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Today's world has become a global village and celebrations of all kinds showcase the acceptance of cultural diversity, solidarity and patriotism. Various events and celebrations are held at Sachdeva Public School throughout the year wherein children get an excellent opportunity to discover their latent talent. The teachers motivate and nurture the skills of the students for their holistic development. All the celebrations and events that are organized in Sachdeva Public School have some profound meaning and pragmatic purpose as well.





Gandhi Jayanti (III-V)
07-10-2021

Gandhi Jayanti (2nd October)

'Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony.'

Keeping this in view, the students of III-V of Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura celebrated the birth anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi with utmost zeal, happiness and harmony.

Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated to remember the teachings, values and principles of 'Rashtrapita Mahatma Gandhi .' Our beloved bapu played the most significant role in the struggle of Indian independence and advocated Truth and Non Violence.

On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, the enthusiastic, the students paid a digital homage to the great Mahatma. They danced on his favourite bhajan ‘Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram’. In a ‘Role Play Activity' the children played the role of different belongings of Mahatma ji like his spectacles and walking stick. They also spoke about his love for books and the importance of charkha in his life.

The celebration enlightened the young minds regarding the life and principles of the greatest and inspirational figure- the Mahatma.


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Poshan Maah (XI-XII)
06-10-2021

Poshan Maah

Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura in continuation to various activities for Poshan Maah, organized aa detailed discussion session for students of classes XI and XII on ‘Benefits of healthy diet, exercising and Yoga’ on 20 September 2021. The students were enlightened about balanced diet, about the points that have to be considered while deciding a balanced diet.  Meaning of nutrition, micronutrients,  macronutrients and non nutritive component of diet were also discussed. The discussion also focused on how we can maintain  healthy  weight. At the end of the session, pitfalls of dieting and various  myths regarding few food items were also discussed. Overall,  it was a highly informative session.


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RASHTRIYA POSHAN MAAH 2021 (IX-X)
06-10-2021

RASHTRIYA POSHAN MAAH 2021

“Junk food satisfies you for a minute but healthy food satisfies you for life .”

To observe Rashtriya Poshan Maah 2021, Nutrition related discussions, activities and awareness sessions were organized by Sachdeva Public School from 1 September to 30 September, 2021.

An informative video was created by the students of classes IX and X to show their commitment towards leading a healthy lifestyle and to sensitize all regarding the importance of health and balanced diet.  The aim of this initiative was to encourage the participants to adopt a positive approach towards health and avoid junk food in their daily life. All the students were highlighted about the ill-effects of obesity, malnourishment and lack of exercise.

The students displayed their zeal and enthusiasm for health and nutrition through posters and slogans. A Slogan Writing Activity was organised on the same theme for class X students and  Poster Making Activity for class IX. The students of classes IX and X expressed their thoughts creatively through these activities.

To create further awareness about Health and Nutrition a Power Point presentation followed by a quiz was conducted among the students. . The students also expressed their views about the significance of balanced diet through a video for everyone. They realized how pivotal it is to keep their mind and body healthy.

Both teachers and students took active part in all the activities with full vigor and enthusiasm. Overall, it was an innovative health awareness drive enjoyed by all.


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IDS Activity (Classes III to V)
05-10-2021

IDS Activity (Classes III to V)

Comparative Analysis of National Symbols 

National symbols are important for national unity and play an important role in celebrating cultural, linguistic, social, religious and political diversity of different nations. These differences enrich human interactions and evolve students into global citizens.

Keeping this view in mind, comparative study of national symbols of India, Bangladesh and Nepal was taken up by our young learners wherein they coloured national flags, solved worksheets and did comparative study of national symbols ; flag, currency, animal, flower, tree, fruit etc. of these countries,

The activity provided a platform to the students to celebrate diversity as well as oneness of the culture of the three countries.


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Gandhi Jayanti Celebration (LKG &UKG)
05-10-2021

Gandhi Jayanti Celebration (LKG &UKG)

Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi under whose exemplary leadership India attained freedom .To commemorate the ocassion, a bunch of exhilarating activities were organised in the nursery wing of the school.The children were shown videos on Gandhi Ji's life and his teachings ,thoughts and values To fulfill Gandhi Ji's dream of Swachh Bharat, the teachers talked to the children about the importance  of keeping the enviornment clean and how it can be done by using bins and taking care of our Green friends-trees and plants by watering them. They also made  eye catching and thought provoking posters  to spread the message of cleanliness. Keeping in mind today's unprecedented COVID-19 time, the teachers enlightened the children about Hand Washing as it is the basic habit for maintaining personal hygiene and it should  be a part of daily regime.The children were also made aware of how can we  fight out the virus by following COVID 19 appropriate behaviour -  wearing mask and washing hands .Parents shared photographs of their children joyfully doing the activities.ln all,the children paid their heartfelt tribute to Gandhi ji by enthusiastically participating in  the clean India drive.


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National Anthem Singing Competition (IDS Activity, Classes III to V)
05-10-2021

National Anthem Singing Competition

 (IDS Activity, Classes III to V)

 

National anthem involves emotions

and its pride for the country….

Honoring the anthem is

equal to honoring the nation…

A national anthem is a patriotic song recognized officially by a nation’s government. It reflects the history, struggles and traditions of a nation and its people and serves as an expression of national identity. Hence, it helps evoke feelings of patriotism among the country’s citizens and reminds them of their nation’s glory, beauty and rich heritage.

As a part of IDS Activity, a ‘National Anthem Singing Competition’ was organized for the children of classes III-V. The children sang the national anthems of India, Nepal and Bangladesh. The activity had a very positive impact on the students. It invoked the feeling of respect and unity and helped them identify and understand the ethnic, linguistic, cultural and religious identity of these nations.

It was a step further in the IDS journey of our students and provided them a platform to not only showcase their talent, confidence and skills but also an insight into the national anthems of other countries, thus, bringing them closer.

The principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi, appreciated the magnificent performance of the students, as they rendered the national anthems of India, Nepal and Bangladesh, melodiously.


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POSHAN MAAH 2021(LKG&UKG)
04-10-2021

POSHAN MAAH 2021(LKG&UKG)

Under Government's flag ship programme to improve  nutrition outcome for children POSHAN MAAH is celebrated every year in the month of September .The objective behind this is to propagate awareness about balance diet, healthy eating , nutrition and ill effects of junk food on the growth and development  of the children.Bearing  this in mind, plethora of hand picked activities were organised in the nursery wing. The children were shown animated movies to highlight the importance and role of nutrition and balanced diet for a fit and healthy body.The teacher talked to the  children how balance diet which includes fruits, vegetables ,whole grains and dairy products plays a pivotal role  in body's growth.Children made attractive posters on healthy food to amplify their importance for healthy living.

 The children were also encouraged to offer and share a nutritious meal with children from underprivileged sections of the society, in their neighborhood.ln all, it was a innovative  awareness month that enlightened the children about health and nutrition.


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POSHAN MAAH 2021(LKG&UKG)
04-10-2021
POSHAN MAAH 2021(LKG&UKG)
Under Government's flag ship programme to improve  nutrition outcome for children POSHAN MAAH is celebrated every year in the month of September .The objective behind this is to propagate awareness about balance diet, healthy eating , nutrition and ill effects of junk food on the growth and development  of the children.Bearing  this in mind, plethora of hand picked activities were organised in the nursery wing. The children were shown animated movies to highlight the importance and role of nutrition and balanced diet for a fit and healthy body.The teacher talked to the  children how balance diet which includes fruits, vegetables ,whole grains and dairy products plays a pivotal role  in body's growth.Children made attractive posters on healthy food to amplify their importance for healthy living.
 The children were also encouraged to offer and share a nutritious meal with children from underprivileged sections of the society, in their neighborhood.ln all, it was a innovative  awareness month that enlightened the children about health and nutrition.

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ONLINE INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2021-22
28-09-2021

ONLINE INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2021-22

The school continued with its annual ritual of handing over the torch to the new Students Council by hosting the Investiture Ceremony online on 21 September 2021. The programme commenced with virtual lighting up of the ceremonial lamp followed by the ‘Ganesh vandana’ to invoke the blessings of the Almighty. The Principal of the school, Mrs Mona Rastogi administered the oath to new members of the Students Council who pledged their devotion, loyalty and sincerity to uphold the motto of the school. The Head Boys, Mridul Mittal XII A, Lakshay Gupta XII B and Head Girls, Kesar Dhingra XII E, Mannat Dudeja XII B thanked  the revered Principal for bestowing this honour upon them and also addressed the members of the council. The celebration concluded with the enlightening words of the Principal to give an impetus to the morale and credence of the students.


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Rashtriya Poshan Maah (III-V)
28-09-2021

Rashtriya Poshan Maah 

Poshan Abhiyaan is a flagship programme of the Government of India that creates awareness about the importance of nutrition in our life and to address malnutrition by 2022.

Our school too has been an active participant of the Poshan Maah programme held countrywide in the month of September from its beginning in 2018 and organises different activities to generate nutrition and health awareness among students.

While imparting knowledge on eating healthy and having meals at the right time, teachers also discouraged students from indulging in junk food. There was a discussion on healthy eating habits and good table manners. A virtual assembly was organised which included a Fancy Dress Show for the students of classes III to V. The students dressed up as various fruits and vegetables looked delightfully good. They spoke about the importance of eating healthy food and advised their friends to stayaway from junk food items like burgers and pizzas which have little or no nutritional value.

To give a boost to their love for healthy food, a special plantation drive was also conducted where the students of the primary wing planted seeds of different vegetables in their kitchen garden. The students were also encouraged to participate in E – quiz organized by Govt. of India through Mygov Portal.

The students virtually expressed their views on the importance of eating nutritious and healthy food and the ways to keep diseases at bay. The students were also encouraged to share a nutritious meal with at least one child from the underpriviledged sections of the society, living in their neighbourhood. This activity helped our students imbibe a sense of social responsibility, inclusion and volunteerism.It was truly a month of creating awareness among children through different fun activities which proved to be a great learning experience for them.


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SWACHHATA PAKHWADA 2021
24-09-2021

SWACHHATA PAKHWADA 2021

“Cleanliness is the hallmark of perfect standards and the best quality inspector is the conscience.”

To observe Swachhata Pakhwada 2021,Swachhta related discussions, activities and awareness sessions were organized for the students from 1 Sep to 15 Sep, 2021.

Swachhata Pledge was taken by the students of classes IX and X to show their commitment towards the cause as they strived to make a difference to the  society. The aim of this initiative was to encourage the participants to develop a sense of responsibility towards cleanliness and protect the environment for the betterment of the society. All the students pledged to spread the message among the community with a sense of responsibility to ensure better sanitation and hygiene in society.

The students displayed their love and care for environment through posters and slogans. A Slogan Writing Activity was organised on the topic ‘Personal Hygiene’ . ‘Clean Hands, Save Lives’ was the topic for Poster Making Activity. The students of classes IX and X expressed their thoughts creatively through these activities.

To create further awareness about Swachhata, a group discussion was also held where the students expressed their views about the significance of cleanliness for everyone. They realized how pivotal it is to keep their planet clean and green. They listed out multiple ways of reducing waste and recycling it.

Both teachers and students took active part in all the activities with full vigor and enthusiasm. With students now promising to become active participants in cleanliness activities across the nation, the dream of a ‘Clean India’ has begun to  shape up.


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Dawai Bhi, Kadai Bhi
24-09-2021

Dawai Bhi, Kadai Bhi

Campaign Against COVID-19 Pandemic

The more we follow COVID Appropriate Behaviours, the more we help break the chain of COVID-19 transmission.

As known to everyone, the COVID 19 pandemic has led to unprecedented and unanticipated challenges requiring collective action and support from all. While all necessary measures to fight the spread of Novel CoronaVirus (COVID 19) are being effectively led by the Central Government and State Governments, there is a need to reinforce the importance of preventive measures and practices in a sustained manner, to deal with the disease over the long run.

 Sachdeva Public School , Pitampura and its students have shown their initiative in taking this message forward. A series of activities have been organised to sensitise the young learners and their families. The school organised a badge making activity for classes III to V and the students as always participated with their usual eagerness and enthusiasm. They used paper cut outs in various shapes and ribbons to make badges that carried the message of COVID appropriate behaviour written beautifully in the kids' own handwriting. The messages- Maintain a safe distance, Greet without physical contact, Use the sanitizer, Avoid touching eyes, nose, mouth; Stay home to stay safe, Wear a mask, Get vaccinated, etc. showed how vigilant and alert our young generation is and how well they know the rules of maintaining safety and good health in the present scenario. Next the school organised an activity-  Speech on Dawai Bhi Kadai Bhi. The students spoke about Covid appropriate behaviour, need for vaccination, precautions to be taken and other issues related to Covid. This activity reinforced their knowledge about the precautions one needs to take to protect oneself from the deadly virus. To take the campaign against Covid 19 pandemic ahead, a video was shown in classes III to V that  focused on how the virus spreads and what all preventive measures should be adopted to reduce its transmission. The students learnt to make simple face masks by using a handkerchief and rubber band.

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Swachhata Pakhwada
23-09-2021

Swachhata Pakhwada

‘Be Clean and Keep India Clean’

'Swachhata Pakhwada' as a part of 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ was initiated by our honourable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi with the objective of bringing a fortnight of intense focus on the issues and practices of cleanliness.

Recognising the vital role of the schools in spreading the Swachhata awareness and implementation across the country, CBSE directed all schools to observe Swachhata Pakhwada.

Under the directive of the Central Board of Education ‘Cleanliness drive for Swachh Bharat' was observed and Sachdeva Public School enthusiastically took initiative and organised various activities for the students of classes III to V to create awareness among children regarding cleanliness. The activities included ‘Painting and Drawing Competitions, Mask Making, Hand Washing and Tree Plantation’. The students made paintings, cartoons and wrote slogans on the importance of cleanliness.’ ‘Green School Drive' was conducted where the students planted saplings and understood the significance of green and clean surroundings. ‘Swachhata Pakhwada-Discussion by school cabinet’, a meeting was held  for the students via Google Meet where the children gave their suggestions on the importance of cleanliness and personal hygiene.‘A clean hand is a caring hand’ message was shared by the students through ‘Hand Washing Activity'. The students were shown a video to educate them about the importance of personal hygiene and what they should do to maintain it.

E-certificates were provided to the winners of the drawing competition. The work of students, teachers and parents was phenomenal in making cleanliness a successful campaign.


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International Day of Peace (Classes III to V)
23-09-2021

International Day of Peace

(Classes III to V)

“There is no path to peace, peace is the path." -Mahatma Gandhi

World peace or peace on Earth is a concept of an ideal state of happiness, freedom and peace among all people and nations on Earth. In 1981, the United Nations Organisation designated 21 September as a day for global non-violence and ceasefire and to be observed as 'World Peace Day' or ‘International Day of Peace' every year.

‘Recovering better for an equitable and sustainable world’ being the theme of International Peace Day 2021, inspires one and all to think collectively about how to help everyone recover better from covid-19 pandemic and make the world a healthier and  peaceful place.

To celebrate this special day, the students of primary wing were shown an elaborate PPT. The PPT focused on the significance of mutual peace within the nations   and showcased the global peace leaders like Gautam Buddha,   Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa and Nelson Mandela. It also elucidated our  responsibility for creating a peaceful world, free of conflict and violence around us.

The students watched the PPT with utmost interest. They also got an opportunity to build peaceful perspectives around them. They were also told the importance of maintaining peace, harmony, kindness and compassion among themselves.


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Tree Plantation Drive (III-V)
17-09-2021

Tree Plantation Drive

‘To plant trees is to give body and life to one’s dreams of a better world.’

Trees are the green gold of our planet Earth. Bounties of trees are abundant. A tree is the greatest teacher too, telling us that in order to aspire, we need to be grounded and no matter how high we go, it is from our roots that we draw sustenance.

Keeping these views in mind, a Tree Plantation Drive was organized for classes 3 to 5 from 8 September 2021 to 12 September 2021.Our green warriors planted saplings and promised to nurture them. Principal Ms. Mona Rastogi, appreciated the efforts of the green brigade and urged the students to continue with this great cause in years to come and take a pledge to plant at least one sapling each year on their birthday, during the monsoon and other important occasions of their life.

 


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Management as a Career
15-09-2021

Webinar on ‘Management as a Career’

An online webinar was conducted on ‘Management as a Career’ in association with The Times of India, for the students of classes XI and XII. The resource person enlightened the students about various career options in management i.e. Marketing, Finance, Operations, IT, Human Resource and Data Analytics. The webinar was primarily conducted to acquaint participants about various colleges and universities offering different management courses, structure of entrance tests and syllabi to be prepared for the same. The speaker emphasized on various skills essential to have a successful career in the field of management. It was a truly enriching session where students’ knowledge about the industry was augmented.


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READING WEEK (LKG & UKG)
10-09-2021

READING WEEK (LKG & UKG)

Reading is the key for life long learning. Instilling love for reading at early age helps in acquiring literacy and communication and social 

 skills. Reading week was organised in the month of August in the nursery wing of Sachdeva Public School with great zest  and zeal.The weeklong activities unfolded a new world to the children. Exciting and intriguing activities were specially culled for the little ones to kindle love and passion for reading.

      ln LKG classes ,children did picture  and letter reading from their books with great enthusiasm .They displayed their creativity by making beautiful book marks and cover  page for the Maths book.Children enjoyed playing an interesting game in which they stacked the glasses with same letter. These activities  were immensely engaging with great learning outcomes.

In UKG classes also,children showed tremendous interest in the hand picked reading activities .They made beautiful word cards and framed sentences  using those words,  revealed in picture reading and made eye catching book marks.Parents shared beautiful photographs and videos of  the activities with the school. In all , these activities opened new avenues of learning for the children.


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Teachers' Day Celebration(UKG & LKG)
04-09-2021

TEACHERS' DAY CELEBRATION (LKG & UKG)

"A teacher affects eternity; He can never tell where his influence stops. "

It goes without saying that a teacher has a significant impact on a student's future.It is teacher who instill love and passion for learning in them.Teachers are always looked to for guidance, motivation, and direction by their students. Teachers' Day is a special day of the year dedicated to honouring, appreciating, and acknowledging teacher's impeccable contribution to the society. The nursery wing celebrated this day with great gusto.The children took this day, as a perfect  opportunity to show their love and gratification towards their teachers . They made beautiful cards with heartfelt messages for their loving teachers.Parents shared beautiful photographs and videos of their  children expressing their immense love for their teachers with the school which the teachers will  cherish forever.The children made this day truly special and touched the hearts of the teachers as on-line classes resonated with cheers -" l love you ma'am." The teachers felt very proud and elevated as they were showered with lots of love and respect they deserve.


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Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav(Classes III-V)
02-09-2021

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav

Activities for Awareness in Students regarding India’s Freedom Struggle
Poster Making on Freedom Fighters- August 2021(Classes 3 to 5)

On 15th August 1947, India got its freedom, ending an almost 200-year British rule in the subcontinent. It is a day of immense pride for all Indians as we commemorate the sacrifices made by millions of our freedom fighters, who had sacrificed their lives in the freedom struggle and with their unfaltering grit and patriotism, forced the British empire to finally retreat. Celebrating 75 years of India's independence, Sachdeva Public School,Pitampura,Delhi organized a ‘Poster Making Competition’ on 'Freedom Fighters' for the students of classes III to V. The budding artists participated with zeal and enthusiasm showing their emerging love for the nation by making beautiful posters. The students paid homage to the martyrs of our long freedom struggle and learnt how valuable this hard earned freedom is that must be safeguarded at every cost by this new generation of patriots.


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Rakshabandhan Craft Competition Classes (III-V)
31-08-2021

Rakshabandhan Craft Competition

'Priceless thread Rakhi is the epitome of love between brother and sister.'

The festivals celebrated in India reflect the country's rich cultural abundance. They break the humdrum of daily routine and bring with them a wave of excitement, happiness and hope even in the most difficult times.

Rakshabandhan is one of such festivals. lt is a special occasion to celebrate the virtuous bond of love between brother and sister which is one of the deepest and noblest of all emotions.

On the auspicious occasion of Rakshabandhan, the Primary Wing of Sachdeva Public School organised Rakshabandhan Craft Competition through the virtual platform to make the students understand the true essence of this festival and the sacred relation of a brother and a sister. All the students participated with great zeal and zest in  this creative competition.The beautiful and colourful rakhis made by the girls of Class III were an enviable lot and a fusion of modern with traditional style. The girls of class IV used their creativity and ingenuity to create dazzling lumbas using a variety of craft material. The artistic girls of class V decorated beautiful thalis to boost up the preparation for the celebration of the upcoming festival. This competition cut across the contours of gender divide and saw exuberant participation of the boys. The young  boys of class lll showcased their talent by making beautiful envelopes of different shapes and sizes. The talented boys of classes IV and V came up with some very innovative ways of wrapping the gifts and decorating the baskets for their sisters to reciprocate their love.

The competition not only provided the students a platform to showcase their talent and creativity but also taught them to cherish the relationship with their siblings.

The school Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi , appreciated the efforts put in by students and encouraged them to give their best always. The winners were awarded e - certificates for their commendable efforts.


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Janmashtami Celebration 2021 Classes I and II
28-08-2021

Janmashtami Celebration 2021

Classes I and II

Krishna Janmashtami also known as Gokulashtami is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna. The birth of Lord Krishna took place to dispel evil  from the earth and spread the message of love and brotherhood.The festival is celebrated with great fervor and zeal . On this day temples are decorated with lights and flowers. People worship Lord Krishna by singing bhajans.With the aim to spread joy and happiness the students of classes I and II celebrated online Janmashtami. The  celebration started by seeking the blessings from Lord Krishna.The children were dressed in vibrant traditional attire and dance to the melodious songs. They enjoyed their favourite sweets while watching movie about Lord Krishna.To add more zeal to the festival they showcased flute and pot decoration activity. On this holy occassion of Janmashtami may Nand Gopal shower his blessings on all of us.


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Janmashtami Celebration (LKG&UKG)
28-08-2021

Janmashtami Celebration (LKG&UKG)

 Janmashtami festival which marks the birth of Lord Krishna brings lots of splendour, colour and gaiety all around.It is the time to rejoice and  seek the blessings of Lord Krishna. Janmashtami was celebrated in the nursery wing of Sachdeva Public School with great mirth and joy. To enhance the spirit of festivity,special activities were culled for the little ones which not only enthralled them but helped them to learn about the rich Indian cultural and traditions. Children enjoyed watching an animated movie on Lord Krishna's birth and made beautiful and vibrant flutes,matkis  and crowns using coloured paper and a variety of embellishments in the class.Parents delightfully shared photographs in which children  came beautifully decked up  as endearing Krishna, Radha,Gwalas and Gopis.Children mesmerized everyone with their spectacular dance performances on enchanting songs of Lord Krishna which filled the air with devotion and bliss.ln all ,the little ones welcomed Lord Krishna with great  fervour and faith.


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INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY
26-08-2021

 

INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY

International Youth Day is celebrated every year on 12 August to bring youth issues to the attention of the international community and to celebrate the potential of youth as active partners in the global society. The students of classes XI-XII celebrated the event virtually with great vigour. The children highlighted the theme of this year’s International Youth Day which is ‘Transforming the food systems.’ The role of youngsters in nation building was reiterated as they are the leaders of tomorrow. The program also showcased the youth icons of India, thus motivating the children to work hard and excel in their endeavors. The young freedom fighters were shown as a source of inspiration as they sacrificed their lives for the country. The event ended with the recitation of a poem ‘An Address to Youth’ by a student. The poem focused on the fact that youth is an age to learn and yearn, so the youngsters must rise and touch the sky. The event, indeed, ignited the young souls to transform their dreams into thoughts and thoughts into action.


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IDS ACTIVITY (WORKSHEET) LKG & UKG
26-08-2021

IDS ACTIVITY (WORKSHEET)

LKG & UKG

Worksheets are a  great teaching resource and an  effective tool of learning to engage students to ensure active learning.

Under IDS activity - (Exotic fruits from around the world) children were introduced to the fruits of countries like New Zealand, Switzerland ,India and Spain .Children were very keen to learn about the fruits of different countries.Post this, they were given an interesting  and engaging worksheet to assess  the learning outcome. The children enthusiastically participated in the activity and did matching of fruits to flags of their respective countries . This thoughtful activity helped  the children to imbibe knowledge about fruits.


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RAKSHABANDHAN CELEBRATION
21-08-2021

RAKSHABANDHAN CELEBRATION

India’s festivals reflect the country’s rich cultural abundance. Breaking the humdrum of daily routine, these festivals bring with them a wave of excitement, happiness and hope even in the most difficult times.

On the auspicious occasion of Rakshabandhan , the middle wing organised several activities through virtual platform to make students understand the true essence of this festival and the sacred relation of a brother and a sister.

The students of classes VI to VIII celebrated this festival of love in a creative manner by making beautiful rakhis, lumbas, decorative thalis, cards, photo-frames, envelopes. They used coloured paper, beads, studs, net, silken thread, mirrors and things like rice, grains. Their artisanship was quiet fascinating and children thoroughly enjoyed this activity which tickled their creative talents. All the students participated with great joy and zeal in this innovative competition and made it a huge success conveying the following fact :

 

‘The bond between a sister and a brothersometimes tightly woven ,sometimes loosely held, but never broken’.

 


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Rakhi Celebration(LKG-UKG)
21-08-2021

Rakhi Celebration (LKG &UKG)

Raksha Bandhan is not just rakhi, roli and mithai… it’s about celebrating the unique bond between brother and sister .

Rakhi is the sacred thread of protection embellished with the love and affection of a sister for her brother.Children of nursery wing celebrated this pious festival of love with great zest and zeal.The children made beautiful and  vibrant rakhis using a variety of decorative material like beads,glitter flowers, studs, dori and sequins in the class. Parents shared photographs of their children exhibiting beautiful rakhis and doing the rituals.The children looked adorable tying beautiful rakhis, applying tilak ,exchanging gifts and holding  beautifully decorated puja thalis in their hands.The festivity brought sparkling smiles on the faces of little ones  and spread happiness  and mirth all around.


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Independence Day Celebration
14-08-2021

Independence Day Celebration

The nursery wing of Sachdeva Public School celebrated Independence Day online with great enthusiasm.The children expressed their love for the country by raising slogans like Jai Hind and Vande Mataram.
Children sang patriotic songs , danced on the tunes of patriotic numbers, and even came dressed as freedom fighters to mark the occasion. Children amazed every one with their splendid performances . Videos and photographs were shared by the enthusiastic parents. It was a memorable day for the little ones full of excitement and mirth.

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Independence Day Celebration
14-08-2021
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION

Independence day is celebrated with great spirit of patriotism every year. It is the day to remember the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters.The nursery wing of the school celebrated independence day with great zeal and enthusiasm. A special assembly was conducted where children mesmerized everyone with their vibrant performances.Children sang songs and rhymes, danced on patriotic numbers and came dressed as freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi,Bhagat Singh,Rani Laxmi Bai, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru,Lal Bahadur Shastri. The excitement and zest with which children participated in the celebration was unparallel.ln all ,it was the day soaked with patriotism.

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Independence Day Celebration
14-08-2021

Independence Day Celebration

The nursery wing of Sachdeva Public School celebrated Independence Day with great patriotic fervour. It is the day the country reminiscences the sacrifice of our great freedom fighters and leaders during the India's struggle for freedom. To keep the spirit alive the children participated in the array of activities organised by the school .A special assembly was conducted where the children sang patriotic songs and rhymes ,gave astounding dance performances on patriotic numbers and came dressed as freedom fighters like Rani Laxmi bai, Bhagat Singh , Gandhi ji , Pandit Nehru, Lal Bhadhur Shastri.
The on- line classes resonated with slogans like Vandemataram and Jaihind .The children were beaming with excitement. Parents shared videos of their children with the school. It was a wonderful day which made us proud to be lndians.

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Independence Day Celebration Classes LKG & UKG
14-08-2021

INDEPENDENCE DAY  CELEBRATION
Classes LKG & UKG

Independence day is celebrated with great feeling of nationalism and patriotism across the country. It is the day to remember the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters.The nursery wing of the  school celebrated independence day with great zeal and enthusiasm. A week long craft activities were organised in the classes where children made national flag,beautiful tri colour flowers, kites ,caps and badges. It was a creative adventure for the little ones which they enjoyed thoroughly.


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Independence Day Celebration Classes 1 and 2
13-08-2021

Independence Day Celebration

Classes I and II

15th August, 1947 is the day embossed in the golden history of India. It is the day when India got it's freedom from the British rule. It was a hard and long non-violent struggle in which many freedom fighters sacrificed their lives for our beloved motherland. Celebration of such festivals brings patriotism amongst the students. This joyous occasion was celebrated virtually in classes I and II with much fervor and zeal. Various activities were planned to make the celebration merrier and magnificent. Children made beautiful tri-colour craft work, danced on patriotic songs to express their love for the country. A special assembly was conducted virtually followed by the discussion of national festivals, significance of tri colour in our national flag and sacrifices made by our freedom fighters was also done in the online classes. The students were encouraged to be the responsible citizens of India.

The Founder's Day of Sachdeva Public School was also the part of this celebration.  Children danced on the "Birthday song" to celebrate the school's birthday. All the videos were compiled and put together as a grand show.  Everyone was amazed by the performances of the little ones.


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International Friendship Day Classes III- V
12-08-2021

 

 

International Friendship Day

Classes III- V

 Don't walk in front of me.......

I may not follow,

Don't walk behind me.......

I may not lead,

Walk beside me........

Just be my friend.

                                        -Albert Camus

We all know the company of friends helps the mind blossom into a healthy garden and protects it from withering away. Friendship is one of the most precious gifts of life and a good friend is someone who is trustworthy, doesn't talk behind your back, listens to your problems, gives you good advice and tries to lend her/his support at all times.

Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura celebrated the International Friendship Day by organising a plethora of activities to promote the value of friendship which ultimately helps in developing love and harmony amongst human beings.

The students of Classes III-V participated in the activities with great zeal and enthusiasm and showcased their creative ideas. The budding artists of Class III exhibited their artistic skills by making beautiful cloud- shaped cutouts and made them more interesting by writing the qualities of their best friends.

The creative students of Class IV made colourful pots blooming with vibrant hand- shaped flowers on which they wrote different ways to help their friendship blossom. Their innovative ideas left everyone spellbound. Enthusiasm among the students of Class V could be seen through their active participation in card making activity. They made flowers with colourful papers and used decorative material and came up with stupendous friendship day cards.

It was an enriching experience which gave children memories for lifetime.

 

 


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PATRIOTIC SONG COMPETITION
09-08-2021

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PATRIOTIC SONG COMPETITION

“Music is the language of the spirit. It opens the secret of life bringing peace, abolishing strife.”
 Music is a part of every known society, past and present, and is common to all human cultures across the globe. Singing gives an opportunity to the children to express their feelings and ideas. Keeping this in mind an online Patriotic Song Competition was organised for the students of class VIII. The students exhibited their singing skills and the effect was mesmerizing even without the use of any musical instruments. The students sang a wide variety of patriotic songs and displayed their expertise over voice modulation and rhythm. The students were judged on the basis of sur, taal and overall presentation including expressions that beautifully expressed the theme.




‘ Feet Up- Dancing Stars’
09-08-2021

‘ Feet Up- Dancing Stars’

Dance Competition (Class VII)

 The job of feet is walking, but their hobby is dancing.”

 Dance is a conversation between mind and soul. It is an important factor that promotes confidence, high self-esteem and personal expression. It helps children learn and think in new ways.

Keeping the benefits of dance in mind and to give young dancing stars a platform to showcase their talent, Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura organized an Online Dance Competition, ‘Feet Up- Dancing Stars’ for the students of class VII. The theme of the competition was ‘India of My Dreams.’

Highlighting the theme, the participants sent exquisitedance videos on topics like A corruption free India, Literacy, Cleanliness etc. All the performances truly justified the theme. The efforts of the students were highly praiseworthy. They left no stone unturned to impress the judges. The winners of the competition were awarded with e-certificates.

Overall, it was a refreshing experience for the students that enabled them to demonstrate their flair for dance.


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Poster Making Competition (Class IX)
05-08-2021

Poster Making Competition

The Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat Programme, announced by Hon’ble Prime Minister on 31 October 2015, aims to actively enhance interaction between people of diverse cultures living in different States and UTs in India. In order to highlight and promote this interaction, a variety of activities are being organized under this programme. As a part of this plan, an online Poster Making Competition was organised for the students of classes VIII and IX on 28 July 2021. The theme of the competition was ‘Culture of Sikkim’, which is our partner state, so as to augment the knowledge of the students about Sikkim. The predominant objective behind the exercise was to amplify the awareness among the students about the state of Sikkim and not only to sensitise but also to acquaint them with the art and culture of the place. The students enthusiastically participated in the competition by making wonderful posters. In short, it was a delightful and productive activity for the students.


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Friendship Day Celebration (Class I & II)
31-07-2021

Friendship Day Celebration (Class I & II)

The friends take your hand and touch your heart. Friendship Day is a special day to express your feelings of being lucky and blessed to have great friends. The students of 1 & 2 although being online celebrated this special day and remembered their friends. They made beautiful friendship bands and sent their pictures to their teachers. They talked to their friends during the online class. They proudly announced the names of their friends in class. They also wished for schools to open soon, so that they can again meet their friends personally.


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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FRIENDSHIP
30-07-2021

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FRIENDSHIP (LKG and UKG)

"Having a best friend by your side is one of the best gifts you can ever get from God." God can not be  everywhere and that is the reason why he has made us capable enough to make such a beautiful relationship like friendship. It is the relationship which teaches us to care, share and most importantly helps us to face the challenges of life .Howsoever strong the relation may be, it constantly needs to be nurtured with love and care.To celebrate this bond of togetherness,special activities were curated for the little ones through which they expressed and strengthened their bond of friendship.The children made beautiful friendship bands and posters for their loving friends to show their immense love .The enthusiasm for the activities was amazing which could be seen in the photographs shared by the parents.


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ONLINE EXHIBITION (LKG & UKG)
19-07-2021

ONLINE EXHIBITION (LKG & UKG)

Summer vacation is the most awaited time of the year that brings joy and smile on the faces of the little ones. It is the time to have fun and relax.Apart from giving the children time for recreation ,it is also important to keep their learning process to continue . Being mindful of the fact ,an  interesting holiday assignment was given to the children to engage them in some meaningful and fun filled activities.

At the creative platform, children made beautiful bird feeders, carts,party caps,Dainty duck table bins and table organisers,using waste material like  empty shoe boxes, used tins etc. creatively and beautifully.These activities not only kept them occupied but gave them opportunity to unleash their talent. Lovely  photographs   showcasing children's tremendous efforts and skills were shared by the parents which were highly applauded by the school.


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Online Exhibition (Classes III to V)
13-07-2021

Think, Dream, Believe, Create- Display of Holiday Homework

Online Exhibition (Classes III to V)

“Creative minds make wonders and increase productivity.”

 Summer Vacation is the most awaited time of the year for the children. It is a time for fun and frolic and to bring some constructive activities to enhance the learning for young minds. So,  to keep the young learners well rested yet agile, a well thought out homework was drafted. The students were excited to share their homework with the teachers after the vacation.

 To give further boost to the undiscovered creativity of children, a virtual exhibition for the students of primary wing of Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura was organised  which was divided into three sections. The first part of the video displayed projects of English, Hindi and EVS whereas the second part covered Computer and Crafts homework. The art work done by class IV students , an amalgamation of various art forms like Madhubani Art, Pattern Art, Abstract Art and Creative Art was exhibited through a virtual art gallery in 3-D form. It showcased the creativity and imagination of our talented  children. The students left no stone unturned to present their aesthetic abilities.

