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29th November 2016 – United We Stand, Divided We Fall

‘United we stand, divided we fall’- so goes the proverb. The meaning of this proverb is that if we stay together, then nobody can defeat us. However, if we keep fighting amongst ourselves over trivial matters, then outsiders may take advantage of our internal weakness. This is true both at micro and macro level. A large nation can stay free and independent only if the citizens and states of the country stay united. Similarly, if the members within a family support each other and stand together at difficult times, then no outsider puts his evil eyes on the family. To tell us more about the proverb, the students of class I B presented an assembly on the topic ‘UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL’ on 29 November 2016.

The assembly started with the students taking turn to throw light on the importance of unity. It was followed by a poem which was recited beautifully by all the students. Thereafter, the students enacted a skit which showed that unity is strength.

The assembly concluded with the distribution of certificates and medals to the winners of ‘CAMEL ART’ contest by the HOS, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar.

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28th November 2016 – Role Play Competition

“Role Play as an Animal” competition was conducted for the studetns of class Blooms on 28th November 2016. It was amazing to see our student dressed up adorably as cute little animals. Each child got an opportunity to come up on stage and speak few lines about the animal he/she was emulating.

Their expressions and confidence was admirable. They spoke about different animals and their babies, home and sounds. It proved to be an effective learning tool f or the little ones where they put themselves in place of animals and learnt to be considerate towards them.

The winners of the competition were:
NAME CLASS POSITION
ARUSHI KUMARI BLOOMS-A FIRST
ANSHIKA BLOOMS-A SECOND
VEDANT BLOOMS-A THIRD
TANISH GARG BLOOMS-B FIRST
VANI DHOBAL BLOOMS-B SECOND
RAVIT SOBTI BLOOMS-B SECOND
ALISHBA AKHTER BLOOMS-B THIRD
SHREYANSH CHOUDHARY BLOOMS-C FIRST
LAVANYA KOUL BLOOMS-C SECOND
MANYA BLOOMS-C THIRD
AARIKA GUPTA BLOOMS-D FIRST
NITIKA SHUKLA BLOOMS-D SECOND
DEVANSHI BALYAN BLOOMS-D THIRD
AADYA MISHRA BLOOMS-E FIRST
HUNAR SALUJA BLOOMS-E SECOND
AVIKA SOLANKI BLOOMS-E THIRD


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25th November 2016 – Show and Tell Competition

Competition helps the students to gain confidence and improve their oral skills. Keeping this in mind a Show and Tell competition for class Buds was organized on 25th November 2016.

Children came well prepared and brought a number of different objects like Doraemon, Barbie, Jaggu Bandar, Chota Bheem, Doctor Kit etc and used it in an innovative way to describe it with lot of confidence, facial expression and voice modulation. The judges were impressed by the way the children conducted themselves. While announcing the achievers they congratulated each participant for the excellent effort put up in.

The winners of the competition were as follows
NAME CLASS POSITION
RISHABH GUPTA BUDS - A FIRST
AMISHI BHATIA BUDS - A SECOND
RAMANPREET KAUR BUDS – A THIRD
ALISHA ABHISHEK KADAM BUDS – B FIRST
KANAV JHA BUDS – B SECOND
MISHKA KAPOOR BUDS – B THIRD
KARTIK SEHGAL BUDS – C FIRST
SHREYANSH BATRA BUDS - C SECOND
ARKITA BISHT BUDS – C THIRD
SAANVI TIWARI BUDS – D FIRST
VAISHNAVI BUDS – D SECOND
ISHRAT GHAI BUDS - D THIRD




25th November 2016 – One Nation Reading Together 2016

There are many little ways to enlarge your childs world, love of books is the best of all

In our mission to encourage children to read more and explore. The schol organized One Nation Reading Together activity which was hled on 25th November 2016. This is an annual event where children celebrate reading with pleasure and enrich their knowledge. Students of classes III – VI enthusiastically participated in this activity. They assembled in the school ground with varied books of their interest and took a plede to read more. It was great learning experience a step forward to bring boks and children together.

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(24 & 28) November 2016 – Moral Story Telling Competition (Classes I – II)

“Stories can conquer fear….they can make the heart bigger”
Stories with morals teach children about being sensitive and accepting the values of friendship and loyalty, courage and honesty, overcoming obstacles and apologizing. In order to instill these positive values in the children a Moral Story Telling competition was organized for the students of class I & II on 24 November 2016 and 28 November 2016 respectively.

The students came up with excellent stories and narrated them confidently. Based on their individual performances in the preliminary round, students were then selected for the final round. The students performed extremely well. They were dressed in appropriate costumes and used beautiful props to depict their stories. The competition helped the students in understanding the moral values, good behavior and positive character traits.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
VIHAAN OBEROI I – A FIRST
HANSITA GUPTA I – C FIRST
SIDDHI RAWAT I – B SECOND
DIVYANSH ARORA I – C SECOND
SHAURYA KUKREJA I – A THIRD
ANSH YADAV I – D THIRD
ATHARV ARORA II – B FIRST
ARUSH JAIN II – C FIRST
NAITIK DHAWAN II – D SECOND
SUVAN PATRA II – D SECOND
VANSHIKA BANWARI II – A THIRD
AVNI VERMA II – A THIRD
NAMISH DUTT II – C THIRD


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22nd November 2016 – A Stitch in Time Saves Nine

“Never leave that till tomorrow which you can do today”
- Benjamin Franklin
The proverb ‘A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE’ highlights that prompt action should be taken to correct anything that goes wrong. It is much easier to repair the damage at an early stage. If ignored, even a small problem or difficulty may become too big to solve. A piece of cloth must be stitched at once even if slightly torn. If ignored, the hole or tear in the cloth may get widened beyond repair. In that case, the cloth may become useless. If a person falls ill, he should seek medical advice immediately else it may become too late to diagnose the problem. Similarly, it is very important to check bad habits at an early stage; else, it may not be possible to get control over them.

To tell us more about the proverb, the students of class I-A presented an informative assembly on the topic ‘A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE’ on 22 November 2016. The studentsspoke beautifully and laid stress upon the fact that anything wrong must be corrected as soon as possible. They enacted a skit to show that work done in time saves a lot of labour, later on and that one should always take right action at an opportune moment.

Thereafter, certificates were given away to the winners of ‘Clay Modeling’ competition (Classes Buds - Blooms) by the HOS, Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar.

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11th November 2016 – Children’s Day Celebration

Children’s day is celebrated in India to commemorate the birth anniversary of PanditJawaharlal Nehru. The occasion is celebrated on 14th November every year with great splendor. Pt. Nehru was extremely fond of young children. It is due to his love and passion that this day is marked as children’s day.

The primary wing of SGS celebrated children’s daywith great joy and jubilation. The children of Buds D started the assembly with a ‘welcome song’. The stage was beautifully decorated with colorful balloons. They also presented a Hindi rhyme on the theme. It was followed by a lively dance on the song ‘Mermaid Party’ and raised the audience to applaud. The assembly was enjoyed by all.

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10th November 2016 – Gurudwara Visit

“Satguru nanak pargateya miti dhund jag chanan hova”

Guru Nanak birthday also known as Gurupurab, celebrates the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Nanak DevJi. On this auspicious occasion, the students of classes I & II went for a visit to the Gurudwara in Sector-11, Dwarka on 10.11.2016. The students took the blessings of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji and enchanted the mool mantra. Thereafter, they were served with karahprashad by the gurudwara volunteer. The visit was organized to make the students understand the importance of festivals in general and in particular. The children had bright smiling faces and a good learning experience at the gurudwara.

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5th November 2016 – Annual Picnic – Eco Adventure Camp

Adventure camp is a day camp that offers a welcoming, lively, safe, positive and diverse environment where children gain confidence and build self-esteem in addition to creating new standard of physical fitness.

A fun filled adventure camp was organized at Eco Adventure Camp Najafgarh. Students of Buds – I participated in around 10-12 activities as per their age group. The camp exposed campers to a variety of challenging and exciting activities like swinging bridge, Hip pity Hop race, laser beam, commando crawl, Hamster wheel and other energizing games. These activities helped to strengthen teamwork and personal accomplishments. The amount of energy and enthusiasm exhibited by students was enthralling. Overall it was a joyful and enriching experience.

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28th October 2016 – Robotics Competition

Students of Sachdeva Global School participated in Robodex6 competition (Seniors: IX-XII) at DPS, Dwarka on 28th October 2016. Rythum Bawa of IX A and Tushar Srivastva of IXB brought laurels to the school by bagging the second position in ’Shot Put Event’. It was a track and field event in which the robot, which was made by the students and was supposed to ‘throw’ a ball. Globalites made a wonderful ball launcher mechanism and hit the 1.57m mark. Children enjoyed the competition and showcased their talent.

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27th October 2016 – Clay Modeling Competition

Clay Modeling is a great way to help children to develop imagination and spark creativity. It also helps to develop hand – eye coordination. Young minds can think new and big with play-dough.

Keeping this in mind Clay modeling competition was organized for Buds & Blooms students on 27th October 2016. They made their own beautiful sun, snake, shapes, flowers, swan etc and displayed them with pride. Students were very enthusiastic and participated actively and very well executed their talents.
NAME CLASS POSITION
LAVANYA SHARMA BUDS - A FIRST
AMISHI BHATIA BUDS - A SECOND
RAMANPREET KAUR BUDS – A SECOND
ANVI SRIVASTAVA BUDS - A THIRD
JIYA SHARMA BUDS - A THIRD
ALISHA ABHISHEK KADAM BUDS - B FIRST
MISHKA KAPUR BUDS - B SECOND
REYANSH BHARGAVA BUDS - B SECOND
RYNA SEHWAG BUDS - B THIRD
AVYUKT ARORA BUDS - B THIRD
RIDHIMA SHARMA BUDS - C FIRST
PARTH YADAV BUDS - C SECOND
KRISHANK BUDS - C THIRD
NIMISHA RAWAT BUDS - C THIRD
VAISHNAVI BUDS - D FIRST
SAANVI BUDS - D SECOND
ISHRAT GHAI BUDS - D THIRD
NEHA VERMA BLOOMS-A FIRST
ANSHIKA BLOOMS-A SECOND
PARIDHI BLOOMS-A THIRD
VEDANT BLOOMS-A THIRD
TANISH BLOOMS-B FIRST
ANIKA KATIYAR BLOOMS-B SECOND
SATVIK CHOUDHARY BLOOMS-B SECOND
HAZEL BLOOMS-B THIRD
ALISHBA AKHTER BLOOMS-B THIRD
HAZEL BLOOMS-B THIRD
ALISHBA AKHTER BLOOMS-B THIRD
LAVANYA KOUL BLOOMS-C FIRST
ADITYA BLOOMS-C SECOND
ALEENA KHAN BLOOMS-C SECOND
SAANVI SINGH BLOOMS-C THIRD
HARPAHUL SINGH BEDI BLOOMS-C THIRD
AARIKA GUPTA BLOOMS-D FIRST
AADINATH R BLOOMS-D FIRST
STUTI ARORA BLOOMS-D SECOND
TIA BHATIA BLOOMS-D THIRD
TEJAS PANDEY BLOOMS-E FIRST
HUNAR SALUJA BLOOMS-E SECOND
ANUSHKA SARKAR BLOOMS-E THIRD
AKSHAJ KATIYAR BLOOMS-E THIRD




27th October 2016 – Annual Athletic Sports Meet 2016

Sachdeva Global School’s Annual Sports Meet, held on Thursday, 27 October 2016 was the most awaited event in the school calendar. Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar, Head of School, was the Chief Guest for the event. The most solemn partof the ceremony was the Relay of the Torch by the School’s Head boy and Head girl. Following this, the Chief Guest administered the oath to the athletes, thereafter hoisting the flag and declaring the Meet open, amidst thunderous applause.

