The INTRA MUN 2019 was held for  classes VIII-XII on 19th October 2019

The INTRA MUN 2019 was held on 19th October 2019 and was chaired by two very experienced MUNers: Sanjeet Aggarwal and V. Chaitanya. It was attended by students from classes VIII-XII. The committee was the United Nations General Assembly and the Agenda was the 'Effect of Use of Drones in Areas of Conflict'. The students participated enthusiastically and worked throughout the day to reach practical solutions to the much debated issue in the international forum.

Gandhiji quiz was conducted with class VI on 14th October 2019

To encourage the students to enhance their knowledge on our Father of the Nation Respected   Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, a Quiz was organised for class 6th, on the occasion of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. It is a matter of great pride that the participants in the Quiz by their in-depth knowledge and information on Mahatma Gandhi,  impressed the audience. Indeed it was a great learning experience for all the students.

Elocution was held for Hindi and Sanskrit students of Class IX on 10th October 2019 on the theme 'Mera jeewan hi Mera sandesh hai'

Experiential learning about electricity and circuits for class VI C on September 2019

students of class VI C created a basic electric circuit using a cell/battery, wire, bulb and switch. They used different objects in place of a switch to explore conductors and insulators. Hands on activity was followed by a quiz.

Science Exhibition by students of classes VI to VIII on 31st August 2019
Subject enrichment activity by students of class VI A on 29th August 2019

Students of class 6 A created comic strip of popular Jataka Tales as a part of subject enrichment activity.

'The Clown's Cry for the Moon' performance by  Khilona Theatre Group on 29th August 2019
Theatre Exchange Programme on the 24th August 2019 with students of King's College, Rohtak, India

Students of the Speech and Drama class attended a theatre exchange programme on the 24th of August with students of King's College, India hosted by the latter in their campus in Rohtak. Our students presesnted 7 performances including a poetry enactment, Shakespearean monologue, mime act, and a stage play. They participated in interactive activities testing their promptness, creativity and team work. They enjoyed by making new friends and exchanging their knowledge and ideas.

Leadership camp was organized for student council on 17th August 2019 in Tikkling Camp, Gurugram

Our student council consisting of badge holders from 8th, 11th and 12th attended a leadership camp on 17th August 2019 in Tikkling Camp, Gurugram, organized by Rocksports. They had an interactive workshop conducted by Mr. Rohit Kumar on honing leadership skills and building a progressive and productive society, which was followed by physical activities and games aimed at team building and critical thinking. The students enjoyed themselves and returned with the satisfaction of having learnt something they could inculcate in their day to day lives.

The 73rd Independence Day was celebrated with the usual fervour and enthusiasm in the school

This year the Independence Day was extra special because it happens to be the 150th birth anniversary year of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation. To make this special year’s Independence truly memorable and meaningful, the school, along with Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, Delhi (GSDS) organised the ‘CHANGE150 – a Youth-Powered Celebration’ activity in the school on 14 August 2019. 

The students wrote, drew, painted and used various handcrafted mediums to articulate their social change ideas in postcards that they had happily bought from the local post offices. As part of the project, the best change ideas will be handpicked and presented to the Hon. Prime Minister of India to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The students of class VIII also flew self-made kites with messages on ‘Freedom and our Duty’ as part of Mathematics activity. The feeling of pride on being part of such a glorious nation was quite evident when the chief guest for the day unfurled the national flag which was followed by the school reverberating with the National Anthem. 

This year the Independence Day was extra special because it happens to be the 150th birth anniversary year of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation. To make this special year’s Independence truly memorable and meaningful, the school, along with Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, Delhi (GSDS) organised the ‘CHANGE150 – a Youth-Powered Celebration’ activity in the school on 14 August 2019. 

