Sr. Sec. School Affiliated to CBSE 2016-2021


Workshop Session 2019-20
Winning Ways with Watercolors– 22nd October, 2019

Since watercolour is well-suited to new vistas, themes and landscapes, a workshop was organized for the enthusiastic amateur painters for the Classes VI-XII.. With the traditional use of transparent watercolour applied freshly to give a convincing sense of light, students understood the brushwork and the sense of transparency and light coming in through the colours.

This young artists learnt to give a unique and personal vision to the picturesque images. Illustrators developed their aesthetic sense with architectural perspectives, aerial drawings, thematic impressions and freehand lettering with the brush amongst the lines, circles and shapes drawn.

Candle Making– 23rd October, 2019

The process of making candles is equally fun and calming. With an aim to train the students in designing beautiful Multicolored fragrant Candles of Wax and Gel, a Candle Making Workshop was held for the Classes VI-VIII.. The key ingredients for making candles included wax, colour, wick and decorative items like beads, artificial flowers, Its was amazing to watch different shapes and colors of designer candles. Students acquired knowledge of the range of candle waxes, what they are made from and the properties associated with the wax and gel types.

In a session of one and half hour, students gained an insight into different designs and shapes such as Pillar Candle, Floating Candle, Gel Candle, Moulded Candle, Chunk Candle, Number Candles and candles with Rose Flower Decoration.

Soap Making Workshop– 27th September, 2019

The school conducted a natural soap making workshop aiming at learning to make soaps with customized designs, fragrance, colours and ingredients that are suitable for different skin types. Students enjoyed the activity and created soaps using 100% natural, plant-based ingredients like Olive oil, Glycerin, lavender, Shea Butter, coconut oil and soothing ingredients.

The workshop provided students an edge beyond textbooks to open their creative side and work in the direction of entrepreneurship and self employment. The complete workshop gives a joyful and hand’s on experience to develop a better learning and understanding about the things.

Peer Bully Workshop – 25th September, 2019

To make the students aware about the concept of Bullying, a workshop was for the students of classes IV & V. The workshop was conducted by the school counsellor, Ms. Sonal Sharma. The workshop began with a discussion on bullying wherein the counsellor explained to the students what bullying means and what all does it entail.

The students were shown a power point presentation on the various types of bullying to help them identify bullying when it takes place anywhere around them and also to make them understand what roles they should play when it takes place. The students also understood the concepts of Bystander and Upstander with the help of videos.

The students also asked various questions related to bullying in school. The headmistress Ms. Surbhi Monga guided the children about how to report bullying and who all are there in school to help them. She also addressed many queries coming from children. The workshop ended with the students taking a pledge to ‘be a buddy and not a bully’.

Good touch Bad touch – 25th September, 2019

Realizing the rising cases of sexual assault of minors and children reported in national dailies, a special workshop on 'Good Touch and Bad Touch' was organised for the students of the Classes I - III. It was held to support the cause of creating awareness on child safety and to make them identify the 'No Touch' areas, understand who are 'Safe Adults' and how to clearly communicate with parents about any bad experience. The workshop also highlighted how to handle a bad touch by shouting 'NO', running away from the person and informing a safe adult about the same. Class Teachers, with the help of numerous videos, pictures, character play etc., explained the students how to differentiate and identify ‘Bad Touch’ and other ‘Uncomfortable Behavior’ from others. They were given instructions on how should one react or respond in an uncomfortable situation.

Workshop on Personality Development – 14th November, 2018

On the occasion of Childrens' Day, Salwan Public school organized a workshop keeping in mind the physical, social, and psychological well being of the students for the students of classes IX-XII, as this is a critical stage where they undergo, a lot of stress related to various aspects of their life. The theme of the workshop was ‘Personality Development.’

The workshop was conducted by Ms. Gagandeep Kaur, who is a renowned Double Gold Medalist with M.Phil in Clinical Psychology from IHBAS Delhi University. During the workshop, Dr. Gagandeep Kaur tried to hone the skills which are necessary in today's time to build up a better personality. She said that “Emotional Quotient is more important than Intelligence Quotient to be successful in life.” She even made the students believe that 'Yes, they can', which motivated and boosted the morale of the students.