The bevy of events for the day included Monkey crawling race, Ready for school race, Sideward run, Side-leg Hopping, Sack race, Push-up and run race to name a few. Interspersed among these was a mesmerizing and colourful Skating demonstration which was an extremely well-synchronized display and drew hearty applause from the crowd. There was an outstanding presentation of physical fitness through Skipping by the Rope Skipping Federation. Everyone watched with abated breath as the boys performed with co-ordination andand sheer excellence.As the students’ wild cheers rent the air, the athletes, with grit and determination, raced to achieve victory. The day ended with the declaration of the results and the prize distribution ceremony.

Thereafter, the Head of School proposed a vote of thanks and complimented the students and the staff for their hard-work and dedication. In a nutshell, the athletic meet was a treat to the spectators, as well as the participants, with the values of sportsmanship and teamwork resonating in the school grounds with energetic vibe and vigor.

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25th October 2016 – Diwali: Festival of Light

Diwali also known as Deepavali and the “festival of light” is an ancient Hindu festival. The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil & hope over despair.

Students of Buds-C presented a special assembly on the auspicious occasion of Diwali on 25 October 2016. The stage was decorated matching the festival spirit and the little ones came to school in traditional attire.

The assembly began with a few introductory lines where children threw light on the importance of ‘Diwali’. They also presented a Hindi rhyme on the same and performed a lively dance on the song Happy Diwali.

At the end our respected HOS threw light on the importance of the festival and also conveyed a special message to celebrate eco-friendly Diwali by avoiding bursting crackers.

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24th October 2016 – Diwali Card Making

The significance of Diwali is the removal of darkness and ignorance from the mind

Diwali signifies the victory of light over darkness and evil. It also signifies the welcoming prosperity and wealth in the lives of all fellow beings irrespective of caste, creed or religion. To get in the festive mood and to celebrate Diwali, a card making competition was organized for the students of class I on 24.10.16. The theme for the competition was based on Diwali. The students exhibited their innovative ideas and made beautiful greeting cards by dint of their creativity. The competition helped students to enhance their unique set of capabilities. The competition was full of life, passion and spirit. It showed that creativity has a positive association with everyone.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
KUNSH CHITKARA I-A FIRST
AADRITO CHAKRAVORTY I-B FIRST
HARNOOR SINGH KOCHHAR I-C FIRST
ANSH KUMAR I-D FIRST
KENISHA SINGHAL I-A SECOND
LUCKY GUPTA I-D SECOND
OM SINGH I-C SECOND
DIVYANSH ARORA I-C SECOND
HITANSH DAHIYA I-D SECOND
ANSH YADAV I-D SECOND
DAIWIK DAHIYA I-D SECOND
ALISHA SINGHAL I-A THIRD
NIESHA MEHTA I-B THIRD
VEDANTI SHARMA I-C THIRD
RISHI SRIVASTAVA I-C THIRD
PRIYANSHI RATHI I-D THIRD
SWATHI J KARTHA I-D THIRD
MEGHAAJ LAKRA I-D THIRD




19th October 2016 – Math Quiz

To analyze and enhance the conceptual clarity and mental ability of the students,'INTER HOUSE MATH QUIZ' was organized for classes III-V on 19th October 2016. Providing every child with the opportunity to assess their knowledge, the preliminary round of the quiz was conducted, which aided the selection of three students per team. There were four teams in all. There were four rounds in the Quiz namely Puzzles (Visual Round), Logical Reasoning, Vedic Math and Rapid Fire Round. The students participated enthusiastically. It was a tough competition and the first position was bagged by the Harmony House.

The motive of the quiz was to provide the students with the knowledge of different mathematical facts build upon their prior knowledge and provide them with a better understanding of concepts already known to them. The quiz also helped the students in improving their logical and reasoning abilities.

Furthermore, the quiz did not only help the students to analyze the role of everyday events but also enhanced their interest in learning them. Such amazing facts were taught to the students through this quiz, that it served a great purpose in providing the children, learning in an active and interesting manner.



16th October 2016 – Dussehra Celebration

India is known as a land of festivals and celebrations. Dussehra celebrates the Hindu god Rama’s victory over the demon king Ravana and the triumph of good over evil.

We at SGS, believe in fostering an overall development in children by making them participate in school assemblies. The tiny tots of Buds B presented the Dussehra special assembly on 16th October 2016.

Keeping the festive spirit alive. The little ones were dressed up in their best. They showcased the story of Ramayana through a scintillating performance based on the theme. The attractive costumes, songs and the fascinating props made the assembly worth viewing. To mark Lord Rama’s victory over Ravana and to reinforce the message that good always triumphs evil.

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14th October 2016 – Workshop - BML Munjal University

On 14th October 2016, organized a workshop by BML Munjal University for the students of class XII it was conducted by Head of Marketing, BML Munjal University and Sr. Counselor, Munjal University. The workshop introduced the participating students to various soft skills needed for vocational success regardless of the career one takes up and highlighted their importance. As it was pointed out 53% of graduates in India are unemployable because of their lack of such necessary soft skills.

The most important of these skills were grouped together as the super seven-communication skills, adaptability, the yin-yang of independent competence and the ability of working in a team, an innovative and entrepreneurial approach, knowledge about a wide range of subjects, and perhaps the most important, ethics. The students were also given guidance on how they could acquire and build these skills. Without a doubt, this workshop was immensely helpful for all the students who had gathered there.



7th October 2016 – Visit to Dwarka Court

A court is a government institution with the authority to settle legal disputes between parties and carry out justice in civil, criminal and administrative matters. The system of courts interprets and applies the law. Therefore, the students of class VIII of Sachdeva Global School were taken to the District court of Dwarka to provide them with some basic understanding of court functioning. This gave them an opportunity to witness the court proceedings and to interact with Legal Department Judges. Students went to the MCD court, Mahila court, Family court and various other courts to gain first hand experience of the court hearings and procedures.

Students also got to know about the ‘Mediation Cell’ and appreciated it, as a time saving and better instrument to solve out disputes. A question-answer session was also organised in the conference hall of the court in which Mr.Gupta, Legal Secretary Dwarka Court and a senior judge, solved various queries of the students. Students participated in an enthusiastic manner. By the end of the session, students were provided with the information about POCSO (Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act) 2012. It was a brainstorming session where students learnt a lot of things.

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6th October 2016 – Rally – Environment Conservation

Students of classes IV and V carried out, a ‘Rally’ on ‘Environment Conservation’ on 6th October 2016. They covered few markets of Dwarka and sensitized the people on the need to save the environment.

They used the slogans –

‘Do something drastic, cut the plastic!
Say no to plastic!
Water water everywhere, Save it if you care!
Save water, - every drop counts!

The children also presented a ‘Street Play’ to spread the awareness to Save Mother Nature. They distributed Grocery Bags which had slogans like save energy, save trees etc written on them to various shopkeepers and vendors.

The Rally was a success and the children and the teachers encouraged the gerneral public to understand their surroundings and become environment friendly.

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October 2016 – Health and Dental Hygiene Workshop

Keeping up with its motto to provide a healthy environment for growth, SGS organized a ‘Health and Dental Hygiene Workshop’ in association with ‘Savlon Swasth India’ for the students of Classes III-V.

The workshop focussed on the importance of maintaining healthy habits. Students were explained and demonstrated the correct method of washing hands to keep them free from germs. An animated video was shown to highlight the dangers of not washing hands before meals. They were informed about preventive measures to save themselves from diseases.

In the end, students were provided with samples of Savlon soap and certificates for attending the workshop.



30th September 2016 – Talent Hunt Competition (Buds – Blooms)

Our school has been providing various opportunities to students to bring out their inherent talents. A talent hunt competition was organized for Buds – Blooms level on 30th Septmeber 2016 to encourage the children to come forward and show their talents.

The main reason behind organizing this competition is to nurture the intrinsic qualitites of students and remove the fear of stage among students, which helps in personality development too.

Students exhibited their talent in various activities. They sang hindi songs, they performed on traditional Rajasthani folk song, some danced and some of the children recite rhymes. Students of SGS were very enthusiastic and participated actively and very well executed their talents.

Results
NAME CLASS CATEGORY POSITION
ANSHIKA BUDS-D DANCE FIRST
SAANVI TIWARI BUDS-D DANCE FIRST
KANAV JHA BUDS-B DANCE SECOND
ALISHA ABHISHEK KADAM BUDS-B VOCAL SECOND
AADYA AGARWAL BUDS-C DANCE THIRD
RISHABH GUPTA BUDS-A VOCAL THIRD
PARTH YADAV BUDS-C VOCAL THIRD
RAHINI SINGHAL BUDS-B DANCE CONSULATION
MEHAR SUDAN BUDS-D VOCAL CONSULATION
SHREYANSH BATRA BUDS-C VOCAL CONSULATION
AADYA MISHRA BLOOMS-E DANCE FIRST
NITIKA SHUKLA BLOOMS-D DANCE FIRST
STUTI ARORA BLOOMS-D DANCE FIRST
ADVIKA BLOOMS-B DANCE SECOND
LAANYA BLOOMS-D DANCE SECOND
AVIKA SOLANKI BLOOMS-E VOCAL SECOND
AKSHAJ KATIYAR BLOOMS-E VOCAL THIRD
ANUSHKA SARKAR BLOOMS-E VOCAL THIRD
VANYA KARAKOTI BLOOMS-C DANCE CONSULATION
SHRYANSH BLOOMS-C VOCAL CONSULATION


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29th September 2016 – Assembly – The Indian Defence Force

The Indian Armed Forces are the military forces of the Republic of India. It consists of three professional uniformed forces: Indian Army, Indian Navy and Indian Air Force. On 29th September 2016 class IV-A students presented the special assembly on the Indian Defence Force. In this they highlighted about the three forces Of Indian Defence Force.

