INTER-CLASS DANCE COMPETITION - 17th July 2017
When we try to translate the vitality of our life energy into fluid moves, we dance.
The school is committed to create incredible opportunities for young dancers to exhibit their dancing caliber through high-energy, vivacity and electrifying moves.
On 17th July, 2017, Monday the students of classes I-V, danced their way into the hearts of the audience. The performances encompassed various styles of India–Punjabi folk, Rajasthani folk, Saraswati Vandana. Little stars of Class I and II hit the stage on Bollywood and Hollywood numbers.
The hall become colourful when little kids, dressed up in colourful costumes mesmerized all with their scintillating performance. Thery were constantly motivated and encouraged with the loud cheers by the audience.
Rajasthani folk, performed by students of class V was awarded with Ist position, Dance on English song performed by class II stood second, performance on "bum bum bole, masti me dole..." performed by class I students gained III position.
WRANGLING OF WORDS : AN INTER-CLASS COMPETITION - 6th July 2017
Goods and Services Tax (GST), the most-talked about recent comprehensive indirect tax in our country was discussed through an Inter-Class Wrangling of Words Competition was held for the students of IX-X on the topic ‘’GST: Boon or Bane’’. The participants, armed with viewpoints and statistics made their arguments more effective with their facial expressions, body movements and gestures. The competition took the shape of News Room Discussion when the speakers spoke vehemently on the issue and came up with their constructive solutions regarding the same. They cited instances to support them with suitable illustrations from to justify their stand. Through their thoughtful convictions, students were able to clear the concept of ‘One Nation, One Tax’ to all the students.
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INDUCTION OF STUDENT
COUNCIL - 18th May 2017
“Leadership is about establishing credibility with those you wish to lead."
- Victor Antonio
The school inducted its Student Council 2017-18 comprising of 40 members in an "Investiture Ceremony" held on Thursday, 18th May, 2017. The aim was to propel the students to dream the sublime and higher to contribute their efforts in Nation Building through effective leadership skills . The ceremony was graced by Dr. Munshi Md. Younus, Proctor & Assistant Professor, Zakir Husain College, University of Delhi.
Speaking on this occasion , the Principal Mrs. Sonia A. Verma motivated and encouraged the students to imbibe in them sense of responsibility & pride in them with a clear perspective , vision and passion to carry forward the rich legacy of Salwan Schools. She instilled in them that the skills they learn by being the members of student council would aspire them to be future CEOs, Entrepreneurs, Professionals and IAS Officers.
On this momentous occasion, students put up scintillating music and dance performances. The members of Student Council were adorned with badges and ties in a formal ceremonial manner by the Chief Guest, Principal and Director. This was followed by the entire council pledging to uphold the vision and spirit envisaged by Salwan Institutions and carry out duties with integrity, faith and excellence by becoming the agents of change. Standing with their heads held high, walking shoulder to shoulder, striving towards perfection, the student representatives, vowed to Preserve, Protect and Glorify the honour of the school.
The outgoing Head Boy of the school, Yash Prakash Yadav passed the mantle of responsibilities and power to the newly elected Head boy, wishing him and his entire senate, success and victory in all their endeavors. With new responsibilities placed on their shoulders, newly appointed Head Boy- Aditya Rawat and Head Girl- Arukshita Tyagi assured all the students of their commitment to serve with a difference.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Guest highlighted the efforts and opportunities provided by the school to the students to exhibit their talent and the contribution of the school in instilling leadership qualities among students.
Glory of the school was shared by the Salwanian song and it was a splendid moment to see all the students singing in chorus with soulful rendition.
Vote of Thanks was given by the school Director Retd. Col. Ashok Kaul who applauded the efforts of students for putting up a fabulous show. He congratulated the Students Council and encourage them to learn the ways and means to manage and lead from the front.
PERISHABLE RANGOLI - 15th May 2017
The school imparts the education keeping in view the connect with nature. With an aim to make students environment sensitive, aware them about hazards caused by the chemicals and encourage them to use biodegradable waste materials which are eco-friendly, Perishable Rangoli Making Activity was held for the Classes IV-V
Students carved beautiful designed of rangoli with biodegradable waste materials like dried leaves, flower petals, newspaper cuttings, coconut shell, pulp, etc and they also shared the essence of not using synthetic chemicals.
STRENTHENING THE DIGITAL INGENUITY - 1st May 2017
21st century is characterized with the emergence of transformed society wherein the digital capabilities of the students play a pivotal role. To usher creative imagination and digital atmosphere, Digital Card Making Activity was conducted for the Classes VI-VIII.
