ACTIVITY - ‘LENDING A HELPING HAND – EDUCATION FOR ALl’
“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”
Education is an important tool that not only enables a person to expand his / her vision & outlook but also helps in becoming a responsible citizen of the society. More importantly, education provides us with the mental agility to make the right and prompt decisions.
To help the children understand the need for equality in education, the activity ‘Lending a Helping Hand – Education for all’ was conducted on 25.11.22. Reinforcing the concept of reuse and recycle, the students were guided to creatively cover gently used story books and write a inspirational message or slogan on them. They were motivated to donate the books to the school’s support staff with an aim to ignite the spirit of reading in them. The students were also encouraged to donate these story books to the needy or under privileged people in their neighbourhood.
ACTIVITY: EVERY DROP COUNTS -SAVE WATER’
An elusive, colourless, tasteless, and odourless liquid – Water, forms the foundation of the most important element of this planet - Life. It is imperative that young children understand the need to value and treasure this precious resource for future generations. To make the children realise that reckless and incessant use of water will lead to its disappearance soon, an activity ‘Every Drop Counts - Save Water’ was conducted on 20.10.22 under the aegis of Aao Hath Barhayein club. The students of classes II & III performed a Street Play highlighting the importance of water. The importance of water and ways to conserve it were beautifully explained by the students. In the end, a pledge to save water was also taken by the students.
ACTIVITY: BE FANTASTIC, SAY NO TO PLASTIC
Plastic may epitomize convenience, but with the damage they cause through production, distribution and litter, its overconsumption is a major threat to the environment and human health. Education can equip young children with skills that can help them develop innovative climate solutions. With this aim the activity, ‘Be Fantastic, Say No to Plastic’ was conducted for the students of classes II & III on 22.09.22. The objective of the activity was to make students understand the harmful effect of plastic on our environment and need to take strict measures to reduce its usage, especially one - time plastic. They were encouraged to reflect over this global concern and think of strategies for reducing the usage of plastic. They were apprised of some eco-friendly alternatives of plastic.
As a follow-up activity they decorated jute bags and wrote a slogan on the theme - Say No to Plastic. The activity helped the students realise their significant role in keeping the Mother Earth safe.
ACTIVITY : BIRD TREATS
With an aim to enlighten the young minds about the importance of birds in our ecosystem and the vital role played by them in controlling pests and acting as pollinators, an immersive activity ‘Bird Treats’ was conducted on 18.08.22. The children tried hands on making an attractive ‘Bird Feeder’. They were encouraged to create an all- natural bird feeder using materials available at home. The activity gave them an opportunity to observe the wonders of nature. It also helped them to connect with nature, value and appreciate it. They realised it is their duty to protect the feathered creatures and save our ecosystem from falling apart.
CLEAN INDIA GREEN INDIA
Cleanliness is essential for a healthy body and mind. With an aim to sensitise the students towards the need to keep our surroundings clean, the activity , ‘Clean India Green India’ was conducted on 21.07.22. They educated their peers and the school staff about the benefits of cleanliness & greenery and joined hands to clean up the school playground. The activity encouraged them to keep themselves and their surroundings clean and hygienic.
ACT OF BENEVOLENCE
Educating students about the community helpers and the roles they play in our daily lives, is highly important. With this motive, an activity was conducted on 21.04.21 under the aegis of Aao Haath Barhayein Club. The students made beautiful ‘Thank you’ cards for the helpers in school. They expressed their gratitude towards them and gifted them the card along with goodies as a token of love. The activity helped instilling good values and imparting valuable lessons to the students.
TRIP TO SOLAR SYSTEM
When you look at the stars and the galaxy, you feel that you are not just from any piece of land, but from the solar system.
To make the young learners experience the joy behind discovering the solar system and finding fun trivia about the different planets & the Sun, a special assembly (Class II) and Bookmark Making Activity (Class I & III) was conducted on 02.11.2022. The assembly included an interesting role play on solar system, mellifluous singing and energetic dance performance. The children enjoyed a fanciful ‘Trip to the Solar System’ through this educational and action-oriented activity which was a great way to stimulate their imagination.
Interesting videos on the solar system were shown to the students of classes I & III which was followed by the Bookmark Making Activity. They made innovative and colourful bookmarks showcasing different celestial bodies and displayed variety of creative designs. Their enthusiasm and excitement on achieving the outcome knew no bounds.
PROMOTING QUALITY EDUCATION IN ASTRONOMY
Space exploration and related careers is an ever-expanding area with great potential for numerous future career specialisations. Keeping this in mind the ‘ASTRONOMY CLUB’ planned a monthly
activity on 27 November 2022 based on ‘Promoting quality education in astronomy’, and to encourage students to opt for a career in astronomy. Students were to prepare a brochure related to
this and to enact as a career counsellor to guide on various prospects available.
ANNUAL AVIATION AND AEROSPACE CONVENTION
Aeross, the aerospace society of Delhi Public School R.K. Puram hosted the second edition of the Annual Aviation and Aerospace Convention- CelesteCon, an amalgamation of science and technology based competitions for students of classes VI to XII, to celebrate and foster innovation in these fields. Our school participated in five event namely Cosmoverse, Dimension III-A, 3D Designing, Crossword, Quizzitch and In Pursuit of Dispute.
ASTRONOMY CLUB ACTIVITY – 14 OCTOBER 2022
The Astronomy Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus organised an activity for the students of Class V from October 25, 2022 to November 8, 2022. The objective of the activity was to increase awareness about SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation among students and to explore the presence of ‘Aqua Pura’ in Space. Access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene is the most basic human need for health and well-being.
Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6) aims to make water accessible universally by 2030. Children were instructed to make an E-Poster on how water at the International Space Station is judiciously used and recycled, how astronauts can live in space with limited water for months, discovery of water on extra-terrestrial objects (planets/ moon) and future possibilities.
Students enhanced their knowledge through research and collection of facts. Motivated by curiosity, students took a deep dive to understand the rarity of water in the space. Their creativity soared new heights through this activity.
The activity provided a platform for students to enjoy a wonderful blend of astronomy and technology. All the students participated with great gusto.
CLASSES : I, II & III
The Astronomy Club Activity organised on 14.10.22 gave the students of classes I, II and III an excellent learning opportunity wherein they learnt about a space rocket. They learnt some very interesting facts about a rocket and explored the world of stars and mystery around outer space. Students enthusiastically let their imaginations soar and showcased their artistic skills. Our enthusiastic learners created their own space rockets using cut outs of different shapes. With an aspiration to travel to the Moon, they joyfully displayed their crafty rockets. Our budding Astronauts explored the world of stars through this simple craft activity.
NATIONAL ASTRO - TOON COMPETITION
SPACE Organization conducted the “National Astro-toon Competition” on the theme “Space and Sustainability” wherein the participants made cartoons related to Space and Sustainability, Space Debris, measuring climate change, identifying pollution on land and at sea, supporting agriculture in developing nations, etc. Middle Department participated in Category 3 (Class VI-VIII) and prepared beautiful entries under the guidance of Ms. Soma Ganguly.
CELEBRATING ASTRONOMY MONTH IN OCTOBER
To celebrate October as the ASTRONOMY MONTH, the Middle Department conducted a series of activities for its students. Book Mark Making activity was conducted with 42 students of class VI on 10 October 2022. An audio book activity was conducted wherein students of class VIII read a few astronomical details from a book which were supported by an audio clip. Tattoo Making Activity was conducted on 11 October 2022 wherein students painted tattoos with different colours highlighting our planets, stars and universe. A movie depicting the essence of our universe was presented for 300 students of class VIII. On 12
October 2022, Astro Talk was organized in which participation of 96 students was witnessed. A brochure designing activity was organized outlining the different techniques of managing waste in space.
The Astronomy Club of the Middle Department organised a short online quiz for its students as a part of its celebration of the Astronomy Week. It was attempted by a total of 115 students. A tour to the Nehru Planetarium was organised with a small group of 5 students of class VIII where they learned a lot of new things about planets and other celestial bodies. 23 students of the Middle Department presented the approach of ‘learning by doing’ by preparing delicious food items in different astronomical shapes and objects. 80 students of class VIII created wonderful spaceships using different geometrical shapes.
SUSTAINABLE SPACE AND ITS IMPORTANCE- A WEBINAR AT NEHRU PLANETARIUM
16 students of Astronomy Club, from class VIII, attended a webinar in association with STEM and SPACE Organization on 7th and 8th October, 2022. The webinar was guided by Dr. Patralekha Mila Mitra, Co-Founder and Academic Head of - STEM & Space organization with extensive experience in popularizing space science in the common public, especially school students. The webinar continued for a duration of 2 hours, on the YouTube Channel Nehru Planetarium. It was based on “SUSTAINABLE SPACE AND ITS IMPORTANCE”.
PHASES OF MOON
“From the Moon’s Surface, The Earth is But a Tiny,
Blue Teardrop in the inky blackness of space.”
With an aim to inculcate interest in various facets of astronomy, the Club conducted a very exciting activity - ‘Phases of Moon’ on 14.09.22 for the students of classes I, II and III. It engaged our young learners in an enjoyable manner and promoted rational thinking. The students relished learning some fascinating facts about the brightest object in the night sky ‘The Moon’ through a video. They explored the phases of the Moon and depicted these phases through a beautiful craft work using different paper cutouts. Craftwork of our students reflected that they were able to analyze and demonstrate their learning clearly and logically.
SUPERHERO, SUPER SUN
The Astronomy Club organized a very fascinating activity Superhero, Super Sun for the students of classes I, II and III on 31.08.22. Through the activity the students got an opportunity to learn interesting facts about the Sun, the only star in our solar system through a video. After learning about its role in the universe, our budding astronomers designed their own Sun Head gear. The main objective of the activity was to motivate them to explore the world of stars.
PEEK A BOO - ALIEN MASK
Classes I, II & III
Under the aegis of the Astronomy Club, activity, Peek - a - Boo - Alien Mask’ was conducted for the students of classes I, II and III on 8 July 2022. The activity aimed at introducing the students to the term Alien, an extra-terrestrial life-form, or a being from another planet. The possible existence of aliens was discussed and the students were shown an animated story – The Aliens Visit the Earth followed by a hands-on craft activity wherein they created their own imaginary alien.
PEEK A BOO - ALIEN MASK
Classes I, II & III
Under the aegis of the Astronomy Club, activity, Peek - a - Boo - Alien Mask’ was conducted for the students of classes I, II and III on 8 July 2022. The activity aimed at introducing the students to the term Alien, an extra-terrestrial life-form, or a being from another planet. The possible existence of aliens was discussed and the students were shown an animated story – The Aliens Visit the Earth followed by a hands-on craft activity wherein they created their own imaginary alien.
LAUNCH YOUR ROCKET
The Primary Department - GR Campus conducted an Astronomy Club activity ‘Launch Your Rocket’ for the students of Class IV. The objective of the activity was to increase awareness about SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy among students and to explore and enjoy the projectile side of Astronomy.
“Science and technology are a propellant for building a thriving country, and the happiness of the people and the future of their country hinge on their development” as said by Kim Jong-un came true in the month of July.
Children were instructed to make a rocket model using only paper and tape. The divergent thinking skills and scientific endeavours were encouraged throughout this activity week.
To increase awareness about SDG2 -Zero Hunger among students, a fun filled Astro cooking for the students of Class V from 19 April 2022 to 3 May 2022.
The Sustainable Development Goal 2 (SDG 2 or Global Goal 2) aims to achieve “zero hunger”. The goals of this initiative are to end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture. Children collected any edible food item, gave them a twist and made them look like space themed objects like rocket fruit skewer, moon pie, Spiral Galaxy bread roll, Martian crackers, strawberries alien. They also prepared drinks like galaxy mocktails, fruit punch or Roohafza as rocket fuel etc. No heat/ fire was used and all of this was done under their parents’ supervision.
CELEBRATE EARTH, CELEBRATE LIFE - 19 APRIL 2022.
Earth day is celebrated every year on 22 April.On this day, people across the globe join hands together to raise awareness about environmental protection.
The Astronomy Club Activity - Celebrate Earth, Celebrate Life was conducted for the students of classes I, II and III on 19 April 2022.
The students were shown a video on Earth Day and were sensitised towards the need to save and preserve our planet followed by an informative song that teaches the importance of keeping our earth clean and green. In the follow up craft activity the students made a 2D Earth using paper tearing technique.