A group of students informed about the various functions of the Indian Defence Force. A small skit was also presented by the students in which they enacted as the officers of the Indian Defence Force and highlighted about the braveryof the officers. A studentwas also made to enact as the President who awarded the students enacting as officers with Paramveer Chakra for their achievements. Students who enacted as the officers spoke about their experiences and achievements after receiving the award which proved that our flag does not fly because the wind blows it,it flies with the last breath of each soldier who died defending it.Group song was also presented by the students which aroused the patriotic feeling among the students.

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26th Septmeber 2016 – Talent Hunt Competition (Classes I – II)

“Hide not your talents, they for use were made, what’s a sundial in the shade?”
- Benjamin Franklin

To provide platform to the students to exhibit their skills, a ‘Talent Hunt’ competition was organized for the students of classes I & II on 26.9.16. The students showcased their inherent talents and performed with full zeal and confidence. The competition included three categories: Vocal Music, Dance and Instrumental Music. We had students with varied talent abilities and interests buried deep within them. The performances brought a smile on every face. There was a complete ambience of the joy. The whole place hummed with action with children giving vigorous performances in all categories. The audience was mesmerized by the performances. The judges of the competition were Ms. Meeta Manocha, Ms. Poonam and Ms. Shiney.

The results were as follows:
NAME CLASS CATEGORY POSITION
ANSH KUMAR I D DANCE FIRST
KARANVEER II B DANCE FIRST
SEERAT I B DANCE SECOND
NIVRITI I C DANCE SECOND
ASMI II A DANCE SECOND
HARSHITA II B DANCE SECOND
TIA JAIN I B DANCE THIRD
PRIYANSHU II D DANCE THIRD
KUNSH I A VOCAL FIRST
AGAM I B VOCAL FIRST
NAITIK II D VOCAL FIRST
ALISHA I A VOCAL SECOND
ISHAAN II D VOCAL SECOND
MIHIKA I A VOCAL THIRD
HARSHITA I D VOCAL THIRD
TANVI II C VOCAL THIRD
RUSHIL II B INSTRUMENTAL SECOND
AVLEEN KAUR I C INSTRUMENTAL THIRD
SHREYA GUPTA II A INSTRUMENTAL THIRD
CHAITANYA II B INSTRUMENTAL THIRD


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20th September 2016 – Visit to Nehru Planetarium

With its aim to promote astronomy education, an educational excursion was organized by SGS for class I on 20.9.16 and for class II on 29.9.16 to The Nehru Planetarium which is situated on the grounds of Teen Murti Bhavan. The main attraction of the day was The Sky Theatre show on the theme ‘The New Solar System’. The sky theatre has a dome shaped roof which looks like space. The children were introduced to the constellations and planets through the theatre show in a very interesting manner. Visuals such as computer animations and video clippings were shown with special effects. The students saw how the Universe was created with the Big Bang. Apart from planets and constellations, various celestial bodies like Black Holes, space showers, meteorites, shooting stars etc were also shown. Detailed explanation of the family of planets was given. The planets looked real and the students felt as if they are actually in space. This all gave a real life experience of space to the kids. The children were very surprised to see the planetarium and enjoyed the show very much. It was an enriching, exciting and a good learning experience for the children.

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14th September 2016 – Assembly : Stay Healthy, Stay Happy

Food is the building block of every cell in the body and is responsible for the proper functioning of the whole body. For that reason, it is important to know what is good for our body and what is not. Good food leads to good health. Health and fitness keep our body and mind healthy and peaceful. It brings the feeling of well being physically, mentally, spiritually and socially. Now-a-days, people are so busy that they don’t have time to cook food. They generally eat food that can be cooked easily or that is ready to eat but they don’t realize that our health depends on what we eat. To tell us more about this, the students of class II-A presented an informative assembly on the topic ‘STAY HEALTHY, STAY HAPPY’ on 14.9.16.

The students used beautiful props to show the difference between healthy and junk food and what effect do they have on our health. The students explained that the food which contains little or no nutrients is called junk food.They further told that people eat junk food as it is tasty and delicious but they don’t realize how badly it affects our health. It contains a lot of sugar and salt and eating that can cause disorder such as obesity, diabetes and even heart diseases.

The assembly concluded with giving away of certificates to the winners of ‘Fancy Dress’ competition (Blooms).

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14th September 2016 – Inter House Quilling Competition

Inter House Quilling Competition was organized for classes III – V. Each house had one group comprising of 6 students.

Children enjoyed doing paper quilling as it was a new learning experience for them; and made beautiful figures and objects.

The theme given to them was ‘Nature’ wherein they made a Peacock dancing in the rain, an elephant and a tree, sunrise and an aquarium.

Children enjoyed the competition and showcased their creativity.






8th September 2016 – All India Camel Art Contest

Art is an integral part of our lives. It adds creativity and beauty to everything.

SGS organized an All India Camel Art Contest on 8th September 2016 to give opportunity to students to showcase their imagination through creative and artistic skills.

The contest was open to children for classes Buds – V.

Children participated with full zeal and enthusiasm and exhibited artistic skill in the contest by making beautiful drawings on the topics like My Toys, Favourtie Park, My Hobbies and City Traffic.

The contest was full of enthralling events that saw participation of students in large number.



(6 - 7)th September 2016 – Zonal Roller Skating Meet 2016-17

Continuing with the rigorous practice of skating that is given to all globalities, Sachdeva Global School students particiapted in Zonal Rolling Skating Meet 2016-17 held at Dwarka Internatinoal School, Sec-12, Dwarka, Delhi. Almost 250 skaters and 35 school participated. The students performed extremely well.

The winners are as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
SOURABH SANGWAN IX-B I
JATIN KARKI VIII-A II – III
LUCKY YADAV VI - C III
EKAM BHULLAR III B III




6th September 2016 – Assembly on Teacher’s Day

Teacher’s day is celebrated on 5th September every year to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishna. The day is dedicated to teachers who play a major role in making their students responsible citizens of tomorrow and good human beings. We can never thank teacher enough for their immense contribution in a student’s life.

Class Blooms-E presented a special assembly on 6th September on the on 6th September 2016 on the occasion of soulful rendering of the Guru Vandana by the kids. The compering was enthusiasticaly done by the children themselves. A beautiful poem on the teacher was recited by the group of the children. This was followed by a beautiful dance performance. The assembly was enjoyed by one and all.

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September 2016 – Rope Skipping Competition 2016-17

Sachdeva Global School shines in Rope Skipping Inter School Zonal Competition 2016-17.

Overall position in Boys Under-14—3rd Postion.
S.NO. NAME OF STUDENT CLASS
1 MAHID AHMED VI
2 SHUBH KUMAR YADAV VI
3 KRISHNA SINGH VI
4 AKASH VII
5 ROHAN PANCHAL VII
6 ABHISHEK SINGLA VII


Overall position in Boys Under-19 – 1st Position
S.NO NAME OF STUDENT CLASS
1 KARTIKEY RAO X
2 ASHRAY CHHABRA X
3 VICTOR VERMA X
4 UDIT MAHAJAN X
5 VIPUL KUMAR XII
6 ASHWANI DHANKHAR XII

Overall position in Girls Under-17 – 3rd Position
S.NO NAME OF STUDENT CLASS
1 CHARIKA SHARMA VI
2 DIYA VII
3 DIVYA TOKAS VII
4 GAURIKA VAJPEYI VII
5 KUVAM SHARMA VIII


Overall position in Girls Under-19 – 1st Position
S.NO NAME OF STUDENT CLASS
1 KAVYA MANCHANDA VIII
2 SRISHTI YADAV XI
3 RIYA SHARMA XI
4 RIYA XII
5 PREETI KUMARI XII
6 PREETI XII



31st August 2016 – Fun With Origami (Class II)

If a design is good it is bound to be found

The students of class II participated in an ORIGAMI competition held on 31.8.16. Origami is an art of folding paper to create three-dimensional figures of animals, people, objects and abstract shapes. The theme of the competition was ‘Aquatic Life’. The idea was simply to provide the children a medium to let their imagination take a flight. The students were very enthusiastic to make different shapes through paper folding. They made different objects related to aquatic life and composed them beautifully on a sheet. There was a healthy competition amongst all the children. The students enjoyed the competition and it was a great learning experience for them.

NAME CLASS POSITION
ADHITA SINGH II-A FIRST
AVIKA YADAV II-A FIRST
RUSHIL AGGARWAL II-B FIRST
SUVAN PATRA II-B FIRST
ARUSH JAIN II-C FIRST
NAVYA GUPTA II-D FIRST
PAKHI DIXIT II-D FIRST
ASMI JAIN II-A SECOND
SHARANYA RANA II-A SECOND
HARSHITA THAKRAN II-B SECOND
SHUBH SHARMA II-B SECOND
CHIRAG GAHLOT II-C SECOND
DRISHTI SOLANKI II-C SECOND
TAVISH SINGHAL II-C SECOND
ISHAAN JASPAL II-D SECOND
DHANUSH SUJITH II-A THIRD
ATHARV ARORA II-B THIRD
PRATAP SINGH II-B THIRD
DARSH KUMAR II-C THIRD
SARA SIDDIQUI II-C THIRD
VANIKA SINGH II-D THIRD


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30th August 2016 – Story of Fire (Blooms-A)

Fire is one of the most important forces in our world. It has played an important role throughout all the human history. Fire! It warms up, mystifes us, delight us and sometimes terrifies us. One thing for sure it would be hard to imagine a life without fire.

Keeping in mind these facts Blooms-A presented a very imformative assembly on the topic ‘Story of fire’ on.

The gorup of studnets performed a drama based on early human life and also showed how fire was discovered by just rubbing of two stones. They were also dressed up as earlyman (with tree leaves).

Students also share the usage of fire in our day to day life and how it has made our life easy and smooth.

Props were beautifully made and used. Rhyme was also their on the topic of firefighter. The assembly was enjoyed by all.

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29th August 2016 – Fun With Origami (Class I)

“The origami project is really our first step toward achieving a big vision.”

Origami is the Japanese word for paper folding. ORI means to fold and KAMI means paper. Together, they form the word, ‘origami’. Origami involves the creation of paper forms usually entirely by folding. Animals, birds, fish, geometric shapes, puppets, toys and masks are among the models that even very young children can learn to make.