The activity was driven by students’ originality, creativity and innovation where in the children showcased their incredible out of the box thinking and knowledge about Digital Card Designing.
They learnt to put across their inner insights through beautiful cards and sharpened their digital and technical prowess.
BUILDING CONFIDENCE THROUGH COMMUNICATION - 17th - 22ndApril 2017
A Session on “Building Confidence through Communication” was conducted by the English Teachers of the school for the Classes VI-XII. The session dealt with the problem areas, development, types of communication skills at a personal and professional level. Students gained an insight into the existing communication challenges and channelizing these in the right direction.
The workshop focused on different brainstorming activities such as ‘collaborative problem-solving discussion’, ‘interpersonal communication mini-group exercises and role plays’ and ‘Simulation based on Leadership’. The session included a presentation, activities, quotes and some stories to make the best use of the opportunities.
The interactive session with the teachers was a well-attended one and enlivened with interesting anecdotes. This didactic and interactive approach encouraged the students to learn expressions while dialogue delivery through active participation.
LET'S PRESERVE OUR EARTH . . THE ONLY HOME FOR SURVIVAL! -17th - 22ndApril 2017
It has become need of the hour to impart environmental education in its true spirit and highlight efforts to engage the student community in making a difference by providing concrete actions and behavior to actively tackle climatic changes.
Envisioning the same, the School organized Earth Week for the Classes I-V wherein a plethora of environment related activities were conducted to develop and enhance the moral sensibilities of the students. The activities included poem recitation, poster making, paper bag making, special assembly on Earth Day and tree plantation in which students were told about the current condition of the earth and how it is affecting our lives. Poem recitation was a medium to encourage little children to think wisely about the environmental challenges and put across their thoughts in a creative way. Through poster making, students creatively splashed their creative vision on canvas about preservation of nature and environment. In special assembly, students were guided about how they can save earth by being its true stewards. Paper bag making was a helpful activity to make them aware of the harmful effects of plastic waste and how it can be countered with alternatives like use of paper bags. Class representatives from the Classes I to V planted saplings of various medicinal plants like Aloevera, Patharchatta, and Tulsi and watered them. The Earth Week celebration offered multifarious opportunities to the students to learn about the issues and make a tangible environmental impact.
PARENT ORIENTATION PROGRAMME - 25th March - 29th April 2017
“A parent is a teacher at home and a teacher is a parent in school and the child is the centre of our universe.” Maria Montessori
Orientation Programmes are great opportunities for parents to know what to expect in the coming year and also equip them for it. Keeping in view the same, the school conducted Parent Orientation Programme for the Classes Nursery to XII with the following objectives-
The Orientation Programmes for the parents of the Classes Nursery-KG, I-III, IV-V, VI-VIII & IX-XII were held on 25th March, 31st March, 1st April, 15th April and 29th April,2017 respectively. The highlights of the programme are as under-
GOOD LUCK CEREMONY FOR THE OUTGOING BATCH (2016-17)
20st February 2017
"Good Luck Ceremony" was held for the students of Class XII for the excellent results in Boards. The programme started with the auspicious Hawan Pujan in which Acharyas from Shanti Kunj Haridwar enlightened the students with spiritual wisdom, life management tips and advised them to concentrate on studies for a better future ahead.The atmosphere was filled with religious and divine fervor by chanting Mantras. Board admit cards were given to the students along with the warm blessings. After this religious ceremony,.students of Class XI put up a Cultural Programme. All the teachers of Class XII blessed the students with the wishes for their outstanding success in Boards.
The day ended on a memorable and happy note as Class XII Students remembered their school days with a lot of fondness and gratitude towards the School.
CELEBRATION OF BASANT PANCHMI
- 1st February 2017
To lead to spiritual enlightenment of the students and inculcate the values of serenity and calmness, Basant Panchmi Celebration was held in school. On this day, the school wore a festive look with yellow flowers and students were clad in yellow dresses to signify the month of the ripening of fruits and crops.
The celebration began with School Choir singing Saraswati Vandana and Strotas with soulful rendition followed by Classical Dance performance and a beautiful poem. The students and teachers shared their views on the significance of Basant Panchami emphasizing that the days of ignorance and gloom are over and the period of joy and spiritual awakening has begun.