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School clubs are a platform for the children to hone their skills and showcase their innate talent through different hands-on activities organised throughout the year.
With an aim to sensitise our young learners towards various social and environmental issues a new club has been initiated for the students of classes I, II and III. A host of activities with
varied themes such as Global Warming, Save Water, Importance of Sports & Games, Road Safety, Health & Hygiene, Endangered Species etc. has been planned under the aegis of the
club. The children will be made aware of the impact of human actions on their immediate environment & groomed as responsible global citizens of tomorrow.
DATE – 30.11.22
CLASSES – I,II & III
“Education is the key that unlocks the golden door to freedom”
George Washington Carver
With an aim to make the children aware about the significant role of education in shaping the personality of an individual, the Aware Learners Club conducted the activity ‘शिक्षा - जीवन का मूलाधार’ on 30.11.22 for the students of classes I, II and III. The activity highlighted the importance of reading books for learning.
They were enlightened about the numerous benefits of books. To help them explore books and titles written by famous authors, they were introduced to some popular children’s authors.
In the follow- up activity, the students designed attractive cover pages of famous story books for children. They gleefully exhibited their piece of art with pride and promised to read more books.
ACTIVITY - CLEAN HOME, HAPPY HOME
CLASSES I, II & III
DATE - 17.10.22
The Aware Learners Club aims at raising awareness about social issues amongst our children. With an aim to help children imbibe the principles of good health and hygiene, they were sensitised towards the importance of cleanliness in all spheres through the activity, ‘Clean Home is a Happy Home’, conducted on 17.10.2022. Students of the classes I, II & III learnt how to formulate an all-natural mosquito repellent, using lemon and cloves. The children were apprised of the ways to keep the homes and surroundings clean. Additional information about using mosquito repellents and keeping pesky mosquitoes away for hours was shared with them. The activity played an important role in honing their focus and life skills.
महासागर जीवन का मूलाधार
The oceans are the heart of our planet. They feed us, regulate our climate, and generate most of the oxygen we breathe. With an aim to make the students aware about the importance of the oceans and the need to keep them clean, the activity ‘महासागर जीवन का मूलाधार’ was conducted for the students of classes I, II & III on 26.09.22 under the aegis of Aware Learners Club. The students were apprised of the valuable benefits and resources oceans provide us. They learnt that oceans are a home to a wide range of aquatic and marine life, which is the source of food and livelihood for many people. They were also engaged in follow-up activities - collage making and slogan writing on the theme ‘Save Marine Life’. The activities helped them appreciate the role of the oceans in the ecosystem.
THEME – NATIONAL SPORTS DAY
“Sports mirrors life. Its trials and tribulations, joys and sorrows, hopes and losses are all reminiscent of what life takes us through.”
The idiom ‘All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy’ holds true for our young learners. Playing sports, whether team-based or individual, is essential for children as it helps in improving their social skills and physical & mental health.
To celebrate the National Sports Day in school and enlighten the students about the hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand , the Aware Learners Club organised an activity on 29.08.22.
The day began with a morning assembly presented by the students of class III through which they highlighted the significance of sports in one’s lives and India’s participation in various sporting events. They took everyone on a tour to the wonderful world of sports and portrayed interesting incidents related to Major Dhyan Chand’s journey as a hockey wizard. The students expressed their gratitude towards the school for providing them ample opportunities to excel in various games and sports.
Students of Class I and II were apprised of the life of Major Dhyan Chand through a video.
In the follow-up activity they pasted the photograph of their favourite sports personality and wrote a few sentences about it. The students participated in the activities with great avidity and celebrated the contributions of Hockey wizard, Major Dhyan Chand.
THEME – CLIMATE CHANGE
ACTIVITY – प्रकृति से करो प्यार
Activity titled, 'प्रकृति से करो प्यार’was conducted for the students of classes I,II & III under the aegis of Aware Learners Club on 29.07.22. The activity focused on the theme 'Climate Change', a pressing issue and one of the biggest threat to our planet. The children were shown a video to apprise them of the causes & impact of climate change and some simple mindful acts to reduce global warming.
In the follow-up activity the students of classes II and III made a poster on the theme - 'Air Pollution'. They made creative posters using cut-outs of old newspapers/magazine and wrote thought provoking slogans. Students of class I coloured a poster based on the theme.
ACTIVITY : LAUNCH A ROCKET
The Budding Scientists Club gives our young learners an opportunity to learn some interesting scientific facts. The activity ‘Launch a Rocket’ was conducted for the students of Classes II and III on 25.11.22. Through a simple experiment demonstrated by the club masters using a balloon, string and a drinking straw, the students explored how a rocket works. They observed how the air rushes out of the balloon and creates a forward motion called thrust. The experiment aroused curiosity among the students and made them wonder how a real rocket travels up in the sky.
ACTIVITY: FIREWORKS IN A JAR
The Budding Scientist Club aims at helping the students develop interest in the field of science and cultivate a scientific temperament in them. The club organised the activity, Fireworks in a Jar for the students of classes II and III on 20 October 2022. The activity explored the science of liquid densities in a truly mesmerizing way. Students had fun while observing the cascading diffusion of food colour particles with water. They were thrilled to see how the oil and colour were immiscible whereas, when poured in water, the oil started to sink and dissolve, slowly creating a ‘fireworks’ effect. Our budding scientists were also enlightened about the varying liquid densities through a visual demonstration and they observed how oil floated on water. They enjoyed exploring the vibrant colour formations and were also apprised of other things which can float on water like, wood, thermocol etc.
ACTIVITY: MAGICAL MAGNETS
Under the aegis of the Budding Scientists Club, activity ‘Magnetic Fun’ was organised on 22.09.22. The activity was aimed at promoting learning by doing & broadened the perspective of our young learners. In this activity students had fun with magnets and learnt about the different types of magnets and their applications in the real world. They made a magnetic fish game and explored how magnets attracts unlike poles and repel like poles. They enthusiastically seized the fish in the game and become cognizant of the force of attraction between the magnet and metal clip.
FUN WITH PEPPER AND SOAP
In the simple and basic science experiment – Fun with Pepper and Soap conducted on 21 July 2022, children learnt about the importance of washing their hands. They also learnt about the unique property of water. The budding scientists got excited to notice that the pepper in this experiment represented germs on their hands. Without applying soap on their finger, the germs (or pepper) could not be removed. This activity inspired our children to learn in an innovative manner. Our students enjoyed the activity as they understood a scientific principle in a fun way. Hands on science encourages our children to observe, ask questions, touch, smell, and experiment.
THE FIZZY LEMONADE
Hands on science encourages the children to do something-observe, ask questions, touch, smell, and experiment. The Budding Scientists Club conducted the activity ‘The Fizzy Lemonade’ on 21.04.2022. Through an experiment they observed how lemon juice which contains citric acid reacts to form carbon dioxide when mixed with a base, baking soda, sodium bicarbonate. They enjoyed the fun science experiment and recorded their observation in their EVS notebook.
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In a largely interconnected world, our students should be well-equipped to learn to be able to engage in communication with people from a wide variety of cultures, traditions and global issues.
In accordance with this perspective, the Children for International Community Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus provided a prestigious platform, Fabulous Facts for the students of Class IV from December 6, 2022 to December 20, 2022. The students gathered unusual and unexpected bits of knowledge from the world of history, science and architecture and pop culture of different countries like France, USA, India and Australia and presented the information in the form of a poster.
Children participated enthusiastically and widened their intellectual horizons through this creative endeavour.
Peace is the most noble and necessary pursuit. It is the only practical pathway to a better, healthier, and sustainable world for the entire human race.
In the endeavour to make the young learners appreciate the importance of peace, understand others’ point of view, think about non –violent ways to resolve differences, on International Peace Day, the Children For International Community Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus organised an exciting activity for the students of Class IV from September 27, 2022 to October 11, 2022. The students were allotted roles of ‘peace messengers’ from different countries across the globe. Students dressed up as different peace messengers and delivered an excerpt of their speech.
The creative insights shared by the students dressed up as peace messengers captivated a lot of attention and was acknowledged by the entire department.
WORLD OF ENCHANTED TALES
Stories give wings to our imagination and take us to places beyond the boundaries of our physical world. Since time immemorial, storytelling has been an integral part of childhood. It becomes imperative to organise activities that engage students in this age-old learning technique.
The Children for International Community Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus organised a Storytelling Activity ‘World of Enchanted tales’ for the students of Class V on August 16, 2022. This activity was a part of ICC Club’s action plan- LITERARY MARVELS.
Students of Class V narrated famous traditional stories on friendship from different cultures around the world. The young enthusiastic storytellers captivated attention with their facial expressions, gestures and voice modulation. They also used their technical skills to enhance the presentation through the videos and clips. The effort and hard work of the children was highly commendable.
The tales presented by the students became a source of reinforcement of moral values for the audience and invoked their mental faculties in forming a new story using their own imagination.
ACCOUNTANCY ACTIVITY : FOOD FOR THOUGHT
The Commerce Department of Bal Bharati Public School , GRH Marg organized an Accounting activity ‘Food for thought’ for students of class XII E,F & G in the month of June 2022. The students were guided to do a comparative analysis of two countries- one developed & one under developed with respect to food related aspects like availability & accessibility of food, consumption pattern, major export & import of food items, Govt. measures to supply food to underprivileged etc.
The students did a wonderful job from selection of the countries to presenting their findings with the help of Accounting & Statistical tools like bar/pie diagrams, ratios, percentages etc.
The outcome was informative & interesting PPTs. Through this activity, learners were able to enhance their analytical & ICT skills.
BUSINESS STUDIES : ‘EUDEMONIA’ – SLOGAN WRITING ACTIVITY
The Commerce Department of Bal Bharati Public School , GRH Marg organized a Slogan writing activity “Eudemonia” in the month of May 2022.This activity was based on UN Sustainable Development Goal , Good Health and Welfare. The activity was conducted to create sensitivity among students regarding primacy of good health as a part of leading fulfilling and happy life.
The objective of this activity is to propagate the fundamental need of promoting health and well being and commit yourself to a global effort to eradicate diseases, strengthen treatment and healthcare and address emerging health issues.
The students were given the task to prepare slogans on A3 sheets keeping in mind the content , presentation ,creativity and aesthetic appeal. The commerce students showcased great enthusiasm and wrote motivational slogans on being happy, eating healthy and exercising as a way to promote sustainable health and wellbeing of the community .
The Dramatics Club was initiated in 2009 to hone the creative and dramatic abilities of our students with the ultimate purpose of developing their overall personality.
The Electronics Club develops life skills. An awareness is created about the use of various electronic gadgets in everyday life.
- Aryan Gulati (X A) made Organic Watch and Metal Extracting Machine
- Anuj Kumar (XII C) designed INFRA RED remote control receiver using LED.
Environment Club was initiated in the year 2001 with the purpose to sensitize students to develop an environment supportive attitude so as to protect and preserve our precious environment.
LET US REJUVENATE GANGA
The Environment Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus planned an awareness activity , “Let us Rejuvenate Ganga'' based on the Sustainable Development Goal 6, “Sustainable Cities and Communities” for the students of Class IV from November 8, 2022 to November 22, 2022. The aim was to disseminate knowledge about the exploitation of River Ganga and the distinct ways to prevent it. The students carried forward the endeavour of Rejuvenating Ganga by their enthusiastic participation by creating E-Posters.
These initiatives fostered strong social and mental health among students so they can connect with their environment in a healthy and constructive manner.
RECYCLE IT ALL ; NO MATTER HOW SMALL!
Recycling is the process of collecting and processing materials that would otherwise be thrown away as trash and turning them into new products.
This act of regeneration is not only beneficial for the community but also for the environment.
The Environment Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus initiated an activity ‘Recycle it all; no matter how small!’ for the students of Class V from November 8, 2022 to November 22, 2022. The purpose of the activity was to teach students to recycle glass jars and bottles, boxes, trays to make beautiful night lamps, jewelry boxes and wall hanging(s). They created innovative items with discarded jars, boxes and craft paper available at their home.
The students participated with an enthralling amount of enthusiasm and showcased their creativity to their utmost capacities and helped the initiative to turn into a successful one.
IMPORTANCE OF CARPOOLING
The students of the Middle Department were shown a video on importance of CARPOOLING and the value of conserving Environment in our life on 24 November,2022. The purpose of showing these videos was to make students aware of the impact of Carpooling on Environment and importance of conserving Environment by taking care of its resources. The video also focused on the importance of acting Mindfully by turning off the car engine at the red light to conserve fuel and save environment.
