Middle Activities

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: BAL SABHA ACTIVITY(INNOVATIVE POSTERS/ECNOVATER/FLASHBACK (SKIT) )

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY, 14 MAY, 2024

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

The school organized Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities focusing on the applications of science in our surroundings. They showed their zealous participation in all the activities and also presented ‘innovative posters and eco sustainable products’ on the theme. The students also showcased their theatrical talent in the form of a skit ‘flashback’ in which they represented the innovations and inventions done by the great scientists in the past.

 

RESULT:

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: INNOVATIVE POSTERS

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ILABHANSHVII EASHOKA
IISAANVI SINGHVII DSHASTRI
IIIKAVYAVII ASHIVAJI

 

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: ECNOVATOR

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IMANANVIII CASHOKA
IIAISHE JAINVIII CSHASTRI
IIISANVI GAURIARVIII CSUBHASH

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: FLASHBACK (SKIT)

 

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IARADHYA JAIN

MAHESHI ARUN JAIN

SAMAIRA SHARMA

MANASVI PARASHAR

PARTH

SANCHIT SINGHAL

SHAURYA KOHLI

VIII D

VII C

VII D

VII D

VII C

VIII D

VIII D

SHIVAJI
IIVANYA GUPTA

GUNEET KAUR

ANUSHKA PAREEK

RAYAANSH JAIN

VAACHI AGARWAL

AVISHA JAIN

TRISHA PANDEY

AADVIK JAIN

VIII D

VIII D

VIII D

VIII B

VII A

VI D

VI B

VI B

ASHOKA
IIIANWITA AGARWAL

PRABHAV GUPTA

AGASTYA AGARWAL

NAVYA AGGARWAL

SARAKSHI NAKRA

SAMEEKSHA GARG

GAURANSH NEGI

VIII B

VII D

VIII B

VIII B

VII D

VI C

VI C

SHASTRI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BAL SABHA ACTIVITY – MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

NAME OF ACTIVITY: BOOKMARK WONDERS/KAVI SAMMELAN/CLASSICAL BALLET

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY , 23 APRIL, 2024

CLASS :VI-VIII

 

The school organized Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities emphasizing the importance of literature and its beautiful ways of presentation. They showed their zealous participation in all the activities and also presented ‘bookmarks and self-composed poems’ on the theme. The students also showcased their talent in the form of ‘classical ballet’ within time bound manner.

RESULT:

Class VI (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)
ACTIVITY: BOOKMARK WONDERS

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IANANYA SINGHAL6DSHASTRI
IIKRIYANSH JAIN6BASHOKA
IIIDELISHA DHINGRA6BSHIVAJI

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: KAVI SAMMELAN

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ITEJASV SAXENA7ASHASTRI
IINAVYA JAIN7DSUBHASH
IIIANGEL DEO7AASHOKA

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: CLASSICAL BALLET

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
I SANCHIT SINGHAL

NIVEDITA

KAVYA

SANJANA

AMARTYA

AAROOHI MITTAL

AISHA GUPTA

 VIIID

VII D

VII A

VII D

VIII D

VI D

VI D

 

SHIVAJI
II ANUSHKA PAREEK

VANYA GUPTA

HRIDYA MEHRA

TIYA GARG

SHANAYA TIRTHANI

AVISHA JAIN

TRISHA PANDEY

VAACHI AGGARWAL

VIII D

VIII D

VIII A

VIII B

VI E

VI D

VI A

VIIA

ASHOKA
III RUDRANSH GUPTA

RHYTHM SHARMA

AESHA KAPOOR

AARADHYA

KASHVI NAHATA

PRISHA SINGHAL

AVISHKA NAYAK

ATHARVA GUPTA

VIII D

VIII D

VIII B

VIII A

VII C

VII D

VI B

VI E

SHASTRI

WORLD INTELLECTUAL DAY

On 26th April 2024,The Atal Tinkering Lab of Bal Bharati Public School Brij  Vihar celebrated World Intellectual Day. Students of classes 6 to 8 attended the  online session.

Students were given information of Patent and Copyright.  A quiz was conducted on identification of logos. Students designed their own logos.

