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24 JULY 2014 - National Level Achievement in the field of Art

CBSE had invited artwork from students all over India for use in CBSE Publications. Screening committee of CBSE selected the Art Work of Udit Kumar Thakran, a student of Class X (presently in class XI) of SGS. The same has been published in CBSE Calendar for the year 2014.

Please find attached CBSE Calendar 2014 and Appreciation Certificate.




(15 - 16) July 2014 - Delhi Inter School Sports Fiesta 2014: Badminton Championship

Students of SGS participated in Delhi Inter School Sports Fiesta 2014 in the Badminton Championship. Priyansh Gakhar of class XI won the first prize and Rohan Bakshi of class XI won the second prize in the Under – 17 category. Rahul Kant of class XI also participated in the Under – 17 category and performed well. They all have performed par excellence in all the matches and were highly appreciated by the referee’s and other schools that had participated in the same. These students have made SGS proud and we wish them the very best in upcoming tournaments.

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(12th - 13th) July 2014 - Roller Skating Championship

SGS students participated in Lal Bahadur shashtri Memorial Roller Skating Championship – 2014 held at Yamuna sports Complex, Surajmal Vihar, Delhi. The students of Sachdeva Global School performed extremely well and won 5 Gold and 1 Bronze Medal.

NAME CLASS MEDALS
JASMINE KAUR HANJRA V A 1 GOLD
1 BRONZE
SOURABH SANGWAN VII A 2 GOLD
SHUBHAM SINGH XIB 2 GOLD



11th July 2014 - Workshop for Drivers and Helpers

A very interesting and interactive e workshop was conducted by the School Head Novita Chopra ma’am for our transport department employees, mainly the drivers and conductors. The session began with an interactive session in which Novita ma’am went to explain in details the importance of the role of our drivers and conductors. She also showed them videos about the challenging conditions of Indian roads and applauded their efforts in keeping the students and staff of SGS safe and happy. She encouraged them to keep working with all their hearts. The session was made even more interesting with a game that the driver - conductor teams participated in. The drivers were given a picture each and they were not supposed to show it to the helpers. Drivers were expected to describe the picture and helpers were asked to draw the picture on the sheets provided. This game was to help them understand how important effective communication is between the driver and helper in a bus for it to function smoothly.

After this the school counselor showed them a short movie educating about Indian laws in helping a road accident victim and talked about how one must address parents, teachers and other staff. Thus the session ended on a high note with a refreshing break from the routine work for our drivers and bus helpers in the SGS family.

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10th July 2014 - Joey’s Laboratory

With an aim of motivating students of classes III- V and to cultivate a scientific and analytical mind, Sachdeva Global School organized a workshop on 10th July 2014. The program titled ‘Joey’s Laboratory’ was introduced in this workshop by ‘Z Life Education’ group.

They demonstrated various innovative and eye catching experiments like Liquid Nitrogen Show, Bubble Mania, Blower Activity etc.

The experiments caught the attention and interest of the students and were appreciated by all. Students were also given registration forms to become member of Joey’s Laboratory – Science Club.

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2013 - 2014 – Science Olympiad (SOF)

Akshadha Sharma of Class IV C achieved State Rank 08 in International English Olympiad and Vidit Khandelwal of Class V B scored State Rank 24 in National Science Olympiad organized by SOF.

They were awarded with 2 DVD’s, Magazine Subscriptions and Merit Certificates.




5th July 2014 - Dwarka Toppers’ Student Award 2014

Dwarka Parichay organized – DWARKA TOPPERS’ STUDENT AWARD 2014 on Saturday, 5th July 2014. Following students SALIL ARORA, ANKUSH PAHAL, RAHUL JAISWAL, RAKSHIT SAHAY, S. PADMASHREE, SUMIT GUPTA, IPSA JAISWAL, NISHANT SHARMA, NITIN SHARMA, PRANESH KUMAR PANKAJ, ANUJ CHIKKARA and BHAVYA KHATRI of SGS were felicitated by Sh. B. N. Mishra Chairman, NSIT
















28th June 2014 - HT Workshop: The Way to Happiness

To inoculate happy and healthy human beings, it is imperative that their mentors. Lead a happy, peaceful and centered life. Towards this end. SGS tilled “Way to Happiness” in association with “The way to Foundation India” on 28th July 2014.