INSTILLING SENSITIVITY ABOUT WATER CONSERVATION,
30th Jan. - 1st Feb. 2017
Cherished with the vision to pursue their natural curiosity, creativity and give shape to their innovative ideas ,the students participated in Bal Vigyan Mahotsav held at K.D.B Public School, Kavi Nagar, Ghaziabad. There were 40 participating schools and a total of 300 students in different activities related to Science and Technology. The theme of the competition was “Importance of water and measures to conserve water”.
The students secured 3rd Position in “Presentation on Eminent Scientists and their Inventions” and ‘Poetry Recitation on how to save H2O”. The events were successful in arousing the awareness among the students about water scarcity and concerns and inspiring children to devise innovative ideas and inventions towards water conservation.
SALWANIANS MARK 68th REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION BY DISPLAYING INTEGRITY, DIVERSITY AND UNIQUENESS -
25th January 2017
The 68th Republic Day Celebration held in the school was a spectacular display of patriotic fervor and rich cultural diversity.
The special assembly started off with the Flag Hoisting and soulful rendition of the National Anthem. In his address, Director,Retd. Col.Ashok Kaul shared the relevance of Republic day and ushered in the students, the new hopes for a vibrant India.
The cultural programme was studded with dances and patriotic songs, while a fusion of music, dance and drama “Hindustan ki Shaan” presented by the students of Primary Wing depicted the emerging picture of new India. The senior students presented an enactment , “Let’s transform the Nation” through which they portrayed India as Secular Democratic Republic. The Principal addressed the students reiterated the sanctity of the occasion and urged them to uphold the honour, integrity, diversity and uniqueness of the Nation.
UNLEASHING THE QUINTESSENTIAL ENERGY
- 30th December 2016
The school envisions to inspire the athletes in the pursuit of excellence with an objective to develop Motor skills, Stamina, Agility, Endurance, Sporting spirit and Sportsmanship.
The school conducted Athletic Meet for the students of Classes I – V on 30<sup>th</sup> December, 2016. All the students of Primary Classes participated with a great zeal and enthusiasm in all track and field events. The highlights of the event were March Past, Opening Ceremony, Performance Displays including Gymnastics, Taekwondo, Yoga, Aerobics among others. Thrilling athletic events 80m race, 100m race, Hurdle race, relay race.
The lush green track of the school playground buzzed with spirited display of speed, strength and stamina of all the participants and enthralled the spectators. Vote of Thanks was given by the principal Mrs. Sonia Anil Verma.
SALWANIANS CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS IN ITS TRUE SPIRIT - 23rd December 2016
Continuing the fervor of the Platinum Jubilee Celebrations and the unwavering service towards the Nation through religious solidarity, Christmas was celebratd keeping in mind its sanctity and relevance. Father Jais Jose, a Roman Catholic Priest in the archdiocese of Delhi graced the occasion as Chief Guest.
The drummers heralded the festive mood by their resonating beats. The choir presented holy and divine Showers of Blessings ushering in the Christmas spirit followed by soul-stirring rendition of carols singing. To mark the birth of the Prince of Peace, the students presented the Nativity Play. The arrival of the three wise men, the shepherds watching their flock and the angels who spread the message of the birth of the Redeemer, recreated beautifully what had happened thousands of years ago.Students performed Santhali Dance to express their joy, love and happiness with a strength of unity.
In his address , Father Jais Jose enlightened everyone about the significance of Christmas and talked about value based life lessons from the life of Jesus Christ. Sharing the true essence of Christmas, he inspired the students to learn the importance of love and valuing relationships rather than attracting towards the materialistic world of 3G’s Glit, Gold and Glamour. He applauded the efforts of students for putting up such a fabulous show.
In an interactive session with the chief guest, students asked various questions on country wide topics and felt enlightened. The whole programme was coordinated by the Students Council through which they learnt the ways to manage and lead from the front.
The celebration left a broader message for the society that the deep longing for forgiveness and peace with God is the need of the hour.
SALWANIANS WHOLE-HEARTEDLY PAY TRIBUTE TO FOUNDER FATHER -
5th December 2016
The School celebrated the 114th Birth Anniversary of Founder Father of Salwan Education Trust, Pt.Girdhari Lal Salwanji. In this memorable year of Platinum Jubilee Celebration, the students conducted a special assembly to pay sincere tribute to the Founder who established strong pillars of education in the country.The programme commenced with the prayer ‘Lab Pe Aati Hai Dua’, a song performance ‘It’s a happy day’ that spreads their joy of being a part of beautiful institution and a dance performance symbolizing the hopes and dreams that the Founder Father has blessed us with. The School Director Retired Col. Ashok Kaul encouraged the students to imbibe in them the virtues of the Founder such as passion, curiosity, consideration and compassion to lead a successful life. The Principal Mrs. Sonia A. Verma inspired the students to strive for excellence and carry the rich legacy forward.