 

Name of the Activity : EARTH DAY
Day & Date : Friday, 19th January 2024
Participating Classes : VI-VIII

The main idea for students is to learn about the importance of our mother nature and its resources which are provided to us unbounded. To spread the awareness about the mother Earth and its valuable resources, the Middle department of the school
celebrated the Earth day with all its enthusiasm on 19th January, 2024 where students participated in different activities.

Some Highlights of the activities -
1. Students of class VI made an environmental family tiara and spoke about the benefits nature is providing.
2. Students of class VII made bird feeders to help nature and creatures to beat the heat.
3. Students of class VIII painted clay pots and planted saplings in them.

 

 

 

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: POSTER MAKING/LEAFLET/SKIT ON ROAD RAGE

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY , 30TH JANUARY 2024

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

 

Awareness and Road Safety rules are interrelated. If students will be aware of the value of life, then the chances of road accidents will automatically reduce.

To support the theme, students prepared leaflet-brochure as a tool to promote awareness in a creative way. Students also made  posters highlighting traffic rules. Students of class VI-VIII performed skit on road rage to show and make everyone understand the different parts of the road and know how to behave on each.

RESULT:

Class VI (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: LEAFLET-BROCHURE MAKING

POSITIONNAME OF THE STUDENTCLASS & SECHOUSE
INAISHA JAINVIII DSHIVAJI
IINAVYA GARGVIII BSHASTRI
IIIAVANTIKA CHAUDHARYVIII BSUBHASH

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVI TY:  POSTER MAKING

POSITIONNAME OF THE STUDENTCLASS & SECHOUSE
IRHYTHM SHARMAVII DSHASTRI
IIAISHE JAINVII CSHASTRI
IIIISHITA AGARWALVII DSUBHASH

ACTIVITY:  SKIT ON ROAD RAGE

POSITIONNAME OF THE STUDENTCLASS & SECHOUSE
I1. VAACHI AGARWALVI  AASHOKA
2. ANUSHKA PAREEKVII D
3. DEVANSH DEVVII D
4. VANYA GUPTAVII D
5. HIYA KHANNAVIII B
6. NIKHITA  GUPTAVIII B
II1. SHAURYA KOHLIVII DSHIVAJI
2. SANCHIT SINGHALVII D
3. PARTHVI C
4. DHAIRYA JUNEJAVII C
5. ATHARVA TRIPATHIVII D
6. AASHVI NIGAMVIII A
7. ARHAM JAINVI C
III1. KAASHVI NAHATAVI CSHASTRI
2. RUDRANSH GUPTAVII D
3. AADYA SHAHVIII B
4. DAKSH LAMBAVII D
5. ANIKA SHARMAVIII B
6. BHAVICA MEHRAVIII D
7. UDIT GUPTAVII D
8. AADYA GOELVIII B

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : CLUB ACTIVITIES

DAY & DATE: MONDAY & 18TH  DECEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI-VIII

Our school has organised a club activity on Monday, 18 th December, 2023 from 8.30 to 9.40am. Interesting activities and workshops were conducted to make students future ready. All the students of the middle department participated enthusiastically in these activities.Some highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in the club Activities-

AEP Club – Students were given an introduction on the topic, which gave them a comprehensive idea about Substance Abuse. Students understood the importance of sayingno to drugs. Students made posters and expressed their views and opinion on Substance Abuse. Students also explained the message they wanted to convey through their posters.

Health and Wellness Club – Swirl Smoothies: As a part of this activity students made healthy smoothies using natural ingredients. Students were told the importance of healthy drinks and the recipes of the drinks were discussed along with its advantages. They learnt the importance of healthy ingredients. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

Interact Club – Ms. Jyoti Rastogi from Times Group was invited for this session. Through this activity students learnt to work on waste paper. They used their creativity and prepared paper bags using waste paper. Through this activity they have learned how to conserve environment.

Literary and Creative Skills Club –An activity named ‘Flash Fiction’ was organised for the student, to enhance their writing skills and help them to challenge the challenges with the broad light in them in which they enjoy the aesthetic beauty of life in the midst of science and technology. The students were divided into groups of six students in each group. Each group was
provided with a prompt to frame a complete story with a theme while enacting the same. The activity helped the students to enhance their critical thinking, reasoning as well as communication skills. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

Nature Club – Students, using their creativity, made and decorated Bird Houses. They also presented their views on conservation of bird species.