It was an illuminating session with the speaker, Mr. Rohit Sharma, having the teachers glued to their seats through the medium of videos, games and discussions. The session started at 09:30 in the morning with a discussion on happiness and justice. There were videos with brief anecdote demonstrating twenty one key ideas to attain happiness in life. These ideas revolved around interpersonal relationships, moral values and ethics. The entire workshop claimed to provide a common sense guide to a better living. The teachers participated in the discussions enthusiastically and had an enriching interactive session with the speaker. They brainstormed about the meaning of justice, values, morality and various other significant issues. They seemed to thoroughly enjoy the session and pitched in with different suggestions. In a nutshell, it was an active start towards the forthcoming session.

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(24th - 27th) June 2014 - ABACUS Workshop

In an endeavour to materialize the concept of a performing teacher, Sachdeva Global School conducted an intensive workshop dwelling upon the maxims of Abacus. It was a full-fledged 4-day certified programme from 24th June to 27th June for the teachers of classes Buds – II from Sachdeva Global School, Queens Valley School & S R World School. The workshop was an enriching experience inclusive of the comprehensive calculations followed by a thorough practice in the form of worksheets. It proved to be a boon leading to its crux through the evaluation of teachers in the form of a viva and a written test. Eventually the HoS of Sachdeva Global School, Mrs. Novita Chopra applauded the teachers’ efforts by giving away the certificates. In a nutshell, it served its motto of making abacus operational in the classroom situation for optimum learning.

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24th June 2014 – Workshop on Student Teacher Rapport

Who is a teacher? It is not someone who merely teaches or preaches, but one who inspires the students to put forth their best. In this sense, she is a facilitator and guide. But she also needs to be a friend, a compassionate figure and an ideal to follow. So it is important for a teacher to have a good rapport with the students. In order to ensure this, Sachdeva Global School organized a workshop on ‘Student Teacher Rapport’ on 24 June 2014 in collaboration with the Times of India. Mrs. Vandana Tandon was the spokesperson. She stressed on the importance of body language and stated that a teacher who is confident and has a smile on her face is the one who is able to win over the students.

She emphasized that a teacher needs to encourage and motivate every student in the class, and appreciate their good work.

In this interactive workshop, it was unanimously agreed that tone and voice modulation play a very important role and affect the student teacher relation. If a teacher uses the two magical words ‘please’ and ‘thank you’, she can inculcate it very easily in the students as the students observe and follow her behavior and actions very minutely.

The workshop was successful in motivating each teacher to understand, empathize with and treat each student as a distinct personality with specific personality traits. The teachers felt refreshed and had a keen sense of pride in their role in society.

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May 2014 - Visit to NASA USA

Preparatory Workshops were conducted on 3rd May 2014, for the teachers, students and parents of students who visited Washington (White House & Capital), Orlando (Disneyland, Universal Studio, Kennedy Space Centre, Newyork (Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building) and Boston (MIT & Harvard) in the month of May 2014.

Workshop–1: Pre Departure Attended by students, parent and teachers who all were travelling.

This preparatory workshop was designed to equip the student, his/her parents/guardians and accompanying teachers with all the information that they will require to embark upon their ‘edventure’ to USA NASA. From handling over of the students’ travel documents to their Knowledge Kit, from answering FAQs to explaining travel regulations – this exhaustive workshop dealt with prerequisites of this coveted program.

Workshop-2: Launch Pad Attended by all students who were travelling.

This interactive workshop was an introduction to NASA and the basic laws that govern rocket science. It was designed keeping in mind the dynamics of age, class and interest levels of students who participated in this program. It prepared the child to learn and grasp the concepts at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center better by initiating them to the world of space through hands-on activities, multi-media presentation, quizzes and discussions.

Workshop-3: Young Authors Program was attended by students and teachers who were travelling. This workshop introduced the child to EdTerra’s proprietary on journey project – Young Authors Program. During the workshop students were familiarized to the concept of travel writing; research, content development, captioning and other factors that are necessary to write effectively for a target audience. This workshop was also focused at team-work, task division and effective time management so that they understand the value of synergy and collaboration not just during their journey, but for life.

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8th May 2014 - Mother’s Day

Children love their mothers the most. To show gratitude and respect towards their mothers, students of Class II D presented a wonderful special assembly on 08-05-2014.

It began with the prayer followed by ‘Thought for the day’, a speech presenting their feelings as to why they love their mother and a beautiful poem on mothers. The assembly continued with a mesmerizing and heart touching dance performance on the songs called “Luka Chupi” and “Meri Maa” especially dedicated to all the mothers.

