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26th August 2015 – Ist North India Skating Championship 2015

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

Sachdeva Global School students participated in 1st North India Skating Championship 2015-16 held at Talkatora Stadium, Mother Teresa Crescent, New Delhi 110001. Almost 850 skaters participated. The students of Sachdeva Global School performed extremely well and won 6 Gold, 1 Silver and 4 Bronze medals, total 11 medals.

The prize winners are as following:
NAME CLASS MEDALS
SHUBHAM SINGH XII B 1 GOLD
SAHIL YADAV VIII A 1 GOLD
NAVAL LATA VII A 1 GOLD
LUCKY YADAV V C 1 GOLD
SHAIVYA MISHRA II A 1 GOLD
AKAM BHULLAR II B 1 GOLD
SEERAT BHULLAR BLOOMS B 1 BRONZE
PRIYANSHU THAKUR V B 1 BRONZE
DHRUV SINHA III E 1 BRONZE
SAI SMARRANN SV III E 1 BRONZE
DILISHA JUNAID II B 1 BRONZE



24th August 2015 – Assembly Raksha Bandhan

Relationships are the essence of any festivity and it holds true for any Indian festival. Each occasion brings the family together which calls for a celebration. Raksha Bandhan is a celebration of one such relation – that of a brother and a sister and it is celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Shravan.

On this occasion, the students of class Blooms-B presented a lively assembly on 24th August 2015. The assembly began with a few introductory lines and children threw light on the importance of Raksha Bandhan. Children also presented a small skit to depict the bond of affection between brother and sister, where in siblings pray for each other’s well being and wish for each other’s happiness and goodwill.

At the end, the tiny tots presented a Hindi rhyme on Raksha Bandhan and made the audience to applaud.

The assembly was informative and was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

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18th August 2015 – Pollution- Its Hazards and measures to curb it

Saving environment from pollution is the need of today, the way we are destroying environment will lead to the destruction of life from this earth. Therefore, it is necessary that we should save environment and everyone should contribute and should do something to save environment from pollution.

To spread this message class Blooms-A presented a very informative assembly on Pollution – Its hazards and measures to curb, on 18th August 2015. The little ones with beautiful headgears and props made the audience aware of different kinds of pollution, its causes and effects and measures to control it. The assembly ended with a Hindi rhyme on save environment and all the children took the pledge that “We should not pollute the environment and our surroundings”. The assembly was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.

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18th August 2015 – Tasty and Healthy Workshop by Cornitos

“There’s no love sincerer than the love for food.”

Proving how deeply true it is, the students of classes IV and V tempted their taste buds as they attended a workshop organised by ‘Cornitos’ on 18th August 2015. They were informed how they could pamper their hearts and let the flavor explosion hit them hard without gaining the unwanted calories. They were explained how the junk food, often laced with colors, gradually weakens their system and harms them in the long run .They were educated about the fact that plopping on a sofa, in front of the television, faithfully accompanied by a bowl of wafers and a can of cola may affect their physical as well as psychological growth adversely. They were told various ways of replacing the unhealthy fast food with scrumptious snacks. The workshop not only was informative but also was interactive and filled with fun activities that left the students enthralled and enlightened.



(1st - 14th) August 2015 – Van Mahotsav 2015

1. The school took part in the tree plantation drive, Van Mahotsav, organized by the department of education from 1st to 14th August’15. The aim of the drive was to encourage students to participate in the nationwide drive of planting new trees and making them aware of the advantages of such an exercise. Students from Classes 3 to 10 took part in the drive. Slogan writing, poster making, environmental debate, social awareness through street play and tree plantation were some of the activities in which the students took part in as part of the drive. Details of these activities are covered in succeeding paragraphs.

2. Slogan writing, Poster making and Debate Competitions. Slogan writing and poster making competitions were held for classes 3 to 5. The topic given to the students was ‘Save trees’. Students took part in the competition and came up with some really interesting slogans and posters. A debate on the topic ‘Is man on the right path to save Environment?’ was also held.

3. Awareness through Street Play. Classes IX - X students took part in an awareness drive through a street play (nukkad natak). The students enacted a street play in which the audience were made aware of the importance of planting trees. The students also interacted with the general public (shopkeepers and vendors) in and around the market area of Sector 12 Dwarka and motivated them towards the drive of tree plantation.

4. Tree Plantation. The main activity under the Van Mahotsav drive comprised of planting of new saplings in the school premises. A total of about 100 saplings were planted by the students in and around the school. One each child was made responsible for taking care of the planted sapling in future.

Van Mahotsav 2015 saw an active participation by the students and teachers alike. Such drives would go a long way in making the students aware of their responsibilities towards environment, in addition to making our surroundings greener.

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13th August 2015 – Assembly – Independence Day (Class I-E)

‘SAARE JAHAN SE ACHHA, HINDUSTAN HUMARA’

‘Memories of yesteryears, Wow of today
Dreams of tomorrow,
Let’s re-join our hands and celebrate the freedom’

- MAHATMA GANDHI

The 15th of August is a very important day in the history of our country. It was on this day in 1947 that India won its freedom struggle and got independence. All the people irrespective of their caste, colour and creed celebrate this day every year amidst great rejoicing.

To bring forth the rejoice that the people of India enjoy on this day, the students of class I-E presented an informative skit wherein they spread the message of ‘One Nation, One Country’, and feeling of pride and happiness. The message of celebrating the glorious day with great love and togetherness was also passed on. The skit was accompanied by a beautiful patriotic song ‘Bharat Humko Jaan Se Bhi Pyaara Hai, Sabse Pyaara Gulistan Humara hai.’ It instilled the feeling of unity amongst all.

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13th August 2015 – Workshop “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan”

A workshop aiming at the proper implementation of the PM Modi’s campaign “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” was conducted by OLX on 13th August 2015. More than 100 students of classes IX-X attended the workshop.

In order to inculcate the sense of responsibility towards keeping the nation and the surroundings clean, the student community was encouraged to present their innovative ideas to combat the problem and register it on the official website of OLX.

The incentive of rewarding the best ideas was an added motivation to all students.



12th August 2015 – INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION

The celebrations to mark the 69th Independence Day of Indian Independence at Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka, commenced on August 12, 2015, with the unfurling of the national flag by the Chairman Shri. S. K. Sachdeva accompanied by the playing of National Anthem played by the school orchestra. Shri Sachdeva’s speech to the students and the teachers was not only motivational, but also enthused a new enthusiasm in all for being instrumental towards a better tomorrow. The school students showcased a special programme prepared by them for this national festival.

The programme marked a tribute to the glory of India and the National flag. To enliven the glory of the nation, the students began with a group song followed by a dance drama, voicing the hard work and dedication of the national heroes.

The guests for the day were the members of the managing committee, Mrs. Kiran Gambhir, Dr. R. C. Chaddha, Dr. S.N. Maheswari. Mrs. Sudha Sadhangi, Headmistress, Shri Ram World School, Dwarka was also present.

With much fervor and spirit of patriotism, the programme ended with the release of ‘Tiranga’ balloons in the air with strings of flags trailing behind carrying the message of each Globalite’s dedication to the cause of nation’s growth and freedom.

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05th August 2015 – Assembly – People and Places: Respect Them

Whatever you are, be a good one
- Abraham Lincoln

The assembly started with a warm and a beautiful day. Partly cloudy sky with sun shining amidst the clouds, added to the day’s beauty.