Scientific Skills Club – A mandala is a symbol of the universe in its ideal form, and its creation signifies the transformation of a universe of suffering into one of joy. It can also be used as an aid to meditation, helping the meditator to envision how to achieve the perfect self. Painting mandalas enhanced the cognitive abilities of children. It also helped in expanding
their knowledge revolving around various geometric shapes and patterns.

Theatre Club – As a part of this activity ‘Prop-Up’ Students presented any form of act- role play, standup comedy, famous dialogues of any character using relevant props. This helped them enhance their acting and theatrical skills.

Teen consumer Club – My Business My Logo activity aimed to educate students about the significance of creating attractive and catchy logos for brands. The presentation component improved students creative thinking and presenting skills. The activity successfully engaged students in the world of advertising and brand promotion, making it a valuable learning
experience.

Tinker Club – In this activity students made innovative circuit designs with the help of breadboard, battery, connecting wires and LED etc. Through this activity they were able to learn about computational thinking.

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : RETHINK YOUR DRINK

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 16TH  DECEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. MANEESHA GOEL (NUTRITIONIST)

The session ‘Rethink Your Drink’ aimed at exploring healthier beverage choices. The discussion highlighted and promoted awareness to encourage mindful choices. The session also provided information on recognizing the drawbacks of sugary drinks. The session fostered a positive dialogue on nutrition, fostering a culture of well-being.

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : SPORTS NUTRITION

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 16TH  DECEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VII AND VIII

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. MANEESHA GOEL (NUTRITIONIST)

The students of classes VII and VIII were given an awareness talk on the topic ‘SPORTS NUTRITION’. They learnt that proper nutrition can help in improving energy levels, promote muscle growth and repair and reduce the risk of injury. It supplies the body with antioxidants and other nutrients that help in strengthening muscles and joints. When athletes are well-nourished, they have more energy for an extended period of time. The interactive session was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : ORAL HYGIENE

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 16TH  DECEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI AND VIII

Students learned the importance of oral hygiene and different ways to maintain good oral health with the help of practices like brushing, flossing etc. The session was engrossing and students participated in it actively. Students also shared different problems related to oral health that they face in their everyday life.

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : RESILIENCE

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 16TH  DECEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI AND VIII

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. SURAMYA BHATNAGAR

A workshop on “Resilience” was organized to help students comprehend the complex connections in life challenges. Students were briefed by Ms. Suramya about the resilience process and outcome of successfully adapting to difficult challenging life
experiences , especially through mental, emotional and behavioral flexibility and adjustment to external and internal demands. The class was quite captivating, and students eagerly participated. The session was very engrossing and students participated actively.

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY: CLUB ACTIVITIES

DAY & DATE: FRIDAY, 17TH NOVEMBER 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES : VI-VIII

Our school has organized a club activity on Friday, 17th November, 2023 from 10.15 to 11.25 am. Interesting activities and workshops were conducted to make students future ready. All the students of the middle department participated enthusiastically in these activities. 

AEP Club – Students were given an introduction on Right of Teenagers, which made them aware of their rights and their importance. Students were divided into several groups. Each  group consisted of 3-4 students. Members of each group prepared a wall magazine using the newspaper and magazine’s clippings related to child abuse, drug abuse and other problems related to teenagers. They also discussed about the teenage issues and understood the importance of speaking up for their rights.

Health and Wellness Club – Healthy Delights: As a part of this activity students made healthy snacks using vegetables and sprouts. Students were told the importance of healthy snacking. They understood the benefits of healthy snacks comprising of fibre and protein. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

Interact Club – Best out of E-waste: In this activity students learnt how to make various decorative things by using e- wastes like- CDs, Bulb, LED Lights, and wires. Through this activity they learnt to recycle and re-use the e-waste. They learnt designing and ways to use
their creativity constructively.