 The hard work of the students was well appreciated by the school Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi. The virtual exhibition not only left a remarkable mark on each one of us but also gave beautiful memories to be cherished forever


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IDS Fruit Activity (LKG-UKG)
10-07-2021
FANCY DRESS ACTIVITY (IDS)

School activities play a pivotal role in holistic development of the children. Bearing this in mind ,Sachdeva Public School opens a window of opportunities for the little ones to develop their talents and skills through a plethora of activities .Under IDS (Exotic Fruits from around the world)- activity-"Dress as your favourite fruit "fancy dress activity was organised in the nursery wing which helped to stimulate their creativity and enhance  communication skills.Children were decked up beautifully as apples,grapes,strawberries,kiwis,
pine apples,mangoes ,watermelons etc.The children looked lovely and awesome in  beautiful crafted fruit dresses. Some of them enthusiastically came forward and talked about their favourite fruit and spellbound everyone with their confidence and zest. Parents shared  photographs and videos with the school.Children also learnt the importance of incorporating fruits in their daiy diet.In all,it was a great learning experience for the little ones packed with fun.

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READING WEEK (VI-VIII)
06-07-2021

READING WEEK (CLASSES VI-VIII)

“Reading is to Mind, What Exercise is to Body”

 It is through reading that we gather knowledge as well as enrich our brain with productive thoughts. Also, we boost up our skills through reading. The merits of reading are not just confined to this, it is through reading that we own our perspectives towards things that we see and hear around us.

 Keeping all the benefits of reading in mind, the Middle Wing of SPS organized a reading week from 21 June 2021 onwards through a virtual platform. This year the Reading Week was celebrated with various activities and the main objective was to emphasize that reading is important because it is good for our overall well-being. Once we start reading, we experience a whole new world and tend to visit new places without actually visiting them. When we start loving the habit of reading, we eventually get addicted to it.

The students from classes 6-8 were engaged in various mind stimulating activities in English language such as Word Bingo, Drawing Inspiration and Twist a Tale wherein they enhanced their vocabulary, spellings and learnt to be more articulate conversationalists and effective communicators. Similar enthusiasm was shown in Hindi language activities too where Panchatantra and moral tales kept them engrossed throughout the week. Newspaper Reading Activity was also incorporated to create awareness and inculcate the habit of reading a newspaper. Teachers acted as facilitators in all the activities encouraging discussion and exchange of ideas among students with their peer groups. They shared a list of good books in order to motivate the children to read. Language teachers played an instrumental role in conducting these activities.

 Information about e-library and its benefits were also disseminated amongst the students by the library teacher. The closing of the week was marked with creative and fun-filled activities like Book-jacket Making, Book-mark Making and Slogan Writing.

The zest and fervour among the students could be witnessed through their active participation throughout this reading week. The students were able to learn that reading books is an effective way to relax and reduce stress. It is important to read a good book at least for a few minutes each day to stretch the brain muscles for healthy functioning. Overall, this reading week celebration was an unforgettable experience for the children and was a huge success.


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READING WEEK (IX-X)
06-07-2021

National Reading Week

CLASSES IX-X

“Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything”

In order to celebrate the legacy of Late Shri. P.N. Panicker, the father of Library Movement, 19th June is observed as Reading Day. Reading is the gateway skill that makes all other learning possible. To encourage and inculcate this habit among students, Sachdeva Public School organized Reading Week from 21st June to 28th June 2021.

To commemorate this day, online reading related activities were conducted wherein the students of classes IX-X expressed their ideas and views in the form of group discussions, diary entries and vocabulary enhancement by newspaper reading on several topics which represented the theme ‘Reading Books- a uniquely portable magic’. The students also used their exceptional creativity and imagination showcasing their artistic skills on ‘Reading- a marvellous adventure’ by making posters and slogans. They were also enlightened with various E-Books in their Library periods. The students participated in all the activities with immense zeal and ebullience making this week a stupendous event.

Overall, the Reading Week brought a great transformation among children intensifying their reading skills and also provided them an opportunity to exhibit their dexterity and ingenuity.


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SUMMER VACATION ACTIVITIES (2021-22)
01-07-2021

SUMMER VACATION ACTIVITIES (2021-22)

CLASSES - I and II

Children have unique abilities and should be provided with opportunities to showcase their interests and explore ideas that inspire their curiosity and grow self confidence."Best learning happens when it is mixed with enjoyment". Keeping this thought in mind, a plethora of activities which were an amalgamation of fun and learning were planned for our little Sachdevians of classes I and II. Intriguing and enjoyable Art Integration Activities such as 'Myself' for class I and 'Word Chain' for class II were planned. This also helped our young learners to enhance their vocabulary and develop self-awareness. Apart from keen focus on academics, various engaging activities from the activity folder such as cotton ball printing, paper tearing, lady finger printing, painting using toothpicks/forks and thumb impression opened the doors of imagination of our little Sachdevians. Students of class I not only imbibed new skills but also gained knowledge about the beautiful State 'Sikkim' through a colouring activity. They made a fish bowl using disposable paper plates. Students of class II learnt about the historical places of Sikkim and showcased their creative hands in a photo frame and collage making activity. A Poster Making Activity-'Fun With Indoor Games' was planned for our young minds so that they channelize their creative energies staying indoors during the summer break.

Our Tiny Tots showcased their diligence and creativity in each planned activity which was unique, educative and beautiful in its own way


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Reading Week (Classes 3-5)
26-06-2021

Reading Week (Classes 3-5)

Reading is to the mind, what exercise is to body- Richard Steele

The best habit a person can develop in his life is the habit of reading as it is said ‘You become what you read.’ To inculcate the habit of reading among  students and to keep their mind flowing with creative ideas, ‘Reading Week’ was organised for classes 3 to 5 from 21st June to 25th June . Every year 19th June is celebrated as ‘National Reading Day’ in the memory of Mr P N Panicker,the man behind Kerala's Library Movement and it  is followed by Reading Week as well as Reading Month.

To inspire the young learners to become good readers, various activities were planned and conducted in library as well as English periods. The students of Class III participated in ‘ Read and Recall’ activity in which they read interesting stories followed by a class discussion. They talked about their favourite characters and the values learnt.

‘Spin a Yarn’ activity was organised for Class IV children where they created wonderful stories using the hints given to them.

A thought-provoking activity ‘Start -to-Finish' made  Class V students use their creative ideas and innate talent to give an ending to the stories given to them.

The students of class III and IV also exhibited their artistic skills by making bookmarks and beautiful shapes with proverbs and idioms written on them. The students of Class V learnt about the importance of setting aside some time everyday to read books, benefits of reading in shaping one’s personality and participated in a quiz based on books and authors.

An array of activities provided a platform to the students to discover and develop their magnificent abilities. The children not only understood the importance of reading but also participated with great enthusiasm and showcased their talent. The school Principal Ms.Mona Rastogi urged the students to take time out to read every day, every week, every month and throughout the year to become avid and enthusiastic readers. The week-long celebrations created awareness among the participants about the astounding change they can bring about in themselves by reading books.


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INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY CLASS 1 & 2
21-06-2021

“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self”

 International Yoga Day is celebrated on 21stJune, every year across the globe. During this pandemic year also, parents, students and teachers of Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura enthusiastically participated to mark the event. The theme of this year’s Yoga Day is ‘Yoga for Wellness’.

The tiny tots of classes 1 and 2 showed great zeal and enjoyed different yoga asanas in their Physical Education classes like Tadasana, Vajrasana, Dandasana etc.. They learnt the benefits of various asanas and also learnt how to build strength, increase flexibility, boost confidence and stay positive in this pandemic situation. Online quiz on Yoga was organized which included wide range of G.K. and awareness questions.

 Parents also came forward to spread the awareness of healthy living by doing yoga with children at home and shared photographs. Along with parents, teachers also took initiative to demonstrate and educate children about staying fit.

 Overall, Yoga Day was successful in conveying the message ofHealthy Living.


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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF YOGA
21-06-2021

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF YOGA

"Yoga is an invaluable gift of lndian ancient tradition and is a holistic approach to health and well being."

The art of practicing yoga helps in controlling an individual's mind, body and soul. It brings physical and mental discipline ,enhances concentration span, brings energy and vitality in the body. In today's scenario, maintaining physical and mental health has become all the more important for that we need to train our little ones in the art of practicing yoga which is a comprehensive solution 

 to good health and wellbeing. To commemorate International Yoga day,the children were taught simple yoga postures and asanas in their fitness classes. The children enthusiastically participated in the activity. They also shared beautiful photographs and videos of doing various Asanas,Pranayams, Dhayan -mudra with the school.Children were also motivated to make Yoga, a part of their daily regime for attaining the goal of good health.


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Father's Day Celebration
19-06-2021

Father's Day Celebration

The significance of a father is beyond words as he is the person who works tirelessly to fulfill the requirements of his family. To honour the contribution of fathers  and to celebrate the paternal bonding, Father's day is celebrated every year.This is the time to acknowledge the Fathers’ dedication and also the efforts made by them in raising & nurturing their families.

The children celebrated this day to make their father feel special .

The children expressed their love and gratification by making beautiful cards and presenting them to their fathers . Beautiful photographs showing their immense love and respect for their endearing fathers were shared with the school. The efforts by our tiny tots  were well admired by everyone.


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WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY - 05 JUNE 2021 (III-V)
05-06-2021

 World Environment Day (5th   June)

‘One step for a better environment today, is one step towards a better future tomorrow.’

World Environment Day is celebrated on 5th  June every year to create awareness about upkeep of environment .It is the  day that reminds everyone on the planet to get involved in environment friendly activities and take positive environmental action to protect mother Earth.

 Classes 3 to 5 celebrated World Environment Day this year virtually to sensitize the students about protection of environment to ensure a safe future. An informative thought-provoking PPT stimulated awareness about the environment among the students .It aimed at attracting their attention and urging them to take action towards safeguarding nature. This was followed by a discussion on this year’s theme of the Environment Day ‘Ecosystem Restoration’. The students enjoyed a movie ‘The Lorax’ which further inspired them .A melodious song by the children on creating a clean pollution-free planet reiterated their resolve of building a greener planet. A few environment related craft activities were shared with the students to help them do their bit for a better tomorrow and achieve sustainable development goals.

Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi urged the students to become crusaders of environment  protection and bring about a change in attitude towards environment by advocating partnership between each human being and society.


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International Day for Biological Diversity
22-05-2021

International Day for Biological Diversity 

-“We’re part of the solution”

The international Day for biological diversity also popularly known as World Biodiversity Day is a United Nations sanctioned international Day for the promotion of biodiversity issues. It is celebrated on May 22 every year. During this pandemic the students of Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura from classes IX and X showed their commitment to protect the biological diversity in all the best possible ways and celebrated this day in a unique way. From nature-based solutions to climate, health issues, food security, water security and sustainable livelihood , biodiversity is the foundation upon which we all can build back  better and secure our future. This year 2021 the theme is “we are part of the solution” - the slogan was chosen to be a continuation of the momentum generated last year under the overarching theme our solutions are in  the nature which serves as a reminder that biodiversity remains the answer to several sustainable development challenges today. Our students have showed great zeal ,enthusiasm and exhibited their efforts in the most creative ways they could.


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Activity-Based Learning Programme
16-05-2021

Activity-Based Learning Programme (Classes III-V) 

‘Education is not received, it is achieved by values, life-skills and knowledge.’

In compliance with the guidelines laid down by the Government , online teaching came to a close due to Covid-19 concerns. But the teachers at SPS with the guidance of Principal Ms.Mona Rastogi came up with novel and interesting ways to keep  young learners occupied through productive and fruitful Activity-Based Learning Programme.

The plethora of activities were planned for  classes III-V which included story-telling sessions, writing of book-reviews, discussion on Covid-19 Appropriate Behaviour, Fun with Numbers, Vocabulary Enhancement and many more.

The students enthusiastically participated and enjoyed drawing, colouring, craft, music, dance and many other engaging activities which enhanced their creativity and imagination.

Fun-filled sessions involving games like- Maths Bingo and Atlas, stood out and were greatly enjoyed by the students. These sessions helped them to channelize their energies in a creative and proficient manner.

Fitness and yoga sessions offered unique possibility for every child to experience a joyful blossoming of their potential.

Through these activities, the students also gained knowledge about our partner state, Sikkim- its location, climate, people, flora, fauna festivals etc.

The Activity-Based Programme led the children through an exploration of fun, love and joy and boosted their academic, motor, communication and socio-emotional skills.

The efforts of the school and the support and co-operation of the parents provided an anchor to the children in this turbulent period and helped them discover a new zeal for life, through this programme.


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International Day of Families
15-05-2021

International Day of Families (Classes 1&2)

“Family is not an important thing. It’s everything. “– Michael J. Fox

The International Day of Families is observed on 15th May every year. To cherish this blessing of God the students of classes 1 and 2 celebrated this day in their homes with their loved ones.

To express their love and gratitude, children made family trees. They played games and helped each other at home. This loving bond provides a healthy and safe environment, which is necessary for an individual’s development. 

It is also said that when we are better connected with our loved ones, we also feel physically and emotionally better. So, to reinforce this connection, this special day was made the part of celebrations for the tiny tots of classes I and II.  

 


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FAMILY DAY CELEBRATlON
15-05-2021

FAMILY  DAY  CELEBRATlON (LKG and UKG)

Family is about creating strong relationship and providing a sense of belongingness and unconditional love .Family members provide built in support system that helps to overcome the challenges of life. Family is important to an individual as it helps one to grow in a well rounded personality.We, at

Sachdeva Public School celebrated International day of families to enable the children to recognise the value of family in their life.To express their love and gratification towards their family members,children made beautiful photo frames with family picture.Children passionately participated in this creative venture. Such activites revive and rekindle the love and affection among the family members.


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WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY
12-05-2021

 WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY ONLINE CELEBRATION

CLASSES XI AND XII

The students of Classes XI and XII commemorated WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY on 3 May 2021, through their powerful expression to raise awareness of the importance of freedom of the press.

The United Nations General Assembly declared May 3 to be World Press Freedom Day to remind governments of their duty to respect and uphold the right to freedom of expression enshrined under Article 19 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and marking the anniversary of the Windhoek Declaration, a statement of free press principles put together by African newspaper journalists in Windhoek in 1991.

Through creative PowerPoint Presentations, articles and talk shows, students showcased their exuberance in this year’s World Press Freedom Day theme “Information as a Public Good”. The dynamic work of the students highlights that the theme is of urgent relevance to all countries across the world. It recognizes the changing communications system that is impacting our health, our human rights, democracies and sustainable development.


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Mother's Day Celebration (LKG and UKG)
08-05-2021

Mother's Day Celebration (LKG and UKG)

"Mother is the name for God in the lips and hearts of little children."

  The bond of a mother and her child is inexplicable. The purity and warmth of the bond is beyond any relation in the world.

Mother's Day is the special day of the year to acknowledge, appreciate and recognise her contribution in shaping the future of the children.

To make the mothers feel special and to show their immense love and gratification, children made beautiful photo stands and cards as token of love for their loving mothers.Children were seen passionately involved in the craft activity and their efforts were greatly applauded by everyone.


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Feet Up- Dancing Stars
08-05-2021

‘Feet Up- Dancing Stars’

Dance Competition (Class V)

‘Dance is the joy of movement and the heart of life.’

Dance is a unique way of expression and communication. It is an art that teaches value of discipline, commitment and work ethics. It also develops creative thinking skills and boosts self esteem & confidence.

With the aim of honing the dancing skills of young dance enthusiasts, Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura organised an Online Dance Competition ‘Feet Up- Dancing Stars’ for the children of Class- 5.The theme of the competition was ‘Folk Dances of Eastern States of India’.

The school invited the children to send video clips of their dance performance showcasing their mesmerizing moves from the comfort of their homes. Vivacious and enthralling performances of different folk dances were received. The lovely dancers dressed up in colourful costumes, arranged from home, swayed to the beats of folk music.

Each performance was scintillating and praiseworthy. The competition was an attempt to help the students beat their lockdown blues and engage them creatively. The efforts and hard work of parents to make their child perform and excel was commendable indeed. The winners were awarded with e-certificates . It was truly an amazing experience for the talented and creative-certificates Principal Mrs Mona Rastogi appreciated the efforts of the participants and congratulated the winners.


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WORKSHOP ON GROWTH MINDSET
07-05-2021

WORKSHOP ON GROWTH MINDSET

 “Great works are performed, not by strength, but by perseverance.”

Each individual is constituent of their own unique qualities which help distinguish the extent of our capabilities defined by the predetermined mindset. Mindset is an important part of innovation beginning with materialization of thoughts and leading to connecting oneself to positive thinking and confidence. With this innovative approach, an online webinar was conducted on May 5, 2021 for creating a growth mindset to improve the overall performance and initiative steps taken by the teachers to apply highly impactful growth mindset techniques in personal life, education and learning environment. The resource person highlighted the difference between Mind, Mindset and Mentality and categorized people according to their implicit views on fixed mindset by stating various examples. He reiterated the fact that it is possible to promote growth mindset by teaching students about neuroscience as our brain is malleable and becomes stronger through effort and seeking help when necessary. The resource person also discussed the attributes of a teacher with a growth mindset like responsibility, positive thinking, high expectations and active learning. Various steps to help children for growth mindset were also accentuated.

Overall, it was a very fruitful and enriching session.    




COVID 19 Home Care Guide
03-05-2021
COVID 19 Home Care Guide
'What the world needs now is solidarity. With solidarity, we can defeat the virus and build a better world.'
To comfort and sensitise the anxious educators, a webinar titled ‘COVID 19 Home Care Guide’ was conducted by Perfect Health Mela on 26 April 2021. The resource person was the renowned medical practitioner, Padma Shri, Dr. K.K. Aggarwal.

Dr. K.K.Aggarwal talked about Covid appropriate behaviour at length. He spoke about various ways through which high risk covid patients can be identified and the precautions and medications that should be taken care of. He suggested the virtual audience not to panic and act wisely in this difficult situation. He discussed the symptoms of different stages of Covid 19.

The webinar concluded with the question answer session. Dr. K.K.Aggarwal cleared the clouds of doubts in the minds of educators  very patiently.

The session was attended by hundreds of teachers and educators virtually. It was a very informative and conducive session. It motivated each of the attendees to exercise caution and practice COVID safety protocols with utmost sincerity.



International Earth Day 2021 (III-V)
22-04-2021

 International Earth Day 2021

‘Love the earth as you would love yourself’ – said John Denver.

And a special day, 22 April, has been allocated for just showing how much we love and care for our planet earth.– Earth Day.

Earth Day has been celebrated every single year for 51 years by people all around the earth.

And this celebration is very close to our hearts at Sachdeva Public School,Pitampura because we care about this amazing planet, our beautiful home with its incredible beauty.

Like every year, this year too, our students participated wholeheartedly in various virtual activities specially designed for the day to uphold the spirit of this year’s theme – Restore Our Earth.

The children watched videos on Earth Day and got acquainted with a number of interesting facts. They took a pledge to do their bit to reduce, reuse, recycle, conserve energy, save water, protect natural resources and spread awareness among family and friends to work together for a cleaner, greener and beautiful earth.

The students of class III exhibited their creativity by making the best use of waste to create  beautiful collages. Class IV students had fun making planters with waste bottles for growing small plants and trees – the green gold of our earth. And the students of class V went all out for the winged beauties by making attractive bird feeders, that too with the waste tins and cans available to them.

The Principal Ms Mona Rastogi urged the students to celebrate each day as Earth Day , take care of the environment daily and  be ‘Earth Day Warriors’ to save our unique planet from chocking.


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Earth Day Classes 1 & 2
21-04-2021

Earth Day Classes 1 & 2

A clean Earth is a happy Earth. Think green, keep it clean.

To increase the awareness of the clean environment, the Earth day is celebrated on 22nd April every year. It is the day that is supposed to inspire more awareness and appreciation for Earth's natural environment. Our Earth is very beautiful and life giving. This day reminds us to take care of our planet. Earth day is assigned to different themes or areas of focus each year. This year's theme is "Restore our Earth".

Keeping the present situation in mind this April also Earth Day has gone digital even for the students of classes 1 and 2. The little members of SPS family also contributed by planting trees and making posters depicting ways to Save Earth. Reciting poems and Green Anthem song was also the part of this virtual event. Nature never stops, so let's wake up and promise to plant trees and keep the surroundings clean. We all must do our part and we can make a difference.

Celebrate every day as Earth Day.


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Workshop on ‘Effective Utilisation of Time
03-04-2021

An online workshop was conducted on ‘Effective Utilisation of Time' for the students of classes X and  XII.  The workshop aimed at guiding students on how to plan ahead with the study schedules and easily achieve the set goals for sure shot success in Board Examinations. It focused also on strengthening highly demanded skills like analytical thinking, creativity, emotional intelligence etc. The workshop gave an opportunity to the students to find out for themselves if they would like to take research programmes, they can take first hand experience of various activities like entrepreneurship, internship etc. The workshop was an interactive one and broadened the prospects of the students for better careers in India and abroad.




Talent Week
22-03-2021

Talent Week 

‘All of us do not have equal talents, but all of us should have an  equal opportunity to develop our talents.’

Keeping this in view ‘Talent Week'  was organised for the students of classes III-V from 22 February to 26 February 2021 to engage the children positively and motivate them to believe in their innate caliber and creativity during these tough times. A plethora of events was held  during this week virtually- Dance and Music Competition, Cooking without Fire, Sports Day.

Dance and Music Competitions for students of classes III and V enabled  the students to showcase their dancing and singing skills. The budding chefs of class IV participated in Cooking without Fire Competition and showcased their culinary skills by making sumptuous  and exotic salads and sandwiches. The Talent Hunt served as a wonderful platform to encourage the young minds to explore and express their talent. The budding artists performed live on virtual platform with great passion and showcased their innate talent like acting, mimicry, solving puzzles, rubic cube, performing magic tricks ….. and the list is endless. Their performances were scintillating and entertaining.

The much awaited annual event ‘Sports Day ' was also observed virtually during the week to spread awareness about sports, physical activity and overall health among students.The energetic  Sachdevians sent their videos performing  different yoga asanas  and exercises. The best entries and performances were given e-certificates. Our revered principal ma’am, Ms. Mona Rastogi appreciated the efforts of the students and encouraged them to keep exploring and developing their talent.It was indeed a delightful and fun-filled week.




Virtual Sports Day ( Classes 1 and 2)
16-03-2021

Virtual Sports  Day of classes I and II

Sports improve the quality of human life. They bring discipline in us .They fill us with the value of dedication and patience.Sports and games also maintain mental and physical balance. This year had been an year of online classes but that did not affect the physical training of our students just like their academics. The tiny tots of classes 1 and 2 were excited for virtual sports day. One minute games were selected for the children and everyone got a chance to participate. The students made videos in full fervour. Although  the sports day was virtual yet all the protocols were followed as they are followed in the ground. The mascot for online sports day was Doraemon - favourite of all.The torch lighting, oath ceremony were  presided over by our respected Principal ma'am Mrs. Mona Rastogi. She administered the oath, gave her best wishes through motivational words and declared the annual virtual   sports meet open. The children also showcased their talent in yoga, taekwando and hoopla in the form of  cultural programme in the beginning. The enthusiasm of the little stars of classes 1 and 2 was an evidence of the successful virtual event. The three positions were awarded for each game in each class with e - certificates. The participants who could not win were also motivated and appreciated for their participation and were given participation certificates. The virtual sports meet was declared closed with the encouraging  words of  Principal ma’am and a hope to meet in  the school ground soon.


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Show & Tell Activity
01-03-2021

Show and tell activity

In the lined up activities of school calendar, 'Show and Tell 'activity - speaking about something you know and interested in provides perfect platform to the children to think creatively and express effectively. The children participated in the activity enthusiastically  and it helped to boost their confidence ,build vocabulary and enhance communication skills. The children picked up objects like toys,water bottle, sanitizer  ,story book, school bag etc. from their surroundings and spoke sentences on it. It was a matter of great pride to see the little ones speaking so confidently with expressions and voice modulation. It proved to be a wonderful activity which was a great learning experience for the kids.


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Show and Tell Activity
01-03-2021

‘Show and tell’ is a great way to encourage a child’s interest and a chance for them to  think outside the box a little. With the aim to foster public speaking competency of the young minds Sachdeva Public school, Pitampura, organised ‘Show and Tell ‘activity.The students were full of confidence while showing objects of their choice and were excited to share their descriptive narration.They spoke on their favourite toy, storybook, amazon echo,plants, clock  etc The objects and the background created  by the parents were amazing. The students gave   magnificent performances and the activity was a huge success


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15-02-2021

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Republic Day Celebration
23-01-2021

The school celebrated the 72nd golden year of Indian Republican Spirit, in the school premises on 22 January 2021. The occasion was graced by the honorable management of the school. The Principal, Mrs. Mona Rastogi welcomed the dignitaries with saplings. The Chairman, Shri S. K. Sachdeva unfurled the tricolor and marked the ceremonial beginning of the celebration and inspired the audience with his pearls of wisdom. Keeping up with the unrelenting annual tradition, the digital edition of the school magazine, THE QUEST 2021 was released.

The students of SPS never lose their high-spiritedness and effervescence. A combined effort was made by the students and teachers to share their vigor for the motherland, through a video recording delight on the theme, “NEW BEGINNING, NEW HOPE” inspiring the whole humanity to stand firm with determination at times of challenge and controversy.

The programme concluded on high notes of patriotic upsurge when all members of the management released the tricolor balloons proclaiming to the world, the pride of Indians in its free and united spirit.


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Republic Day Celebrations
23-01-2021

Republic Day Celebration

Sachdeva Public school ,Pitampura celebrated Republic Day with patriotic fervour and enthusiasm.The children paid homage to the national flag by singing  the national anthem .The teachers highlighted the significance of the day and encouraged them to become good citizens of the country.The tiny tots of nursery  made tricolour headgear and beautiful  drawings of Republic Day.Some of them   prepared scrumptious tricolour food like idli, sandwiches and rice etc which was very appealing to the eyes.They  came dressed up as freedom fighters and soldiers  and conveyed a very important message of patriotism  through their patriotic dance, poems, slogans  and dialogues  . Children were seen passionately involved and were brimming with excitement. It was a fun filled  day  packed with joy and happiness.


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Republic Day Celebrations
23-01-2021

Republic Day Celebrations

Sachdeva Public school ,Pitampura celebrated Republic Day with patriotic fervour and enthusiasm.The children paid homage to the national flag by singing  the national anthem .The teachers highlighted the significance of the day and encouraged them to become good citizens of the country.The tiny tots of nursery  made tricolour headgear and beautiful  drawings of Republic Day.Some of them   prepared scrumptious tricolour food like idli, sandwiches and rice etc which was very appealing to the eyes.They  came dressed up as freedom fighters and soldiers  and conveyed a very important message of patriotism  through their patriotic dance, poems, slogans  and dialogues  . Children were seen passionately involved and were brimming with excitement. It was a fun filled  day  packed with joy and happiness.


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Republic Day Celebrations
23-01-2021

Republic Day Celebrations

 Republic Day is celebrated every year with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervour.

It is the day when India adopted it's Constitution and to mark the occasion  Sachdeva Public School organized a bunch of interesting activities in the online classes.Children were given a creative platform where they showcased their innate talents by making beautiful wrist bands,posters, national symbols ,flags etc.Children enacted as freedom fighters who laid their lives for India's freedom which filled everyone's heart with gratification .Some  took pride in dressing up like armed forces and took pledge to save the boundaries of the nation. Others sang patriotic songs and raised slogans like Vande matram, Jai Hind with great zest and zeal.

Children also tried their hands on making tricolor theme food for this Republic Day like tri  colour salad,sandwiches etc.which was a tasty feast.The little ones passionately participated in the activities and rejoiced every moment of it which was well evidvent from videos and photographs shared by them. In all,students displayed their patriotism and love  for their country.


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Youth Parliament, 2020
13-01-2021

Youth Parliament, 2020 

52 students of classes IX to XII hosted ‘Youth Parliament 2020’ under the ‘National Youth Parliament Scheme’ on a virtual platform on 30th December, 2020. The programme has been developed by the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs to increase awareness among the youth about the various tasks carried out and issues discussed in parliament. The Chief guest of the event was Hon’ble Principal ma’am, ‘Ms Mona Rastogi’ who set the ball-rolling by speaking a few inspiring words and igniting the young minds in her inaugural address.

This online session had various participants playing the role of different ministers in the parliament and the role of the speaker was played strongly by ‘Ms. Vandita Somani’, a student of class XI.  The topic of the discussion was pollution.  The participants learned about the proceedings that take place in the lower house of the parliament. Students learned about the role of various ministers they played, their powers and their accountability to the people of this nation. Participants came up with strong arguments on the given topic. Overall it was an enchanting and illuminating session.




Webinar on Effective Communication To Enhance the Life Skills
12-01-2021

Webinar on Effective Communication To Enhance the Life Skills On 12th January 2021 a webinar was organised for the teachers by the Action Committee on Effective Communication To Enhance the Life Skills. The resource person was Dr.Usha Ram ,former Principal ,Laxman Public School. The resource person expressed her views on a very important topic how to deal with stress during communication.She emphasised on the importance of patience and perseverance and the ability to recognise stress.She also highlighted the 7 C's of communication to be concise,concrete,clear,correct,coherent,complete and courteous.She emphasised that it is imperative to understand that communication is a two way process and listening is an art.She informed that one needs to be an engaged listener in order to form a deeper connection thereby breaking all the barriers to enhance effective communication.She accentuated that we need to stay calm under pressure, pause to collect our thoughts and deliver our words clearly.The resource person reiterated her views by conveying a mindful thought -silence is golden and no one is perfect.Overall,it was an extremely informative webinar.

 




IX-X Colourful Strokes
31-12-2020

COLOURFUL STROKES

INTERHOUSE PAINTING COMPETITION (31ST DECEMBER 2020)

Art is a great healer. It soothes the mind and the soul. Students of classes VI to X bid adieu to the Year 2020 by sprinkling the colours of their imagination on sheets of paper using multifarious colours during the Interhouse Poster/Painting Competition held on 31st December 2020. They showcased their creative sides by choosing from diverse topics given to them and came out with beautiful, colourful and attractive posters and paintings incorporating different art forms like lippon, street art, pop art, folk art, illusionism and animated art. The passion and enthusiasm of our young artists was unmatched and opened the doors to a more hopeful and prosperous New Year 2021.


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VI -VIII Colourful Strokes
31-12-2020

 COLOURFUL STROKES

INTERHOUSE PAINTING COMPETITION (31ST DECEMBER 2020)

 Art is a great healer. It soothes the mind and the soul. Students of classes VI to X bid adieu to the Year 2020 by sprinkling the colours of their imagination on sheets of paper using multifarious colours during the Interhouse Poster/Painting Competition held on 31st December 2020. They showcased their creative sides by choosing from diverse topics given to them and came out with beautiful, colourful and attractive posters and paintings incorporating different art forms like lippon, street art, pop art, folk art, illusionism and animated art. The passion and enthusiasm of our young artists was unmatched and opened the doors to a more hopeful and prosperous New Year 2021.


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CHRISTMAS CRAFT COMPETITION
26-12-2020

CHRISTMAS CRAFT COMPETITION

“The smell of pine boughs fills the air,

Pretty silver bells tinkle everywhere.

Sparkling snow covers the ground,

Christmas spirit is all around.”

Christmas is a festival of joy, happiness, frolic and fun. It is indeed the most magical time of the year.

This vibrant festival  is celebrated all over the world on 25 December every year. It commemorates the birth of the saviour of the world ,Jesus Christ. The spread of love and peace among mankind is the supreme message of Christmas.

Every year Sachdeva Public School celebrates Christmas with great magnificence. Children are especially enthusiastic and fondly await this day. As this year is severely affected by the untold havocs of the Pandemic and its side effects, the students of classes 3 to 5 celebrated Christmas virtually by presenting melodious carols and dancing on the foot tapping tune of 'Jingle Bells' that filled the air with cheer.

A Christmas Craft Competition was also organised for the students of classes 3 to 5. They prepared dazzling Christmas trees, attractive Christmas cards for the loved ones and beautiful Santas. They showcased best of their talents using a variety of decorative materials such as stars, bells, pompoms, cotton etc.

The students took part in the competition with full enthusiasm. 

Their sincere efforts were appreciated by the school Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi.

The winners from each section were awarded  e-certificates for their extraordinary work.


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Webinar on Skills for success in post covid times
24-12-2020

Webinar by Times NIE and Bennett University on ‘Skills for Success’ in post- Covid world.

On 24th December 2020, a webinar was organized for the students of classes XI and XII by Times NIE in collaboration with Bennett University on ‘Skills for Success’ in post covid world. The resource person was Mr. Abhijan Ganguly.

 The resource person discussed the challenges presented by Covid -19. He emphasized that everybody has to adjust to this new normal and hence develop skills required to succeed in these challenging times such as critical thinking, being tech savvy, digital literacy, problem solving skills, creativity, ability to manage time along with mental wellness etc. He also shared information about the various programs and courses offered by Bennet University. Overall it was an informative webinar.




Christmas Celebration Class LKG
24-12-2020

Christmas Celebration

Christmas is celebrated to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the son of God. The name "Christmas"comes from the Mass of Christ .It is celebrated by the people around the world,whether they are Christians or not It's a time when family and friends come together and remember the good things they have. People, and especially children, also like Christmas as its a time when you give and receive presents. It's also a legendary figure Santa Claus whose popular image is based on traditions associated with Saint Nicholas.He is said to bring gifts to the homes of well behaved children on the night of Christmas Eve (24 December). 

The little toddlers of Sachdeva public school showcased and participated in various activities organised. The activities included Christmas cap decorating, Mask and card making.

The children enjoyed the activities thoroughly by dressing up as Santa, fairies and helped their mothers in baking and decorating a cake too!


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Christmas Celebrations Class UKG
23-12-2020

Christmas brings cheer and love and we  at Sachdeva Public School celebrated it with the same fervour, spreading the message of love and joy among our children.Soaking in the spirit of Christmas ,the tiny tots of nursery celebrated the festival with enthusiasm and zeal.

The significance of the festival was explained to the students through the Christmas story.Many activities such as colouring the Santa Claus, drawing gifts and making beautiful Christmas photo frame were taken up in the class.

The students added to the festive mood by singing carols and tapping their feet to the beats of Christmas songs.Some students came dressed up as Santa and some baked cakes  with gems and cashews .Other decorated the Christmas tree with buntings and twinkling stars and made beautiful  cards.The students enjoyed themselves and wished  their friends and teachers Merry Christmas. 

 Such celebrations bring happiness and togetherness among the students and also inculcate the spirit of sharing and giving in them.


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Christmas Celebration Class LKG
23-12-2020

Christmas celebration

Christmas brings festivity and joy all around.Beautifully decorated christmas trees, jingling bells,  twinkling stars and lights,delicious cakes, and Santa  distributing gifts to the children, this is what  Christmas is all about for the little ones.To bring cheer and smiles on the faces of tiny tots some interesting activities were organised in the on line  classes. Children joyfully participated in colouring and craft activities,made beautiful Christmas caps and Santa masks. Some children shared the videos in which they  were seen decorating X -mas trees, with buntings, bells, stars, lights,gifts,candies etc.and wishing merry x-mas to everyone. Some delightfully baked and decorated yummy x-mas cakes with gems, choco chips,crunchies etc.Children sang carols and danced on the tunes of melodious x-mas songs.Others came dressed as Santa Claus giving gifts and spreading happiness all around. .ln all children enjoyed the festivity thoroughly and had a good time .


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Classes 1 & 2 Christmas Celebration
22-12-2020

Christmas Celebration

Class I & II (2020-21)

Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle all the way. Yes, it’s Christmas time. Everyone waits for the arrival of Christmas very eagerly. This festival reminds us the importance of giving and sharing our time with our friends, family and relatives. Christmas is celebrated all over the world on 25 December every year because Lord Jesus Christ was born on this auspicious day. Although it was online, but this year also this festival was celebrated with a great zeal. Children of classes I and II dressed up as santas and fairies and danced on the foot tapping music of Christmas carols as the best way to spread Christmas cheer is dancing and singing loud for all to hear. The incredible dance performances were quite enough to kindle the whole atmosphere. The little ones decorated the X-mas tree and bells enthusiastically using their creative ideas. A special assembly was also held online and children expressed their thoughts for the same.

Let the magic of Christmas bring love and peace to everyone. Happy New Year!!!!!


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Reading Week (Classes 3 to 5)
01-12-2020

Reading Week

23 November – 27 November 2020

Reading is the magic key that takes you where you want to be.