True it is. Let yourself be yourself. Love the way you are and respect the work you do and also the work that people around us do. These lines are true for all individuals. To instill such feelings amongst all, the students of class I-D presented a beautiful skit wherein the students played different characters like ‘ a Postman’, ‘ a Garbage Picker’, ‘ a Sweeper’, ‘ a Traffic Policemen’. The main motive here was to make everyone aware about the importance of different people around us and their respective professions in our lives, to create a feeling of respect, love and affection for these people amongst all.

This world is created by one God, we are the children of one God, we all live on the same earth so it is our duty to respect the place we live in and keep it safe and clean. This was another message given through the skit. The skit was also accompanied by a melodious song ‘Respect Yourself, Respect others and Respect the school’. The children danced to the song and the entire message was summed up through this song.



30th July 2015 – Kargil Vijay Diwas

In an endeavour to continue with the culture of having a thought provoking and informative assembly, students of IX-A conducted an assembly on the theme “Kargil Vijay Diwas” on 30th July, 2015. The assembly was a combined effort of all the students which aimed at spreading the message of the sacrifices of the Kargil Warriors. The assembly started with a quote followed by the news, thought, joke and the birthdays of the week in an aesthetic manner.” The first hand experiences of the survivors of Kargil war, the mother of one of the dead warriors and the native of Dras were the special attraction of the assembly. It was followed by an instrumental performance in order to pay homage to the soldiers with flowers and hoisting of the National Flag at the end. The award winners were also acknowledged. The assembly ended with the pearls of wisdom by the H.O.S – Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar.

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30th July 2015 – Gourmet Guru Competition – Class I

‘Gourmet Guru’ or ‘Cooking Without Fire’, is a competition wherein the students are required to prepare dishes with food stuff like vegetables, fruits, snacks etc., without the use of fire within a stipulated period of time.

This competition was conducted for the students of class I on 30.7.2015. The notification following all the details about the conduct of the competition was sent to the parents in the printed format which were attached in the almanacs of each and every student of class-I to ensure maximum participation from them.

The competition carried on for about an hour. The students enthusiastically started preparing the dishes. Each one of them brought forward their own small creative talents in preparing the dishes. All the dishes prepared by them were judged on some pre-determined criteria like the, ‘method’, ‘taste, ‘creativity, and ‘the overall presentation’. A photo session was also carried out with the students while they were preparing the dishes. Later on the school primary incharge also visited each of the classes to boost up the morale of the students. She was quite amazed and happy to see such young talents.

The time went on and the competition reached to its end. Each of the dishes made by the students were closely examined by the teacher incharge of the respective section according to the predetermined criteria and finally 3 students from each of the classes, were selected and given the 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions respectively.

The prize winners are as follows:

NAME CLASS POSITION
ATHARVA ARORA I-A IST
RUSHIL AGGARWAL I-A IIND
SARANSH GUPTA I-A IIIRD
SUHANA GUPTA I-B IST
ANSHUMAN SAXENA I-B IIND
SYLUS BATRA I-B IIIRD
MUSTAFA I-C IST
DHANISHTA I-C IIND
AAYAN ALI I-C IIIRD
TOSHITA BHAGAT I-D IST
AARAV SHARMA I-D IIND
NAVYA GUPTA I-D IIIRD
ADHITA SINGH I-E IST
SHUBH SHARMA I-E IIND
ARUSH JAIN I-E IIIRD

It was a great experience for the students as they showed their young talents and also for the teachers who had this opportunity to see these small children prepare wonderful dishes.

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29th July 2015 – Gourmet Guru Competition – Class II

Cooking is not just about making food, it is also about learning healthy food choices, bringing in your own creativity and uniqueness to a dish. Cooking is a passion for some, and this passion for cooking can be found amongst children as well. To fulfill this passion, a cooking competition was organized for class II, wherein the children had cook dishes without fire. The competition provided the students a platform to showcase their talent and creativity. The children from all the sections of class II prepared a lot of healthy and tasty dishes which included dishes like salads, sandwiches, fruit cream, bhelpuri etc. The children had a good learning experience and enjoyed a lot during the competition. The teachers had a tough decision to make as all the children had done extremely well.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
SHAIVYA MISHRA II-A IST
AMANDEEP KAUR II-A IIND
YURVAJ DAYAL II-A IIIRD
PRIYANSH SHAH II-B IST
RITVIK SHARMA II-B IST
ROHAN SHARMA II-B IIND
DILISHA JUNAID II-B IIND
EKAM BHULLAR II-B IIIRD
JASMEET KAUR BANGA II-C IST
SUPASH PODDAR II-C IST
ARYAN SHOKEEN II-C IIND
MANSH BASWAL II-C IIND
MANNAN THAKUR II-C IIIRD
RANBIR SINGH OBEROI II-D IIIRD
AISHANI GOSWAMI II-D IST
GAURVANSHI JAIN II-D IIND
SHAMBHAVI PANIGRAHI II-D IIND
KHYATI KHARAB II-D IIIRD
SAIMANN II-E IST
SHIVANSHI JUYAL II-E IIND
SHAURYA RANJAN II-F IIIRD
ANUSHKA TRIPATHI II-F IST
DAKSH KALRA II-F IIND
MAANASVIR SINGH NANDA II-F IIND
TUSHAR ARORA II-F IIIRD

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28th July 2015 – Assembly Report on Hygiene – Class I-C

The stage was set, the birds were chirping, a warm shiny day marked the start of the assembly. The enthusiasm of the children along with the teachers and other staff members was like an icing on the cake.

“It is health that is real wealth and not
pieces of gold and silver”
Mahatma Gandhi

Hygiene is an important ABC-Always Be Clean, everybody needs to learn. Hygiene in its fullest sense goes beyond to include all circumstances, practices and lifestyle issues. The 4 rules to maintain a proper hygiene are, ‘Clean Habits’, ’Good Food’, ‘Exercise’ and ‘Rest’. To help students know about the importance of maintaining proper hygiene, class I-C organized an assembly to spread this awareness amongst all. The students presented an informative skit showing the various ways which can help us to keep clean and maintain a good hygiene. There was also a hilarious moment following the skit as Aayan Ali of class I-C spread the message in the form of a joke. The Prize distribution ceremony, to award the students for their excellence in various co-curricular activities in and out of the school was also conducted. Afterwards the primary incharge of the school Dr. Neelam Das Gupta congratulated the students and the teachers for presenting an informative assembly and also shared her own thoughts. Obeisance to Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam was also paid by observing one minute silence by all.

The entire programme finally reached to its end followed by the National Anthem “Jan Gan Man”.

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27th July 2015 – Clay Modelling Competition “Fruits & Vegetables”

A very exciting competition of clay modelling on the theme – Fruits &Vegetables was conducted in class Buds & Blooms. The tactile nature of the clay gave students the opportunity to hone their fine motor skills, observation skills and creativity, while having fun. The students were allowed to let their imagination flow as they made different fruits & vegetables using colourful dough.

It was fun to see the little hands at work as our young artists sculpted their imagination.

It was a treat to the eyes to witness the creativity of our children. The models of fruits & vegetables were showcased well and the best entries of each section were awarded. The pleasure of creating with their own hands gives a lot of confidence to our toddlers. Thus, it was great fun. Whoever may win, all our young hands were brilliant!!!