FEED THE BIRDS
We learn kindness through small acts of giving, caring and sharing. An act of kindness should be independent of the limited resources we have but should be focused on the willingness and intention of helping one in need.
The Environment Club of Primary Department GR Campus organised ‘Feed the Birds’ activity for the students of Class IV on August 16, 2022. The idea behind the introduction of an extremely thoughtful idea like feeding our little flying family was acknowledged and appreciated by our creative artists.
Our curious and talented students made “bird feeders” with old bottles, art and craft material and most importantly, their positive determination. The bird feeders were hung all around the school campus leaving the students in awe of the delightful sight.
The activity was successful in instilling a sense of sensitivity and empathy in our learners towards all living organisms regardless of the physical presence and apparent differences.
TREE PLANTATION DRIVE
“MY Tree Program”
The Environment Club of Bal Bharati Public School conducted its tree plantation drive under MyTrees Program, initiated by The Satsang Foundation, in the school campus on 6th August,2022.
The event commemorated with a welcome address in honour of members of The Satsang Foundation and honourable chief guest Dr. (Lt. Gen.) CS Narayanan.
The tree plantation of “Red Champa” took place in the school campus where the chief guest Dr. (Lt. Gen.) CS Narayanan, the Satsang foundation members, Principal Mr.LV Sehgal,Vice Principal, Head Mistresses, Chief coordinator, students and teachers of Environment Club unitedly performed the tree planting activity.
the most important part of the campaign was planting the mango trees as memory trees in the fond memory of Late Sri L.R Channa,former President CES & Late Sri S.K Bhattacharya the former Advisor CES.
The plantation drive proved to be an enriching experience for the guests as well as the students.
WONDER WITH WASTE
Students from the Primary Department - GR Campus participated in the ‘Wonder With Waste’ activity organised from July 19, 2022 to August 2,2022.
The Environment Club came out with an initiative wherein the students of Class V repurposed old clothes like discarded t-shirts, shirts and bed sheets into tote bags that are multi-purpose in nature. The department saw the zest and eagerness to indulge into productive exercises.
MY SCHOOL, MY TREE
The environment club of the Primary Department - GR Campus gave birth to greener surroundings during the first week of July. Invajy’s question “Mother earth has given so much to us. Should we not take care of her?” received a phenomenal answer from the young learners as they became that thread of conjoining members of Mother Nature and living beings when they planted saplings under the “My School, My Tree” programme. The utter ardour and fervour on the beautiful faces of the little stars was a spectacle to cherish. The activity turned out to be a constructive aid towards building a healthier and happier planet for the human race’s amicable survival.
With an objective to promote the Sustainable Development Goal 7 ‘Energy Conservation’, the Environment Club of the Middle Department organised an Advertisement Designing activity. The activity created awareness of the importance of saving energy. The students of classes VI-VIII made posters, created videos and wrote poems to express their opinion on the issue and share the best possible ways of preserving our natural resources.
TED TALK ON HEALTH OF PLANET AND TREES
Environment Club organized an activity of TED TALK on 17 May 2022 for the students of the Middle Department on the theme HEALTH OF PLANET AND TREES in order to create an awareness around the natural environment and the choices that either promote its well-being or cause it more harm. There were a total of 14 participants in the activity from classes VI-VIII. They spoke on topics such as “What happens to plastic when it is thrown away?”, “Kids might live on Mars”, “Climate change”, “Nuclear Wars”, “Environment Polluters”, etc. Angad Singh (VI B), Ranveer Singh(VII D), Atharva Keswani (VIII E) and Ridhima(VIII E) were awarded for their outstanding performance.
PHASING OUT SINGLE USE PLASTIC
The Environment Club of the Middle Department planned a day filled with thoughtful activities to mark the occasion. Under the guidance of the esteemed Principal, Mr. L.V Sehgal, the students and teachers of Bal Bharati Public School enthusiastically planned and participated in the launch of the campaign.
The campaign was followed by a plethora of activities that were conducted on the school premises. The students of classes VI-VIII participated in the activities like Slogan Writing and Poster Making, Online Quiz and Role Play to achieve the vision of the campaign.
TED TALK - HEALTH OF PLANET & TREES
Date: - 11.5.22
For Class: - IX-XII
Environment Club of Bal Bharati Public School Organized a Ted talk session- Health of Planet and Trees on 11 May 2022, Wednesday. Students came with some very interesting topics for discussions like Light pollution, elimination of plastic, Climate Change etc.
The event was judged by Ms. Paran khurana (PGT Commerce) and Ms. Shashi Kala Jain. The criteria for judgment was Content, Creativity and Presentation.
The winners of the event were as follows:
Best Speaker 1st - Prachi X-B
Best Speaker 2nd- Snehal Thakre X-H
Best Speaker 3rd - Tejasv Sehgal X-C
The event provided students a learning platform and created a lot of awareness regarding some important aspects of the environment.
INVEST IN OUR PLANET
“Invest in Our Planet,” is a call to action for all of us – from individuals to governments to industry – to innovate and collaborate for a healthy, prosperous planet. The Environment Club has organized a donation campaign from 21 April- 25 April 2022 in which students from classes IX-XII actively participated by lending monetary / non-monetary aid to the needy ones. Students were requested to upload the pictures of their activity on the Google Padlet.
Ending world hunger does not happen in a day, but there is a lot you can do for the hungry in your area. The students of the Environmental club made it an enthusiastic task with their tireless and conscientious efforts.
To mark the occasion, the Environment Club, Middle department organized various activities like Community Service (providing food to the needy), Buying Food from the Local Vendors than a Supermarket etc., to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal 2- Zero Hunger.
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ACTIVITY : MIZORAM, THE LAND OF HILL PEOPLE
Tucked away in the thickets of greens on the Southern tip of Northeast India, Mizoram is a nature’s paradise. To help the children explore the uniqueness of the state of Mizoram and learn about its biodiversity, the activity, Mizoram, The Land of Hill People was conducted for the students of classes II & III . The students were apprised about the location, biodiversity, flora & fauna of the State along with some interesting facts related to the state. They also learnt about the state animal and bird of Mizoram. They made innovative, creative and colourful bookmarks with pictures of the state animal - hume’s pheasant or state bird - himalayan serow. The activity helped in enhancing the imagination of students and nurtured their curiosity, creativity and love for learning.
ACTIVITY: LAND OF BEACHES, GOA
From beaches to breath-taking sceneries, to beautiful temples and churches, Goa is considered one of the most attractive and the richest states of the county. The students of classes II & III got an opportunity to explore the vibrant state of Goa through the activity conducted on 20.10.22. They were explained about the location, capital, food, dance, art, culture, places of tourist - interest and also interesting facts related to the state. The state of Goa is gifted with a dazzling array of marine biodiversity along its coastline.
As a follow up activity, they create different sea creatures using play dough. Different colours of clay were used to design aquatic animals. The students unleashed their imagination in shaping the marine creatures and enjoyed the activity wholeheartedly. The activity also helped in the development of eye-hand coordination, fine and gross motor skills of students.
ACTIVITY: RAJASTHAN - THE HOME OF KINGS
With an aim to celebrate the cultural unity and diversity of India, an activity was conducted on 22 September 2022 under the aegis of Explore Thy Country club. The activity aimed at exploring the Indian state, Rajasthan. It added an element of fun and excitement to their learning. Children got the opportunity to learn about its culture, history, heritage and festivals. They explored about the flora, fauna, cuisine and some interesting facts related to the state. Through the activity students also came to know about the biodiversity of Rajasthan. In the follow-up activity they coloured & decorated the picture of a camel using stones, bindis & other decorative material to give it a traditional touch. The activity enhanced the fine motor skills, creativity and imagination of the students. They experienced a sense of pride and achievement showcasing their final work.
KERALA- GOD’S OWN COUNTRY
The club gives an opportunity to the students to explore our land, India that harbours different kinds of people and inherits a rich culture. To know about its unique and diversified culture, the students embarked on an enlightening journey to God’s own country - Kerala on 18.08.22. They were apprised of the location, cuisine, culture, heritage, celebrations, traditions, dance, places of tourist interest and also some interesting facts about the state through a video. Keeping our vibrant culture alive in the many hues of Rangoli, a craft activity was conducted. The children created awe-inspiring rangoli designs on a paper plate using paper cut outs.
WEST BENGAL - PASCHIM BANGA
With an aim to celebrate the uniqueness of different states of India, an activity was conducted on 21 July 2022. Children got the opportunity to learn about the state of West Bengal and they explored its culture, history, heritage & festivals. Through the follow- up activity - colouring and decorating the drawing of Durga Maa, they got an insight into the famous festival, Durga Puja. The activity also enhanced the fine motor skills, creativity and imagination of the students.
LAND OF FIVE RIVERS, PUNJAB
The Club organised an activity through which the students explored the state of Punjab, the land of five rivers on 21 April 2022. In the beginning of the session, students were briefed about the state, its rich cultural traditions and the significance of celebrating the festival - Baisakhi. Thereafter, they made a colourful collage depicting the celebration. The vibrant work of the students reflected the true spirit of the Sikh New Year's celebration.
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ACTIVITY : GARDEN CHARMERS
With an aim to enlighten the young minds about the importance of insects in our lives, the activity ‘Garden Charmers’ was conducted for the students of classes II and III on 25.11.22.
Through the activity the children learnt about different insects found in a garden and classified them as useful and harmful. In the follow-up craft activity, they created beautiful garden stakes using cut outs of various insects and other craft material. They enthusiastically decorated the school garden area with the crafty stakes.
ACTIVITY: GRANNY’S MEDICAL REMEDIES
The club Hamaari Bagiya – Young Green Warriors, aims at connecting our young minds to our roots and sensitising them towards the need to save the environment. Students of classes II and III got an excellent opportunity on 20.10.22 to explore several home remedies. They were apprised of some Indian spices used in traditional home remedies. They also learnt about the amazing health benefits of these Indian spices and their use in curing various ailments. They enjoyed exploring the names of these useful spices in Hindi and English.
NURTURING OUR FEATHERED FRIENDS
Flourishing life on land is the foundation for our life on this planet. In our endeavour to explore Sustainable Development Goal no.15 - Life below water and on Land, an activity ‘Nurturing our Feathered Friends’ was planned under the aegis of Hamaari Bagiya-Young Green Warriors Club on 22.09.22. Students were apprised of the role of birds in our lives and environment. They were also guided about the various ways by which they can take care of birds. Students made beautiful bird feeders using natural and recyclable material and placed them on the branches of small trees in the garden.
WONDERS OF NATURE
Hamaari Bagiya Club provides our little learners the opportunity to explore the miracles of nature. On 18 August 2022 the activity ‘Wonders of Nature’ was conducted for the students through which they learnt about some medicinal plants. They were apprised of the numerous benefits of Aloe Vera plant, the miraculous gift by Mother Nature. With the help of a Power Point Presentation and a video, our young warriors learnt to prepare aloe vera gel from the pulp of the aloe vera leaf. The students showed keen interest and were overwhelmed to show the final products.
In our endeavour to sensitize the students towards the need to protect and preserve the environment, an activity ‘Environment Buddy’ was conducted on 21 July 2022 under the aegis of Hamaari Bagiya Club. Through this activity students understood the benefits of using compost and learnt to make one at home as well. Students were also apprised of the importance of organic manure paving a way to support the intricate ecosystem.
GODDESS EARTH-PRESERVER OF LIFE
The club organised an activity on the topic "Goddess Earth-preserver of Life" on 21-04-2022 wherein the students took the pledge "Let's Unite To Save Our Environment". The students were apprised of the need to join hands to protect Earth’s rich heritage. They were also made aware of the importance of Waste Management, use of different bins and making compost from kitchen waste. The students wrote the pledge on the cut outs of the Earth with their pasted hand impression on it promising to be the warriors and save our planet.
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Following the guidelines of CBSE, the club was initiated for students of senior department in 2012. The club activities aim at creating awareness and sensitizing students regarding the importance of health and wellbeing.
The Health, Wellness and Safety Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus organised an activity on ‘Road Safety” for students of Class V from September 27, 2022 to October 11, 2022 keeping in mind the
declaration released by the World Health Organisation recommending focus on road safety as a key measure towards the realisation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. The activity aimed at increasing
awareness about the importance of road safety. The learners made colourful posters on ‘Road Safety’ on an A3 size sheet and wrote slogans and taglines related to the relevance of following road safety measures.