Besides transporting a reader into a world of one’s desire, reading gives the brain a workout, improves memory, expands the vocabulary, improves speaking and writing skills – the list of benefits far surpasses the effort and time that goes into reading. 

Keeping the numerous benefits of reading in mind,, the school organized a ‘Reading Week’ from 23 November to 27 November to boost the reading habit in the students ensuring it does not take a backseat and suffer during the school shutdown.

The students actively took up reading of their course books during English, Hindi, Science and Social Science classes and explored magical worlds in story books during the Library period. The teachers and librarian encouraged and motivated the students to take advantage of the school e-library and enjoy the story books, encyclopedias and other books available on the school website.

Let us remember, reading is the best refreshment in our hectic life schedule- so make time for yourself and your books. And if you are a person who does not read, it’s never too late to start. 

Happy Reading- Happier You!


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Celebration of Guru Nanak Jayanti (classes I and II)
30-11-2020

Celebration of Guru Nanak Jayanti (classes I and II) 

India celebrates many religious festivals. Guru Nanak Jayanti is one of them. It is celebrated in the month of Kartik on the day of full moon known as Kartik Purnima. 

All the gurudwaras are lit up and decorated on this auspicious occasion. Three days before Gurupurab- the holy book- The Guru Granth Sahib is read without break in gurudwaras. Langar is served in all the gurudwaras on this occasion. This year students of classes I and II celebrated Guru Nanak Jayanti virtually.  A special assembly was held  where students spoke about the teachings of Guru Nanak Ji and also recited shabads. A short movie about the life and teachings of Guru Nanak Dev ji was shown to the students.


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Reading week
28-11-2020

Reading Week(23.11.20-28.11.20)

Reading is one of the life skill that every child must pick up at early years of life. To inculcate love for reading, Reading Week was organised for the nursery kids.An array of exciting activities were specially culled to nurture reading habit which opens new vistas of learning.

Children did letter and picture reading from their books with great confidence.ln an exciting activity ,children were asked to pick up different objects from their homes like carry bags, chocolate boxes, sanitizers etc to read the letters  written on them and it proved to be a great fun. Children thoroughly enjoyed playing hopskotch in the online classes. Children also  made small reading books and attractive bookmarks .Parents  shared beautiful photographs and videos of the activities with the school. The week  long activities  were not only fun filled but also had great learning outcomes.


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READING WEEK
28-11-2020

READING WEEK

The reading week was held in the primary wing of Sachdeva Public school from to 23 rd November 2020 - 27th November 2020 through a virtual platform. This year the reading week was celebrated with various activities and the main objective was to mark the importance of reading in one’s life and inculcate reading habits in students. 

Various exciting activities conducted during the week-long celebration were -narrate a short story, picture description, vocabulary building and making attractive bookmarks.These activities gave opportunities to the students  to interact and sharpen their language and speaking skills.

The enthusiasm and fervour among students could be witnessed through their active participation. The students not only learnt the importance of reading  books but also observed this week with a great amount of zeal, new learnings and achievements.


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National Constitution Day
26-11-2020

National Constitution Day

“Constitution is not a mere lawyers document, it is a vehicle of Life, & its spirit is always the spirit of Age.”

Constitution Day also known as National Law Day is celebrated in our country on 26 November to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India.    The school also celebrated 26 November 2020 as National Constitution Day to promote constitutional values among the students and to pay tribute to the father of constitution, Dr. B.R.Ambedkar. The teachers read out the Preamble to the children and enlightened them about its importance. All the students took a pledge to live by the principles laid down in the Preamble and to work together to eradicate corruption. The students all made presentations on the topic Constitution. They promised to follow integrity and honesty in all walks of life and to reiterate their commitment in building the India of their dreams.




Children's Day Celebration : Classes UKG & LKG
14-11-2020

Children’s Day Celebration

Sachdeva Public school celebrates Children’s day which marks the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru who showed his love for the children by saying “I may have time for adults, but I have enough time for children.”

School is considered as a second home for children where they are cared ,loved and nurtured. Even in this pandemic, when children are away from school, teachers have tried to connect and 

 make this day a wonderful and joyous day, full of fond memories by sharing videos where the teachers gave beautiful messages which filled the air with vibes of love and bonding that they share.The teachers also shared photographs of cherished moments they had in the online classes.

It was a token of love and blessings for our endearing tiny tots.


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Children's Day Celebration : Classes 1 and 2
14-11-2020

Children's Day Celebration

(Classes I &II )

Children's Day is celebrated on 14th November every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Chacha Nehru. He loved children very much. He was the first Prime Minister of India. He always said ' Children of today will make India of tomorrow. ' This celebration is a great way to make both the children and adults aware that children are the future of a country. This year has been the year of online teaching. So the students of classes I & II celebrated the Children's Day virtually. They wore party dresses, had special assembly. They even enjoyed their favorite food while watching movie about Chacha Nehru. Teachers sent their special messages through videos. It was a day to make the children feel happy and important.


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Diwali Celebration Classes LKG A, B & E
12-11-2020

Diwali celebration at Sachdeva Public school by the tiny tots of nursery illuminated everyone’s heart with joy and fervor.The week-long celebration comprised of a bunch of exhilarating activities for the students.

An assembly was organised in which the teachers  explained  the significance of this festival and relevance of eco friendly celebration .

Students made beautiful cards , painted diyas  and decorated them with glitter. 

Some students  made posters to create awareness about the hazardous effects of burning crackers, some presented their  dance  and enthralled everyone with their graceful moves and some shared their videos in which they were seen cleaning and decorating their house with their family members to welcome a feeling of positivity.

This celebration gave an opportunity to reinforce both cultural and family values in children.


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Diwali Celebration Classes LKG C & D
12-11-2020

Diwali also popularly known as "Deepavali"is one of the most auspicious festivals of Hindus residing in India or across the globe. The festival is celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm. People get to meet their family,friends and relatives and share greetings and gifts with their loved ones. 

According to Hindus,Diwali is a festival which commemorates the return of Lord Ram to Ayodhya along with his wife Sita, brother Laxman and ardent devotee Hanuman after defeating the demon king Ravan.

The toddlers of Sachdeva Public  School participated in activities like Diya decoration and card making. The parents happily sent the videos in which the children were worshipping Goddess Laxmi and Lord Ganesha. They also made posters, quotes, slogans on Eco friendly Diwali.Few children performed on famous Diwali songs involving their parents as well.Parents were delighened to send photographs and videos of their children dressed up traditionally.


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Diwali Celebration Classes UKG D & E
12-11-2020

Diwali Celebration

Diwali, the festival of lights is the most awaited festival of the year which enlightens everyone's heart, brings joy and mirth all around. The Covid19 couldn't dampen the spirit of festivity amongst the tiny tots of 

Sachdeva Public School who participated in the activities like card making and diya decoration with great zeal and zest. Also the festive  fervour was quite evident from the videos shared by them.The children were seen adorning their homes with beautiful torans ,bandanwars kandeels and flowers to welcome Goddess Lakshmi who brings wealth and prosperity.

The excitement of making rangolis and lighting up their homes with diyas and candles was unmatched. Some children did aarti of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi with puja  thali in their hands and offering flowers with full devotion. The children happily greeted the  parents ''Happy Diwali " who in return gave gifts and blessed them,which brought a vibrant smile on their faces.They also came forward as environmental messangers, made posters and raised slogans "Say no to crackers","Lets celebrate pollution free Diwali", spearheading the movement against pollution.The  children enthralled everyone with  their mesmerizing dance performances.ln all, children had a happy and gala time.


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Diwali Celebration Classes UKG A, B & C
12-11-2020

 

Welcoming the festival of lights, students of SPS nursery unfolded their creative abilities in a string of activities throughout the week. Various activities planned by the teachers such as card making, drawing, colouring, poster making and decorating diya were thoroughly enjoyed by the kids. 

Teachers explained the children about the significance of the festival and the relevance of eco-friendly Diwali. Kids captured the beautiful moments of their Diwali preparation and celebration in the form of pictures and videos which they shared with their teachers. 

While celebrating Diwali online our young Sachdevians led the way in spreading the message of celebrating safe and pollution-free Diwali. 

Certainly Diwali enlightens the hearts and brings joy to every heart.



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DIWALI CRAFT COMPETITION
12-11-2020

DIWALI CRAFT COMPETITION

'The gleam of diyas and echo of chants brightens our houses, minds, and fills our hearts with warmth and love.'

Diwali, the festival of lights, is the true amalgam of the above attributes. This festival which signifies victory of good over evil and knowledge over ignorance, is always celebrated with great zeal and fervour throughout India.

To mark this occasion and break the monotony of dull and confined life during this pandemic, a Diwali Craft Competition was organised for the students of primary wing. The ingenious students of classes III to V made the exquisite wall hangings and bandhanwars and embellished them with decorative items like thread, lace, stones, studs, mirrors, bindis, flowers etc. 

The students took part in the competition with dynamism. A blend of noteworthy creativity and imagination was displayed by them.This competition enhanced their fine motor skills and provided them a platform to strengthen, enrich and polish their creative side.

Principal ma'am exalted the efforts of the students.The winners from each class were awarded e-certificates for their extraordinary and laborious work.The students were also incentivized to celebrate green and pollution free diwali with their family members by ensuring social distancing.

Let's celebrate the festival in the true sense by spreading joy and light up the world of others.




Diwali Celebration (Classes I & II)
11-11-2020

Diwali Celebration (Classes I & II)

Diwali is one of the most auspicious festivals of India. The festival is celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm by people throughout the world. It commemorates the return of Lord Ram to Ayodhya after defeating the demon king.This religious festival signifies the victory of good over evil and triumph of light over darkness.

The festival brings a lot of happiness and delightful moments for everyone. Despite the ongoing pandemic, the students of classes I & II celebrated Diwali with full enthusiasm, devotion and excitement. The celebration began with Ganesh Vandana. The children were dressed in vibrant traditional attire and danced on the melodious songs. They mesmerised everyone with their wonderful performances. They also conveyed the message of celebrating green and safe Diwali without crackers. To add more zeal to the festival, they made beautiful bandhanwars and rangoli to celebrate blissful and eco- friendly Diwali. The celebration gave an opportunity to teach children more about our culture and heritage.


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Webinar on Careers in India and Abroad
07-11-2020

CAREERS IN INDIA AND ABROAD BY JITIN CHAWLA 

A webinar was organized by the school in collaboration with Jitin Chawla Center for Career Development on 6th November 2020. The aim was to acquaint students with different career opportunities and skills required for the same. Mr. Jitin Chawla and his team discussed about conventional and unconventional career options and colleges available for all the streams. He also invited respective speakers from his team to share their expertise on the types of designing careers in India and career opportunities and procedures to study abroad. Students participated with great enthusiasm and their queries were addressed by the team.

The webinar was an eye opener as the students got to know about a wide range of options available for them according to their chosen streams and preferences. They got to know about how they should prepare themselves for various courses, camps etc. They learnt about various specialization  and superspecialisation courses available and universities providing these courses in India and abroad.


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RASHTRIYA EKTA DIWAS
03-11-2020

RASHTRIYA EKTA DIWAS

National Unity Day or Rashtriya Ekta Diwas is observed on October 31 every year. The day was introduced in 2014 by the Government of India to mark the birth anniversary of Iron Man of India - Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.

Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura celebrated the day to provide an opportunity to the students to re-affirm in the inherent strength and resilience of our nation to withstand the actual and potential threats to the unity, integrity and security of our country, so that they too can inculcate the virtues of harmony and unity by participating in various activities.

The celebrations began with the Pledge taking ceremony for all the students from Classes I to XII.The students took the Online Unity pledge, in the spirit of unification of our country which was made possible by the vision and actions of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. They solemnly resolved to make their own contributions to ensure the prosperity and progress of the nation. 

This was followed by various online events organized for different classes. Over 150 students from Classes LKG and UKG marked the occasion by making attractive posters and placards and speaking lines, quotes and slogans on Rashtriya Ekta enthusiastically. Their teachers talked to them about how diverse our culture, religion and languages are. ‌The children also sang patriotic songs like “Sare Jahan Se Acha “and “Hum Sub Bharatiya Hain “with great zeal and fervour. Classes I and II participated in a colouring activity which inspired them to believe in the virtue of oneness.

Around 500 students from Classes VI to VIII exhibited   their creativity and potential by participating in an ‘Online Slogan Writing Competition’ on the theme \'Rashtriya Ekta\' showcasing the integrity and security of the nation.

An Online Essay Writing Competition was organised for classes IX to XII in both Hindi and English to help them crystalize their ideas and understanding of the value of integrity, peace and unity. Over 500 students from these classes participated with full vigour and enthusiasm.

The students from Class III onwards are actively participating in theOnline Quiz Competition organised by the Department of School Education and Literacy, Ministry of Education through MyGov platform. The Quiz aims at reviving the heritage of the Indian subcontinent which has been known for its knowledge, traditions and practices in various fields that have survived till date reflecting the phenomenon of continuity and change. Already over 500 students have received their Certificates of Participation. The quiz will remain open for students till 10 November 2020.


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Vigilance Awareness Week 2020
02-11-2020

Vigilance Awareness Week 2020

The Central Vigilance Commission, an apex integrity institution of the country, in its endeavor to promote transparency, accountability and integrity in public life, has been declaring the observance of Vigilance Awareness Week every year to encourage the fight against corruption. This year the Vigilance Awareness Week was observed from 27th October, 2020 to 2nd November, 2020. This year, the theme of the Vigilance Awareness Week was ‘Satark Bharat, Samriddh Bharat (Vigilant India, Prosperous India)’.

For inculcating greater awareness on vigilance in public life, all students of classes X, XI, XII took ‘e-Integrity Pledge’ during the designated period from home by using the available electronic mode.




Online Group Song Competition Classes-III & IV
31-10-2020

Online Group Song Competition

Classes-III & IV

Music is the universal language of mankind.It heals the mind, body and soul. And to heal ourselves  with positivity is the need of the hour.

Keeping this in view, an Online Group Song Competition was organised for the students of  classes lll & IV. The participants were trained well in their online music class. They recorded their voice on the ‘Karoake’ track. There were seven groups in class III and six in class IV with ten to twelve participants each. 

The participants sang beautiful and melodious songs like Do,re,me the sound of music, If you are happy and you know it clap your hands etc. The audio of each participant was compiled and presented to the judges. The children sang the mellifluous songs with passion and confidence. The judgement was based on the voice modulation, pitch and rhythm. 

The enthusiastic budding singers were able to showcase their talent through virtual platform. They had a very exciting and enjoyable experience. All our young maestros who took part in the competition, were well appreciated by our revered principal ma’am, Mrs. Mona Rastogi. The participants of winning sections were awarded e-certificates.




DUSSEHRA CELEBRATIONS CLASSES III-V
23-10-2020

Dussehra Celebrations

“Dusshera symbolizes the victory of good over evil, truth over untruth and justice over injustice”.

Vijayadashami also known as Dussehra, is a major Hindu festival celebrated at the end of Navaratri every year to mark the beginning of the festive season. This festival celebrates the victory of Lord Rama, one of the incarnations of Lord Vishnu, over the ten headed demon king Ravana and infuses every heart with positivity and hope for the prevalence of goodness.

The ongoing pandemic may have stalled the Ram Lila events around the country but  the spirit of the students of SPS is not dampened by the regulations issued by the authorities and hence, Dussehra is being celebrated with the same enthusiasm and fervour by our school as in the previous years.

 The students of classes III-V of the primary wing have put in their best efforts to bring out the age old saga of the Ramayana and celebrate the values of goodness, truth and honesty that hold great significance for every individual and for the entire humanity and would also like to take this opportunity to wish the entire SPS family a joyous and safe Vijayadashami.


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Navratri Celebration Class LKG
22-10-2020

Navratri Celebration

Navratri festivity is underway and one can feel the splendour of colours and mirth all around.In Navratri, the nine days long celebration, people worship the different avatars of the Goddess Durga who is the epitome of victory of good over evil.To commemorate and take the blessings of Maa Durga,children of Sachdeva Public School participated in the celebration with great zeal and zest.The festive fervour  was well evident in the photographs and videos shared. The children were seen tapping their feet on the melodious tunes of Garba folk songs and Dandiya raas dressed in colourful and  beautiful traditional attire was a visual treat for everyone.The enthusiasm and passion amongst the children was unparallel.The celebration created many beautiful memories as parents and family members also enthusiastically participated in the performances and created spiritual aura.


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Navratri Celebration Class UKG
22-10-2020

Navratri Celebration

Navratri is here with the festive atmosphere. It is a joyous way of worshipping Goddess Durga. With the aim to spread joy and happiness the tiny tots of Sachdeva Public school celebrated Navratri virtually this year. The celebration started by seeking the blessings from Goddess Durga. The teachers explained the students about the importance of nine days of Navratri and how this celebration symbolizes victory over evil.The children were dressed in vibrant traditional attire and offered prayers to Maa Durga.They also danced to the rhythmic dandiya beats using colourful dandiya sticks.The positivity and energy exuberating out of the colourful costumes combined with the enthusiasm of dancing to the dandia folk songs made this celebration extremely successful.It was not only a wonderful experience but also gave an opportunity to teach children more about our culture and heritage.


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DUSSEHRA CELEBRATIONS CLASSES I & II
21-10-2020

DUSSEHRA CELEBRATIONS

Dussehra is one of the most distinguished festivals of Hindus who celebrate the victory of good over evil. The festival has special meaning for different people all over India. To keep the festive spirit alive students of classes I and II celebrated Online Dussehra with a lot of religious zeal and fervour. The tiny tots attired as characters of Ramayana and were transformed into Ram, Hanuman, Ravana, Lakshman etc and gave us the glimpses of Ramlila.

What a better way to observe the day by singing a “Ram Bhajan” which demonstrated the power of Lord Ram. The Bhajan was sung melodiously which described Lord Rama’s greatness.

To add on to more glitter and sheer to our celebration, the children made beautiful masks of Ravana using shiny paper and decorative material. The children enjoyed doing this activity. They made the masks with full enthusiasm even in the online class. ‘

The primary objective of the entire celebration was to bring the children closer to their country’s culture and heritage and to teach them “Good always triumphs over evil”.


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Mental Health Week (Classes III-V)
15-10-2020

Mental Health Week (Classes III-V)

 “You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think.”

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life and it is the foundation for effective functioning of the students.

To raise awareness on the importance of Mental Health and Well-Being in the life of the students, Mental Health Week from 4-10 October 2020 was observed. During this week, the teachers of Classes III-V organized various activities to provide psychosocial support to the students for their wellness during covid-19 outbreak. Students of Class III showcased their creativity by writing informative slogans and Class IV students participated enthusiastically and made beautiful posters on the topic ‘MentalHealth’.

Teachers narrated stories in English and Hindi to Class V students to motivate them to become strong and capable to face the challenges of life. Question answer session after the story narration was a great experience for the students as it helped them to let out their fear, anxiety and emotionalstress.

The students and teachers came out with wonderful creative ideas to keep oneself happy and positive during any adversity.

This week turned out to be a fabulous experience for the students as it helped them to become mentally strong and balanced. The Principal Ms. Mona Rastogi appreciated the creativity of the students and urged everyone to spread happiness and cheer all around.


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Gandhi Jayanti Celebrations Class LKG
02-10-2020

Gandhi Jayanti Celebrations:

Gandhi jayanti was celebrated in Sachdeva public school nursery wing, with great zeal and zest. Gandhi ji who is popularly known as "Bapu" and "The Father of the Nation", devoted his life for India's Independence by using his strong weapon- 'Non-violence'. It was a great opportunity to tell the children about Gandhiji's life, beliefs teachings and values which are still relevant.

SPS nursery celebrated the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi .Children participated in the activity of making a dustbin and broom with paper and spread the message of cleanliness. They also dressed up as Gandhiji and spoke few lines,quotes and slogans on Gandhiji's teachings.They were also shown an animated movie on Gandhiji's life.To commemorate the event and making it more fun loving the kids also made 'Charkha'using ice cream sticks, yarn etc to encourage the use of Khadi.The enthusiastic parents happily shared photographs and short videos too.

The celebration brought awareness to the young minds regarding Gandhian values.


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Gandhi Jayanti Celebrations
01-10-2020
Gandhi Jayanti Celebrations (III-V)

‘The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.’ 
Mahatma Gandhi is the apostle of Peace, Truth and Non Violence. He is revered the world over as one of the history’s most transformative and inspirational figures. He was the greatest leader of the world, a fearless warrior, an unarmed soldier and a follower of Ahimsa.

Even the challenging times of Covid-19 pandemic, did not deter the students of classes III-V of Sachedva Public School, from paying a digital tribute to the Father of the Nation, fondly remembered as Bapu, on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. The young ambassadors became a part of Gandhi Jayanti celebrations from their homes and propagated Gandhian thoughts, principles, values and ideas by reciting beautiful quotes and poems. This event culminated two-year long celebration of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The students worked hard and put up a great show, reminding one and all to keep the values of truth, peace and non violence alive and pay a real tribute to Gandhiji.

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Gandhi Jayanti Celebration Class UKG
01-10-2020

GANDHI JAYANTI CELEBRATION

SPS nursery celebrated the birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation popularly known as BAPU. The focus of the celebration was imbibing the principles of life that Gandhiji advocated, such as discipline, peace, honesty, cleanliness, non violence, faith & patience.

In the virtual class teachers briefed the students about the teachings of Gandhiji with special focus on Ganhiji's dream of Swachh Bharat.

Children were excited to make paper dustbin & broom taught in the art class as symbol of cleanliness. Children were motivated to keep their surroundings clean.

Children did colouring in their colouring book depicting Gandhiji's teachings -

"See no evil, hear no evil & speak no evil".

Along with the activities a lot of enthusiasm could be seen amongst the children in the pictures & videos in which they recited rhymes, slogans and Gandhiji's teachings .They looked very cute dressed up as "BAPU".

Little kids paid tribute to Gandhiji. The celebration brought awareness to the young minds regarding Gandhian values.


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Gandhi Jayanti Celebration Classes I and II
01-10-2020

Gandhi Jayanti Celebration

Classes I and II

“Be the change you want to see in the world “ – Mahatma Gandhi

The birthday of the father of our nation, Mahatma Gandhi is celebrated with much enthusiasm in our country and so in our school.

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, also known as Bapu , was one of the greatest leader to make India Independent. He contributed tirelessly and selflessly in India’s Independence struggle. His ideals were Satya and Ahimsa. We celebrate Gandhi Jayanti on 2nd October every year to mark the birthday of the father of the nation. It is also known as ‘The International Day of Non-Violence.’

He was well known for his policy of truth and non – violence. He ignited hope among fellow Indians to achieve what they aspire for and protest against discrimination at various levels. His name will certainly remain immortal for all generations.

Such occasions are a great opportunities to acquaint our kids with the story of our country and our national heroes like Gandhi ji.

A special assembly was organised by the students of Classes I and II on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. The students paid homage to the great leader by speaking thoughts and poem highlighting the life of the father of the nation and sang his favourite bhajan “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram…”.  The students also wrote slogans and made posters related to Gandhi ji. This kind of celebration boosts the confidence of the kids and inculcates patriotism in them. The national festival was celebrated with full patriotic fervour by the little ones of Classes I and II.


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ONLINE INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2020-21
19-09-2020

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ONLINE INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2020-21

The school continued with its annual ritual of handing over the torch to the new Students Council by hosting the Investiture Ceremony online on 18 September 2020. The programme commenced with virtual lighting up of the ceremonial lamp followed by the ‘Ganesh vandana’ to invoke the blessings of the Almighty. The Principal of the school, Mrs Mona Rastogi administered the oath to new members of the Students Council who pledged their devotion, loyalty and sincerity to uphold the motto of the school. The Head Boys, Shivam Verma XII A, Mayank Verma XII C and Head Girls, Arushi Singal XII E, Sanya Chawla XII B thanked  the revered Principal for bestowing this honour upon them and also addressed the members of the council. The celebration concluded with the enlightening words of the Principal to give an impetus to the morale and credence of the students.


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Teacher's Day Celebration Class LKG
05-09-2020

Teacher's Day Celebration

Today on the occasion of Teacher's Day, it's time to appreciate our teachers for all the extra efforts they made to help the children grow during the online classes. The date coincides with birth anniversary of Dr Sarvapalli Radha Krishnan who was a great scholar who supported the importance of education. Our beloved teachers motivated us to follow our dreams and identify our internets. If we are to sit and count our blessings we would not be able to ignore the importance a teacher has or had in our lives.

The toddlers of Sachdeva Public School showed their gratitude by participating in the activity by making key with pastel sheets. They also decorated and recited quotes, rhymes and small messages in favour of their teacher.

Small short videos and pictures of the children were happily shared by the parents.

Teachers hold the real knowledge, empathy and generosity for their students. We receive massive help from out teachers behind our success.


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Teacher's Day Celebration Class LKG
05-09-2020

Teacher's Day Celebration

A teacher is one who inspires , ignites imagination and instills  love for learning.

It is needless to say ,a teacher plays an imperative role in shaping a student's future. Children always look up to their teachers for guidance, motivation and direction. Teachers' Day is the special time of the year to recognise, appreciate and acknowledge their contribution in the overall development of the child.To celebrate the day, a craft activity was organised in  the online classes. Children made beautiful keys signifying that "Teacher is the key to success." To reciprocate the love and affection the students get from their teachers the children spoke beautiful lines, quotes,poems and danced that filled the air with vibes of love and bonding that they share with their dear teachers . Children were seen bubbling with joy  and happiness when they dressed as their loving  teachers .Parents clicked photographs and shared wonderful videos to be treasured .


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TEACHER'S DAY 2020 Class I & II
05-09-2020

TEACHER'S DAY 2020

‘A teacher takes a hand, opens a mind and touches a heart.’

 

Every year 5 September is celebrated as Teachers’ Day commemorating the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. We remember the great work of this exemplary person on this day. It is the special day dedicated to all the teachers. Like all other celebrations, children of classes 1 and 2 also celebrated Teachers’ Day virtually. The show began with Saraswati Vandana, a shloka on teachers – ‘Guru Brahma, Guru Vishnu’ followed by an action song performed in the loud thrilling voice of tiny tots saying- ‘ We love you teachers, we thank you teachers.’ Children recited poems to show their gratitude towards teachers. Special online assembly was also held in each class where the students conveyed their wishes by different English and Hindi thoughts, SPS news and poems on this extra ordinary day. Children also expressed their emotions by making ‘Thank you’ cards for their teachers. It was really a proud moment for every teacher. This auspicious day was celebrated with great passion.


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TEACHER'S DAY 2020 Class UKG
05-09-2020

TEACHER'S DAY 2020

Teachers are the holder of knowledge and enlightenment using which they nourish and prepare the children for future. They serve as a source of lighting lamp in their lives. 

Teacher's Day celebration is all about to show gratitude that children feel towards the pillars of the nation. Time has changed because of Coronavirus but the fun and excitement amongst the children and teachers was still the same. The nursery department of SPS celebrated Teacher's Day online with immense fervour and gaiety.

A teacher always teaches from the heart so this time students made a heart shaped key which they decorated beautifully. Children expressed their love and respect for their teacher by writing some heartfelt quotes on the key.

Along with the activity many kids recited rhymes, songs, slogans and were seen excited dressed up as their favourite teacher.

All the pictures and short videos of our little ones were compiled into a video which the teachers will cherish forever. It was truly a proud day for the teachers to bask in the love and attention they received from their students.


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NCC Students Attend Webinar
22-08-2020

Aatma Nirbhar Bharat

 The NCC girls’ cadet of classes 8th and 9th of Sachdeva Public School participated in a virtual webinar on “Aatma Nirbhar Bharat\", an  idea proposed by our honourable Prime Minister on 14th August 2020.

 Various competitions like poster making ,slogan writing etc were organised. The talented cadets of Sachdeva Public School not only participated in various competitions enthusiastically but also won prizes and  certificates in the poster making competition.The cadets  got an opportunity to present their innovative ideas to make India an independent nation.

 The webinar provided a great learning experience to the cadets.


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Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration
22-08-2020

Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration

The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated to mark the birthday of Lord Ganesha who is the God of wisdom and new beginning. The tiny tots of  Sachdeva Public School celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi with great zeal . Ganesha is the most loved and favourite God of little ones. Children were shown an animated movie about how young Ganesha  acquired his trunk which  was thoroughly enjoyed by  them. Children made beautiful Ganesha masks decorated with sequins,mirrors, studs and beads.

Children were  seen happily making  the mask of their endearing Ganesha. The parents clicked photographs and shared wonderful videos with the school. The day was filled with devotion and joy.


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Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations
22-08-2020

Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations 

Celebrating festivals is an important way to make the children stay connected with our rich cultural heritage and tradition.

The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated to mark the birthday of Lord Ganesha who is the God of wisdom and new beginnings.

It is the day when people welcome  Ganesha into their homes. The tiny tots of  Sachdeva Public School celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi with great zeal and enthusiasm. Children were shown an animated movie about how young Ganesha  acquired his trunk which  was thoroughly enjoyed by  them. Children made beautiful Ganesha masks decorated with sequins,mirrors, studs and beads.

Children were seen passionately  involved in making the mask of their endearing Ganesha. The parents clicked photographs and shared wonderful videos with the school. By and large, it was an amazing learning  session for our little ones.


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INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
15-08-2020

 Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura, celebrated Independence Day with unprecedented patriotic fervor on 14 August’20.

 This COVID 19 pandemic could not deter the zest of the SPS family to hoist the national flag and celebrate the glory of our motherland. Following all the norms of social distancing and safety measures, the principal of the school welcomed the dignitaries with saplings. The Chairman of the school, Shri S.K. Sachdeva, unfurled the national flag, followed by the national anthem, to commemorate the sovereignty of the nation. He addressed the gathering and expressed the joy of our priceless freedom and that the present generation must guard it.

The music department added rhythmic flavor by presenting a medley to enliven the patriotic passion.

The students, while staying at home, prepared songs, posters and dance performances to express their high- spiritedness and effervescence for the nation in a recorded presentation.

The programme concluded with the release of tricolor balloons that symbolized our up surging national spirit.


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Independence Day Celebration Class LKG
14-08-2020

Independence Day Celebration

The online classes wore a festive look as the little ones sang patriotic songs,danced on patriotic tunes and came attired as freedom fighters.Children were beaming with joy and mirth. Everybody was enthralled by the amazing performences of the little ones. The parents shared wonderful videos with the school. It was a day filled with happiness and patriotism.


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Independence Day Celebration Class LKG
14-08-2020
Independence Day Celebration

To keep the patriotic spirit alive, Sachdeva Public school celebrated Independence Day with great fervour, enthusiasm and happiness. The tiny tots of Sps sang the national anthem and paid tribute  to the freedom fighters by saying words like ‘Vande Mataram ‘and ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’They came dressed in colourful patriotic dresses and  conveyed a very important message of patriotism and national spirit through their dance on patriotic songs and  poems on freedom fighters.Students mesmerised everyone with their wonderful performances.Overall it was a colourful, learning and memorable day for everyone.

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Independence Day Celebration Class UKG
14-08-2020

Independence Day Celebration

The  nursery wing of Sachdeva Public School celebrated  Independence Day online with  great zeal and enthusiasm. The children expressed their love for the country by raising slogans like Jai Hind and Vande Mataram.
Children sang  patriotic songs , danced on the tunes of patriotic numbers, and even came  dressed as freedom fighters to mark the occasion.  Tiny tots amazed  every one with  their vibrant performances . Videos were shared by the parents. It was a wonderful day which made us proud to be Indians .


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Independence Day Celebration Classes I & II
14-08-2020

Independence Day Celebration

Celebrating Independence Day is our country’s beloved tradition. None of us might have ever imagined that a day will come when we will not be able to celebrate our favourite festival with our friends and teachers due to this ongoing pandemic. But together the teachers and children of classes 1 and 2 pivoted to the virtual celebration to adapt to 2020’s challenges. The painstaking planning of synchronous activities and sharing of dance videos and the craft work made our celebrations merrier and magnificent. The children danced beautifully on the songs – “Aisa Desh Hai Mera”, “Suno Gaur Se Duniya Walon”, “Kehte Hain Hamko Indiawale”. All the videos were complied and put together to make it a grand show.

Children also made heart shaped tri-coloured wall hangings and kites to express the love for their country – India.

During all these celebrations we did not forget to thank our “Corona Warriors” who have been tirelessly working for our country. A beautiful video showing the “Thankyou Cards” made by the children was also a part of our celebrations.

Every year our Independence Day celebration is incomplete without the celebration of the Founder’s Day of our school. So the little children joyfully danced on a ‘’Happy Birthday song’’ to celebrate the school’s birthday. Together all the videos when assembled made our virtual show splendid.

Independence Day in itself sends a message of positivity. Like we won all the evils to get our freedom, we will surely win over this coronavirus pandemic too but it is most important to keep ourselves going. Happy Independence Day !!!.


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Independence Day Celebration Class UKG
14-08-2020

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION

Celebrating national festivals is  pivotal for infusing patriotism and love for the country in the hearts  of children .A special assembly was organised online to celebrate Independence day .Online classes echoed with patriotic fervour as the children came dressed up as freedom fighters, sang patriotic songs,danced to the tunes of patriotic numbers and spoke few lines to express their love for the nation.They  were full of zeal and enthusiasm.

The tiny tots mesmerized everyone with their vibrant performances.  Concerted efforts of children displaying such astounding  performances is highly appreciable. Parents made amazing videos and shared with the school. By and large,it was a wonderful day  soaked in patriotism .


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JANMASHTAMI CELEBRATION CLASSES LKG and UKG
11-08-2020

Janamashtmi festival is round the corner and it marks the birth of Lord Krishna. On this auspicious occasion temples are decorated and an aura of beautiful festive season is all around. 

Lord Krishna is incomplete without a flute or bansuri.The toddlers of sachdeva public school showcased Flute decoration activity. The parents helped the children to decorate the flute using silver/golden ribbons, shiny gotta or tapes, glittery lumbas and embellishments.The school took an initiative to encourage the children to unleash their talent and creativity.

The children enjoyed the activity thoroughly and seemed very happy to have got  photographs clicked. Parents delightfully sent photographs of their children dressed up traditionally along with the flute.


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Janmashtami Celebration Classes I & II
11-08-2020

Janmashtami Celebration Classes I & II

Janmashtami an important festival, marks the birth of Lord Krishna. Even the covid-19 pandemic situation did not affect the zeal for celebration of the festival. Classes I & II children celebrated this festival virtually with two of the major remembrance of Lord Krishna (Flute & Dance). The festival was introduced to children, marking the importance of Dance & Flute in Lord Krishna's life. Teachers guided children for the flute decoration as one of the activities during the online class session. Two children were dressed up in traditional attire of Lord Krishna and Radha and danced to the tunes of devotional song with great enthusiasm and joy.  Children also conveyed the message to the community to celebrate this festival by staying home safe and welcome Balgopal in their homes.


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Rakhi Craft Competition Classes III-V
05-08-2020

Rakhi Craft Competition

Classes III-V

Rakhi – a thread that binds a brother and a sister in a bond of joy forever.

Relationships are the essence of any festivity and Rakshabandhan is a celebration of one such eternal relation- that of a brother and a sister. The bond between a brother and a sister is one of the deepest and noblest of human emotions.

To mark this auspicious occasion, Rakhi Craft Competition was organized for classes III-V from 27 July to 1 August. The young hands of our budding artists used a variety of decorative material to deliver amazing masterpieces and presented their creativity in the most exquisite manner.

The students participated with great zeal and zest and made colourful rakhis and envelopes. The activity evoked a festive fervour in the hearts of the students and helped them strengthen the eternal bond of love between brothers and sisters. The vivacity exhibited by the students was perceivable.




Online Exhibition Classes VI- VIII
05-08-2020

Online Holiday Homework Exhibition

Class VI- VIII

 Summer Vacation is the time when children relax and break their routines to bring freshness from the rigour of their school timetables. However, this year, the summer break was not a usual one because of the unexpected pandemic. But the teachers made special efforts and designed the holidays homework in such a way that it enabled the children to show their creativity and skills by using the material available at home.