The workshop went for an hour where the main focus was on: • Self-awareness • Building effective Communication skills • Assertiveness • Conflict resolution skills • A positive Attitude • A Never Giving Up Approach towards life

By the end of the workshop, the students were all charged up and had a positive and bright attitude towards life. They realized that in pursuit of happiness one has to dive deep within oneself and should have confidence and courage, to face the adversities of life. The workshop was an interactive session wherein students also participated in different activities, role play to learn various social skills.

The workshop ended with a question answer session between the resource person and the students where the students discussed their issues. The vote of thanks and felicitation was done by our Offg. Principal, Ms. Namita Sarbahi.

14th FICCI Higher Education Summit, 2018 – 30th October-1st November, 2018

International Summit on Higher Education was conducted by FICCI, at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. Our school visited the exhibition on 30th October 2018.

The event witnessed the participation of international and national conference Delegates, Business Visitors, Students from all Streams, Government Officials, And Diplomats from Foreign Missions. The FICCI higher education summit 2018, was a great event as it helped in bringing together Indian educational institutions from all streams and the international audience to enable interactions and discussions to enhance existing synergies in the higher education sector.

A total of 23 students of classes XI and XII were sent from the school along with the School Counsellor to visit the exhibition. The students were provided a great opportunity to learn about the various courses of higher education, their scope in future, various National and International Universities as well as guidance for various courses. The students also had the opportunity to interact with career counsellors and discuss about their career choices. The students also got to know about the eligibility criteria, process and details of preparing for various competitive examinations. There were also various book stalls from where students were guided as to which books they should buy for preparing for different examinations.

Workshop on Happy Parenting – 28th April, 2017

One of the best ways for parents to increase child’s genuine happiness is to embody mindfulness themselves .

Keeping this belief in mind, an Interactive Session on ‘’Happy Parenting’’ was held for the parents of the students of the Classes Nursery to II. The workshop aimed at Appreciating childhood as a unique and valuable state of the human life cycle and strengthening the close ties between the child and family.

The resource person, Dr. Sanjeev Arora, a Behavioral Counsellor, Parenting Expert and an author of ‘’Commonsense Parenting’’ equipped the parents with different ins and outs to help children achieve their full potential in the context of relationships based on trust, respect and positive regard.

Parents felt the need of effective verbal, nonverbal, written, technological and media communication skills to support and enhance child’s learning. They asked queries to the resource person and cleared their doubts.

Exploring the Career Pathways – 20th January, 2017

A Career Counselling Session was held for the students and parents of Classes X-XII ,with an aim to provide the students an insight into the plethora of career options available and the importance of making informed and realistic choices at the right time. The session was conducted by Mr. Sanjeev Arora, a prominent Public Speaker, Behavioral Counselor, Corporate Trainer, Consultant and an expert in the field of Career Counselling.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Students came to know about application of 3D printing technology in Aerospace, Architecture, Automotive Industry, Consumer Electronics and in manufacturing of Medicine products. They also came to know about additive manufacturing method and Polyamide material used in 3D printing.
  2. The students and parents responded overwhelmingly as their queries were addressed as per their expectations.
  3. They had an enriching experience to acquaint themselves with the skills required to survive in today’s challenging scenario.

Workshop on 3D Printing: Pursuing the passion through STEM – 2nd November, 2017

With an objective to keep our students abreast of latest trends in Information Technology and to provide exposure to the revolutionizing technologies, a day long workshop on 3D printing was organised for students of Classes III to XII through product engineers from 3Dexter company.

The resource persons briefed students about the fascinating technique of 3D printing and demonstrated the workflow of the printer.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Students came to know about application of 3D printing technology in Aerospace, Architecture, Automotive Industry, Consumer Electronics and in manufacturing of Medicine products. They also came to know about additive manufacturing method and Polyamide material used in 3D printing.
  2. After every session students had an interactive session where they asked questions and that clearly showed there excitement to use this printer. Their idea of creating a working robot through the printer was thought provoking.
  3. Children also had a hands-on-experience of the 3D printer and they created some interesting objects during the workshop.
Students learnt to create prototypes of the real life objects. The workshop gave a clear view to the students that the combination of Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering(STEM) is the combination which they need to study for making a successful career.


In order to help parents realize the child rearing practices, the school organized the counseling Session “Raise yourself before Raising a child” for the parents of classes I-V in the school’s multipurpose hall. The resource person for the session was the School Counselor, Mr. Moonis Iqbal who has an extensive work experience in multiple fields.