Literary and Creative Skills Club – As a part of this activity, ‘My Role Model’ students got a platform to showcase their skills, analyze, evaluate, and uncover their aptitude.Each child chose his/her favourite personality. The students spoke a few lines describing the character while enacting like his/her role model. The activity helped the students emancipate reasoning, critical thinking, creative thinking, communication, and collaborative abilities. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

Nature Club –Students, using their creativity, made Wall Magazines focusing on environmental challenges and the suggestions to solve them and gave a presentation on their work.

Scientific Skills Club – In Tangram fun students performed various hands on and developed their critical skill. Students learnt and understood things from the perspective of Geometry. Tangram Stem Activity enabled children to learn about a range of themes such as colour, shape, pattern, and size. It also helped young children develop an incredibly early understanding of Geometry and Engineering.

Theatre Club – As a part of this activity ‘Rasbahar’, students were shown a presentation on different emotions. Thereafter the students enacted according to the emotions shown to them. This helped students to present confidently, use different parts of the stage effectively and overcome their stage fear.

Teen consumer Club – The Slogan Writing activity aimed to educate students about the significance of creating an attractive and catchy tagline for products. This helped students improve their creative thinking and writing skills. The activity successfully engaged students in the world of advertising and brand promotion, making it a valuable learning experience.

Tinker Club – In the Design Thinking activity students made new and attractive designs using old and discarded materials and integrated them with breadboard, battery, connecting wires and LED etc. Through this activity they were able to enhance their creative skills.

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY: INTERHOUSE ACTIVITY (BUSKING SHOW/ AD-VENTURA/ DIY BEST OUT OF WASTE)

DAY & DATE: TUESDAY, 7TH NOVEMBER 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES : VI-VIII

 

Judicious use of resources is crucial. Reckless consumption and overutilization of resources can lead to their rapid depletion, disrupting the balance of our ecosystem. To support the theme, students prepared advertisements in a creative way using relevant props and costumes. Students also made artwork using waste material to make purposeful things highlighting 5R’s of conservation. Students of class VI-VIII participated in nukkad natak-Busking show where they pointed out various aspects on conservation of nature, balanced and fair distribution of resources, promoting overall development and sustainability.

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY: WORKSHOP ON FIRST AID 

DAY & DATE: MONDAY, 6TH NOVEMBER  2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI

NUMBER OF STUDENTS PARTICIPATED: 220

The students of Bal Bharati Public School, Brij Vihar Class VI participated in Workshop “First Aid” provided by the company “Betadine “. Students were given information on first aid in self-wound , minor burns, fainting. Students were told about all the first aid items that should be placed in a first aid box. They were also provided information on first aid in case of dog bite, nose bleeding. The session was very informative and students enjoyed it .

 

 

 

 

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY :SAY NO TO CORRUPTION & COMMIT TO THE NATION(SLOGAN WRITING)

DAY & DATE: MONDAY & 6TH  NOVEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI

NUMBER OF STUDENTS PARTICIPATED :188

TOPIC : BAD EFFECTS OF CORRUPTION

 

 

As a strong step towards making our future generation aware about corruption, the government has launched the Vigilance Awareness Week (VAW). The students of class VI participated in Activity-‘Say no to corruption, commit to the nation’. Students had written slogan on the given topic. The activity was very engrossing and all the students participated actively. Students also have learnt to follow the moral ethics and be a vigilant member of society.

 

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY :SAY NO TO CORRUPTION & COMMIT TO THE NATION(POSTER MAKING)

DAY & DATE: MONDAY & 6TH  NOVEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VII

NUMBER OF STUDENTS PARTICIPATED :144

TOPIC : BAD EFFECTS OF CORRUPTION

The Objective of Vigilance Awareness Week is to sensitize the public against the menace of corruption and reaffirm our commitment to fight corruption at all levels and from all walks of life. The ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) is observing the Vigilance Awareness Week from 30th October to 5th November,2023.Thus, the following activity has been conducted to attain the objective of commitment to the Nation with the objective of saying No to Corruption. Students has made posters on the given topic. The activity was very interesting and all students participated actively.