The school took an initiative and conducted an online exhibition of the holiday homework for the students of classes VI- VIII. The idea was to exhibit the efforts and skills of students and applaud their talent during this pandemic. The students were assigned different curriculum-based activities which enhanced the in-depth learning of the subjects and they presented their beautiful and informative work in the form of powerpoint presentations, e-brochures, research works and projects. Presenting the work online gave them an opportunity to unleash their imagination.


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Online Exhibition Classes IX-X
04-08-2020

Online Exhibition Classes IX-X

“Genius is when an idea and the execution of that idea are simultaneous”- Albert Einstein

In order to showcase the extraordinary work of students of Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura, an online exhibition was organised by classes IX and X. The projects undertaken by the students during the summer vacation were showcased online. The exhibits enabled the children to display their interests, understanding, investigative skills and talent. The exhibition polished their skills in technology and was a step forward towards their all-round development. As all the topics were covered, therefore, the projects that were shown had a wide spectrum. Unlike the previous years, this year, the exhibition was held online due to COVID-19 pandemic. Life is a box of surprises. Sometimes filled with confetti and sometimes with a little sadness and misery. But getting through the hard times and continuing the journey is worth it, even it seems to be hard from time to time. These projects gave a chance to the students to come up with creative ideas even during the summer holidays, when they couldn’t move out of their homes. The exhibition was a gala success and was appreciated by all.


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Rakhi Celebration
02-08-2020

A bond  of love - Rakhi Making Activity

The festival of Raksha Bandhan  exemplifies the bond of love and affection between brothers and sisters. The tiny tots of Sachdeva Public school also celebrated this festival, virtually this year with their classmates. Students were familiarised with the customs and rituals followed on this day by their teachers. They made beautiful rakhis and decorated them with sequins, stars and other attractive material  available at home.    

Students were seen passionately involved in this activity and were brimming with  excitement.It was a fun filled activity packed with joy and happiness .


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Art & Craft Online Exhibition
30-07-2020

Art & Craft Online Exhibition

‘Every child is an Artist’

The students of III –V made this statement true and tried their level best to showcase their creative skill and talent through activities planned by teachers during summer vacation.

The school invited the students to share their fine work of art and craft and took an initiative to conduct an amazing online ‘Art and Craft Exhibition’. Beautiful and colourful pattern design drawings and Madhubani paintings were a treat to watch.

Attractive and varied craft items like paper-plate baskets, newspaper frames and vases, pen stands etc were praiseworthy. An amazing array of artifacts depicted the aesthetic sense of children. The children enjoyed these activities with great fun and frolic, staying safe at home. The conscious efforts of the students, teachers and parents were commendable indeed.

 




Fun Summer Activities Class UKG
29-07-2020

SUMMER FUN ACTIVITIES


Summer vacation! The word itself creates a great deal of joy in the minds of students as they get a chance to enjoy and discover a lot of new things. This is the time they are amused by going to different places of interest, but this year due to pandemic they are confined to their homes. To fill long summer days with excitement of learning and exploring their innate talents, the school gave an interesting and creative assignment.
The students showcased their creative endeavor by making colourful fruits, lovable chicks with mama bird, ferocious yet adorable animals and well sculptured number cards. These activities have not only given an opportunity to unleash their Imagination but also to express themselves. Overall, it was a wonderful experience to see artistic and creative side of our tiny tots.


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Fun Summer Activities Class LKG
29-07-2020

 

SUMMER FUN ACTIVITIES


Summer vacation! The word itself creates a great deal of joy in the minds of students as they get a chance to enjoy and discover a lot of new things. This is the time they are amused by going to different places of interest, but this year due to pandemic they are confined to their homes. To fill long summer days with excitement of learning and exploring their innate talents, the school gave an interesting and creative assignment.
The students showcased their creative endeavor by making colourful fruits, lovable chicks with mama bird, ferocious yet adorable animals and well sculptured number cards. These activities have not only given an opportunity to unleash their Imagination but also to express themselves. Overall, it was a wonderful experience to see artistic and creative side of our tiny tots.

 

 


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Online Exhibition Classes(3-5)
28-07-2020

 

ONLINE EXHIBITION

For our students of the Primary Wing, the global lockdown was the time to unlock their creativity, for creativity can never be locked up. It was serious business for the students of classes 3 to 5 in the month of June as they put on their thinking caps and came up with innovative and diverse ideas to complete their projects from Hindi posters to Computer banners to EVS files. Undeterred by the adverse conditions prevailing outside, the children, secure and safe in their homes, under the loving umbrella of their family accomplished every task with the right enthusiasm and created beautiful work that showcases their inner zeal.

The school has put together some of these products of aesthetic wonderment to create a spectacular feast of visual delight in an online exhibition of the holiday homework.




Kargil Vijay Diwas
27-07-2020

Sachdeva Public School Pitampura Celebrates Kargil Vijay Diwas

The 21st Kargil Vijay Diwas was celebrated on 26 July 2020 with people across the country paying homage to the soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice fighting Pakistani forces. The NCC Cadets participated in various online competitions such as quiz competition, poster making, slogan writing, essay writing organised by Rajdhani College, University of Delhi, for school children across Delhi. The theme of the competition was Patriotism. They were awarded with E-Certificates in various categories as well. A webinar conducted by Delhi Directorate was also attended by the students. The ultimate sacrifice of Indian soldiers was remembered and children were made aware of the Kargil Vijay Diwas.


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Summer Vacation Activities
21-07-2020

Summer Vacation Activities – Classes 1 and 2

“From coming to school to connecting through Google Classroom
has brought us closer during the lockdown.”

 The school ensured not only learning continuously but also bringing out the artistic side of the child. Getting creative is a great way to fill the hours when going out is not an option. So, this summer break as the children were in their homes and had no option of travelling, the school planned some activities for the young minds of classes 1 and 2 to keep them busy, happy, and creative. Although the little ones were in touch digitally, yet they showed full enthusiasm in doing those activities. All the materials used for completing them was easily available at home. The little artists used their innovative ideas and did the best. The parents clicked the photographs and sent to the teachers. Such activities and efforts motivate the children to keep on doing wonders and help them to boost their confidence.


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INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY CELEBRATIONS
21-06-2020

CELEBRATION OF INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY

"Yoga means having an easeful body, a peaceful mind and a useful life."

 To commemorate the Sixth International Yoga Day, students and teachers of Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura participated in the event from their homes with great enthusiasm. The students attended an online yoga session organised by NCC wing of Lakshmibai College, University of Delhi. Keeping in mind the theme 'Yoga at Home, Yoga with Family', the students performed various asanas with the help of the experts. They encouraged students to practice yoga regularly to maintain their physical and mental health. This was later followed by a webinar which focused primarily on yoga and effective mental health for children. Yoga is an invaluable part of our rich tradition and thus, the students were motivated to inculcate it in their lifestyle for their holistic wellbeing. Overall, the celebrations saw wholehearted participation from the students and the Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi lauded the efforts made by them.


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NATION READING DAY AND MONTH
19-06-2020

National Reading Day and Month

Whenever you read a good book, somewhere in the world a door opens to allow in more light.  -Vera Nazarian

There are many perks of good reading habits.

Of all the skills one ever learns growing up, arguably none is more important than the ability to read. Each book that one reads is an opportunity to learn something new.

Books bring a realization of the values contained in our hearts. With the help of good books, one can learn moral values, ethics in life, and become a good human being. Now, because of the pandemic COVID-19, when all the children are at home, reading good books can be one of the best ways to spend their time in a productive manner.

CBSE is celebrating National Reading Day on 19 June 2020 and Reading Month till 18 July 2020. As part of the celebrations, the school will be organising various online activities for students that will be uploaded regularly on the school app. Since reading is one of those constructive habits that actually helps the children to improve their concentration power and reading skills, we hope to see active participation.




Little Hands at Work - LKG
16-06-2020

Little Hands at Work - LKG

It is imperative to engage children in simple, easy and fun activities which are incredibly helpful to enhance their motor skills, eye - hand coordination and concentration span and set foundation for all round development.

 We at Sachdeva Public school gave plethora of activities which were not only mirthful but helped to channelise their unlocked energy and build confidence.

The little ones tried their hands-on assorted activities like sorting lentils, paper tearing and pasting, printing, threading pasta, lemonade making etc. These activities were highly engrossing, enjoyable and self-engaging. The children displayed keen interest and enthusiasm .By and large ,the activities were a great success in cheering up the kids and improving their learning skills and potential.


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WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY (CLASSES 3-5)
05-06-2020

World Environment Day (Classes III to V)

‘Let’s nurture the nature so that we can have a better future.’

World Environment Day is celebrated on 5th June every year across the globe to encourage people worldwide to save and protect their environment from different challenges the world is facing today.  To mark this important day, the school organized activities and provided an opportunity to the students to show their concern for environment and spread awareness about its protection.

The students participated in activities related to environment with great zeal. They made beautiful brochures and wall-hangings using eco-friendly material and wrote slogans and quotes to propagate the message of protecting the environment from degrading. Making cloth bags from old T-shirts was an innovative idea to spread the message of ditching plastic and paper bags to reduce the burden on the Earth and going green. Each handicraft had a unique style and showcased the creativity of the child. The motivation of parents in helping the children do their bit in saving the environment was commendable indeed.

 The children participated with full vigour and enthusiasm. The activity was not only an expression of their hidden skill and creativity but also their contribution towards the betterment of environment.


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WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY
05-06-2020

World Environment Day

The food we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink and the climate that makes our planet habitable all come from nature. Yet, these are exceptional times in which nature is sending us a message: To care for ourselves we must care for nature.

World Environment Day is one of the biggest days of recognition for encouraging people worldwide to save and protect our environment from different environmental challenges the world is facing today. It is celebrated every year on 5th June. This year also the students of Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura from classes 9th and 10th showed their commitment to protect the environment in all best possible ways and celebrated the World Environment Day in a unique way. During his lockdown period, the students extended their thanks to the environment for all is bounties and came up with the best of their talents and creativity. They designed attractive and informative bookmarks, e brochures, wall hangings and bird feeders with eco-friendly materials to express their concerns about the need of a betterfuture for our planet. 


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FEET UP- DANCE
31-05-2020

“Dance is the joy of movement and the heart of life”

Stuck at home but not at heart, the young dancers of Class VII participated with full zeal in an online dance competition FEET UP- DANCING STARS held on 27th May 2020. The students recorded and sent short videos of 1 minute twenty seconds on the theme ‘Free Style’. Dressed in colourful costumes they showcased their dancing talent and enthralled everyone around them with tapping feet and mesmerizing smiles proving once again that no boundaries can confine the dancing feet.


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Online Class Party(Classes LKG & UKG)
30-05-2020

On the onset of summer vacations, an online class party was organized on 30th May, 2020 for the nursery kids.

Party means fun time for kids. So, to keep them connected with their classmates; students were asked to come forward and showcase their talent. They came dressed up beautifully and were thrilled to be a part of vibrant and energizing event. They sang rhymes, shared jokes, danced and some spoke about corona virus. They were full of confidence and gave mind blowing performances. Teachers were gracious entertaining hosts. They tried their best to make sure everyone fits in and no one feels left out. Our dear parents also appreciated and applauded little stars.

At the end children enjoyed healthy scrumptious food prepared at home with their classmates.

It was not only a special day but also a great experience to be lived.




Stay Home Stay Safe(Classes LKG & UKG)
25-05-2020

Message from our little students - Stay Home Stay Safe

During this time when the world is working together to prevent the spread of coronavirus, students of the nursery wing of our school are also committed to this mission. Our little ones are well aware of the threat and they understand the importance of staying home to stay safe. They know how to keep themselves healthy and fit.

Teachers and parents of our little wonders have very well educated the kids about the pandemic and the threat associated with it. Through these videos our kids are spreading awareness about the precautionary measures to prevent the virus from spreading and at the same time to be happy, healthy and positive.

Surely, we will get through this time together, continuing to make the safety of children our top priority.


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'SWARANJALI' - Online Singing Competition (Classes VII)
23-05-2020

 'SWARANJALI' - Online Singing Competition (Classes VI)

Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura, organised 'SWARANJALI', a patriotic song competition for the students of Classes VI and VII. The   students shared their two-minute videos of patriotic songs. They were full of enthusiasm and were eager to show their talent. They prepared well for the competition and a wide range of patriotic songs were presented. The competition was a platform for the students to acknowledge that the untouched potential of the students will lead them to the path of glory. The participants were judged on three aspects; presentation, harmony and melody. The competition not only exposed them to the world of music but also enhanced their confidence and presentation skills. The students gave   magnificent performances and the competition was a huge success. 

CLASS VII - ONLINE SINGING COMPETITION

S NO.

NAME OF STUDENT

SECTION

POSITION

1.

GEET HANS

VII A

FIRST

2.

RIDDHIMA AGGARWAL

VII A

SECOND

3.

SPRIHA MAHAJAN

VII A

THIRD

4.

YENNAM

VII B

FIRST

5.

HETAL TALREJA

VII B

SECOND

6.

JHALAK BHOLA

VII B

THIRD

7.

SEHAJ BATRA

VII C

FIRST

8.

PRAPTI JHA

VII C

SECOND

9.

UJJWAL BHATIA

VII C

THIRD

10.

KRITIKA GOYAL

VII D

FIRST

11.

AKSHIT GARG

VII D

SECOND

12.

RANVEER ANAND

VII D

THIRD

 

CLASS VII - ONLINE SINGING COMPETITION

S NO.

NAME OF STUDENT

SECTION

POSITION

13.

SHREYA SACHDEVA

VII E

FIRST

14.

PLAKSHA GUPTA

VII E

SECOND

15.

KASHVI CHAWLA

VII E

THIRD

16.

RESHAM KHURANA

VII F

FIRST

17.

NIRMIT DUDEJA

VII F

SECOND

18.

TRINABH CHAWLA

VII F

THIRD

19.

YASHVI GARG

VII G

FIRST

20.

DHRITI AHUJA

VII G

SECOND

21.

MANYA GUPTA

VII G

THIRD

 

 




'SWARANJALI' - Online Singing Competition (Classes VI)
23-05-2020

 

'SWARANJALI' - Online Singing Competition (Classes VI)

Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura, organised 'SWARANJALI', a patriotic song competition for the students of Classes VI and VII. The   students shared their two-minute videos of patriotic songs. They were full of enthusiasm and were eager to show their talent. They prepared well for the competition and a wide range of patriotic songs were presented. The competition was a platform for the students to acknowledge that the untouched potential of the students will lead them to the path of glory. The participants were judged on three aspects; presentation, harmony and melody. The competition not only exposed them to the world of music but also enhanced their confidence and presentation skills. The students gave   magnificent performances and the competition was a huge success.

 

CLASS VI - ONLINE SINGING COMPETITION

S NO.

NAME OF STUDENT

SECTION

POSITION

1.

KASHVI SEHGAL

VI A

FIRST

2.

TIJIL GARG

VI A

SECOND

3.

ARCHIT

VI A

THIRD

4.

MAULIK GUPTA

VI B

FIRST

5.

BHAVYA JAIN

VI B

SECOND

6.

VEDIKA BHUTANI

VI B

THIRD

7.

JIGISHA MANGLA

VI C

FIRST

8.

DEEPTI GOYAL

VI C

SECOND

9.

AADYA DHINGRA

VI C

THIRD

10.

MANYA SEHGAL

VI D

FIRST

11.

ARADHYA GUPTA

VI D

SECOND

12.

ARSHIYA AMAR

VI D

THIRD

13.

ARV SHARMA

VI E

FIRST

14.

PRISHA JUNEJA

VI E

SECOND

15.

SEHAJ AHUJA

VI E

THIRD

16.

SIDDHI BANSAL

VI F

FIRST

17.

ANGEL

VI F

SECOND




Family Day Celebration
23-05-2020

International Family Day

The family is a smallest building block of society and no doubt the most important one as well! Having strong familial bonds provides support and safe environment which are necessary for an individual's development.
To celebrate the bond of love among the family members We, at Sachdeva Public School celebrated 'International Family Day' on 15 May 2020.
The children were given a creative platform to express their love and gratification towards their family members by involving them in the craft activity of making 'Family Picture'.
It was a fun filled activity bundled with love and mirth.


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ONLINE DANCE COMPETITION (CLASS VIII)
22-05-2020

ONLINE DANCE COMPETITION

Feet Up- Dancing Stars

 “Dancing is creating a sculpture that is visible only for a moment.” – Erol Ozan

An Online Dance Competition was organized by Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura for the students of class VIII on 5th May 2020. The students were given the time limit of one minute twenty seconds and they were asked to record their videos. The theme of the competition was ‘Contemporary Dance’. The students did not let the opportunity fly by and sent their videos displaying their brilliant dancing skills. They dressed in colourful costumes, twirled around and performed on their favourite songs. Overall, the competition was a huge success.

 

CLASS VIII - DANCE COMPETITIONRESULTS

S NO.

NAME OF STUDENT

SECTION

POSITION

1

KHSUHI MANGLA

8A

FIRST

2

YASHIKA DHIRAAN

8B

FIRST

3

NANDINI ASIWAL

8B

SECOND

4

DIYA TANEJA

8B

THIRD

5

ARUSHI

8B

6

KASHISH SHAH

8C

FIRST

7

ESHAN GARG

8C

SECOND

8

UTPAL ROY

8C

THIRD

9

CHAHAT KAPOOR

8D

FIRST

10

SAUMYA HARJANI

8D

SECOND

11

MOHAK

8D

THIRD

12

ANVITA VATS

8F

FIRST

13

VAGISHA GOEL

8F

SECOND

14

SAANVI VIJ

8F

THIRD

15

KHWAHISH MALIK

8G

FIRST

16

RISHIKA BANSAL

8G

SECOND

17

HRIDESH GURNANI

8G

THIRD




Anti Terrorism Day Activity
22-05-2020

Anti Terrorism Day Activity

Class XI/XII

May 21, is observed as Anti Terrorism Day to mark the death anniversary of former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi who met martyrdom on this day in 1991.  The pivotal objective behind observing this day is to spread the message of peace, unity, humanity and harmony among people besides making them aware of the anti- social acts of terrorism.

On 21 May’20, students of class XI/XII of Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura from their homes participated enthusiastically in various activities to send out a message of global peace and non-violence. Students displayed their exuberance by making posters, writing slogans and penning down their profound thoughts in poems.  Varied Power Point Presentations and speeches were enthralling, showcasing students’ pledge to uphold and promote peace, social harmony and understanding among all fellow human beings and fight the forces that threaten human life and values.

The participants raised their voice and concern against cult practices that terrorize the countries across the globe and paid their tribute to those who lost their lives in various terrorist attacks.


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CARD MAKING ACTIVITY
20-05-2020

CARD MAKING ACTIVITY

COVID 19 Pandemic has brought change in everyone’s life. It has changed how we work, play and live. It is affecting the whole world, including our little ones who are missing their school, parks, friends, and their favourite outings. The need of the hour is to keep these kids emotionally stable and at the same time aware about the things happening around us.

While on one hand people across India and around the globe are largely confined to their homes with businesses and educational institutions all shut down in an attempt to contain the virus, and on the other hand doctors, health-care workers, medical staff members, policemen, sweeper are leading the battle against COVID-19 from the front. Putting their own lives at risk with selfless determination for the sake of saving lives, they truly are our heroes in these challenging times. The whole world is showing gratitude to these stars in different forms; be it the shower of flowers by Indian Airforce, Lightening of Burj Khalifa, Dubai or United Indians standing in balcony and clapping together. To make our children well informed about these warriors and their role, our school organized a ‘Card Making Activity’ for Classes 1 and 2. The little ones came out with full enthusiasm and used their creative minds to make beautiful Thank You Cards as a token of  gratitude and appreciation for these modern heroes of the country.

The parents sent the photograph of the children holding cards in their hands via email. Despite being distant, it was a great effort to connect the tiny tots to the present scenario.


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Online Dance Competition (Classes 4 & 5)
16-05-2020

Online Dance Competition (Classes 4 & 5)

Dance is an art, paint your dream and follow it.’

Dance is the best medium to utilize energy and release stress. It is also a great source for enhancing one’s creativity, imagination and confidence. In an attempt to help the students beat their lockdown blues and keep them engaged creatively, our school organised an online dance competition ‘Feet Up - Dancing Stars’ for the students of classes IV and V.

The school invited the children to send video clips of their dance performances. Diverse performances on wide spectrum of songs like folk and classical were received. Each performance was mesmerising and praiseworthy. The children dressed up in colourful costumes danced gracefully to the beats of music.

This competition gave an opportunity to dance enthusiasts to showcase their moves from the comfort of their homes. Parents’ hard work and efforts to make their child perform to the best of their abilities were really noteworthy.

The winners were awarded e-certificates. It was truly, a delightful experience for the performers of tomorrow!


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ENDANGERED SPECIES DAY
15-05-2020

ENDANGERED SPECIES DAY CELEBRATIONS

Endangered Species Day recognises the national efforts to protect our nation’s endangered species and their habitats. This day reminds us all that some of our favourite creatures are at risk of going extinct. There are thousands of charitable organizations dedicated to conserving endangered species all over the world. This year celebration goes online due to COVID-19. It was celebrated through online events, digital actions and individual activities. The school, also celebrated this day on 15 May,2020. To raise awareness about endangered species conservation among children, the teachers showed videos and slides highlighting the need of protecting wildlife and biodiversity. The best way to protect these species is by learning about them and their importance. The students of Class VIII participated with full zeal and zest by making E-poster, E-pamphlet and PPT, Class VII students prepared mask, finger puppet and paper mosaic and students of Class VI made informative lapbook to celebrate this day. This gave them a great time to explore and research about endangered animals and plants near and far.

In addition to generating awareness, the activity also reinforced for the students the importance of individual actions. This was an ideal opportunity for experiential learning and a step forward to maintain healthy and sustainable ecosystems and a healthy planet.


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Mother\'s Day Celebration
12-05-2020

Mother's Day

Mothers are like glue. Even when you can't see them, they are still holding the family together. Mother’s love is the fuel that enables a normal human being to do the impossible. She is a walking miracle.

Mother's Day is the special time of the year to salute, recognise and acknowledge her contribution to the child's development.

We at Sachdeva Public School celebrated this day to make mothers feel special by making beautiful cards. Children were seen passionately involved in the card making activity and their efforts were greatly applauded by everyone.


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Mother's Day Celebration
12-05-2020

MOTHER’S DAY

Mother’s Day is a special day for all the children and mothers as it celebrates the bond of love and affection. It is celebrated on 2nd Sunday of May every year. Mothers are the backbone of the family who has the magic touch to heal all the wounds and make all the things beautiful. Keeping this beautiful bonding emotion in mind children of classes 1 & 2 celebrated Mother’s Day virtually. The Art teacher made an earnest effort to teach them how to make a badge for their mothers. She gave instructions online and children put their best foot forward to make that badge and bring a smile on their mother’s faces. It was pleasure watching the dynamic and energetic artists preparing something special for their beloved mothers. Some children also spoke devotedly about mother. The outcome of their effort for this activity was marvelous and unique.


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Earth Day Celebrations
05-05-2020

EARTH DAY CELEBRATIONS

“Forests are where animals breed!

But they are gone because of greed!

There must be something that you can still do!

But do you still care about the things around you?”

 

Human activities have already caused many problems for the Mother Earth. Degrading our environment poses a threat to us as well as to our future generations. Our planet is at a breaking point but it isn't too late to save it. Several steps were taken to do the same. One such step was celebrating Earth day on 22nd April. To make this day memorable and to show their love and gratitude towards nature, the students of classes IX and X of Sachdeva Public School took the celebration to a new level by initiating some changes in their lifestyle to promote the issue of protecting mother Earth. The students exhibited their artistic skills by designing beautiful brochures to convey messages about the present scenario. The children took a pledge to conserve the resources and to protect the flora and fauna in every walk of their lives. The teachers too held interactive discussions with the students regarding the same during the online sessions. Overall, it was a very insightful and enthralling event.  

 


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Earth Day Celebration
28-04-2020

EARTH DAY

 

Earth is the only planet known to have a life. It contains grasslands, forests, hills, mountains and water bodies like oceans, rivers, and seas. Our planet Earth is an amazing place, but it needs our help to thrive. That is why every year on April 22, people all over the world celebrate Earth Day to protect the beautiful planet from problems like pollution, deforestation, global warming etc.

Many countries have come together to demonstrate their concern for our planet through initiatives like Plantation Activities, Cleanliness Drives and promoting 3 Rs – Reduce, Recycle and Reuse etc.

 

To extend their support for environmental protection the students of classes 1 and 2 of Sachdeva Public School under the flagship of their Principal celebrated the 50th Earth Day with great enthusiasm even while staying home. The children were demonstrated virtually by the teacher to plant a sapling with the available material at home. A feeling of excitement and responsibility towards Mother Earth could be observed amongst the students. The celebration was taken to its peak by giving the children the motto – “MAKE EVERYDAY EARTH DAY”

 


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EARTH DAY CELEBRATIONS
22-04-2020

Earth Day Celebrations

“Nature did never betray the heart that loved her. If humanity doesn’t start conserving the environment now, we will lose our most valuable possession- our home.” In other words, the Earth is what we all have in common, so when we heal the Earth, we heal ourselves. Amidst the current crisis of Covid-19 pandemic, the only cause to cheer is that the Earth has started healing and blooming on its own sans the intervention of human activities. And contributing to the revival process of the Earth, were the energetic and enthusiastic students of classes VI -VIII of Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura who came forward with full zeal to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the World Earth Day on 22 April 2020. The students of class VI joined the celebration by performing the activity ‘Go Dark for an Hour a Day’ in order to save electricity. They also made colourful nature collages to spread awareness and even tried to grow their own plants to do their bit. The students of class VII showcased their affection for Mother Earth by writing colourful and catchy slogans, highlighting the need of 4Rs. They also prepared picture collages and short videos showing how to use waste water from RO system for washing, cleaning etc. Maintaining the continuity, the students of class VIII used the skill of Dialogue Writing to highlight the favourable environmental changes taking place during the lockdown period. The students also shared their ideas about deteriorating condition of the environment with their family and friends and suggested some innovative methods to reduce their carbon footprints. On the whole, the Earth Day Celebration turned out to be a very informative and fruitful endeavour.


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Folk Song Competition (III-V)
05-03-2020

‘Music is the strongest form of magic’     
-Marilyn Manson

 

Under the ongoing CBSE programme – ‘Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat’, Sikkim has been chosen as the partner state of Delhi and our students are learning much about this beautiful hill state located in the north-east of India. To acquaint our students with the music of Sikkim, an Inter-House Folk Song Competition was organized for the students of classes III to V. The participants sang beautiful songs in the three languages – Nepali, Bhutia and Sikkimese that are spoken in Sikkim. The audience was mesmerized by the melodious songs and realized that music knows no boundaries. The power of music touches every heart through its rhythm and melody. Principal Ma’am Ms. Mona Rastogi appreciated the efforts of the students and teachers and awarded the winners.

 


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150th Birth Anniversary Celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi – Visit to Khadi (III-V)
04-03-2020

The main aim of the 2 year long celebrations of the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi was to acquaint the students with values and beliefs of Mahatma Gandhi. So to sensitize the students about one such belief propagated by Gandhiji – ‘Swadeshi’, a visit to the Khadi Gramodyog was organized for the students of classes IV and V. The students gained first hand knowledge about the stylish state of art, handmade garments on display there. Many other products like soap, oil, honey, incense etc. also caught their attention. Exploring the handmade items at the Gramodyog gave the students an insight into Mahatma Gandhi’s belief in self-reliance and sustainable development for all. This visit increased their awareness about the indigenous products which are a priceless part of our rich heritage and must be preserved.




150th Birth Anniversary Celebration of Mahatma Gandhi
04-03-2020

On the momentous occasion of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi ,  a week long celebrations were organized in the school as per CBSE guidelines to promote Gandhian thoughts,principles , values and ideas.

The celebrations began with bhajan singing by tiny tots of classes I and II . Next day the students presented a skit showing incidents from his life which left their mark on Gandhiji’s mind and continue to aspire us till date.

The young ambassador of Gandhian thoughts participated enthusiastically in ‘Cleanliness Drive’ and maintained cleanliness not only in school premises but outside the school also. The students also wrote slogans on the values propagated  by him. Screening of short videos on life of Gandhi ji was the another step to encourage the students to follow his path of simple living , truth and non violence .


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Annual Athletic Meet (III-V)
19-02-2020

The more difficult the victory, the greater the happiness in winning.

The much awaited Annual Athletic Meet for classes III-V was held on 19 February 2020 with great zeal and enthusiasm. The programme began with the ceremonial lighting of the torch. The Principal, Ms Mona Rastogi administered the oath to the athletes to participate with honesty and sincerity and declared the meet open. Once the races began, the air reverberated with loud cheers of encouragement for the young athletes by the spectators. The students enthusiastically took part in various races – flat race, string and beads race, relays, obstacle race and many more. Principal Ma’am urged the students to make sports and exercise a way of life and gave away the medals to the proud winners.


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Orientation Programme on ‘Cleanliness of River Yamuna
19-02-2020

Eco Club teachers attended an Orientation Programme on ‘Cleanliness of River Yamuna’ organized by SCERT-State Council of Education and Research Training in coordination with Environment Department, Delhi Jal Board and the Industries Department on 19 February 2020 at Thyagraj Stadium. The programme aimed to bring a positive change in the mindset of teachers and students towards the revival of river Yamuna. It also highlighted the problems related to water pollution and the remedial measures to make Delhi a pollution free city. The spokespersons recommended a number of interesting activities for students to sensitize them about water pollution and use water in a sustainable manner.




Annual Picnic to Kingdom of Dreams
29-01-2020

It is rightly said that ‘the students who travel together, learn together’.

Keeping this in mind, several excursions are organized in our school from time to time. The students of 6th, 7th and 8th visited ‘Kingdom of Dreams – a live entertainment and Theatre Destination’ on 18December 2019 and 29 January 2020. The highlight of the visit was the mesmerizing live show ‘ Jhumroo’ which is a tribute to the legendary singer of yesteryears-Kishore Kumar. The students danced on the foot tapping numbers and participated in other gala activities conducted during the show. They also got a chance to explore the ‘Cultural Gully’ which showcases the handicrafts and specialities of various states. They relished the delicacies served to them after the show and came back refreshed and rejuvenated.




WEBINAR ON SAFE SCHOOL REOPENING
15-01-2020

A webinar was organized on Safe School Reopening Standard Operating Procedures on Friday, 15 January 2021.The schools were closed for nearly nine months due to Covid 19.The webinar primarily focused on providing safe and secure environment to the children in the school.The Chairman, Sh S K Bhattacharya stressed on the fact that looking after the emotional aspect of the children should be the topmost priority of the school. The schools need to boost the confidence of the children. Furthermore, the parents need to be guided and assured that the school campus is safe for their children. For this purpose, communication with the parents become all the more pertinent. The school authorities must convince the parents regarding their infrastructure to provide safe and sound environment to the children.

The convener, Dr Rajesh Hasija, discussed the SOP Document which comprises of guidelines regarding  reopening of schools. The schools must orient the stakeholders i.e. parents, faculty must be guided and prepared for reopening of the schools. He also talked about administrative readiness i.e. schools must be ready to handle emergencies, day to day tasks etc.For medical emergencies, the schools must tie up with a nearby hospital. In the classroom, seats must be fixed for the children .The school and the staff must look after the mental well-being of the children. They should be motivated to come to school with happiness. The webinar was an informative one which boosted the confidence of one and all regarding reopening of the schools.




Webcast on Youth Day Celebration
12-01-2020

                            Webcast on Youth Day Celebration

The students and teachers of Sachdeva Public School ,Pitampura attended the valedictory  function of the  Second National Youth Parliament addressed by The Prime Minister,Shri Narendra Modi  on 12 January 2020 via video conferencing.The function was presided over by Lok Sabha Speaker,Shri Om Birla,  Education Minister,Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal, and Youth Affairs and Sports Minister , Shri  Kiran Rijiju .The objective of the festival was to hear the voice of the youth between 18-25 years.He urged the youth of the nation to follow Swami Vivekananda's leadership advice and praised the revered monk for his contribution in developing individuals and nation.He acclaimed that youth is power and how the ambitious youth-have triggered a start up revolution propelling India on the path of rapid economic growth.He stressed on Swami Ji's words - ' Muscles of iron and nerves of steel' thereby augmenting- Skill Development,Vocational Training,The New National Education Policy,Fit India Movement,Khelo India Games. The event aimed at harnessing Yuva Shakti for Atamnirbhar Bharat by being vocal for local.The motto of the programme was to fulfil dreams and realise aspirations of the youth.The programme propagated the spirit,essence and concept of Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat amongst the students and teachers.




Cooking Without Fire (III-V)
26-12-2019

‘Sound health is the result of healthy eating habits’.

Keeping this in view ‘Cooking Without Fire’ competition was held for the students of III-V. The competition was conducted with a view to create awareness about the nutritional value of food cooked without flame, the necessity and advantages of healthy eating and to encourage students to stay away from junk food. The children participated in the competition with full zeal and enthusiasm as they doled out nutritious dishes like fruit chaat, bhel puri, sev puri and a variety of salads. They served the dishes in an artistic and aesthetic way which was most appealing and the display was a visual treat. Through this activity the students learnt the spirit of teamwork, culinary skills and value of hard work put into cooking. The activity provided a platform for the students to showcase their talent.

 The school Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi appreciated the children for their hard work and efforts.

 




Christmas Celebration (LKG and UKG)
24-12-2019

Christmas was celebrated on 24 Dec' 2019 in the nursery wing. The school wore a festive look with sparkling stars, tingling bells and a decorated X-mas tree full of hopes and wishes. The children sang hymns and danced merrily to the tunes of vibrant songs. The entry of Santa filled the air with excitement and joy. The Principal Ma'am enjoyed the function thoroughly and appreciated the efforts made by the teachers and kids.




GURUPURAB CELEBRATIONS- CLASSES I AND II
10-12-2019

India being a secular country, many religious festivals are celebrated in schools also to acquaint the tiny tots with their culture and tradition. The students of I and II celebrated Gurupurab, the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev ji with great enthusiasm and fervour. 

Children were taken to Gurudwara for the religious visit. The little ones looked cute covering their heads and joining hands in Gurudwara premises. They offered prayers and chanted the shabad.

                Satnam Waheguru along with Bhaiji of gurudwara. Five children dressed up as panj pyaras looked very impressive.

The students were told about teaching of Guru Nanak Dev ji and were told that we all should follow the path of brotherhood and harmony. Prasad was also distributed to all the children.

                Such celebrations incorporate the teachings of great philosophers in students and encourage them to uphold the secular spirit of India to develop love for humanity.




Fruit chaat making activity (LKG)
22-11-2019

It has been rightly said'An apple a day keeps the doctor away' . The importance of fruits in  our daily diet cannot be overlooked. Fruits are good source of essential nutrients which are important for the growth and development of children. To encourage and motivate children to incorporate fruits in their daily diet ' Fruit chaat activity' was organised for L.K.G classes on 22th November 2019. Children brought fruits from their home and prepared fruit chaat with the help of the teacher. It was a yummy treat for the children.
           The Principal Ma'am Ms. Mona Rastogi was over whelmed to see enthusiasm and their gusto for the activity.
           The Children not only enjoyed it but also learnt about fruits. It was a fun filled activity packed with knowledge.




FITNESS WEEK CELEBRATION
20-11-2019

For any society or nation to progress it is important that their citizens are physically fit. Fitness means that people have optimum energy and positively be able to handle day to day physical and emotional challenges.

Keeping this thought in mind. Fitness Week was observed by Sachdeva public School wherein the students of the school participated in utmost exuberance volunteered and participated actively in various physical activities like dance and aerobics. The students also did a couple of free hand exercises in their physical education periods. They also participated in a poem writing competition on the theme ‘Fit India School’ to further reiterate the idea of importance of physical fitness.

To promote the habit of exercise and meditation and as a part of ‘Fitness Week Celebration’ as per the guidelines of CBSE an activity ‘Yoga For All’ was conducted on 13th November 2019 in the school premises. A total of 550 students participated in it. They were educated on the importance of yoga and were explained that yoga helps in maintaining not only physical but also mental health for everyone. The session began with warm-up exercises which were followed by various simple but useful ‘aasanas’. The students were guided include yoga in their daily routine for the wholesome and salubrious effects on mind, body and soul.