Keeping in mind the love for paper, an ORIGAMI competition was organized for the students of class I on 29.8.16. The students made various kinds of shapes with the help of origami sheets and composed them beautifully on a sheet. The competition helped the students to improve their craft skills. The judges had a tough time in making the decision as all the students performed extremely well. The winners of the competition were as follows:

NAME CLASS POSITION
SONAKSHI MATHUR I-A FIRST
ALISHA SINGHAL I-A FIRST
ARNAV MANGLA I-B FIRST
LAVANYA I-B FIRST
HANSITA GUPTA I-C FIRST
DIVYANSH ARORA I-C SECOND
ANSH YADAV I-D SECOND
SHAURYA KUKREJA I-A SECOND
SEERAT BHULLAR I-B SECOND
AANYA GUPTA I-C SECOND
ANSH KUMAR I-D SECOND
SANATH SHINDE I-A THIRD
AADRITO CHAKRAVORTY I-B THIRD
HARNOOR SINGH KOCHAR I-C THIRD
HITANSH DAHIYA I-D THIRD


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(24 & 29)th August 2016 – Fancy Dress Competition

Scholastic and co-scholastic activities have been equal importance in school programme for the all round development of the child. Keeping in this in view a fancy dress competition for classes Buds and Blooms was held in school premises on (24th & 29th) August 2016. Theme for this competition was Incredible India.

The purpose of conducting the competition was not only to blend learning with fun but also to develop confidence in the students by giving them an opportunity to get on the stage and speak in front of an audience. It was the most awaited event, as it is always a pleasure to watch the toddlers dressed up as different characters and stuttering away in their speech. The students came forward displaying their vibrant constumes. It was indeed a mesmerizing event which would be etched in our memory for a long time.

NAME CLASS POSITION
AKSHITA SINGH BUDS-A FIRST
RISHABH GUPTA BUDS-A SECOND
RAMANPREET KAUR BUDS-A THIRD
AASHNA GOSAIN BUDS-A THIRD
ALISHA ABHISHEK KADAM BUDS-B FIRST
MISHKA KAPUR BUDS-B SECOND
KANAV JHA BUDS-B THIRD
PARTH YADAV BUDS-C FIRST
SHAURYA MALIK BUDS-C SECOND
SAMRAT CHOUDHARY BUDS-C THIRD
SAANVI TIWARI BUDS-D FIRST
VASHNAVI KUMAR BUDS-D SECOND
DEEKSHANT RANGA BUDS-D SECOND
MEHAR SUDAN BUDS-D THIRD
ANSHIKA BUDS-D THIRD
PRATHAM BLOOMS-D FIRST
HUNAR BLOOMS-E FIRST
SAMANVI BLOOMS-D FIRST
AKSHAS BLOOMS-E FIRST
PRIYANK BLOOMS-E SECOND
LAVANYA KAUL BLOOMS-C SECOND
ARUSHI KUMAR BLOOMS-A SECOND
KUNSH BLOOMS-C THIRD
AADYA BLOOMS-E THIRD
MARCELLINA BARMAN BLOOMS-A THIRD


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24th August 2016 – Ice Cream Stick Craft Competition

“Everyday is an opportunity to be creative”

Inter House Ice Cream Stick Craft Competition was organized for classes III – V on 24th September 2016. Each house had two groups comprising of students from all three classes.

Students took the initiative of using ice-cream sticks and made beautiful 3D compositions. They created a house with its parking and fence; a beach scene, multi-utility holder, wind – chimes were among others. The competition lasted an hour. It was a great learning experience for students where they gave wings to their creativity & enjoyed making beautiful things out of waste ice-cream sticks.

NAME CLASS POSITION HOUSE
UJJWAL AGARWAL V-C FIRST GLORY
ANUSHKA TRIPATHI III-B FIRST GLORY
SHRANYA MITTAL IV-D FIRST GLORY
PRIYANSH SHAH III-C SECOND HARMONY
BHAVYA MAAN IV-D SECOND HARMONY
SRISHTI P. KUMAR V-C SECOND HARMONY
DIVYANSHI DRALL V-B THIRD GLORY
AVI PATHAK IV-C THIRD GLORY
PRANAY ARORA III-E THIRD GLORY
AVISHI GARG III-D THIRD HARMONY
BHOOMIKA AHUJA IV-C THIRD HARMONY
VEDIKA AGARWAL V-B THIRD HARMONY



24th August 2016 – SPACE – Inter School Debate Competition

We live in a society which depends on science and technology and Astronomy study has always been of prime importance in the global health and well being of the world. Space science and exploration has directly and indirectly helped bring about many technological advancements. To provide a platform for students to brainstorm the justification of investing in space science and exploration, Sachdeva Global School in collaboration with SPACE organized an Inter school Debate competition for about 60 schools spanning across Delhi-NCR.

Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar, Head of School, welcomed all the participating students who belonged to classes VI – VIII. She declared the debate open after welcoming the eminent panel of judges which included Dr. T. S. Seshadri, Professor, Physics and Astrophysics, DU; Prof. Inder Mohan Kapahy, Professor, Maharaja Agrasen University, HP; Mr. Sachin Bahmba, Chairman and Managing Director, SPACE Group and Mr. C. B. Devgun, President, SPACE Foundation.

The competition was a tough one and various ideas and opinions were brought out; the judges appreciated all the participants for their brainstorming ideas and their hardwork. Khaitan Public School of Noida was the proud winner of the competition followed by DPS International School, Saket and the third prize was bagged collectively by Indraprastha School, Dwarka, St. Margaret Sr. Sec. School, Rohini and Sri Venkateshwara School, Dwarka. In all, the event was a grand success.



23rd August 2016 – Janmashtami Celebration

Festivals are characterised by colour, gaiety enthusiasm, prayers and rituals. Krishna Janmashtami is an important festival which is celebrated with great fervour.

A special assembly was conduted by Blooms-C on 23rd August 2016 on the occasion of Janmashtami ‘a festival which commemorates the earthly arrival of Lord Krishna’.

The assembly began with a message from small kids on the significance of Janmashtami as a festival which encourages goodwill and togetherness. They also presented a group song on the festival. This was followed by a beautiful dance performance on ‘Kanha Nandkishore’.

Little girls dressed as gopis and radhas did the raas leela and the entire area was transformed into a land of joy, celebration and happiness. The naughty little Krishna was all set to sway and dance with the Gopicas and Radhas. The entire event was enjoyed by all the tiny tots.

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(20 – 21) August 2016 – 3rd Rolling Panthers Speed Skating Championship 2016

Contuining with the extreme practice of skating
that is give to all Globalites.


Sachdeva Global school students participated in 3rd Rolling Panthers Speed Skating Championship 2016-17 held at Pragati Public School, Sector-13, Dwarka, New Delhi – 110075. The students performed extremely well and won 5 Gold, 8 Silver, 3 Bronze Medals and 2 students awarded with best skater trophy.

The school got 3rd position in the competition and also a team trophy.

The prize winners are as follows:
NAME CLASS MEDALS
SEERAT BHULLAR I-B 2 GOLD & TROPHY
SAHIL DALAL IX-B 2 GOLD & TROPHY
SOURABH SANGWAN IX-B GOLD & BRONZE
AAYAN ALI II-C SILVER
DHRUV SINHA IV-D 2 SILVER
JATIN KARKI VII-A 2 SILVER
NAVAL LATA VIII-A 2 SILVER
EKAM BHULLAR III-B SILVER & BRONZE
ABHISHEK KUMAR VIII-B BRONZE

Total – 16 Medals
2 Best Skater Award
3rd Position in Team Trophy











17th August 2016 – Raksha Bandhan Assembly

Raksha Bandhan is a popular festival in India. The festival depicts the love of brothers and sisters. On this day sister’s tie a thread called ‘Rakhi’ arount her brother’s wrist. It is a sacred thread embellished with sister’s love and affection for her brother. The love and self actuation towards a novel cause between a brother and his sister is the theme of this great festival. It is celebrated on the full moon day in the month of ‘Shravan’.

On the occasion, the students of class Blooms-D presented a lively assembly on 17th August 2016. The assembly began with a few introductory lines and children threw light on the importance of ‘Raksha Bandhan’. They also presented a hindi rhyme on the same and raised the audience to applaud. The tiny tots also performed a lively dance on the song related to Raksha Bandhan.

Each of us the teacher’s experienced nostalgic moments when they saw the enthusiastic performance put up by the students. The assembly was throughly enjoyed by all.



11th August 2016 – Independence Day Celebration

The celebrations to mark the 69th Independence Day of India at Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka, was held on 11 August 2016, with the unfurling of the national flag by the Chairman Shri. S. K. Sachdeva accompanied by the playing of National Anthem by the school orchestra. The guests for the day were the members of the managing committee, Shri S. K. Sachdeva, Mrs. Kiran Gambhir, Dr. R. C. Chaddha, Dr. S. N. Maheswari. Dr. Namita Sharma, Principal, Queens Valley School and Mrs. Sudha Sadhangi, Headmistress, Shri Ram World School, Dwarka were also present. Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar, Head of School, felicitated the guests with a souvenir of art forms of India created by the school students.

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 programme put up by the students – “Avlokan – Bharat se India Tak” marked a tribute to the glory of India and displayed the various stages of its development beginning from 1947 to the present day, showcasing the various revolutions like the Green, white, and technological revolution. To enliven the glory of the nation, the students performed group dances, voicing the journey of the past 7 decades.

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.



9th August 2016 - Independence Day Assembly

Independence Day is celebrated every year on 15th August. This was the day when India was freed from British Rule. It is a national festival and has equal importance for every Indian regardless of religion, class, creed or race.

In the schoo, on the theme of Independece day an assembly was conducted by Blooms-B on 9th August 2016. Student’s choir presented a melodious patriotic song. It was followed by beautiful dance performance on the songs “BHAARAT HUMKO JAAN SE PYARA HAI” and “KEHTE HAIN HUMKO PYAAR SE”.

All the little ones seen on stage beautifully transpired the feeling of unity in diversity which is the hallmark of our country India. The assembly was thoroughly enjoyed by all.




4th August 2016 – GSP Assembly

The Science and Environment Club of Sachdeva Global School Dwarka organized the special assembly on ‘Green School Programme’ on Thursday 4th August 2016 with an aim to sensitize students to the environment and empower them to use natural resources in a responsible and an efficient manner.

The speech on the “need to adopt Green Schools Programme and the benefits fo auditing”, Alarming Environment facts and a beautiful poem recited by the Globalites were very informative and depicted the importance of “learning to live sustainably”. The skit based on Environment concepts and solutions was appreciated and was successful in spreading the message of CSE green schools programme to work towards change.

Audit teams were announced and the head of the school Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar awarded the badges to the students of respective teams. The assembly conlcluded with the song “Heal the world” by the school orchestra.



2nd August 2016 – AIR - Let’s Decide What to Breathe in

In accordance with the culture of having a thought provoking and informative assembly, the students of class I-D conducted an assembly on the theme ‘AIR – LET’S DECIDE WHAT TO BREATHE IN’ on 2.8.16. The assembly aimed at promoting the message of dealing with the issue of polluted air. The assembly included a couple of activities which showed that air is present all around us and is needed by us all the time. The students discussed the factors which are responsible for polluting the air. They stressed on the fact that it is very important to breathe in clean and fresh air to stay healthy. The assembly concluded with the students telling everyone about the ways which we can follow to keep our air clean. It was a successful effort by the young children to make everyone understand the value of clean and fresh air.

