiful poems to highlight the significance of our national language Hindi. The student showed innovative props and some of them were dressed beautifully in Indian attires.

This competition served as a platform to enhance the confidence and communication skills of the students.

The winners of the competition are as follows:
NAME POSITION
AAKRITI BHARGAVA FIRST
INDIRA SHINE FIRST
SONAKSHI GUPTA SECOND
ARCHINI MANHIRA SECOND
MIHIKA VERMA THIRD
SAMBHAV KHURANA THIRD

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26th September 2013 – Hindi Rhyme Recitation Competition: FESTIVALS

Festivals are celebrated to propagate the cultural heritage of Nations. It highlights various aspects of a society. To welcome the upcoming festival season, a ‘Hindi Rhyme Recitation’ Competition was held on 26th September 2013 for the children of Blooms. Children recited rhymes on various festivals such as Diwali, Dussehra, Holi, Rakhi and Christmas, etc. displaying beautiful props. The audience enjoyed watching the participants performing in different attires. This competition helped the children develop, better fluency in Hindi language. This competition was thoroughly enjoyed by the judges and audience and kept them captivated till the end.

NAME CLASS POSITION
AMITOJ SINGH WALIA BLOOMS E IST
KABIR ZADE BLOOMS C IST
MANNAN THAKUR BLOOMS C IIND
RANBIR SINGH OBEROI BLOOMS C IIND
ROHAN SHARMA BLOOMS B IIND
SIDDHARTH KALITA BLOOMS A IIND
PRIYANSH SHAH BLOOMS B IIIRD
TANISHA BLOOMS A IIIRD
KANAV BALIYAN BLOOMS A IIIRD



25th September 2013 – Save Water Save Life

Don’t let the future blow, Save H2O

The earth is our home. It’s time for us to do the little things for the earth, save water, save energy and secure the future.

In order to sensitize, understand, appreciated and value the importance of water in our lives, the students of BUDS C presented as assembly on “Save Water, Save Life” on 25th September 2013.

The students emphasized the importance of water in the assembly. An introduction about the significance of water was given by the students in the form of English and Hindi poems followed by various quotations on water. Everybody thoroughly enjoyed the extremely thoughtful initiative of the students.

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18th September 2013 – Visit to Parle Factory

Continuing with the trend of providing informative and practical experiences, the students of classes III – V were taken to the factory site of Parle G, situated at Bahadurgarh, Haryana.

The visit included a movie show for students explaining the process of manufacturing of the entire range of Parle G products the biscuits, wafers, toffees and chocolates. This was followed by an actual visit of the manufacturing and packaging plants to get a glimpse of the process.

This informative, interactive and joyful experience ended with the students getting wafer packets as souvenirs.

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18th September 2013 – Adventure Camp

The school organized an Adventure Camp in the school premises for the students of classes Buds to III on (18-19) September 2013. Camp was conducted by ‘Rocksport Pvt. Ltd; run by Mr. Shashi Tharoor, India’s premiere Adventure training company, under the guidance of trained professionals and supervision of school teachers. The children had an enriching and joyful experience in all the adventure activities such as ‘Zip Line’, ‘Commando Crawl’, ‘Hop Scotch’, Hamster Wheels’, ‘Tug of War’,’ Tent Pitching, ‘Vertical Ladder’, ‘Laser Beam, ‘Double Rope Bridge, ‘ Tarzan Swing’, ‘Swinging Bridge, ‘Cammondo Net’. All day long activities resulted into developing various skills like team spirit, discipline and physical fitness. Many teachers actively participated along with the students which further motivated the students. This camp was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.

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16th September 2013 – Just A Minute: Hamari Rashtra Bhasaha Hindi

Just a minute (JAM) competition was organized for the children of class II on the occasion of ‘Hindi Diwas’. The theme of the competition was, ‘Humari Rashtra Bhasha Hindi.’ All the children participated enthusiastically to honour their national language. They spoke beautiful lines and poems highlighting the beauty and importance of our national language Hindi. The competition was also a good learning experience for everybody, as the children presented various facts about the national language and its contribution to the other languages of the world.

The children also highlighted important messages, as the auditorium echoed with the sounds of messages like,’ Hindi Bachao’ and ‘Apni Rashtra Bhasha ka Samman Karo’. The use of beautiful props added beauty to the valuable words of the children. The winners of the competition are as follows:

NAME CLASS POSITION
ISHITA GHAI II C FIRST
SUKRIT MOHAPATRA II A SECOND
KYAN VIKRAM SINGH II C THIRD
ABHINAV AHUJA II B THIRD


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14th September 2013 – Hindi Diwas

September 14 is celebrated as Hindi Diwas throughout our country as the official language of the constituent assembly in 1949.

A special assembly was conducted by BUDS – B to mark the day on 17th September 2013. The assembly started with a prayer in Hindi. The students emphasized the importance of the day followed by an introduction about the significance of this celebration. Students danced on a melodious song joyfully followed by Hasya Kavita without missing the beats and the punch lines that turned everyone in splits of laughter.

In all it was a great performance put together by the students.

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13th September 2013 - Germination of Seeds

Learning the concept of ‘Germination of seeds’ created a new arena for the children of Blooms to explore on 13th September 2013. Each student was given the responsibility for growing his/her own plant. Disposable glasses were first filled with soil. Each student was given a few kidney beans. The soil was dug and the seeds were sown. All students watered the newly sowed seeds. The students were then taken out along with their glasses for getting sunlight needed for the seeds to grow. These glasses are displayed on the windows of each class so that the students can check the daily growth. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.

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13 सितम्बर 2013 - प्रार्थना सभा प्रस्तुतीकरण


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12th September 2013 – Ganesh Chaturthi

The students of class Buds-A presented assembly on Ganesh Chaturthi on 12th September 2013. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesh. Lord Ganesh is the symbol of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune. The students emphasized the importance of the day in this assembly. An introduction about the significance of this celebration was given by the students. Students danced on a melodious song joyfully followed by a Ganesh Bhajan. Everybody thoroughly enjoyed the extremely thoughtful initiative of the students.

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11th September 2013 - Investiture Ceremony

A good leader inspires his followers with confidence in him; a great leader inspires them with confidence in themselves.

On the 11 day of September, Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka, bestowed upon its young leaders, great responsibility of leading their school, partaking in its management and progress. The members of Student Council for the session 2013-14 were sworn in and entrusted with duties in a grand Investiture ceremony.

School’s ceremonial band kick started the programme with a march past spearheaded by the new office bearers of student body, followed by new house captains of each house dressed in house colours of Yellow, Red, Blue and Green, each representing the virtue of Glory, Pride, Peace and Harmony, which the school strives to inculcate in its students. Under the command of House Captains the prefects of each house marched across the assembly ground with their head held high and pride in their eyes.

The march past was followed by an exchange of school flag, where the out-going Head-boy and Head-girl, Arpit Dhankar and Simran Bhaitia of Class XII, handed over the school flag to the newly elected head of student body, Abhishek Maan and Jigyasa Rawat and welcomed the new members of council.

The head of the school, Ms. Novita Chopra and Academic coordinator, Ms. Sumana Dutta pinned up the sashes and badges to Head of student council and each member of the Prefectorial board. This year three new positions; Academic Captain, Cultural Captain and Environment Captain, were added in the Student Council. Thereafter, the oath taking ceremony began, led by the Head- boy, Abhishek Maan, after which the head boy and head girl addressed the students and conveyed their first message to the school as the head of the student body.

The ceremony came to a close with Ms. Novita Chopra addressing the new Student Council where she elaborated on the importance of engaging the young people, and establishing a stronger mechanism for youth participation in school’s management, and especially in maintaining the overall discipline. She emphasised on the four main kinds of leadership techniques; by direction, seduction, association and delegation. She also spoke about the importance of good leadership and mentioned that a good leader should have self control, a sense of justice, ability to make the right decisions at the right time, a willingness to work hard and be a part of the team.

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11th September 2013 - Workshop on Nutrition

With the aim of inculcating healthy habits and importance of health and hygiene in each and every Globalite, SGS organized a workshop on Nutrition on 11 September 2013 for classes IV and V. The workshop was conducted by an NGO of repute, School Health Annual Report Programme (SHARP). With a vision of promoting healthcare of children, the resource person Ms. Rameet emphasized on the importance of fruits in maintaining a proper balance of nutrients in the body. Kiwi, a fruit that is not commonly consumed by children, but has immense nutritional value, was talked about in great detail. The session was informative and interactive and ended on a healthy note with the distribution of a fruit of kiwi to each student.

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7th September 2013 - Life Skill Workshop

A Life skill workshop was held at Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka on 7th September, 2013 as part of the series of Orientation workshop for teachers by ‘PROMISE’. The purpose of the workshop was to help the teachers in discouraging the students from using foul language.

The workshop guided the teachers in making the students understand that foul language doesn’t make them mature and cool. Infact mature people refrain from using such language. And if they would not like others to abuse them, similarly others would not like them to use abusive language. We need to encourage the students to think before they talk.

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6th September 2013 – Eco Initiative

Students of Classes IV – V of Sachdeva Global School, conducted an activity which aimed at spreading awareness for Environment Conservation.

Their main agenda was – INCREASE HANDPRINTS AND REDUCE FOOTPRINTS!

‘They took a pledge to save nature till last breath’ – and to support this cause each one of them put up a ‘HANDPRINT’ on the soft board.

Children thoroughly participated and enjoyed this eco initiative activity to save environment and imbibed the thought that environment conservation is everyone’s equal responsibility.






5th September 2013 – Teacher’s Day Assembly

Teacher’s Day is celebrated on the birthday of Dr. Sarvpali Radhakrishnan on 5th September every year. On this special occasion students of classes Blooms-C presented Special Assembly. The tiny tots spoke few lines on the importance of teachers in the student’s life. The children also recited the rhymes and melodious songs on this auspicious occasion.

A group dance was also presented by the students on a peppy English number. The assembly came to an end by presenting a bouquet of flowers as a token of our love to the Principal Ma’am by the students.

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४ सितम्बर - अंतर सदन वाद विवाद प्रतियोगिता



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AUGUST 2013 – Social Issues- Street Play “Sab Chalta Hai”

The motto of the school is “Be the change you want to see in the world”. Hence students of SGS are regularly involved in undertaking social issues themselves as well as sensitizing the community about the same through street plays, mime and other forms of dramatics.


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30th August 2013 – Abhivyakti 2013 (Mantra Chanting)

Students of SGS of class IX participated in Sanskrit Mantra Chanting Competition held at Delhi International School, Dwarka and won First Prize for our school.

NAME CLASS POSITION
JYOTI IX A FIRST




30th August 2013 – Abhivyakti 2013

SGS students participated in Inter School Competition “Humour Tech” and presented a Mime on Mobile / Information Technology and won a trophy and certificate.

NAME CLASS POSITION
PRABHJOT SINGH XI B THIRD
KHUSHBEER SINGH XI B THIRD
SARITA XI B THIRD
SHIVAM XI B THIRD







29th August 2013 – Techies ‘n’ Gizmos (Science Model Making)

SGS students of class VIII participated in Inter School Science Model Making Competition held at Sri VIS. They presented a Model of Eco Friendly House displaying various energy saving techniques and Won Third position for the same.

NAME CLASS POSITION
ANANYA VIII THIRD
RUDRA VIII THIRD



29th August 2013 – Techies ‘n’ Gizmos (Web Designing)

SGS students participated in Inter School Web Designing Competition held at Sri VIS and topic was given on the spot. They Won Second position in this event.

NAME CLASS POSITION
RAMAN TEHLAN X SECOND
ANUJ CHIKARA X SECOND



29th August 2013 - Pogo Fun Activity

A school is a child’s second home that teaches them to share, make new friends and many such things. Keeping in mind these objectives a fun filled program was conducted by Pogo on 29th August 2013. The students of (Buds – VII) participated in the Bheem’s masti ki class. Lots of fun filled games were conducted for smaller classes and awareness activities like traffic rules, games involving team work, keeping good health were conducted for classes I – VII. There were question answer rounds about the serial Chota Bheem which were enjoyed by all the students.

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27th August 2013 – International Resource Exchange

Continuing with the culture of giving global exposure to the students, the school organized a visit of Mrs. Shalina Sethi, Head of Arts Faculty, Central School for Girls, London, UK on August 27, 2013. Mrs. Shalina Sethi visited various classes and witnessed the teaching learning process. She also interacted with the teachers and students. She discussed about the teaching processes prevalent in UK and a thorough brain storming was done regarding the strength of each system. This proved to be an educative experience for the faculty and the students.