NAME CLASS POSITION
LAKSHAY SOLANKI LKG-A FIRST
MADHUMITA A LKG-A SECOND
ARUSHI KUMARI LKG-A THIRD
PRIYA LKG-B FIRST
TANISH GARG LKG-B SECOND
SIDDHI SARASWAT LKG-B THIRD
ELINA HANUMANTE LKG-C FIRST
LAVANYA KOUL LKG-C SECOND
PRAHLAD EKLAMKULAM LKG-C THIRD
AADINATH R. LKG-D FIRST
MANNAT LKG-D SECOND
MISHIKA CHANDRA LKG-D THIRD


NAME CLASS POSITION
SANATH SHINDE UKG-A FIRST
ALISHA SINGHAL UKG-A SECOND
AADVITYA KHURANA UKG-A THIRD
TANAY SAINI UKG-A THIRD
ARNAV MANGLA UKG-B FIRST
SEERAT BHULLAR UKG-B SECOND
LUCKY GUPTA UKG-B THIRD
SAKSHAM ARORA UKG-C FIRST
OM SINGH UKG-C SECOND
DURGESH UKG-C SECOND
SARTHAK SETIA UKG-C THIRD
PRANAV SHARMA UKG-C THIRD
ANSH YADAV UKG-D FIRST
SONAKSHI UKG-D SECOND
JAYANT DAGAR UKG-D THIRD



24th July 2015 – Fighting Blues

In accordance with the culture of having a thought provoking and informative workshops, SGS organized an inspiring workshop for the students of classes (IX – X) which was conducted by Dr. M. GUPTA, (ex-consultant psychiatrist) on the theme of “FIGHTING BLUES” an initiative by Cipla Ltd on 24th July 2015. The workshop aimed at promoting the awareness about mental health and depression Hyper-stress, Anxiety, Depression & managing Exam stress .The workshop started with a discussion on what is depression, anxiety its causes and how to deal with it in our daily life. It was an interactive session students were interacting regarding their problems throughout. Finally, it ended with an inspirational address by the HoS, Mrs. Sumana Dutta Sarkar, who asked the students to open up and share it to seek help for a health mental health and live a more fulfilling life.

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23rd July 2015 – Assembly – Nelson Mandela Day

Nelson Mandela Day is an annual international day in honour of Nelson Mandela, celebrated each year on 18th July, Mandela’s birthday. Mandela day is a day to honour the legacy of Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s former President and his values through volunteering and community service. It is a global call to action that celebrates the idea that each individual has to the power to transform the world, the ability to make an impact.

To mark the importance of this day, class IX B presented an assembly on Nelson Mandela Day on 23rd July 2015. The students spoke about the importance of the day along with some of the famous quotations of Nelson Mandela. They also presented a musical enactment and narrated one of Mandela’s favorite poems.

The assembly ended with the distribution of few certificates and medals. Dwarka Parichay had organized it’s 3rd Dwarka Topper Student’s Award 2015 which was held on 10th May 2015 at Sri Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka. Fifteen of our students received certificates. It was a proud moment for the school and the students. A momento was also awarded to the school for it’s outstanding performance.



22nd July 2015 – Inter House Science Quiz (VI –VIII)

With an aim to foster the spirit of competition and encourage awareness and scientific temperament amongst students, Sachdeva Global School organized an Inter House Science Quiz on 22.07.2015 for the students of classes VI to VIII.

There were several rounds as Scientific Discovery, Visual Round, Buzzer Round, Rapid Fire Round, Spell Bee Round to name a few. Each round comprised of a variety of brain storming questions.

The students enthusiastically participated and had a good learning experience.

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21st July 2015 – An Enriching Experience

The students of class III visited the National Museum of Natural History on 21 July 2015 and were filled with joy and exuberance as they witnessed the rich flora, fauna and mineral wealth of our country. The visit promoted environmental awareness among the students and gave them a chance to view the preserved Herpetological and mounted specimen of extinct and endangered species thereby arousing in them a sense of responsibility towards ‘Conservation of Natural Wealth.’ The heuristic experience included displays from theme based exhibition galleries, experiential resource centers such as Discovery Room, Activity Room, and educational and out-reach activities and depicted the country’s rich natural heritage and natural history. In a nutshell, it was an educative and emotionally satisfying experience for the teachers and the students alike.



17th July 2015 – A Visit to House of Truth

The students of class V visited Eternal Gandhi Multimedia Museum on 17th July, 2015. It is one of the world’s first digital multimedia museums. It is located at the site where Mahatma Gandhi attained martyrdom. The museum presents the historical events of Gandhiji’s life as well as a spectrum of information technology visions inspired by Gandhian thought.

The students witnessed a number of things like turning of the prayer wheels, collaboratively constructed quilts, symbolic pillars and the like. These tradition-based interactions inspired a rich panorama of tactile interfaces that allowed students to access the multimedia imagery of Gandhi.

It was a great experience for the students and teachers alike, as they watched in awe, the technology developed Gandhian images.



15th July 2015 – Conserve Wildlife (Class I-A)

“Saving ONE animal won’t change the world, but it will change the world for that ONE animal”

A memorable assembly on the topic “Conserve wildlife” was organized by the students of class I-A. After watching such a great performance I would like to quote a statement-

“Only if we understand can we care,
Only if we care will we help,
Only if we help shall all be saved.”

The assembly aimed at highlighting the reality about the disappearing of animals on this planet at an alarming rate. Children also emphasized on how we can protect and save our animals.

Execution of the assembly was beautiful and all children spoke with lot of poise. The fusion of props added an extra bloom to the performance of the young children. They culminated the assembly with a beautiful and heart touching song “Save animals”. The students were dressed as animals and hunters where they depicted how animals are being killed and disappearing from this planet. They also gave a message to avoid throwing plastics in river and seas, stop using leather products etc.

The children also laid stress upon the fact that this Earth is made for all beings not just human beings. They also stressed upon the Fact that all creatures are deserving of a life free from fear and pain.

The assembly was a successful effort by the young children to make everyone understand the value of protecting and saving animals.

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10th July 2015 – Conservation of Energy

Class II on 10th July 2015 conducted an activity on conservation of energy. Energy conservation is an art of saving energy by reducing our usage. To make the young ones aware about energy conservation and what measures can be taken up by them to do so, a Power Point Presentation was prepared which showed the students what measure they could take to conserve energy. Some of the measures taken up were:
  • Switch of lights and fans when not in use
  • Use of energy efficient devices
  • Closing taps while brushing teeth and washing clothes and utensils.
  • Getting leaking taps fixed
  • Rainwater harvesting

The entire activity was an enlightening experience for the children as they learnt new ways to conserve energy.

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8th July 2015 – Excursion: Aravalli Biodiversity Park

SGS organized an interesting and informative trip for students of class IX, on 8 July 2015 to Aravalli Biodiversity Park-located on the South Central Ridge, Delhi. The day started with an interaction with Ms. Kaur, who guided the students through the Biodiversity Park. Various medicinal plants were shown and their usages in daily life were explained to the students. Students effectively took notes of what was explained by the teacher. The resource person then took the students to the mining sites in the park, to explain the students how Earth’s Water Table is getting depleted due to over extraction of resources. Finally the students were shown a 15 minute movie which researchers took around 6-7 years for filming. The movie included videos of all the animal species that live in the park. The trip concluded with a discussion, where students were given time to ask their doubts from the resource person. In a nutshell, it was an enriching experience for the students and they were left asking for more.

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8th July 2015 – Educational Trip to Supreme Court Museum

Sachdeva Global School organized an educational trip to the prestigious Supreme Court Museum with The Times of India on 8th July 2015. The students got the rare opportunity to see the wide collection of various copies of important cases in Indian History of Judiciary. They also saw realistic models of the supreme court of India and High courts of Mumbai and Chennai, different coins, Emblem and many more interesting things. They were made aware of the history of Indian Judiciary through models, timeline of Chief justice of India and many other things which were related to the Indian judiciary system. At last a video about the establishment of The Supreme Court of India, its growth and how it works was shown to the students. The trip successfully inculcated a sense of pride in the students towards the Judicial System in general and the Supreme Court of India in particular. It was an enjoyable experience which would certainly be cherished by those who went.