During the assembly, Arush Jain (II-C) was awarded with a gold medal and a gift certificate worth Rs. 1000 for securing International Topper Rank 1 in International English Olympiad alongwith a bronze medal for securing Rank 4 in International Math Olympiad. Atharv Arora (II-B) was awarded with a gold medal for his excellent performance in International English Olympiad. Another champion Drishti Solanki (II-C) was awarded with a certificate and a CD for winning Consolation prize in International English Olympiad organized by Science Olympiad Foundation. Also, certificates were given away to the winners of the Let’s Play Teachers competition (Class Blooms) by Ms. Meeta Manocha.



July 2016 – Dental Check-up (Classes VI – VIII)

Keeping up with the practice offocussing on the healthy growth of a child, a dental check-up was organisedby SGS in association with Dr. JyotiYadavfor students of classes VI - VIII in the month of July. Theywere examined by the dentist and were informed about the necessity of maintaining oral health. They were given tips to keep their teeth healthy and white and free from cavities. The doctor also warned the students about the adverse effects of eating excessive chocolates and candies on their teeth.



30th July 2016 – Annual School Exhibition

The Annual Exhibition, enthusiastically attended on 30th July 2016 focused on ingraining a scientific and creative attitude in our young students to make them comprehend the interdependence of science, technology and society by a hands-on experience. The exhibition engaged children and teachers to synergize experiences and motivate each other to design and develop something novel. Each display corridor became a celebration of creativity as the talented students furiously beckoned visitors to stop by and visit their array of exhibits across varied subjects.

The exhibition witnessed the budding scientists coming up with their innovative models on contemporary topicsand new-age concerns such as global concerns, energy conservation, tapping the solar and tidal energy, waste management. Notable models on DNA, Human systems, genetics were also presented which helped the students to understand their body system.

The Mathematics corner included models on Body clock, Time line chart, Tangram zoo, bargraphs, 3-D rangometry and a host of other topics. The desire to learn and out of the box thinking was reflected in the items presented.

The Social Science section had models on the modern day agricultural practices. Students also showcased a power point presentation on disaster management. The models exhibited on different organs of United Nations helped the students and the parents to understand its vital role and working in the international arena.

The French corner sawa zestful participation from the students. Several models depicting the culture, monuments and other important features of France were presented by the students. The parents not only asked several questions related to the French culture from the students, theyalso shared their personal experiences related to the subject.

The Computer Science and Sanskrit section saw their maiden entry to the school’s exhibition this year.The Sanskrit section witnessed the students displaying the richness of the language. There were models on Aryabhatta, showcasing his first laboratory, home and the first satellite that was dedicated to him.

The computer science students on the other hand displayed a collage of charts and posters made by the students. The highlight of the section was the movies made by the students that had won laurels during the inter-school competitions.

It was an enriching learning experience for both the students and the parents. The purpose was to provide opportunities where ideas begin to bloom for the development of the world.



28th July 2016 – Science Quiz

To analyze, enhance and entrench the paramount trails of a 21st Century individual, a 'SCIENCE QUIZ' was organized for class I students on 28.7.16. Providing every child with the opportunity to be a part of this quiz, the preliminary round of the quiz was completed in the classrooms, which aided the selection of four students per team. There were four teams in totality. Quiz revolved around rekindling the pragmatism through picture hints round, true/false, answer in one word, give reasons and spell bee. All the five teams participated so well that a tie breaker round was also organized

The theme of the quiz was to provide the students with the knowledge of different scientific facts build upon their prior knowledge and provide them with a better understanding of concepts already known to them. The quiz also helped the students in improving their listening, reasoning, identification skills and also their vocabulary.

Furthermore, the quiz did not only help the students to analyze the role of everyday events but also enhanced their interest in learning them. Such amazing facts were taught to the students through this quiz, that it served a great purpose in providing the children, learning in an active and interesting manner.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
ADVIKA I-A FIRST
LUCKY GUPTA I-B FIRST
HANSITA GUPTA I-C FIRST
OM NARAYAN I-D FIRST
ALISHA SINGHAL I-A SECOND
SEERAT BHULLAR I-B SECOND
HARNOOR SINGH I-C SECOND
ANSH KUMAR I-D SECOND
TANAY SAINI I-A THIRD
SARTHAK SETIA I-B THIRD
DIVYANSH ARORA I-C THIRD
ADITYA JHA I-D THIRD


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27th July 2016 – Inter House Fusion Competition

Musing into the realms of serenity and experiencing the charms of austerity, students of SGS showcased their talent in an Inter-House Fusion Competition on 27th July 2016. They filled the atmosphere with the beautiful melody of their voice and the vigor of patriotism.

Each house presented a beautiful amalgamation of Classical and Patriotic songs on the tunes of various instruments ranging from guitar, drums, tabla, keyboard and even mridang. Harmony and Glory house were crowned the first position followed by Peace and Pride. The mesmerizing rhythm and coordination among the students created an aura of divinity in the hearts of judges as well as audience. The event added yet another spark to the Inter-House Competitions with its fervent melodies.



27 July 2016 – Let’s Play Teacher Competition

Learning through imaginary play has long been recognized as an important component of child development.

Role play provides children with the opportunity to develop imagination and also improve their social skills and creativity.

Hands up if you love toplay teacher – teacher ask this question to any group of children and loads of hands shoots up kids love school expecially when they get opportunity to enact like a teacher.

Considering these facts Blooms had organized an activity Let’s Play Teacher. It was an inter class competition. In this activity the enacted like a teacher. Some displayed the nick nacks of being a teacher with their costumes and the activity it was a great success with maximum participation.

NAME CLASS POSITION
AADINATH R BLOOMS-D FIRST
NITIKA SHUKLA BLOOMS-D FIRST
STUTI ARORA BLOOMS-D FIRST
AADYA MISHRA BLOOMS-E FIRST
TANISH GARG BLOOMS-B SECOND
DEVANSHI BALYAN BLOOMS-D SECOND
LAANYA KUMAR BLOOMS-D SECOND
HUNAR SALUJA BLOOMS-E SECOND
AVIKA SOLANKI BLOOMS-E SECOND
MACELLINA BERMAN BLOOMS-A THIRD
RAVIT SOBTI BLOOMS-B THIRD
SATVIK CHOUDHARY BLOOMS-B THIRD
ISHITA JAIN BLOOMS-B THIRD
AARIKA GUPTA BLOOMS-D THIRD




27th July 2016 – Demonstration of Experiments

Science is a practical subject. If students want to understand science, they need to understand how the knowledge and facts that they acquire in classroom lessons have been gathered and agreed. They cannot and should not do this exclusively through books without direct practical experience both in and out of the classroom. Keeping this in mind, a very interesting activity "Budding Scientists-Demonstration of Experiments" was held for the students of class II on 27.7.16 wherein many students participated enthusiastically. The students did numerous experiments and explained them thoroughly. Some of the experiments were 'Air occupies Space, Invisible Ink, Magnets attract each other, Light particles dissolve easily, Volcanic Eruption, Fireworks in a Jar and so on'. It was great to see such tiny tots teaching us how to use science in our daily life. The winners of the competition were as follows:

NAME CLASS POSITION
SURYANSH SAH II-A FIRST
RUSHIL AGGARWAL II-B FIRST
ARUSH JAIN II-C FIRST
NAMISH DUTT II-C FIRST
ISHAAN JASPAL II-D FIRST
YADUVIR GUPTA II-D FIRST
ASMI JAIN II-A SECOND
SYLUS BATRA II-A SECOND
SUVAN PATRA II-B SECOND
HARSHITA THAKRAN II-B SECOND
TAVISH SINGHAL II-C SECOND
NAVYA GUPTA II-D SECOND
ADHITA SINGH II-A THIRD
SHARANYA RANA II-A THIRD
ATHARV ARORA II-B THIRD
NAMAN GUPTA II-C THIRD
AISHANIKA GOEL II-D THIRD
VANYA AGARWAL II-D THIRD




26th July 2016 – Energy – Natural & Man Made

Energy is a primary input for almost all activities and is, therefore, vital for improvement in quality of life. Its use in sector such as industry, com¬merce, transport, telecommunications, wide range of agriculture and house¬hold services has compelled us to focus our attention to ensure its continuous supply to meet our ever increasing demands. To make us aware about energy and its kinds, the students of class I-C presented an informative assembly on the topic ENERGY-NATURAL & MAN MADE on 26.7.16.

The students told everyone what energy is and also explained about the different kinds of energy. They used props to speak of the ways in which energy helps us in our daily lives. The students also urged that we should conserve energy for our better tomorrow.

Thereafter, medals were given to the winners of 'Summer Open Roller Skating Championship' held on 24.7.16 at Remal Public School, Rohini in which Aayan Ali (II-C) bagged 1 gold and 1 bronze medal and Muskaan (II-B) bagged 2 bronze medals.

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24th July 2016 – Summer Open Skating Championship 2016

Continuining with the extreme practice of Skating that is given to all Globalities.

Sachdeva Global School students participated in Summer Open Skating Championship 2016-17 held at Remal Public School, Sec-3, Rohini, Delhi. The students performed extremely well and won 5 Gold, 3 Silver and 8 Bronze medals.

The prize winners are as follows:
NAME CLASS MEDALS
SAHIL DALAL IX-B 2 GOLD
NAVAL LATA VIII-B 2 GOLD
AAYAN ALI II-C GOLD         BRONZE
MAHID AHMED VI-A 2 SILVER
LAKSHAY BHOGAL V-B SILVER       BRONZE
MUSKAN II-B 2 BRONZE
VAISHNAVI IV-D BRONZE
ABHISHEK KUMAR VIII-B BRONZE
ROHAN SHARMA III-D BRONZE
JATIN KARKI VIII-A BRONZE

Total – 16 Medals



21st July 2016 – USA UNIV-QUEST

A workshop was organized by USA Univ-Quest on 21 July 2016 in the school for the students of classes IX, X and XI.

The purpose of the workshop was to bring awareness amongst the students about overseas higher education. The students were informed about various US universities and were guided about all the aspects related to admissions to US universities such as to prepare for exams like SAT, SAT Subject Tests, AP and TOEFL and they cleared doubts regarding to applying for different Universities in states.

They were able to provide a dedicated, scalable, professional and focused conversion service to meet the queries of the students. They enquires of the students were responded to in a focused manner bringing in a lot of clarity.




20th July 2016 – Inter House Science Quiz Competition

Inter-house science quiz competition was held on 20th July 2016 for the classes IX-XI.