KALA KRITI - 30th November 2016
Armed with colours and bright ideas, 8 students from our school along with 100 other participants from 13 academic institutions splashed their creative vision on canvas at the Kalakriti- an Inter-School Art Festival held at Gyan Devi Salwan Montessori School, Rajendra Nagar. A team of renowned artists comprising of Ms. Purnima Sharma, Mr. Kulbhushan were present in the Kala Kriti Festival. The Event was organized in four categories- Drawing & Colouring, Clay Moulding, Origami and Model out of waste.
UBHARTE KAVI - 25th November 2016
To develop recitation skills, confidence and social and emotional skills, Bal Kavi Sammelan ‘’Ubharte Kavi ‘’was organized with great zeal and zest for the students of Classes I – III. The students in dress of poets amused the audience with their poems and brought laughter to audience.The parents applauded the efforts of the students for presenting beautifully the pearls of poetry.At the culmination of the programme, all the participants were awarded with the famous Indian books i.e. Panchtantra by Vishnu Sharma, Autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi and Wings of Fire written by Dr. Kalam.
SALWAN CROSS COUNTRY RUN - 6th November 2016
Thrilled with zeal and passion, twenty four students along with four teachers of the school participated in Salwan Cross Country Run held on Sunday 6th November,2016 at Brar Square Delhi Cantt. On the smoggy morning, over 52,000 children gathered in Delhi's green cantonment to participate in the world's largest marathon of school students. The marathon witnessed participation from various schools across India, including children from regions such as North-East, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Indian Olympians - boxer Shiva Thapa and national record holder in shotput Manpreet Kaur - also participated in the event.In the category Under 18 Munafsar Chaudhary secured 31st Position whereas in the race Under-16,Nandini and Afsana secured 67th and 45th place respectively.In the category Under -14, Nikandan was at 87th Place, Arya Pal finished at 89th Place and Rohan Chaudhary and Hardik Sharma were at 90th and 93rd Place respectively.
FIRE DRILL/EVACUATION PROCEDURES - 18th October 2016
With an aim to educate and train the students for an unforeseen emergency situation like fire, earthquake, the school conducted a mock exercise and evacuation drill. Several tips during the emergency situation were discussed to sensitize the staff and students about life saving and rescue techniques in case of fire. Students also shared their view about the significance of Mock Drills in school.
INDIA DRIVE - 3rd October 2016
Graffiti Making Activity on Clean India Drive was held for the classes XI and XII. The aim was to promote awareness about sanitation and cleanliness in India because children deserve good sanitary practices such as clean school toilets, clean surroundings, and information on hygiene to portray their thoughts. Each team of four members poured the innovative ideas with exuberant and vivacious colors, patterns on the chart paper.
Group Activities of Mathematics to Enhance Collaborative Learning and Critical Thinking
The Study of Mathematics leads to logical and analytical thinking and its learning and teaching enables the enhancement of 21st Century skills. Keeping the objective in mind, various collaborative activities were conducted such as Math Quiz (I-V), Math-Relay Race (VI-VIII) and Sudoku Challenge (IX-X). In Math Quiz, the students were asked questions ranging from names of mathematicians symbols to numerical ability. Basic arithmetic skills to comprehension of few relevant concepts were tested in the quiz of five rounds. 4X100 meter math relay race turned the students in a very excited mood. In the beginning of the race participation, students were handed over a question paper consisting of four math questions. As per the rule each participants had to solve a problem and then he/she had to run and pass it to the next runner. Sudoku Challenge aimed at triggering the love for Mathematics in students and aroused their curiosity to complete the challenge.
Students also shared their experiences related to various innovative practices, which have gone a long way in making the teaching and learning of Mathematics interesting and meaningful.
REFUGEES ARE OUR COLLECTIVE CONCERN.......