Finally the Head of the School, Mrs. Novita Chopra graced the assembly and appreciated the students for presenting a heart-warming assembly.

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07th May 2014 - Visit to Traffic Park

Everyday people die on the roads due to reckless driving, speeding etc. and we blame the government for failing to provide good roads. But as responsible citizens, we can make the roads safer for all by simply following some basic traffic rules. In order to educate the students about traffic rules, Sachdeva Global School organised a visit to Traffic Park where the inspector in charge showed the children around the park and discussed the importance of following traffic rules. He familiarized them with various road signs and also told them about the use of subways, footpaths, over bridges and zebra crossings. He encouraged the children to speak to their parents about avoiding the use of cell phones while driving. The awareness related to risks of under age driving was also explained to them. Students were quite inquisitive about things related to traffic rules and their queries were answered gracefully.

It was surely a fruitful trip which was also an enriching learning experience for the children.

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7th May 2014 – Education Trip to Air Force Museum

Sachdeva Global School organized an educational trip to the prestigious Air Force Museum at Palam Air Force Station with the Times of India on 7 May 2014. The students were amazed to see the wide collection of aeroplanes and armoury of Indian Air Force. They were made aware of the history of Indian Air Force through paintings, uniforms and models of aircrafts and were thus able to appreciate its progressive growth. The trip successfully inculcated a sense of pride in the students towards the Defence Forces in general and the Air Force in particular. Many also felt motivated to dwell on Defence services as one of their coveted career options.



5th May 2014 - Workshop on Road Safety

Everyday people die on the roads due to reckless driving, speeding etc. and we blame the government for failing to provide good roads. But as responsible citizens we can make the roads safer for all by simply following some basic traffic rules. In order to educate the students about traffic rules, Sachdeva Global School organized a workshop on ‘Road Safety’ in May. Officials from Delhi traffic police were invited to explain to the students the importance of following traffic rules to remain safe. Students were also shown videos of some major road accidents, which acted as eye openers for them. The awareness related to risk of under aged driving was also explained to them.

Students were quite inquisitive and their queries were answered by the police officials. It was an enriching experience for the students and teachers.

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2nd May 2014 - A Visit to Goonj

To promote the idea of Green School and continue with its social initiatives, students of SGS of class VIII paid an enlightening visit to an NGO-Goonj on 2nd May 2014 wherein they were sensitized towards the striving lifestyle of the rural children. It aimed at materialising the concept of 3R’s (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle) to preserve the environment. Students were made to immerse into the deep ocean of creativity with the display of earnest efforts of the female employees of the organisation which included various programmes such as “cloth for work” & “not just a piece of cloth”. The visit assimilated a sense of responsibility in the students of SGS by donating materials including woollen clothes, toys, ration items etc they felt contended and rejuvenated.

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1st May 2014 – Magic Mania

Thursday, 1st May 2014 witnessed Sachdeva Global School buzzing with joy and excitement as a fantastic MAGIC SHOW was organized for the classes III-V in association with the Hindustan Times. The students entered the world of illusion as astounding tricks were performed by the magician making use of various props and animals. Volunteers from among the students and teachers were also invited to be a part of several tricks. The magical moments brought alive, dazzled the students and left them spellbound as the magician created an aura of mystery and exuberance. The fun filled show enthralled everyone present for 45 minutes and ended with a big round of applause.

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28th April 2014 – Declamation Competition – World Within

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 Blooms had a Declamation Competition on the theme ‘World Within’. The children spoke on various current issues prevailing in the society such as child labour, Adult Literacy, Child marriage, save girl child etc. Relevant props were also used by children. The event was a great success with maximum participation of children from all classes of Blooms.

NAME CLASS POSITION
VANSHIKA BANWARI
BLOOMS-C
FIRST
KHUSHNOOR KAUR
BLOOMS-D
FIRST
NAITIK DHAWAN
BLOOMS-B
SECOND
ASMI JAIN
BLOOMS-A
SECOND
ARUSH JAIN
BLOOMS-E
SECOND
HARLEEN KAUR HANJRA
BLOOMS-B
SECOND
NIYATI DAHIYA
BLOOMS-A
THIRD
YADUVIR GUPTA
BLOOMS-D
THIRD
MUSKAN
BLOOMS-B
THIRD
AKSHITA CHAUHAN
BLOOMS-B
APPRECIATION
MISHIKA
BLOOMS-A
APPRECIATION

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(26-27) April 2014 – 1st Arturo Grecco Memorial Roller Skating Championship - 2014

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka have won 3 Gold and 3 silver and 2 Bronze medals in the 1st ARTURO GRECCO MEMORIAL ROLLER SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP 2014.