The participating teams comprised of one student from each class. The rounds were as follows:

  • The Stalwarts “The Indian Scientists”
  • Visual Round
  • Activity Round
  • Earth and its neighbors
  • Buzzer round-Go green
  • Spell bee
  • Rapid Fire.

The quiz saw the enthusiastic participation, not only by the participants but also by the audience.It helped evaluate the knowledge, understanding and mental skills of the students. The quiz helped foster scientific knowledge among students andprovided an aid to the sense of inquiry and searching. The students learnt about the recent development in the field of science which encouraged them for wider reading.

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19th July 2016 – Water – Save Every Drop

Water is the most precious gift of nature. It has no taste, no smell and no colour. It is found everywhere and the other name of it is life. Almost three-fourth of the earth is water. Without water nothing can survive. Both animals and plants need water to live. It is the source of all life on earth. To tell us more about the importance of water,the students of class I-B presented an assembly on the topic 'WATER -SAVE VERY DROP' on 19.07.16.

The students threw light on the significance of water and how to save it. They told us why it is important to save every drop of water. They requested everyone to conserve and save water. This was followed by a dance performance which was appreciated by all.

Thereafter, medals were given away to the winners of Roller Skating Championship held at DDA Sports Complex in which Tejas (Blooms E), Seerat Bhullar (I B), Aryan Batra (II A) and Vanya Aggarwal (II D) bagged gold medals. The assembly came to an end with the inspiring words by Ms. Meeta Manocha.



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19th July 2016 - Eternal Gandhi Museum

A visit to Eternal Gandhi Museum was organized on 19th July 2016 for class III.

The Eternal Gandhi Multimedia Museum is a digital multimedia museum established in 2005. It is located at Gandhi Smriti, formerly Birla House, the site where Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was assassinated.

The museum embellishes the life of Gandhi in sync with photographs, paintings, film footage, and video clips.A collection of over 40 exhibits shows the intersection of modern tactile computing and new green art with Gandhi's vision. It also encompasses new boundaries; in the inclusion of the world community in the production of art and technology and in the contribution of imagination and skills from all over the world.

The students enjoyed the visit and showed great enthusiasm as they learnt about Mahatma Gandhi’s life and his contribution to the freedom struggle. The museum presents the historical events of Gandhiji’s life as well as a spectrum of IT visions inspired by Gandhian thought; making the visit an enriching one.

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(12-15)th July 2016 – Dental Check-up

Continuing with the endeavor to make students aware of the importance of health, a free Dental Check-up was organized at the school by Dr. JyotiYadav (BDS) from 12.7.16-15.7.16. All the students of classes Buds-V were examined by the renowned doctor. The checkup process included a general checkup for making an estimation of the child's oral health condition. If needed, the child was referred for a complete elaborate treatment. The dental camp was a success, making students aware of the need for maintaining good dental health and oral hygiene.





15th July 2016 – Inter School Promotional Roller Skating Championshiop 2016

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

Sachdeva Global School students participated in Roller Skating Championship 2016-17 held at DDA Sports Complex, Sector-10, Dwarka. The students performed extremely well and won 11 Gold, 8 Silver and 9 Bronze Medals.

The school got Ist position in the competition and also won a Team Trophy.

The prize winners are as follows:
NAME CLASS MEDALS
TEJAS UKG-E GOLD
SEERAT BHULLAR I-B GOLD
ARYAN BATRA II-A GOLD
EKAM BHULLAR III-B GOLD
JAINCE PANDIT III-C GOLD
NEVAAN SINGH MEHTA III-D GOLD
SHOLOK AHLUWALIA IV-C GOLD
VAISHNAVI IV-D GOLD
ABHAY KUMAR V-A GOLD
VANYA AGARWAL II-D GOLD
YASH MALIK VIII-A GOLD
VIHAAN KATOCH III-C SILVER
DAKSH VATS IV-D SILVER
NAVYA YADAV IV-C SILVER
SHIVEN S. SINHA IV-D SILVER
AARAV GAHLOT V-C SILVER
BARUN SAWHNEY VI-B SILVER
RAGAV BABBAR VIII-A SILVER
TAARUSH GUPTA VII-B SILVER
AGAM SINGH III-B BRONZE
DILISHA JUNAID III-B BRONZE
PARTH LATHER III-C BRONZE
HARDIK BHAGTANI IV-B BRONZE
AYUSH GOYAL IV-B BRONZE
LAVANYA BHARDWAJ IV-D BRONZE
DHRUV KARKI IV-D BRONZE
NANDINI V-C BRONZE
ADITYA VATS VI-B BRONZE




14th July 2016 - Social Networking - A Boon or A Bane

Students of class XI-A conducted an assembly on the topic-“Social Networking – A boon or a bane”on 14th July 2016.

A systematic approach to the topic was given through a coherent speech. A well Co-ordinated and informative skit on the pros and cons of social networking infused a sense of responsibility among the students. It also highlighted that there is a generation of kids coming up who can’t even conceive a world without smart phones and social-networking and how it has officially embedded itself in our culture. However there are ways that in which social media improves our life experience, and also act as aplatform to some savory behaviors and opinions.

The assembly ended with an address by the Head of school after the felicitation ceremony.

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12th July 2016 – Assembly: Trees - Our Friends Forever

Trees are beautiful and useful gifts of nature. They are great friends of men. They are a part and parcel of earthly life. All life directly or indirectly owes its existence to them. To tell us more about the importance of trees, the students of class I-A presented an assembly on 'Trees - Our Friends Forever' on 12 July 2016.

The students used slogans and props to tell us how trees play an important role in our life. They also explained that how felling of trees disturbs the eco-system. The students emphasised that we should keep trees and plants with great care. Thereafter, a poem titled 'Aao Paed Lagaye Hum' was recited by the students.

The assembly was concluded by Ms. Meeta Manocha who also emphasized upon the importance of planting trees and encouraged the students to do the same. This was followed by distribution of certificates of the 'Let's Create Out Of Waste' competition held in class II, 'Colour Your Best' competition held in Blooms. Also, Seerat Bhullar of class I-D received 3 medals for her outstanding performance in the 10th North Zone Roller Skating Championship.



4th July 2016 – Welcome Assembly

The silence of the school campus was filled with the chirping of happy students as the school gates opened after the holidays. The students were back to school thrilled, reenergized and excited.

The first day after summer break began on a happy & exciting note as a welcome assembly was organised by the teachers of Sachdeva Global School. The assembly began with a prayer and news followed by the thought of the day. Ms. Priyanka, the hindi teacher then welcomed the students with a motivating poem & Ms. Sakshi, the social studies teacher, encouraged the students with her speech which invigorated their spirit with optimism and dynamism.

The excitement & happiness was evident on the students’s faces as they were back all set & ready for the yet another exciting year of meaningful learning.





25th June 2016 – Workshop on Life Skills

The teaching faculty of SGS got an insight into the rejuvenating zone of happiness and contentment with the lively workshop conducted by Mr. Kanwalneet Singh from “PROMISE” on 25 June 2016. It was a commendable effort to focus on the numerous ways of attaining joy in all spheres of our life. The engaging activities and whole hearted participation of the listeners made the workshop intriguing and distinct in its own way. The focus on different theories of learning through a PPT and its impact on one’s life was the most active technique for handling the real-life situations. The workshop enlightened the teachers to a great extent by opening the hidden doors of learning the delightful ways of leading life.

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24th June 2016 – Gender Sensitivity

Gender is a social construct, not a biological one, and discrimination on this basis is consequently difficult to assess and to address. Distinctions based on biological sex can be measured statistically, whereas gender differentials entail more subtle distinctions on male and female roles. Achieving gender parity (equal numbers of boys and girls) in school is just one step towards gender equality in and through education.

To equip teachers with knowledge, skills and methodologies that promote gender equality, workshop was organized on 24 June 2016, conducted by the school counselor, Ms. Avantika Sharma.

The aim of the workshop was to emphasize on the fact that Gender Sensitivity is not about comparison between girls and boys. At the same time, education for gender sensitivity benefits members of both sexes.

It helped the teachers to determine which assumptions in regard to gender are valid and which are stereotyped generalizations. To facilitate better understanding, the concepts of gender, the basic terms associated like Gender Equality, Gender Equity, Gender Discrimination etc. were also discussed. Overall, the session helped to attain a Gender neutral environment and laid a strong foundation for such discussions in the future.

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23rd June 2016 – Workshop on Effective Teaching of Social Science

‘Workshops enrich our minds and enhance our potential’, so an interactive and informative workshop was conducted by ‘Mrs. Ira Sehgal’ on 23 June 2016. She has been freelancing with TOI and conducting various workshops for teachers, students and parents for the past 16 years.

The session started with a presentation on effective teaching of Social Science. Some subject specific topics were taken and teachers were encouraged to brainstorm the teaching techniques that can make teaching-learning process efficient and effective. Overt teacher, classroom and blackboard techniques, playway, quizzing etc. were some of the methods discussed. In addition, Mrs. Sehgal shared some experiences and situations faced by the teachers and suggested ways to overcome them in the best possible manner. The teachers participated in the discussions enthusiastically, citing personal examples. The workshop was an enriching experience for all the teachers where they learnt new methods & techniques. It was enthralling to see them outpouring with enthusiasm to take the learning to their classes. In a nutshell, it was an active start towards the forthcoming session.

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21st June 2016 – Workshop on Inter Personal Skills

A workshop on Inter-Personal Skills for teachers was organized on 21 June 2016 by Mr. Ranjit Mazumdar. He keenly explained the purpose of effective communication and inter-personal skills within the working of an institution.He further elaboratedonskills which help us to- attend to relationships, balance priorities versus demands, 'wants' and 'needs', and overall build a sense of mastery and self-respect.

Learning outcomes:

To enable participants to:
  • Increase confidence in planning, structuring and enhancing work productivity.
  • Effective communication with individuals and also within groups.
  • Develop work integrity and ethics to motivate and inspire others.
  • Conflict resolution

The session was interactive and teachers were quizzed on questions related to their professional dynamics which they answered very enthusiastically. They were also explained about barriers in communication and ways to overcome it.The event provided our teachers an exciting opportunity to hone their Inter-Personal skills.

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JUNE 2016 - All India Asteroid Search Campaign 2016

Since 2010, “SPACE” has been conducting All India Asteroid Search Campaign, in association with International Astronomical Search Collaboration (IASC pronounced "Isaac") as an educational outreach programme under the direction of Dr. Patrick Miller of Hardin Simmons University, USA.