.......an essay contest and a group discussion round by Nanhi Chhan Foundation
- 9th September 2016
Fifteen students of the school attended a Group Discussion Programmeorgainzed by NanhiChhaan Foundation at Vasant Valley School, VasantKunj. For the third consecutive year, NanhiChhaan Foundation organized a national level essay contest with a different topic “Refugees are our collective concern”. The top 10 finalists displayed immense understanding and sensitivity on the issue and also showcased exceptional oratory skills during the group discussion round. The jury of eminent personalities including Mr. RajendraPawar, Chairman-NIIT, MsSatyavatiBerera- Chief Operating Officer of PwC India, Mrs. Indira Mansingh- Chief Advisor at Development Alternatives, were amazed by the thoughtfulness, depth and purity of thoughts expressed by the participating students.
Chief Guest Shri KirenRijiju, Union Minister of State for Home Affairs congratulated the students and said, “The refugee problem is a complex problem involving humanitarian issues as well as rights of the indigenous people. The government must listen to voices including that of children and take action that is in the best interest of the nation.”
Mr. Harpal Singh, Chairman NanhiChhaan Foundation, said, “A civilized society is one where refuge is provided to the seeker, where the young become champions in support of the poor and the disadvantaged and where empathy and giving become societal norms. Through the schools essay contest NanhiChhaan hopes to develop an ethos where India's children engage with the country's social agenda.”
At the end of the programme, the students presented a mesmerizing classical dance performance and enthralled all present there.
HINDI DIWAS CELEBRATION.....
... highlighting the importance of Hindi language in today's era - 6th - 7 thSeptember 2016
The school celebrated Hindi Diwas with anattempt to promote and highlight the importance of vernacular language and to explore the hidden talents of the students. The students enthusiastically showcased their linguistic skills as they participated in various inter-class activities like SulekhLekhan for the class I-II, Doha Recitation for the classes III-V and KaviSammelan for the Classes VI-X.
The students recited poems of acclaimed Hindi poets like Dr. Ashok Chakradhar, Dr. HariomPawar, GopaldasNeeraj, Dr. Keerti Kale and KavitaKiran with great confidence and perfect diction. They learnt that poetry is the weapon to fight with the evils prevalent in modern day society.
The celebration of Hindi Diwas proved to be an effective idea to spread the message that we Indians must learn to speak correct Hindi and get acquainted with the aesthetic sense of the language.
GRATITUDE TO TEACHERS...
.........Celebrating the birth anniversary of Dr. Radhakrishnan 5th September 2016
On the occasion of Teacher’s Day, the student council of the School honored the teachers for their tireless effortson behalf of all the students by organising a special assembly. The students appreciated their teachers by celebrating the day with various dances, songs, poems, thankyou notes talks, melodious compositions etc. for the vital role that teachers play in supporting students and strengthening the future of the nation. The students also recognized that their teachers long hours and hard work go into designing challenging lessons, guiding students through their learning, providing feedback to students, engaging with parents and families, collaborating with colleagues, staying abreast of research & changes in content & pedagogy & leading. The students showed their greatfulness for the teachers are their source of inspiration. With immense gratitude…
SAMMAN DIWAS CELEBRATION - 20th August 2016
In continuation of the effort to inculcate among students, a sense of respect for the Armed forces of the Nation , sixty members from the school including students, staff and parents witnessed the celebration of “Samman Diwas” on Saturday, 20th August’2016 at Salwan Public School,Gurugram. 170 donors including parents and staff members from all branches of Salwan Schools donated blood generously to Army hospital and Red Cross Bank to show their gratitude towards the soldiers.
Various activites like Photo shoot, Canvas Painting, Nukkad Natak, song and dance performance were organised to make the Jawans enjoy their day to the fullest. The students laid Wreath on Amar Jawan Jyoti to show their gratitude towards Indian Armed Forces. They also interacted with the Jawans (from NSG and Commando Regiment of Delhi) and learned life lessons from their experiences.
Image Editing Competition - 17th August 2016
To escalate the interest of students an Inter Class Image Editing Competition for Class IX & X, through GIMP software, was organized on 17th August 2016. The theme of the event was “Spirit of Free India” in which students were provided with the digital photos depicting culture, freedom fights, national heroes, and Slogans, they mixed and merged the images to display the idea of free India.
It gave them a platform to showcase their creativity and display the learning from regular class routines. Students retouched the photos and portrayed a colorful picture by transferring the knowledge to each other.