07th July 2015 – Save Water (Class II-F)

Life, both animal and plant is impossible without water. It is the most essential component of life and is vital for sustenance. Water is used for a lot of different purposes like it is used for household use, in industries, for agricultural purposes etc. Animals and plants too have a large percentage of water in them, and some animals regulate their movements according to the water sources. But, with the recent technological advancements, mankind has become indifferent to this miracle of life and instead of saving water, we are contaminating it.

An Assembly was organised by class II-F on ‘save water’. The students in their assembly emphasised upon the importance of water and what measures can be taken to save water. Some of the measures told by them were : close the taps when not in use, get leaking taps fixed, use a bucket instead of shower for taking bath, use energy efficient washing machines etc. The students even recited a poem emphasising upon the need to save water.

The head of school, Mrs. Sumana Dutta Sarkar praised the students for presenting an informative assembly on the importance of saving water. She told the students that we as individuals must follow all these measures and do our own bit to save water.

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29th June 2015 – Workshop ‘Google Apps for Education’

A Workshop on ‘Google Apps for education’ was conducted by the campus faculty on 29th June 2015. The teachers were made aware of the importance of Google + tools. The essence of the session was to raise the level of excellence, awareness and global access in education. The workshop was very informative. A quiz was also conducted to make the workshop more interactive.

Main key points of the workshop were:
  • Making learning magical for students
  • Empowering innovative teaching techniques
  • Create, share, and edit files in real-time.
  • Building a foundation of technology and global access
  • To update the knowledge and technical skills of teachers

In a nutshell, it was an interesting session aimed at making the teachers capable of using technology to their advantage.

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(22nd – 23rd) June 2015 – Workshop on Reading, Writing, Speaking and Grammar

It is rightly said that learning has no age bar and profession. So to keep up with the latest methodologies, a workshop on Reading, Writing, Speaking and Grammar was conducted in Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura for all the teachers of Sachdeva Schools, on 22nd and 23rd June 2015.

The spokesperson Dr. Rajender Pal explained the various tools of reading, writing and speaking. Different activities were conducted to display how students’ involvement in the class can be increased which would improve the learning process in the class. A separate session on grammar was also conducted.

Dr. Pal explained many of the grammatical concepts in detail. It was an interactive, enjoyable and learning experience.







19th June 2015 – Workshop on Assessment of Speaking and Learning Skills

An ASL Workshop was organized by Oxford University Press at Queens Valley School, Dwarka for language teachers with a stress on phonetics as well as the functional use of language. The day started with a warm-up activity, followed by a brainstorming session on the four integral skills in language teaching; namely Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. The resource person delved into each and every aspect in detail and engaged the audience with classroom anecdotes. The phonetics session was especially enlightening, with discussion on the importance of stress, intonation and tone in conveying meaning. The workshop ended with a question answer session wherein the resource person diligently answered all the questions and even posed some to the audience.



18th June 2015 – Workshop on Positive Thinking

Coming back after a long summer break was refreshing and commencing our schedules with an out of the box workshop was more than a treat. Such workshops, wherein everyone gets to probe within themselves and explore their mental and emotional make up are rare in today’s times. This workshop broke the myth that meditation is only for the spiritually enlightened people. We all need to connect to the higher Lord through a peaceful mind and a calm heart. The session was initiated by the guest lecturer through an open house activity wherein all the teachers were requested to be at ease with themselves. The speaker also shared some breathing exercises along with postures. “A frown goes a long way, but a smile goes longer than that”, that’s the mantra. Understanding our minds better, managing our thoughts, relationship between the mind and body were few areas which were explored and engrained in this session. Worrying about the trouble is not a solution, we all need to change our outlook towards the same. A peaceful mind and a calmer soul is what is required for any individual to reach greater heights in their lives. It would suffice to say that the workshop furthered the notion of “Think positive, Do positive, Be positive.”



6th June 2015 – International Robotics Competition 2015

More than 100 students from prestigious schools participated in this mega event enthusiastically. 30 teams competed in Junior, Middle and Senior categories respectively. Raman Tehlan of class XII brought laurels to school by bagging the second position in Senior level of International Robotics Challenge. This cut throat competition was held at University of beautiful city of Seattle, USA on 6th June 2015.









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2014-2015 – 5TH SOF (IEO) and 8th SOF (IMO)

The brilliance of an analytical mind was to be judged in the INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICS OLYIMPIAD (IMO), held for the students of classes I - II, in the month of December, 2014. A very interesting opportunity was provided to the students by the school, to be a part of a competitive state level test to enhance their thinking and quantitative skills. The test included 35 objective type questions, divided into various sections of skills like the achievers section. It questioned them on their knowledge of the maths subject relevant to their classes.

Similarly, the INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH OLYMPIAD (IEO), was held in the school premises, for classes I - II, in the month of January, 2015. The test judged the spontaneity, wit and vastness of their vocabulary for the subject. The test had 35 objective type questions in all and similarly was divided into various sections like the achievers section. The types of questions included ‘opposites’, ‘word meanings’, ‘jumbled words’, ‘reading comprehension‘ etc.

The school winners for the above to Olympiads of classes I - II are as follows:

IMO
NAME CLASS MEDAL
Aryan Shokeen I C Silver
Ishaan Shandilya I E Bronze
Daksh Kalra I F Gold
Deepshikha Das II Bronze
Dhruv Sinha II Silver
Krishiv Mishra II Gold

IEO
NAME CLASS MEDAL
Sidharth Kalita I A Gold
Daksh Kalra I F Silver
Lakshay I E Bronze
Krishiv Mishra II Gold
Vanya Rana II Silver
Bhavya Maan II Bronze



13th May 2015 – Semi Classical Singing Competition

Music is the universal language of mankind. It expresses questions, feeling and thought, without language, it is below and before speech and it is above and beyond all words.

To help students in developing interest in music, an inter house ‘Semi Classical Singing Competition’ was held on 13th May 2015 for the students of classes VI – X.

Students participated with a lot of enthusiasm and were very excited. There was a close competition between the four houses.

Peace house won the first position closely followed by Harmony, then Glory and Pride.

It was a tough competition and everybody enjoyed it thoroughly.





12th May 2015 – Assembly on Good Manners – Class II-E

Good manners form an important part of our civilization. We know a man from his manners. Manners are important for our conduct in society and are important to us. A man with good manners respects the feelings and sentiments of people around him, shows proper regard to his elders, loves his equals and is kind to those who are younger than him. Nobody likes a rude person, but good manners endear a man to other. We aim to teach our children good manners at school and at home so that they become good human beings. To tell us more about good manners and how much they matter to us an assembly was organized by class II- E on the topic ‘Good Manners Matter’. The students presented an informative assembly where through different scene enactments they showed us how a person with good manners wins the heart of others. The children also talked about certain good manners which we all must possess like saying please and thank you, respecting our elders, washing our hands before and after meals etc.

During the assembly medals were given away to Dilisha Junaid (II-B) and Shaivya (II-A) who won the 1st Inter school open roller skating championship. Our little skating champion Seerat Bhullar of Blooms-B won two bronze medals in the 33rd Delhi Inter State roller skating championship. Also certificates were given away to the winners of the poster making competition (class II) and book mark making competition (class I). The school headmistress, Mrs. Sumana Dutta Sarkar praised the students of class II-E for presenting an informative assembly and told the children that we must try and possess good manners which will help us to become good human beings.