SPACE is the only company in India which organizes this programme every year with Indian students and amateurs across India wherein the students make original discoveries of Main Belt Asteroids (MBA) among other important observations that contribute to the NASA’s Near-Earth Object (NEO) Program at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Pasadena, CA). This programme enables students and amateurs to get exclusive access to astronomical images which are otherwise not accessible till the post-graduate level, and also get training in advanced data analysis and software as well as interact with international scientists, all of which builds up to an invaluable real-time research experience.

Two Globalites, Ritvik Tanwar (VIII-B) and Geetigya Joshi (IX-A) have discovered one preliminary main belt asteroid and brought laurels to the school.




(14 & 15) May 2016 – 10th North Zone Roller Skating Championship 2016

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

Sachdeva Global School students participated in 10th North Zone Roller Skaiting Championship 2016 held at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Bawana, Delhi on (14 - 15) May 2016. The student performed very well and won 3 Bronze Medals.
NAME CLASS RACE MEDALS
SEERAT BHULLAR II-B 300 MTRS BRONZE
SEERAT BHULLAR II-B 500 MTRS BRONZE
SEERAT BHULLAR II-B 750 MTRS BRONZE








(7 – 8) May 2016 – 2nd Roller Panther Speed Skating Championship

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

Sachdeva Global School students participated in 2nd Rolling Panther Speed Skaiting Championship held at Pragati Public School, Sector-13, Dwarka Delhi on (7 – 8) May 2016. The students performed very well and won 8 Gold, 4 Silver and 2 Bronze Medals.

The prize winners are as follows:
NAME CLASS MEDALS
NAVYA GUPTA II-D 2 GOLD
NAVAL LATA VIII-D 2 GOLD
SOURABH SANGWAN IX-B 2 GOLD & TROPHY
AARIKA GUPTA BLOOMS-D GOLD & SILVER
SHAIVYA MISHRA III-E GOLD & SILVER
SAHIL DALAL IX-B 2 SILVER
MUSKAN II-B BRONZE
YASHIKA VI-C BRONZE

Total – 14 Medals




4th May 2016 – Let’s Create Out of Waste – Doll Making / Head Gear

In order to make children aware of uses of waste material and to give them a lesson on reducing waste, the school organized a competition named ‘LET’S CREATE OUT OF WASTE - DOLL MAKING/HEAD GEAR’ for the students of class II. Right from buttons, paper plates, wool, cold drink bottles, paper cups, ice cream sticks, feathers, thermocol balls and tissues, every waste material was used and the result was a room full of creative dolls and crowns made out of waste. Mind-blowing ideas beyond expectation were demonstrated by the students.

The activity displayed creativity and imagination of the little ones and developed the sense of love for the environment.

The winners of the competition were:
NAME CLASS POSITION
AVNI VERMA II-A FIRST
ATHARV ARORA II-B FIRST
ANSHUMAN SAXENA II-B FIRST
ARUSH JAIN II-C FIRST
LAVANYA MARWAHA II-C FIRST
PRERNA II-D FIRST
SIYA MALIK II-D FIRST
ASMI JAIN II-A SECOND
SHUBH SHARMA II-B SECOND
NIYATI DAHIYA II-B SECOND
DRISHTI SOLANKI II-C SECOND
TANAY SHARMA II-C SECOND
JATIN II-D SECOND
MISHIKA II-A THIRD
NAITIK MALHOTRA II-B THIRD
TAVISH SINGHAL II-C THIRD
LEENA II-D THIRD
ADHITA SINGH II-A APPRECIATION
KIRTI SINGH II-A APPRECIATION
SUVAN PATRA II-B APPRECIATION
ADITI SHUKLA II-B APPRECIATION
AASHWIN MATHUR II-B APPRECIATION
RANAK SHARMA II-B APPRECIATION
RUSHIL AGGARWAL II-B APPRECIATION
HARSHITA THAKRAN II-B APPRECIATION
AAYAN ALI II-C APPRECIATION
SAHIB SINGH II-C APPRECIATION
NAMISH DUTT II-C APPRECIATION


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April 2016 - Astro Art Contest

SPACE, partnering with Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) have brought Children’s Astro-Art Contest and other fun-filled learning activities to the schools under the umbrella of Global Astronomy Month April (GAM) 2016. GAM is celebrated every year throughout the month of April by AWB uniting astronomy enthusiasts worldwide with its motto – One People, One Sky.

The theme for the Children’s Astro-Art Contest was “The Diverse Universe” and participants from several schools submitted their creative artworks which have been acknowledged both by SPACE and AWB.

Aakriti Bhargava of class IV-B has won second prize under the category of seven to ten years. The event provided our students an exciting opportunity to hone their creative skills.




29th April 2016 – Rope Skipping

Sachdeva Global School students participated in Rope Skipping Competition 2016 held at Shanti Gyan Vidya Peeth School, Sector-19, Dwarka, Delhil on 29th April 2016. The students performed very well and won Medals and Trophy.

The name of the winners are:
NAME CLASS MEDALS
CHARIKA SHARMA VI GOLD,
2 BRONZE
KARTIKEY RAO X SILVER
2 BRONZE
DISHITA SHARMA VII SILVER
BRONZE
UDIT MAHAJAN X BRONZE
VICTOR VERMA X BRONZE
GAURIKA VAJPAYI VII 2 BRONZE

SGS got 3rd place for overall school trophy



29th April 2016 – Screening of Airlift

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Keeping this in mind Sachdeva Global School in collaboration with Times of India – NIE organized the screening of Airlift at Milan Cinema, Moti Nagar for the students of classes IX – X, on 29th April 2016.

Airlift – a film based on the true events that chronicled during the evacuation of Indians strangled in Kuwait, during Iraq – Kuwait war in 90’s. It was the biggest rescue operation in history. It also depicts the transformation of a selfish man into someone who worked selflessly for his people. The movie motivated the children and taught them to work selflessly for others.

It was a refreshing change from the daily routine and the students enjoyed it thoroughly.



26th April 2016 - Be Compassionate Towards the Old and the Disabled

The incidence of disabilities in our communities is far more common than we might realize. Ensuring that aged people and people with a disability have maximum quality of life is very important. With some time and effort, we can help enhance the quality of daily life for all those old and disabled persons we care about. People with disabilities are neither heroes not victims. They are as much a part of society as anyone else and deserve equal status in the community. To spread this message, the students of class II-B presented an assembly on the topic 'Be Compassionate towards the Old and the Disabled'.

The students urged the audience not to look down upon these persons as social burdens. In fact they must be encouraged to face life boldly and to feel that life still holds charm for them. The assembly concluded with extending wishes to the birthday students.

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25th April 2016 – Being Picasso: Save Environment

Earth Day should encourage us to reflect on what we are doing to make our planet a more sustainable and livable place.

Continuing the celebration of Earth Day in school, a poster making competition named 'Being Picasso - Save Environment' was organized for the students of class I on 25th April 2016. It was the time to make the most of our creativity and to colour our thoughts out. Each student prepared a beautiful poster. The participants used their imagination and creativity and depicted their thoughts in the most appealing manner. The activity turned out to be highly enriching, enthralling and exciting for all the participants.

The winners of the competition were:
NAME CLASS POSITION
VIHAAN OBEROI I-A FIRST
SEERAT BHULLAR I-B FIRST
DIVYANSHI KUMAR I-C FIRST
ANSH KUMAR I-D FIRST
SONAKSHI MATHUR I-A SECOND
AADRTIO CHAKRAVORTY I-B SECOND
OM SINGH I-C SECOND
ANSH YADAV I-D SECOND
SANATH SHINDE I-A THIRD
MOHIT I-A THIRD
NEISHA MEHTA I-B THIRD
AADEEV A RAINA I-C THIRD
SWATHI J KARTHA I-D THIRD
HARSHITA SOOD I-D THIRD


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24th April 2016 – 2nd Open Delhi State Skating Championship

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

Sachdeva Global School students participated in 2nd Open Delhi State Skating Championship held at Bal Bhavan International School, Sector-12, Dwarka, Delhi on 24th April 2016. The students performed very well and won 5 Gold, 6 Silver and 8 Bronze Medals.

The prize winners are as follows:
NAME CLASS MEDALS
SEERAT BHULLAR I-A GOLD
NAVYA GUPTA II-B GOLD
YUVRAJ DAYAL III-B GOLD
NEVAAN SINGH III-D GOLD
NAVAL LATA VIII-A GOLD
AARIKA GUPTA UKG-D SILVER
SHAIVYA MISRA III-E SILVER
MUDIT SHARMA IV-A SILVER
PRATHAM VIR V-B SILVER
ATHARV VIRDI VI-B SILVER
ABHISHEK KUMAR VIII-B SILVER
PIYUSH IV-B BRONZE
SAHIL YADAV VI-C BRONZE
ABHAY KUMAR V-A BRONZE
ARAV KUMAR SINHA V-C BRONZE
AARAV GAHLOT V-C BRONZE
HARDIK BHAGTANI IV-B BRONZE
DEVANSH VERMA VI-C BRONZE
ARYAN AGGARWAL IX BRONZE

Total - 19 Madals


22nd April 2016 – Trip to Indian Air Force Museum

On 22 April 2016 students of classes IV - V went on an educational trip to the Indian Air Force Museum located at Palam Air Force Station. The museum comprises of Roll of Honour, Wall of Fame, Models of Aircrafts and Pictures of Air Marshals. The students were made aware of Indian Aviation History and role of the Air Force in the various wars India has fought so far. The sight of various types of aeroplanes, rockets, bombs and missiles led to a deep understanding of the historical events of the past and the contribution of our country in the same. Overall it was a great educational trip, which witnessed a fair balance of enlightenment and entertainment.



19th April 2016 – Be Responsible – Conserve and Preserve

"We only have one earth, so we have to take care of her."
- Senator Gaylord Nelson

22nd April is observed as the Earth Day throughout the world. Earth Day challenges us to take seriously our job as caretakers of our natural environment. And to spread awareness about the same the students of Class II-A presented an informative assembly on the topic 'Be Responsible - Conserve & Preserve'.

The students sang a lively song dedicated to the Mother Earth in which they pledged to be the defenders and friends of the Earth.

They also spoke about making our lifestyles and personal habits environmental friendly. It was emphasized that all of us should join our hands together to make a difference.

During the assembly medals were given to the winners of 34th Delhi State Open Roller Skating Championship.

The winners were:
NAME CLASS MEDALS
NAVYA GUPTA II – D 3 SILVER
MUSKAN II – B 2 BRONZE
SEERAT BHULLAR I – B 3 GOLD
AARIKA GUPTA UKG – D 3 BRONZE




(14th - 15th) April 2016 - 34th Delhi State Open Roller Skating Championship

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

Sachdeva Global School students participated in 34th Delhi State Open Roller Skating Championship held at Remal Public School, Sector-3, Rohini, Delhi from 14th April to 15th April 2016. The students performed very well and won 21 Gold, 16 Silver, 14 Bronze Medals and 6 Trophies.

