Life skills are a set of personal skills and social characteristics that an individual needs for safe and effective interaction with himself or with other people and the local community.
We focus on imparting life skill education to the students to develop confidence in communication and cooperation skills, provide them with important development tools, find new ways of thinking and problem-solving methods, and provide methods for socializing, making new friends, and identifying behavioral influences. Our teachers and special educators carefully assess the learning of various life skills among students through activities, workshops, and programs organized in school.
Community Outreach Programme
With an aim to serve the community outside the school premises and sensitising the students about their societal responsibilities, we introduced the community outreach programme, which encourages the students to think beyond the narrow confines by breaking the wall of disparity. It enables the students to develop cultural competencies and gain experience by working in a variety of cultural communities. During the Covid19 pandemic, the school conducted a two-day operation for capacity building to disseminate information about the virus. We showcased the informative videos through screen projectors in Primary School, to make people aware of the spread of the virus and precautions to be taken and distributed masks to underprivileged and various migrating workers who took shelter in Anganwadi Schools and nearby villages.
Health and well being
Health and wellness are the basic prerequisites for learning and development. We regularly organise various sessions and activities to promote physical and mental wellbeing. Counsellors and special educators appointed by the school ensure that no child faces a challenge in adjusting with the school environment and provide them the right guidance. Moreover, various activities are organised each year in the school such as World Mental Health Day, International Yoga Day, ‘Sadak Suraksha, Jeevan Raksha’ Abhiyan, to sensitize the students about maintaining a healthy lifestyle and raising awareness about safety rules among students.
A workshop on the theme “behavioural issues among children” was conducted for the parents of the students of the classes VI-IX. The workshop emphasised on some common behavioural disorders among teenagers.
The school has been a proud recipient of Green School Award for five consecutive years by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) for taking an initiative in making a “pollution free school”.
Our School has taken up various projects and activities to help the students to understand the need of sustainable development. School recently installed a Biogas Plant, Solar panels to utilize the solar energy, paper recycling, tree plantation drives, Rainwater Harvesting System and celebrates Earth Day each year to create awareness for conserving the resources and maintaining them for the future.
Education is a milestone in the empowerment of women because it allows them to face challenges and bring a positive change in their lives.
A seven-day empowerment program for girls under ‘Mission Shakti’ on a virtual platform was organized. The campaign, ‘Mission Shakti’’ was launched by the UP Government at the onset of Navratri, symbolizing girls and women as an epitome of strength and vitality. Based on this philosophy, the school is providing them ample opportunities to develop confidence, empathy, communication, and problem-solving skills which empowers them for the future.
With an aim to generate mass awareness amongst the women and girls on protection and prevention from anaemia, we celebrated ‘poshan pakhwada’ on 22nd March 2019 at Chirori village Ghaziabad in response to the guidelines instructed by District School Inspector Ghaziabad.
The school organized a self-defence training camp conducted by the Department of Police, Uttar Pradesh for girls of Classes IX to XII. The aim of this program was to boost self-confidence level of girls and equip them better to fight unexpected attacks.
During the COVID19 pandemic, the schools are majorly dependent on online classes and because of this the number of children and adolescents using digital platforms has increased for educational purposes. The students were given workshops and sessions to create awareness about cyber bullying and develop ethical cyber decision-making skills by learning cybersecurity. Students at our school participated in the E-raksha competition organized by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) in partnership with the Cyber Peace Foundation and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Culture and Heritage Awareness
The school regularly celebrates national festivals and organises cultural and heritage quizzes with students of all age groups.
As a part of educational excursion, our students were taken to Sanauli in the Baghpat district of Uttar Pradesh, a heritage site. It aroused the curiosity of the students when they witnessed the Chariots of 2000 BC era which they had never seen or heard earlier.
To commemorate the 150th Birth Anniversary of father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi, the school has been conducting various activities since the inception of two year long celebrations. Amidst the COVID-19 crisis this year, the weeklong virtual celebration was conducted with a special assembly, consisting of harmonious compositions followed by a plethora of activities for different Classes.
To celebrate the 75th Independence Day, an Inter-House Heritage Quiz Competition for Classes VI to X was conducted virtually on 13th August 2021. The quiz was informative and knowledge enriching for the participants as well as the audience.
Founded in 2005, Salwan Public School, Tronica City, Ghaziabad is a Senior Secondary, affiliated to CBSE.