The students wrote, drew, painted and used various handcrafted mediums to articulate their social change ideas in postcards that they had happily bought from the local post offices. As part of the project, the best change ideas will be handpicked and presented to the Hon. Prime Minister of India to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The students of class VIII also flew self-made kites with messages on ‘Freedom and our Duty’ as part of Mathematics activity. The feeling of pride on being part of such a glorious nation was quite evident when the chief guest for the day unfurled the national flag which was followed by the school reverberating with the National Anthem. 

Students of class XII enjoying a break from academics in rains on 9th August 2019
Visit to Little Theatre Group Auditorium for the play "History Diaries- Trade to Territory" with classes VII &VIII on 8th August 2019

An educational excursion was organised for classes 7th and 8th to the Little Theatre Group Auditorium on 8th August 2019. A play on "History Diaries- Trade to Territory" was shown to the student so as to enrich the knowledge on the subject and to take the learning beyond the four walls of the classroom. The play was meticulously planned and staged in a manner to bring fun and enthusiasm among the students besides making them aware of the important Historical events like Battle of Plassey, Revolt of 1857 etc. In addition, the play included pinch of music and dance. It indeed helped the students to deepen their social and historical knowledge with respect to their own Nation and culture.

Art integration with Hindi for Class X on 31st July 2019

Students of class X integrated their Hindi lesson "Bihari Ke Dohe" with various performing Art forms along with "Madhubani Paintings".

Art integration with Hindi for classes VII A, B & C on 31st July 2019

Students of class VII A, B & C integrated their Hindi lesson with Art, where they learnt about "Varli Paintings" and created some Varli Drawings.

Experiential learning for class VI C  for  Subject Integration Science with Maths on 31 July 2019

Students of class 6 C, integrated science with maths while doing their lesson Garbage in Garbage out where they made bar graph of top five solid waste producing nations in the world. Newspaper was used as a resource material.

 

Art integration with Science for classes VI A & VI C on 25th July 2019

Students of class VI A and VI C integrated their Science topic " Air around us" with Art, where they learnt about musical instruments that work with air.

Experiential learning for classes VI A &VI C for Science on 25th July 2019

On 25 July 2019, students of class 6 had fun while doing pinwheel activity experiencing that air is all around us.

Art integration with Hindi for class VI C on 18th July 2019

Students of class VI C integrated their Hindi poem " Mitti Ki Mahima" with Art, where they learnt about clay modelling and created some clay models.

Visit to Rajya Sabha by the students of Classes XI & XII on 15th &16th July 2019

The students of classes went to Rajya Sabha on 15th and 16th July 2019 respectively, where they witnessed question hour and gained the Insight in to how our Parliament functions.

Experiential learning for class 8 students for 'Fire Safety' at DLF Promenade on 16 July 2019

The students of class VIII visited DLF promenade, on 16 July 2019, as part of an experiential learning activity. The students were shown the fire extinguishers, sprinklers and the fire hydrants used in the mall. They demonstrated how to use the equipment followed by student practising it themselves. They were also taught about the various aspects of fire control and safety, along with a tour of the pump room, control room, various detectors, alarms, exits and other such arrangements throughout the mall. The students enjoyed the visit, which was also good learning experience.

Experiential learning for class VI C  for  Subject Integration Science with Maths on 16 May 2019

On 16 May 2019, in Science class, students of VI C analyzed the consumption of water by their families in a day for different activities and plotted it on a bar graph. Subject Integration Science with Maths.

 
Experiential learning for class VI A  for Social Science on 16 May 2019
In Social Science, while studying the Mesolithic Era, students of class VI A used the school staircase as a learning aid (BALA) on 16 May 2019 where Cave Paintings, done by students, were displayed.
 
 
Experiencal learning for class VI A & VI C for Science on 13 May 2019

On 13 May 2019, in Science class, students of classes VI A and VI C learnt the concept of "weaving" through experiential learning.
 
 
A group of students from classes VIII, IX and XI participated in the 12th Chinese Bridge- Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign Secondary Schools organised by the Embassy of China in association with our school on 08 May 2019

The competition was presided over by Counsellor Dr. Jiang Yili, wife of the Ambassador of People’s Republic of China. Dr Yili is also the Principal of The Sunshine School located in the Embassy of China.