The activity helped to create an impact on the minds of the pupils as well as show their creative sides to the audience.
IMPORTANCE OF PERSONAL HYGIENE
A healthy mind resides in a fit body. Personal health and hygiene are extremely important for an individual as well as the entire society. An individual who practices good hygiene habits not only achieves good health for himself but imparts the same to the successive generations.
The Health, Wellness and Safety Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus organised an activity ‘IMPORTANCE OF PERSONAL HYGIENE’ from August 16, 2022 to August 30, 2022. The students of Class IV were asked to make posters on the following topics : Hygiene measures to be taken to keep ourselves clean and tidy, benefits of good health or hygiene of hair/teeth/face and skin.
The aim of the activity was to increase awareness about personal hygiene among students and teach them the precepts to a healthy lifestyle while incorporating the UN Sustainable goal ‘Health and Well Being’. The students participated with an intense gusto and interest. They made eye catchy and thought-provoking posters reflecting their understanding of the issue.
Heritage Club was established in the school in 2010, with the purpose to create awareness and instill pride among learners regarding the rich cultural legacy of India and sensitize them towards the need to preserve the same.
- Thirty members of the club from classes VI to VIII prepared Newsletters focusing on e different aspects of Indian Heritage. These included articles , crossword puzzles , little snippets of information regarding tangible and intangible aspects of cultural heritage of India. The Newsletters were given appropriate and innovative names, such as, Cultural Express, Gazette India etc.
- The club members participated in competition ‘Built Heritage of India and Me’ organised by ITIHAAS on the occasion of World Heritage Day on 18 April 2015 at Red Fort. Students participated in two events: Tile Painting for classes IV – V and Scrap Art – a 3D visual of a monument using a carton for classes VI – VIII. Besides this, the students of classes VI – VIII also acted as ambassadors to spread awareness about Indian Heritage to the visitors at the Red Fort.
- Sanskrit Shloka Competition was organized on 26 August 2015 for the club members. Each participant chose a Shloka from Ishawasyoupanishad and transcribed the same in an attractive manner along with its meaning. The activity helped to familiarize students with the ancient Indian text.
- Members of Heritage Club prepared PowerPoint presentations on ‘Tribal societies of India’ to create awareness regarding the history of the nomadic tribes; their customs; dresses; and food habits.
- Students of Middle Department participated in a Poster Making Competition in February 2016. Through the posters, they expressed their ideas on the ways to spread tolerance in community. This Competition was adjudged by Ms Shilpi Das, Art Teacher.
The Horticulture Club of the Middle Department aims at fostering the sentiment of nurturing a variety of plants and gaining knowledge about their uses amongst its learners. Every plant is unique in its own way and our students work towards creating green spaces in the school.
PROMOTING GARDENING AS A HOBBY
The Horticulture Club of the Middle Department showcased gardening skills to students of Class VI- VIII through a video presentation. The video aimed at promoting gardening as a great physical development activity. The activity catered to how to develop locomotor skills, body management skills and object control skills while they move from one place to another by carrying tools, soil and water. Literacy skills were also imparted by defining names of different house hold plants and varied gardening tools.
POT PAINTING COMPETITION
Our country is an ensemble of varied cultures and the world has its own blend of colours and style. “Prakriti and Abstraction” Pot Painting Competition with ‘Aboriginal Abstract Art’ was organised by the Horticulture Club of the Middle Department on 28 September 2022 in its Art Room emphasizing the richness our world has to offer. 36 students from classes VI, VII and VIII put their best foot forward and projected their imagination on the unbreakable plastic pots with sharp strokes within the given time of two hours. The event was adjudged by Ms. Satwinder Kaur. They were amazed to witness the vigour and enthusiasm of the budding artists. The jury shared its opinions and encouraged the participants with its enlightening wisdom.
VAN MAHOTSAV SAPTAH
"All that man needs for health and healing has been provided by God in nature, the Challenge of science is to find it.”
Seeking inspiration from these words of Paracelsus, the Horticulture Club of the Middle Department celebrated the Van Mahotsav Saptah on 4 July 2022. The students of the department planted 150 herbs like Tulsi, Holy Basil, Curry Leaves and Lemon Grass in the school garden. 42 students adopted one sapling each at their home and raised them with all their might. The value of social responsibility was encouraged and facilitated in our young learners.
Interact Club was initiated in the school with the purpose of developing a concern for the society and the world at large, amongst students.
Rainwater harvesting is a process of collecting and storing rainwater for use as a backup supply of fresh water to meet everyday domestic and agricultural requirements, especially when water becomes scarcely available.
To motivate the students to save rainwater, the Interact Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus came up with another exciting activity ‘Rainwater Harvesting’ for Class V from December 6, 2022 to December 20, 2022. It incorporated the Sustainable Development Goal - 13, “Climate Action” which aims to take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.
The students took part in the activity in which they prepared PowerPoint Presentation on Rainwater Harvesting highlighting its importance, advantages and relevant information regarding the states that have adopted this practice.
It helped to create awareness among students about the importance of water conservation as a cornerstone for national development.
Interact club organised a fun filled activity on the occasion of Thanksgiving Day that fell on Thursday, 24 November 2022. A Gratitude Graffiti Wall was put up in all classes on which students pasted sticky notes with messages expressing gratitude to God and deserving benefactors in their lives.
The activity provided students with an experience of learning the art of counting their blessings and expressing gratitude.
DISTRICT INTERACT LEADERSHIP ASSEMBLY 2022 (DILA2022)
10 Interactors from the Senior and Middle department, escorted by Ms Sakshi Sharma participated in District Interact Leadership Assembly 2022 (DILA2022)on 11th November 2022 at Apeejay School, Sheikh Sarai.
DILA was organized under the able leadership of District Governor Rtn. Ashok Kantoor. The agenda was to "Imagine Rotary - Imagine, a world that deserves our best". The event was designed to be an interactive platform for young interactors from various schools across the capital. The thought behind this was to imbibe leadership skills and create a positive aura around Interactors which will help to promote them towards a brighter, more sensitive, and prosperous future.
The Chief guest of the event was Swami Prem Parivartan fondly known as ‘Peepal Baba’. In his address he shared a few motivational anecdotes from his childhood . He informed the gathering about 1.2 million peepal trees which he singlehandedly planted and converted 56 urban hectares of land into forest.
Interactors from different schools presented street plays on social themes and also showcased the work done by them in form of collages and posters.
Overall, it was a good opportunity for the Interactors to meet and share their views with fellow interactors from other schools and Rotarians from different Rotary Clubs.
To commemorate the 60th World Interact Day, Parmarth, the Interact club, organised IZHAR- an expression on Saturday 5 November,2022 The aim of the event was to encourage students to come up with unique artistic interpretation of the motto of Rotary- ‘Service before Self’ Students were given an opportunity to write, paint, draw, act or use any other art form to showcase their interpretation of the motto. The club received a heartening response in form of a large number of expressive entries showcasing social awareness and concern towards the well-being of the society.
Sashaktikaran is a benevolent initiative of Parmarth, the Interact Club to ameliorate the life and working conditions of class IV staff of the school. After the success of Sashaktikaran 1- the Interact Club decided to take it to next level. On Thursday 4th November 2022, the Interactors organised a detailed health check-up for the lady guards who work incessantly for the smooth functioning of the institution. A thorough medical examination constituting of checking weight, height, blood pressure and testing eyes and blood sugar level was conducted under the supervision of the school doctor.
CELEBRATING HALLOWEEN - NO TRICKS, ONLY TREAT!
Parmarth, Interact Club OF BBPS GRHM celebrated Halloween, the festival of fun and tricks, by distributing treats to the needy on Monday, 31 October 2022.
Collective zeal of the core team and teacher in charges culminated into “NO TRICKS, ONLY TREAT!” a fun activity that lent itself to compassion and benevolence. Students distributed sweets and essentials among poor people and brought an ecstatic smile to their faces. The prime objective of this activity was to inculcate a sense of philanthropy among the youth.
JAL HI JEEVAN HAI
The Interact Club of Primary Department-GR Campus organised a Poem Recitation Activity on the topic, “ जल ही जीवन है” from October 25, 2022 to November 8, 2022. Water is an essential part of life and vital for sustainability. It is fair to assume that the only way to sustain life is because of the water beneath the Earth. One of the most significant resources on this planet is this universal solvent. Life without water is impossible. It cannot be renewed. Thus, it must be used carefully.
Keeping in mind the SDG: Clean Water and Sanitation, students realised the importance of Clean Water and Sanitation.
The students of Class IV participated enthusiastically and presented their artistic poems with gestures, zeal and curiosity. The efforts of all the students were commendable.
DENTAL HEALTH CHECKUP CAMP
A Dental Health check-up Camp was organised by Interact Club of Bal Bharati Public School Ganga Ram Hospital Marg in association with Rotary Club Delhi Midtown. The camp was organised for class IV employees and their families on Saturday, 29 October 2022. 60 employees took the benefit by participating in the camp. The doctor in charge first delivered an enriching lecture to them explaining the need of maintaining dental hygiene. Each of them was then examined and given suggestions. Prior to the camp, the interactors personally met and convinced the employees about the importance of Dental Hygiene and encouraged them to participate.
VISIT TO ARYA MAHILA ASHRAM
16 Members of Interact club escorted by club in charges, Ms Anju Arora and Ms Pooja Ahuja visited Arya Mahila Ashram in New Rajinder Nagar on Wednesday 23 October 2022. The interactors took fruits, biscuits and cash donation for the inmates of the Ashram.
Our students were introduced to the elderly residents and acquainted with the workings of the ashram that is being run by the Arya Samaj mandir. The interactors sang songs, recited poems, danced and mingled with the inmates bringing smiles of joy on the old and wrinkled faces.
VISIT TO SCHOOL FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED
Members of Interact club escorted by club in charges, Ms Anju Arora and Ms Rajni Rathore visited the Blind School for Girls in Old Rajinder Nagar on 17 October 2022. The interactors took small gift packs and a rose for all the children as Diwali gifts. Our students were acquainted with the teaching and learning strategies and the strong bond between the students and teachers. They learnt about importance of yoga and other performing arts in the lives of these visually impaired students. Our interactors availed the opportunity of visiting their library, medical room and specially designed sewing room. As a happy coincidence, they met an alumnus from our school, Ms Deepa, who happens to be an integral part of the faculty in the Blind school.
DISTRICT INTERACT TRAINING SESSION (DITS)
Manya Soin, president Interact club and Rudraksh Sharma, vice president escorted by Club in charge Ms Rajni Devi Rathore attended District Interact Training Session (DITS) conducted by District 3011 on 7th October 2022. The event was graced by the presence of District Governor, Mr Ashok Kantoor, District Chair, Mr Yuvshnav Sood, District Advisor and District Youth Chair.
The event commemorated with Ganesh vandana followed by the pinning ceremony of the District Council members. Following the list of order, a training session was organised for the teachers, school office bearers and the district council members.
PROTECTING MARINE MAMMALS
The Interact club organised an awareness generation campaign about the need to protect marine mammals. Interactors from Senior Department created comprehensive presentations to educate students of the primary classes regarding the need to protect and conserve marine mammals. This activity was carried out on 20 and 21 September 2022.
VISIT TO ST. STEPHEN’S HOSPITAL
Three interactors escorted by Ms Anju Arora, joined members of The Rotary Club, Delhi Midtown in their visit to their Polio and Clubfoot Project at St. Stephen’s Hospital, Tis Hazari on Saturday, 17 September 2022. A delegation of 30 Rotarians from the USA also joined the visit.
The interactors met patients suffering from clubfoot disease. They also visited physiotherapy and artificial limb making sections of the hospital.
This was followed by a lunch meeting at The Lalit, Barakhamba Road.
"Sashaktikaran" an initiative of Interact Club, Parmarth was launched on 17th September 2022. This campaign mainly focuses on empowering the support staff of the school by finding solutions to their problems, teaching them elementary communication in english and data entry.
On 17th September, the students organized the first session, for the lady gaurds wherein they empathized with their problems and tried to come up with innovative solutions. With a pragmatic approach in mind, students are ready to implement their ideas into action.
EACH ONE TEACH ONE
The Interact Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus came up with an activity named ‘Each One Teach One’ for Class V students. The activity was organised from September 13, 2022 to
September 27, 2022 to keep in mind the UN Sustainable Development Goal Number 4, that is, ‘Inclusive and Equitable Quality Education”.