There were five teams to compete, representing a class and a section. The result was judged by Mrs. Meeta Bhandula, HOD –IT & Vice principal and Mr. Shalender, HOD Arts. Questions were asked from the students to check there knowledge of the tools they used. Results are:
Inter- House Nukkad Natak Competition - 27th July 2016
With an aim to raise awareness to protect and promote the rights of all children, especially the right to receive a free and meaningful education,the school organised an Inter-House Nukkad Natak Competition. The street play performed by the students conveyed the message that children must avail education compulsorily and the parents must put all their efforts to ensure that their kids are not deprived of any right. Mother Teresa House was declared as the winner for their real portrayal of the situation highlighting the subtle nuances of chlidlabour.
...acquainting the children with bounties of Nature 27th July ,2016
Climate change has become the most debatable issue at present. Through active engagement, reflection and focus on this issue, the school shoulders the responsibility to the students from time to time to contribute their selfless services for the preservation of environment.
Charged with the same spirit the school celebrated Van Mahotsava through a special assembly wherein the students of Primary Wing recited poems; gave a scintillating dance performance, enacted a drama and delivered speeches in order to show their concern for deteriorating environment in large numbers planted saplings too.
We honor children and their ideas through the use of meaningful, beautiful, accessible materials that make them inquisitive learners with endless potential.
Inter Salwan Science Competition - 23rd July, 2016
The endeavor of the school has always been to generate knowledge, awareness and creative thinking by engaging students in cutting-edge research and develop scientific temperament to its fullest extent. With this insightful vision, seventeen students participated in ‘Tech innovation 2016’ an Inter Salwan Science Fest at Salwan Public School, Gurgaon.
They learnt about the various scientific concepts like space technology, water conservation and management, and scientific reason applied behind day to day life.
An array of activities such as
Inter-House Alchemy Competition
...igniting the imaginative minds - 23rd July, 2016
The school organized an Inter - House Alchemy Competition for the classes IX-XI.The objective in organizing such an event was to develop scientific attitude to create, inculcate and sustain a scientific research amongst young innovators. The three students from each house explained the various laws and theories of science with practical demonstration. Mother Teresa House (Team - Mohd. Saif Ansari-XI A, Mahira Ahmed-X-A, TusharTyagi-IX-B)was declared as the winner.
PARENT INTERFACE PROGRAMME - 14th to 16th July, 2016
In continuation of its effort to strengthen Parents -School relationship, an Interface Programme was organised on the theme ''Role of Mothers in nurturing, teaching and fostering goodness''.
The objective was to nurture in students the ''Respect for women and the importance of love and affection.'' To welcome this initiative of the school, mothers as participants shared their life experiences with a focus on value based lessons, motivational talk, safety tips, gender sensitization, subjective knowledge, professional guidance, storytelling, poems etc.
Students felt motivated and opened their heart to them in an emotionally charged atmosphere by learning value based lessons.
EMERGING LEADERS - 25th July, 2016
We feel delighted to announce that Salwan School has now opened the international doors for all of its students. The School has stepped forward to provide international learning and growing opportunities to students to enable leadership program was organized in collaboration with Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), Ms. Jeenifer Slat was the resource person for the program. She holds Master’s degree in International Education from Oxford University (UK) & is a researcher at a Deekin University, Australia.
This program connected Salwanins with ACER to share ideas, gain practical skill & network with one another. Students came together to expand their existing leadership knowledge, challenge their personal leadership goals & discover new ideas to help them make a difference in their own School & community. At the end of the program the participating students were awarded with certificates by ACER.
CELESTIAL SHOW - May 9th, 2016
The phenomenon called the Transit of Mercury had many earthlings pretty excited. The 7.5-hour transit was in view for the first time since 2006 on May 9, 2016. The transit was not only rare but it also provided an opportunity to see Mercury easily.
The planet Mercury is normally difficult to see because it is so little but when it passes in front of the sun, it creates a silhouette, making it a lot easier to spot.
Salwanians joined the other astronomy lovers at Vigyan Prasar, Noida to have an exceptional view of the transit. Such transits of Mercury happen only 13 times in the century and not all of them are visible from all parts of the world.
Salwanians joined the other astronomy lovers at Vigyan Prasar, Noida to have an exceptional view of the transit. Such transits of Mercury happen only 13 times in the century and not all of them are visible from all parts of the world.
This event provided space enthusiasts an opportunity to safely view the transit through special telescopes that filtered out the harmful UV and infrared rays.
DISCOVERY ZONE - April 25th to April 28th, 2016
At Salwan School, we are very proud of our inspiring and unique facility. From spacious indoor classrooms to an amazing outdoor playground, our space is ideal for successful learning from our hand-on curriculum. Our age appropriate settings help develop the social and practical skills that encourages imagination in each and every child.