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05th May 2015 – Assembly on Mother’s Day – Class II-D

“God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers''
- Rudyard Kipling

Of all the relations in the world, the most precious relation is that of a mother and her child. Our mothers play an important role in our lives. They are our support system, make us learn a lot of new things, help us with our work, instill good values in us and help us through all stages of life. Even when we grow up, the one person that we always look up to is our mother. Mothers are our guardian angels and the only person in the world who is worried about us even when we aren’t children anymore. Mother’s day is one such day which is celebrated on the second Sunday of May every year to thank our mothers for all that they have done for us. To tell us more about mother’s day an assembly was organized by class II-D. The students recited a beautiful poem which told us how our mothers guide us and protect us throughout our lives.

During the assembly, the winners of the Odyssey-Tell a Tale (Panchatantra story) competition also presented their story which made them win the first prize at Modern Convent School, Dwarka. The School headmistress. Mrs. Sumana Dutta Sarkar congratulated the students on their achievement. She also told us how much our mothers mean to us and that we must thank and wish our mothers and teachers on this mother’s day, as teachers are like mothers to the children in school.

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1st May 2015 – Odyssey – Tell a Tale

Our little wonders of SGS, Nitya Shukla (III-B), Om Srivastava (III-D) and Rohan Sharma (II-B) participated in the Odyssey- Tell a Tale Panchatantra Story Competition held at Modern Convent School, Dwarka on 1 May 2015. The students had prepared a Panchatantra tale about a teacher and his disciple. Out of the number of schools that participated our little wonders of SGS bagged the first position with their excellent performance.






30th April 2015 – Poster Making Competition: Theme Nature

To do our bit on saving nature, a poster making competition was organized for the students of class II using waste materials on 30 April 2015. Waste material is something that is thought to be of no use and all of us have a tendency to discard it. But the young minds of class II using their creativity and imagination made a good use of these waste materials. They created beautiful posters based on the theme nature using waste materials like cardboard boxes, broken CD’s, sponges, thermocol glasses, pista shells, pencil shavings etc. It was an intra-class competition which made the students realise how they can put waste material to use and it is not just something which needs to be discarded. The competition gave the students an opportunity to showcase their talent and from each class three or four best posters were selected, and the work of each and every student was appreciated.

The results of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
KANAV BALIYAN II-A IST
SIDDHARTH KALITA II-A IIND
MANNAN HANDA II-A IIIRD
RADHIKA TOMAR II-A CONSOLATION
PARV BANSAL II-B IST
EKAM BHULLAR II-B IIND
AKSH NARAYAN CHAKRABARTY II-B IIIRD
SHASHANK CHATTERJEE II-B CONSOLATION
ARYAN SHOKEEN II-C IST
YOUNGZIN LAMA II-C IIND
MANSH BASWAL II-C IIND
SHAKSHI PAL II-C IIIRD
RANBIR SINGH OBEROI II-C CONSOLATION
AVISHI GARG II-D IST
AAKRITI VOHRA II-D IIND
SIYA MATHUR II-D IIIRD
KOHANA DIDWANIA II-D CONSOLATION
MANYA NIMESH II-E IST
ISHWIN SINGH PAHWA II-E IIND
RIDDHIMA CHATURVEDI II-E IIIRD
MANTHIKA CHHABRA II-F IST
MAANASVIR SINGH NANDA II-F IIND
SAYESH GUPTA II-F IIIRD
DAKSH KALRA II-F CONSOLATION

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29th April 2015 – Lend a Hand to Save Trees

Trees are our best friends and they play an important role in our lives. We cannot live without trees as trees provide us with a wide number of things. Nowadays, we humans are cutting down trees for our benefit but do not realise that these trees that we are cutting down support our ecosystem, and by cutting them down we are harming our mother earth only. To talk about the importance of saving trees an assembly was presented by the students of class II-C. The students presented a story in Hindi which told us about the wide number of things that trees provide us, for e.g.: trees give us oxygen, trees provide us shade, trees keep the air clean and reduce pollution etc. The students also recited a poem in Hindi ‘isM+ yxkvks’ which highlighted upon the importance of planting trees. The school headmistress, Mrs. Sumanna Dutta appreciated the students’ efforts and talked about the importance of trees in our lives. During the assembly medals were given to Ekam Bhullar of class II-B and Seerat Bhullar of Blooms- B who won two gold medals each in the 33rd Summer Open Roller Skating Championship.

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29th April 2015 – Inter House Throw Ball Competition

An Inter House Throw Ball Competition was organized on 29th April 2015 in the school ground. It was an enthralling match with all the teams giving their best. The first match was held between Pride and Harmony house. It was a nail biting match with both the teams winning successive sets. Finally, the third set was won by Pride House by a huge margin of 10-3. The second match was between Glory and Peace house which was won by Peace house. The final match was between Pride and Peace. It was a clash of the titans as both the teams fought till the very last game point. Pride house won with a narrow margin in the end after much anticipation and nervous moments. In a nutshell, it was an active start to the day and the players as well as the audience felt rejuvenated after the finale.





28th April 2015 – Mock Drill

Disaster can strike any time. As the saying goes, “Hope for the best and prepare for the worst”. A mock drill for earthquake was conducted on 7th April and 28th April 2015. The students as well as the teachers were informed before about the drill and the moment the alarm sounded, students assembled in the ground with discipline and minimum hassle. They were taught in advance not to panic in such a situation and came to the ground in well organized lines. In the ground, they were told about the various ways one can protect oneself in case such a disaster occurs. It was an informative session with a student on stage miming the various positions one should take in case of an earthquake. The drill ended by an informative speech by the Headmistress Ms. Sumanna Dutta, who narrated her own experiences in Japan when an earthquake occurred and how the country was well prepared for such a disaster.















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24th April 2015 – Tearing and Pasting Competition ‘My School’

“Enthusiasm is excitement with inspiration, motivation and a pinch of creativity”.

Excitement never berated through SGS as the students of BLOOMS got together for a Tearing and Pasting Competition on the topic – “My School” which was held on 24th April 2015.

The students were very enthusiastic in giving beautiful colours and decorating the picture of a school provided to them by tearing and pasting origami papers of different colours for the competition. Best entries of each section were awarded.

Such competitions help in developing five motor skills. The confidence of creating with their own hands gives a lot of confidence to our toddlers.

NAME CLASS POSITION
SANATH SHINDE BLOOMS-A IST
SONAKSHI MATHUR BLOOMS-A IIND
VAISHNAVI MEDIRATTA BLOOMS-A IIIRD
MOHIT BLOOMS-A CONSOLATION
LUCKY GUPTA BLOOMS-B IST
LAUREL BLOOMS-B IIND
HARDIK CHAUHAN BLOOMS-B IIIRD
SAKSHAM ARORA BLOOMS-C IST
ABHAY GAHLOT BLOOMS-C IIND
DURGESH BLOOMS-C IIIRD
ARANYA NATH BLOOMS-C CONSOLATION
DAIWAIK DAHIYA BLOOMS-D IST
ALIENA SAHU BLOOMS-D IIND
YUG SOLANKI BLOOMS-D IIIRD
NIKHIL KUMAR BLOOMS-D CONSOLATION





23rd April 2015 – World Malaria Day

The students of class XII A presented a class assembly on 23rd April 2015. The topic of the assembly was World Malaria Day. The students gave information about the need to celebrate this day. The students also gave an informative speech about the symptoms and ways to prevent the disease. There was a small skit on the ways in which Malaria can be prevented along with the reasons for its prevalence in the country. Finally, the assembly came to an end with a song by S. Padmashree about the need to lead a safe and healthy life.


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23rd April 2015 – Book Mark Making Competition - Save Trees

“When a bookmark tumbles out of an old book pristine and unwrinkled, it is like a gasp of breath from another century.”