The seeds of motivation were laid through this activity to make our young students understand that it is their moral and social responsibility to teach at least one illiterate person, marking a
considerable difference in the society. It is an effective tool for imparting information in a simple and gradual manner taking one student at a time.
The students actively participated in the activity in which they turned into a teacher and helped the unprivileged section of the society around them who have struggled with getting their basic
education. Further, it helped to create awareness of the importance of literacy as a cornerstone for national development.
The world has been dealing with the deadly spread of COVID-19 for two years now. According to the reports of the World Health Organisation (WHO), the risk of death from COVID-19 disease is ten times higher for unvaccinated people than the individuals who are vaccinated.
The Interact Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus initiated an activity named ‘Health Awareness' in the week starting from September 1, 2022 to September 13, 2022. The students of Class IV got the task of indulging into a holistic opportunity of experiencing the present realities of community service. They took the activity forward by starting a conversation with a person from their surroundings and asking them questions regarding their COVID-19 Vaccination Status for Dose 1, Dose 2 and the Booster Dose. If they were not vaccinated, the students encouraged them to do the needful at the earliest. They asked the individuals about the precautions that they had been taking in preventing the spread of the disease.
The main aim of the activity was to sensitise the students regarding the dire need of vaccination in order to curtail the spread of the virus and ensure a healthy living environment. Indeed, this activity helped students to increase their knowledge and understanding of community, national and world affairs.
INTERACT CLUB INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
Bal Bharati Public School, GRH Marg held the Investiture Ceremony of the Interact Club, under the aegis of Rotary Club of Delhi Midtown on 2 September 2022. The Chief Guest was Rotarian Mr Rajeev Bhansali, President, Rotary Club Delhi Midtown.
The programme commenced with the lamp lighting ceremony amidst the chanting of mangal shloka by Dr Virender (TGT Sanskrit). It was followed by melodious rendition of prayers by the school choir; an insightful street play on gender equality, scripted and directed by Dr Ankush Sharma (TGT Drama); and a brilliant Yoga presentation.
After the formal welcome of the guests by the Principal Mr LV Sehgal, the outgoing President of the Interact Club, Divyajot Singh (XII D), highlighted varied programmes/ activities that were undertaken by the Club during the previous academic session. Thereafter, the Ceremony of bestowing honours on the newly appointed team of office bearers and members of the Interact Club was held. Amongst the beat of drums, altogether, 116 carefully selected Interactors - including office bearers and members - from class VII to XII, were bestowed badges and pins. In the formal Transfer of Responsibilities, the newly appointed President, Manya Soin (XI C) was ceremoniously handed over the collar, pin and badge by the former President. All office bearers and the members were administered the oath to serve the humanity. The former club in-charges, Ms Satinder Kaur (TGT Science) and Ms Sandhya Makkar (TGT Math) were also felicitated.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Guest, Mr Rajeev Bhansali applauded the school for organizing the impressive Ceremony. He presented an overview of the Rotary Club and commended the enthusiasm of the school’s Interact club. He congratulated Manya Soin and her spirited team of Interactors, assuring them of their support in all the Club’s programmes and activities.
The programme concluded with the vote of thanks proposed by Vice Principal Ms Vinita Dhawan. In her address, she highlighted that the Club’s activities have always been in the true spirit of the Vision and Mission statement of the school. Amongst others, she thanked the Rotary club, Delhi Midtown for their continuous support.
ROTARY CLUB MEETING
Five student members and Ms Ashima Kukreja, PRT from the Interact club of our school had an opportunity to be part of the Rotary Club Midtown meeting on 6 August 2022 at Imperial Hotel, Connaught Place. The event was graced by the presence of Ms Deepa Malik, the first Indian woman to win a medal at the Paralympic Games. Apart from the sumptuous lunch, our students got first-hand experience about the working of Rotary club. They met the President, Mr. Rajeev Bhansali and other eminent personalities of the club. The students also had the fortune of conversing with one of India's most dynamic sports personalities who with her determination and hard work has carved a niche for the specially-abled in India.
BLOOD DONATION CAMP
Interact Club and Alumni Association of Bal Bharati public School GRHM organized Blood Donation Camp in the school premises on Saturday, 30 July 2022. The camp was organized in partnership with Noida Charitable Blood Bank. The camp was a successful initiative as several parents participated in the drive by donating blood.
ALTERNATIVES TO SINGLE USE PLASTIC
The Interact Club senior department conducted an awareness programme regarding the environmental degradation and health hazards faced due to single use plastic. Healthy and sustainable alternatives to the same were suggested. As a part of this campaign Interactors displayed posters depicting the hazards of single use plastic on an assigned display board and invited students to pin sustainable alternatives to single use plastic objects.
DIY ENERGY AUDIT
As a step to propagate the pre alloted SDG in the month of June 2022 (Affordable and Clean Energy), the Interact club organised an awareness generation campaign wherein a comprehensive ppt was made in which the relevance of energy audit and DIY methods to conduct the same were elucidated. This was shared in class groups of the school. When the school opened in July, the dissemination was taken a step further with uploading the ppt on smart boards for the purpose of showing it to students and subsequently holding interactive class discussion on the topic.
Following students brought numerous laurels to the school under the Award Leader Ms.Kavita Bhatia, in a yearlong challenge in four different Sections of Award namely Service to Community, Skill Development, Adventure Journey and Physical Recreation.
|S.No.||NAME||GENDER||LEVEL COMPLETED||UPGRADED To LEVEL|
|1.||SHIVAM MISHRA||M||SILVER LEVEL||GOLD LEVEL|
|2.||SAANVI BUTTA||F||BRONZE LEVEL||SILVER LEVEL|
|3.||SAMRIDHI||F||BRONZE LEVEL||SILVER LEVEL|
|4.||SANCHI BINDAL||F||BRONZE LEVEL||SILVER LEVEL|
|5.||SANYA WAHI||F||BRONZE LEVEL||SILVER LEVEL|
|6.||VANSHIKA||F||BRONZE LEVEL||SILVER LEVEL|
PEACE, JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTION
To uplift the spirit of Christmas festivities and welcome New Year with zeal and enthusiasm,the Literary Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus planned an engaging and interesting activity for the students of Class IV.
Students were required to make colourful, vivid and vibrant Christmas or New Year cards keeping in mind one of the Sustainable Development Goals ‘Peace, Justice and Strong Institution’ as the theme. The young learners wrote deep and meaningful peace messages on the cards and sought peace, love, health and empathy for their loved ones and world. The students also made beautiful Christmas cards for their beloved Santa Claus in the hope of getting their wishes for a peaceful world full of wisdom.
The activity brought out the creativity of our budding artists and also made the children believe in the power of positivity and participate in the joy and happiness that is attached to the holiday season and instill the values of justice and equality.
The Nouveau Notes of November
“LET US DESIGN A BETTER WORLD”
The Literary Club of the Middle Department organized a research- based activity for the students of Class VI to VIII on 29 November 2022. The students researched about new educational inventions that are implemented in schools of any state or village in India. They created PPTs that covered information about the place and details of the invention. The activity encouraged the
students to be aware of the Sustainable goals and the become acquainted with the academic aspect of the schools in remote areas.
MISSILE MAN OF INDIA
The Literary Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus organised an enriching activity for the students of Class V from October 11, 2022 to October 25, 2022. They created a timeline around the entire life of Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam. The young learners made interesting cut-out(s) in the form of various space objects like missile, spaceships.
With an aim to apprise the students about the major life events of Dr. Kalam and taking inspiration from his exceptional journey, the activity was initiated in developing a child's dexterity and presentation skills.
CELEBRATION OF ROALD DAHL'S BIRTHDAY
To celebrate Roald Dahl's birthday, a Literary Club activity was organised on 15 September 2022 to discuss his most popular books and their screen adaptations. The books chosen were - Matilda, Charlie and the Chocolate factory, The Big Friendly Giant , the Witches and James and the Giant Peach. The presentations talked about Roald Dahl's life and works, his famous stories and his popularity. Students were enthralled to watch the movie trailers and derived motivation to read .
The Literary Club members received their badges and the names of the Core committee members were also announced. With that our event came to an end and students gave an enthusiastic and positive response, asking for more such events to be planned more frequently.
नया सवेरा: नूतन समाज,सुरक्षित आवास
With an aim to orient and equip students for the global endeavours, the Literary Club of the Middle Department engaged young learners of class VIII in an enriching Hindi Literary Club activity held on 25th July, 2022. The activity in sync with the world-wide vision to sensitize students and prepare them to take up larger roles in the society was conceptualized by the club members. Creative thinkers of the school envisioned sustainable cities and human settlements and showcased their novel ideas through innovative ‘Graffiti’. Another part of the activity involved ‘Slogan Making’ where students designed informative slogans with their groups, in harmony with the SDGs. They reflected on the global mission and suggested useful measures to achieve goal 11 for futurity.
THE GUIDANCE OF GOD THROUGH THE GIVING OF GRATITUDE
“A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all the other virtues.” - Cicero
Literary Club of the Middle Department organised yet another remarkable activity, ‘The Guidance of God through the Giving of Gratitude’ for the students of classes VI-VIII in the month of May. The aim for the scheduled activities was to engage students to connect with the supreme divine and revere God's gifts. Students created heartfelt ‘Thank You Notes and E-Letters’ dedicated to express gratitude towards their dear ones. The artistic techniques were applied to honor special people like parents, grandparents, community workers or friends etc. E-Letters and Thank You Notes were crafted using Google Docs, Flipbook and MS Word.
NOTIFYING WITH NEWS CASTING
Literary Club of the Middle Department organized the first activity of the session, ’Notifying with News casting’ in the month of April. The sustainable development goals, No Poverty and Zero Hunger, have been focused primarily on the activity. Promising forerunners of classes VI-VIII were guided by the Literary Club team to take veritable steps aimed to drive progress towards the global goals. Students were engaged in an array of activities namely ‘Together We Can …….. E-Collage Work (VI)’, ‘Together We Warble ………. Rapsap (VII)’ and ‘Together We Envision…… Documentary Doorway (VIII)’.
Date : 19 April 2022 to 3 May 2022
As the saying goes a “Healthy mind resides in a healthy body”, the pandemic of COVID-19 over the past two years has only strengthened that belief.
To encourage our children to focus on good health and to uphold the SDG Goal of “Good Health and Well Being” ,the Literary Club organised an exciting activity “ Get Fit” to provide an opportunity to the young learners to create beautiful and thought provoking wall hangings. The creative work enumerated various sustainable practices in which one can maintain good health and well-being. The aim of the activity was to hone the writing skills of students and to enhance the usage of appropriate vocabulary to convey their thoughts. Students participated in the activity with enthusiasm and vigour.
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GARDEN OF GOOD MANNERS
“Good manners are your beauty.”
To develop artistic & creative skills among children, and to make them understand the importance of good manners in life, a craft activity, ‘Garden of Good Manners’ was conducted for the students of classes II & III. Children were explained how the use of magical words (Please, Sorry, Thank You, Excuse Me ) in our day-to-day life not only helps us become a better version of ourselves but also in building good relationships. Children made paper flowers using colourful paper and earbuds. An interactive discussion on good manners and values was also conducted wherein the teacher sensitized children about the importance of adopting and practising these values. This simple, yet fun craft helped them understand the importance of appropriate behaviour and right conduct.
ACTIVITY: SAVE WATER, SAVE LIFE
Life on Earth cannot be imagined without water. Although the planet Earth has an abundance of water, there is only a small percent of this water that is actually useful. With the receding supply of fresh water and enhancing demand for water, there is a need to conserve water for sustainable development. To make children aware about this imminent reality, a craft activity, ’Save Water, Save Life’ was conducted for the students of classes II & III on 20.10.22. Students were enlightened about different methods to deal with water scarcity.
They showcased their artistic talent and created beautiful artwork using the cut-outs of cupped hands and water droplets. They also wrote a thoughtful message on it. The craft work done by the students depicted the important message of appreciating the value of each water drops and saving it.
The activity helped them understand the gravity of water conservation and captured their interest in a fun way.