As a part of the Fit India Week, class XI students participated enthusiastically and overwhelming exuberance in the ‘ Fit India- Cooking Competition’. The participants chiefly focused on healthy and nutritious food eating habits. The competition was held on two days with 32 teams of four participants each. The main dish of each team concerted to not only taste but health as well. Salads, chaats, fruits,health drinks and mocktails demonstrated the culinary skills of the young sachdevians. The Principal emphasized on the benefits of healthy and nutritious food habits among children for a healthy and Fit India in her closing speech.   


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Rashtriya Poshan Maah
15-11-2019

In the wake of growing problems related to faulty food habits among the children, the idea of ‘Rashtriya Poshan Maah’ has been conceptualized as a movement by DOE wherein different activities were conducted to make the students understand the importance of ‘Healthy Food Habits’.

The celebration of ‘Rashtriya Poshan Maaah’ began with an ‘Opening Ceremony’ organized by classes III-V. The students spoke about healthy eating habits and motivated their peers to adopt a healthy lifestyle. A melodious song on ‘Healthy Food’ was presented by the school choir. Principal Ma’am, Ms. Mona Rastogi, addressed the children and sensitized them about the importance of ‘Balanced Diet’ and washing their hands properly.

The soft boards in all the classes were decorated with posters, pictures and write-ups on nutrition.

The tiny tots of nursery also participated in ‘Hand Wash Day’ and learnt the correct way of washing hands. Creative collages on ‘Healthy Food’ and ‘Nutrition’ made by the students of Class IV also helped in creating awareness about good eating habits and adopting them for a better, healthier and happier life. The importance of physical fitness was emphasized through sessions on ‘Yoga and Exercise’.

A counselling session was organized to spread the awareness about the preventive measures to be taken against Diarrhoea.

Rangoli Making, Poster Making and Slogan Writing competitions were organized for classes VI-VIII as a part of ‘Rashtriya  Poshan Maah’. The NCC cadets participated in Nukkad Natak and an awareness Rally on Poshan Maah. They carried placards and banners with messages on healthy diet. They also interacted with the local residents informing them about the importance of balanced diet.

A talk on ‘Health Issues of Adolescent Girls for classes VI-XII was organized to raise awareness about the importance of nutrition and hygiene in their growth and development. The school counsellor and the medical assistant explained the various aspects with the help of PPT and CBSE video.

The school celebrated the month of October as ‘Poshan Maah’. It was a great learning experience for the students.

 




Gurpurab ( LKG and UKG)
08-11-2019

A sense of peace and tranquility filled the air as SPS nursery celebrated 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev ki.
              A small but beautifully decorated Gurdwara was set up in the school premises. Five children dressed up as the 'Panj Piyare' recited 'Mool Mantra' followed by Shabad Kieran by the little ones and teachers.
              Teachers threw light on the life of Guru Nanak Dev and motivated the children to follow Guru's teaching.
              Principal Ms. Mona Rastogi was mesmerized by the performance of the little ones. The spiritual ambience created by the devotional songs and chants was appreciated by her.
              The celebration culminated with the distribution of Kada Prasad




Excursion to National Science Centre
01-11-2019

As a part of the school’s endeavour for creating and enhancing scientific awareness, an educational excursion was organized for class VIII to the National Science Centre on 1 November 2019 to participate in an interactive exhibition on ‘Superbugs- End of Antibiotics?’. The travelling exhibition was conducted by the Science Museum Group, London. It included various hands-on educational activities, puppet show, discussion with awareness about the basic scientific knowledge of microbes, anti-microbial resistance and need for antibiotic stewardness in the students.




DIWALI CELEBRATIONS – CLASS I AND II
26-10-2019

The festival of light was celebrated with great pleasure by the tiny tots of I and II. The motto of the celebration was No crackers, only Eco-Friendly  Diwali. The little ones dressed up in colourful costumes presented a dance. The students also took part in card making and Diya decoration competition. The school building was decorated with flowers and Rangoli. The Pollution Free Diwali was the slogan by the tiny tots whose happy and smiling faces spread the light of joy in the hearts of our guest- Honorary Principal Mam and fellow friends. Every child went home carrying the message of love, peace and joy of the festivals.




ANTI-CRACKER RALLY
25-10-2019

With an aim to spread awareness about firecrackers causing air and noise pollution and health hazards to mankind and animals, students of Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura participated in an Anti-Cracker Rally organized by Mount Abu Public School  in collaboration with Dept. of Environment, Govt. of NCT Delhi.  The rally was flagged off from Japanese Park. The young eco-warriors carried school banners, colourful placards and raised slogans like ‘Say No to Crackers’ to cultivate a sense of duty towards their environment and society. These enthusiastic eco-warriors also presented a Nukkad Natak to send out the message of celebrating green and safe Diwali without crackers. The Principal appreciated the efforts of the students in raising awareness on this important environment issue.




Diwali Celebration ( LKG and UKG)
25-10-2019

                           Toddlers from Nursery SPS, celebrated Diwali on 25th October with devotion, enthusiasm and excitement. Tastefully decorated school campus added charm and religious fervour to the atmosphere.
                           The programme started with Ganesh Aarti by the Principal Ms. Mona Rastogi. The students dressed up as various characters from the Ramayana depicted the story of Lord Rama and his return to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana, through a wonderful dance drama.
                          Principal Ms. Mona Rastogi applauded the efforts of the children and sensitised the students about the ill- effects of crackers.




Diwali Celebration
24-10-2019

 ‘The supreme light of Diwali illuminates minds, enlightens hearts and strengthens bonds’.

Diwali, the festival that marks the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after he vanquished the demon Ravana, was celebrated with great pomp and show.

The lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi marked the beginning of the programme after which the school choir regaled everyone with a beautiful melodious Diwali Song – ‘Aao deep jalaein’. The students of classes III-V performed the ‘garba’ and ‘dandiya’ to foot tapping music and added to the festive mood. A group of our young students took on the role of environmental messengers and extolled the merits of celebrating an eco-friendly Diwali to reduce the negative impact of such a beautiful festival on our environment.

The Principal also motivated the students to use green crackers and eco-friendly material to celebrate a healthy and safe Diwali.

 


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Itihaas Anveshan (III-V)
14-10-2019

Maintaining one’s culture, values and traditions is beyond price.

Itihaas Anveshan organises competitions for school children to acquaint them with the rich heritage and culture of India. Our school has been involved in this endeavour of spreading cultural awareness over the years. This year too, our school choir consisting of 35 students from classes III-V added another feather in their cap by winning the first prize for ‘Best Lyrics’ in the category Cheshta by composing and singing a melodious song on the vibrant colour ‘Yellow’ which represents optimism, happiness and positivity. The song also highlighted the importance of yellow colour in Indian tradition and culture.


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Cleanliness Drive for Swachh Bharat - Swachhata Hi Sewa Campaign 2019
02-10-2019

Children are said to be the future of every country. They are the best messengers to spread any message in a society.

Keeping this in mind ‘Swachhta Hi Sewa’ was initiated in school.

The students of  I and II enthusiastically took part in this campaign. This Swachhata Hi Sewa Campaign involved Shramdaan for plastic waste collection and segregation. All the students were urged to eliminate a single use plastic from their houses, school and surroundings.

Awareness campaign was taken up to limit the use of single used plastic by putting up posters in and around the school premises. The students took a pledge to keep their school , home and surroundings clean.

Plantation of trees for clean atmosphere was also initiated in the school by students and teachers . The future generation promoted this campaign with full fervor for the better future of the country and they promised to keep India clean and green.


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Mahatma Gandhi 150th Birth Anniversary Commemorations
20-09-2019

‘A man is but the product of his thoughts; what he thinks, he becomes.’

 Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi -Bapu, the name itself is capable of carrying the whole universe in it. Mahatma Gandhi is revered the world over as one of history’s most transformative and inspirational figures. He was the greatest leader of the world, an unarmed soldier, a fearless warrior and a follower of Ahimsa.

To commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi-Father of the Nation and to imbibe the values of truth, honesty, simplicity, non-violence and discipline, the primary wing of the school is organizing a series of events from 24 September,2019 to 1 October,2019.

 The details of the events are-

1.     24 September 2019         -       Bhajan Singing Competition

2.     25 September 2019         -       Art Competition

3.     26 September 2019         -       Katha Kathan

4.     27 September 2019         -       Cleanliness Drive

5.     30 September 2019         -       Special Assembly

6.     1 October 2019                -      Movie Time

 




Teacher's Day Celebration
05-09-2019

Teacher’s Day is a special day dedicated to all the teachers. It is celebrated every year to honour the teachers and appreciate their contribution towards education. This day was also celebrated in classes I & II on 5 September. A special assembly was organized where the students conveyed their wishes through different thoughts, English and Hindi poems about teachers. They also learnt the shloka - (Guru Brahma, Guru hi Vishnu) along with music teacher. Some children also came dressed up as teachers and were feeling very proud. Children played different games in the classes and enjoyed the day with their teachers. The tiny tots also learn to love and respect their teachers.

 

 




Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations (I & II)
02-09-2019

Ganesh Chaturthi, the birthday of Lord Ganesha was also one of the religious celebrations celebrated by tiny tots of I & II. Idol of  Ganpati ji was kept on a decorated table. Prasad  of Ladoos was offered. Children enjoyed singing Ganesh Aarti and songs of Ganpati along with music teacher. Whole building was reverberating with the melodious Jaikara sound of ‘Ganpati Bappa Maurya’. They celebrated the festival with joy and devotion.




Ganesh Chaturthi (LKG and UKG)
02-09-2019

Sachdeva Public School nursery department celebrated the birthday of Lord Ganesha with tremendous bliss and dedication. Principal madam Ms. Mona Rastogi began the ceremony by offering flowers to the deity. There after tiny tots sang aarti and bhajans with great enthusiasm . The whole school echoed with ' Ganpati Bappa Morya' creating an exciting and blissful environment.




Swachhata Pakhwada
02-09-2019

‘Cleanliness is a state of purity, clarity and precision.’

Schools play a vital role in spreading awareness about cleanliness and sanitation. As per CBSE guidelines, Swachhata Pakhwada (Cleanliness Fortnight) is being organized in the school from 1-15 September 2019. A plethora of activities have been planned for the fortnight to make the event successful and effective. The schedule of activities during the fortnight is as follows:

S. No                             Activity                                                                Date

  1.                          Swachhata Shapath Day                                 2nd September 19

  2.                          Swachhata Awareness Day                             3rd September 19

  3.                          Community Outreach                                      4th September 19

  4.                          Green School Drive                                         6th September 19

  5.                          Hand Wash Day                                              9th September 19

  6.                          Swachhata Action Day, Exhibition,
                                Prize Distribution                                            11th September 19

 

The above mentioned activities during Swachhata Pakhwada will enable the school to take the mission of cleanliness to the community and create mass awareness.




FIT INDIA MOVEMENT
29-08-2019

The students viewed the launching of ‘Fit India Movement’ by Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi on 29th August 2019 on the occasion of ‘National Sports Day’. Stressing on the need to be fit, the Prime Minister said that a healthy India is his goal and added that people must change their mindsets when it comes to physical fitness. The children learnt the importance of fitness and promised to inculcate the habit of exercising in their lives. A fitness pledge was also administered on this occasion.




Jal Shakti Abhiyan
23-08-2019

The school organized a Jal Shakti Abhiyan on 23rd August 2019in the school as per the department of Education’s directions. Events were organized through the day to raise awareness amongst students and staff on the importance of water conservation. The abhiyan started with a tree plantation drive by the students of class VII Eco Club. This was followed by a rally by the NCC Cadets (Boys and Girls) in the neighbourhood to raise awareness on how precious water is and how critical it is to save it right now before the crisis deepens. Poster making activity on the topic 'Save Water' was conducted by class XI. Classes I to XII, also, watched a video and PPT presentation on the topic along with tips to save water in our daily life.


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Janmashtami - classes I and II
23-08-2019

 

Cultural education is an essential aspect of curriculum in every school. Understanding this importance and glorifying the Indian tradition, classes I and II celebrate each festival every year. Janamashtmi, the birth of Lord Krishna was celebrated on 23 August. To seek the blessings of Lord Krishna, a cradle was decorated with flowers, the little boys came dressed up as Kanha and girls as Radha. They all tapped their feet on the religious tunes of Lord Krishna. The atmosphere was infused with holy chantings of ‘Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna’, it also gave opportunity to jubilate and learn. Everyone was excited. The little ones enjoyed rocking the cradle of Ladoo Gopal Ji. With such celebrations, children absorb the significance of different festivals and as a result, imbibe the value system to become a humane citizen.




Rakhi Celebration (LKG and UKG)
14-08-2019

Rakhi, an everlasting bond of love between brother and sister into a thread. Children of the Nursery wing celebrated Rakhi on 14.8.19 with great mirth and glee. Children made beautiful rakhis and tied rakhi on the boys' wrist with their little hands hoping that they will be loved, cared and respected. Children enjoyed the day by eating and sharing sweets together. 




Independence day and Founder's day(LKG and UKG)
13-08-2019

The SPS family celebrated the Independence day and founders' day with full zest and zeal on 13 August 2019. The function started with hoisting of the National Flag by our respected Principal Madam Ms. Mona Rastogi and was followed by the national anthem.
                 Children danced beautifully and mesmerized everyone with their performance. Principal madam appreciated the commendable efforts made by the children and teachers.
                 The atmosphere of the school was filled with joy and patriotic fervour.





Independence Day - Classes I and II
09-08-2019

Indian national festivals showcase India’s rich history. Celebration of these festivals give an opportunity to the children to express their love for the country and desire to make it a better nation.

Independence Day celebration in school is a way to acquaint the younger generations with the struggles and hardships people went through during British reign. Just like every year this year also Independence Day was celebrated by tiny tots of I and II with great zeal and fervor. The whole building was decorated with tri coloured balloons and kites to add to the festive mood. Children came up in colourful costumes. The Principal of the school unfurled the national flag and national anthem was sung with pride by the students as well as by the staff. The students presented a dance on patriotic songs to show their patriotism and sense of belonging towards the country. It also expressed the joy of our freedom.

One more Celebration was added to Independence Day and that was Founder’s Day of Sachdeva Public School. Little dancers danced on the tunes of ‘Happy Birthday’. A cake was cut and balloons were released by Principal Ma’am and children made a promise to take their country and school to the heights.

The programme concluded with the motivational words by Principal Ma’am. It was the day full of joy, enthusiasm and celebration. It was also a day to love and respect our country.




Rakhi Making and Thali Decoration Competition-ClassesI and II
07-08-2019

India is a land of festivals. Celebration of festivals brings unity in diversity- a well known feature of our country. Celebrating all the festivals in schools have become an integral part of learning and building a strong cultural belief in a child. SPS celebrates all-important festivals (religious, national or harvest) to bring students closer to the culture of India. Raksha Bandhan is also one of them. It is the day to celebrate a pious bond between a brother and a sister. To celebrate this sweet bond of siblings and instill in them the feeling of pride and responsibility of this relation, in them, the school organized Rakhi Making and Thali Decoration competition for classes I and II. All the tiny tots seemed to turn into little artisans and making the best knot of protection was the only plan. Everyone used different material, colours and creative ideas to make the best rakhis. Class II students decorated traditional thalis for this festival. All the children participated with great zeal and zest in this creative competition of Rakhi Making and Thali Decoration . The artistic ideas were quite fascinating and children thoughtfully enjoyed the competition, which tickled their creative side. They made colourful and vibrant rakhis and thalis. Children went back home enthusiastically to welcome the festival in full festive mood.


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Rakshabandhan Craft Competition (III-V)
07-08-2019

Raksha Bandhan Craft Competition was organized for the students of the Primary Wing on the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan. The students participated en masse with great enthusiasm and their creativity was evident in their work.

The little girls and boys of class III made and decorated lovely rakhis and envelopes with a flourish and style far beyond their years. The girls of class IV made rakhi and lumba with an expertise that was a treat to observe and the boys showed their skill at intricate gift-wrapping. The girls of Class V displayed their maturity and flair at decorating beautiful thalis with admirable finesse. The boys participated in basket decoration with aplomb. It was a joyous day for all. Certificates were awarded to students for excellence in art and craft.




Holiday Homework Display( LKG and UKG)
05-08-2019

Farm house made by the kids as a part of the holiday homework was displayed in the School premises. Principal Madam and parents appreciated the creative display.




Holiday Homework- Creative work by kids(LKG and UKG)
02-08-2019

A part of holiday homework was displayed in the school premises based on the theme 'Save Animals' with monkeys hanging on beautiful green trees, a herd of elephants, white and black striped zebra, colourful snakes, giraffes and ferocious tigers made the jungle alive in the school. Children and parents creativity was reflected in the display. It not only brought a smile on the onlookers but also spread the message of savings the animal kingdom.




Fancy Dress Competition-Classes I and II
30-07-2019

To develop confidence in children by giving them an opportunity to face audience, Fancy Dress Competition was held in classes I and II. The topic for the competition was “Our Helpers”.

The aim behind this competition was also to bring out sense of reverence and acknowledgement among young children towards community helpers. Every child took part and came dressed up as teachers, soldiers, farmers, pilots and air hostesses etc. They really spoke well and acted with confidence. This competition instilled in them the feeling of respect for all the professions and one more effort by the school in making them a better citizen and valuable member of the society. The little helpers were really a feast to the eyes.


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Colouring Competition ( LKG and UKG)
26-07-2019

           To nurture the creativity of students, a colouring competition was organised in Sachdeva Public School on 26.7.19. Children were excited to colour the given picture with their own imagination and creativity. They participated with great enthusiasm and displayed their colouring skills.
            It was a fun filled activity where children not only enjoyed but also got a platform to show case their talent.      




Hand Washing Campaign (III-V)
19-07-2019

Wash, wash, wash your hands

Scrub the germs away!

Or they will stay and cling to you

And make you ill, they say!

Wash, wash, wash your hands

Do it often and everyday

This will wash away the germs

And healthy you will stay

Hand washing is the most effective step we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. Ensuring that our hands are clean not only protects us from infections but also keeps the environment around us clean. The school organized the activity to sensitize the students about the importance of Hand Washing, ‘Handwashing Campaign’ was organized by the primary wing in the school. The student volunteers of class V went to each class talking about how and when to wash hands and the benefits of washing hands, thus, raising awareness about handwashing with soap as a key approach to disease prevention. The Principal, Ms Mona Rastogi lauded the efforts of the students, motivated them to make handwashing a habit and lead a healthier and better life.

 

 




Healthy Food Week-ClassesI and II
12-07-2019

Healthy food makes healthy body. To help the children understand the concept of having good, clean and healthy food for a healthy life, Healthy Food Week was organised for classes I and II. At the onset the students were told about the healthy food and its constituents. They were told the benefits of having clean, fresh, properly cooked healthy food to keep a healthy body. The students were asked to bring food which was not only tasty but also seasonal and nutritious. All the students brought different food that week, with green vegetables, corn salad, vegetable pulao, vegetable sandwiches and green purees in their tiffins. Every day, after the lunch, the teacher with the help of students discussed the benefits of having healthy food and told them about how healthy food helps us not only physically but mentally and emotionally. They really enjoyed eating the same tiffin with their friends. It was a good combination of health and fun.

 




Physical Fitness Week- Classes I and II
12-07-2019

Being physically active is the key to being physically and mentally fit. It helps children to have a more balanced and physically fit personality. This training if started at young age, it can set up good habits for life. Today’s child needs this training as it is considered as mood booster and brings positive reactions in the body. Keeping such benefits and today’s need in mind Physical Fitness Week was observed in classes I and II.
They were involved in different activities like yoga, meditation, indoor and outdoor games, aerobics and dance workshop. The children enjoyed all the activities and they were also told the importance of these activities, so that they make it their habit. Being physically fit also improves academic performance of the children. It was a fun filled week. Relaxing exercises made them active and fresh after coming back from long summer break. Such activities are added to their routine from time to time to keep them physically, emotionally and mentally fit.


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SPS MUN 2019 REPORT
06-07-2019

The sixth edition of SPS Intra MUN conference was organized by Sachdeva Public School Pitampura with United Nations General Assembly (UNGA)as the committee. This year the students participating as delegates of various nations gathered to discuss the highly debated agenda China Pakistan economic corridor. Chaired by the executive Board, students represented nations such as USA ,India, Pakistan, People’s Republic of China, The Russian Federation etc. All the delegates showcased their abilities of teamwork and sense of diligence and responsibility.

The delegates presented their speeches with full enthusiasm and expressed their views on the agenda, participating with full vigor and energy in the debating session.

The hard work put in by the executive board, the Organizing Committee, the members of International Press and the Logistical staff bore fruits of success.

The delegates were awarded for their commendable efforts with prizes such as the Best Delegate, the High Commendations, the Special Mention and the Verbal Mentions by the Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi, who appreciated the efforts put in by all the participants.




International Yoga Day Celebrations
21-06-2019

The school celebrated the 5th International Yoga Day on 21st June, 2019 with students participating in the tandem performance of various Asanas and Mudras. The celebrations were organized in 2 sessions – one for the boys and the other for the girls. The students began with some warm up and stretching exercises followed by various asanas, pranayam Kapal Bharti, Anulom-Vilom, Brahmani pranayama) and Dhyan Mudra to relax the body as well as the mind.

The students learnt about the importance and benefits of practicing yoga on a daily basis for attaining a balanced state of mind and body.

The NCC girls also participated in the poster making and quiz competition along with a yoga dance.

The principal Ms. Mona Rastogi appreciated the students for their enthusiastic participation in the celebrations and for upholding our ancient traditions and practices.   


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World Health Day ( LKG and UKG)
14-05-2019

                 The World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated every year. World Health theme 2019 is "Health for all - Everyone, Everywhere".
                SPS nursery also celebrated the day with great enthusiasm. In the special assembly teachers emphasised on good eating habits that include a balanced diet, drinking water, fruits and glass of milk everyday. The also spoke about the importance of sports and exercise for good health.
                A Short story based on 'Health is Wealth' was narrated by the staff which was followed by fun games for the kids.
                 Children enjoyed the story and were thrilled to play the games. It  really motivated them to give up with the junk food habits in order to give a way to healthy living.




Mother's Day-classes I and II
10-05-2019

“A mother is a person who can take place of all others but whose place no one else can take”

Mother’s Day is a special day for all children and mothers as, it celebrates the bond of love and affection that is everlasting.

The students of classes I and II were given an opportunity to show their appreciation for their mothers on 10 May. The tiny tots were helped by the teacher to design beautiful decorative cards to show their love and respect for their mothers. They were really excited to hear about Mother’s Day and were eager to surprise their mothers, their best friend and their world by giving a card made by their own little hands whole heartedly. Students went home happy carrying special wishes in their hearts.


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Mother's Day ( LKG and UKG)
10-05-2019

                    Mothers have always played a special role in each of our lives. Their unconditional love, support and the feeling of a security blanket around us is unmatched.
                  The day that celebrate the essence of a mother was zealously celebrated in SPS nursery. Children expressed their love and affection for their mother by making beautiful stick card which they later gave to their mother.
                 Teachers made an earnest effort to instill the importance of mother in a child's life through effective, thematic dramatization of a story. 
                  Overall it was a fun filled day which inculcated values of deep respect and appreciation for our mother.




Lemonade Making Activity (LKG and UKG)
08-05-2019

             What can be a better idea to sip refreshing lemonade to beat the sizzling heat of summer.
             Lemonade Making activity was organised on 8th May 2019 in the school to teach children how to make a refreshing drink for themselves and their families which brought a vivid smile on their faces.
             Children were happy to clink their glasses of refreshing lemonade with their friends. They enjoyed every sip of tangy lemonade to quench their thirst.




Show and Tell Competition- classes I and II
07-05-2019

Speaking competitions in class help children to organize information and build their confidence. They learn and experience public speaking – a skill child use throughout his/her life. To provide an opportunity to our children to develop effective communication skills and to build their confidence, show and tell competition was organized in classes I and II. Such competitions are a unique platform for our little ones to develop and showcase their skills as communicators, whether it’s speaking or presenting with clarity and confidence.

The topic for the competition was – cleanliness. Children were asked to choose any one object that is used to keep their body clean and speak few lines on it. All the children were given a chance to take part in the competition. They described the object with lot of confidence, facial expression and voice modulation. They were enthusiastic and their confidence was worth praising. Sharing the information with peers was fun and a learning experience for everyone. This activity also helped children to learn to communicate their feelings, thought and emotions with words.

 


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Special Assembly – Earth Day (III-V)
23-04-2019

‘Celebrating Earth Day serves as a conscious reminder of how fragile our planet is and how important it is to protect it.’

A special assembly was organized for the students of classes III-V on the occasion of the Earth Day – the largest secular observance in the world. The students spoke about keeping the environment clean, safe and enjoyable for all its inhabitants. Through the English and Hindi thought, the students suggested many ways for protecting the mother Earth, making it green and clean and spreading the awareness of the need to nurture nature. The students took a pledge to keep their classrooms and surroundings clean, to conserve natural resources and prevent wastage. Amazing facts on the topic ‘Earth Day’ gave a global outlook about the observance of this day in different parts of the world. The Principal Mrs. Mona Rastogi urged the students to take care of the environment and do their bit in protecting it for future generations.

 




Earth Day- classes I and II
22-04-2019

Everything in the world around us is built upon Earth, grows on the Earth or depends on the environment of the Earth in same or the other way. As we know this is the only planet where survival is possible, so it becomes our duty to save our "Mother Earth". Earth day is more of a call for action than a celebration.

Keeping in view all this and educating our tiny tots about the importance of environmental friendly actions, Earth Day was celebrated in classes I and II on 22April. The children made posters depicting ways to save Earth, plant the trees, say no to plastic bags, keep the surrounding clean also. The little members of the society also promised to keep their Earth green and clean. Principal ma'am planted a sapling in the school garden along with the children and motivated them to grow plants. A special assembly was held. The little orators came up with thought of the day, poems on Earth day, lines about the importance of the day and a song to grow more plants and go green. Later a talk was conducted in the classes so that every child can come out with his environment friendly ideas of saving Earth and goes home with a message that 'Every day is a Earth Day' and purpose of celebrating this day is to keep our grass green and our skies blue with more trees and less pollution.

 


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Baisakhi Celebration (classes I and II)
12-04-2019

The session 2019-20 has begun in full swing. Celebrations and festivals have always been an indispensible part of pedagogy of classes I and II.

The festivity began with Baisakhi. It is an important harvest festival of Punjab that has religious values as well. It marks the harvest of Rabi crops. It also has significance for the Sikh population as on this day Guru Govind Singh revered tenth guru of Sikhs laid the foundation of Khalsa Panth in 1699.

To give an insight of this day, the students of classes I and II celebrated Baisakhi through a special assembly on 12 April. The school was immersed in the spirit of festivity as the little ones came dressed in Punjabi attire representing culture of Punjab.

The day started with prayer, thought of the day in English and Hindi, lines and poems on Baisakhi followed by mesmerizing Punjabi folk dance on the beat of dhol. The children were full of enthusiasm. The motive of the celebration was to apprise the students of their culture and heritage.


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Baisakhi (LKG and UKG)
12-04-2019

           In an effort to take the kids closer to their roots and realise the importance of festivals in their life, SPS nursery celebrated Baisakhi festival.
           Baisakhi is an important harvest festival of Punjab. The little ones came dressed in Punjabi ethnic attire and celebrated Baisakhi by singing, dancing on Bhangra beats and enjoying the best of festive food.
           Children were explained the significance of celebrating the day. The dance performances and melodious songs fabricated the Punjabi culture.




Handwriting Week (III-V)
01-04-2019

‘Well begun is half done’

To inculcate the habit of writing neatly and correctly among the students from the beginning and help them master the nuances of good handwriting, ‘Handwriting Week’ is being organized for the students of classes III to V from 1st to 8th April 2019. During the week the students will get an opportunity to write beautifully and achieve perfection. They will do the following work in different subjects giving them an opportunity not only to write neatly but also inculcate good values.

English – Tips for writing neatly

Hindiआदर्श विद्यार्थी

Maths – Number Names

EVS - Conserving Environment

The week will culminate with Calligraphy Competition, giving a platform to the students to write in legible, neat and beautiful handwriting and showcase their talent.




Sports Day- classes I and II
28-02-2019

 

Sports improve our competence

Bring into life top level brilliance

Sports bring out our mettle

Give strength to face life's battle

Sports help everyone to lead a healthy life and also teach us how to play honestly, win honorably, loose gracefully and respect authority. The running track is to body what library is to mind- a conducive environment that helps one grow, learn and become the best version of one-self. Continuing its legacy of inter disciplinary excellence and overall growth and development of its students, Sachdeva Public School organised its annual athletic meet 2019 for classes I and II on 28.2.19.

The event was presided over by Principal Ma'am. She was welcome by Incharge Mam, staff and students of classes I and II. Ma'am inaugurated the event by lighting the lamp. The torch was carried by athletes around the ground and handed over to Ma’am. This shining flame spreads light of sportsman spirit. Principal Ma’am declared the meet open after swearing in the oath.

Before the races the tiny tots of classes I and II presented colourful drill and physical exercises on foot tapping tunes of aerobics. The tracks were being arranged for different races like Hurdles, Quick Change, Go green, collecting the balls, Rush for the party etc.

During the races, the entire atmosphere reverberated with the echoes of applause of the enthusiastic audience. Next was the tune of congratulations. Principal Mam awarded the little athletes with gold, silver and bronze medals. It was the moment of pride and celebration for the winners. And also to give a pat on the back of those also had shown great sportsmanship and vigour.

The biggest reward for a thing well done is to have done it, and this is what matters most. Towards the end, Principal Mam released the balloons and appreciated all the tiny tots with her motivational words. She also announced the meet closed. It was a thrilling day and proof of the fact that sports are considered equally important with academics for all round development of the children in SPS.

 


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Group Dance Competition (III-V)
25-02-2019

The sun was warm and bright, the birds were chirping, the cold was beating a retreat – it was a beautiful spring morning and it was a day full of excitement for the students of classes III to V as they participated in the Group Dance Competition. The vibrant dresses, the rhythmic music, the gusty voices of the singers added spark to the participants who put up spectacular dance performances from the states of Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu. The audience was highly appreciative and greeted each performance with cheers and a loud applause. The Principal, Ms Mona Rastogi awarded the winners and complimented them on their hardwork and enthusiasm.

 


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Matribhasha Diwas - classes I and II
21-02-2019

It is said that Communication is the key to social cohesion and human interaction and spoken language is the mean to communicate with our fellow humans on varied subjects of social interaction. A mother starts talking to the child from its infancy and the child picks up the language from the mother and other adults of the family, which is called one’s mother tongue. Mother tongue helps the people to express themselves more clearly and in a better way. It gives them a sense of pride in themselves and their language. India is a home to thousands of languages and dialects but with the rapid development and migrations from the hometown to bigger cities we all are getting far away from our mother tongue. To make the students feel pride in their mother tongue and use it often to communicate with their friends and family ‘Matribhasha Diwas’ was celebrated in school on 21.02.2019. Hindi is our national language. On this occasion children of classes I and II showed their love and gratitude for Hindi language in the poetic way through Hindi Elocution Activity organized in the classes. All the students got the chance to participate. They were confident, expressive and full of enthusiasm.

 




Drawing Competition - Classes I and II
13-02-2019

Drawing Competition was organized in classes I and II. The children were enthusiastic to draw and colour on the given topics such as Fun in Winters and Fun at Beach. The students gave wings to their creativity and imagination. They drew snow capped mountains, children playing with snowballs, Christmas, Lohri celebrations with a huge bonfire, a vast coastline and a golden shore, children swimming and collecting seashells on the shore. The drawings made by them were appreciable.

 


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Cooking Without Fire (III-V)
11-02-2019

“Cooking for kids is not just about ingredients and recipes. It’s harnessing imagination, empowerment and creativity.”

The joy and excitement could clearly be sensed as the ‘Cooking Without Fire’ competition was organized for the students of classes III – V.

This competition was conducted with a view to create awareness about healthy eating and promote learning by doing.

The students participated with full zeal and enthusiasm. The young masterchefs of Sachdeva Public School prepared healthy dishes like salads, sandwiches and mocktails to display their culinary skills. They served the dishes in artistic and aesthetic style.

This competition not only provided a platform for the children to foster their creativity and decision-making skills but also helped them explore their hidden talents and discover new areas of interest.

The School Principal, Ms.  Mona Rastogi appreciated the children for their hard work and efforts and told them to value and thank their parents and all those people who ensure that they get wholesome nutritious food every day.


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Basant Panchami- classes I and II
08-02-2019

India is a land of festivals and most of the festivals take roots in the agricultural past of this great nation. Most of the festivals are associated with the change of seasons, nature, sowing and harvesting of the crops. Basant Panchami is one such festival associated with the changing season (end of winter season and onset of spring season ), crop harvesting and education in North India.It is also celebrated to worship Goddess Saraswati- the Goddess of knowledge and wisdom. This day was celebrated in classes I and II with great fervor and enthusiasm.

India being an agricultural country, celebrates the agricultural fields filled with blooming yellow flowers of mustard crop, which in India is a symbol of warmth, affection and spiritual knowledge and so is believed to be Goddess Saraswati's favourite colour. The children were in their yellow dress and had brought yellow food in their tiffin boxes. A special assembly was also held. The prayer started with Saraswati Vandana to attain blessings from the Goddess to reach the epitome of knowledge. After regular news and thought children also spoke lines and poems related to the festival. Yellow flowers were offered to Maa Saraswati. The children enjoyed the day celebrating the festival of flowers. Such festivals make the students aware about the vivid, dazzling, pulsating culture of this multicoloured country which at times can be seen at its vibrant best.


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Basant Panchmi - Special Assembly (III-V)
08-02-2019

‘Spring adds new life and beauty all around’.

 Basant Panchmi, marks the arrival of spring season and is celebrated across the country with great zeal and enthusiasm. Goddess Saraswati - the deity of knowledge, music and art is worshipped on this day. To mark this occasion a special assembly was organized by classes III-V. Our revered Principal ma’am paid floral tribute to Goddess Saraswati. She told the students that the true homage to the Goddess is to do best in studies and participate in co-curricular activities wholeheartedly. A beautiful thought was presented on the significance of Basant Panchmi. The celebration concluded with a melodious song on Basant Panchmi by the school choir.

 


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Basant Panchami (LKG and UKG)
08-02-2019

The holy festival of Basant Panchami marks the advent of the spring season and to worship Goddess Saraswati. The nursery department assembled together to pray and attain blessings of Goddess Saraswati. The celebration commenced with the Saraswati vandana and the children offered floral prayers.
                  Teachers were dressed in diverse shades of yellow magnifying the splendor of nature. Children brought yellow coloured food in their tiffins.
                   To mark the onset of the spring season, children made floral head band and wore them happily back to their home. The joy of celebrating the festival was amply visible on the faces of the children.




Republic Day - classes I and II
25-01-2019

Republic Day – one of the main national festivals of India is celebrated throughout the country with great zeal and zest. Same was celebrated in classes I and II on 25/1/19. Rather it was observed as Republic Day Week.

Day 1 – students coloured their tri colour flag. It gave them a feeling of oneness and being connected to the country.

Day 2- Teachers discussed what is Republic Day, why is it celebrated and how is it celebrated? Tiny tots were motivated to watch Republic Day parade on TV.

Day 3- They were asked to bring tri colour food in their tiffins. They really enjoyed eating it.

Day 4- The children sang Vande Mataram in the class. It dwelled patriotism in the little hearts.

Day 5 was the day of the Main show. The tiny tots performed on the theme ‘The National Festivals of India’. The national flag was unfurled by the Chairman Sir and he spoke motivational words while addressing the students and staff of SPS. All the children were dressed up in colourful costumes and danced with full enthusiasm.

Their enthusiasm was the proof that these students will become the true dedicated citizens of India in future. Such celebrations teach the spirit of patriotism to the little ones.




Republic Day and the Annual Prize Distribution Function
25-01-2019

The school celebrated the Republic Day and the Annual Prize Distribution Function with great fervour. The programme commenced with the Chairman’s speech which motivated the students to work hard and contribute towards nation building.  Then, the dynamic students paced up and down on the tunes of the band followed by a colourful and vibrant drill.  The tiny tots of the school presented a programme highlighting the importance of national festivals.  The senior students showcased their talent in a ballet which restated the significance of the five elements of nature – the Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Sky – thereby giving a message of unanimity. The Principal congratulated one and all for the success of the event.