It was indeed a very healthy, interactive and informative session for the parents which presented a forum where they could exchange their thoughts with the counselor as well as pick up new ideas that would empower them and guide them in raising their children and will eventually enliven the relationship.

The counselor discussed about various parenting issues and how to overcome the communication gap among the parents and children. The beneficial parenting tips given by him were really praiseworthy. It was an enhanced learning and insightful experience for the parents as it allowed them to be reflective and at the same time be aware of the realities of their child’s psyche.


With an objective to discover the potential, utilize it to the fullest and make wise career choices based on their aptitude and potential,students of Class XII(Science and Commerce Stream) got an opportunity to attend a workshop on ‘Specialised Programmes in Engineering and Law’ conducted by UPES(University of Petroleum and Energy Studies) at Hotel Surya, New Friends Colony Delhi.

Students had an interaction with Eminent Professionals and scholars Dr. Ajay Prasad(Associate Professor), Mr.Anand Sahay(CEO, Xebia IT Architects India(P) Limited and Dr. Ashish Verma(Associate Professor) who answered all the queries of the students and encouraged them to opt for a career path which can cherish their dreams in a productive way.

Students were apprised with step by step process of overcoming any challenge to analyze the problem first and then to solve it by planning effectively and efficiently.

The workshop proved successful in sharpening the skills of the students, building their foundation of knowledge and facilitating the learning through which they can take their career to the highest level.

                    ... An Effort to Create College and Career Readiness – 15th October, 2016

 In an effort to upgrade the students with the necessary skills required to excel in the 21st Century, a workshop was held on 15th October, 2016 for the students of the classes IX to XI on the theme: “21st Century Skills”. In an interactive session with the students, the resource persons Ms. Deepti Jugran and Ms. Jasleen Kaur acquainted the students with various ways and means of honing the 21st Century skills seeing the challenges of modern and highly competitive world. The main focus of the workshop was to develop the 4 C’s of the skills, that are- Communication, Collaboration, Creativity and Critical Thinking. Interesting videos were shown to the students to arouse their analytical skills and various activities were organized to develop their critical insight. Students responded to the questions asked with confidence and clarity.


A session to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills was organized for the classes IX and X on 20th August 2016. The objective of the workshop was to develop in students the insightful learning to face the challenges of life with confidence and caliber.

In the session conducted by Mr. Abhijit Mondol, Social Science Teacher of the school, value based life lessons were taught to the students. Through the session, Different strategies of problem solving skills and overcoming the challenges were discussed with students.

Students were apprised with step by step process of overcoming any challenge to analyze the problem first and then to solve it by planning effectively and efficiently.

The school believes that such sessions will go a long way to develop critical thinking skill among the students to make them stand tall in front of adverse situations of life.


A collaborative relationship between school and families is a key element of quality childcare. That is why the school conducts workshops for parents on regular basis. The school conducted one such workshop on “Early Childhood Education and Care” on Saturday, May 7, 2016. The workshop was divided into three sessions and each session was given a separate topic.

The first session was conducted by one of our faculty member Mrs. Rajkumari and her topic was” Need of the Hour” in Multicultural classrooms. The topic included elements of diversity, healthy families, enriching literacy skills, listening, understanding, speaking and writing skills.

Our faculty member Mrs. Nidhi Anand conducted the second session and she talked about the “Value Inculcation in the Early Years”. She classified the value inculcation in young minds into three categories – personal values, social values and moral values and made everyone aware about the role of parents and teachers in imparting moral values and value education.

Our school counselor Moonis Iqbal conducted the final session of the workshop in which he talked about the Scientific Temper: Right Age of Development. He added that development is a life long continuous process, which starts at conception and how it is influenced by biological, cognitive and socio-emotional processes not limited to parenting and socializations. He also highlighted that how parents have to confront the challenges and realities during this period and that we need to rethink and rediscover childhood by revisiting our approach to parenting.

All the three sessions highlighted that we need to prepare children for life in a diverse society and to help protect them from bias and discrimination. Families and teachers can encourage children’s positive feelings about themselves while fostering understanding and acceptance of differing beliefs, values and traditions. Parents were also made aware that as children grow, they acquire much of their understanding and attitudes about the natural and technological world from them. Science is all around us and children are naturally curious about the world they live in and hands on relevant activities with an emphasis on learning about the science in everyday life which will further help them form a deeper understanding of how the world works.

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