EXPLORING MARINE LIFE
As young children explore paint by putting it all over their hands, or create collages with torn paper, it’s noticeable how involved they get in such activities. To develop artistic skills in children, enable them to approach tasks from different perspectives and motivate them think ‘outside of the box’, a fun and engaging craft activity: Exploring Marine Life was organised for the students of classes II & III on 22.09.2022. They made paper crabs using colourful paper and wobbly eyes. The activity allowed children to practice their creativity whilst honing certain practical skills and developing their fine motor dexterity. An interactive discussion on life underwater and oceans as planet’s life support was also taken up wherein the children were sensitized about the need to preserve the marine life. They enjoyed the craft activity and understood that life in any form needs to be respected and preserved for a better future.
To instill a feeling of love and respect for our nation, craft activity ‘Patriotic Vibes’ was conducted on 18 August 2022. Children learned a simple technique of making paper tulip flowers through a video and the demonstration given by the teacher. They enhanced their creativity and fine motor skills while crafting tricoloured flowers. The symbolic significance of Saffron, White and Green colour in ‘Tiranga’ was a part of interactive discussion.
CRAFTY NEWSPAPER BAG
With an aim to stimulate creativity & imagination, nurture aesthetic sensitivity and cultivate positive attitude, the activity ’Crafty Newspaper Bag’ was conducted on 21 July 2022. Children learned to make paper bags with old newspapers. Through this activity, students learnt to conserve the environment by saying no to plastic and promoting the 3Rs Refuse, Reuse and Recycle.
MOTHER EARTH CALLING
Art and Craft activities allow children to develop a variety of skills like creative skills, critical thinking skills and kinesthetic skills. To mark the Earth Day celebration and apprise the students of the need to perform our duty and play our part in keeping our unique planet clean & green, the Club, Little Crafty Hands organised a paper craft activity on 21.04.22. They used their imagination and created a happy and green Mother Earth. All the children thoroughly enjoyed the activity and participated with great enthusiasm.
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ACTIVITY: CHILDREN OF INDIA FROM-THE WHISTLING SCHOOLBOY AND OTHER STORIES OF SCHOOL LIFE BY RUSKIN BOND
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
With the primary aim to enhance the basic language skills of the students and motivate them to read books , the club ‘Me the Bookie’ expose them to some age appropriate and interesting books. In the activity conducted for the students of classes II & III on 25.11.22, the book ‘The Whistling Boy’ was unravelled along with a few more short stories related to school life. Through this story, the students were made aware of the important role that education plays in everyone’s life. They were sensitised about the SDG 4, which aims to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. The story was read and discussed with the students. The narration of the story was followed by a creative activity in which the students designed attractive notebook covers.
ACTIVITY: ‘HOW THE SEA WATER BECAME SALTY’- BY SUDHA MURTHY
“Reading should not be presented to children as a chore, a duty. It should be offered as a gift.” Kate DiCamillo
The words by Kate DiCamillo are truly the motive of the club - Me the Bookie. The aim of the club is to expose the young learners to different authors & their famous stories leading them to lands unknown. On 20.10.22 ,the students of classes II & III unravelled a mystery through a story – ‘How the Sea Water became Salty’ written by the renowned author Ms. Sudha Murthy. The objective of narrating the story was to make them aware of the need to save our seas and sea animals. The children learnt that water is the essence of life and we all must use it wisely and save & preserve it for future. A general discussion was held to emphasize the importance of SDG 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation. The students came up with different ideas to save and restore our seas and oceans for future generations. Thereafter, the children designed beautiful posters on the theme, ‘Save Our Seas’. Through this creative activity students understood their importance of their role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and prevent the over-exploitation of the marine resources.
EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY
Books train your mind to imagination to think big.” Taylor Swift
The aim of Me the Bookie club is to open different avenues leading the students to think and act. The story, ‘Earth Day, Every day’ was narrated to the students on 22.09.22. The story beautifully highlighted the need to take care of everything that Mother Nature has gifted us. It sensitised them about the need to contribute individually to achieve the larger goal of protecting the planet. A general discussion was held to emphasize the importance of the UN SDG 14 and 15 and students came up with different ideas to help the Earth heal. The narration of the story was followed by a creative activity – Making a pencil stand using old boxes and other waste material. The students learnt an important life lesson and understood the importance of nurturing our mother earth. They promised to keep it and its water bodies clean.
THE STONE SOUP- STORY FOCUSSING ON SDG 17
“Books are a uniquely portable magic.” ― Stephen King
Reading helps us understand things through different perspectives. The students read and explored the story, The Stone Soup in the activity organised on 18.08.22. It is a famous European story which focuses on the SDG, Partnership in Goals. Through the story the children learnt the importance of sharing in life. They also learnt that real happiness doesn’t come from getting everything you want. It comes from sharing what you have. In the follow-up craft activity they made beautiful ‘Together bands’. Students enjoyed the story and understood that any goal can be achieved if they work together.
MAYBE SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL BY F. ISABEL CAMPOY
The club, ’Me the Bookie’ aims at inculcating a habit of reading in the young students. The students were introduced to the story ‘Maybe Something Beautiful’ by F. Isabel Campoy in the activity conducted on 21.07.22. The story helped them understand that together they can transform the society. The narration was followed by a fun activity of sowing seeds in an old container which was also thoroughly enjoyed by the students.
MADDI'S FRIDGE BY LOS BRANDIT
The aim of the club, Me the Bookie is to instill love, passion for reading in the students. Books are not just used to impart knowledge but also give wings to the readers’ imagination. In the activity conducted on 21.04.22 the students got an opportunity to explore the story Maddi's Fridge by Los Brandit. In the follow up activity, which was inspired by the story they created labels with funny names for healthy food items using old wedding or birthday cards.
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ACTIVITY: TIME PIECE
With an aim to educate the students about the importance of time and teach them how to read time, a creative and fun filled activity ‘Time Piece’ was conducted on 25.11.22. The students created innovative and beautiful models of wall clocks using cardboard and paper cut outs. The activity also helped them learn about the different parts of a clock. The simple clock craft gave them a chance to learn the concepts of time in an interesting way. Their active participation, creativity and novel ideas made the activity more meaningful and enriching.
ACTIVITY: CASH MEMO
Engaging the students in active learning enhances their critical thinking skills and put their knowledge to the test. With an aim to blend learning and fun, an educational and fun-filled club activity, ‘Cash Memo’ was conducted for the students of classes II and III on 20.10.22. The activity sought to promote the overall cognitive development of the students and make them understand the importance of a cash memo. Children were given a real-life experience of shopping where they spent their saved money on utility goods. A marketplace was set up for the purpose and the children enjoyed purchasing things and added the cost of various goods. Students made a bill of various things bought by them from the Dummy Shop created in the classroom. The activity gave the students an opportunity to actively create knowledge, instead of passively consuming it.
MATRIX: TESSELLATION PATTERNS
Activity of Tessellation Patterns was conducted for the students of classes II & III under the aegis of the club Numero Mania on 22.09.22. The activity aimed at helping the children appreciate tessellation patterns around them and learn to create 2 D tessellation pattern using different geometric shapes. A few patterns were shown to the children before they began creating their own tessellating designs on an A4 sheet using cut outs of different shapes. The students thoroughly enjoyed this fun-filled activity and could make endless patterns using their creative skills.
MAKING USE OF PLAY MONEY
A creative and fun filled activity ‘Making use of Play Money’ was conducted under the aegis of the Numero Mania Club. The activity aimed at generating an awareness of saving money in Piggy Banks and using this saved money afterwards. Children were also given a real-life experience of shopping where they spent their saved money on the utility goods. A marketplace was set up for the purpose and children experienced purchasing things and . Children also made piggy banks using waste boxes and bottles and attempted a follow up worksheet based on addition of money. Children thoroughly enjoyed the experience of buying and selling of goods on their own.
Eco City – a creative, fun filled activity was conducted under the aegis of Numero Mania Club on 21 July 2022. The activity aimed at generating an awareness on the importance of keeping the surroundings clean and understanding a citizen’s role in creating an Eco City, a step towards a more sustainable world. Children were shown a video related to the topic followed by discussion. Children made a 2D model of an Eco city on an A4 sheet using colourful cut-outs of different shapes.
TRIGGER YOUR BRAIN
A brainstorming activity under the aegis of the Club, Numero Mania was conducted on 21.04.2022 for. The activity aimed at enhancing their observation and logical thinking.
The session was initiated with the introduction of 2 X 2 picture Sudoku. The children were apprised of different types of Sudoku through a presentation. Thereafter they enjoyed solving an activity sheet which not only challenged their minds but also enhanced their critical thinking skills.
आत्म संतुष्टि: स्लोगन लेखन
Hunger is the leading cause of death in the world. Our planet has provided us with tremendous resources, but unequal access and inefficient handling leaves millions of people malnourished. Keeping in with the Sustainable Development Goal of eradicating the problem of Hunger from the world, the Oratory Club of the Middle Department organised an activity ‘आत्म संतुष्टि: स्लोगन लेखन’ in the first week of May 2022. The activity was conducted virtually in the Hindi language wherein the students were instructed to write slogans and present the same by speaking them in a video recording. The objective of the activity was to acquaint the learners with the importance of eliminating the problem of hunger through measures which only humans can undertake. The best three slogans were selected and shared in the class groups with the hope of witnessing more participation in the activities to come.
The Performing Arts Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus organised an activity for the students of Class IV from October 11, 2022 to October 25, 2022. The activity named ‘AKASHA’ taught the students about the quintessence of distinct expressions in dance; the mere process to showcase their love and emotion.
The main aim of the activity was to build self confidence and impart knowledge of different dance forms prevalent in the artistic world. Students exhibited excitement and vigour and articulated their emotions with zest.
BHOJPURI FOLK SONG : A MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA
The musical extravaganza is generally defined as the art of arranging sound to create some combination of form, harmony, melody and rhythm. Indian art forms have always been an integral part of our Indian culture and heritage.
The activity named ‘Bhojpuri Folk Song’ was organised in the week from August 30, 2022 to September 13, 2022. Students of Class V of the Primary Department, GR Campus experienced the true nature of ‘euphoria’ as they learnt the lyrics of a Bhojpuri song provided to them. They learnt the composition in proper Sur and Tal and enjoyed the rendition. Their rendition in gleaming costumes with delightful smiles and pride on their faces was captivating indeed.
The main aim of the activity was to help the curious learners comprehend the rich cultural heritage of India. It helped the pupils develop the feeling of love for the diversity of our Motherland and instilled the sense of artistic articulation.
PATRIOTISM : OUR INCREDIBLE INDIA
The Primary Department - GR Campus became the illuminating source of patriotism from July 19 to August 2, 2022 as the blooming, melodious voices of the students touched innumerable hearts through their love, innocence and vivacity.
The Performing Arts Club organised a virtual singing platform where the young learners were provided with a song, its lyrics, composition and a karaoke appeal to aid their preparation process. The little rock stars dressed up in tricolour costumes with the national flag in their hands and a majestic, well-pleased, sublime feeling in their hearts recorded videos while singing the patriotic song.
The participants were able to comprehend the importance of being a citizen of India, their responsibilities as a part of the young generation of the country and the implications of setting forth a nation that is well-read and vocal.
RASA AND BHAVA
Yatho Hasta thatho Drishti, Yatho Drishti thatho Manah,
Yatho Manah thatho Bhaava, Yatho Bhaava thatho Rasa.
A body without soul is nobody at all and a dance without rasa is no dance at all.
The Primary Department-GR Campus participated in the ‘Rasa and Bhava Activity’ organised by the Performing Arts Club in the month of July which waded through the importance of expressions in dance in their real life. The exercise conditioned them with a platform through which they could express their feelings of excitement and love. The learners were asked to record a video of their performance. The charming, delightful and articulate faces of the students enthralled the spectators greatly.
PRIMARY PR CAMPUS
A camera, no matter how many automatic features it may have, is a lifeless piece of equipment until a person uses it. It then becomes a uniquely responsive tool, an extension of the photographer’s eye and mind. In our endeavour to create our little Bal Bharatians as great photographers, Photography Club took students for a photo walk in the school campus on 22 September 2022. Students were apprised of the ways to click different photographs by setting the angles of a camera (mobile). They were given deep knowledge of different modes (portrait & landscape) in which they could click creative, descriptive, and expressive photographs. A brief and basic introduction of photo editing tools like crop and rotate was given to them. Meanings of different words associated with photography like ‘Photo Bombing’ were also explained in detail. It helped our students to expand or flatten their perspective using certain lenses.