Organized by Grecco Roller Skating School, held at J. D. TYTLER SCHOOL, Rajinder Nagar New Delhi on 26th & 27th of April 2014.

Almost 710 skaters from 70 School all over India took part. Saurabh Sangwan of class VII A and Shubham Singh of Class XI B were declared the BEST SKATERS of their age group and also won a cash price of Rs.1000/- each.

NAME CLASS MEDALS
AADYA VIKRAM SINGH
V B
1 BRONEZ
NAVAL LATA
VIB
1 SILVER
SOURABH SANGWAN
VII A
2 GOLD, 1 SILVER
Rs. 1000/-
SHUBHAM SINGH
XIB
1 GOLD, 1 SILVER,
1 BRONZE
Rs. 1000/-


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23rd April 2014 - NIIT'S Science Project Making Competition

A Science project making competition was organised by HT-PACE in association with NIIT university on 4th December 2013. Our school presented two projects which were:
  • Eco Friendly Vehicle
  • Eco Friendly Pesticides

The valedictory function for the same was conducted at the National Museum of National History, Mandi House, on 23rd April 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 18 students from classes XI – XII participated in the event. There were around 50 schools participating from Delhi & NCR region. All the participants were given souvenirs by HT-PACE. It was an educative and enriching experience for the students who were exposed to the different kinds of Science projects fielded by students of various schools.



23rd April 2014 – Create to Inspire School Programme

We are glad to announce that our school has been awarded certificate of Environment Excellence and certificate for the best use of sustainability toolkit by the department of Environment (Govt. of NCT OF DELHI).

The award ceremony took place at the Delhi Secretariat Auditorium where the students presented their project followed by the puppet show. The Nokia Create to Inspire School Program was launched in Delhi in July 2013 in partnership with the Department of Environment, Govt. of NCT of Delhi and GIZ. The program is an out-of-box initiative aimed at building environmental leadership in teachers and students. SGS students undertook the project and did activities ranged from running environmental competitions, creating short environmental films, conducting street plays, engaging with local shops, conducting waste / water / energy audits, and driving e-waste collection.


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22nd April 2014 – International Earth Day

Earth Day is the day we celebrate for our amazing planet Earth and pledge to protect it. Our beautiful planet is constantly being ravaged by human activities and we seem to have forgotten that this is our home. Over the centuries we have mercilessly utilized and depleted the Earth’s resources and as a result we have to face Earth's wrath. And to spread awareness about ways every one of us can help save our Planet Earth, the students of Class II-C conducted the morning assembly on the topic ‘International Earth Day’ on 22nd April 2014.

Using slogans and props, they spoke of the urgent need to make our lifestyles and personal habits environmental friendly. It was emphasized that each one of us can make a difference and we cannot afford to wait for a catastrophe.

Mrs. Novita Chopra, Head of the School congratulated the students for their highly informative assembly and emphasized on the fact that we should realise what a gift planet Earth is. Any small effort of ours can go a long way in saving the mankind. It is in our hands that we leave behind a healthy and prosperous planet to our future generations and create a peaceful co-existence.

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(18th – 20th) April 2014 - 41st Delhi State Roller Skating Championship 2014

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka have won 5 Gold and 3 silver and 3 Bronze medals in the 41st Delhi State Roller Skating Championship 2014 organized by Delhi Skating Association, affiliated to Roller Skating Federation of India, held at Pitam Pura Sports Complex, Pitam Pura, New Delhi from (18th – 20th) April 2014.

Saurabh Sangwan of class VII A and Shubham Singh of Class XI B were declared the BEST Skater of their age group. Almost 520 skaters from all over Delhi took part.

NAME CLASS PRIZE
UJJWAL KUMAR PANDEY IV A SILVER
AADYA VIKRAM SINGH V A GOLD, 2 BRONZE
SAHIL DALAL VII B SILVER
SOURABH SANGWAN VII A 2 GOLD,  SILVER
SHUBHAM SINGH XI B 2 GOLD, BRONZE




17th April 2014 – Special Assembly Good Friday

Good Friday is observed on the Friday before Easter Sunday. Good Friday is the day when Christians remember the crucifixion of Jesus Christ by fasting, praying, repenting and meditating. It’s the most solemn day of the year.