Daily activities are designed based on a pre-planned theme and are led by our Montessori teachers.
“Beat the Heat” was an activity conducted by the Montessori teachers for the children from April 25 to April 28, 2016 with an aim to unleash their creative, physical and socio-emotional skills while having fun. Students acquired various skills like gross and fine motor development, eye-hand coordination etc. through fun filled activities including visual images of fruits and vegetables and the various things they require to protect themselves in summer.
The activity had an exciting new theme to keep the spirits high, promote fun while also challenge the mind with exploratory activities.
The exciting environment provided dozens of delightful ideas for incorporating physical play and learning throughout the day that allowed children to move their bodies and participate in games involving variety of skills.
CELEBRATION OF ACHIEVERS' DAY AND INVESTITURE CEREMONY
- 30th April, 2016
The school celebrated Achiever day and Investiture Ceremony on Saturday, 30th April, 2016.The events aimed at propelling the students to dream the sublime and higher to touch the momentous heights of success.
The celebrations of Achiever's Day was marked to acknowledge and appreciate scholastic and co-scholastic achievers. The programme witnessed 200 students being recognized for their glorious achievement. The school honoured CBSE Toppers 2015 of the classes X and XII and awarded them Rs. 11,000 each and Certificates of Appreciation. The students of other classes were also honored with awards and certificates for their exceptional performance and achievements in the year 2015-16. The students received awards and certificates by the Chief Guest Shri Paramjeet Khanna, Hon'ble Trustee Member School Management Committee. On this momentous occasion, students put up scintillating music and dance performances.
The Kaleidoscopic Achiever's Day Ceremony was followed by “Investiture Ceremony”, where young leaders beaming with pride were bestowed with the powers to perform their responsibilities and duties. Its sole purpose was to enable the students to learn the ropes of leadership in their years of schooling. Guest of Honour , Shri B.L. Khurana, Honorable Trustee, Vice Chairman, School Management Committee, adorned the students with Ties and Badges. This was followed by the entire council taking oath to discharge their duties with sincerity and fulfill everyone's expectations by becoming the agents of change. Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Guest highlighted the contribution of the school in instilling leadership qualities among students. The Principal, Mrs. Sonia A. Verma shared the efforts and opportunities provided by the school to the students to exhibit their talent. Parents present felt proud to see their children stay connected to the Vision of Founder Father Pt. Girdhari Lal Salwan.Glory of the school was shared by the School Song.
Names of Achievers...
THE INTER CLASS EXTEMPORE SPEECH - 25th April, 2016
Inter class extempore competition was held in the School for classes III to V. The aim of this contest was to stimulate an active interest in current affairs at the state, national and international levels, and to teach the student to present spontaneously in a clear and independent manner the facts about a subject as they appear in the best available sources of information.
WORLD BOOK AND COPYRIGHT DAY...........
............nurturing values through books - 23rd April, 2016
The World Book and Copyright Day was celebrated in the School with the aim to nurture creativity, promote reading to make them discover the pleasure of reading and gain a renewed respect for the irreplaceable learning beyond the classroom and learning by doing. Different Events and results declared are as under-
|1||Book Cover Design||VI A & VI B||1st – RhythemRanjan (VI A),
Goon Mishra(VI B)
2nd – Aaradhya Ruhela (VI B), Sarthak Khandpal (VI A)
|2||Quiz Competition||VII A & VII B||
|3||Just A Minute||VIII A & VIII B||Class VIII A - 1st-Aashi, 2nd-Mahi
Class VIII B - 1st-Anusha, 2nd-Saurabh
|4||Display Board Decoration||VI to VIII||
MAHAYAGYA - Commencement of Platinum Jubilee Celebrations
22nd April, 2016
It’s a matter of great pride that “SALWAN EDUCATION TRUST” strides into its 75th Year and the Platinum Jubilee Celebrations unfold its glorious service & assure the world of greater thinking & evolution. To invoke the Almighty’s blessings before commencing the year long celebrations. A ‘Maha Yagya’ was conducted at SPS, Rajendra Nagar grounds on 22nd April 2016, where Acharayas from Kaashi offered prayers to Almighty for equipping us to better train & impart skills to the future generation in helping & saving humanity for a greener, peaceful, compassionate & happier world.