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27th August 2013 - Bilt Art & Me Painting Competition

Painting Competition was organized on 27th August 2013 for the young artists of classes III – VIII in collaboration with “Bilt 10/10 Art & Me Painting Contest”. The topic of the contest was “My Dream”. It motivated the students to show their talent by sketching / painting their dreams with the help of pencil, colours and drawing sheets. Students painted their ambitions, beautiful scenes of nature, fun time with their family and friends, cartoon characters, chocolate world etc. Some children even painted their horror dreams. It was a funfilled experience for the kids to paint their imagination on papers.

Winners of the contest are as follows:
NAME CLASS
CHARIKA SHARMA
III
SHRAGVI
III
AADYA VIKRAM SINGH
IV
NIKITA MEHTO
IV
NAVAL LATA
V
UTKARSH
V
SAKSHAM
VI
MAISHA ISLAM
VI
RUPAL SINGH
VII
PREETI BHARDWAJ
VII
MOKHSA SARASWATI
VIII
SRIDAYA SUNDARAJAN
VIII

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27th August 2013 – Janmashtami

The students of class Blooms F presented on assembly on Janmashtami. Janmashtami is celebrated on the 8th Day of Krishan Paksh. On this day, Lord Krishana took birth to end the wickedness, which was growing day by day during that time.

Children recited lines on Janmashtami, followed by a group dance. At the end, the class recited a rhyme on Janmashtami. Birthday children celebrated their birthday by cutting the cake, along with the candyman. Candyman distributed birthday cards and gifts to the birthday children.

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23rd August 2013 – Show and Tell Competition: THEME – ANIMAL

A Show and Tell competition was conducted on 23rd August 2013 for the students of classes Blooms. It was a very colourful competition as few of the participants were dressed up as various animals and others showcased their talents by displaying different props on the theme ‘Animals’. The competition was very informative as the students spoke about various animals, their babies, homes and sounds.





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21th August 2013 - All India Camel Colour Contest

SGS organized All India Camel Colour Contest on Wednesday 21st August 2013 to give opportunity to students to showcase their imagination through creative and artistic skills.

The contest was open to children of classes from LKG – X.

Children participated with full zeal and enthusiasm and exhibited their talent in art by making beautiful drawings on topics like My Friend, Holiday Fun, My City My Home, Our Cultural Heritage etc.

The Event was a great success with maximum participation of students from all the classes.

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19th August 2013 - Raksha Bandhan

Students of Blooms E presented an assembly on Raksha Bandhan. The students enacted the activities which are held during Raksha Bandhan like tying a rakhi on the brother’s wrist, offering him sweets and then the brother giving gifts to the sister. Children also recited a rhyme, “Rakhi Ka Tyohar”. The value of loving your sibling was imparted by this assembly.

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16th August 2013 – Raksha Bandhan

Class XI A conducted a Special Assembly on 16th August 2013. The topic of the assembly was ‘Raksha Bandhan’

The students presented a poem. Group song, skit and a speech. The assembly started by giving an introduction about the history of Raksha Bandhan and its importance. It was followed by a self composed poem. An entertaining skit was also presented which depicted how ‘Raksha Bandhan’ celebrations have undergone transition sieve yesteryears. The assembly culminated with speech on the relevance of Raksha Bandhan in today’s world. Assembly was informative and was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.

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14th August 2013 – Zonal Science Toon Competition

SGS students participated in the Zonal ‘Science Quiz Toon’ Competition held at Govt. Co. Ed. School Sec-22, Dwarka organized by Directorate of Education and won second position.

NAME CLASS POSITION
PREETI GAHLOT PREETI GAHLOT SECOND






14th August 2013 - Inter-house Debate Competition

The right to express our opinion, the right to be heard, the right to free speech is one of our fundamental rights. It is the gift of Democracy. It is the sign of independence, so what better way to celebrate our 66th year of Independence than debate. In the words of Jesse Jackson Delibration and debate is the way you stir the soul of our democracy.

On 14 August 2013, am Inter-house Debate Competition was organised on the topic, “Universal brotherhood is more important than patriotism”. The event provided the students a platform to express their ideas, opinion, and thoughts on the topic. Soon a soul stirring, energetic, and heated debate ensued where students came up with arguments on both the importance of patriotic fervour and significance of Universal brotherhood in the age of globalization.

The debate saw two students from each house speaking in the favour and against the motion. While some students argued that patriotism is the pillar on which a nation stands, others argued that it’s a mere step towards attaining universal brotherhood. Great visionaries like Buddha, Christ, Confucius, all carried the baton of universal brotherhood while some students felt that to attain universal brother hood it is imperative to first establish internal brotherhood within a country Charity begins at home.

The head of our school, Mrs. Novita Chopra and Academic coordinator Mrs. Sumana Dutta chaired the session. They applauded the performance of the participants. Harmony House stood first, while the second position was bagged by Pride House. The awards for first best speaker went to Ipsa Jaiswal of class X A and second best speaker to Tanya Dhankar of Class IX B.

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14th August 2013 - Fancy Dress Competition (Freedom Fighters)

The students of class I rekindled the spirit of patriotism and remembered our great freedom fighters by participating in the Fancy Dress Competition based on the theme ‘Freedom Fighters’ held on 14th August 2013.

Young enthusiastic children beaming with joy, looking all confident, were dressed beautifully in attires of various freedom fighters such as Mahatma Gandhi, Jawahar Lal Nehru, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose etc. They spoke confidentially and projected their character very well. Through this competition the students gave a tribute to our freedom fighters because of whom we are breaking in Independent India.

The winners of the competition are as follows:

NAME CLASS POSITION
SONAKSHI GUPTA
DHRUV
I IST
AAKRITI BHARGAVA
NEENV MIMANI
I IIND
GARV  
SAMARTH
I IIIRD

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14th August 2013 - Independence Day Assembly

On the eve of Independence Day a special Assembly was organized for the Junior School Children wherein the Head of the School Mrs. Novita Chopra hoisted the flag followed by the school band presenting a melody of Patriotic Songs. The children of Junior School were dressed as different freedom fighters and spoke few lines on them. The special assembly made the children aware of the importance of Independence Day.

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13th August 2013 - Independence Day Celebrations

As India celebrated 66 years of Independence, Sachdeva Global School also commemorated this epic event with much zest and enthusiasm on the 13th August 2013. The entire school was decorated with the colors of the ‘tiranga’. The program started with the welcome of the esteemed Chairman, Shri S. K. Sachdeva and Vice - Chairman, Mr. Anil Sachdeva and other guests to the program. The flag was hoisted by Shri S. K. Sachdeva with the spirit of patriotism in each hearts to the tune of “Jana Gana Mana”. The program started with the school band performing a patriotic song. It was followed by an enthusiastic performance of a group song “Hum sab ek hai” by the school choir. After this Pranav Yadav of Class X recited a poem in Hindi epitomizing the patriotic spirit of Indians. The highlight of the program was the skit cum dance performance by our students from classes VIII - XI. This choreography beautifully portrayed how Mother India is currently suffering due to various vices and evils of society and how we can overcome it. ” Then two doves were released by the Chairman and Vice-Chairman as an act symbolizing India’s freedom. The program ended with a spirit of hope and determination towards each one of us being instrumental in designing a better tomorrow.

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12th August 2013 - Fancy Dress Competition (Freedom Struggle)

“Let freedom never perish in your hands”

With the view of keeping the fragrance of freedom alive, a Fancy Dress Competition was organized to mark the 67th year of Indian Independence. The competition based on the theme, ‘Freedom Struggle’ was organized on 12th August 2013.

Students of class II participated with alacrity and enthusiasm unveiling their feelings of love and patriotism towards their motherland. The children dressed as national leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Rani Lakshmi Bai and Bhagat Singh etc. flashed the memories and contribution of our freedom fighters. The auditorium echoed with the sounds of inspiring poems like – ‘khoob Ladi Mardani woh to Jhansi wali rani thi’ etc, filled every heart with pride and honour.

This competition not only helped in enhancing the personality of the children, but also gave them an opportunity to understand the meaning of Independence. The competition was indeed a tribute to our national leaders who sacrificed their lives to save their mother land. The winners of the competition are as follows.

S.NO NAME CLASS POSITION
1.
KYAN VIKRAM SINGH
II C
IST
2.
ISHAANYA
II A
2ND
3.
KANISHTHIKA
II B
2ND
4.
SHOURYA
II B
3RD

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13th August 2013 - Financial Education Workshop

An informative workshop on financial education was held on 13th August 2013 by Mr. Mukul Jain, Representative of SEBI (Securities Exchange Board of India). The Workshop focused on basic investment and financial terms like Shares, Debentures, Mutual funds, Financial Papers, etc. The workshop threw light on the need and importance of various financial instruments. He emphasized on the institutional framework of financial market which consist of RBI, SEBI, IRDA, FMC and PFRDA. It proved to be very fruitful and informative session for classes XI and XII.


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(10th - 11th) August 2013 - 2nd Inter School Roller Skating Championship

SGS students participated in 2nd Inter School Roller Skating Championship-2013 (10th – 11th) August 2013. Almost 375 skaters participated. The students of Sachdeva Global School performed extremely well and won 5 Gold, 3 Silver, 5 Bronze Medals and a Trophy.

NAME CLASS DISTANCE OF RACE POSITION
SAI SMARRANN SV I-D 300, 500, 750 mtrs I, I, II and a Trophy
SHUBHAM SINGH X A 300, 500, 750 mtrs I, II, III
SOURAV SANGWAN VI A 300, 500, 750 mtrs I, II, III
BALRAM GAHLOT VIII A 300, 500, 750 mtrs I, III
AAKASH SHOKHANDA IX B 300, 500, 750 mtrs III
GEETANSHU SARASWATI VI B 300, mtrs III

Our school was declared ‘Over All Runners Up’ with 67 points.



8th August 2013 – Ad-Ventura Inter School Competition

Our students performed a mime act for the advertisement and the product they advertized was a mattress. From 32 schools that participated our students from SGS won the FIRST PRIZE and got a standing ovation from the judges. They were deemed the best among all for their emotional and brilliant performance in this competition.

Name of students:
NAME CLASS
KHUSHBIR SINGH XI B
PRABHJOT SINGH XI B
SHIVAM BAJAJ XI B
JAYANT VERMA XI B
SHIVAM XI B



7th August 2013 – Means of Transport

The students of class Blooms- D presented an assembly on means of Transport. The children gave a brief introduction on various modes of Transport followed by melodious rhymes thereby classifying Land, Air and Water transport which was enhanced by usage of colourful placards and props. The assembly concluded by spreading the awareness about traffic rules.

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4th August 2013 – Paryavaran Mitra

S. Padmashree, young leader of Sachdeva Global School and our ECO-CLUB incharge Ms. Megha Chaudhary got the golden opportunity to present their Young Leader Action plan of ‘WASTE SEGREGATION’ before Mr. Sudhir Kumar Sinha, Country Head, CSR, Arcelor Mittal and Mr. Pramod Sharma from CEE at Arcelor Mittal Headoffice New Delhi .The action plan was appreciated by them and they also gave some suggestions to make it more productive and appreciated the school efforts to contribute towards environment. It was a confidence boost and a great learning experience for the child.









3rd August 2013 – Phonetics Workshop

An interactive workshop on Phonics was held on 3rd August 2013 by Ms. Monisha Gupta, who is an alumnus of the prestigious Sacred Heart Convent and Loyola School. She received an Honours degree from Indraprastha College, Delhi University. She has worked in various schools and has also been the resource person with the British Council, India Habitat Centre, Times of India and Scholastic India. She is the Master Trainer for “UK College for Teachers’ Accredited Course” on Phonics from Scholastic.

The workshop brought into light the various aspects of teaching and learning the phonics sounds. The teachers of classes Buds – II and the English faculty attended the workshop.

She emphasized that for children to be more attentive and active in the classroom, storytelling techniques, interactive games and funfilled worksheets should be used. More participation and interaction from the childrens’ end would motivate them to understand the concept and usage of phonetics.

For each and every letter, she gave verbal clues

Eg:- for letter l –roll your tongue
V – bite the lower lip
W – round mouth

To correlate the sound with the respective letter.

She also put light on the importance of sight words and how to introduce them to the students.

The workshop was really informative and thoroughly enjoyed by all the teachers.

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2nd August 2013 – ‘Paint What You Love’ Competition

SGS students participated in New Era Public School’s on the Spot Painting Competition on 2nd August 2013. Students painted their hobbies, imaginations and dreams.