Republic day (LKG and UKG)
24-01-2019

Republic day was celebrated in the nursery wing on 24th January 2019 with great reverence.The day began with flag hoisting and was followed by the National Anthem sung by the tiny tots of SPS. The school echoed with patriotic fervour as the students danced, sang songs and even wore tri- coloured dresses to mark the occasion. Principal ma'am appreciated the performance of the Students and highlighted the significance of the day. She made the children aware that the future of the country lies in their hands. Hence they should study well, inculcate good values and become good citizens of the country.




Lohri celebration - classes I and II
11-01-2019

Lohri, the harvest festival of North India is celebrated with full enthusiasm and dance, bhangra around the bonfire. To make the children acquainted with such harvest festivals of India, there was a celebration in classes I and II. A special assembly was held. The children came dressed up as Punjabi boys and girls in the vibrant colours of Punjab. After prayers, they spoke lines about Lohri in Hindi and English apart from daily news and thought of the day. They sang the popular Lohri song Sundar Mundriye ho……

The little ones had a gala time dancing on the tunes of foot tapping Punjabi songs along with their teachers. After dance they enjoyed popcorn and peanuts they had brought. It was fun filled Lohri.

 


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Lohri Celebration ( LKG and UKG)
11-01-2019

SPS nursery wing celebrated Lohri with great zeal on 11 th January 2019. The tiny tots stole hearts with their impressive traditional dresses. A bonfire was set up in the school and the kids gathered around it to celebrate the auspicious day. Teachers explained the significance of Lohri. The kids sang Lohri songs and danced on the beats of Bhangra . It was the best way to expose the tiny tots to our Indian culture.




Vishv Hindi Diwas- classes I and II
10-01-2019

Vishv Hindi Diwas was celebrated in our school on 10/01/19. To promote our Hindi Language and instill pride in using it, classes I and II celebrated Hindi week.

 The week started with the teachers telling the students about the importance of Hindi in our life by showing various Hindi videos.

The students made posters depicting the importance and use of Hindi language. The creations of the tiny tots were also displayed on the display boards.

A Hindi Calligraphy Competition was also held for the students where they participated enthusiastically. A special assembly was planned for this day which started with news in Hindi. It also gave an opportunity to the kids to recite Hindi poems and present Hindi thoughts.

During this week, the teachers told Hindi stories from Panchtantra to the students. Learning Hindi language was an interesting experience through various activities.      

 

 

 


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Christmas Celebration- classes I and II
24-12-2018

India is a land of festivals and we believe in celebrating all the festivals with equal fervour. Like all other festivals Christmas was also celebrated with full zest and zeal by the students. The school building was decorated with red and white balloons, bells and X-Mas tree giving it a festive look.

Card making and bell decoration competitions were also organized for the students on this occasion, where the students showed their creativity and designed the most exquisite cards and bells. A small chapel was set up in the school where children lighted candles and offered prayers. The little Lord Jesus in the Lap of mother Mary was depicted through a scene enailed by the tiny tots.

Principal Ma’am decorated the Christmas tree and cut the cake along with the children. The students danced on the tunes of “Jingle bells…” and Christmas carols could be heard everywhere. Students came in party dress and enjoyed their favourite food and had a fun-filled day.




Christmas celebration ( LKG and UKG)
24-12-2018

" Jingle bells jingle bells", It's time to celebrate Christmas
              SPS, nursery wing celebrated Christmas with great fervour and enthusiasm. The school wore a festive look with colourful wreaths, balloons and beautifully decorated Christmas trees. The Christmas song and the rhythmic dances enthralled everyone. The Santa made a grand entry and gave adorable poses to click. The boundless joy of celebrating the festival was amply visible on the faces of the children especially when Santa moved around distributing sweets to them. The principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi appreciated the wonderful performances put up by the children and efforts of the teachers.




Mathematics day (LKG and UKG)
20-12-2018

                      The Mathematics day was celebrated on 20.12.18 at SPS with fun filled activities. The teacher took an opportunity to make the children appreciate shapes, lines and numbers around them. They actively participated in fun games. They received numbers, masse number train, counted beads, added and numbers with attractive flash cards.
                      Overall the day was thoroughly enjoyed by the kids as it was packed with knowledge and fun.




Students’ Meet
11-12-2018

The school organized a “Students’ Meet” in association with Centre for Career Development on ‘Charting your career in XII and Target Boards 2019’ on 11 Dec 2018. The session was attended by the students and teachers of other schools across Delhi as well. To mark the beginning of the workshop, our revered Principal ma’am, Mrs Mona Rastogi welcomed the esteemed guests, Mr Jitin Chawla, an eminent career counsellor and Dr Aruna Broota, acclaimed mental health expert and distinguished Clinical Psychologist.
The students were orchestrated by Mr Jitin Chawla on varied courses and career options in India and abroad. He briefed the students about the criterion required for admission in various foreign and Indian universities. Dr Aruna Broota took charge of directing the students with ways to prepare well for Board Exams. She guided them about special study techniques, “Keeping the Spine vertical”, “Kinesthetic reading” etc to learn well and retain better. The session concluded with an interactive session of the students with the resource persons.




Winter Food Carnival- I and II
07-12-2018

India has a variety of seasons. Every Indian is proud to experience different seasons every year. Winter season is here again. Winter Food Carnival was arranged for classes I and II to relish the delicacies of winter season. The children enjoyed sumptuous Gajar halwa, peanuts, dry fruits, peas pulao, green veggies and hot puries with their friends during lunch break. They were also told about the dresses we wear, food we eat and the festivals we enjoy in winter season. Such activities enable the kids to know specialties of the particular season and explore by themselves. They feel excited to eat, experience special tastes and learn to eat right in nutritious way.


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Physical Fitness Week - I and II
30-11-2018

 

A healthy body has a healthy mind. The week from 26th Nov to 30th November was completely dedicated towards the mental and physical well being of the children. Classes I and II observed the health week in which children enjoyed doing aerobics, yoga, meditation, outdoor fun and jogging. They were told about the importance of each activity. Such exercises are fun for children and make them active, and once these exercises become their habit, they are helpful in the overall development of the children.

 

 


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Gurupurab Celebration - I and II
22-11-2018

Guru Purab also known as Prakash Utsav, the birthday of the 1st Sikh guru ‘Guru Nanak Dev Ji’ was celebrated on 22nd November 2018, with great enthusiasm and devotion. Children of classes I and II started the day with ‘Nagar Kirtan’ lead by cute little ‘Panj Pyare’. A small gurudwara was set up in the school premises where Shabad and kirtan were held. The children enjoyed the festival with folded hands and their heads covered. Halwa was distributed as prasad amongst kids and teachers. Celebration of such festivals add to their religious values.


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HEALTH MELA AT SPS
15-11-2018

The school organized Health Mela for class XI under HPE3 Sewa Strand ‘Health and Nutrition’ on 15 Nov 2018. The chief purpose behind the event was to spread health awareness among students. This event coincided with ‘Amateur Entrepreneurship Week’ in which a gamut of activities such as making and exhibiting charts on health and nutrition, video lectures and discussions were organized. The Health Mela constituted of a total of 12 teams with 4/5 participants each who made lip smacking, indulgently delicious, healthy and low-calorie dishes and displayed them on stalls with utmost éclat. The food items on each stall were judged based on their nutritional value, presentation and taste. The Health Mela was a plethora of spices, nutritive and wholesome ingredients, flavours, savoury and taste. The end of which was marked by the motivating and enlightening words of the Principal, Mrs Mona Rastogi. 




Children's day -classes I and II
14-11-2018

Children are the future of every nation and India celebrates children’s day on 14th November. This special day was celebrated in classes I and II by remembering the first Prime Minister of Free India Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru. We call him Chacha Nehru with love.

The teachers performed to make children feel special. One teacher came dressed up as Chacha Nehru with his favourite flower Rose on his favourite Nehru coat. The teachers danced on foot tapping songs for the children. The kids really enjoyed watching their teachers in totally different form. The students also remembered Chacha Nehru by learning about his contributions towards welfare of children and our Country. The tiny tots were really excited.


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Children's Day (LKG and UKG)
14-11-2018

Children's Day is celebrated to pay tribute to the great personality, Chacha Nehru. This day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervour at SPS nursery department. The teachers enacted a story for the students in order to express their love and care for them. They sang and danced to make the day memorable. The students were overwhelmed and cheered for them. There was a giggle in the face of every child. To highlight the importance of this day Mrs.Neeta Kumar, incharge of nursery department gave the message of peace and harmony and urged the children to follow the ideals of Pandit Nehru. Later the children pasted red paper rose & leaves on ice- cream stick. There was excitement in the air and the children were full of stories about their special day at school.




National Education Day
12-11-2018

National Education Day is an annual observance in India to commemorate the birth anniversary of Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad, the first Education Minister of Independent India who served from 15 August 1947 till 2 February 1958. It is celebrated on 11 November every year. This year too, it was celebrated by all educational institutions at all levels across the country by the way of organizing different competitions. To highlight the importance of literacy and to remember Maulana Azad’s contribution in laying the foundation of the education system in independent India, the school organized ‘Slogan Writing Competitions’ for classes VI and VII and an Essay Writing Competitions for Class VIII. The students exhibited their talent by writing and illustrating slogans related to the promotion of culture and literature through education. They also wrote essays to promote Maulana’s belief that education is one and all.




Diwali (LKG and UKG)
05-11-2018

The much awaited and loved festival of lights, Diwali was celebrated with traditional fervour at SPS on 5th november. The school wore a festive book and added charm to the atmosphere. The kids enthusiastically danced on chirpy and rhythmic numbers.
The celebration concluded with our Principal mam appreciating their performance and reminding each one how it is important to celebrate Diwali in a clean and healthy way.  




Bandhanwar making competition and Diwali Mela - classes I and II
05-11-2018

We all look forward to the festival of Diwali every year with lots of excitement. The celebration of festival of lights came alive at classes I and II. The school wore a festive look with rangoli and diyas. The student came in party dress and it was mini Diwali Mela. The tiny tots of I and II had put up game stalls with full fervour and enthusiasm. Principal Mam lit the lamp and inaugurated this mini Diwali Mela. The little ones explained games to mam and she also enjoyed playing with them. There were the games like- toss the coin, guess the brands etc. All the students played all the games and it was a fun filled day.

To add to the festivity classes I and II also had Bandhanwar making and card making competition. The children used their creative and innovative ideas to make their card or bandhanwar the best. Such celebration in school brings children more closer to their cultural heritage religious values. The tiny tots also promised to celebrate pollution free Diwali and said no to crackers.


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Diwali card making competition (LKG and UKG)
30-10-2018

As Diwali is around the corner, Diwali card making competition was organised for the nursery students on 30th october 2018. The children were excited as they were making cards for their near and dear ones. They used glitter diyas, stars and other beautiful things to decorate it. A blend of remarkable creativity and imagination was displayed by the children. All the students took part keenly and made beautiful cards by dint of their creativity.




World Food Day (LKG and UKG)
16-10-2018

Uniting against hunger, eating healthy food and minimizing food waste, is the theme forthis years World Food Day. 
We at nursery collectively took a conscious step towards this positive social cause.
Display boards, placards and information cornors educated the kids on how they can lead a healthy life. Children were asked to bringhome made healthy food whichincluded green vegetables, fruits and salad etc.
Relishing and sharing the food, reciting and singing rhymes ensured their happiness.
With added knowledge about healthy food, minimizing food waste, basic table manners and ethics the tinytots returned home excited to brief their parents about the wonderfulexperience they had. 




Dussehra - classes I and II
16-10-2018

India is known as a land of festivals & celebration and Dussehra is one of the popular festival which has been unique in its perception and significance. The festival of victory of good over evil was celebrated in classes I and II with a lot of religious zeal and fervour. The glimpses of Lord Rama's life were depicted through different scenes. The little confident performers were adorned in attractive outfits of Lord Rama, Sitas, Dronacharya, Ravana, Hanuman etc. Ram Darbar was decorated beautifully and the children also danced on the tunes of bhajan- "Ram Ji Ki nikli sawari.........". The programme ended with Principal Mam's address reinforcing the message of the festival that “the virtue always triumphs over vice.”

 


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Dussehra (LKG and UKG)
16-10-2018

                 Dussehra festival signifies victory of goodness over evil, light over darkness and happiness over gloom. Keeping the festival spirit alive Dussehra was celebrated on 16th October 2018 in the nursery department with a lot of religious zeal and fervour.
               The celebration started with the narration of legendary story of Lord Rama's victory over Ravana and to reinforce the message that good always triumphs over evil.
              Children assembled in the school garden and the effigy of Ravana was burnt. The children were awed by this and cheered in excitement. The day was filled with great joy and enthusiasm.




Taste With Health Week- classes I and II
12-10-2018

In today’s world of junk food, it’s important to make children aware of healthy treats. Taste and health always go side by side. Classes I and II followed a healthy menu from 8th October to 12th October. The students were told how to keep themselves healthy. The importance of balanced diet was also explained to them. They were happy to bring tasty lunch, also keeping health in mind they brought parantha and green vegetable, vegetable cutlet, vegetable pulao etc. They relished the lunch together and learnt about some health tips. It was a treat to their eyes to see the same thing in their friend’s tiffin. They enjoyed the “Taste with Health week”.


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World Post Day (LKG and UKG)
10-10-2018

                Celebration of Postal Day is a salute to the people engaged in postal services. Teachers briefed the students about the services provided by the postal departman and also told about the procedure of sending letters.
                Our tiny tots pasted diya on the post card for their parents. The post -cards were later posted on their respective address.
                Our postman and postal workers are the backbone of our economy. We proudly dedicate the World Post Day to our unsung heros.




Gandhi Jayanti Celebrations (III-V)
03-10-2018

Live as if you were to die tomorrow,
Learn as if you were to live forever.

- Mahatma Gandhi 

The Primary Wing of Sachdeva Public School organized a special assembly to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of the father of the nation – Mahatma Gandhi. The performance began with a floral tribute to Gandhiji by the Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi. It was followed by a small enactment on Dandi March by the students. They also sang Gandhiji’s favourite devotional song ‘Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram’ which brought alive values preached by Gandhiji. The Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi administered the oath on non-violence to the students to imbibe Gandhiji’s ideals of truth, non-violence and cleanliness which was a real tribute to Gandhiji.

 


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Gandhi Jayanti Celebration- Classes I and II
01-10-2018

The birthday of the Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi is celebrated with much enthusiasm in our country and so in our school. Such occasion are a great opportunities to acquaint our kids with the story of our country and the independence movement which was led by national heroes like Gandhi ji.

The Celebration began with Hindi Recitation Competition in classes I and II on 28.9.18 and the topic was ‘देशभक्ति’. It was wonderful watching tiny tots reciting poems about their Country with full zest and zeal.

Such competition boosts the confidence of the kids and inculcates patriotism in them. The celebration continued on 1st October with special morning assembly. The tiny tots of I and II presented lines on Gandhi ji, poems on his life and sang his favourite bhajan “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram…..” with full dedication. The teachers also talked about Raj Ghat and Gandhi ji’s favourite things- his dhoti, charkha, spectacles and stick. The national festival was celebrated with full patriotic fervor by the little ones of I and II.


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Monsoon Party ( LKG and UKG)
30-09-2018

As the monsoon has set in it is the time to rejoice. Sky overcasted with black Clouds, cool breeze, swaying trees and pouring sound of rain bring immense joy and smile on the faces of little ones. To add more fun and flavour to it. Children of nursery department enjoyed a 'Monsoon Party' with a feast of pakoras, corn chat 🌽 and halwa brought by them. They were thrilled to share their eatables with their friends.
                  The purpose of the party was to introduce the tiny tots to the does and don'ts of the monsoon season.




Painting Competition - Paryatan Parv (III-V)
28-09-2018

‘The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.’

A painting competition was organized in the school as a part of ‘Paryatan Parv’ to propagate the message of ‘Dekho Apna Desh’ with the objective to encourage Indians to visit various tourist destinations in the country. The budding artists of SPS presented their innovative ideas through myriad colours in the form of beautiful paintings. The students’ creativity reflected in their work. The best entries were awarded certificate of excellence as encouragement and appreciation of the good work.The school Principal, Ms Mona Rastogi applauded the efforts of the students and motivated them to explore their beautiful country and gain insight into the diversity of our motherland.


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World Peace Day (LKG and UKG)
27-09-2018

The World Peace Day was celebrated in SPS to strengthen the ideals of peace with zeal. There were fun filled activities for children . A peace song was played. The children were motivated to shake handsand dance to the beats, hug each other and have fun together . The little ones were taught not to fight and live in harmony with each other. 




Hindi Diwas ( LKG and UKG)
27-09-2018

Hindi Diwas is the day to rejoice our national language and our cultural roots. The day was celebrated in nursery with a view to make the children aware of the national language.
                Ms. Neeta Kumar, Nursery In charge speaking on the occasion tried to spread the message 'Hindi hamaari shaan hai, desh ka abhimaan hai'. She emphasized that we should be proud of our national language and speak in public domain without any hesitation.
               The children were given an opportunity to narrate stories, recite rhymes and were encouraged to converse in their mother tongue, Hindi.
               Later children danced to the rhythm of 'Lakadi kind kaati' which was indeed a delight to the eyes.
                Over all it was a fun filled day which inculcated values of deep respect and appreciation for our national language, Hindi.





Cleanliness Week Class Presentation (V)
20-09-2018

Look Around, Walk Around,

Breathe Clean Air and

Don’t Litter the Ground

With the ongoing Cleanliness Week Celebrations, our young minds were sensitized about protection and cleanliness of our Mother Earth through a Class Presentation. The participants reiterated the need toplant trees to conserve and protect the environment. Their beautiful costumes, confidence and clarity in dialogue delivery had a great impact and enthralled one and all present. The suggestions given on keeping our homes, school and neighborhood clean were practical and will go a long way in making our advocators of cleanliness spread the message far and wide. The Presentation concluded with the foot tapping ‘Clean Up’ song which stole the hearts of everyone present.

The Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi appreciated the efforts of the students and teachers and stressed upon the need to keep our environment clean and green.

 


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Music Competition (III-V)
19-09-2018

Music gives a soul to the Universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.

A musical extravaganza was organised by the Primary Wing during the ‘Cleanliness Week to emphasise the importance of cleanliness. The budding singers showcased their singing talent and sang melodious songs on hygiene and cleanliness. The school grounds reverberated with the strains of the music and entralled the spectators and judges. The Principal Ms. Mona Rastogi appreciated the performance of the students.


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English Poetry Recitation Competition (III-V)
17-09-2018

‘Poetry is rhythmical creation of beauty in words and is the medium of one’s expression.’

To instil a valuable habit of being clean in children and ensuring cleanliness around them, classes III-V observed ‘Cleanliness Week’ from 17 to 20 September, 2018. An Inter house English Poetry Recitation Competition marked the beginning of the ‘Cleanliness Week’. The competition began with lighting of the lamp by the Principal, Ms Mona Rastogi. Four participants from each house recited the inspiring poems giving a valuable message of keeping the earth clean and green. Various ways of maintaining personal hygiene and keeping the surroundings clean were conveyed through the poems. The audience savoured every moment of the competition. The judges had a tough time deciding the winners. The Principal, Ms Mona Rastogi, motivated the students to make cleanliness a way of life. She also inspired the students to have clean and pure mind and soul. The event ended with the prize distribution ceremony.


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World literacy Day
14-09-2018

Literacy day was celebrated in the nursery department on 14.9.18 to spread the significance of Education. The day started with a morning assembly in which students were enlightened with the importance of books and knowledge. The teacher read a story and allthe children participated with zeal and enthusiasm. She also encouraged them to read at home too. The school also took initiative by distributing books to the needy so that they can develop reading and writing skills. This made the day more special and memorable.  




Cleanliness and Fitness Week - I and II
14-09-2018

Cleanliness drive was organised in classes I and II from 1 to 15 September 2018 under Swachh Bharat Swasth Bharat Abhiyaan. The main purpose of this programme was to create awareness among the students regarding cleanliness and its benefits.

The whole drive was quite inspiring and motivating for the staff and the students. They all participated enthusiastically. This was an extension of Swachh Bharat Swachh Vidyalaya movement as initiated by Government of India in schools.

The tiny tots of I and II actively began the drive with the pledge to remain committed towards cleanliness.

The First day, the teachers made them repeat the pledge to keep their surroundings and areas clean and also to initiate the quest for cleanliness with their family, their school and their neighbours.

Next day a special assembly was organised in which the students spoke on the cleanliness. Speeches, poems and rhymes were presented. The back drop of the stage depicted- Cleanliness and Fitness Week.

During the Pakhwada – an activity Show and Tell was also organised in which the students chose any one object related to cleanliness. They made attractive props and spoke laudable lines in relation to that object. This activity also aimed to inculcate good habits in students.

Healthy Discussion on cleanliness was taken up in the classrooms where children were told the importance of keeping their surroundings clean.

The drive also included an awareness rally where the students made beautiful posters on cleanliness and went from class to class in their building along with the teacher to make their friends also aware about the slogans.

Swachh Bharat, Swasth Bharat

Clean India, Healthy India

School imparts good habits to children so one special day Hand Wash activity was conducted to inculcate this good habit in tiny tots. The knowledge about importance of washing hands with soap was also imparted by the teachers.

To end Pakhwara physical exercise aerobics were organized which is also very important to stay fit. Kids need to learn the importance of exercises from a tender age so that they are never reluctant to include fitness routine as a part of their life. Aerobics are said to be the best exercise for children to keep them strong and build their stamina and energy and boost their health. So the little ones enjoyed aerobics along with the teachers on the foot tapping music.

Overall this cleanliness drive brought awareness among the tiny tots as they are the best messengers to the society. When they propagate some important message to their family members, elders really pay ear to them and try to follow. All the students and teachers were actively involved and proud to be the part of Swachh Baharat Swachh Vidalya(SBSV). They all are committed to keep their surroundings clean.

 

 

 


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Janamashtami celebration ( LKG and UKG)
12-09-2018

            " Tiny tots lent Janamashtami a special touch"
Janamashtami was celebrated with great pomp and festivity by the tiny tots of Nursery section on 12th september 2018. A beautiful backdrop was made and a cradle decked up with flowers and Bal Gopala was the centre of attraction.
        At the entrance, leelas of Lord Krishna were enacted by the kids and with their laudable performance they mesmerized everyone. The children danced to the beats of devotional songs of Krishna which filled the air with joy and festive spirit.
        A ' matki phod' event was also organised reflecting the mischievous nature of 'Bal Gopala'.




Teachers'day (LKG and UKG)
05-09-2018

Teachers'day is a special occasion celebrated to honour and appreciate the teachers. It's the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Children of nursery department appreciated the hardwork of teachers by making beautiful frames, placards, flower pots for their teachers. 
                 Children enjoyed participating in these activities and were enlightened.




Teachers' Day - I and II
05-09-2018

Teachers’ Day is celebrated on 5th September every year to honour Dr. S. Radha Krishnan. The students of classes I and II also celebrated this special day on 5 Sept to show their love and respect for their teachers through a special Assembly. Principal Mam attended the prayer. The students presented thought of the day in English as well as in Hindi, SPS news and poems on teacher’s day. The show began with a shlok on teachers- ‘Guru Bramha, Guru Vishnu ‘where children portrayed as Bramha, Vishnu and Mahesh – the real gurus – compared to real teachers followed by a dance on the tunes of the foot tapping song- ‘Umeed wali dhoop, Sunshine wali Asha’ to show happiness children feel in their lives. They also gave the message- I Love my teachers and loud thrilling voice of tiny tots saying– Happy Teacher’s Day was soothing to the ears. Principal Mam encouraged the students by appreciating their performance. The assembly ended with the natiAonal anthem. All the teachers and students were full of zeal on this special day.


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Teacher’s Day Celebration
05-09-2018

The school celebrated Teacher’s Day with full fervor. The programme commenced with a sincere tribute to Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishanan, an imminent educationist of his times, whose birth anniversary is celebrated as Teacher’s Day. Following it was an aesthetically pleasing Guru Vandana invoking the blessings of the Divine Guru Aspect. The students presented a euphonious ‘Assamese Folk Song’ whose melody enchanted the hearts of the teachers. A heart- touching song presentation on the theme, ‘Inclusion –all humanity is one’ left the listeners spellbound. Fun filled games were arranged for teachers that enthralled one and all with excitement. The programme came to a close with inspiring words by our revered Principal Ma’am.




Flute decoration competition
31-08-2018

Janamashtami is celebrated with great zeal and fervour as it is the birthday of Lord Krishna and Lord Krishna is incomplete without his flute.
                  So, on the eve of Janamashtami ' Flute decoration' competition was organised on 31st August 2018. 
                  Covering the flute with a shiny tape , pasting stones and sticking the hanging pearls on the flute gave an opportunity to the children to explore, build on and record their own creative and imaginative ideas. 
                  The outcome was most satisfactory when the Children were able to decorate and make the flute look amazing and beautiful. They were excited and showing off their flute to their friends.
                   It gave them a sense of accomplishment and pride. It was fun to see them expressing their creativity and feeling




Janmashtami Celebration - I and II
31-08-2018

Janmashtami marks the birth of Lord Krishna. It was celebrated in classes I and II with great zeal and pomp. The children came dressed in traditional attire of little Krishna, Radha, Nand Baba, Devki, Yashoda and some more characters of Krishna’s life. A little Kanha ‘Ladoo Gopal’ was placed in a decorated cradle. A special touch was lent by the tiny tots and teachers by singing famous bhajans of Krishna. The children lighted up the day with their laudable lines spoken about their character. To complete the day the children enjoyed sweets they brought in lunch after the celebration.




Itihaas Anveshan 2018 (III-V)
31-08-2018

 

The students of classes IV and V participated in the Annual Inter-School Music Competition Anveshan 2018 and won the ‘Song of the Year’ award at the National level in the category ‘Cheshta’.

Itihaas Anveshan is an endeavour to bring together the many hues of children’s talent and celebrate the efforts that go into research, writing, music composition and performance.

An eminent jury adjudged the song written by the children on ‘Inclusion’ that envisages more tolerant, happy and empowered children. The children learnt to accept and appreciate the differences that make each one of us so unique.

 

The judgement was done on the basis of research and innovation, lyrics, tune, and versatility of the instruments used. The Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi, lauded the efforts of the students and congratulated the students and the teachers on their achievement.

 




INVESTITURE CEREMONY
30-08-2018

The new students’ council (2018-19) for the school was appointed in a radiant investiture ceremony.  The event initiated by invoking the blessings of Lord Ganesha through the sacred Ganesh Vandana.  Thereafter, a magnificent oath ceremony took place.

The council comprises of Head Boys and Head Girls for Junior, Middle and Senior School, Sports Captains and Sports Vice Captains, Captains and Vice Captains of four houses and Prefects from the Middle School.  

The new students’ council solemnly promised to execute all the responsibilities and duties with loyalty and integrity.

They vowed to uphold the sceptre of morality and ethics of the school and work towards the attainment of its goals.  The Principal, Mrs. Mona Rastogi, congratulated the members of the students’ council and motivated them to work with supreme adherence and rectitude.  The ceremony concluded with the rendition of the national anthem.

 

 




Independence Day - I and II
28-08-2018

Independence Day is one of the major national festivals of India. Celebration of such festivals brings patriotism amongst the students. This joyous occasion was celebrated in classes I and II with much fervor and fanfare. The celebration commenced with unfurling of Tri colour by the Principal Ma’am followed by national anthem with full patriotic zeal.  The main show was in form of musical dance drama depicting the story of Independence from the day of entry of Britishers till the happy day of Independence. This also laid emphasis on the importance of our real heroes – the freedom fighters without whose contribution we couldn’t have attained this freedom. The students enthusiastically took part in the dance and also portrayed characters of famous freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi, Subhash Chander Bose and Bhagat Singh etc.  On the same day SPS also celebrated Founder’s Day of the school. The tiny tots danced on the tunes of happy birthday . Principal Ma’am also encouraged the students and appreciated their performance in her speech. The students were encouraged to work hard and become responsible citizens of India.

 


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Rakhi Celebration (LKG and UKG)
24-08-2018

Rakhi, an everlasting bond of love between brother and sister woven into a thread. Children of the Nursery wing celebrated Rakhi on 24th August 2018 with great mirth and glee. Girls made beautifully emblished rakhis and tied on boys' wrist with their little hands hoping that they will be loved cared and respected. They also exchanged gifts as a token of love.




Rakhi and Thali Decoration Competition-Classes I and II
24-08-2018

Rakhsha Bandhan – the festival of love between brothers and sisters was celebrated in classes I and II on 24.8.18. Class I had Rakhi Making and Class II had Thali Decoration Competition. The children learnt about the festival and were very excited. They used their creative ideas to make beautiful rakhis and decorate thalis in a style. The students went home in full zeal with their beautiful rakhis and thalis to celebrate the festival.


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Rakshabandhan Craft Competition (III-V)
21-08-2018

‘Raksha Bandhan –A bond of love, a bond of togetherness, a thread that binds the lives and hearts of brothers and sisters.’

On the occasion of the festival of Rakshabandhan, a Rakhi Craft Competition was held for the students of classes III-V on 21st August 2018. The young hands of our budding artists fiddled with variety of decorative materials to deliver amazing masterpieces like stylish colourful rakhis, lumbas, envelopes, gift hampers,thalis  and baskets. They enthusiastically participated in the competition and were a treat to watch. Their entries were judged on the basis of creativity and efforts put in.They were appreciated by one and all.The activity evoked a festive fervour in the hearts of the students and helped them strengthen the eternal bond of love between brothers and sisters.

 

 




Founder's Day
14-08-2018

The school celebrated Founder’s Day with great pomp and show. The chairman of the school, Shri S.K Sachdeva delivered an enlightening speech which boosted the spirits of the students. He urged them to work towards nation building. The students presented a mesmerizing program which glorified the symbol of our national ardour, the Tricolour flag. It primarily focussed on the symbolism of the three colours namely saffron, white and green in the flag. The program reiterated that we are the emancipated individuals of an independent nation. The dazzling performance by the students left everyone spellbound. The Principal, Mrs. Mona Rastogi, congratulated one and all for the success of the event.




Independence day and Founder's day(LKG and UKG)
13-08-2018

The Independence Day and founder's day was celebrated on 13th August 2018 with a lot of fervour and zest. It started with the National Anthem sang by the tiny tots of nursery. It was then followed by the inspiring performance which included dances on mesmerizing patriotic numbers and birthday song for the Founder's day.
              It was a proud moment to watch the students dance and spread the essence of tricolour wrapped in emotions and pride for our motherhood and its soldiers.
             Principal mam acknowledged and congratulated the hard work put in by the children and the teachers. The function was well co-ordinated and executed.




2018 Junior NBA World BasketBall Championships
07-08-2018

Arpit Singla of XE and Laivish Vats of XF won the RF Jr. NBA National Championship and have qualified for the 2018 Junior NBA World BasketBall Championships. Both the boys are representing the nation as well as the school in the championship being held from 7th August 2018 to 12th August 2018 in Orlando, Florida, USA. They will be competing against Jr. NBA teams from Asia, Europe, Mexico, Brazil, Africa and USA. The school is proud of their achievement and congratulates them.   




Fruit Week (III-V)
06-08-2018

Fruits and vegetables taste great and are jam-packed with vitamins, minerals and dietary fibre. To stay fit and healthy, we need to eat a balanced diet which includes fruits and vegetables.

According to statistics, children eat less fruit than the recommended daily amount. And the best way to coax a child to eat fruit is by eating together.

The Primary Wing of the school is organizing a ‘Fruit Week’ from 6 August to 10 August during which the children will enjoy eating fruit together after the morning prayer.

Parents may pack a healthy mix of fresh and dried fruits and ensure a variety of colours through the week.

It’s time to jazz-up the diet with important nutrients that’ll take our children on the way to a healthier and rocking life.


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Cultural Odyssey- The Annual Exhibition for classes VI to VIII
28-07-2018

The school organised Cultural Odyssey- The Annual Exhibition for classes VI to VIII in July 2018. The event was inaugurated by the Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi. The theme of the exhibition this year was ‘Multifaceted India’ and the students covered a wide range of topics highlighting the achievements and specialties of our great nation right from the world famous writers to speciality cuisines. The students also made musical presentation “Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat” featuring folk songs from various states across the nation such as Sikkim, Assam, Maharashtra etc. The presentation and the displays were much appreciated by parents and visitors alike. The hundreds of displays dotting several sections of school enthralled and amazed everyone present.   




SCIENCE EXHIBITION
28-07-2018

With a vision to inculcate scientific temper and enhance the mental horizon of the students, Science Exhibition ‘Infinity… Science Unlimited’ was organized in July 2018. The exhibition by students of VI to XI provided platform to mould their innovative ideas through working/static exhibits on various topics like home-made pesticides, smart street light system, load-free bags,modern scientific broom, fuel from plastic, wind panel, pomegranate deseeder and many more. The exhibition also aimed at celebrating ‘National Year of Millets’ and creating awareness about common vector borne diseases like dengue, malaria and chikungunya. Visitors were greatly impressed by the students’ talent and creativity. The Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi praised the concerted efforts of the students and encouraged them to participate in such events to stimulate their minds.




Monsoon Cravings Week -I and II
27-07-2018

Monsoon has hit Delhi. So to give a chance to the children to enjoy each season with friends Monsoon Craving week was observed from 23 July to 27 July in classes I and II. They were given a proper menu in which they brought all hot and tasty things they relish with rain like cutlets, pakoras, pav bhaji and many things. They were really happy to eat all this away from their daily routine of healthy chapatti and vegetable in school. It was a fun week for them. They do enjoy eating when they see the same thing in their friend’s tiffin. Such opportunities increases their love for food and school.


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Body Care Week - Classes I and II
24-07-2018

“A healthy body has a healthy mind”

It’s an old saying but keeping healthy is always more important. To make children aware about cleanliness, Hygiene week was observed in classes I and II from 16 July to 20 July. The students were told about how to keep their teeth, hair, hands and body clean. They were shown short movies on Teach Next about hygiene and teachers also discussed it in class along with importance of exercise, rest and healthy food for them. They really enjoyed the movies and took part in discussion with full zest and zeal. They were happy and shared their experiences how do they brush, take bath or take care of their body parts at home and in school.


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Annual Exhibition (LKG and UKG)
21-07-2018

The annual exhibition was held on 21st July'18 in the Nursery wing which gave the little ones a platform to showcase their talent and creative endeavour. The Principal,Ms. Mona Rastogi inaugurated the exhibition by lighting a lamp. It is followed by a dazzling and vibrant dance performance by tiny tots which cheered the parents with unparalled joy. The theme of the exhibition was Rainbow colours. The painstakingly and beautifully hand crafted exhibits made by children like birthday cakes, goodies, flowers, peacocks, umbrellas splashed the rainbow colours all around. It seemed as if the rainbow itself transcended in the school premises. It was a visual treat. Children were enthralled and took pride to see their creative work displayed. There was a selfie cornor where parents and children captured their happy moments. The Principal and the parents acknowledged and appreciated comtrined efforts of children and the teachers for putting up such a grand show.




Annual Exhibition (III-V)
21-07-2018

‘Children have an amazing innate ability to be creative when they do things on their own.’

Keeping this view in mind, the primary wing organised an art and craft exhibition on 21st July 2018 in the school premises. The event was inaugurated by revered Principal Ma’am, Ms Mona Rastogi, by lighting the lamp .The exhibition provided the right platform to display the artistic, art and craft items prepared by the children during their vacation .The walls of activity hall were all decked up with a splash of colours .The exhibits included elephant shaped piggy banks , jewellery boxes , pots , trucks made of shoe box, frames made of ice cream sticks and many more .The display of the collage work by the students of class V was the center of attraction. Each craft item exhibited the creativity of the students of the primary wing. Our young Sachdevians displayed the essence of true art by their unique craft and adroitness that not only attracted the parents but also melt their hearts with awe and bewilderment. The Principal, Ms Mona Rastogi appreciated the efforts of the students and teachers in putting up a spell bounding display.