In this Maha Yagya 12 Kunds were placed where 11 Kunds represented the 11 branches of Salwan Schools and 1 represented the Salwan Trust. Maha Yagya started with a 'Shubh Aarambh' at 7a.m. where Directors, Principals,Teachers, Parent’s representative, Head boy , Head girl and workers of each School offered their prayers to Almighty with the help of Acharayas at their respective kunds followed by Purna Ahuti and Aarti .
Students of Salwan school mesmerised the gathering by singing the first prayers of 1941 and 1948 "Lab Pe Aati Hai Dua" and “Pitu Maat Sahai”. Key note address was given by Harpal Singh ji who spoke about the glorious journey of Salwan Schools. The Chairman Mr. Sushil Salwan thanked everyone for sparing their precious time for this auspicious occasion. The programme was concluded with a Shukarana given by students of Salwan. Distinguished guests, Alumnis, approx 7000 students from all branches of Salwan and staff members witnessed this event which was one of its own kind and the sounds of the chantings and the aroma of the havan touched the each soul present there.
Students who witnessed the ‘Maha Yagya’ learned to imbibe virtues like self-sacrifice, generosity, self-restraint and charity and how to offer prayers to God by surrendering our body, mind and egos at the time of Yagya. They also learned about our Vedic culture and how to harmonize the ecological balance by converting the atmosphere into the heavenly atmosphere by listening the mantras offered to God during the Yagya.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON EARTH DAY - 21st April, 2016
To raise awareness and understanding of the environmental issues among the children and to instill a sense of responsibility to protect and preserve the environment a special assembly had been organized by the Green Brigade club of the school on the occasion of Earth Day. A talk had been delivered to sensitize students towards the environment and how by undertaking small tasks a big change can be brought was discussed. Also through a small role play the condition of the past, present and future earth was showcased. The assembly was concluded by the motivating and encouraging words of the Vice Principal of the school. She firmly talked about the car pooling and use of public transport to reduce the pollution in the city, making our school a plastic free zone etc.
...........nurturing the Art of Elocution and Effective Communication
18th April, 2016
“Discretion of speech is more than eloquence; and to speak agreeably to him with whom we deal is more than to speak in good words or in good order.” Keeping in view the essence of eloquence, the school organized “Inter class impromptu competition'' for classes VI to X 18th April,2016 . The main objective was to help students develop confidence to formulate their thoughts quickly and deliver a well-organized as well as an engaging speech. The competition involved a healthy exchange of arguments with the eleven participants in the first round in which they got topics through cards chosen randomly. The five finalists faced the exec panel who raised questions from country wide topics keeping in view the knowledge and curiosity of young minds that demanded the change from the society. The school believes such foundation will set the stage for further instruction on spontaneous speeches and oral interpretations. The outcropping is as follows:
ATHELTIC MEET - 11th April 2016
For the students of Class IV –V, a sports event, Athletic Meet was organized. The objective of the event was to develop Motor skills, Stamina, Agility, Endurance, Sporting spirit and Sportsmanship among students. Events Conducted were 100 m race, 100 m obstacle race and Medicine Ball throw. 100 obstacle Race and Medicine ball throw for both boys and girls was organized. Total 185 students participated in this Athletic Meet. The sports events kicked off with 100 m race. After this exciting start the various events lined up for the day quickly progressed.
CAREER COUNSELING WORKSHOP - 8th April 2016
The Centrality of Career in an individual’s life has brought out the need for Career Guidance and Counseling in the educational system.
Realizing the significance of the same, a Workshop on Career Counseling/opportunities was organized for parents of classes IX-XII on 8th April 2016 in the School’s Multipurpose Hall.
The Workshop session was conducted by the School Counselor; who deliberated upon the necessity of understanding ‘Psychological perspective to Career/Career Development’. The spirited attempt of the School and the Counselor was to empower Parents for providing effective assistance to their children in this very crucial stage of raising and guiding them.
ORIENTATION PROGRAMME, 28th March to 8th April 2016
An Orientation Programme is a school’s definitive step in partnering with parents in the holistic development of their ward. It is also an ideal opportunity for the school to connect with parents. Keeping this in mind the school organized its Orientation Programme for the parents. The highlights are –
Nur-KG classes – Speaker Dr. Bhavna Barmi, Clinical Psychologist, Fortis Hospital oriented the parents on ‘’Child Rearing Practices and Upbringing of a Child”. She shared her valuable experiences and apprised the parents with the skills needed for Upbringing a dream Child.
Classes I – XII – >Staff oriented the parents on :