The prize winners are as follows:
NAME CLASS MEDALS TROPHY
SEERAT BHULLAR I-A 3 GOLD 1
DILISHA JUNAID III-B 3 GOLD 1
MAHID AHMED VI-A 2 GOLD       1 SILVER 1
JATIN KARKI VIII-A 3 GOLD 1
NAVAL LATA VIII-A 3 GOLD  
SAHIL DALAL IX-B 3 GOLD 1
SOURABH SANGWAN IX-B 3 GOLD      1 SILVER 1
EKAM BHULLAR III-B 1 GOLD       2 SILVER           1 BRONZE  
NAVYA GUPTA II-D 3 SILVER  
LUCKY YADAV VI-C 3 SILVER  
YASHIKA VI-A 3 SILVER  
ABHISHEK KUMAR VIII-A 3 SILVER  
AARIKA GUPTA UKG-D 3 BRONZE  
MOHIT YADAV VI-A 2 BRONZE  
MUSKAN II-B 2 BRONZE  
LAKSHAY BHOGAL V-B 2 BRONZE  
SAHIVYA MISRA III-E 3 BRONZE  
HARSH DRALL VI-C 1 BRONZE  

Total - 51 Medals and 6 Trophies





6th April 2016 – Yoga Championship

Sachdeva Global School students participated in 4th Inter School Yoga Championship 2016 held at N. K. Bagrodia Public School, Sector-4, Dwarka, Delhi.

NAME CLASS POSITION
ARPITA TOMAR VII-A IST








5th April 2016 – Welcome Assembly

With the beginning of new session, the teachers of classes I - II conducted an assembly to welcome the students of classes Buds - II. The teachers presented a welcome song followed by the poem 'My School My Pride' in which different aspects of the school along with the availability of facilities and labs at SGS were highlighted. Thereafter the teachers asked fun-filled riddles to which the students answered very promptly. The assembly ended with extending wishes to the birthday students.

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4th April 2016 – Yakult Workshop

A workshop for class – III students was organized on 4 April 2016 by volunteers from Yakult-A probiotic drink. The volunteers keenly explained the functioning of digestive system of a Human Body. Students were quizzed on questions related to the digestive system, which they answered very enthusiastically. Students were also explained about probiotics and its health benefits. They were given free sample of Yakult Probiotic drink at the end of the workshop.


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24th February 2016 – Elocution Competition

Elocution is the art of speaking aloud in public controlling both voice and gestures. To give the little ones of SGS an opportunity to express themselves and to develop public speaking skills in them, an elocution competition was organized for class II on the topic ‘Seasons’, providing every child with the opportunity to be a part of this competition. The preliminary round was completed in the classrooms and three students were then selected from each class. The final round of the competition was held on 24.02.16. All the participants spoke very well and had beautiful props and costumes to support the given topic. The judges for the competition were Dr. Neelam Dasgupta and Ms. Avantika Sharma, and they both had a tough decision to make as all the participants were really good.

The results of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS RESULT
ARYAN SHOKEEN II-C FIRST
KASHVI KAUL II-D FIRST
MAANASVIR     SINGH NANDA II-F FIRST
AMANDEEP KAUR II-A SECOND
ROHAN SHARMA II-B SECOND
PRIYANSH SHAH II-B THIRD
SIYA MATHUR II-D THIRD
ANUSHKA TRIPATHI II-F THIRD


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23rd February 2016 – Growing Up – Class I-C

‘I have found that growing up means being honest, about what I want, what I need, what I feel, who I am.’
- Epiphany

Being in this beautiful world, we all learn to grow up, learn to be honest, learn to understand what we want from our life, what is our passion, what we want to be like, who is are inspiration, what we want to do for our country, etc., all this comes with the passage of time as we grow up and climb the tiny stairs of life. Our parents and teachers, both play a vital role in our phase of growing up. During our phase of growing up, we encounter a lot of things and each one of them teaches us something different.

One such phase is being in the school where we go every day to learn and to grow as successful people. Just like plants need water, sunlight, soil to grow, the same way we as kids need our parents, the school, teachers, to mentor us and to grow up well. In order to showcase the importance of each of these, a very informative assembly was presented by class I-C on 23.0.16 on a bright sunny day; the students were dressed very beautifully. The assembly started with a lot of enthusiasm and high spirits. Song sung in chorus by the students on ‘Growing up’, enchanted the entire audiance gathered there. The children were dressed up as different professionals, expressed their aspirations as what they would like to be when they grow up. It was a very nice assembly presented by the kids.

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20th February 2016 - Visit to Eco-Adventure Park

‘Adventure is not outside man, it is within’
- George ilot

Adventure is to enjoy life and to be adventurous is one of the essential things required to live a happy and a healthy life. Different kinds of adventure are associated with different kinds of people. Talking about the kids, they are the most adventurous people on this earth as they do not find the real meaning of being adventurous. For them adventure is to go to fun parks and enjoy.

Each group was accompanied by a volunteer. The kids were first provided a light breakfast and then taken to the rides. Children enjoyed the rides like ‘the Burma bridge’, ‘Zip Line’, ‘Rope climbing’. There were some animal rides too like the ‘Camel cart ride’, ‘Bullock cart ride’, a ride on the ‘Tractor’. All these rides gave children an opportunity to have a glimpse of the present village life and the means of transportation used there. The Eco Park was set in the midst of a village area and it was so made that it gave the entire look of village people, their work and their living style. There were some equipment’s installed like the ‘Charkha weaving’, ‘making of white thread from cotton balls’ which was very fascinating. Apart from all this, the children also enjoyed dancing on their favourite numbers.

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17th February 2016 – Fitness Mantra – Class I-B

‘Fitness is not about being better than someone else…it’s about being better than you used to be.’

A very nice quote says,’ keep jumping to keep your heart pumping’. The quote is very much true in itself. In today’s hectic and occupied life, we human beings barely get time to keep ourselves fit and healthy and lead a happy and energetic life. Staying fit is very important. Our body is a machine. Just like a machine requires frequent greasing to keep going on smoothly, in the same manner the human body also needs regular greasing in the form of exercise to keep it going on. Talking about the exercise, two things that come to our mind are - Yoga and Aerobics. Both these forms of the exercises help keep our body fit and healthy.

To showcase the importance and benefits of Yoga and Aerobics, a very informative assembly was presented by the students of class I-B of our school. The kids presented the merits of doing regular exercise including the benefits of Yoga and Aerobics. It was a very playful enactment, showing kids doing exercise in the park, telling the benefits associated with it. Few of the students also showcased different forms of yoga asana. The importance of Aerobics was shown in the form of an exercise song. It was a very energizing and beautiful assembly. The importance and benefits of both yoga and aerobics were presented very beautifully and in a precise manner. The kids enjoyed a lot…

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16th February 2016 - Meeting with the Space Celebrity - SUNITA WILLIAMS

Students and teachers of Sachdeva Global School got a wonderful opportunity to meet the world renowned NASA astronaut, Ms. Sunita Williams at Indian Islamic Centre, New Delhi on Friday 16-2-16. The excitement to meet and share her experience of space with us was much awaited from the time we heard of her arrival.

She interacted and entertained us whole heartedly which influenced children to take more interest in space exploration.

Her inspiring words infused zeal and vigour in the students in a profound way.

Ms. Sunita Williams told us how she was prepared for over two years before the space trip, actually going into the space with her crew members, living there with no gravity, flying all over the spaceship, her sleeping pattern, food habits etc. in space. All this was shown to the students with the help of a live video.

It left them awe-struck and wondering over the nuances of space exploration by getting enticed by the phenomenal space journey. To the creation of nature they had just one word “Wow”.



9th February 2016 – Vasant Panchami

‘SARASWATHI NAMASTHUBHYAM, VARADEY KAAMARUPINEE VIDHYARAMBHAV KARISHYAMI, SIDHIR BHAVATHU MEY SADA’

Vasant Panchami marks the beginning of the spring season. The festival serves different importance in different states of India. Like in the eastern parts of the country, particularly West Bengal, it is celebrated as Saraswati Puja while in the states like Punjab and Bihar, it is celebrated as the festival of kites. On this day, the goddess of knowledge, wisdom and art, Saraswati Ma, is worshipped with great fervour and enthusiasm.

In order to highlight the importance of Vasant Panchami in the life’s of the people of our country, a beautiful assembly was presented by the students of class I-A of our school. The children were yellow attire, which is considered to be the colour of Basant. The religious importance of the festival was presented very beautifully by the children, followed by a dance by the girls on the song ‘Hey Sharde Ma’, which added to the entire beauty assembly. It was a flawless assembly enjoyed by all.











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29th January 2016 – Annual Swami Vivekananda Competition

A Globalite attended an Annual Swami Vivekananda Competition on 16/10/2015 which was a compilation of various events based on Indian History and Vivekananda’s life. It initiated with a Quiz followed by Group Discussion, Essay Writing and an Interview. Another Quiz on the topic of Inner Strengths was also an attraction of the competition. A spring of delight and fame was added to our school with a certificate stating Ist position in the junior category and a cash prize of Rs. 10000 by Ritvik Tanwar of Class VII-B on 29/01/2016. It was a remarkable achievement which stole our hearts and filled us with a feeling of intense jubilation.









21st January 2016 – Republic Day Celebration

Keeping up with the tradition of challenging one’s own limits of excellence, Sachdeva Global School organized the Republic Day Celebrations on 21st January 2016, which was a true cultural extravaganza. The chief guest was Shri S. K. Sachdeva, Chairman Sachdeva Group of Institutions, Mrs. Kiran Gambhir, Advisor, Mr. Anil Sachdeva, Vice Chairman, Dr R. C. Chadha and Dr. S. N. Maheswari, eminent members of the management committee with Mrs. Sudha Sadangi, HoS, SR World School were among the other dignitaries who were present for the ceremony. They were felicitated by Mrs. Sumana Dutta Sarkar, the Head of the School.

Pearls of wisdom by the Honourable Chairman Sir gave an astounding commencement to the function. The cultural programme began with the rejuvenating welcome dance “Abhinandan” enumerating various serene and charismatic ways of expressing gratitude followed by a captivating fusion performance “Vilayan” which enthralled the viewers and took them into the melodious cultural spree. Annual Prize Distribution showcased the laurels brought by the Globalites and motivated them to scale newer heights. The young dancers of the school stole the show presenting a grand spectacle of amalgamation of Classical and Western dance along with the power of Yoga forms showcased in the “Sangeet Spandan” provided a kaleidoscope of vibrant arts and talents on the stage. The spirit of liberation signified by the Release of Balloons marked the historical ending. The instrumental, dance and musical tribute to the nation enticed the audiences and they were awe-struck by the scintillating show. The event was a grand success and set the momentum for even higher excellence in the times to come.

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