- Don Borchert

To reinforce the need to take some actions to save our precious Earth, class 1 had organized a Bookmark making competition for little ones on 23rd April 2015. It was an intra class competition. Children made colourful bookmarks with appropriate and thought provoking slogans which acted as a wakeup call. The Bookmarks were beautifully decorated and children displayed their creativity and imagination. The competition gave the children a platform to showcase their talent and made them realize the importance of our Mother Earth. The students were judged by the art teachers and from each section of class 1, three winners were selected. Other children were appreciated as well. Eventually it turned out to be an infotainment, as the message of saving trees was well communicated.

The winners were:
NAME CLASS POSITION
ADITYA SHUKLA I-A IST
NIYATI DAHIYA I-A 2ND
ANANYA BHARTI I-A 3RD
SUHANA GUPTA I-B IST
ANSHUMAN SAXENA I-B 2ND
LAKSHAY YADAV I-B 3RD
VANSHIKA BANWARI I-C IST
NILAY TOKAS I-C 2ND
SHATASKHI BAJPAI I-C 3RD
NAVYA GUPTA I-D IST
PAKHI DIXIT I-D 2ND
TOSHITA BHAGAT I-D 3RD
SHUBH SHARMA I-E IST
SIYA MALIK I-E 2ND
AYUSHMAN BHAI I-E 3RD



22nd April 2015 – Assembly Earth Day

Earth day is an annual event celebrated on April 22, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network. Earth day broadens the base of support for environmental programs, rekindles public commitment and builds community activism around the world through a broad range of events and activities. It is the largest civic event in the world, celebrated around the globe by people of all faiths, backgrounds and nationalities.

To celebrate Earth day, the students of class II-B presented an assembly talking about the importance of Earth day and what we should do to save our mother earth from all the hazards that come in its way. The school headmistress, Mrs. Sumanna Datta praised the students for their effort and told the students what we should do to keep our surroundings clean. During the assembly medals were given to the winners of the International English Olympiad organized by SOF.

The winners of IEO were:
NAME CLASS PRIZE
SIDDHARTH KALITA I-A GOLD
DAKSH KALRA I-F SILVER
LAKSHAY I-E BRONZE

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22nd April 2015 – Banner Making Competition

Inter House Banner Making Competition was organized for classes VI – VIII on 22nd April 2015. Each house had two groups participating comprising of 3 students in each group. Students made banners using waste material like dry leaves, jute, newspaper, magazines, ropes etc.

They took keen interest in writing slogans like –
  • Interest in plants, you will get profit
  • Join hand to make earth a better place
  • Think about 2060
  • Embrace the green revolution
  • No dish it is Earth

Initiative to create awareness to meet the challenges of environmental sustainability were painted by the students in the form of slogans.

These banners were taken by the student of SGS for a rally in Dwarka market to make people aware of the challenges our society is facing and requested them plant trees, use paper bags, recycle paper etc.




22nd April 2015 – Inter House Puppet Making Competition

Let waste not be a problem, let waste serve a purpose

Inter House Puppet Making (Out of Waste) and Enactment Competition was organized for classes III – V on 22nd April 2015. Students took an initiative of using waste material like socks, plastic bottles, gloves, wool, newspapers, balloons etc. for making puppets.

Each house had one group comprising of 6 students to participate. Children enjoyed the activity and actively participated. Different themes were enacted by the students which showcased the mobility and creativity of the puppet. Children made beautiful puppets using their artistic and creative skills. They were marked on the basis of the mobility of the puppets, waste material used, neatness and enactment done by them.

Pride House took the lead followed by Glory as second and Harmony being third.

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16th April 2015 – World Earth Day

It is well known fact that sustainable development and a holistic ecological view are the need of the hour in today’s world, where man’s domination over nature has risen to gigantic proportions. Keeping this thought in mind, Class XII-B presented an assembly on “World Earth Day” on 16th April 2015. The students presented a modern adaptation of Charles Dickens’ ‘Christmas Carol’. The play depicted the past, present and future of a school whose principal did not believe in the importance of celebrating ‘Earth Day’, and considered the entire stress on this concept as redundant. However, much like Ebenezer Scrooge in ‘Christmas Carol’, the principal also changes his point of view and understands the relevance of the day. The assembly ended with a song performance by Aarushi Kulshreshtha and finally, the headmistress Ms. Sumanna Dutta congratulated the students on the effort and results for certain inter house school competitions were announced.

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15th April 2015 – My School My Pride

A school is a special place for all of us as we spend our growing years here. We learn new things, make new friends, play and do a lot of other things which give us immense joy. We enter school as tiny tots and leave as young individuals ready to face the outside world. A school teaches us a lot of things and all of us miss our school days even now and wish to go back and relive those days. The students of class II-A presented an assembly on the topic ‘My School My Pride’. In their assembly they recited a beautiful poem which highlighted upon the different aspects of the school and the various facilities and labs available to them in the school. The students presented an informative assembly and shared their views on how much they love their school. The school headmistress, Mrs. Sumanna Datta praised the students for presenting an informative assembly about the school. During the assembly medals were also given away to the winners of the 33rd Delhi State Open Roller Skating Championship.

The winners were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
EKAM BHULLAR II-B GOLD
TROPHY
DILISHA JUNAID II-B 2 SILVER
SEERAT BHULLAR BLOOMS-B 2 SILVER
1 BRONZE

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15th April 2015 – Grocery Bag Project

Do something Drastic, Cut the Plastic!!!

Grocery Bag Project is a small initiative taken by the students of SGS of classes III – V on 15th April 2015 for our better future. This is the sixth consecutive year of continuing to spread awareness about the use of paper bags rather than plastic bags. Children coloured and painted the bags, wrote slogans and messages to make people aware about the problems which our mother earth is facing and how we can prevent it by saving water, electricity, recycling paper, planting trees etc. Around 500 such bags were returned to the grocery store in Dwarka where the customers got the message loud and clear! “Say No to Plastic Bags”, thereby ensuring a cleaner and greener planet Earth.

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(11th – 12th) April 2015 – Delhi State Open Roller Skating Championship

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka won 12 Gold, 11 Silver and 8 Bronze medals in the 33rd Delhi State Open Roller Skating Championship 2015 organized by Delhi Skating Association (Regd.), held at Rajiv Gandhi Sports Stadium, Bawana from (11th – 12th) April 2015.

NAME CLASS POSITION
SEERAT BHULAR BLOOMS 2 SILVER,
1 BRONZE
EKAM BHULLAR II 3 GOLD,
1 TROPHY
DILISHA JUNAID II 3 SILVER
SAI SMARRANN S. V. III 2 SILVER
1 BRONZE
YASHIKA V 3 BRONZE
JASMINE KAUR HANJRA VI 3 BRONZE
1 SILVER
NAVAL LATA VII 1 GOLD
2 SILVER
SAHIL DALAL VIII 3 GOLD
1 TROPHY
SOURABH SANGWAN VIII 3 GOLD
1 SILVER
1 TROPHY
SHUBHAM SINGH XII 4 GOLD
1 TROPHY

Four students – Ekam Bhullar, Sahil Dalal, Sourabh Sangwan and Shubham Singh received the Best Skating Trophy of their age group in Delhi Skating Association (Regd.).