Happiness is …
Photography Club organised an engaging activity on the theme “Happiness is ….”. The students showcased their artistic vision and creative mindset. The activity aimed at developing and encouraging Photography Skills and also inculcated in them the love for the art of photography. The idea of happiness varies for each individual. Happiness could mean a walk in the park, snuggling with your favourite book or exploring new parts of the world. The students explored and deputed varied ideas though vivid and captivating photographs. The students captured and submitted the photographs that celebrated what Happiness means to them.
Students of Photography Club bagged First Position in Expressions India Film Festival 2017. The event took place on 20 and 21 July 2017. It was a National Level Competition where 40 teams all over India participated. Movie was based on Family Bonding and title of the movie was 'IMLI'
“Your future is created by what you do today, not tomorrow.”
The Quizzing Club of the Middle Department organised the weekly Quiz on 29th July 2022 and 5th August 2022 at 5pm for students of classes VI, VII and VIII. The students attempted questions related to general knowledge and current affairs. A Quiz was framed with an aim of keeping students abreast with matters of global significance. These questions not only enlighten the students with what’s happening around the world but they also help in sparking curiosity among the learners, to know more about important events. Students took great interest and attempted the weekly quiz. 214 students participated in the quiz held on 29th July and 167 students took part in the quiz held on 5th August. The fastest 7 to give all the correct answers on the mentioned dates were:
29th July, 2022-
- Kavya Bhutani (VI C)
- Avya Pal (VI C)
- Yashvi Kumar (VI H)
- Rishabh Jain (VIII E)
- Bir Arora (VII D)
- Angad Singh (VI B)
- Gaurav Kumar Bhuiyan (VIII E)
5th August, 2022-
- Mishika Gupta (VII G)
- Ankit Pal (VIII A)
- Ranveer (VII G)
- Ayushman Mishra (VIII D)
- Adyut Jain (VI G)
- Kavya Bhutani (VI C)
- Laranya (VIII E)
MIND WARS QUIZ
The Quizzing Club of the Middle Department has been enthusiastically participating in the Weekly Quiz conducted by Zee 5 Mind Wars, held every week starting 4 th July, 2022. Each quiz was framed based on the exciting questions related to school curriculum, which helped children in testing their knowledge outside the books. Some of the topics were: Stars and Constellations, Wildlife of India, Indian mythology, UNESCO world heritage sites and Indian armed forces. Students took great interest and attempted the weekly quiz with zeal.
POSTER MAKING COMPETITION
With an aim to enhance the existing knowledge of our leaners about Road Safety, the Safety Club of the school organized Poster Making Activity on 18 November 2022. The activity engaged our learners rationally in paintings some beautiful message driven posters. Students from classes VI- VIII participated actively.
A ROAD SAFETY GUIDE
In the context of educating our learners about road safety, an e-book has been designed by the Safety Club of our school. The aim is to spread awareness, educate, train and encourage
pedestrians and drivers, so that they use roads in a proper manner. This change in attitude and behaviour of the users will stimulate safety on roads leading to an improved behaviour and
reduction in the number of people killed and injured on roads. One’s overall health is key to living a safe and satisfying life. The book covers road safety signs, issues, rules and regulations
for a safer road experience.
A ROAD SAFETY GUIDE
In the context of educating our learners about road safety, an e-book has been designed by the Safety Club of our school. The aim is to spread awareness, educate, train and encourage pedestrians and drivers, so that they use roads in a proper manner. This change in attitude and behaviour of the users will stimulate safety on roads leading to an improved behaviour and reduction in the number of people killed and injured on roads. One’s overall health is key to living a safe and satisfying life. The book covers road safety signs, issues, rules and regulations for a safer road experience.
Reinitiated in the session 2014-15 in collaboration with “Building Blocks Learning Solution Pvt. Ltd”, the Club aims to build a strong base in computer programming and artificial intelligence among students.
Altogether 79 students enrolled in the club for Level I and II. The first session of the club was held on 26 September 2015. It focused on – Introduction of Robotics and its Branches; Role of Robotics in modern life; Various components of Robotronics Kit; Different robotics design to be developed with the help of Robotic Kit; Details of IRC competition.
Subsequent sessions for each Level included the following:
- Level 1 – Gripper Robots, Robotic Arm, Object Lifter, Wide screen wiper and Scissor Lift.
- Level 2 – Programming robots for motor operation, Use of scissors in robotics, Line follower robots and Obstacle avoiders.
- On 30 January 2016, a common final session for Level I and II, on Design of “Object Lifter & Push Robot Model” was conducted.
- On 15 February 2016, the club members competed with each other to prepare robotic models based on given task. The same were displayed and appreciated by the club instructors.
SMART MOBILITY- CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS
The Road Safety Club of the Middle Department organised an activity on Sustainable Goal of developing Sustainable Cities and Communities for its students on 29 July 2022. The participants created e books, comic strips, performed mono acts and recited self-composed poems to create awareness about the important things to be followed in encouraging a safer road user behaviour.
The Safety Club of the Middle Department showed a Powerpoint Presentation to all the students of classes VI-VIII in April 2022. The students were guided for the precautions to be taken in case of fire emergency. They were explained how to get out and reach the safe place. Fire Tetrahedron was also explained to them.
GOOD HEALTH IS KEY TO SATISYING LIFE
The Safety Club of the Middle Department organised an activity from 1st May to 15th May 2022. The aim of this activity was to make the children cognizant of the fact that health is the key to safe and satisfying life. The students enthusiastically prepared posters, slogans, flyers etc encouraging the readers and viewers to become responsible citizens and ensure a safe and healthy environment in and outside school.
Lavanya Sakhuja and Garvita Verma, of VIII G bagged the second position in the Innovation with Waste Materials competition organized by Road Safety Cell, Delhi Traffic Police .
As part of School Road Safety Awareness Campaign 2018-19, Bal Bharati Public School in collaboration with Road Safety Cell, Delhi Traffic Police organized a Painting, Essay Writing and Quiz Competition on 23 October 2018.
Suryansh Jain (VII A) and Sukriti Shrivastva (VII D) bagged the First prize in the Logo Designing Creativity Challenge as part of ‘Safe Mobility’ – An Interschool Competition, conducted by Gyan Mandir Public School, E – Block, Naraina Vihar, New Delhi on 7 December 2018.
Presentation on Road Safety
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Students of Safety Club gave presentation on Road Safety to students of class 6 on 01/08/2017. The aim was to sensitize students on the need for inculcating the importance of following road safety rules. The presentation entailed various aspects of Road Safety like crossing the road from zebra crossing, wearing bright colour clothes while on road etc. The presentation also emphasised on the need of playing in parks rather than street.
Culmination Ceremony of School Safety Club
The Culmination Ceremony of School Safety Club was held at India Habitat Centre on 13th May 2017. The event started with the address by Mr. Vaibhav Kush, Research Consultant, Sustainable Cities, WRI India on Safety Club. The presentation on the project was given by each member school. The following heads were covered in the presentation:
(i) Expected Outcomes
(ii) Knowledge Gained
(iii) Initiatives taken to spread the knowledge
(iv) Future initiatives planned.
The road audit reports and the audit summary were submitted by each club member.
ACTIVITY – HIT THE STONE, PITTHU
Playing various sports helps the students learn life skills such as teamwork, leadership, accountability, patience & self-confidence. They get a chance to work on their physical and mental abilities to achieve goals in their lives. Many traditional Indian outdoor games teach children the value of the environment and give them an opportunity to connect with the nature. To make the students familiar with the traditional games in this era of digitization, the activity, Hit the Stone, Pitthu was organised for the students of classes II & III. The rules and regulations of the game were explained through live demonstration. The children loved playing the game which taught them values like perseverance and hard work.
Sports are a crucial part of a student’s growth and development. They help in the development of mental health and physical fitness. Through participation in sports and games, the students gain various skills, experiences and confidence that are helpful for developing their personality. To improve the physical abilities of students, the Sporty Champions Club organized an exciting activity, Gallery for the students of classes II & III on 20 October 2022.
The game aims at improving the presence of mind and muscular strength in children. The students were made aware of the rules and regulations of the game through a demonstration. They were guided on how to stop the players of the other team from crossing the passage/gallery by guarding it.
They were ecstatic to play the game which helped in improving their ability to plan, organize, get along with others, and regulate emotions. They were excited to catch the opponent abiding by the rules.
CHASE & RUN : KHO-KHO
In the Club Activity conducted on 18 August 2022, students were introduced to the fun chasing game – Kho-Kho. The activity gave them a tinge of Indian traditional sports which helps in building physical fitness & strength. The students were briefed about the techniques of playing the game. After a demonstration of the game by the club master, they played the game with enthusiasm.
TOSS AND WIN-GITTE
To inculcate sportsman spirit among the students and enlighten them about the traditional games played in India, the activity Toss and Win-Gitte was conducted on 21 July 2022. The game improves eyesight, memory power and enhances concentration & aiming skills in children. The students were made aware of the rules and regulations of the game. They were ecstatic to play the game which helped in improving their ability to plan, organize, get along with others, and regulate emotions.
QUICK PICK: DOG AND THE BONE
The Sporty Champions Club organized an exciting strategy activity Quick Pick: Dog and the Bone for the students on 21.4.2022. This game helped the children develop various skills like agility, neuromuscular ability, and reaction time. They were introduced to the game - Dog and the Bone and made to play it in pairs. The activity was exhilarating and a great exercise for their minds.
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Tech Club was initiated in July 2015 in collaboration with STRIDE Networks. The club aims to bridge the gap between academics and vocational training besides honing the technological skills of the learners.
- 72 students of classes V to X enrolled in level I for one of the three courses, namely, Web Designing; Graphics Designing; and App Development. Each course consisted of 24 sessions of an hour and a half, each. These were conducted in school’s computer laboratories by a team of highly qualified and dedicated professionals.
- On 26 November 2015, an activity based assessment was conducted for each of these courses to test the club members’ understanding of the software taught. The members of Graphic Designing made a Poster each on Iron Man vs. Captain America. The Web designing members developed a website each, on a Tourist destination. A Treasure Hunt game was developed by the members of App Development group.
- The club organized Technovanza 1.0, an interschool competition, in collaboration with Stridebuds, on 9 February 2016. 129 students of 20 schools from all over Delhi, participated in the grand event to showcase their technical skills.
In today’s world, we use technology in order to incorporate different learning styles. A significant benefit of integrating technology is that it helps in creating a more engaging learning environment for the students. Under the aegis of Tech Club, children were brought together to accentuate their brilliance and hidden talents as ‘Little Techies’. The activity, Yes ! I Know the Keys was conducted on 24.11.2022 to improve their typing skills and keys recognition. The students played a game called ‘Type a Balloon’. Based on the time taken and accuracy of typing, their individual scores were calculated, and the winners were announced.
The Internet is a powerful amplifier that can be used to spread either positivity or negativity. Students can take the high road by applying the concept of “treat others as you would like to be treated” to their actions online, creating a positive impact for others and disapproving of inappropriate behaviour and bullying of any sort.
The Tech Club of Bal Bharati Public School, GR Campus organised ‘Interland’ from October 17, 2022 to October 21, 2022. This activity was based on the theme ‘Explore the World’. The activity enabled the students to become aware about their personal privacy in the real and virtual world alike. Digital Citizenship Safety Tips were shared with students and they were guided to play a game called ‘Interland’. It was an adventure-packed online game that made learning about digital safety and citizenship interactive,fun yet constructive.
The young learners enjoyed the activity and got real insights into the reel world.
CBSE IBM - AI SKILL BUILD WEBINAR
Students and teachers of the Middle Department were registered for an online webinar for the IBM SkillsBuild program in partnership with CBSE on 12 November 2022. 110 participants
joined this 1 1⁄2 hour program which will lead to the Problem Solvers Tournament with internship opportunities. The session began with a video giving a brief introduction of AI and
the fields of life where it can make a difference. Student participation was ensured via questions from both the sides related to their pre knowledge of AI and areas where they experience the
same in their routine tasks. The participation by students was infectious and soon the session became very interactive and a lot of ideas were shared where they would want to develop AI.
OBSERVING CYBER AWARENESS MONTH
Session with a Cyber Expert, Dr. Rakshit Tandon
As per the Ministry of Home Affairs dated 30 March 2022, Middle Department of the school is celebrating Cyber Jagrookta Diwas through multiple activities every month. October month is observed as Cyber Awareness Month.