They won two prizes in this competition
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NAME CLASS POSITION
LOKESH GULIA VIII B THIRD
ADARSHIKA IX B CONSOLATION



2nd August 2013 - International Youth Day Celebration

Sachdeva Global School, celebrated International Youth Day on the 2nd of August 2013 with a special morning assembly presented by students of class X. International Youth Day was established by the United Nations in 2000 as a means of raising awareness of issues affecting young people around the world. The event is now marked on 12 August each Year, the day aims to celebrate the contribution youths make to society.

Each year a theme is selected for celebrating the international youth day and this year it is 'Youth Migration: Moving Development Forward'. At SGS we understand that today’s generation of youth is the largest the world has ever known and has unprecedented potential to advance the well-being of the entire human family, hence what better way to celebrate such a day than getting the youth to come up with some thought provoking programme.

Students created a human formation symbolizing youth day, and presented their views on the importance and role of youth in the progress of the world.

Taking the spirit of youth forwards, a street play was presented titled “Kallu Padhna Chahta hai”, which depicted how timely intervention by three youngsters and police helped in saving the childhood aspiration of Kallu who wanted to go to school.

Students also presented a musical composition, “Forever Young” encapsulating the spirit of Youth. The programme highlighted the need to listen to and engage the young people, establish a stronger mechanism for youth participation.

Mrs. Novita Chopra applauded the effort of the students and mentioned that the time has come to integrate youth voices more meaningfully into decision-making processes at all levels. She emphasised that without urgent measures, we risk creating a “lost generation” of squandered talent and dreams.

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August 2013 - Donation to 'RAHAT FLOODS'

The unthinkable calamity caused by floods at Uttarakhand and its disastrous fallout in terms of life and property has left an indelible mark on the conscience of every Indian. Today, the heart of each one of us wants to reach out to help the survivors in whatever way possible. SGS in collaboration with 'Goonj', an NGO of national repute has tried to provide assistance to the ill fated people by donating to the campaign 'RAHAT FLOODS'. All parents, staff and students donated open- heartedly following items.

Tarpaulins, mosquito nets, blankets and woollens, cooking utensils, buckets, torch and batteries, umbrellas, basic medicines, water purifier tablets, crutches, candles, lanterns, feeding bottles, rope etc.

Monetary contributions were also sent to GOONJ office as a part of the social initiatives taken up by the school.

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31st July 2013 - Experiment on water

The students of Blooms did an experiment on water. The various properties of water were discussed like it is odourless, tasteless and colourless. The children tasted water from their water bottles and then smelled it too. Later colour was added into a glass of water to show how quickly water changes colour. This was followed by the smart class module on water. Children thoroughly enjoyed the activity.

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31st July 2013 – JAM Session

“Speaking on stage is an opportunity in itself. It is a chance to express yourself and share your views with the audience.”

In an endeavour towards grooming of students to inculcate qualities of confidence and healthy competitiveness, the students of Buds had a JAM SESSION – I Love my School because...

The purpose of this JAM SESSION is to boost self esteem, improve public speaking and to build confidence in children. Standing on a stage and reciting lines offers the small kids of Buds the obvious benefits of practicing public speaking skills. Through this JAM SESSION, the children of Buds gained the confidence to advocate for themselves and express themselves better and with more style.

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30th July 2013 – Just A Minute

Just A Minute (JAM) Competition was held on 30th July, 2013 for the students of class II. The topic of the competition was ‘My Favourite Sport’. Students of all three sections participated in the competition with a lot of vigour and zeal. Students spoke with props of their related sport. The confidence level of the students was very high. This competition served as a platform to enhance their confidence and communication skills.

The winners of the completion are:

S.NO NAME CLASS POSITION
1.
SUKRIT MOHPATRA II A IST
2.
PARTH SHARMA II A 2ND
3.
ARYAN DUHAN, AEGEL II A 3RD


S.NO NAME CLASS POSITION
1.
RIDDHI RAWAT II B IST
2.
ABHINAV AHUJA, SHOURYA TIWARI II B 2ND
3.
OJASWINI, KANISHTHIKA II A 3RD


NAME CLASS POSITION
KYAN VIKRAM SINGH, ISHITA GHAI II C IST
UJJWAL II C IIND
RASHI SOLANKI II C IIIRD


NAME CLASS POSITION
SUKRIT MOHPATRA II A IST
PARTH SHARMA II A IIND
ARYAN DUHAN, AEGEL II A IIIRD

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20th and 27th July 2013 - Interactive Session with Parents

  • Welcome address by the Head of School, Mrs. Novita Chopra.
  • Detailed discussion on the following aspects of school functioning based on the feedback Performa submitted by the Parents.

    • The homework assignment
    • The child happy to come to school
    • Follow up & verification of Homework by teachers
    • Method of teaching
    • Behaviour & Mannerism of teacher
    • Overall discipline
    • Use of ICT
    • Exposure to extracurricular activities
    • Website as a medium of information & regular interaction with parents & students
    • Parent’s partnership – in the form of parental workshop school functions
    • Sports activities
    • Social initiatives taken by school.
    • The school transport facility.
  • Our Commitment: Based on the minutes of previous interactive session, following update was given to the parents.

    • CCTVs are being installed in the campus to ensure Safety & Security of Students. To ensure more exposure, Annual Inter School Fest ‘Confluence’ was conducted successfully and students are participating in number of interschool competitions, bringing number of laurels to the school.
    • Improved infrastructure with ‘Robotics’ and ‘English Labs’ for the students and AC hall for the workshops / interactive sessions.
    • Life skill workshop for students, teachers and parents by ‘PROMISE’ for developing social, emotional and communication skills of students has been arranged.
    • School now has experienced, qualified, full time professional counselor for students.
    • School conducts workshops and medical check-ups to ensure Health & Hygiene of the students. Very high standards are maintained in the Cafeteria to provide very hygiene and healthy food.
    • Newsletter “GLOBALITIES in Action….” released, on Graduation Day was first in the series of Quarterly magazine that the school will be releasing in future.
  • National level achievements were highlighted

    • 5 students have cleared the Piano exam with distinction and merit from the Trinity College of London.
    • An action plan on waste segregation was submitted by the student of class X Ms. S. Padmashree and our eco club teacher Ms. Megha. She has been declared eligible for Paryavaran Mitra Puruskar 2013 – Best Student Award. Only 35 schools have been selected out of 1000 who applied and SGS is one of them. It is a CSE (centre of Science and Environment) department’s initiative.
    • Badminton Association of India has declared a National Ranking for Ms. Nithila Ande of Class V, of SGS. She will be representing school at various All India Badminton (U-13) Tournaments.
  • Open Interactive session with parents was held in which few issues were discussed and number of parents openly appreciated the school staff and management.
  • Finally, ‘Rich life’ who world wide helps individuals, institutions, corporate & countries to create a focused & balanced Gen next conducted workshop on finding biological potential of children using very scientific method of finger prints for junior school parents.
  • For senior school parents, resource person from ‘PROMISE’ took a workshop on developing ‘life skills’ among the students and parenting.
  • Vote of thanks was given by Mrs. Chopra to one & all present.



27th & 28th July 2013 - Delhi State Inter School Roller Skating Championship – 2013

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

SGS students participated in Delhi State Inter School Roller Skating Championship on 27th & 28th July 2013. Almost 425 skaters participated. The students of Sachdeva Global School performed extremely well and won 4 Gold, 5 Silver and 4 Bronze Medals.

The prize winners are as follows:
S.NO NAME CLASS POSITION
1.
AADYA VIKRAM SINGH IV IST
2.
BALRAM GAHLOT VIII IST
3.
SOURAV SANGWAN VI IST, 2ND
4.
SAHIL DALAL VI IST, 3RD
5.
SHUBHAM SINGH X  2ND, 2ND
6.
RAHUL DALAL VI 2ND
7.
NAVAL LATA V 2ND, 3RD
8.
ASHUTOSH SINGH VI 3RD
9.
GEETANSHU SARASWATI VI  3RD



26th July 2013 - Life Skill Workshop for Students

A series of workshops were conducted by the Life Skill Partner “Promise” to empower the students with the ‘all – important’, life skill of being great conversationalists.

The students were made to appreciate the importance of this skill in today’s lifestyle. They were given certain tips on improving their conversation skills. They were advised to use ‘ABC’ and ‘TIS’ in their conversation wherein ‘ABC’ stands for equal emphasis on “Audience, Body Language and Content” while TIS stands for “Topic, Importance and Speaker”.

Each student was asked to present a topic publically. The same learning carried on in the classrooms where teachers asked the students to present topics related to their subjects in a similar way.

Thus it ensured complete learning of the skill of ‘public speaking’ for all students.

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23rd July 2013 - Show and Tell Competition (Wonders of Science)

“Countless are the wonders of science”

Show and Tell Competition was held on 23rd July 2013 for the students of class – I. The theme of the competition was ‘Wonders of Science’. The students showed innovative props like laptop, phone and satellite etc. and explained their prop with great confidence some of the students spoke about the advance development of technology which has completely revolutionized our way of life. This competition helped the students to learn about wonders of science which we about wonders of science which we see in every walk of life.

The winners of the competition are:

NAME CLASS POSITION
BHAVYA I – A IST
RITWIK I – A IIND
INDIRA & KANAK I - A IIIRD


NAME CLASS POSITION
RUCHI I – B IST
AGASTYA I – B IIND
SAKSHAM I – B IIIRD


NAME CLASS POSITION
NITYA, SAMBHAV I – C IST
AKSHAT, VEDAANT I – C IIND
HARDIK I - C IIIRD


NAME CLASS POSITION
VANYA I – D IST
DHRUV I – D IIND
SAMARTH & SHRANYA I - D IIIRD

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(23rd – 26th) July 2013 - National Leadership Workshop 2013

S. Padmashree a student of class X along with a teacher Ms. Megha Chaudhary attended the National Leadership Workshop which held from 23rd July to 26th July at CEE Ahmedabad. The workshop was attended by 26 students selected from all over India through a three level selection process.

The workshop started with ice breaker session followed by project based learning. Next session was by Prof. Pradyumna Vyas at National Institute of Design. Students were very excited to interact with him and were clarifying many of their doubts related to the topic. After the lunch, Understanding Environment session was facilitated by Mr Pramod Sharma and Ms Annie Gregory wherein the components of environment and their interdependence were discussed. The teacher were taken to ADALAJ-STEPWELL, The well was built in 1499 A.D. by Queen Rudabai and is several stories in depth. At night, the whole group headed to IIM Ahmedabad to have an interaction with Dr. Anil Gupta, Professor, IIM Ahmedabad on Environment. The lively professor did create an atmosphere of boundless energy among the students and he said that we can’t change the world but we can definitely change ourselves. 26th July started with a session by Mr. Sanjay Joshi on communication for change. Then the students with their mentors had a group discussion with the team members of CCE on their action plans followed by the exhibition of the same. Training programe certificate was given to the teacher and the student was trained to execute the action plan in the school. It was a great learning experience!

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24th July 2013 - Parent’s Day Assembly

The students of class BLOOMS-A presented an assembly on ‘Parent’s Day’. They began by highlighting the importance of parent’s in our lives. Children recited rhymes sang a song and a summarization on ‘My Family’. The assembly inculcated the value of loving and respecting our parents and importance of living as a family.


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24th July 2013 - Quiz Competition

An Inter House Quiz competition was organized by SGS for the students of classes VI – VIII on 24.07.2013. There were four teams representing four houses namely Glory, Pride, Peace and Harmony. Each team had 3 students, one from each standard (VI – VIII).

The quiz consisted of 7 rounds:
ROUND EVENT
1
INVENTION & DISCOVERY
2
HEALTH AND NUTRITION
3
VISUAL ROUND
4
AUDIO ROUND
5
BUZZER ROUND
6
PUZZLE ROUND
7
RAPID FIRE

Quiz started with the Head of School, Mrs. Novita Chopra and Head of Academics, Mrs. Sumana Dutta wishing children good luck. As the quiz progressed, the enthusiasm and excitement of all the students doubled up and led the event to success!

All the participating teams came up with good answers during the quiz and enjoyed every round.


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19th July 2013 - Scholastic Book Fair

Books are a mirror of one’s soul which enrich the mind and soothe the heart. Sachdeva Global School organized Scholastic book fair on 20th July for elementary classes and on 27th July for Senior classes. The books were displayed 2 days before the actual ‘Book fair’ event. The students were given the chance to browse the books of different disciplines of Education. Fiction saw the greatest takers. The aim was to inculcate reading habits among students.

The children enjoyed the fair and picked books varying from science to spooky stories from fictions to facts. Teachers helped the children in selecting the books. A lucky draw was also organized by the Scholastic group for book lovers. It saw an overwhelming response from students and parents who had come to attend the PTM.