25th March 2015 – Workshop of Health & Fitness

In an effort towards maintaining a healthy team of teachers, A workshop on health and fitness called ‘Masti Ki Pathshala’ was organized in SGS on 25th March 2015. The teachers brimmed with enthusiasm and energy, as the workshop was scheduled at 08:00 in the morning. The session was divided into three parts of 45 minutes each. The first session was an exercise session involving cardio and pushups. It was a rather enchanting sight to see the entire staff following the guidelines of the resource person Mr. Vikas Soni and prodding him for the correct posture. The second session was an informative one where the speaker informed the audience of the nutritional quality of food items and also busted a number of myths associated with crash diets and weight loss programs. The teachers listened intently and some could be seen jotting down notes diligently. Finally, the third session was a question/answer session, wherein the teachers put forward their doubts regarding health and nutrition. All the queries were effectively answered by Mr. Vikas Soni and the workshop came to end.

In a nutshell, it was an enriching session after which the teachers were left feeling rejuvenated and active for the rest of the day. It was a unique session as not only where the teachers theoretically informed about the benefit of certain exercises, but were also made to do those exercises. They were left yearning for more when the session ended and could be heard taking about it in animated tones throughout the day.




21st March 2015 – Orientation Programme

The Orientation Programme was held on 21st March 2015 to introduce parents of new Kindergarten children to the culture of SGS school. The event witnessed the presence of Kindergarten parents along with their little ones who also arrived with them. Numerous fun filled activities were organized which kept the toddlers busy and happy.

The Vice Chairman, Sh. Anil Sachdeva, graced the occasion with his inspiring words, where he focused on the joint partnership of parents and the school in nurturing children’s holistic development.

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

The Guest speaker for the evening, Dr. Rima Sehgal, a renowned psychologist and counselor, had the gathering glued to their seats, with her gripping stories and examples on relationships. Be it husband-wife, mother-child, Teacher – Student – Parent relationship, she touched all aspects. The essence of the session was “quality time is more valuable for a child rather than providing them with material comforts and pleasures”.

The evening oriented everyone to a new beginning and set the mood for the upcoming session.

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14th March 2015 – Graduation Day Kindergarten

Sachdeva Global School, organized “Graduation Day Ceremony” for the little toddlers of Blooms on Saturday, 14th March 2015. Sh. Anil Sachdeva, Vice Chairman of the school was the honorable chief guest of the function. The programme started with the welcoming of the chief guest followed by lighting of lamp by Sh. Anil Sachdeva and Head of the School Mrs. Novita Chopra.

The programme showcased the uniqueness of Sachdeva Global School. The function commenced with the auspicious “Ganesh Vandana” followed by ‘Orchestra and Choir’. The little narrators took the parents through a tour of various colours, which was the theme of the function. There were mesmerizing performances by the young learners of Buds and Blooms. The tiny tots exhibited their confidence through the entire cultural extravaganza. The colourful costumes and enthusiasm of young Globalities won everyone’s heart. After the Grand Finale, Blooms students shared their experiences of their kindergarten years which they will cherish for life.

In the end, the young Graduates, dressed up in their blue Graduation robes were felicitated by Mr. Anil Sachdeva. The young achievers were rewarded with certificates for being promoted. They displayed their success and happiness by throwing their caps high. Everyone appreciated the efforts of tiny tots. It was a glorious day for all.

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5th March 2015 – Assembly Holi (Class I-A)

The brightness of colours, the sweetness of Gujiya and the cheerfulness of the atmoshphere, all these things combine in the joyous festival of Holi. To celebrate this festive feel, the students of class I-A presented before us an assembly on Holi.

The bright sunny morning set within us, the true mood of the festival. The assembly began by the crisp and short speeches of the students, telling us about the significance of the festival like burning of Holika, Dhulendi, colours, sweets etc.

They further showed us how the people play with colours or ‘Gulaal’ as students sprinkled ‘Gulaal’ over each other. Later a beautiful skit was presented on the harmful effects of synthetic colours and how we should avoid playing with them. It was so eye-catchy, that the message reached each and every student present in the assembly very conveniently. The assembly was concluded by a beautiful dance performance on a ‘Holi’ theme song. It was such pleasant presentation that the head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra, clearly termed them as a “surprise package”.




4th March 2015 – Unfolding the Time’s Blessing (Class II-B)

"Time delivers opportunities, hold them with care and nurture like a child, to let the beautiful memories reside in your heart forever ...."

A special assembly on the topic- Unfolding the Time's Blessings” was organized by the children of class I I-B. The assembly gave children a brief stroll down the memory lane of the prior year. The assembly aimed at highlighting the activities and achievements of the previous year. Each child represented itself as a different month of the year and spoke beautiful lines emphasizing upon the activities that were held in that particular month.

All the children spoke with a lot of poise and the amalgamation props added exquisiteness to the performance of the young children. The children culminated the assembly with the poem titled " Great Expectations" which served the two fold purpose of bidding good bye to the academic session 2013-14 and welcoming the new session with new hope and aspirations.

The assembly also laid stress on the importance of time, as it aimed at spreading the message that time is priceless and it blesses us with endless opportunities in life. Stimulating thoughts like "Those who waste time complaint of its brevity" and " The opportunities that time bestowed yesterday are the beautiful memories of today" served as the food for thought for everybody. The assembly was a successful effort by the young children and made the spectators nostalgic.




(24th - 25th) February 2015 – Show and Tell Competition

Human being are social in nature. Being a part of our society, we exhibit a social behavior too. To make the children aware about the various helping hands around us & to inculcate the feeling of brotherhood and responsibility towards the society. A show and tell competition on the topic “People who help us” was conducted for the classes Buds – Blooms on 24th -25th February 2015 respectively.

The tiny tots came dressed up as various helpers like: Doctor, cobbler, nurse, painter, farmer etc. Every child performed enthusiastically and spoke interesting lines on the tools and instruments used by their respective roles.

The competition was very informative and was a great success with maximum participation of the children.

NAME CLASS POSITION
ANSH KUMAR BUDS IST
ANSH YADAV BUDS IST
LAVANYA BANSAL BLOOMS IST
SHUBH SHARMA BLOOMS IST
ZAYAN AAMIR SIDDIQUI BUDS 2ND
ARNAV MANGLA BUDS 2ND
AISHANIKA GOEL BLOOMS 2ND
ATHARAV ARORA BLOOMS 2ND
NAVYA GUPTA BLOOMS 2ND
ATHARV PAREEK BUDS 3RD
SANATH SHINDE BUDS 3RD
YADUVIR GUPTA BLOOMS 3RD
DHANUSH SUJITH BLOOMS 3RD
KHUSHNOOR KAUR BLOOMS 3RD

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21st February 2015 – Astronomy and Joey’s Club Activity – Asteroid Session and Newton’s Law

The astronomy session on ‘Asteroid Session’ Classes-VI - IX and ‘Newton’s Law’ Classes III - V was conducted successfully on 21st February 2015 where students were given intensive information along with demonstration and they had hands on related activity like rocket launching and online asteroid hunting session .The session was very new and it was enjoyed by students .











18th February 2015 – English Story Telling Competition (Class I)

After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world.
Philip Pullman

Stories are the most reliable and fun way to teach children about moral values, good behavior, etiquettes etc. Hence to give these stories more purpose, an English Story Telling Competition was organized for Class - I.

The students were first selected on the basis of their performances in the preliminary round of the competition. Later the best children were selected for the final round that was held on 18th February 2015 in the school premises. In the final round students were judged on the basis of costume / props, clarity, confidence and the theme of the story. The student participants amazed us with their attractive props, costumes and their exceptional expressive story telling skills. All of them gave tough competition to one another. The students narrated the stories with confidence and clarity while giving us morals like ‘Don’t lend ears to useless talks’, ‘Work Hard’ etc. Overall it was a treat to watch such young children perform so effortlessly.