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Handwashing Campaign
20-07-2018

‘Washing hands prevents disease,

and puts everyone at ease’.

Good hygiene ensures good health. Washing hands is an integral part of hygiene.

So, to sensitize the students about the importance of washing hands and spreading awareness about hand washing as one of the most important means of preventing the spread of diseases, a ‘Hand Washing Campaign’ was organized in the school.

A group of students from Class V visited different classes and motivated the students to wash their hands properly. They carried placards with catchy slogans to enhance the impact of their message which will go a long way in making them hygiene conscious citizens of a healthy nation.

 


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Annual Exhibition - I and II
07-07-2018

The Annual Exhibition of holiday homework was displayed in classes I and II on 7th July 2018. The creative effort of tiny tots was well presented. The show began with a small dance performance by the children to welcome principal mam and parents. Principal Mam lighted the lamps and inaugurated the exhibition. All the models were kept in rooms into different banners-

Home Saaz had beds, hairbands, jewellery, headphones, bags, paper bags etc. made of waste materials.

Yummies had all eatables like burgers, French fries, cutlery stand and muffins made out of paper.

Hi tech SPS had all the electronics items made of empty boxes, Washing machines, laptops etc. Two stalls were of cool treats, beat the heat and they were of tempting ice- creams and water melon slices.

SPS Farm had peacocks, trees, plants, flowers and pigs made of old plastic bottles and boxes.

Overall it was an organized presentation. Parents and children were really excited to see their creations.

 

 


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Workshop on Meditation and Life Skills
28-06-2018

You only live once

But if you do it right

Once is enough

Today’s fast paced, stressful and busy life has a drastic effect on one’s health. Meditation, if carried out on a regular basis can mitigate the symptoms of stress and anxiety. To empower the teachers with effective techniques of meditating, a workshop was conducted for them on ‘Meditation and Life Skills’. The resource person guided the teachers through the whole process of meditation after which everyone present, felt relaxed and calm. Breathing exercises helped energize body and mind. Chanting the universal mantra ‘Om’ had a profound impact on everyone present in the hall. It helped restore mental peace, thus, everyone understood the need to meditate regularly and also inculcate the habit among the students to help them lead a happier life filled with positivity.

 


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INTRA MUN 2018
26-06-2018

The fifth edition of SPS Intra MUN Conference was organized by the students on 26th June 2018 with United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) as the committee and the agenda as Genocide in Myanmar. The students participated as delegates of sixty countries, such as the United States of America, People’s Republic of China, Myanmar and many more. They displayed qualities of teamwork and a sense of diligence and responsibility.

The committee commenced with the delegates expressing their views on the issue. Everyone participated enthusiastically and reached the pinnacle in debating.

With the committee’s consensus, both working papers 1.1 and 2.1 were passed successfully. The hard work put in by the Executive Board, the Organizing Committee, the International Press members and the Logistical staff bore its fruit.

The Delegates were awarded with prizes such as the Best Delegate, the High Commendations, the Special Mentions and the Verbal Mentions.

Our Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi acknowledged the performance of the students and the teachers, who acted as a guiding light for their young minds. The committee was successfully adjourned by the Chairperson. Overall, the MUN was a great learning experience for the students.




Celebration of Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat (EBSB) Cultural Days
16-05-2018

Under the Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat (EBSB) campaign the school organized an Inter House Folk Dance Competition for classes III to V in March 2018 showcasing the beautiful folk dances of North- Eastern States of Assam and Sikkim. Bihu, Jhumur, Tamang Selo and Maruni folk dances were presented by the young and graceful dancers in front of an enthralled gathering. The performances gave the message of ‘Unity in Diversity’ and gave the students an insight into the cultural richness of our motherland.
In continuation with the theme, classes VI to VIII participated in an Inter-House Music Competition presenting the Folk songs of Assam and Sikkim on 9th May 2018. The students understood how folk songs connect to the heart and soul of the common man with themes ranging from nature to the harvesting seasons and the songs chosen for the competition showcased the connect between the people and their daily life. The Bhoomi song of Assam sung on the occasion of Bihu and Bhupen Hazarika’s famous composition. “Dola He Dola” were presented along with 2 Sikkimese songs praising the state’s beauty and Mt Kachenjunga.


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Hindi Recitation Competition - I and II
14-05-2018

Hindi Recitation Competition was held on 14th May. The children recited the poem with actions and voice modulation. Such competition adds to the confidence of the students to speak in front of a group. 5 best entries were given certificates.


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Mother's Day celebration - I and II
11-05-2018

Mother’s Day was celebrated in classes I and II on 11th May. The children decorated and coloured a beautiful card for their moms. They were excited and happy while planning a surprise for their mothers.


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Drawing Competition on Road Safety
05-05-2018

‘If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint’.

To sensitize the students and create awareness about road safety, a drawing competition was held for classes III –V. The budding artists gave vent to their imagination and created magical expression on paper spreading the message of following the safety rules. The paintings showcased creative artistic skills of the students and their concern for making roads safe for all. The Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi lauded the efforts of the students and gave certificates to the children with the best paintings.




Special Assembly - Earth Day (III-V)
24-04-2018

‘The Earth is what we all have in common.’

To motivate the students, develop a connection with the environment and start their journey towards a greener and cleaner Earth, a special assembly was organized for the students of classes III – V on the occasion of Earth Day. The students spoke about protection of the environment and their role in keeping the Mother Earth safe for future generations. Keeping up with the Earth day spirit, the school choir presented ‘Go Green’ song which encouraged the students to grow more trees and reduce the use of plastic to make the planet green. The Principal Ms. Mona Rastogi urged the students to do their bit and care for the Earth not just once a year but to celebrate every day as Earth Day.




Earth Day- I and II
23-04-2018

Earth Day was celebrated in classes 1 and 2 on 23rd April 2018. Principal Mam Mrs. Mona Rastogi planted  saplings  along with tiny tots. The children also watered the new plants.
The students were also told about importance of plants and how to keep their surroundings clean and not to pluck flowers. This will promote in them love for mother earth and sense of responsibility toward society.


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HEALTHY WEEK AND BAISAKHI CELEBRATION
13-04-2018

This week has been full of fun and taste for students of I and II. 8th April was world Health day, so to make the students aware about their health, a healthy menu was planned for them from Monday to Friday. They were told about how to keep themselves healthy. They enjoyed with their friends and had joined together. A special assembly was also organized on 13 April. The little ones enjoyed few lines of chants from Holy book Granth Sahib. Thoughts and news were also delivered by tiny tots of I and II. The children also relished Halwa with Aloo Puri in lunch. It was a great week for students for their health and knowledge same tiffin like paneer, veg sandwich, stuffed Prantha etc.

 Also on the account of festival Baisakhi the students were taken to visit a gurudwara nearby On 12 April. Such visits keep them connected with their culture and religion. The tiny tots really enjoyed a lot  with  little heads covered with hankies, joining tiny hands to pray and receiving Prasad with 2 hands about one of the festivals of north India. Such celebrations help to make them good citizens of secular India.


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Workshop on Good Behaviour (III-V)
09-04-2018

Good behaviour isn’t magic. It’s a skill just like anything else.’

Managing behaviour and developing positive attitudes is vital as it helps learners to cope in different real life situations and emerge as responsible citizens of the future. To reiterate different aspects of good behaviour-punctuality, time management, discipline, respect for others etc. a workshop was held for the students of classes III-V. The school counsellor talked at length to the students on how to lead a happy, disciplined and successful life by behaving appropriately at all times. Sharing of anecdotes, interactive session and interesting presentation kept the students engaged. It will surely help in creating a long lasting impression on their minds to become well-mannered individuals.

 

 




Handwriting Week (III-V)
09-04-2018

‘The desire to write grows with good handwriting.’

Handwriting is one of the primary tools of communication for the students. It is a constant endeavour of the school to help the students develop a legible and beautiful handwriting. To inculcate and promote the habit of writing neatly, correctly and beautifully, ‘Handwriting Week’ is being organized for classes III-V from 9th -13th April, 2018. The students will try to achieve perfection and write a paragraph in the following subjects on the given topics.

English                  Well begun is half done.

Hindi                      स्वच्छ भारत, स्वस्थ भारत

Science                 Do your bit, to keep the Earth fit.

 

The week will culminate with Calligraphy Competition, giving a platform to the students to showcase their talent in writing beautifully.

 




Art competition- I and II
14-03-2018

Classes I and II organized an Art Competition. The children were enthusiastic to draw and colour on the given topics such as Garden scene, Pond scene etc. They exhibited their creative ideas on the paper. The drawings made by them were appreciable. The prize winning entries will be given certificates. 


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GROUP SONG COMPETITION (III-V)
07-03-2018

‘Music is the biggest common denominator that brings together people of all hues’.

The Primary Wing of the school organized a Group Song Competition in four mother languages of India to celebrate ‘International Mother Language Day’ that promotes the preservation and protection of all the mother languages of the world. The children displayed their proficiency in mastering the lyrics of Tamil, Marathi, Assamese and Kashmiri songs. The languages may have been unfamiliar but music transcends all boundaries and brings joy to every listener as it has a direct connect with the heart. The celebration was a great success with the audience showing its appreciation by swaying and clapping during the rendition of each melodious number. The Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi appreciated the efforts of the teachers and the students in putting up a great musical extravaganza.


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Annual Athletic Meet (III-V)
01-03-2018

Annual Athletic Meet was organized for classes III – V on 1March, 2018.  The programme began with the hoisting of the school flag.  The ceremonial lighting of the torch was followed by Ganesh Vandana invoking the blessings of Lord Ganesha.  All the athletes took oath to participate with sincerity and honesty and the track events began in earnest.  The students enthusiastically took part in the various races – Relay, Hurdles, Three legged, Plank etc. The spectators cheered and clapped with full gusto.  The Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi lauded the efforts of the students and the teachers for making the event a huge success and gave away medals and certificates to the winners.


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Holi Celebration (LKG and UKG)
01-03-2018

Holi is not just about colours, but a meaningful amalgamation of traditions and devotion- This was explained to the Children of SPS during the celebration of Holi. The narration of story of Holika and Prahlad by the teachers made the celebration more enuberant and vivid.
"Avoid the use of synthetic colours and water ballons"-was the message conveyed through the celebration.




Holi Celebration- Class I and II
28-02-2018

Holi is a joyous celebration of the rejuvenation of nature and renewed hope of happiness and peaceful co-existence. The display of colours symbolizes the advent of a colourful and prosperous spring season.
Classes I and II celebrated Holi with great zeal and enthusiasm. Children enjoyed colouring the holi sheet. To spread happiness and laughter Kavi Pallav Activity was organized in which children recited Hindi Humorous Poems. Children enjoyed Holi songs and had tasty gujiyas. The festival brought lots of colours and happiness.

 


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Physical Fitness week(classes I and II)
23-02-2018

Today, in the age of computers physical fitness is the most important key to a healthy body. It is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity. To enjoy the glow of good health, Class I and II observed Physical Fitness Week from 19th Feb to 23rd Feb.
Yoga, Aerobics, games and many other physical fitness Activities were performed during the week. Children enjoyed doing Aasanas, dance steps, games, and aerobics. Importance of meditation was explained and meditation was performed in the school. Students not only enjoyed but also got awareness about importance of physical fitness.


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REPUBLIC DAY(Classes I and II)
31-01-2018

Republic day was celebrated on 25 Jan 18 by the students of SPS with great enthusiasm and fervor. Children presented a dance drama on the moral – United We Stand, Divided We Fall. A beautiful presentation “Taste of Togetherness “was based on different spices who wanted to prove themselves the best. But the chef presented them that they all bring the taste together. The dance presentation created mesmerizing visuals in front of the audience. The performance of the tiny tots was highly appreciated.


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'Gift a Tree' - Tree Plantation Drive
25-01-2018

According to a research, people cut down 15 billion trees each year and the global tree count has fallen by 46% since the beginning of human civilization. And that is a cause of worry and perhaps a great threat to humanity. Hence to spread awareness among the young students and to sensitize them to the need to increase the greenery of the Earth, our school participated in a tree plantation drive-‘Gift a Tree’, organized by Times Group and Smile Foundation. The students planted 20 saplings in the school premises with great enthusiasm. Members of Smile Foundation visited the school with some students to facilitate the planting and were appreciated by Principal Ms. Mona Rastogi.


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Republic day (LKG and UKG)
24-01-2018

The tiny tots at SPS beaved the Delhi chill to celebrate Republic Day in the best way they could. Dressed perfectly for the occassion, they put forward some scintillating performances and painted the entire atmosphere in colours of patriotism. Singing of National Anthem and release of tricolor balloons were the highlights of the celebration.
The Principal, Mrs. Mona Rastogi praised the little ones for their performances.
The school wore a Republican look with tricolor balloons and flags in every nook and corner. The children also made Wrist bands with tricolor beads and took them home.




Basant Panchmi (LKG and UKG)
22-01-2018

To celebrate the onset of spring season, Basant Panchmi was celebrated in the Nursery wing. Divinity was in the air during the celebration. The students actively participated in the Aarti of Goddess Saraswati and were told about the significance of the festival. The celebration concluded with distribution of Prashad




Basant Panchami(Classes I and II)
22-01-2018

 Basant Panchami signifies the brilliance of nature and the vibrancy of life. People worship goddess Saraswati – the goddess of wisdom and learning. To welcome the spring season Basant Panchami was observed on 22 Jan 18 by the students of classes I and II .Special assembly was organized in which children presented poems and sang Saraswati Vandana. Children enjoyed yellow food and had ladoo as Prasad.

 

 


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WINTER FOOD CARNIVAL(Classes I and II)
20-01-2018

'Winter is the time for comfort, good food and warmth'. To celebrate the season of winter ‘Winter Food Carnival’ took place in classes I and II from 15-20 January. Children enjoyed tasty delicacies like Methi Parantha, Carrot Halwa, Matar Pulav etc. Winter Food Carnival helped children to know about variety of food. Eating together always bring smile and contentment on children’s face.The food carnival encouraged children to try new dishes and develop healthy eating habits.


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LOHRI AND MAKAR SAKRANTI CELEBERATION
12-01-2018

Lohri was celebrated in classes I and II on 12 January with immense zeal and enthusiasm. Children looked beautiful in Punjabi attire. Special assembly was held in which importance of Lohri and Makar Sakranti was explained. Punjabi Folk Music turned the atmosphere enjoyable and lively. Students enjoyed rewari and popcorn.


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Gift wrapping and Card making activity
30-12-2017

To begin the New Year celebrations gift wrapping competition was held on 28 December 2017. Children used their cresative ideas to wrap the gifts in different styles. They used different decorative materials and were very excited with their creations. Children also prepared New Year cards for their loved ones on 29 December 2017. They gave New Year greetings to each other.


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Computer MS Paint - Competition
22-12-2017

To explore the artistic talent in the creative minds of the children of primary wing, MS- Paint Competition was conducted for classes III and IV. The children had to create scenes from Christmas and Diwali and make New Year Cards. The participants gave wings to their imagination and drew beautiful Christmas trees, Snowman, Santa Claus, star etc. The budding artists drew scenes of children making rangoli, exchanging gifts and houses decorated with lights and diyas. The aim of the competition was to enhance the students' creativity and skill. The children participated in the activity with great enthusiasm.


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Christmas Celebration (LKG and UKG)
22-12-2017

Its always a merry Christmas; but the celebration in the Nursery wing of SPS became much more merrier because of the little Santas and fairies. The incredible dance performances by the little ones were good enough to kindle the entire atmosphere. The school wore a festive look and so did the little ones. Every nook and corner reverberated the spirit of Christmas. The little ones scattered joy and happiness everywhere and wished everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. The Principal, Mrs. Mona Rastogi greatly appreciated the performances by the little ones.




CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION-CLASSES I AND II
22-12-2017

The much awaited Christmas celebration was held in the school on 22 December. The children of classes I and II sang and danced with Santa on the lovely beats of Jingle Bells. Everyone wished Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to each other followed by the cake cutting. The birth of Jesus Christ was also depicted through a tableau. The school was beautifully decorated with balloons and Christmas tree. The children were excited to see the beautifully decorated Christmas tree, the snow man and red and white balloons all over. The children also enjoyed Christmas class party with their friends.


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Christmas Celebration (III-V)
21-12-2017

'Christmas is the perfect time to celebrate the love of God and to create memories that last forever'

Keeping the Christmas spirit alive, a special assembly was organised for the students of primary wing. The little children of class III sang melodious carols that mesmerised everyone. The entire school vibrated with the echoes of Christmas Carols. The entry of little Santas was an icing on the cake. A Christmas tree decoration activity was also conducted for the students of classes III to V. The children decorated the Christmas trees in the class. The young artists displayed their artistic skills in the loveliest of seasons. It was truly a jubilant way of ushering in the Christmas Celebration. 

 


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Scrap file making (UKG)
20-12-2017

Scrap files were made beautifully by the children. Each one created his own Scrap file on his favourite International cartoon like – Dora, Kung- fu Panda and Doraemon, to name a few. They put in their hearty efforts by using paints, stick- ons, crayons and other decorative material. 




English Intra Class Activity- ISA Activity (III-V)
08-12-2017

" Respect for food is respect for life"

Millions of tons of food is wasted every year and the students need to be sensitized on this issue. As a follow up of the workshop on food wastage, the students of classes III to V prepared write ups on food wastage. They put on their thinking caps and came with some creative and innovative ideas on preventing food wastage and going a step further in removing hunger from the world.


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NATIONAL EDUCATION DAY
13-11-2017

The school observed National Education Day on 13th November 2017 with complete zeal and enthusiasm. The day is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, great freedom fighter, eminent educationist and the first Union minister of Education. The students participated in various activities such as card making, slogan writing and essay writing to showcase their creativity and knowledge about the importance of education in our lives and the position it holds in the nation’s growth and development. Through the celebration the students were made aware about the nation’s commitment to all aspects of education and how each one of us can do our bit to ensure total literacy for our people. 




Poster Designing and Slogan Writing Competition
08-11-2017

Poster Designing and Slogan Writing Competition was organized on ‘e-Commerce’ on 8 November, 2017 for the students of class XI. The students participated in the competition with great fervor. Various sub-topics related to e-Commerce were given to the students. The competition gave an opportunity to the students. The competition gave an opportunity to the students to showcase their talent. The competition not only gave the students a platform to put forward their creativity and writing skills, but also enabled them to further understand the topic.




DANCE AND MUSIC: THE ESSENCE OF LIFE- DANCE COMPETITION(ISA-ACTIVITY)
08-11-2017

The school organised a Dance competition for class VIII on 8th November 2017 as a part of ISA project. The students presented a visual treat through their dances. The children presented the famous dance forms of four countries- India, France, Spain and China. The competition was mesmerising and it gave a chance to the students to learn about the culture, dance and music of the chosen countries. The spectators thoroughly enjoyed themselves and cheered and clapped with full gusto. The principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi congratulated the students and teachers for putting up a great show.

 

RESULT

HOUSE

POSITION

TAGORE

I

GANDHI

I

NEHRU

II

BOSE

II

 

 




ISA Activity-Fancy Dress Competition (LKG and UKG)
07-11-2017

Fancy Dress Competition, under the ISA Activity was organised for the Children of LKG and UKG classes to provide them opportunities for growth in the areas of social and emotional development, and to give them a better understanding of cartoon characters around the world.




CAMEL COLOUR CONTEST-CLASSES I AND II
06-11-2017

Drawing and Colouring is the favourite activity of every child. Like every year this year also Camel Colour Contest was arranged in school for classes I and II. The topic given was ‘My pet animals’. The tiny tots drew different animals and used different ideas to create scenes around them. Best entries were selected by Art Teacher-Ms. Jyoti Amar and sent to Camel Colour.


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Camel Art Contest(UKG)
06-11-2017

The children poured out their creativity and imagination through the "Camel Art Contest" organised by Kokuyo Camlin;the topic of which was "Fish and Butterfly". These elements of nature were very wonderfully created by the little ones.


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Celebrating Gurupurab (LKG and UKG)
03-11-2017

Gurupurab was celebrated with Great revel in the Nursery wing of SPS. Children participated with enthusiasm in the Prakash utsav.


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ZONAL SCIENCE COMPETITIONS
27-10-2017

Our school students participated in various science based competitions held at the zonal level and brought us fame and accolades. They enthusiastically participated in events such as Science debate, poster making, slogan writing, scientoon and presentation of science models etc. and the following students were selected to display their talent at the central level:

 

 

 

S.NO

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY

TOPIC

STUDENT’S NAME

STUDENT’S CLASS

1

Poster and Slogan

Improving air quality

Alankriti Garg

XI-F

2

Science Model

Organic Mosquito Repellent

Chitrita Kundu

Madhur Gupta

VII-A

VIII-B

3

Science Model

The Diaper Secret

Mannat Dudeja

Divyansh Mittal

VIII-B

VIII-B

4

Science Model

Low cost Bio-adsorbent

Anandita Choudhary

Anshika Gupta

VIII-B

VIII-B

5

Science Model

Travel charge Defender

Hitansh Mehndiratta

Anurag Thapliyal

IX-B

IX-B

 




ZONAL CULTURAL ACTIVITIES 2017-18
25-10-2017

 

SNO

EVENT

CATEGORY

NAME,CLASS AND SECTION

POSITION

6

Slogan Writing (English)

Senior

Nikhita Gandhi (XI - F)

7

Painting Competition

Junior

Vedant Kumar Singh (VII -B)

III 

8

Paper Mache

Junior

Aryan Jindal (VI - F)

II 

9

Paper Mache

Senior

Ishita Jindal (IX - A)

10

Collage Making

Senior

Radhika Bansal (IX - G)

II 

 

 

 

Sanya Garg (IX - G)

 

11

Extempore (Hindi)

Senior

Aman Goel (XII - B)

III 

12

Extempore (English)

Junior

Prapti Joshi (VI - B)

III 

13

Extempore (English)

Senior

Anurag Thapliyal        (IX - B)

III 

14

Poem Recitation (Sanskrit)

Junior

Pranay Mehta (VIII - D)

II 

15

Poem Recitation (Sanskirt)

Senior

Anurag Thapliyal        (IX - B)

III 

16

Semi Classical Singing

Junior

Unnati Mhendiratta    (VII - B)

III 

17

Classical Singing

Senior

Nikhita Gandhi           (XI - F)

III 

 




ZONAL CULTURAL ACTIVITIES 2017-18
25-10-2017

SNO

EVENT

CATEGORY

NAME,CLASS AND SECTION

POSITION

4

Solo Singing Light

Junior

Arsh Babbar (VII - D)

II 

5

Qawwali

Boys

Aryan Mehta (VI - A)

III 

 

 

 

Jatin Bajaj (VI - A)

 

 

 

 

Vansh Sharma (VI - D)

 

 

 

 

Kumar Shivam (VI - F)

 

 

 

 

Pragun Bajaj (VI - E)

 

 

 

 

Krish Batra (VII - D)

 

 

 

 

Arsh Babbar (VII - D)

 

 

 

 

Rahul Gandhi (VIII - A)

 

 

 

 

Akash Walia (VIII - C)

 

 

 

 

Aashish Jain (VIII - D)

 

 

 

 

Bhavya Maggo (IX - B)

 

 

 

 

Hitesh Jain (IX - B)

 

 

 

 

Parag Gupta (IX - D)

 

 

 

 

Hardik Batra (IX - F)

 

 

 

 

Hardik Madan (XI - E)

 

 

 

 

Tanmay Jain (XI - E)

 

 

 

 

Arpan Gupta (XI - B)

 

 

 

 

Shivam Kher (XI - C)

 

 

 

 

Parth Sharma (XI - B)

 

 

 

 

Vansh Gupta (XI - B)

 




ZONAL CULTURAL ACTIVITIES 2017-18
25-10-2017

Our students bought laurels to the school in the Zonal Cultural Activities 2017-18 with their enthusiastic participation. The results are as follows: 

 

SNO

EVENT

CATEGORY

NAME,CLASS AND SECTION

POSITION

1

Debate (Hindi)

Senior

Saurabh Rajani (IX - A)

II 

 

 

 

Anurag Thapliyal (IX - B)

 

2

Debate (Hindi)

Junior

Mannat Dudeja (VIII - B)

3

Debate (English)

Senior

Nikhita Gandhi (XI - F)

II 

 

 

 

Drishti Kalra (XI - C)

 



ISA Activity-Worksheets (LKG and UKG)
24-10-2017

To recapitulate the knowledge of cartoons around the world, the children were given interesting worksheets under the ISA Activity, which they greatly enjoyed.




Diwali Celebration ( Class I and II )
17-10-2017

After Dussehra now it was Diwali- The festival of lights when there was festivity at its best in Classes I and II. on 17 October 2017 a small Diwali Mela was set up where different games were arranged. The tiny tots in ethnics were full of excitement while playing games and wishing each other Happy Diwali.
The Principal Ma'am lighted the lamp and inaugrated the games. Whole building was decorated with Diyas and Bandhanwars made by the little ones. They enjoyed party lunch also.




Workshop on Practices to Prevent Food Wastage (III – V)
17-10-2017

‘Today’s wastage is tomorrow’s shortage’

Food wastage is a thoughtless and mindless universal activity and should be minimized. To create awareness and inculcate the value of preventing food wastage, a workshop was organized for the students of classes III –V for the ISA Activity ‘Food – A Common Ground and Universal Experience’. The resource persons discussed how food wastage can be avoided and various practices being followed to prevent it. The students got an insight into the various individuals and organizations that are involved in this noble cause in our country. They even came to know about the various apps like No Food Waste, Feeding India etc. which can be made use of to distribute surplus food to the needy.

 

The workshop concluded with the students taking a pledge to not waste food and become ambassadors of removing world hunger.


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Diwali Celebrations
16-10-2017

Diwali, the festival of lights that dispels the darkness of ignorance, hatred and negativity to spread the light of love and brotherhood all round was celebrated with gaiety, joy and devotion in school.

A special assembly was organized by the students to celebrate the biggest of the Hindu festivals. The festivities began with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the Principal Ma’am which was followed by a Ganesh Vandana invoking the blessings of the Almighty. The students also presented a Diwali song whose melody echoed in the school grounds and in the hearts of all present. The essence of Diwali, the celebration of life and goodness was on display in a beautiful dance performance that left the audience asking for more. The assembly concluded with the Principal Ms. Mona Rastogi encouraging the students to celebrate a clean, green, smoke and cracker free Diwali.

 

On this auspicious occasion, the students excitedly participated in the craft competition that saw the little ones of class III making and decorating paper diyas and candles. The students of class IV made wonderful traditional bandhanwars and class V students made some amazing lanterns that shone and glittered in the sun. The enthusiasm with which the students participated in the competition was heartwarming and befitting the spirit, splendor and glory of Diwali. 


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Diya Decoration and Bandhanwar Making Competition ( Class I and II )
06-10-2017

Creative Power and Aesthetic sense of children needs to be explored at this age. To know the talent of the tiny tots Diya decoration and Bandhanwar Making Competition for Class I and II respectively were arranged on 6th October 2017.
The children came out with beautiful, new and creative ideas. They enjoyed this craft too much. Best entries will be awarded.


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Handwriting Week (III - V)
27-09-2017

‘Good writing is clear thinking made visible. ‘

In this age of technology and computers, the skill of handwriting remains important in education and later on in employment and in everyday life too.

Time devoted to the teaching and learning of letter formation in the early years will pay off in later years. Legible writing that can be produced comfortably, at speed and with little conscious effort contributes to becoming better writers in times when assessments are based on written work.

Our students in the primary section write well and to motivate them to further improve their writing skill and master the nuances of a good handwriting, Handwriting Week was organized from 25 September ’17 for classes III – V.

The week culminated in a Calligraphy Competition that gave an opportunity to each child to display the style and technique required for writing beautiful calligraphy.

While every participant is a winner, every writing, however good, always has scope for improvement, so the better ones deserve to be encouraged and were awarded certificates for their efforts.


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Dussehra Week ( Class I and II )
27-09-2017

Festival Time is here again. Celebration of festivals in school keep children connected to their culture and history.The whole week was full of enthusiasm in classes I and II beginning from 21 September to 27 September. The children enjoyed colouring of potraits of the characters of Ramayan Ram Ji and Hanuman Ji. Next day they watched the movie Ramayan and enjoyed Popcorns and Frooti, they were asked to bring.The students also had Coustume Fiesta in which they came dressed up as Mythological characters. In this show all the students of I and II participated. Best ones were given certificates.
Then the last day, they presented dance drama based on Ramlila. Some scenes of Ramayan were depicted by the Tiny Tots. Ram Darbar looked wonderful where little and cute Ram, Sita, Laxman and Hanuman were smiling. 
Last day was also celebration of Gandhi Jayanti. Gandhi ji's favourite Bhajan and a song was sung. A child had become Bapu Gandhi who walked around on the tune- Bande me tha dum- Vande Mataram.This was the whole week full of activities and celebration.


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Special Assembly Gandhi Jayanti (III - V)
26-09-2017

A special assembly was organized for classes III to V on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. Special thoughts highlighting Father of Nation- Mahatma Gandhi’s life and teachings were spoken. The students paid homage to the great leader by singing his favourite bhajan- Raghupati Raghav Rajaram. The Principal, Mrs. Mona Rastogi, paid floral tribute to the great soul and urged the students to follow the path of truth and non-violence. She also encouraged the students to make cleanliness a way of life and participate in ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ enthusiastically.


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Dussehra Celebration (LKG and UKG)
26-09-2017

The teachers of SPS leave no stone unturned when it comes to let the kids have fun while they learn. Dussehra was celebrated with full festive fervour in the Nursery wing. Teachers, dressed up as mythological characters looked nothing short of wonderful as they enacted the story of Ramayana. The Students were overjoyed to watch it and Lord Hanuman was the major element of joy. They were super excited to see the Rama- Ravana battle. Later, they were made to sing songs of the glory of Lord Rama. They were given a cut-out of Ravana to be carried home.


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ISA Activity-Mask Making Competition (LKG and UKG)
20-09-2017

A mask making activity, under the ISA was organised on 20th September 2017. It witnessed an earnest participation of the studenta. They created amazing mask under the guidance of Mrs. Kanika Khullar and Mrs. Mamta Gulati. feathers, Cloth piece, mirrors, popsickle sticks, straws and beads were wisely used by the students to embellish their masks.
Apart from learning how to make a mask, they acquired facts about the cartoon characters of India, China, Japan and USA. The School Principal, Mrs. Mona Rastogi,  applauded the teachers/ parents for promoting artistic excellence.


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Interhouse Folktale Enactment Competition (ISA Project)
19-09-2017

“Folktales are the stories that grew out of the lives and imaginations of the people, or folk.”

An Interhouse Folktale Enactment competition was organized for class VI and VII on 19th September 2017. The competition was organized to allow the students to see how universal human values exist in varied cultures across the world. The children presented popular folktales of the four countries- India, France, Sri Lanka and China. The students very enthusiastically enacted the stories. The judgement was on the basis of intonation, expression, narration and acting skills of the students. The principal, Mrs. Mona Rastogi appreciated the efforts put in by the students and teachers to make the competition a success.

    RESULT

POSITION

HOUSE

I

Nehru, Tagore

II

Gandhi, Bose

 

 




Cookery Competition (ISA Activity, III - V)
15-09-2017

Cookery competition for the students of classes III to V was organized in the school. The students showcased their culinary skills and prepared dishes from India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, France, and China. Biryani, Dhokla, Idli, Aloo Poori from India, Sel Roti and Batuk from Nepal, Cashew and Mango Curry from Sri Lanka, Mousse, Apple Pie, Au Gratin from France, Chowmein, Manchurian, Spring Rolls from China and many more mouthwatering dishes were a treat to the eye and also tickled the taste buds of one and all present. The global chefs of SPS added another feather to their cap and brought international dimension to their learning through this activity. A tasting session was also organized wherein the students familiarized themselves with the world cuisine appreciating the similarities as well as differences amongst the dishes from around the world. The Principal, Ms Mona Rastogi, lauded the efforts of the students and complimented the teachers for the successful execution of the ISA activity.


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SYMPOSIUM ON e-COMMERCE
13-09-2017

A symposium was organised on e-Commerce for the students of class XI students on 13 September, 2017. All the students participated in the event with great zeal and enthusiasm. They were all well prepared, thanks to the expert guidance imparted by the teachers. The symposium gave a great platform to the students to showcase their oratory skills. Moreover, some of the students prepared Power Point Presentation on the topic e-Commerce: Convergence of Digital and Physical World. Overall, the event was a great success.  




Itihaas Anveshan 2017 (III - V)
13-09-2017

The students of classes III to V participated in Anveshan 2017 and won the ‘Song of the Year’ award at the National level in the category Cheshta. Itihaas Anveshan is an endeavour to bring together the many hues of children’s talent and celebrate the efforts that go into research, writing, music composition and performance.

An eminent jury adjudged the song written by the children about Dr. A. P. J Abdul Kalam on the basis of research and innovation, lyrics, tune and versatility of the instruments used. The Principal, Ms Mona Rastogi, lauded the efforts of the students and congratulated the students and the teachers on their achievement.

 

 

 


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INTERCLASS DISPLAY BOARD COMPETITION (ISA ACITIVITY)
13-09-2017

An interclass display board decoration competition was held on 13 September 2017 for students of class VIII as a part of the ongoing ISA project- Dance and Music: The Essence of Life. The students showcased their talent and prepared attractive charts and displays representing all the important music and dance forms of four countries- India, France, Spain and China.

This competition gave a chance to the students to learn about the culture, dance and music of the chosen countries and added an international dimension to their existing knowledge. The children used their creativity and imagination to prepare the charts for the soft board which has an amazing effect. The activity was a spectacular display of teamwork and all the students enjoyed it thoroughly.

RESULT

POSITION

CLASS

I

VIII- A, B, D

II

VIII- E, F

III

VIII- G, C

 

 




Cleanliness Drive Week ( Class I and II )
08-09-2017

" Live Life Cleaner. Make Earth Greener"
Cleanliness Drive Week was observed in classes I and II from 1-8 September 2017. A special assembly was organized to take oath of cleanliness in which students promised to keep their surroundings clean. They also presented related poems and speeches in assembly. The tiny tots made poster on keeping India clean and green and along with teachers took out a rally around the school to encourage their elders to keep India clean. The teachers also discussed how to keep their home and school clean and its importance. It was a great week full of fun and learning. 




Teacher’s Day Celebration
05-09-2017

“Teachers are the torch bearers of the Gen-next”

To acknowledge and recognise the hard-work put in by the teachers towards the development of the children, Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura celebrated Teacher’s Day on 5th September in the school premises. The children paid tribute to Dr. Radhakrishnan to commemorate his birth anniversary. They also showed their gratitude to the teachers with their beautiful musical and dance performances. The students further enthralled the teachers with various exciting games. The auspicious day was celebrated with great zeal and fervor. All in all, it was a celebration mode for everyone.




Teacher's Day Celebration ( Class I and II )
04-09-2017

Teacher's Day was celebrated on 4th September in Classes I and II. A special assembly was organised. The students prepared short speeches on importance of the day, Dr. S Radhakrishan's life and some hindi shlokas about gurus. They had party lunch and enjoyed the day. 




Teacher's day (LKG and UKG)
04-09-2017

Teacher's day is a special occasion celebrated to honour and appreciate the teachers. It's the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.Children of Nursery department appreciated the hardwork of teachers by making beautiful frames,placards, flower potsfor their teachers.Children enjoyed participating in these activities and were enlightened.


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Investiture Ceremony
29-08-2017

Pray not for lighter load but strong shoulders’

The new Students’ Council (2017-18) for the school was appointed in a radiant investiture ceremony.  The event initiated by involving the blessings of Goddess Saraswati through the sacred Saraswati Vandana.  Thereafter, a magnificient oath ceremony took place.
The Council comprises of Head Boys and Head Girls for Junior, Middle and Senior School, Sports Captains and Sports Vice Captains and Captains and Vice Captains of four houses.
The new Students’ Council solemnly promised to execute all the responsibilities and duties with loyalty and integrity.
They vowed to venture the paragon of morality and ethics of the school and work towards the attainment of its goals.  The Principal, Mrs. Mona Rastogi, congratulated the members of the Students’ Council and motivated them to work with supreme adherence and rectitude.  The ceremony concluded with the rendition of the national anthem.