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19th July 2013 - Nelson Mandela Day Assembly

Nelson Mandela Day is an Annual International Day in honour of Nelson Mandela, celebrated each 18th of July on Mandela’s birthday. Nelson Mandela is a South African – apartheid revolutionary and politician who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. His government focused on dismantling the legacy of apartheid through tackling institutionalized racism, poverty and inequality and fostering racial reconciliation.

To honour the legacy and values of Mandela, Class IX-A conducted an assembly on 19th July, where students threw light on his life and his thoughts and conveyed how a single individual could transform the world and made an impact.

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17th July 2013 - Inter House Volleyball Final

SGS Inter House Volleyball Competition final 2013 was played on Wednesday, 17th July 2013.

During the preceding week number of matches were played between the House teams. Students enjoyed and learned a number of skills as well.

Harmony House pulled maximum points to beat three other houses.

Pride House came IInd while, Glory House was adjudged IIIrd.

The winners of the competition are as follows:
NAME OF THE HOUSE POSITION
Harmony House IST
Pride House IIND
Glory House IIIRD
Peace House IVTH




16th July 2013 – Mock Drill for Fire and Life Safety

A Mock Drill for fire and safety was held on 16th July 2013, at 11:00 a.m. as directed by the Public Grievance Commission.

The Mock Drill was very informative, specially for the students. The school had invited a few officials from the Fire Safety Department for a general training on using fire equipments and steps to be taken at the time of fire or any other emergency.

The purpose of this Mock Drill was to make the students practice for safe and quick evacuation of the premises in the event of a fire or other emergencies.

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16th July 2013 – Assembly Rainy Season

Students of class I–D presented an assembly on 16th July 2013, on the topic ‘Rainy Season’.

Some students spoke about the importance of this season. The benefits, clothes we wear, weather conditions and advantages to our environment. A rhyme was also presented by the students on the theme “Can you hear the rain”. The students also presented a dance performance on the song ‘Abke sawaan aise barse’. The students were dressed beautifully along with their vibrant umbrellas they set the mood of the Rainy Season.

It was followed by the ‘Thought of the day’ and Joke, also distribution of certificates for the event, ‘Hindi Kavita Pratiyogita’ which was held on 14th May 2013. The students participated with lot of confidence and enthusiasm. Their efforts were praised by the head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra.

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12th July 2013 – World Population Day

To commemorate World Population Day which is celebrated on 11th July 2013. The students of VIII – B conducted an assembly on 12th July 2013 focusing on issue of over population.

The assembly aimed at making the children aware about the causes and effects of the increasing population, supporting it with facts and figures. A poem based on the same theme sensitized the students towards the same. It was an informative assembly which raised the awareness of student’s community towards this burning issue.

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12th July 2013 - ‘Jingle Time’ Competition

  • Sabse Aage Natraj Pencil
  • Mango Fruity Fresh ‘n’ Juicy
  • Kuch Meetha ho Jaaye.
The consumer able products play a very important role in our day to day life. The children of Blooms showcased various products like milk, chocolate, pencil, paste, soap, looks, honey, etc along with appropriate costume and props. The high point of the competition was the peppy and catchy original taglines recited by the children. The competition was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.

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11th July 2013 - Astronomy Club Workshop

Students aspiring to become member of Astronomy Club of Sachdeva Global School attended a workshop conducted by Antriksh Education on ISS Earth Kam which is a NASA sponsored program started in 1996. This program allows student of middle school to request high-quality photographs of their planet taken from the Space Shuttle and International Space Station. Since its creation, thousands of photographs of Earth have been taken by digital cameras on select space flights and the International Space Station. The digitized images are transmitted from orbit via a TDRSS Ku band satellite link to Johnson Space Center Mission Control.

Each student participating in this mega event was given two codes to request the photograph of his / her selected location. Students also sent messages and best wishes to the astronauts. The students felt excited and elated to be able to connect to the international community in this novel way.

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8th July 2013 – Van Mahotsav

Class I-C presented an assembly on 8th July 2013 on the topic ‘Van Mahotsav’. Some students spoke about the importance of Van Mahotsav and need of planting trees to protect our environment. A rhyme was also presented by the students on the theme ‘Go Green’. It was followed by the ‘Thought of the day’. The students participated enthusiastically and their efforts were appreciated by the head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra.

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5th July 2013 – Science Model Making

Students of SGS showcased their scientific skills and their inventive spirit by participating in Inter School Model Making Competition held at MRV Model School. The topic for Senior Group (XI – XII) was “Disaster Management” and for Junior Group (IX - X) “Energy Conservation”. Student brought laurels to the school by winning second position in senior group and third position in junior group. Name of the students are as follows.

NAME CLASS POSITION
ABHISHEK MAAN XI SECOND
SHIVA KUMAR XI SECOND
VIKAS SHARMA XI SECOND
YOGESH KUMAR XI SECOND
KARTIK KAUL IX THIRD
RIYA IX THIRD
RAHUL IX THIRD
SHIVAM GUPTA IX THIRD



4th July 2013 – Concept of ‘AIR’

The students of classes Blooms explored the concept of ‘AIR’ and its properties. The teacher instructed the children to keep their hand under the nose and breathe out the air. This was continued keeping their hands in front of their mouth and blowing the air out. Concept was further explained by switching ‘off’ and ‘on’ the classroom fans.

Finally the surprise was out and they were excited to see the bright colour of balloons being distributed amongst them by the teacher. All of them were trying their best to blow the ‘air’ in the balloons and make it as big as possible. This activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students and they learnt the concept of ‘Air’ in an informal – play way method.

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1st July 2013 - Balloon Bursting Activity

Smiles, yawns and tears as kids return to school after summer vacations. It was the first day of school for children of Kindergarten after a long summer break.

A balloon bursting activity was conducted in the classes as a ‘welcome back’, activity for kids. Through this activity, recognition of letter ‘b’ also took place. Thus informal learning was done through playway method. It was an interesting activity and the children had great fun.

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June 2013 - Paryavaran Mitra Puraskar 2013 (Best Student Award)

Thinking is easy, acting is difficult and to put one’s thoughts into action is the most difficult thing in the world

We are glad to announce that our school is selected for Paryavaran Mitra Young Leader for Change initiative 2013 by CSE, which is a nationwide initiative to create a network of young leader from schools across the country, who have the awareness, knowledge, commitment and potential to meet the challenges of environmental sustainability in their own spheres of influence. An action plan on waste segregation was submitted by the student of class X, S. Padmashree and she is declared eligible for Paryavaran Mitra Puraskar 2013 - Best Student Award.



28th June 2013 – Introduction to the world of counseling and its relevance in school settings

A workshop for the teachers was conducted by the school counselor on 28th June 2013. The workshop began with an icebreaker called ‘Fact or fiction?’ This was done by asking everyone to write on a piece of paper three things about themselves which may not be known to the others participants. Two were supposed to be facts and one a fiction. This simple activity was fun, and helped the group get to know more about each other. Then Ms. Susanna talked about what counseling is and what it involves, which is knowledge of self, including attitudes, values, and feelings and the ability to recognize how and what factors affect oneself. She also emphasized on the fact that a prime factor of counseling was goodwill which is the desire to work on behalf of clients in a constructive way that ethically promotes independence. Then she introduced the concept of school counseling and how it encompasses working with students individually or in groups, working with teachers and administrators, and also with education agencies, social services, and businesses; and partnering with parents to address unique needs of specific children.

The next aspect the counselor introduced was the vital role of ethics in counseling. Firstly, she talked about confidentiality and privacy of the personal life of a child/parent/client that must be kept at all costs. The counselor and teachers in a school must inculcate a culture of mutual respect, where an individual is respected for his/her uniqueness. This was followed by interactive sessions of role plays to understand the ill effects of labeling a child. A discussion followed where the teachers who were labeled spoke about what emotions they felt. After this the counselor took the time of driving home the point of labeling, where the need to focus on the why the child behaves inappropriately is the main point rather than the child being labeled as ‘bad’, ‘undisciplined’, or ‘naughty’. She emphasized the point that tags or labels have a snow-ball effect, re-affirm the problem even more, kill self-esteem and confidence, and have life-long effects. After this intense session the counselor introduced a game for teachers where they were given a balloon and a pin. The game instruction was that they had to blow their balloon and hold it in one hand and hold the pin in the other. After everyone was ready, they had to protect their balloon and break the other participants’ balloons. The lesson behind the game was that the balloon represented one’s ego and the pin was the tiny situation or action or word that was enough to hurt another’s ego. The counselor encouraged and motivated the teachers to work as a team and to be sensitive and caring towards the feelings of their colleagues and other staff so as to increase productivity and team spirit.

Finally the counselor talked about the topic of teachers being role models and mentors. To begin this topic, she engaged the teachers in a discussion about going down the memory lane to describe about one teacher who influenced them positively in life and one negatively. A time of nostalgic revelations followed where every teacher re-lived their school days. The speaker then emphasized that it is the duty and responsibility of a teacher to maintain professionalism in his/her conduct and general demeanor. The fact that even as a teacher respect must be commanded from the students and every teacher has an audience that is always watching him/her constantly. The workshop ended on a high note where a video from the movie “To sir with love” was shown. This true story of an inspiring teacher epitomizes the role of an empathetic teacher who finally wins over his students and makes them better human beings. This workshop set the right tempo and drive to begin the new academic semester.



27th June 2013 - Classroom Management Workshop

A very interactive and influential workshop was taken by Mr. Bhavesh Suryakant on the importance of effective classroom management which is a very important aspect of teaching. He started the session by showing a cartoon clipping which emphazied on the patience the teacher should have despite the everyday challenges they face in the classroom. He then discussed the three main qualities of the educator that is Heart, Passion and Desire to succeed. He also focussed on the fact that effective teaching lies in creating basic routines among students. He provided various techniques to deal with disruptive behaviours. At the end, an inventory was given to the teachers to evaluate their own personalities. It was an enriching and enlighting in-service training for the teachers.

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24th June 2013 – Workshop on Vedic Mathematics

A three day workshop on Vedic Mathematics was organised by Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka for the in-service teachers of both S.G.S. and Queen’s Valley School, Dwarka. The resource person for the workshop was Ms. Reena Narang, who guided the teachers with superfast methods of complex calculations in fractions of seconds.

She aided the teachers with systematic, simplified and unified methodologies of calculations which are far more simpler and faster than the conventional system and help solving problems with ease and accuracy.

Topics like ‘All from 9 and last from 10’, ‘Squaring of numbers using base method, finding square and cube roots, speed division by 9, 2 and 3 digit multiplication by criss cross method proved to be a great help to the teachers in making students improve their skills in calculations. Apart from it multiplication by series of 1, 3, 6, 9 and magic squares were a great fun to learn.

It was an interactive and informative session which aided the teachers to the fullest and assisted them to acquire the intricacies of mathematical operations, which when transformed to the students, will empower them to face any challenging situation or problem.

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24th June 2013 - Feedback on Robotronics Workshop

An interesting Robotronics training workshop for teachers was organized by Mr. Krishan on 24th June, 2013. This workshop focussed on designing different types of electronic sensors and circuits and using them in making manual or autonomous robots. Mr. Krishan explained that the basics of Robotics is about designing computer controlled machines that are programmed to move, manipulate objects and work while interacting with their environment. The teachers were also informed about the functioning of gear system and levels of making robots using different methods. It was an informative workshop and covered all the aspects of wired controlled robotics and wireless robotics using Robo Grammer Software.

The teachers who attended this training programme were Mrs. Geetika Pandey, Ms. Jaity Kautilya, Mrs. Nidhi Sharma and Mrs. Seema Solanki.

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22nd June 2013 - Life Skills Workshop

Sachdeva Global School has entered into a partnership with the PROMISE group who gave an inspiring life skills workshop conducted by Mr. Lokesh N. Darira and Mr. Kamaljeet Singh for all the teachers. The topic they brought alive in this interactive workshop was how to develop, “Innovative Teaching Techniques”. Their main aim was to enable the teachers to empower their students with their acquired life skills. Mr. Lokesh, the main speaker started with an important fact that seventy-five percent of a child’s personality is formed by 13-14 years. Many techniques were influenced by what the author ‘Dale Carnegie’ has followed in his books. The speaker said that the teachers who smile at the beginning of their classes tend to teach, manage and sell better. He practically asked teachers to motivate shy students to smile more to help them overcome their anxiety in public. He also emphasized upon the fact that for a speaker, the first seven seconds are crucial in connecting to any audience as a speaker in front of a group. Mr. Lokesh encouraged the teachers to create a class culture, where techniques like ‘one more time’, ‘double clap’, and ‘left arm’, etc. could be inculcated. The speaker also talked about learning is a social activity where 40% of the matter can be assimilated by the students if teachers are innovative with the layout of their lesson plans and they are more physically agile in the classroom.