The result of the competition were announced as :
NAME CLASS POSITION
PRIYANSH SHAH I-B 1st
ROHAN SHARMA I-B 2nd
MAANASVIR S. NANDA I-F 2nd
SWASTIK SETH I-F 3rd




23rd February 2015 – Assembly Spring Season (Class I-E)

After the long lazy winters, the weather opened its arms to welcome the beauty and energy of the spring season. To welcome the season with liveliness the students of class I E, presented a beautiful assembly on the topic of spring season. The cheerfulness of the weather was depicted in the presentation of the assembly with lush green trees, blossoming flowers and attractive bulletin board.

The students filled us with information about the season such as the festivals celebrated during it, the months it stays for, blooming flowers etc. Further the students of class I E made a very attractive presentation of flowers and gave special trivia on different seasonal flowers like Dahlia, Rose, Tulips, Orchids etc. the mesmerizing head gears added more opulence to the stage. The assembly was concluded by a poem, ‘The Season’, narrated joyfully by the children.



19th February 2015 – Assembly Shivratri (Class I-F)

“Om Namah Shivaya..

Let us chant this powerful mantra of Lord Shiva on Shivratri and May Lord Shiv bless everyone with happiness and prosperity”


The auspicious day of Shivratri has an immense significance in the Hindu culture. To enlighten us with its imperative role, the students of class I F presented an assembly on the topic of Shivrati. The stage was decorated very beautifully, with a huge ‘Shiv Ling’ resting in the middle and the bulletin board depicting the magnificent images of Lord Shiva. The assembly started, with the students turn by turn throwing light on the life of Lord Shiva – the Neelkanth, the Destroyer and the Creator. They told us about the beauty of the holy festival and further demonstrated us how the ‘puja’ was conducted in the temples on this holy day with bael leaves, milk, honey and flowers. It was pleasing to see such young children perform a part of the ‘puja’ infront of us. The assembly was then concluded by a beautiful thought for the day. Later certificates were given for the class I Quiz: logos and punchlines held in the month of December. The assembly ended by the admiring and encouraging words, of the head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra.



18th February 2015 – Koyuyo Camlin Art Summit

Art Teachers Meet was organized at Sachdeva Global School in collaboration with Camlin Kokuyo Limited on 18 February 2015. Around 35 Art Teachers from 20 schools of west and north Delhi participated and shared their views about their subject and how it plays a vital role in students’ lives. Mrs. Novita Chopra, head of School, addressed the gathering by her inspirational words. The first activity was a product display which helped in boosting the memory of teachers as they had to name 20 products from the display. After this, a PPT was shown in which various activities were organized by Camlin Koyuyo like paintings on buses, trams by the famous artists and students of Kolkata and Mumbai.

A short quiz was then organized related to the PPT shown teachers were asked to create a craft items in a group of five with the craft material given to them by the team.

Beautiful masterpieces were made using paper, cups, glass colours, oil pastels etc. It was a learning experience for everyone present there as Art helps to develop one’s psychology in a much different way.

Lastly Ms. Kiran, Manager Kokuyo limited thanked the teachers for participating and Sachdeva Global School for providing platform to organize such events. New products introduced by the company were also gifted to the teachers.

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12th February 2015 – Assembly New Year 2015

The new year 2015 brought with itself a lot of energy and zeal at Sachdeva Global School, as the month of January passed by, celebrating the “Annual Day – Raaganjalee”. It ended with a lot of praise and satisfaction and then the month of February saw its first morning assembly on the topic of ‘New Year’ by the young, talented students of class I D. It was a pleasant sunny morning and the assembly began, with a ride down the memory lane of 2014, by the children of the class. They refreshed our memories about the past events and happenings that occurred in the school, during the past year. The children came turn by turn with placards and gave us a small summarized speech on the special events like the adventure camp, annual picnic to Aeroplanet, Sports meet, various assemblies etc. The clarity and the confidence in the speech of the children was admirable. It was then followed by a dance performance by the children, to wish us all a very prosperous and happy new year. Assembly was concluded by a very useful morning thought. Further certificates and medals were given to class I and II children for the science and cyber Olympiads held in the month of November. Later Mrs Novita Chopra, the head of the school praised the assembly and the efforts of the class teacher, and wished us all a prosperous new year.




31st January 2015 – Astronomy and Joey’s Club Activity – Exoplanets and Earth Sciences

Session of astronomy club-M2/S3 –Exoplanets and Joey’s club –Earth sciences was successfully conducted on 31st January 2015. Both the sessions had interactive demo which was thoroughly enjoyed by students. Joey’s club students had hands on activity of volcano in bottles.












31st January 2015 – Class XII Farewell

Sachdeva Global School bid adieu to Class XII students on 31st January 2015. Class XI was the perfect host for the day, organizing the event with extreme ease and meticulousness. The Aashirwaad ceremony was organized at 10:15 a.m. for the outgoing batch, attended by Vice Chairman, SGS, Mr. Anil Sachdeva, Hos Ms. Novita Chopra, Academic Supervisor Ms. Sumana Dutta, along with the teaching staff and class XI students. The havan was followed by a cultural event, which began with an interesting question answer round, where the students gave witty answers and opened up to the audience. This was followed by a dance performance by class XI, depicting school life and the memories associated with it. Finally, 10 students were selected for the second round where Devyani Mohan was crowned Ms. Globalite, and Khushbhir Singh won the title of Mr. Globalite. The outgoing batch also gifted Ms. Novita Chopra a scrap book, especially dedicated to her and containing snippets of their memories and interaction with Ma’am. The function ended with an inspiring speech by HoS Ms. Novita Chopra, who motivated the students to prepare themselves for life outside school and waking them up to the reality of life after school. Post the cultural function, the students were treated to lip smacking delicacies and could be seen relishing the final moments in school with their friends.







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30th January 2015 – ANNUAL DAY CELEBRATIONS

Keeping up the tradition of challenging one’s own limits of excellence, Sachdeva Global School organized the Annual Function 2014-15 on 30th January 2015, which was a true cultural extravaganza. The theme of this grand celebration was Raaganjalee - an attempt at paying tribute to the Almighty, the Motherland and to fellow beings through the evergreen mode of melody. The chief guest was Shri S. K. Sachdeva, Chairman, Sachdeva Group of Institutions. Mrs. Kiran Gambhir, Advisor, Sachdeva Group of Schools, Dr. R. C. Chadha, an eminent member of the management committee and Mr. Anil Sachdeva, Vice Chairman, Sachdeva Global School were among the other dignitaries. They were felicitated by Mrs. Novita Chopra, the Head of the school. Principals of various schools of Dwarka were also present alongside the entire parent fraternity. The amalgamation of Vaadya (Instruments), Nritya (Dance), Bhava (Mystical Sufi Songs), Niti Gyan (Moral Wisdom through fairy tales) and a drama to convey Gaurav (Pride) for the motherland enthralled the viewers. The release of the Annual Newsletter by the Chairman and the Annual Prize Distribution showcased the laurels brought by the students and motivated them to scale newer heights. The event was a grand success and set the momentum for even higher excellence in the times to come.



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(8th - 12th) January 2015 – CBSE Athletic Meet 2014-15

Rahul Mohanta of class XII B represented SGS at 19th CBSE Athletic Meet 2014-15 held at Mahsana, Gujarat from 8th – 12th January 2015 and performed well.










(2nd - 6th) January 2015 – National School Games Judo Competition

Bhupender of class XII B participated in National School Games Judo Competition held at Thyagraj Stadium from 2nd – 6th January 2015. He secured Ist position and got selected for World School Games trial.






January 2015 – Football Tournament

Shourya Tiwari student of III-A participated in 4 on 4 Football Tournament organized by Letz Play India at Dwarka and got awarded with best player of the tournament under 10 category.







 
 
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