 

 

 

Name of the Program: संस्कृतोत्सव प्रदर्शनी

Host School: Bal Bharati Public School , Gangaram Marg, Delhi

Participants: Lavishka Bansal, Yajat Madhwal, Sanskriti Singh(VIIIA),Hiya Khanna , Avantika Chaudhary (VIII B)

Day & Date:  Friday, 3rd November 2023

 

To enlighten & emphasize the importance of Sanskrit not only as a language but as a life skill. It was an amazing experience to see all Indian mythological. Epics and literature under one roof. Informative charts and models were the main attraction of the exhibition.

Various day-to- day materials were displayed with their Sanskrit labels. The renowned personalities like- Sri A B Shukla(IAS) the chairperson of Indian Education Board, Dr. Devki Nandan (from NCERT), Prof. Diwakar Acharya ( Oxford University) guided the students. Their valuable speeches enlightened us a lot.

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : RUN FOR UNTIY

DAY & DATE: TUESDAY & 31st  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI- VIII

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : OATH TAKING CEREMONY ON RASHTRIYA EKTA DIVAS

DAY & DATE: TUESDAY & 31st  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VII

The Birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the architect of the national integration of independent India, is observed as Rashtriya Ekta Divas (National Unity Day) on 31st October every year. This is an occasion to foster and reinforce our commitment to strengthen the unity, integrity, and security of the nation. Thus, to attain the objective of Rashtriya Ekta Divas , Bal Bharati Public School Brij Vihar organized an oath taking ceremony on 31st October,2023 for the students of class VII.

 

 

 

 

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : OATH TAKING(MISSION SHAKTI)

DAY & DATE: THURSDAY & 26th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VIII

 

On the occasion of Shardiya Navratri, the government has launched the Mission Shakti Program to spread awareness of girls and women 's safety and respect. Thus, to attain the objective of Mission Shakti, Bal Bharati Public School Brij Vihar organized an oath taking ceremony on 26th October,2023 for the students of class VIII. The aim of the program was to spread awareness within the society and sensitize them for the safety and honour of women and girls.

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : MISSION SHAKTI ACTIVITY(POSTER MAKING)

DAY & DATE: THURSDAY & 26th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI

As a strong step towards making our girls & Women safe and Smart, the government has launched the Mission Shakti program On the occasion of Shardiya Navratri. Thus, the following activity has been conducted to attain the objective of Mission Shakti with the objective of spreading awareness and educating students. Students have made posters on the given topic. The activity was very engrossing and all students participated actively. Students also have learnt to respect girls & Women.

 

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : WORKSHOP(SELF DEFENCE TRAINING FOR GIRLS)

DAY & DATE: WEDNESDAY & 25th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VII - VIII

RESOURCE PERSON: MS. PREETY

 

As a strong step towards making our girls safe and smart, Bal Bharati Public School Brij Vihar conducted a workshop in the school campus for girls, wherein they have learnt self defence. The workshop was conducted by U.P. Police for the girls of classes VII to VIII with the objective of spreading awareness and educating girls about their safety, at a time when child abuse and molestation exist as dark realities in society. The Workshop was very engrossing and all girls participated actively. Students also have learnt different ways to overcome these challenges.  With this gathering, the girls will now be able to distinguish and defend themselves against such dangers.

 

 

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : RADIO SHOW/ BHULI YAADEIN-RAMP WALK/CHARACTERS COME ALIVE

DAY & DATE: TUESDAY & 17th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI - VIII

 

Persistence is the choice to continue something inspite of difficulty and struggle to achieve your goal. Students of classes VI–VIII participated enthusiastically in the inter-house activity 'Radio Show' wherein they took interviews of various personalities in the fields of science, entertainment, sports, and politics. This promoted an educated and diverse civil society through the development of high-quality, enriching content. Students also participated in the activity 'Bhuli Yaadein-Ramp Walk' , they came dressed up and spoke about veteran dignitaries to motivate others. Along with this, students also role-played and enacted like their favorite influencer.