The speaker challenged the teachers to move out of their comfort zones and be more creative in the way they teach their students. He brought out the concept of ‘charisma triangle’ where if a person is one who smile more, is cool, calm and contained, he/she can transform himself/herself into a charismatic leader. He also highlighted the fact that as a teacher and as a charismatic leader one must never use foul language or physically abuse another individual. Students should come to school for the right reasons he highlighted. The concept of each individual being incredible was asserted and a task was given for every teacher. The speaker motivated the teachers that after they get ready every morning to say “I am incredible and incredible things will happen to me today”. This self-motivation technique played a role in the success of the speaker’s life as per his testimony.

The other concept that Mr. Lokesh was about learn, practice, teach. The three phases in which a teacher can more than double her pupils learning capacity in class. He also gave some techniques on public speaking- ABC (audience, body language, content) and TIS (topic, importance and speaker). Using these techniques a surprise activity was conducted by Mr. Kamaljeet Singh where a few teachers who got simple topics were given the opportunity to speak about it using these techniques. Overall it was a very motivating workshop where many useful techniques and skills were imbibed. The teachers were oriented to the life skill training and made aware of the upcoming life skill workshops for classes III to XII. Thus, with an open and inspired mindset the workshop ended with renewed energy and vigor.

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21st June - 2013 - Workshop on Story Telling

With the vision of “making a positive change in society by using storytelling as a tool of culture and learning”; the Academic Head, Mrs. Sumana Dutta took an extensive session with the teachers of classes Buds to II. The workshop aimed at motivating the teachers to take up storytelling professionally as well as add entertainment value by using it as an art form.

The workshop began with the teachers revisiting their childhood memoirs of the bedtime or school story telling sessions. The sketches drawn by the teachers of their favourite story were shuffled and redistributed. Each participant had to arrive at the name of the story by looking at the illustration and taking positive help by the illustrator herself.

The importance of body language and voice modulation in story telling was drawn out by various activities. Soon, all the teachers were geared up for the final session, but, before that, Sumana Ma’am herself narrated a beautiful story, which was full of emotions, expressions and voice modulation. During this session, teachers could relate to the story emotionally. They were then made to illustrate the part of the story which appealed to them the most. Sharing of understanding was done. This session helped the teachers understand and appreciate the essentials to be a great story teller and the ingredients for an amazing story narration session.

Finally, it was time when the teachers were divided into two groups and given a task of creating a story, developing it and enacting it out. This activity saw a great deal of energy, emotions and creativity.

By the end of the day-long workshop, teachers had a sense of discovery of their own creative abilities and they were inspired to use them in their day-to-day teaching effectively.

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(21st -22nd) June 2013 – Workshop on Teachnext Software

SGS runs a smart class in every classroom in partnership with “Teachnext”. A workshop for teachers was organized on (21st -22nd) June 2013 to update the teachers about the latest changes that have been incorporated in the software and contents to make it more effective for students.

Interactive faculty-wise sessions were organized where the teachers discussed their queries and put forth suggestions for betterment. The resource person from Teachnext in turn updated the teachers about content that has been added recently.

It was one more step of SGS towards striving for excellence.

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20th June 2013 – Workshop for Teachers on Class Management

A very interesting and in-depth talk was given by Mrs. Anu Singh, on the challenges teachers have to face in a school/classroom environment. She began with a tea cup analogy where she said in order to learn new things one needs to unlearn certain things, just like a cup of tea that is full cannot be filled further. As per studies, children come with pre-recorded messages of 24,000 on an average and they tend to behave in a manner they are familiar with at home. She also mentioned that parents often unrealistically expect a teacher to have a magical wand that will transform their child into someone like “Einstein” and the likes of him. It is the duty of every teacher to remind the parent that she needs a reasonable amount of time and cooperation from the parents to bring about any transformation in children.

She also highlighted the fact kids tend to differ in the way they behave at home from the way they do in school. Many children expect the same attention they receive at home even in a classroom setting which leads to behavioral problems. The fact that parents tend to be pushy with their children in today’s competitive world was highlighted. Parents need to be encouraged to trust the teachers and their ways of teaching as a professional. She also stressed on the fact that every child has a unique personality and an in-built disposition to react to different life situations. Teachers need to be sensitive to that and try and bring out the best in the child.

A child’s IQ is always not related to his/her academic performance only. As teachers we need to be sensitive not to label children. As educationists we need to focus on the main problem/issue rather than on the symptoms. Mrs. Singh gave the example of polarized parents from the movie- “Taare Zameen Par”. Many times without us realizing children come with a lot of emotional baggage and thereby it makes the kids act those frustrations out in the class. She impressed upon the fact that respect starts at home and parents need to be role models for their children, so they can imbibe respect for their elders at an early age.

She also brought to light the fact that in today’s world “the tuition-culture” devalues the efforts of the teachers in school. School is becoming a place to have fun, making attention span of children dip lower. These parallel classes create more issues or problems in the school setting. Teachers were urged to take time to know their students. Discipline in a child needs to be inculcated. She also advocated the fact that a teacher must make clear lines with regards to a teacher-student relationship. Abusive language must be discouraged. The need to sensitize parents about the effects of media exposure on a child was emphasized. There is a great requirement to boost teaching of life skills to students these days.

Overall, she motivated all the teachers to be insightful about their own selves first and learn to be more empathetic towards their students.

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20th June 2013 - Workshop on Team Building

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka, kick started the new session by conducting a special workshop on 20 June 2013, for teachers that focussed on Team building. The workshop also worked as an ice breaker for teachers who have joined the school in the current session. It provided a platform for teachers to interact and get to know their colleagues better.

The workshop was spearheaded by the head of our school, Mrs. Novita Chopra. It was an interactive session involving both group and individual activities. The session commenced on a light note with a fun introductory activity; what does your Ringtone say about you? The workshop consisted of various activities such as observation skills activity; this involved teachers to fill a questionnaire related to their immediate surroundings. There was another interesting activity that focussed on communication skills. It gauged the perception and understanding of teachers vis a vis what is being communicated. The Three word describer activity tested the mutual understanding of teachers and how well they know each other. In this activity each teacher wrote three words describing self and members of another group had to guess which description corresponds to whom.

The focus of these activities was not only to enhance teacher’s mutual understanding but also to bring home the importance of good team dynamics and how it impacts the work culture and overall efficiency of an organization.

In this context, certain activities also focussed on the importance of effective communication and the need to bridge the gap between information, perception and actual understanding. Good communication plays a pivotal role in the success of any organization and is essential for effective team work. To illustrate this point, an activity was conducted where few teachers were required to close their eyes and make a triangle by folding a paper as per the instructions given. In the end they were asked unfold the paper and it was discovered even though all of them were given the same instruction each one of them had folded the sheet in a different manner to make a triangle.

Mrs. Chopra also emphasised on how such activities help in establishing a stronger bond between co-workers which in turn increases collaboration among them during daily activities. It was an informative yet fun workshop that made us all realize the criticality of team efforts for individual and organizational growth.

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May 2013 - CBSE FEEDBACK

Congratulations to the management, staff & students of SGS – CBSE has placed the school under ‘GOOD’ (highest) category in their feedback of the, “Analysis of evidence of assessment of class X, 2012-13.”

As per the report, Quote “School has conducted the formative assessment with challenging tasks. All the activities done under co-scholastic areas are very good.” Unquote. School is preparing students for life keeping pace with the world, the international exchange of ideas, sets the school distinctively apart as an educational establishment beyond comparison. SGS will enable the students to realize their dreams and reach perfection!



14th May 2013 - KAVITA PRATIYOGITA : PRAKRITI

Hindi kavita pratiyogita was held on 14 May 2013 for the students of Class – I. The theme of the competition was ‘Prakriti’. The students were well prepared with the props and the costumes related to their presentation. Some of the students were dressed up vibrantly with innovative props. The confidence level of the students was very high. This competition gave them the opportunity to showcase their talents.

The winners of the competition are as follows:

CLASS
I-A
CLASS
I-B
CLAS
I-C
CLASS
I-D
POSITION
YASHAS JAIN
HARIAKSH KHER
ARCHINI,
YASH
VANYA RANA
IST
LOVELY SINGLA, TEJAS MAHAJAN
ANDARSH, PRINCE
KANAV DOBHAL
SHRANYA MITTAL
2ND
AAKRITI BHARGAVA
JANHAVI
NEENV MIMANI
DHRUV SINHA
3RD

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10th May 2013 - International Family Day

Students of class – I-B presented an assembly on 10 May 2013, on the topic ‘International Family Day’.

“Love overflows and joy never ends in a home that is blessed with family and friends.”

The students spoke about different family members and their unique roles which bonds the family as a circle of strength and love. Some students sang a melodious song to describe the special relationship between the family members. It was followed by the ‘Thought of the day’, and distribution of certificates for the event, ‘War on Waste’ which was held on 29 April 2013. The entire class participated in the assembly and efforts of the students were praised by the head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra.

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09th MAY 2013 - CONFLUENCE 2013 – A GLOBAL PANORAMA

With the thought of bringing young minds together on one platform, Sachdeva Global School organized ‘CONFLUENCE 2013 – AGLOBAL PANORAMA’, an Inter School Festival to relish and cherish the expressions of students from classes Nursery to XI, on 09 May 2013.The theme of the fest was ‘ENVIRONMENT – A GLOBAL CONCERN’.

The competition provided a forum for the creative indulgence of the students and an opportunity to showcase the multitude of talent in the youngsters of today. A panel of qualified professionals was invited to judge the events in a free and fair manner.

The event was inaugurated by the Chief Guests of the day, Mr Anil Sachdeva, Vice Chairman, SGS and MrsKiranGambhir, Advisor, Sachdeva Group of institutions along with the Head of the School, MrsNovita Chopra. A welcome dance, yoga performance and a rock concert by the SGS students set the mood of the day.

Diverse competitions for varied age groups were organized, which ranged from Fancy dress Competition for Pre- Nursery and Pre –Primary to Dress Designing Competition for the Senior School students. Piano Competition, Choreography, Dramatics Competition, Declamation, Robotics Challenge, Website designing, Gaming….. it was a true extravaganza!!!

20 schools from Dwarka and West Delhi participated in this gala event. The prizes and trophies were given away at the Closing ceremony by the chief guests. The overall winner school was given, newly launched HCL Tablet.The event was a grand success and proved once again that at Sachdeva Global School, “Excellence has no limits”!!

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29th April 2013 - Best Out of Waste (Theme-Mother Earth)

As part of the theme of the month “Mother Earth”, “Best out of waste” activity was organized on 29 April 2013 for the students of classes I and II. Students were asked to bring waste material from home and make different items of utility or decoration out of these. Children enjoyed the activity and actively participated in it. They created varied items like pen stands, bangle stands, and show pieces by using their own creativity and art skills.

The event was a good learning experience for all the students and inculcated in them a learning of reusing and recycling old and used materials.



29th April 2013 - Fancy Dress Competition

Theme – Nature

“Our task must be to free Ourselves by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and its Beauty”.

The students of classes ‘BUDS’ and ‘BLOOMS’ showcased their talent through enactment on various aspects of nature like water, flowers, trees, clouds etc. Through this activity children spoke about the importance of nature and how to conserve it. Summing up the essence that we need to create a world where we can live in harmony with nature. It’s true to the core that one touch of Mother Nature makes the whole world kin.

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20th April 2013 - IIT open house 2013

Students of Sachdeva Global School visited premier Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, during the ninth edition of the i2Tech Open House on Saturday.

On display at the i2Tech 2013 Open House were innovative projects like sensor-chips to detect pesticide residue in milk, earthquake safety of precious and delicate household items, and drainage master plan of NCT in Geographic Information System (GIS), among others.

A live display of ground-breaking research projects, developed by students, staff and faculty and a tour of on-campus laboratories were some of the highlights of the exhibition. It was a great learning experience for the students.



20TH APRIL 2013 - WORKSHOP ON GENERAL PARENTING AND HEALTH CONCERN

An interactive parent workshop on ‘General Parenting and Health Concerns’ was conducted on 20 April 2013 at Sachdeva Global School for the classes Buds – III. A renowned child counselor Ms. Bandana from FORTIS, VasantKunj conducted the session. While there is no single definition or correct method of good parenting, she provided valuable parenting tips that could go a long way in ensuring the happiness of a child. The session included lot of queries of parents and useful suggestions from Ms. Bandana. The workshop proved to be an effective brainstorming session for good parenting.