 




Result of Flower Colouring Competition ( ISA Activity)- Class I and II
29-08-2017

Class I and II

I A

 

1.       Aanya Mittal  

2.        Tamanna Khanna

3.        Vidit Bhatia

II A

 

1.       Aadya Goel 

2.       Arnav Bhagwani

3.       Ishani

I B

 

1.       Doyel Arora

2.       Gauranshi Bhardwaj

3.       Aarav Kotra

II B

 

1.       Anushka Gupta

2.       Aarav Grover

3.       Kush Batra

I C

 

1.       Vihaan Amar

2.       Harshita Singhal

3.       Aarav Singhal

II C

 

1.       Kavya Bansal

2.       Garvit Dudeja

3.       Nikunj Garg

I D

 

1.       Aafreen

2.       Peehu Tiwari

3.       Anish Arora

II D

 

1.       Kankam Purnima

2.       Twisha Kapila

3.       Bhavishya Chandari

I E

 

1.       Aarav Sukhija

2.       Shristi Jain

3.       Riya Mathur

II E

 

1.       Atiksh Goswami

2.       Gatik Agarwal

3.       Shorya Chaudhary

 

 

 

II F

 

1.       Aditya Mittal

2.       Shivish Bansal

3.       Navya Garg

 

 

 

II G

 

1.       Japjot Singh

2.       Piyush Bansal

3.       Nipun Bansal 




Show and Tell Activity (Class I and II)
25-08-2017

Cleanliness and Fitness Week was observed in Class I and II from 21-25 August 2017.
Along with many other activities, Show and Tell Activity was also arranged on 24-08-2017. The children spoke on different objects like toothpaste, soap, hand sanitizer, dustbin, etc. Such activities boost up the confidence of students and teach them to fight with stage fear. 




Ganesh Chaturthi ( Class I and II )
25-08-2017
All the festivals are celebrated with great zest and zeal in Classes I and II to keep the children aware of the Indian Culture. Same way, Ganesh Chaturthi was also celebrated.
Children offered flowers and prayers and ate ladoos. They were told about Lord Ganesha in brief.



31st Founder’s Day Celebration
15-08-2017

The school celebrated its 31st Founder’s Day with great pomp and vigour. Many eminent personalities from the field of education blessed the occasion with their august presence. Shri S.K. Sachdeva, Hon’ble Chairman of the school, reminded the students to protect and preserve the unity and diversity of this great nation. The programme began with the national anthem and flag hoisting. The students presented a dance ballet “Ye Hai Jashn é Aazadi” highlighting the myriad hues of the nation and expressing the need to free ourselves from social evils like corruption, insanitary conditions and injustice. The show was spectacular and left everyone spellbound. The release of the tri color balloons was the most colourful visual which symbolised the upliftment of the spirit of the students and our glorious nation in all spheres of life. The Principal, Ms Mona Rastogi congratulated the students and staff and encouraged them to surpass all benchmarks in the future.


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Independence day and Janamashtami (LKG and UKG)
11-08-2017

The Independence day and Janamashtami were celebrated with great revel in the kindergarten of SPS. Every nook and corner of the building spoke of the celebration as it was adorned with Tri colour hangings, matkis and flutes. The electrifying performances by the little ones on various patriotic songs urged today’s generation to value the freedom India attained after the sacrifices of many.Sheer enthusiasm was witnessed during the celebration of Janamashtami as well. The children swayed beautifully to the tunes of Lord Krishna songs.The Principal, Mrs. Mona Rastogi concluded the programme by releasing Tri colour ballons and ‘Dahi Handi’ ceremony.




Independence Day ( Class I and II )
10-08-2017

Celebration is also a part of our education. The children learn and enjoy celebrating festivals with their friends. Independence Day, Janamashtami and Founder's Day of SPS was celebrated on 10 August 2017 in classes I and II. The children were dressed in colourful dresses and full of enthusiasm.They danced on patriotic and religious songs. Principal Mam cut the cake, offered her prayers to Krishan ji and released tri- coloured balloons.




RAKSHABANDHAN CRAFT COMPETITION – CLASSES III to V
09-08-2017

The bond between a brother and a sister is one of the deepest and noblest of human emotions. The students of classes III to V celebrated this festival of love very creatively by making the following articles:

Rakhi and Basket decoration (Class III)

Lumba and Envelope making (Class IV)

Thali decoration and Gift wrapping (Class V)

The creative little hands came out with innovative and creative ideas which slowly took shape and resulted in beautiful artifacts.

 

The Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi appreciated the efforts made by the students.


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Annual Exhibition (I and II)
29-07-2017

Annual Exhibition of classes I and II was organized on 29th July 2017 in KP Block. 

It was a grand display of Holidays Homework assigned to the students. Most of the things were made of waste materials. Such creative work help students to express their innovative ideas. It was a great success of the hard work by the students, parents and teachers.




ISA Activity- Exhibition (LKG and UKG)
29-07-2017

                      The Annual Exhibition based on ISA, was named- The Fantasy land. Beautiful art and craft work on International Cartoon Characters was on display. It got an overwhelming response by the children and the parents as well; and received appreciation from the honorable guest, Mrs. Mona Rastogi, the Principal .
                       Cartoon themed – Birthday cakes, Scrap files, Piggy banks, Castles and many more things were beautifully created and displayed which left the spectators mesmerized. They applauded the school for making the students work for the International School award.          




SCIENCE EXHIBITION
22-07-2017

Science Exhibition INFINITY…. Science Unlimited was organized in July 2017 with an aim of inculcating scientific temperament and make science learning an interesting endeavour through projects, models, research work and activities. The exhibition by students of VI to XI generated awareness about the increasing concern towards environment with number of projects and activities on how to reduce pollution, save energy, waste management, vector control, disease cure- the organic way. The models also showcased problems faced by society related to increased traffic, agriculture, health etc. The parents and guests were spell bound by the rational outlook, potential talent and knowledge of students. School Principal Ms. Mona Rastogi appreciated the efforts of students and teachers and congratulated them on the success of the event.




ISA Activity- ‘Cultural Odyssey: The Annual Exhibition’
22-07-2017

Classes VI-VIII organized ‘Cultural Odyssey: The Annual Exhibition’ on 22nd July 2017 to showcase the talent and work of students in various subjects. The exhibition sought to engage children and teachers to synergise experiences and motivate each other to design and develop something novel. The exhibition started with lamp lighting ceremony by the Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi. The students gave a short introduction about their creative endeavour going hand in hand with the International School Award (ISA) which is a benchmark for accrediting schools on having an outstanding level of support for nurturing global citizenship in the students and enriching teaching and learning. Creativity abounded amidst the work displayed which contained charts, models, projects, book jackets, scrolls and so on. The exhibition was attended by a large number of parents who appreciated the dedicated efforts of the students.


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Poetry Recitation IX-X
20-07-2017

The school organized Poetry Recitation for the students of classes IX-X on 20 July 2017. The children recited beautiful poems by eminent English Poets. The students mesmerized everyone by reciting the poems with proper intonation, elocution and pronunciation. The activity provided a platform to the students where their talent was nurtured further. The participants performed to the best of their ability with great zeal and enthusiasm.

 

Result of the competition

 

Name

Class-Sec

Position

Anurag Thapliyal

IX-B

I

Sachin Kumar

IX-G

I

Aarushi Singal

IX-B

II

Saumya Singhal

IX-C

II

Manya Goyal

IX-A

II

Shreeya Singhal

IX-G

III

Manya Narang

IX-C

III

Uday Arora

IX-A

III


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ISA Activity-Power point Presentation (LKG and UKG)
20-07-2017

A Power point Presentation under the ISA was shown to the children on 20 th  july 2017. It was based on Indian and International cartoons like- Bheem, Dora, Kung-fu-Panda and Doraemon and proved quite useful to upgrade their knowledge of the cartoon world. They were thrilled to watch their favourite cartoons and were thus indulged in multiple learning styles. The special effects and sounds fascinated them to a great extent.




ISA Activity- Colouring competition (UKG)
20-07-2017

The Colouring Competition under the ISA project was held on 20 july 2017.The children were given the pictures of cartoons from countries like- India, China, Japan & USA to colour.
They used their imagination and coloured with different colours which had an amazing effect.
The end result was spectacular. In all, the children tried their best and enjoyed the activity.




Annual Exhibition- Classes III - V
15-07-2017

Classes III-V organised the annual exhibition ‘Creativity at its Best’ on 15July, 2017 with great zeal and enthusiasm. The event was inaugurated by lighting of the lamp by the principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi. This exhibition emulated the hope and aspirations of our children in becoming the geniuses of tomorrow. This event brought out the quiescent talent of the children and gave wings to their imagination. The beautiful paintings and artistic craft work left the spectators mesmerized. The exhibition got an overwhelming response both from the children and the guardians. The parents were delighted to see the work of the students whilst the children themselves were busy trying to spot their own special creation amidst the collection. The exhibition was a huge success. Enthusiasm and effervescence overflowed amongst students, teachers and parents.

 

The Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi lauded the efforts of the students and the guidance of the parents and teachers in putting up a spellbinding display. 


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Nutrition Week
14-07-2017

Junk food has become every child's habit today.

So to keep them away from it Nutrition Week was observed by Classes I and II from 10th July to 14th July.

The students were motivated to enjoy healthy food together like green vegetables, fruit chaat and puri aloo.




Mango Treat ( LKG)
13-07-2017

It was a mangolicious day for the children and on this occasion the nursery department of SPS celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm by organising a special assembly.
          The children also swayed with joy on the beats of rhymes related to mango. They shared and relished delicious eatables they brought as special tiffins.
          The Children also did craft activity to mark the occasion.




Creativity at its Best- Primary Wing Exhibition
13-07-2017

Every child is born creative. The challenge is to keep that creativity alive.

Keeping this in mind the Primary wing of the school is organizing the annual exhibition ‘Creativity at its Best’ on 15th July 2017. It will provide a platform to our young budding artists to showcase their individuality and creativity. The students have worked hard all through their summer vacation to amass a huge collection of paintings and craft material which will be displayed in the activity hall of the school to encourage the artistic skills of the students.




World Doctor day (UKG)
12-07-2017

 No one knows heartbeats better than a doctor
       From the Doctor
       Have no fear
       He takes care of you   
       To him, you are dear!
This message was conveyed to the kids on the World Doctor day which was celebrated in Nursery wing on 12 july,  2017.
 Our School Doctor, Dr. Sahni was called to acquaint the children about health and hygeine and proper nutrition to fight diseases. He was felicitated by the staff and students for his kind contribution towards the society. The celebration concluded with a message "Thank you" Doctor for everything you have done to keep me in the pink of health and the best of spirits!




Intra MUN (IX)
23-06-2017

Students of classes 9th and 10th organised an Intra School MUN on 23rd June 2017, with the objective of creating awareness amongst diverse nations about unity in diversity. There were two committees, IMF (International Monetary Fund) and UNGA (United Nations General Assembly). Each having a different agenda- Humanitarian Intervention at Syrian borders (UNGA) and special emphasis on instability in stock markets (IMF). Many students participated in the conference as delegates  for the first time. So in order to boost up their confidence level, they had a workshop which helped them to know the norms of MUN. Representatives of countries like Jordan, USA, UK etc. were the part of the conference. It influenced the delegates in their daily lives and helped them to learn values like compassion and tolerance. The MUN proved to be an influential medium to gain insight into the working of the United Nations


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3rd International Yoga Day Celebration
21-06-2017

The NCC Cadets (Girls) participated in the 3rd International Yoga Day Celebrations on 21st June 2017 organised at Satellite Station No. 4, S.K.V, Badli. The event was witnessed by more than 120 Cadets from various schools and colleges along with school staff and NCC Officers. The celebration started with prayers and systematic practicing of different ‘ASANAS’ along with Pranayama and meditation. The Cadets got the opportunity to learn first hand how yoga embodies the unity of mind and the body.  


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Educational Trip to NASA
19-06-2017

A 10-day trip to NASA was organized for the students of Classes VI to X from 28th May, 2017 to 8th June, 2017. A total of 30 students, Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi and two teachers visited NASA – Kennedy Space Centre, Disney Land, Universal Studios in Orlando, Niagara Falls, MIT and Harvard University in Boston and New York.

At the Kennedy Space Centre, the students got the opportunity to take a bus tour around the facilities and visit a launch site.  They, also, saw the Rocket garden, Atlantis Museum, an audio-visual exhibit Heroes and Legends and a documentary on the creation of Atlantis.  The group got the chance to step into a simulator and experience firsthand a space launch.  The visit culminated with a lunch with the famous astronaut Ms. Wendy Lawrence.

The students, also, had a fabulous time at Disney Land, Magic Kingdom and Universal Studios enjoying the thrilling rides at the parks.

The journey continued on to Buffalo and Niagara Falls.  The group had an enthralling ride of the Maid of the Mist where they experienced nature’s power and beauty at the base of the Falls.

The group, then, moved to Boston where they visited the world famous Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University and did a city tour of the famous Boston landmarks. 

The final destination was New York where the students visited the Freedom Towers, the 9/11 Memorial, Madame Tussauds, Times Square and Statue of Liberty.

The group had an enriching experience interacting with the native people of the country learning about their culture, traditions, values and lifestyle.


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Earth Day (Classes I and II)
28-04-2017

Earth Day was observed in classes I and II.A special assembly was arranged.Children spoke sentences on Earth and how to take care of it.They also recited some poems on Earth.Children were told the importance of planting more trees and keeping the earth clean.




Class Presentation (IV-G)
27-04-2017

‘Small acts by millions can transform the world.’

To imbibe a sense of gratitude and duty towards Mother Earth among students on the onset of Earth Day, a class presentation was conducted by the students of class IV-G. The presentation started with a wonderful skit by the students depicting the importance of Mother Earth and how to cherish life bestowed by her. The skit illustrated how the human beings are polluting the earth and depleting its resources. The young Sachdevians urged their fellow students to do their bit to protect the environment, for the future generations. The children were dressed up beautifully as river, dustbin, CFL bulb, CNG and tree. They spoke about the importance of resources of Earth and their wise usage. It was reiterated that every day should be celebrated as Earth Day. The skit was followed by a melodious song dedicated to Mother Earth in which the students pledged to be defenders and friends of Mother Earth. Every student was exhilarated to be a part of the presentation. The audience were spellbound by the phenomenal performance. The presentation concluded with the message to conserve the environment and keep our planet beautiful and green.




Special Assembly-Earth Day (III-V)
25-04-2017

A special assembly was conducted by the students of the Primary Wing to celebrate International Earth Day on 22 April that reminds every one of the bounties provided by Planet Earth and our collective responsibility to promote harmony with Nature. The occasion was marked by watering of the holy basil by the Principal to spread awareness of the need to nurture nature. Earth day song by the School choir reminded everyone of the selfless nature of Earth. The children took a pledge to respect and save our Earth. They promised to keep their classrooms clean, save electricity and not waste water as their bit to conserve our beautiful earth. The English and Hindi thought reiterated the need to celebrate each day as Earth Day. The Principal Mrs. Mona Rastogi addressed the students, urging them to adopt small steps on a regular basis to protect our environment for the future. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem.




English Poetry Recitation (III-V)
24-04-2017

Environment Conservation Week has been organized for classes III to V to sensitize the students towards environment. The week started with English Poetry Recitation Competition for classes IV and V. The students expressed their feelings, articulated their thoughts and gave wings to their imagination through their poems. They became environment advocators and conveyed the message of taking care of Mother Earth. A foot-tapping song on environment conservation was sung by the students. The students performed to the best of their ability with great zeal and enthusiasm and showcased their talent and confidence. 




ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION WEEK (III-V)
19-04-2017

‘The key to a greener planet is in our hands’.

Keeping this in view Classes III-V will observe ‘Environment Conservation Week’. The idea is to sensitize the children towards environment through a variety of educational and funfilled activities.

The plethora of activities will be –
1.   English Poetry Recitation
2.   Special Assembly
3.   Movie
4.   Class Presentation
5.   Art Competition 




Baisakhi Celebrations (Classes I and II)
13-04-2017

Baisakhi- the harvest festival of punjab was celebrated today in classes I and II.The children were told about the festival.They came in colourful pubjabi dresses.They also brought jalebi and punjabi food.All the students were full of enthusiasm.They enjoyed punjabi bhangra with their friends and had fun.




Orientation Programme 2017-18 (Class III)
12-04-2017

Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.

An orientation programme was organized for the students of class III on 12 April 2017. The children attended the programme enthusiastically. They were briefed about the rules and regulations of the school. They were motivated to attend School regularly and do well in academics and other activities. The students were told the importance of being disciplined and the different ways to be disciplined in class so that maximum learning can take place. Tips to enhance their attention span were also discussed in a play way manner. The students were very responsive throughout the programme. They were shown interesting videos that further guided the children towards accepted class behaviour. The interactive session guided and prodded the students to try and do the best they can.




ISA Activity - Research Work on Recipes (Classes III-V)
10-04-2017

‘Food is our common ground, a universal experience’

Food is one binding force that brings together people from all around the world. The students of class V reiterated this during their research on cuisines of the world for ISA Activity. They surfed the internet, browsed magazines and books to find about the popular dishes of India, France, China, Nepal and Sri Lanka. The students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm in the activity where they not only learnt about the food items of different countries but also got an insight into differences and similarities of the cuisines of these countries.




Solo Dance Competition (Classes I and II)
15-03-2017
Dance is a form of art of expression. To enrich in stage competition Solo Dance Competition was organised for classes I and II on 15 March 2017.The children crossed quarter final and semi final level to reach the finals.All the children were dressed up in special costumes and looked colourful.The little dancers were confident.The best 3 positions were adjudged by our judges Ms.Shalini Bhatnagar and Ms.Shalini Maheshwari.Prizes were given away by our Principal Ms.Mona Rastogi.


Dance Competition (III-V)
07-03-2017

‘Dance is a rhythmic movement of body and steps that entertains and inspires everyone.’

India is a vast country with a diversity that is simply awesome and incredible. Our food, clothes, festivals, languages and dances have mesmerized people from around the world. The students of classes III to V presented one such visual treat through a ‘Group Dance Competition’. The captivating poetry of footsteps of the young dancers during the Bihu, Tamil, Oriya and Bamboo dance enchanted and enthralled the audience. The powerful and alluring performances left everyone spellbound and wanting for more. The Principal Ms. Mona Rastogi congratulated the students and teachers for putting up a great show.




Sports Day (Classes I and II)
01-03-2017
Annual Sports meet, a day full of enthusiasm for teachers and students was arranged for classes I and II on 1st March.All the young athletes dressed up in orange and green were full of competitive spirit and ready to capture the field.The meet began with the March Past followed by Lamp Lighting and Oath Taking ceremony by Principal Ma'am.There were variety of interesting races for tiny tots like snatch the chocolates, collect the markers,relay race etc. The audience of I and II cheered their classmates.Certificates were awarded to the winners.The meet ended up by releasing balloons and taking the happiness of the children to the heights.It was a fun filled day.


Annual Athletic Meet (III-V)
01-03-2017

The school playground reverberated with the sounds of cheer and enthusiasm when classes III to V celebrated the Annual Sports Day on 1 March 2017. The programme began with the ceremonial lighting of the torch. Next all the athletes took oath to participate with sincerity and honesty and the Principal, Ms. Mona Rastogi declared the meet open.

The students displayed their skill at yoga and the track events began in earnest. Every athlete put up his best and took part with sportsmanship and determination. The spectators thoroughly enjoyed themselves and cheered and clapped with full gusto. The prize winners took home medals to remember their achievement and the Principal lauded the effort of the students and teachers for making the event a huge success.




Music Competition (III-V)
23-02-2017

‘Music is a piece of art that goes through the ears, straight to the heart’.

Music is the art of expressing ideas and emotions using the elements of rhythm, melody and harmony through voices and instruments. Keeping this view in mind a music competition was organized on 23 February 2017 for the students of class V. The young competitors sang Rajasthani, Garhwali, Bengali and Marathi folk songs with great zeal and gusto. The synchronization of the melodious voices and instruments was heart warming. The spell bounding performance enthralled the audience who showed their appreciation by clapping loudly after each rendition. This Competition truly harnessed the singing talent of the students and was a great success.




Cooking Without Fire (III-V)
23-02-2017

‘Cooking is not just making food but building confidence and creativity.’

 Keeping this in view the Primary Wing organized a culinary adventure – ‘Cooking Without Fire’ Competition. The little wonder chefs chose healthy ingredients and showed their culinary skills by creating mouth watering canapes and biscuit toppings. The children participated with full zeal and had a wonderful experience. The winners were appreciated for this amazing art. This activity was followed by a ‘Cleanliness Drive’. The students volunteered to clean their classrooms and understood the importance of physical well-being and healthy environment. The aim of this drive was to move one step further towards cleanliness and contribute in Swachch Bharat Mission, a movement launched by the honourable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi.




Class Presentation (IV-D)
22-02-2017

‘Be alert and enforce your rights as a consumer’.

 A small skit was enacted by the students of class IV-D to spread awareness about the manufacturing and expiry dates of the products used in day to day life. The presentation was spiced up with added flavours of fashion show, puppet show and group song. It recreated its magic and children learnt about its importance and their rights as a consumer.




Class Presentation (IV-F)
21-02-2017

Class IV F showcased their talent and creativity through the play – ‘King Lear’ by Shakespeare. The dialogue delivery, the costumes and the acting skills of the students enthralled the audience. Each child played his/her character with great zeal and enthusiasm. The main mantra of the play ‘Respect your parents and earn goodness’ was portrayed beautifully. The play ended with the song ‘Peace’ which was sung melodiously by all the students. Their efforts were appreciated by one and all.




International Mother Language Day (III-V)
21-02-2017

On this occasion, Poetry Recitation Competition was held for Class V. The students recited poems in Hindi, French and Chinese. The correct pronunciation, rhythm and intonation greatly enthralled the audience. It was wonderful to hear the children’s expressive tones as they recited poems in Hindi, French and Chinese with equal ease, moving ahead as messengers for true world peace and building a beautiful global garden. The mesmerizing dance performance in the finale was an icing on the cake. The winners were awarded certificates and applauded for their effort. 




Book Fair (III-V)
17-02-2017

A good book is our friend, philosopher and guide. Reading helps in creation, understanding, relaxation and gives meaning to one’s life.

Keeping this in view a Book Fair was organized in the school premises to inculcate good reading habits and bring awareness. A wide range of books and related material was displayed creating an exciting environment. The school has always put in efforts to help children excel in academics and co-curricular activities. This event has added an extra charm among the ardent readers to broaden their vision.




A plethora of activities(III-V)
16-02-2017

Wisdom and experience of the year that was, will inspire and educate the year to come.

As the academic session 2016-17 comes to an end and the students complete one more fulfilling year of fun filled learning, a plethora of activities and competitions have been organized for the students of classes III-V to end the year on a happy note. These activities will provide a platform to the students to showcase their creativity and confidence, and discover and develop their innate talent and abilities. These include -

I.   Class Presentations

II.  Book Fair

III. Personality Development Week

•Class Project

•International Mother Language Day – Poetry Recitation

•Cooking without Fire

•Group Song Competition

IV. Group Dance Competition

V.  Sports Day

 




Class Presentation (III-B)
15-02-2017

“There are many little ways to enlarge your world. Love of books is the best of all.”

 To inculcate the habit of reading books among the children, a class presentation was organised by the students of class III-B on 15 February 2017. The students dramatized the stories of ‘Akbar-Birbal’, the famous characters from distant history who always bring a smile on our face with just the mention of their names. The presentation provided a platform for the budding artists to showcase their indomitable talent. The students were adorned with innovative, extremely beautiful and colourful costumes. The powerful performance of children was captivating. The teachers and audience were thrilled by their phenomenal performance. Kudos to the young actors of SPS! The young champs of SPS learnt the value of wit and humour in their life. It tickled their funny bones. The presentation ended with scintillating qawwali performance which motivated the young learners to read lots of books.  




Ballad Enactment Competition
08-02-2017

Ballads are long narrative poems that create a mesmerizing effect. An Inter house English Ballad Enactment Competition was organized for classes VI-VIII on 8 February 2017. The children presented beautiful ballads by eminent poets such as Alfred Noyes, Vikram Seth, Robert Southey, Thomas Campbell etc. They not only recited but, also, enacted the poems with enthusiasm. The judgement was on the basis of intonation, expression and acting skills of the students. The principal Mrs. Mona Rastogi congratulated the students and appreciated the efforts put in both by the students and the teachers to make the competition a success.


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Basant Panchami (Classes I and II)
01-02-2017
Basant Panchami was observed on 1 February 2017 by the students of classes I and II. Special assembly was organized in which children presented poems and sang rhymes for goddess Saraswati. Children came in yellow dress and enjoyed yellow food.


Winter FLavour Week (Classes I and II)
20-01-2017

Winter Flavour Week was observed from 16th January to 20th January by the students of Classes I and II. Students enjoyed different winter delicacies like gajar halwa, saag, peanuts and above all stuffed paranthas and learnt their nutritional value.




Intra Class Activity-Mathematics(III-V)
09-01-2017

‘Mathematics expresses itself everywhere in almost every facet of life’.

Children are not limited in what they can do when they have mathematical skills and to develop their interest further in this subject, intraclass activities were organized for the students of classes III-V. During ‘Show and Tell’ in class III, the children showed diverse items like mother’s wallet, models of butterfly, pizza, Taj Mahal etc. to show the use of mathematical calculations, numbers, shapes, symmetry in everyday life.

The ‘Fancy Dress’ organized for Class IV gave the children ample opportunities to show the application of Maths in cooking, architecture, sports, banking and the students of class V displayed their knowledge of Maths along with their oratory skills in the ‘Maths Speech’ activity.




Intra Class EVS Fancy Dress Competition (Class III)
09-01-2017

‘Dress in style, Act in style, Style is the mantra of life’

It is the constant endeavour of the school to provide a platform to the students to showcase their creativity and sensitize them towards their environment. 

An Intra Class EVS Fancy Dress Competition was organized for the students of class III. It was great fun for the kids to be dressed in colourful and vibrant attires. They depicted a great variety of themes – social, cultural, environment, health, hygiene etc. The activity was truly mesmerizing. The students spoke confidently and were appreciated for their wonderful performance. 




Handwriting Week (III-V)
30-12-2016

A neat and beautiful handwriting always draws attention.

Keeping this goal in mind, the students of Classes III-V observed ‘Handwriting Week’. The primary objective of this activity was to encourage the students to improve their calligraphy skills. The response of the children was very encouraging as they left no stone unturned to achieve perfection in their handwriting and write neatly and beautifully. 




Computer Competition (Class IV)
28-12-2016

‘Let’s Be Digital’

We are living in a digital world and to enhance the digital creativity among the students, an Intra Class ‘PowerPoint Presentation Competition’ was organized for the students of class IV. The students made colourful PPTs on the topic ‘India- A Country of My Dreams’. This activity tested their proficiency in expressing themselves digitally. Students participated with great zeal and enjoyed creating beautiful presentations. Deserving students were awarded certificates.




Christmas Celebrations (Classes I and II)
22-12-2016
Christmas time is here again. The beginning of december month always reminds us of the festival Christmas. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm every year. This year also celebration of one full week was taken up in classes I and II. The students coloured X-mas tree, bells, gift box and stockings and decorated them.They also took part in dance and carols. A short and sweet function was held and principal mam also cut the cake. All fairies and santas were looking fabulous.


Energy Conservation Day (Classes I and II)
14-12-2016
Energy Conservation Day was observed in classes I and II on 14 December 2016. It is very important to make today's child aware about saving energy resources like electricity and water. The discussion was taken up in classes about how to save electricity.The students also made posters on the topic with the help of their parents. Best posters were displayed.


RALLY AGAINST CHILD LABOUR
07-12-2016

The NCC cadets of the school organized a social awareness rally on the pressing issue of child labour. The rally was organized on 7th December 2016 in the school neighbourhood to help raise awareness for the cause. The cadets educated the public about the importance of not employing underage children in their homes, shops, factories etc. They highlighted the role of education in nation building and how we will hamper the growth of the country if our children do not get an opportunity to study and learn. They made the people aware that child labour is punishable, legal offence and that all children under the age of 14 are covered by the Right to Education(RTE) Act which makes it mandatory for them to be enrolled in schools rather than being employed somewhere.




Sandwich Making Activity(Classes I and II)
30-11-2016
To arise the interest of students in making something for them little chefs at work activity was taken up on 30th November 2016. The students made sandwiches of their choice and enjoyed cooking without fire.


Movie Time (Classes I and II)
28-11-2016
Watching movie with friends is great fun. Children learn how to behave well when they are out with teachers and friends. Movie Time was arranged for classes I and II on 28th November 2016 and 1st December 2016 respectively. Children enjoyed their favourite movie Motu Patlu and had popcorn and frooti.


CELEBRATION OF CONSTITUTION DAY
26-11-2016

The school celebrated Constitution Day as per the communication received from the CBSE and Ministry of HRD, Government of India. Mass reading of the Preamble to the Constitution of India was conducted in all the classes. In addition to the reading, the teachers talked to the students about the importance of our Constitution and the need to respect and uphold it for national progress. Group discussions were held in the classes regarding how each one of us can contribute to the national cause. 26th November is now celebrated every year as Constitution Day and the students were encouraged to understand the basic spirit of the constitution in order to instill in them a sense of patriotism for being a part of a great nation.




Winter Bonanza ( Classes I and II )
21-11-2016

India has variety of seasons.Same way our country is famous for variety of food as per different seasons. To make our tiny tots aware about delicious food items around them classes I and II observed Winter Bonanza Week.They brought delicacies of winter like pulao, stuffed parantha and above all gazar ka halwa in tiffin and enjoyed eating together from 21st November to 25th November 2016.




MATHS WEEK-CLASSES IX-X
15-11-2016

“Pure mathematics is in its way, the poetry of logical ideas.”

 

To educate the learners about the use of Mathematics in daily life, Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura held the Mathematics Week from 15 November to 18 November, 2016. Various interesting activities were conducted to engage the children. The students enthusiastically took part in brain-storming sessions such as Sudoku, Rangoli-making, Maths Quiz, Map Activity and Collage Making. These activities enhanced the cognitive and logical skills of the students. With the support of the untiring teachers, students got a wonderful opportunity to explore the beauty of the maths and its application in their life. Overall, it was a very enriching experience for everyone.  


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"Education and Progress go hand in hand"- Essay Writing Competition
11-11-2016

The man, who spent all his life fighting for a unified India, unified us again on this enriching occasion of Essay writing competition.

In the memory of birth anniversary of Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad, our school organised an essay writing competition for classes VI- VIII on 11 November 2016.

The teachers motivated and guided the students on the importance of education in the life of a student. The students participated with great fervour and enthusiasm and it turned out to be an extremely successful event altogether.

 

The students got a chance to portray their writing skills in a manner that is both qualitative and critical.




Card Making Competition (Classes I and II)
04-11-2016

Cards are the medium to express emotions and love for others. Students of classes I and II had Card Making Competition held on 4th November 2016 (Friday). They used their creative ideas to make beautiful cards. Five best entries were awarded in each class.




Diwali Craft Competition (III-V)
25-10-2016

‘Light is the harbinger of joy, prosperity and eternal bliss of the soul.’

Diwali is the perfect blend of the above attributes. It is the festival of lights and fun and fills the air with celebrations. A song in the heart, smile on the face and happiness around, marks the festivity associated with Diwali. To mark this occasion, a craft competition was organized for classes III-V on 25 October 2016. The tiny tots of classes III-V ornamented earthern diyas, made beautiful wall hangings and rangoli.A special assembly was also organized. A colourful cultural programme was held and it was enjoyed by all.The students participated with zeal and enthusiasm and showcased their talent.

Wishing all the parents, students and teachers of Sachdeva Public School family a very ‘Happy Diwali’.




Diwali Celebrations ( Classes I and II )
24-10-2016

Diwali week was celebrated from 24th october to 28th October by the students of classes I and II. Activities like visit to the temple, diya decoration and diwali party were arranged and fully enjoyed by the children. The festival of lights was celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm and excitement.




World Food Day Celebrations (III-V)
16-10-2016

‘Let everyday be a ‘World Day’ against food waste’

Classes III-V celebrated ‘World Food Day’ on 16 October 2016. The official goal of the day was to heighten public awareness of world food problem and strengthen the struggle against hunger, malnutrition and poverty. Students wrote messages on placards and spread a word, emphasising the goal of the day. They also motivated other students to come forward and do their bit in this initiative. All the students took a pledge, not to waste food, as a small step towards ending hunger in the world.


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Cleanliness Drive (Classes I and II)
13-10-2016

Cleanliness is the basic habit to keep everyone healthy. Our Prime Minister Mr.Narendra Modi has started cleanliness drive with the name - " Swachh Bharat Abhiyan" which is being followed everywhere. He wants that every citizen f the country whether young or old must understand the importance of keeping clean. So even in schools little children are being guided how to keep their surroundings clean. Keeping this is mind students of classes I and II also took part in cleanliness drive. They made posters on cleanliness.they walked in chain around the school to spread message how to keep surroundings clean, use dustbin, grow more plants for freshness of air. They also planted saplings with the help of gardener in school. They were told to talk to their elders about cleanliness of home and surroundings.




Movie on Dusshera
07-10-2016

 Another activity to indulge the children into a plethora of fun was organised on 7th October ’16. The movie was greatly rejoiced by the kids.




Activities in the Junior Library during Moral Values Week (III to V)
05-10-2016

‘We are all born empty vessels that can be shaped by moral values.’

Many innovative interesting activities were organized in the Junior Library for the students of Classes III to V during the Moral Values Week. The students of Class III watched moral stories in the Library periods. This was followed by class discussion wherein different moral values were highlighted. The students of Class IV read story books and drew sketches of their favourite character. The students of Class V read biographies of famous people and wrote about the qualities that inspired them the most. The thought provoking activities made learning a fun filled experience for the students which will help in character building and development of core values in the little ones. The students from all classes participated enthusiastically and their response was stupendous.




Bookmark Competition
30-09-2016

To extend the creative instinct of our little ones, we had organized a Bookmark making competition on Friday, the 30th September ’16 where the children enjoyed a lot by learning to create the bookmark with multitude of designs. Finally the bookmark was embellished upon with decorative material by the kids. 




Intraclass Activity-Hindi Suvichar (III-V)
30-09-2016

Keep your words positive, because your words become your behavior

Keep your behaviour positive, because your behaviour becomes your habits

Keep your habits positive, because your habits become your values

Keep your values positive, because your values become your destiny.

 

To channelize the thinking process of our young learners in a positive direction Intraclass Activity – Hindi Suvichar was organized in Classes III to V during the month of September. The participants spoke on a wide range of topics like honesty, discipline, an ideal student, punctuality, respecting elders, cleanliness etc. The activity provided the students a platform to exhibit their oratory skills and boosted their confidence further. It created awareness among the participants as well as the audience about the positive change they can bring about in their personality to contribute to the society and make the world we inhabit a better place to live in.




Interhouse Group Song Competition (III & IV)
29-09-2016

‘Words make you think, Music makes you feel, A song makes you feel a thought.’

Music binds souls, hearts and emotions. It is a known fact that listening to music is the best form of relaxation. Considering this, an Interhouse Group Song Competition was organized for classes III & IV. The students participated with great zeal and gusto. The competition reached its zenith of excitement when the students performed exceedingly well. Each house showed its mastery over voice modulation, sur, rhythm and sang with great enthusiasm. The rhythm and the beats of the Group singing Competition resonated through Activity Hall and the response from the audience was overwhelming. The Principal Ms. Mona Rastogi congratulated the students and the teachers for putting up a wonderful show.




Camel Colour Contest(III-V)
23-09-2016

‘The World is but a canvas to the imagination’

Keeping this in view classes III-V organized ‘Camel Colour Contest’ for the students. The topic of the contest for  Classes III & IV was ‘My Hobby’ and Class V was ‘City Traffic’. The children participated with great enthusiasm showcasing their hobbies, artistic flavour and imagination through a splash of colours mingled with creativity and innovation. The creative hands had a wonderful experience.