Taking this into consideration, the Tech club of the Middle Department organised an online safety talk with Dr. Rakshit Tandon, a cyber expert. The three back-to-back engaging sessions of one hour each were conducted for students of classes VI-VIII respectively starting from 9 AM. Dr. Tandon shared a lot of real-life cases especially pertaining to the use of social media with the students to make them more aware about different types of cybercrimes and traps laid by online predators. He demonstrated a few recommended settings to prevent hacking of accounts. The students were explained the importance of setting complex passwords and to maintain secrecy of the same. Dr. Tandon, with his professional expertise handled them all very well and gave age-appropriate tips and solutions to the students.
BE INTERNET AWESOME
As a tech club initiative, the teachers of Middle Department were motivated to participate in CBSE led teacher training programme in partnership with Google India on ‘Be Internet Awesome’, a program dedicated to safeguarding learners and facilitators alike while exploring the online world. Since the pandemic, online learning has become an inseparable part of the teaching learning scenario in schools across the country and hence, the need to navigate safely is paramount.
Many teachers and almost all students from Middle Department successfully completed the course and earned their certifications .A two minute video showcasing the activities performed was also submitted by each teacher .
Trainer certificates and badges have been already received by:
● Ms. Sandhya Thappar
● Ms. Savita Mehta
● Ms Nidhi Bajaj
● Ms Bhawna Garg
● Ms Shashikala Jain
● Ms. Mansi
● Ms Sukriti Sehgal
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is driving the next wave of technological innovation and is changing almost every industry around us. With the expansion and ubiquity of AI, educating the children about the latest technological and digital tools is becoming more and more crucial. With an aim to upskill our young learners, the activity, Quick Draw was conducted for the students of class III on 22.09.2022. In this activity, children were guided to draw different objects through the given clues with the help of a mouse and then a neural network tried to guess the names of the drawn objects. The aim of the activity was to accentuate the brilliance & sharpen the skills of our Little Techies by giving them a hands-on experience and equip them to skilfully use devices with Artificial Intelligence.
COMMEMORATING 75 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE
The Tech Club of the Middle Department organised a poster making activity to commemorate 75 glorious years of independent India. The children are the harbingers of new hope and development in any nation. They create to recreate the past in the most modernistic way possible. With an objective of highlighting the perspectives of our modern India, the activity witnessed some astounding posters redefining the essence of a progressive nation.
MOVIE MAKING ON SUSTAINABLE GOALS
A short film making activity was organised by the Tech club of the Middle Department for its students in July 2022. It was a wonderful opportunity for students to produce a movie highlighting sustainable features of any one country of their choice which makes it special in its own way. The participants showcased their perspectives and technical skills in creating marvels on the screen through incorporating technology in education.
CYBER SAFETY -NETIQUETTES OF CYBER WORLD
Education during the times of pandemic exposed students to the vast and to a large extent unregulated ,world of the internet. There is no denying the fact that it has definitely salvaged the hard times but at the same time it poses concerns with respect to safety of students and their devices at an impressionable age . Technology can be both a tool for learning and a weapon of destruction. With an objective to sensitise the children about the disastrous impact of the internet driven world, the TECH CLUB of the Middle Department made the learners cognizant of Cyber Crime and some NETIQUETTES in order to ensure smooth flow of technology in their lives. The presentation was projected in all the classes in the month of May in optimism of giving rise to responsible citizens.
SAVE THE PLANET EARTH
Our planet is an amazing place, but it needs our help to thrive! That’s why each year on April 22, more than a billion people celebrate Earth Day. Tech Club of the Middle Department organised an activity in the last week of April celebrating the unconditional provisions given by our mother earth with the taste of technology. Students expressed their gratitude by making e posters using varied applications of their choice.
Tod Fod Jod Club under National Innovation Council, Planning Commission, India was initiated in our school on 4 September 2012, following the guidelines of CBSE, to develop analytical & scientific skills among children.
Under the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 11 (Sustainable Cities and Communities) enormous emphasis has been laid to provide access to safe, affordable, accessible and sustainable systems for each and every individual.
The Tod Fod Jod Club of Primary Department,GR Campus organised an activity ‘Anemometer’ from January 11, 2023 to January 24, 2033. Through the means of this activity, the students were able to make their own anemometer to calculate the wind speed and watch it move, having hands-on experience to the importance of sustainable development.
Students created their own anemometer(s) using the materials easily available at their homes. The idea of innovation, creation and transformation allowed the young learners to put on their creative caps and discover newer and sustainable ways to develop and prosper.
The students participated enthusiastically and experienced tinkering, discovery and experimentation.
Under the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 9, “Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure”, enormous emphasis has been laid to build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation. One such medium is robotic arm (grabber) which can be used to lift heavy objects without risk of damaging the hand or object slippage.
The Tod Fod Jod Club of Primary Department, GR Campus organised an activity ‘Robotic Arm (Grabber) from November 22, 2022 to December 6, 2022. The students of Class V made their very own robotic arm and watched it move.
It was an initiative that not only channelised the mental faculties of the students in a productive and creative manner but helped them learn better technological skills.
ROOFTOP RAINWATER HARVESTING
Anika Arora (VII-C) made the model on Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting as a contribution towards the Tod Fod Jod Club Activity. The model demonstrates how rainwater harvesting can meet the ever-increasing demand for water. Rainwater harvesting provides self-sufficiency to our water supply and reduces the cost of pumping groundwater. Rooftop rainwater harvesting is less expensive, simple, and can be adopted by individuals. Rooftop rainwater harvesting systems are easy to construct, operate and maintain. Materials used in this project have been collected from commonly available waste material—reusable plastic trays, used soft drink bottles, cardboard boxes, and transparent tubes.
PADDLE MY CANOE
Paddle boats have been convenient and emission-free means of transport and recreation for many centuries. They have gained importance under the green and sustainable transportation agenda of
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 7 which deals with affordable and clean energy.
The Tod Fod Jod Club, Primary Department, GR Campus framed an interesting activity ‘Paddle My Canoe’ from September 13, 2022 to September 27, 2022. This was initiated to enable students to
make their own paddle canoe. As a part of this activity, students were instructed to utilize waste material available at home, to construct toy paddle boats and make them sail in water.
The objective of this activity was to make young minds of Class IV appreciate innovative application of green energy in means of transportation and learn the mechanism of boat propulsion in water
bodies. The paddling mechanism of this boat was very similar to actual paddle boats but instead they used elastic rubber bands to store paddling energy.
The activity received enthusiastic participation from students and appreciation from the parents. It was learning science with your self-made toys and a fun way of enhancing innovative creativity in students.
SPINNING WITH THE WIND
The Tod Fod Jod Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus came up with an invigorating activity titled “Spinning with the Wind” incorporating United Nations Sustainable Development Goals namely SDG-7 and SDG- 11. ‘Enabling access to affordable green energy’ and ‘making inclusive and sustainable cities and communities’ respectively are their main objectives. The activity was organised from August 16, 2022 to August 30, 2022.
Students of Class V were encouraged to make paper windmills using material easily available at their homes. The miniature toy models of actual windmills were made through optimum utilization of material such as waste paper. They created the models in various colours and shared images and short videos of spinning windmills.
The main aim of the activity was to make the students understand the working principle of a windmill. This spectacular initiative received active participation from students and appreciation from the parents and turned out to be a fun way of learning by doing on the go for the creative learners.
The Vernacular Club celebrates the rich linguistic culture of India and enables the students to explore regional Indian languages and thus help them scale linguistic barriers and take pride in being an Indian.
ALL ABOUT ME
The cognitive benefits of learning language are undeniable. People who speak more than one language integrate easier and faster in today’s globalised world.
The Vernacular Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus came up with another exciting activity “All About Me” for the students of Class V from December 20, 2022 to January 3, 2023.
The activity incorporated the “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat” programme which aimed to enhance interaction and promote mutual understanding between people of different states and Union Territories. Students wrote five lines about themselves on an A3 sheet in English language followed by regional language allotted.
The learners participated enthusiastically and experienced the rich tradition of India. The need and importance of respecting and learning languages other than mother tongue was also highlighted.
ACTIVITIES WHICH MAKE ME HAPPY
The Vernacular Club of the Primary Department, GR Campus conducted a fun-filled activity ‘Activities Which Make Me Happy’ for the students of Class IV from November 22, 2022 to December 6, 2022. This activity was designed in tandem with the mission “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat” which aims to enhance interaction and promote mutual understanding among people of different states.
As part of the activity, students were encouraged to chalk out the different activities which give them happiness. They enlisted any four of those activities on a sheet in English as well as the allotted regional language.
Students showcased their creativity and imagination while expressing their happiness through the allotted vernacular language with all zeal and vigour.
To celebrate the rich linguistic culture of India and encourage the children to explore and connect with the regional languages of India, the activity ‘साक्षर भारत’ was organised for the students of Class III on 28.11.22.
The students were sensitised towards the importance of education in our life and its role in the success & growth of a country was highlighted.
To emphasize on the significance of education & literacy for the development of our Nation, the children were introduced to the slogan ‘पढ़ेगा भारत तो बढ़ेगा भारत’. They learnt the slogan along with other quotes depicting the importance of education, in different regional languages of India and recited it in the special assembly. Dressed up in traditional costumes of the states represented by them, they showcased their pride in being an Indian.
“To learn a language is to have one more window from which to look at the world.”
With an aim to provide our young learners yet another opportunity to explore some Indian vernacular languages and pay a tribute to their mentors in life, the Vernacular Club organised the activity- ‘गुरु महिमा’ on 2.9.22. They were guided to write the phrase ‘आचार्य देवो भव:’ in different regional languages of India. They beautifully calligraphed the phrase on an A4 sheet and decorated it. With a feeling of pride and appreciation for our linguistically diverse country, the students participated enthusiastically and showed their love, respect & affection for their teachers.
CLOTH BAG MAKING ACTIVITY
The Vernacular Club at Bal Bharati Public School, Ganga Ram Hospital Marg organized 'Cloth Bag Making activity' for the students of classes VI-VIII in the first week of July 2022. Besides raising awareness on environmental issues, the activity aimed at sensitising the students about various eco-friendly practices that can be incorporated in everyday life to stop environmental degradation. Students wrote slogans like “Save Our Planet Earth”, “Clean India Green India”, “Say Yes to Cloth Bags”.
MATTERS OF BOOK COVERS
Date : 3 May 2022 to 17 May 2022
In order to celebrate creativity and achievements of women authors in different regional languages of India, the Vernacular Club of Primary Department conducted a fun-filled activity 'Matters of Book Covers' for the student of Classes IV and V. This activity was designed in tandem with Goal 5 of Sustainable Development Goals of United Nations i.e., to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls. As part of the activity titled "MATTERS OF BOOK COVERS", students designed a book cover and prepared illustrations of stories written by women authors and wrote the name of the book or story in English as well as in the allotted 8 regional languages such as Gujarati, Tamil, Bengali, Marathi, Malayalam, Sikkimese, Punjabi. Students showcased their creativity and imagination in preparing book cover along with learning to write in a vernacular language.
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ACTIVITY: मिले सुर मेरा तुम्हारा
‘We may have different religions, different languages, different coloured skin but we all belong to one human race.’ -Kofi Annan
With an aim to highlight the scale of linguistic diversity in India and develop a sense of brotherhood among children, the Vernacular Club conducted a special Morning Assembly - ‘मिले सुर मेरा तुम्हारा’ for the students of class III on 22.08.22.
The students who were dressed up in traditional Indian attire, sang patriotic & folk songs in regional languages of India. Their melodious performances made everyone feel deeply connected with the soul of India.
Activity: भाषा अन्वेषण (26.4.22)
The first activity of the session - भाषा अन्वेषण was conducted on 26.04.22 wherein the students were introduced to various languages and dialects of India. They also attempted a follow-up assignment for assessing their knowledge.
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YUVA TOURSIM CLUB
SWACCH BHARAT ABHIYAAN
As per the DOE Circular Number 1186-1232/dt01102022,16 students from the Middle Department and 5 students from Senior Department visited Tikona Park (Gujarati Park) in Old Rajinder Nagar on 31st October, 2022. The Yuva Tourism ambassadors took the initiative of cleaning the park and improved it’s aesthetics by planting a few saplings and watering the plants which were going dry. Gardener (Chetan) from the school accompanied the students and helped them accomplish their mission. The ambassadors carried trash bags along to collect the waste from the park. The neighbours who saw the young ambassadors taking the initiative appreciated the school authorities for the new enterprise.