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19th April 2013 - Ram Navami (Class-IIC)

The students of class II C presented a special assembly on the theme Ram Navami on 19th April 2013. This festival commemorates the birth of Sri Rama who is remembered for his prosperous and righteous reign. The student’s emphphasized the importance of the day in this assembly. An introduction about the significance of this celebration was given by the students. Students danced on a melodious song joyfully offering a prayer to Lord Rama. Three students dressed in the attire of Rama, Sita and Laxmana performed on the stage. Everybody thoroughly enjoyed the extremely thoughtful initiative of the students.

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(18th – 21st) April 2013 - 40th Delhi State Skating Championship

The students of Sachdeva Global School performed extremely well.

S.NO NAME CLASS POSITION
1 TUSHAR SEHRAWAT VI A II, II, III
2 GEETANSHU SARASWATI VI B II & III
3 NAVLATA PAL V B  
4 SHUBHAM SINGH X A II, II , III
5 SOURAV SANGWAN VI II
6 BALRAM GAHLOT VIII II , III
7 MANUJ GAHLOT III B II, III

Total participants : 300
School participated : 39
Medals – Silver : 8
Bronze : 5
Total medals : 13




18th April 2013 – Meet Me

A wide range of personality development activities are organized to explore the talents of the children.

In an Endeavour towards grooming of students to inculcate the quality of self confidence, the classes of buds did an activity ‘MEET ME’ where all the children poke a few lines on themselves. This activity helps the child in enhancing and developing his social skills, interpersonal skills and adjustment skills. Conducting such an event blooms the personality of our children and enable them to take on the world stage.

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17th April 2013 – Inter House Throw ball Match

Sports play a vital role in the development of mental strength and physical fitness of the body. Being a student, one gets tired of daily routine, hectic work and need recreation as well, which is best attained in the form of sports.

To stress on the significance of the sports in students life, SGS has taken an initiative to organize inter house competitions that encourage students to come forward and participate actively in various games and sports events.

During the inter house competitions 2013-14, the various events organized will include throwball, skating, volleyball, table tennis, basketball, taekwondo etc.

The participation level in the Throwball Match event conducted on 17th April 2013 witnessed immense turn over. The participants were categorized into two categories. Senior and Junior, representing Peace House and Harmony House. The Head of the School, Mrs. Novita Chopra declared the match open. All the participants were equally supported, encouraged and motivated by a group of enthusiastic audience cheering for their houses.

Both the teams displayed sportsmanship. The result of the games were as follows:-

Harmony vs Peace
(Senior Group) – Harmony won by 2-1

Harmony vs Peace
(Junior Group) – Harmony won by 1-0

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16th April 2013 – Assembly on Baisakhi

Class II B presented an assembly on Tuesday, 16th April 2013 on the topic “Baisakhi”. Twelve students spoke about the importance of the festival and the celebrations held. One dance performance was presented by the students. The students performed enthusiastically. The entire class participated in the assembly. The vivacious attempt of the students was commendable.



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16th April 2013 - Blow Painting

Art activities are an expression of the ‘Self’ even in small children – drawing and painting serves this purpose.

To promote observation, visual and sensory perception and better eye - hand co-ordination, the classes of buds did a group activity of blow- painting. Children blew air through the straw on a sheet, which had various colours on it. The children were happily engaged and thrilled to see the colours and patterns made. This activity gave them, the joy of creating things with their own hands and evokes a sense of pride and achievement in them.

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16th April 2013 – Career Counseling Workshop

Career Counseling plays a vital role in helping students to make the right choice. A career counseling workshop was held in Sachdeva Global School on 16th April 2013 for student of class IX – XII. The workshop was conducted by Ms. Aditya Bhardwaj, a renowned career counseller. He created awareness among students about various professions by telling them about different institutions and career options. The basic aim of the workshop was to make students understand the importance of one’s academic potential, attributes, personality, strength and weaknesses. The workshop was very interactive, which helped the students in clarifying their doubts.

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12th April 2013 - Mother Earth

An activity was conducted by the children of Blooms based on the theme “Mother Nature”, where they made a collage.

A cutout of a tree was given to the children and they pasted crushed newspaper balls to form the leaves of the tree. After this activity the importance of why we need to plant more trees was discussed with the children, thereby telling the children how we as individuals, can contribute towards the environment.





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12th April 2013 – Trip to National Museum

The vivid hues of Indian Heritage were implored by the students of SGS on Friday, 12th April 2013 under the combined initiative of the school & HT Pace. It was an educational tour organised for classes V to VIII. The museum comprised of different galleries which gave them a real life experience of dwelling upon the various aspects of Indian Culture & feel the ecstasy of the historical treasure. Indian Miniature Paintings, Coin Gallery, Textile & Conservation Museum left everlasting impressions on their mind. The serenity of the inscriptions of Gupta Dynasty & Harappa Civilization captivated their fancies. The tour was an amalgamation of knowledge & entertainment. To the delicacies of Indian Art & Craft, they just had one word “WOW!



11th April 2013 - Visit to National Museum of Natural History

School in collaboration with NIE organized an educational trip to National Museum of Natural History for classes III – V. The trip very informative as well as sensitized students to the cause of conservation of natural surroundings. Students were taken on a tour of the natural beauty and its environment represented picturesquely in the form of preserved specimens of flora and fauna. An informative film was shown to them which focused on environmental issues.

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10th April 2013 - Best out of Waste (Inter House)

Going with the theme of the month, (Mother Earth). SGS conducted an Inter House Competition for the students of classes VI-VIII on Wednesday, 10th April, 2013 wherein students showed their wonderful skills of giving shape to their innovative ideas by using waste material. It aimed at the practicing concept of 3R’s (reduce, reuse & recycle) to preserve the environment. Students made varied items like Robots, pen holder, dresses, models and many more. Their earnest efforts were acknowledged in the following assembly on Friday, 12th April 2013where the winners were applauded and given away the certificates.

GROUP NAME CLASS HOUSE POSITION
5
MAYANK SARASWATI
VI
PRIDE
I
MAISHA ISLAM MONAMEE
VI
PRIDE
I
16
KOMAL SOLANKI
VIII
PEACE
I
SHIVANI GUPTA
VIII
PEACE
I
6
PALAK GARG
VIII
GLORY
II
MOKSHA SARASWATI
VIII
GLORY
II
15
SAKSHI
VIII
PEACE
II
ANSHIKA
VIII
PEACE
II
19
ANANYA
VIII
PRIDE
II
AYUSHI
VIII
PRIDE
II
7
GARVIT
VI
PRIDE
III
PRIYANSH GUPTA
VI
PRIDE
III
13
DHRUV MALHOTRA
VIII
PRIDE
III
RIDDHI BHATIA
VIII
PRIDE
III


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10th April 2013 - Workshop on Life Skills

A workshop on ‘life skills’ was conducted by the Promise Group in the school on 10-4-13

The workshop was divided into two halves. In the first half, the theme was ‘Leadership’.

To begin with, a story was enacted to showcase the importance of leadership in one’s life. Afterwards ‘Leadership Tree Activity‘ was done wherein each child wrote qualities of his/her friend, so as to motivate his/her peers.

The second half of the workshop was based on ‘Anger management’.

It began with a small play to make children understand, “what is anger”?

A story was narrated to the children about controlling anger. Some real life situations were also discussed on how anger could effect one’s life and personality.

Children were also taught ways to control anger and a ‘Power Point Presentation‘ was shown, which focused on right and wrong ways to deal with anger. All in all, it was a truly enlightening and beneficial workshop for the children.

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9th April 2013 – Visit to Robotics Lab, IIT Delhi

An educational trip to IIT, Delhi was organized by SGS on 9th April 2013 for classes XI – XII. Information about design, construction, operation and application of Robots as well as computer system programming (using C++ language) for control, sensory feedback and information processing was given to students. It was a highly informative trip which motivated students to look at Engineering as a lucrative profession and be a part of premiere institutes like IITs.

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8th April 2013 - Assembly ‘My School’

Class IIA presented an assembly on 8th April 13 on the topic ‘My School”. The students spoke about the infrastructure and various facilities provided by the school. They spoke about our Principal and hard working teachers. They also recited a poem related to the topic. The entire class participated in the assembly. This activity not only enhanced the confidence of children but also made them more aware of their surroundings.

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08TH APRIL 2013 –MOCK DRILL ON FIRE

“MOCK DRILL’ for fire and life safety was conducted in the school on 8th April 2013 at 1:30 p.m. Emergency hooter was sounded and students were guided to evacuate the building as fast as possible with clearly designated assembly points and exit routes for all classes. Teachers head counted their respective class students and ensured that students stand in proper lines without any noise or panic.

As a part of the drill small fire was also lighted and the school security officer demonstrated various types of fire extinguishers for solid, electric and chemical fire.

Students were given live ‘demo’ of using the fire extinguishers and were also educated about the chemicals used in the extinguishers.

It was very knowledgeable and well planned and executed drill.

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6th April 2013 - Physical Fitness Workshop (Class II)

Physical fitness is a perquisite to mental activity’. Believing in this mantra, Sachdeva Global School had planned a demo workshop in collaboration with ‘Jump Bunch’ – a premiere physical education and sports specialization company on 6th April 2013. Parents of students of classes II A, B and C were invited along with their wards to attend this unique interactive workshop. Professional trainers exhibited and explained the benefits of warm up, exercises, breathing exercises and designed activities for hand-body coordination. Parents and students took part in the various exercises and games displayed by the trainers. Everyone enjoyed a lot and at the same time learnt about the benefits of physical fitness the workshop was a grand success.




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5th April 2013 - Hand Printing Table Mats (Theme-Mother Nature)

Starting the session with the prints of their hands, the kindergarteners of Blooms made their own table mats on the theme ‘Mother Nature’. With the help of this activity they were made to understand how to conserve and preserve Nature. Along with it they were also taken for the Nature walk, exploring different types of flowers and trees.

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4th April 2013 – Workshop on Educational Tour to USA

Keeping pace with the World and preparing students for life, sets the school distinctively apart as an educational establishment beyond compare.

A workshop on educational tour to USA was organized by INIZIO EOUTECH PVT. LTD, for the students of classes VI-X. The workshop was aimed at visualizing the opportunity for students to gain knowledge under eminent experts of NASA, MIT, Harvard and Broadway. This 12-day experience is an educational, inspiring and exciting opportunity for student to build management skills, enhance leadership qualities and learn about various space activities. International exposure of this magnitude will be a stepping stone in the student’s career.

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02ND APRIL 2013 –FIRST DAY IN SCHOOL

‘Well begun is half done’

True to its saying the blossoms of Buds and Blooms stepped in to the learning world with lots of excitement & enthusiasm. The day started with the familiarization exercise where the children along with the parents and teachers went around the school. Teachers conducted an Assembly to welcome the children to the new class by presenting a welcome song followed by a puppet show highlighting the moral value of ‘strength in unity’ : To help them in adjusting with the new environment they were shown a movie, taken to the swing park and had fun with colouring on drawing sheets.

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30TH MARCH 2013 -ORIENTATION PROGRAMME

SGS organized ‘Orientation Programme’ for the parents of kindergarten students. The event witnessed the presence of parents and their kids in great numbers. The motive of the programme was to familiarize the parent with school infrastructure and its culture. While the parents attended the Orientation Programme, their tiny tots enjoyed the fun-filled activities in the activity rooms.

The parents were acquainted with the teaching methodologies and its well-trained teaching faculty. Chairman Sir Mr. S.K. Sachdeva, Vice-Chairman Mr. Anil Sachdeva and Principal of Queen’s Valley School, Mrs. Namita Sharma graced the occasion with their presence.

Mr. Anil Sachdeva addressed the audience and focused on the joint partnership of parents and the school, in nurturing their child’s holistic development. Mrs. Novita Chopra, Head of the school assured the parents that their children are in safe hands and the teachers will leave no stone unturned to groom their ward into a ‘True Globalite’.

It was followed by a skit presented by primary teachers focusing on uniqueness of every child. The highlight of the event was the interactive session taken by the renowned counselor Mr. Jitin Chawla, who gave parenting, tips in a very interesting, interactive and playful manner.

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16TH MARCH 2013 -KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION DAY

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka, organised a ‘Graduation Day Ceremony’ for the kids of blooms(UKG) A-F on Saturday,16th march 2012. Mr. Anil Sachdeva, Vice Chairman of the school was the honourable chief guest of the function. The programme commenced with the lighting of lamp followed by motivational speech of Mr. Anil Sachdeva and Head of the School Mrs. Novita Chopra, wherein they congratulated the young graduates and their parents. The theme of the programme was ‘We Are the World’, where the toddlers took the parents to a world tour by giving them glimpses of different parts of the world.