Students of class VI did a group activity for English subject and made a collage on topic 'My School Tech Savvy'  on 1 May 2019
Geography students of XI  B participated in the student voice campaign on climate changes  on 26th April,  at Jantar Mantar
Greta Thunberg a young 16 year old along with www.fridaysforfuture.org is on an mission to call for urgent action on climate .
PRATYEK that convenes the www.NINEISMINE.in campaign is supporting this child advocate. 
To make her global strikes a sustainable and long term movement towards COP-25 (Chile), they planned to have the gathering of students on the 26th April 2019, Friday at the Jantar Mantar Street from 8:30 am to 11:30 am. The aim of this strike was to empower children as rights defenders of the Earth.
There were total of 16 students of ours who participated in the strike accompanied by teachers . They met various members of the 'Nine is Mine' campaign and interacted with various'Save The Tree' NGO members, environmentalists. The students performed beatboxing on stage and talked about environmental issues.
Our students took immense participation in the strike,they also did 'Street Art' to send across a strong message as young environment saviours. They also pledged to be part of save environment mission. They also talked to media and participated as speaker members as a part of short documentary. They also shared the information on 'school water recycling plant'.
 
Experiencal learning for class VII for Hindi on 24 April 2019
Students of class 7th were taken to the rainwater harvesting plant of our school to show them the storage process of rainwater, related to their Hindi poem 'Varsha Bahaar'.
The poem says about the importance of water and rain for our environment.
 
 
Earth Day Quiz for classes VI, VII, VIII held on April 16, 2019
Hindi Newspaper Activity was conducted in class VII C for Hindi grammar on 10 April 2019
Experiencal learning for class VI C for Hindi on 9 April 2019

Students of class 6 C were taken to the Social Science Lab to show them some maps related to their Hindi chapter 'Taapu ki khoj', to connect them to the realistic world and to understand the depth of the chapter.

Visit to 'India Gaming Show 2019' at Pragati Maidan , by students of class VI and VII on 4 February 2019
Heritage Walk to 'Humayun's Tomb'  by students of class IX and X on 2 February 2019

On Saturday 2 February 2019, the Society of Caretakers of Heritage (S.O.C.H) conducted a heritage walk with the parents of our school's students of classes Nursery to IV, to the Humayun's Tomb. The walk was conducted by 14 members of the S.O.C.H initiative, across classes IX to X who were accompanied by 3 teachers. The students acted as guides and covered various parts of the complex which are often not visited or seen by most visitors. The parents got to know fascinating facts about the place and it was definitely a great learning experience for the students as well. The team earned praises from the parents who were impressed with the research and in-depth knowledge of all members. In their words...

"All the students had immense knowledge about Humayun's tomb complex. We are proud of our school where such initiatives are undertaken." - Lt Col Akshay Diane

"The students had researched well." -Vanita Dhingra

"The walk was well organised." -Mahesh Kumar

Students of class VI exhibit their science projects on 21 January 2019
Sometimes you win and sometimes you learn - John C Maxwell
 
Science is a way of organising what we already know and learning more by experiments. Keeping up with the spirit of Imagine,Invent,Inspire ; students of class VI displayed their scientific temper by exhibiting their projects on 21 January 2019.

Celebrating 'National Mathematics Day' on 22 December 2018
Heritage Walk for Students of Classes IX and X to Nizamuddin Dargah,Delhi on 10 December 2018
Visit to 'worlds of wonder' by Students of classes XI and XII on 08 December 2018
Students of class VI C did a 'Hindi Naatak' Activity on humanity and equality with all religions on 5 December 2018
Students of class VI B did a science activity to check the 'solubility of the given samples' on 16 November 2018
To commemorate National Education Day students designed posters on the importance of education on 12 November 2018