Special assembly on Good Friday was conducted by the students of Class II-B on 17th April 2014. The assembly started with the morning prayer, ‘Thought for the day’ followed by a short and informative skit where the students enacted the birth of Jesus Christ, Spread of Christianity and Crucifixion. Later birthday students were called on the stage and were wished. It continued with a hilarious joke that amused everyone.

The Head of the School Mrs. Novita Chopra spoke a few words of encouragement to the students and shared her views about the informative assembly and appreciated students for their efforts.

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15th April 2014 – Chess Club

SGS has started CHESS CLUB in collaboration with Delhi Chess Association (Regd.) which is affiliated to All India Chess federation. As it is known that chess inculcates the power of logical thinking, strategy building, helps a great deal in studies due to improved concentration and is pivotal in helping a young child to learn the art of decision making. The endeavor is to teach students the Game of Chess and then train them to take the game competitively as well by participating in various states, national and international competitions.

The whole syllabus is provided by FIDE, the World Chess Federation.




(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 – Baisakhi Celebration

Baisakhi is an ancient harvest festival celebrated across the Northern Indian Subcontinent. It is one of the major festivals of Sikhs and is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm and happiness in the state of Punjab as well as all over the country.

On Friday 11th April 2014, the school celebrated ‘Baisakhi’ festival in the morning assembly. Students of class II-A, gave a brief introduction about Baisakhi followed by thought for the day, colourful Bhangda Dance and Joke.

Mrs. Novita Chopra, Head of School congratulated the students for the wonderful assembly and motivated the students to perform good deeds and to show love, care and respect to their teachers, family members and friends.

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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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7th April 2014 – Inter School Yoga Championship

Inter School Yoga Championship were held at N. K. Bagrodia Public School Sec-4, Dwarka, New Delhi-110078 on 7th April 2014. In the championship more than 175 student from different schools participated. 12 students of SGS participated under different age categories.

Two students were felicitated:
NAME CLASS POSITION
ARPITA TOMAR
V
FIRST
(8-12 YRS.) AGE GROUP
ABHISHEK TIWARI
IX
THIRD
(12-17 YRS.) AGE GROUP


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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 – Selected for Trinity Grade II Examination

Congratulations!!! Tavish Sharma (Class XI) and Ruchir Dhingra (Class IX) for having cleared GRADE - 1 of Piano curriculum of "Trinity College, London", with merits. They have been awarded with Merit Certificates and are now qualified to appear for grade II examination in Piano.






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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27th February 2014 – Delhi State Best Student Award by Paryavaran Mitra

We are glad to announce that S. Padmashree (young leader for change) has been awarded the Best student award at state level.

The State Level Paryavaran Mitra Puraskar Jury for the Delhi NCR region was organized by CEE Delhi on Thursday, 27th February 2014 at the India International Centre, New Delhi. A total of 12 schools and 6 students shortlisted for the Best School and the Young Leader for Change awards respectively were invited to present their projects after the screening of the reports.

The schools and students made presentations of their projects in a prescribed format which was judged by a panel of eminent jury members comprising Dr Dinesh Kumar, Additional Director, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangthan, Prof Manjula Batra, Dean, Faculty of Law, Jamia Milia Islamia, Dr Kiran Chokkar, Independent Consultant and Mr Sandeep Sethi, Education Officer, Central Board of Secondary Education.Mr Devinder Singh Arora, General Manager, Arcelor Mittal, supporter and partner of the Paryavaran Mitra Programme gave away the awards.

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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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January 2014 – National Painting Competition OGCF 2014

Noorain Sheikh of class X participated in the Painting Competition by PCRA for Oil & Gas Conservation Fortnight (OGCF 2014).

She won consolation prize of Rs. 2000/ and a certificate of merit in National Level Painting Competition.







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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(8th – 11th) January 2014 - School Games National

Sourabh Sangwan, a student of class VI A Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka won a Bronze medal at inter Zonal Skating Championship and Shubham Singh, a student of Class X A, having won 3 silver medal in the inter zonal skating championship, went on to participate in the School Games Federation National, held at Ameya Classic Club, Virar, Mumbai between 8th to 11th January 2014. He performed with enthusiasm n zeal.








 
 
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