The programme begins with the beautiful ‘Arabian Dance’ followed by ‘Disney’, ‘Chinese’, ‘Hawaian’ and ‘Japnese Dance’. The toddlers of junior classes displayed their flair in dance and music. ‘Fashion Show’ from Europe proved to be a great entertainer, wherein the little ones danced to the beats of music and were dressed as Barbie, Supper Man, Hannah-Montana etc. They were appreciated by one and all.

After the finale, the young graduates, dressed up in their blue coloured graduation robes were facilitated by Mr. Anil Sachdeva, who gave away certificates to the young achievers. The young graduates displayed their success and happiness by throwing their caps high. It was a grand and glorious day for all!

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15THMARCH 2013 - ASSEMBLY ON HOLI

Holi is the festival of colours which is celebrated with enthusiasm in the month of ‘Phalgun’. The students of class I performed an assembly on the theme ‘Holi’. They spoke about the importance of holi festival. Then they presented on beautiful dance performance on the holi song. They concluded the assembly by wishing ‘happy holi’ to one and all present in the assembly.

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15TH MARCH 2013 - SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON HOLI

A Special Assembly was conducted on ‘Holi’ by students of classes III A and B.

To start the day on an auspicious note, Suhani and Kritik of class III-B greeted head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra and respectable academic head Mrs. SumannaDutta with traditional ‘Tilak’. This was followed by a ‘speech’ by Vanshika of class III-B to enlighten us about the festival of Holi. After the speech, children of class III A and B presented a ‘play’ on Holi. In the play, children went on to give a message to everyone on playing ‘safe and healthy’ holi. The play was enjoyed by one and all. Followed by this, children presented a poem to grace the occasion which was appreciated by everyone. Last but not the least, children of classes III A and B presented a wonderful ‘dance’ performance which entertained and brought a smile on everyone’s face.

The assembly conveyed the festival mood ofHoli and was enjoyed by all.

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8th March 2013 - Down the Memory Lane

“Memory is a diary that we all carry about with us”

The children of class Buds-D presented the assembly “Down the Memory Lane”. The children started with an enactment of how they behave on the first day. What all they learnt during the whole session including the academics as well as co-curricular activities. Balloons were released to mark the ending of a very fruitful session and enthusiastic beginning of a new session.

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7TH MARCH 2013 - STORY BOOK READING COMPETITION

A book is a best friend, philosopher and guide. The students of Classes I A, B&C were given story books to read aloud and the students who performed extremely well were given the certificate of appreciation.

I A – AhbeerNarula, VinatBhel, AravSinha, Parth Sharma.

I B- ShouryaTiwari,Vivan Bajaj,Advait.

I C-IshitaGhai,RashiSolanki,UjjwalAgarwalare the proud winners.



2nd March 2013 - Art of Living

“The life of inner peace, being harmonious and without stress, is the easiest type of existence”

In an endeavour to invest in “Everlasting smile and increased, optimism“, a workshop was conducted by ‘Art of Living’ organization for the teachers of SGS on Saturday, 2nd March 2013. It included the powerful breathing techniques and certain exercises for effective stress elimination. A true teacher should be free from anxiety and should be patient and cheerful to help the students cope-up with the hardships of everyday life. The workshop proved to be a de-stressing activity and dealt with the ways of recovery from stressful stimuli. It was a boon for the teachers as it left them peaceful and contented.

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1st March 2013 - Healthy Body Healthy Mind

The Groundwork of all happiness is Health

The students of classes Buds-C, E presented an Assembly on Healthy habits. The assembly was initiated with a thought on keeping healthy. This was followed by students enacting on different rhymes on the theme. They also recited beautiful rhymes which focused on ways to follow a healthy routine and on the importance of healthy eating habits.






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28th February 2013 - Show and Tell Competition

Show and Tell Competition was held on 28th February 2013 in which the students of class Blooms participated. As per the theme the participants brought different props related to the theme – ‘My School / My House’. They talked about laptop, white board and slate under the topic, objects in my school. Few of them spoke about their house and different rooms in it. This competition not only enriched the knowledge base of the children but also enhanced their speaking skills and ‘on stage’ confidence.








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23rd February 2013 - Aashirwad Ceremony

Puja and Hawan was organized for SGS students of classes IX–X to seek the blessings of almighty for their upcoming exams by the CBSE Students came along with their parents and felt energized by the positive energies emanated.

The ceremony ended with students being presented with their Examination Admit Cards and Best of Luck, cards made by the teachers.

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22nd February 2013 - Assembly Our Helpers

An individual cannot perform any task without the help of the community. To show the importance of different professional in our daily life, an Assembly was presented by students of class Buds-B. Students were dressed in different uniforms worn by people who help us. There were doctors, Astronauts, chef, teacher and many other characters showcased on stage. The students also enacted a rhyme to elaborate the topic our community helpers.

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21 February 2013 – Joy of Giving - Trip to Goonj

As part of the social initiatives of the school, a delegation of students and teachers visited Goonj, an NGO committed to social upliftment, at its Head office at Sarita Vihar on 21st February 2013. This delegation carried various articles collected by the school students as donation to the poor and underprivileged.

The visit was able to inculcate 32 brand ambassadors of Class VIII towards the noble cause for which GOONJ is working, a way in which society gives back to society. Some of the simple but effective initiatives taken up by Goonj are:

a). Vastra Samman: Reusing old clothes to solve the problems of poor to some extent.

b). Cloth for work: Turn very old charitable cloth into a resource for development work in Indian villages.

c). Not just a piece of cloth: Providing clean cloth and preventing hygiene problems in women.

d). School to School: Forging long-term strategic relationship between urban and rural schools.

e). Rahat Floods: Collecting relief for people affected by floods.

f). Rahat Winters: Winter campaign for the underprivileged.

g). Recycling: Recycling of used materials using ingenuity.

The exposure to our students for this cause ensured awareness and sensitivity towards requirements of the society. We hope that this endeavour will be a stepping stone towards students’ involvement in social causes.

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20th February 2013 - Inter House Taekwondo Competition

Sachdeva Global School organized Inter House Taekwondo Competition (Classes III – IX) on Wednesday, 20th February 2013. The participants stunned everyone by their Martial Arts. In the Junior Category (Boys), Aryan Patial (V-A) of Glory House emerged victorious and in Senior Category (Boys) Bhuvnesh Sangwan (VIII-A) of Pride House won the final round.

The girls put up equal competition as Nikita Singh of VIII-A of Glory House impressed everyone by winning the Senior Category of Taekwondo (Girls).

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18th February 2013 - Workshop on Medical Emergencies

It is rightly said “Safety First is Safety Always”

With this aim in mind, a workshop on ‘First Aid’ was conducted by CAT Ambulance for the students of Sachdeva Global School. The goal of the workshop was educating students about the necessary life saving skills and techniques. The students learnt how with timely aid, a person’s life can be saved and further aggravation of an injury can be prevented. The various first aid techniques which were taught ore Recovery Position, Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation on and Chocking Management.

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16th February 2013 – Workshop for Teachers

Sachdeva Global School organized a workshop for the Science, Maths and English teachers on Saturday, 16th February 2013. The workshop included the usage of audio visual aid for teaching different concepts to the children. The software provided an interactive manner of teaching learning. The students could test their knowledge through various quizzes and they would also be provided with a detailed result showing the strength and weakness of each and every child. The report card would show the areas / concept, where the child needs to work hard in each chapter. Hence it was a step ahead of the other audio visual software’s, helping the students to cover up in their weak areas.




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15th February 2013 – Special Assembly Basant Panchami

The students of classes BUDS- A and V-A had a special assembly on Basant Panchami. The assembly began with a tribute to Maa Saraswati with ‘Saraswati Vandana’, followed by Gayatri Mantra. The students also enlightened everybody about the festival of Basant Panchami. A poem on Basant Panchami was recited by the children followed by dance performances by BUDS –A and V-A.

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12th February 2013 - Eco Meet cum Exhibition-2013

A team of four students of classes VI - VIII along with Science Teacher, Ms. Megha visited the Annual Eco Meet cum Exhibition which was organized by Govt. of NCT of Delhi on 12th February 2013 at Talkatora Stadium. The Hon’ble Chief Minister – Mrs. Sheila Dikshit, was the chief guest of the annual eco meet.

The exhibition demonstrated various small and big initiatives towards protection of the environment. Stalls were put up by various schools and colleges of Delhi displaying the various eco friendly items, paintings, showcasing the various activities/projects undertaken by them to conserve and protect the environment and disseminated the knowledge to general public by explaining about their activities, initiatives and responsibilities for environment. School children also put up some cultural performances like Dance, Skit, and Street play etc. on environment in order to create awareness and sensitivity. It was exciting for everybody present and also a great learning experience. Students learnt a great deal from the exhibition.

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11th February 2013 – Donation for a social cause

The workshop conducted in the school premises on 11th February 2013 had appealed to the students for voluntary contribution towards patients of Hemophilia.

The students empathized with the cause and a handsome amount of Rs 14300/- was collected and donated to the Hemophilia Federation India.





11th February 2013 - Hemophilia Workshop

A workshop was organized by ‘Hemophilia Federation of India’ for the students of Sachdeva Global School. The workshop aimed to sensitize and spread awareness students amongst about the genetic, life threatening disorder Hemophilia. The students were informed about the symptoms and the treatment of the disease. It was followed by an active question – answer session in which the students not only answered the questions about the disease but also clarified their doubts. To encourage children to participate voluntary in social initiatives. The workshop ended with an appeal for donation for the cause of Hemophilia.

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9th February 2013 - Visit to National Museum & Gallery of Modern Art

Art loving students of classes VI – X were taken to National Museum to see the exhibits displayed by Archaeological Survey of India, titled as ‘Rediscovering India’, which celebrated its 150th Anniversary. Original Artifacts supported by photo blow-ups, graphics etc. were on display in the exhibition. Detailed prospectuses were given to the students. The highlights of the exhibition were the landmark achievements made by ASI in the last 50 years. Students took deep interest in watching the exhibits, which represented the Harappa and Indus Valley civilizations and their history. Students also enjoyed the solo show of the paintings of Amrita Shergill at National Gallery of Modern Art. The show represented the lifelong collection of her paintings in oil colours, water colour, charcoal, wash on paper, acrylic etc.

It was a learning and a fun filled experience for our budding artists.

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8th February 2013 – Importance of Clothes

Students of class Blooms-C presented an Assembly on ‘Importance of Clothes’. Children spoke about clothes worn in different seasons using placards. The importance of the same was depicted by entertaining dance performance wherein students showcased costumes worn in different states. The performance was enjoyed by one and all in the assembly and also strengthened the knowledge base about states of India and related attire.


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07th February 2013 – HT Painting Competition

Painting Competition was organized in collaboration with Hindustan Times for classes III – VIII under two groups. III – V – School Chale Hum (Group A) VI – VIII – When I grow up. I want to become and Right to Education (GroupB). Students took keen interest in participating and painting their feelings and concern for the same. All the students were given certificates of participating and two paintings of our students were selected for the exhibition conducted by Hindustan Times at Dilli Haat.

Gunnika Bhatia – III
Nikita Singh – VIII

All paintings were at sale and the amount collected proceeded towards the cause of educating underprivileged children. Sanjay Bhattacharya; a well know artist took over the ceremony and painted few canvas’s with children.

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7th February 2013 – CAP DECORATION

Kids love decorating things!

The students of classes BUDS enjoyed their day by making interesting caps and decorating them. They were given a paper cutout and were helped by the teacher to form the shape of a cap. Once the paper cap was ready they were allowed to decorate it using attractive material of their choice. This activity showcased their imaginative skills in decorating their respective caps.




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7th February 2013 - Paryavaran Mitra Painting Competition

Painting Competition was organized for classes III – VIII which was categorized in two different groups with the following themes –

Group A - III-V – Energy and Environment
Group B – VI – VIII – Save Fuel Yaani Save Money

Participation in this National Level Painting Competition of petroleum conservation research association provided children an opportunity to express their concern on energy conservation and display their talent.

Students took initiative to create awareness to meet the challenges of environmental sustainability at their spheres of influence. They painted their sheets on how one should use solar cars, electric cars to save fuel and how we can save our future by saving our energy and environment.

Following students were awarded Merit Certificates and their paintings got selected for the Regional and National level.