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : CLUB ACTIVITY

DAY & DATE: MONDAY & 9th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI AND VIII

Our school has organised a club activity on Monday, 9 th October 2023, from 12.55 to 2.00 pm. Interesting activities and workshops were conducted to make students ready for future.All the students of the middle department participated enthusiastically in these activities.Some highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in the club Activities-

AEP Club – Students were shown a Power Point Presentation giving emphasis on Time Management, which helped them make better use of the time they had for studies and other activities. Students were divided into groups of 2-3 members. Each group was asked to make a list of activities through which they wasted time. Thereafter each group gave a small presentation on how to manage time effectively.

Health and Wellness Club –Dr. Anupama Kukreja BHMS, MD (Homeopathy) was invited as a resource person to conduct a session on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for the students. She is a Homeopathic Physician practising since 2009 at Heal and Cure Homeopathic Clinic.Students learnt about the anger and stress management techniques to cope up with stress and anxiety that they face in their daily life. Students interacted with the resource person and shared their views on the topic. The session was very engrossing and the students participated enthusiastically in the session.

Interact Club – Care for caregivers: As a part of this activity students were first introduced to the concept of caregiving to sensitize them towards their carer. Thereafter students prepared posters, wrote poems to express their love and gratitude towards their career. The objective of this activity was to raise awareness about caregivers' roles, responsibilities, and well-being while equipping students with the knowledge and tools to support caregivers within their families and communities.

Literary and Creative Skills Club – The Club Activity ‘Dust Jacket’ was organized for the students. Each participant designed a book jacket using ecofriendly and renewable material. The participants also spoke on why their book jacket was appropriate for the story and the thought process behind its creation. The participants were given 30 minutes for preparation and 35 minutes for designing their book jackets. Each participant displayed creativity and skill in their artwork, bringing their own understanding of the story to life with their illustrated covers. 

Nature Club – An activity named Self Contemplation was organised for the students to sensitize them towards the tribal culture. As a part of this activity students showcased our tribal culture and tradition by getting dressed up like them and also showed their creativity by making different 3D tribal musical instruments and tribal jewellery. 

Scientific Skills Club – Students performed various hands-on like pendulum painting, toothpick bridge, evaporation art etc. to develop their critical skills. STEAM ART challenges students to think outside the box and allows them the freedom to explore different designs and ideas that no one has thought about before. Allowing creativity and imagination to flow freely can lead to improving a child’s problem-solving skills as they learn how to interpret information and voice their ideas and opinions in a creative and confident way.

Theatre Club – Mr. Bhaavesh Suryakant from Hindustan Times Educational Department - PACE was invited for this session. A small workshop on Stage Management was conducted for the students. After the workshop students presented their theatrical skills in form of mimicry, voice modulation, acting, standup comedy etc. This helped students to present confidently, use different parts of the stage effectively and overcome their stage fear.

Teen consumer Club – The Peek at Packaging activity was conducted for the students. The main aim of the activity was to educate students about the significance of eco-friendly packaging materials and inculcate creative thinking about sustainable packaging solutions. Students actively participated in the activity and gained valuable insights into the importance

of eco-friendly packaging.

Tinker Club – In this session students made LED lights using breadboard, battery, connecting wires and LED. Through this activity they were able to learn about Arduino breadboards, series and parallel circuits.

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : ALLERGIES - TYPES AND PRECAUTIONS

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 7th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI AND VIII

RESOURCE PERSON : DR. POONAM SHARMA

Allergies, also known as allergic diseases, are various conditions caused by hypersensitivity of the immune system to typically harmless substances in the environment. These diseases include hay fever, food allergies, atopic dermatitis, allergic asthma, and anaphylaxis. Symptoms may include red eyes, an itchy rash, sneezing, coughing, a runny nose, shortness of breath, or swelling. A session on Allergies - Types and Precautions was conducted by Dr. Poonam Sharma for the students of class VI and VIII where a platform was given to the students to have an idea of allergies, its types and precautions.

 

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 7th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. KAVITA GUPTA

One online session on Digital Citizenship was conducted online for class VI. The session was on the topic - “Importance of tracking your screen time”. The session helped students to analyze how much time they spend on screen using mobiles, tablets etc. Many relevant videos were shown to them. Students learned how to use habit tracker to develop digital well-being. Students participated in all the activities conducted during the session and enjoyed the same very much.