GROUP A
GROUP B
NAME POSITION NAME POSITION
AADYA VIKRAM SINGH
I
KARAN SEHRAWAT
I
ANIRUDH SHARMA
II
PREETI BHARDWAJ
II
UTKARSH AGGARWAL
III




6th February 2013 – Time Management Workshop

Time and wave never wait for anyone Time Management holds a vital place in the life of every student. Effective management helps them in saving time for studies as well as outdoor activities which in turn helps them to grow physically and mentally.

Time Management workshop was organized in Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka on 6th February 2013, in collaboration with HT Pace, to help the students as they are nearing their exams. Mr. A D Bhatt, speaker, provided students with some effective tips and also told them about the importance of time. He even ensured them that proper utilization of time can help them score better marks and hence a good result altogether.

The workshop served as an eye opener for the students.


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5th February 2013 – HTML Quiz Contest

24 Students from classes VIII - X participated in Quiz contest (HTML-Flash-Photoshop) conducted by Dream zone, school of creative studies.

Our children brought laurels glory to the school by bagging one trophy, 3 silver medals and 4 bronze medals. We are proud of these budding computer specialists:

S. No. Name Class Prize
1 Aakash Sahrma VIII Trophy
2 Subrato Santra VIII  
3 Jayant Kalra VIII Bronze Medal
4 Bhuvnesh Sangwan VIII  
5 Sourav Gahlot VIII Bronze Medal
6 Nikhil Manchanda VIII  
7 Riya VIII  
8 Gurashish Sawhney VIII  
9 Kartik Kaul VIII Silver Medal
10 Adarshika Patial VIII  
11 Preeti Gahlot VIII  
12 Priya Kalra VIII Bronze Medal
13 Sonali Gupta IX  
14 Dinki Daba IX  
15 Noorain Sheikh IX  
16 Arushi IX  
17 Raman Tehlan IX Silver Medal
18 Rahul IX Bronze Medal
19 Satya Prakash IX  
20 Anuj X  
21 Yash Chakravarty X Silver Medal
22 Taksh Sharma X  
23 Nihal Singh X  
24 Prabjot Singh X  




2nd February 2013 - PHYSICAL FITNESS WORKSHOP BY ‘LEAPSTART’

‘Healthy mind rests in a healthy body’.

Physical fitness is a prerequisite to mental ability. In a way to crystalize this into reality, Sachdeva Global School planned a workshop on Saturday, 2nd February 2013, in collaboration with ‘LEAPSTART’- a premiere Physical education and Sports Specialisation Company. Parents of the students of Classes Buds - Blooms were invited to this unique and interactive workshop. Parents alongwith their wards were involved in a special training program, wherein fine motor skills alongwith eye-hand-leg coordination was further strengthened. Games involved playing with pylons, coloured scarfs and parachute, which also enriched the vocabulary of the pupil alongside strengthening their knowledge about colours. The session was indeed a great exposure for students as well as parents to gain knowledge about the importance of structured sports activities in the life of a young learner.

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On 2nd February 2013 – Painting Competition

On the spot painting competition was organized by ‘Hindustan Times’ on 6th December 2012 for classes III – VIII. Students from SGS participated with enthusiasm & zeal.

Two paintings of Gunnika Bhatia (III-A) & Nikita Singh (VIII-A) have been selected by the judges for the next level, wherein the paintings will be exhibited at Delhi Haat on 7th February 2013. The theme for Gunnika’s painting was ‘When I grow up I want to become a ………’ & the theme for Nikita’s painting was ‘Right to Education’.

The final selection will be done in the exhibition, by renowned painters, sponsored by HT, where the best paintings will be awarded. We congratulate both the students and wish them luck for the second level.


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1st February 2013 - Art Teacher’s Meet

Khushboo Bhutani and Preeti Puri (art teachers) attended the Art Teachers’ Meet which was organized in Titiksha Public School, Sector-11, Rohini by Camlin Kukuyo. The workshop emphasized on the importance of art in education and our life. A PPT was shown which showcased that art is the first normal expression of a child and how it helps the child to express his experiences about his life; thus giving him joy. It also increases the child’s power of perception and visualization.

The workshop showed how Child Art is different from Adult Art. Child Art (upto 12 years) develops fine motor skills; and other basic skills like observation, imagination, concentration etc. It even helps in helping ADHD students to calm down. Hence it is important to encourage child artists and acknowledge all. There was a demonstration of the wide range of colours and brushes and other art related material. The workshop was a huge learning experience to the teachers.




31st January 2013 – Video Show

Video Show activity as part of their English Curricular was recently organized for students of class VII. Students eagerly participated in this interesting and engaging activity. The video show dealt with the various facts of television world from news reading to award shows Students did role play for reporters, interviewers, actors, TV host etc. The focus of the activity was on developing speaking, listening and organizational skills in students.

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30th January 2013 – Experiential Learning

A seminar on Experiential Learning organized by Creative Children Media was attended by Maths Teacher on 30th January 2013 at Apparel House, Gurgaon. Experiential learning, as the name suggests, means learning from experiences, observations and interaction. It is an innovative approach into education in which students actively engage in relevant and authentic experiences that reinforce academic lessons or teaching skills. These hands- on experiences deepen understanding and have lasting impact.

To provide more guidance on the topic a discussion was organized by the “Mr. H.O. Gupta (NCERT), Ms. Kadambari (member of British Schools), Ms. Richa Agnihotri (Step by Step School, Noida) and Ms. Katherine Rose (member of creative children media) were a great source of guidance.

According to the experiential learning means - doing and learning. Thus one makes discoveries and experiments with knowledge instead of reading about others’ experiences. Experiential activities are among the most powerful teaching and learning tools available.

In experiential learning individuals are encouraged to involve themselves directly in the experience and then to reflect on their same using analytical skills in order to gain better understanding of the new knowledge and retain the information for a longer time.

Thus a teacher should design more and more of activities keeping the four H’s in mind:

HANDS ON: doing an activity
HEAD ON: brain- storming
HEART ON: enjoyable
HEALTH ON: physical fitness.

The workshop was a huge learning experience for the teacher.




30th January 2013 – Inter House Skating Competition

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

Sachdeva Global School organized an Inter House Skating Competition on Wednesday, 30th January 2013.

Teams of all the four houses were full of energy and enthusiasm. The show began with the performance of Glory House followed by Harmony, Peace and Pride Houses respectively. Participants of each team exhibited their individual skills followed by the team performance which included the electrifying skating stunts that left everyone speechless. Pride House was adjudged 1st and Peace House was adjudged 2nd in the competition. It was an interesting and exciting competition for all other students as well who were seated as spectators and were cheering for their own houses.


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24th January 2013 – Fancy Dress Competition

Today we Indians are forgetting the importance of this hard earned freedom for our Nation. In remembrance of the great leaders and warriors who fought for our country, ‘Fancy Dress Competition’ theme – Freedom Fighters was held on 24th January 2013. The students of classes I & II were dressed in appropriate costumes as worn by their favourite freedom fighter. The competition was bought close to reality by the students speaking the popular dialogues of the freedom fighters. The audiences enjoyed the character of Subhash Chandra Bose when he said- ‘Tum Mujhe Khoon Do, Main Tumhe Aazadi Dunga’ and was followed by many more such performances. The dialogues used by them were encouraging for the children and the participants were given appreciation certificates to boost their morale.

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22nd January 2013 - Annual Day Celebration

In recognition of the excellent achievements of its students in all spheres, Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka celebrated its Annual Day on 22 Jan 2013. SGS, Dwarka is a premier educational institute which provides its students with a rigorous and innovative educational program where they are inspired to pursue their passions and lead lives of purpose and excellence.

Commemorating the 64th Republic Day of the nation, the theme of the Annual Day Celebration was “Sabrang - Ek sang; the Colours of India”. The students presented a cultural extravaganza showcasing the diversity of states, languages, music and dances of our country. A rocking orchestra and Fusion music by the talented students were a treat to the audience. Awards in various categories from academics to sports to performing arts were given away to the deserving candidates. The Chief Guest of the function was none other than Sh. S. K. Sachdeva, Chairman, Sachdeva Group of Schools. The function was also attended by eminent educationists and members of the Managing Committee – Mrs. Kiran Gambhir, Dr. R. C. Chadha, Dr. S. N. Maheshwari, Mr. Sanjay Sachdeva and Mr. Anil Sachdeva. Mrs. Novita Chopra, Head of the School, felicitated the guests for their commendable contribution towards education.

The function was yet another milestone created by the school towards the motto-
“Excellence has no limits”!!


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13th January 2013 - Sachdeva Global School at Radisson Blu, Dwarka

Sachdeva Global School showed its dynamic presence in the field of education yet again in the School Fest organized at Radisson Blu, Dwarka on 13th January 2013. This event was organized and promoted by the ‘Times of India’. The SGS stall at the fest stood out from the rest of the stalls due to its uniqueness and innovativeness. The students showcased how they learn to create robots in school. The event proved to be a great platform for the parent community to understand and appreciate the holistic education provided to the students at SGS.


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10th January 2013 - Workshop on Experimental Learning

A workshop was conducted in Sachdeva Global School by the school’s Academic Supervisor – Mrs. Sumana Dutta on Experimental Learning and Multiples Intelligence. Experimental Learning and Multiple Intelligence.

The Ice breaker activity was “Spinning the Web” which involved sharing of feelings about one another. This activity set up – friendly mood for the workshop to begin.

The next activity was to depict an imaginary situation in pictorial form. This brought out the reality that the same instruction is interpreted, understood and reproduced in different ways by different individuals.

Mrs. Dutta then related this to the eight Multiple Intelligences in students which need to be addressed equally for effective understanding.

The third activity was to write about real experience vs others which have been heard / read about. Mrs. Dutta then brought out the need for learning to happen in classroom. Kolb’s Experiential Learning cycle was taught to the teachers as an extension of the same.

The teachers were enthused to put in innovation into their teaching and pledged to individual requirements of students so that they can prove the saying. “I teach a child, not a subject”.

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9th January 2013 - Workshop for Teachers on Behavioural Problems

In the present scenario, it has become essential for the teachers to deal with their students tactfully and to solve their behavioural problems. A workshop was conducted in Sachdeva Global School on 9th January 2013 by Mrs. Ira Sehgal an eminent Psychologist, on the topic ‘How to Tackle Students with Behavioural Problems’. She took up some of the common issues faced by the teachers. These included usage of abusive language, attention deficit, disrespectful behavior, ego issues and so on. She discussed each of these separately and gave solutions. She advised teachers to be positive in their approach, and not to use discouraging words with the students. She stressed on teachers to be patient while dealing with the difficult students. Mrs. Ira Sehgal narrated a few of her own experiences and how she handled those cases.

It was an interesting workshop and the teachers gained a lot from the session.

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9th January 2013 – Experiential Learning and Multiple Intelligence

‘I want my children to understand the world, but not just because the world is fascinating and the human mind is curious. I want them to understand it so that they will be positioned to make it a better place.’
Howard Gardener

Gone are the days when we used to talk about intelligence, we talked about IQ alone. Today, in this ever-evolving world, where making your presence felt is of utmost importance, the best way out is to show the depth of your grey matter.

In this view, teachers of SGS participated in an In-house workshop headed by school’s Academic head Mrs. Sumana Dutta Sarkar. The session was started by a couple of icebreaker activities wherein teachers of Nursery and Pre Primary levels were involved in a Phonetic drill while playing ring-a-roses and another being the best one-Talking positive things about the co-teacher by each one of them. This gave all the ‘individual’ teachers a sense of ‘group’ feeling. This was followed by an activity wherein the teachers were divided in different groups and experienced ‘Student centric’ and ‘Teacher centric’ methods of teaching young learners. In this process, teachers agreed to the fact completely that student can learn more effectively if they undergo an experience themselves. As teachers, we touch so many lives in more than one role that is of a teacher. We are actors for a three year old while narrators, musicians for a rhyme time and the list is endless. Multiple Intelligence inclusive of Moral, Linguistic, Logical-mathematical, Musical, Bodily-kinesthetic, Spatial, Intrapersonal, Naturalist, Spiritual and Existential Intelligence - were also elaborated in detail.

Hope is the lone weapon through which we, as teachers can keep the light of peace, faith and love shining bright. The workshop enlightened the teachers on the ways they can use in their teaching methodologies that will help them groom a child in a holistic manner.




(2-8) January 2013 – Skating Championship

Sangharsh Khandelwal of class XI-B was selected to participate in School Games Federation Skating Competition at National Level held at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium Bawana from 2nd January 2013 to 8th January 2013. Almost 450 skaters from all over India participated. He brought laurels to the school by winning 1 gold and 2 silver medals.







 
 
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