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : PROTEIN RICH FOODS - ROLE AND IMPORTANCE

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 7th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VII-VIII

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. MANEESHA GOEL (NUTRITIONIST)

The students of classes VII and VIII were given an awareness talk on the importance and food sources of proteins. Students were told that protein plays an essential role in many bodily functions, including recovery and repair of tissues in the muscles, skin, organs, blood, hair and nails. They actively discussed the sources of proteins in their diet. They were made to understand that nutrition is a foundation for a healthy life and the right nutrition can help bodies heal, recover and get strong. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : HEALTHY DELIGHTS

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 7th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VII-VIII

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. MANEESHA GOEL (NUTRITIONIST)

 

The students of classes VII and VIII were given an awareness talk on the healthy alternatives in snacks.. Students were told the importance of healthy snacking and the characteristics of a good snack and several healthy snack ideas were given. They realized the positive physical and mental effects of snacks with fibre and protein. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

 

 

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : BOOST YOUR MEMORY AND CONCENTRATION

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 7th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI-VIII

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. DEEPANSHI TANDON

"Boost Your Memory and Concentration" was conducted by the esteemed resource person, Ms. Deepanshi Tandon. The primary objective of this workshop was to equip students with valuable strategies to enhance their memory and concentration, particularly during the challenging period of exams. During the workshop, students actively participated and engaged in discussions, gaining insight into various techniques to improve memory retention and concentration levels.

Ms. Tandon shared practical tips and methods that can be applied in daily study routines, ensuring effective preparation for exams. 

In conclusion, the "Boost Your Memory and Concentration" workshop led by Ms. Deepanshi Tandon was a resounding success. It equipped students with valuable tools and knowledge to enhance their cognitive abilities and excel in their studies, especially during the demanding periods of examination.

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : SWACHHTA HI SEVA- A CLEANLINESS DRIVE

DAY & DATE: TUESDAY & 3rd  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI-VIII

 

 

 

‘Cleanliness Is Next To Godliness.’

-Mahatma Gandhi

 

 

With such motive, Bal Bharati Public School, Brij Vihar organized a cleanliness drive on 3rd October 2023 where the students of the Nature and Heritage Club participated with great zeal. The main purpose of this drive was to create an awareness among the people about the benefits of cleanliness. Students collected garbage from the school and its surroundings and they also brought several placards to show their commitment to such a good cause.

Students relished the drive as it gave them an opportunity to get in touch with nature.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NAME OF THE EVENT: TEACHERS’ DAY ASSEMBLY

DAY & DATE: MONDAY & 4TH SEPTEMBER, 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI-VIII

 

 

 

Teachers’ Day is observed on 5th September. This day is also the birthday of the second President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. This day is celebrated in various ways in various educational institutions across the country. Bal Bharati Public School, Brij Vihar also celebrated Teachers’ Day with zeal and enthusiasm this year.

The entire event took place in the MP Hall of the school. The venue was decorated with several display boards and banners that were prepared by the students themselves. The students from class VI to VIII participated in the programme. The formal programme started at 7.45 am with the prayer song and welcome speech by the anchors and then it followed a series of cultural presentation that included poem recitation, dance performance, song presentation and skit etc. The dance performance by the students of the school in honour of their teachers was really amazing and it revealed their inner talent. The melodious song sung by the children wove the threads of the event more closely. The presentation of the skit and poem recitation by the students also deserved a special accolade.

The programme was conducted under the tutelage of the Principal Madam of the school. She also delivered a befitting speech on the significance of Teachers’ Day. The programme ended at 08.20 am with vote of thanks.

 

 

 

Name of the Activity                        : Mock Drill on Earthquake Preparedness

Day& Date                                        : Monday, 28th August, 2023

Participating Class                          : VI -  VIII

Teacher Coordinator                       : Respective class teachers

  

A Mock drill  on ‘Earthquake Preparedness’ was conducted on 28th August, 2023 for the students of classes VI to VIII.  It aimed at teaching students, teachers, and staff exactly what to do when the ground shakes: Drop, Cover, and Hold On. The main objective of this session was to raise awareness and to teach the necessary steps to take if anything unexpected happens on campus.

Highlights of the activities:

  1. Drop , Cover and Hold
  2. To know about the safety measures
  3. Stay away from buildings when outside
  4. A medical kit should always be kept ready

Students learned about:

  1. Concept of drop, cover and hold
  2. need to identify the safe spots in our building

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: JINGLE/ MASQUERADE SHOW/ POEMANDU

DAY/DATE: MONDAY;15th May, 2023

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

 

 

 

Self-esteem and a positive attitude go hand-in-hand that perceives situations in a constructive way. To develop positive approach in students, the school organized an Inter-House competition for the students of grade VI to VIII. The students participated in various activities to promote and help students develop positive approach in life. 

Children showcased zealous participation and presented "Jingles" on positive approach .The melodious songs pulled the heartstrings of the audience. A quiz for the audience was also organized on the given theme after every presentation. Students of class VII presented  "masquerade show"  in which they dressed up as their chosen characters. They spoke about the famous personalities who were able to set an example of positivity, enthusiasm and optimism. Music binds our soul, heart and emotions. Students of class VIII recited poems based on positive approach to awaken the spirit and enlighten our heart.

 

 

RESULT:

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: MASQUERADE SHOW

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IUDIT GUPTAVIIDSHASTRI
IISANCHIT SINGALVIIDSHIVAJI
IIIDAIVIK TALWARVIIEASHOKA

 

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: POEMANDU

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
 INAVYA GARGVIIIBSHASTRI
IIADVIKA JAINVIII DSHIVAJI
IIIANUSHA JAINVIIIDASHOKA

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: JINGLE

 

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ISHAURYA BHALLA

VEYDANT BAJAJ

SAMARTH BANSAL

PRANAV JINDAL

ABEER JAIN

BHAVICA MEHRA

DAKSH GAJWANI

DIYA SUNIL

VIII E

VIII C

VIII D

VIII C

VIII B

VIII D

VIII C

VIII D

SHASHTRI
IIAMARTYA CHATURVEDI

AKSHAT DUTT

ATHARVA TRIPATHI

VEDANGA SHARMA

PANKHURI SAXENA

VIID

VIII D

VIID

VIII C

VIIID

SHIVAJI
IIITAVISHI DODWANI

VARDAAN GUPTA

BHAVISHAYA GUPTA

VANIA

RONIT DANU

AROMA RASTOGI

TAVISH SAINI

MEHAK GARG

VII D

VIII B

VIII B

VIII C

VIII C

VIIID

VIII D

VIII D

ASHOKA

 

CLUB MEETING (MIDDLE DEPARTMENT)

 

A meeting was held on 24th April 2023 from 8.30 to 9.40 a.m. to give a brief introduction to the students about the club activities planned for the session 2023-2024.

The meeting was conducted by respective club teachers in different venues. After explaining the activities, club teachers also selected candidates for the post of the club president and vice-president.

All students participated actively in the meeting and also shared their ideas for effective execution of the activities.

EARTH DAY CELEBRATION 

Name of the Activity                                    : How to protect Mother Earth by using three R’s

Day& Date                                                      : Monday/24th April 2023

ParticipatingClasses                                   : VI-VIII

A brief description of the Activity:

EARTH DAY is celebrated around the world with a beautiful message - “Our continuing efforts in our everyday lives will make this beautiful planet thrive.”

The students of Middle Department enthusiastically participated in myriad of activities conducted in the classes to commemorate our benevolent Mother Earth. To start with, the students learnt the importance of the Earth Day and the need to preserve and conserve their self-sustaining planet, then students of class VI prepared collage, VII prepared beautiful newspaper bags and VIII best out of waste recyclable materials.

The students participated in these activities with great zeal and enthusiasm showcasing their artistic and creative skills.

  BAL SABHA ACTIVITY – MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: MIME ACT/GET-SET-GO/COMIC STRIPS

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY; 18 APRIL, 2023

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

The school organized Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities emphasizing the importance of time management in their lives. They showed their zealous participation in all the activities and also created ‘comic strips’ on the theme. The students also showcased their talent in a ‘Mime Act’ within time bound manner.

 

RESULT:

Class VI (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: GET-SET-GO

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IPRABHAV GUPTAVI DSUBHASH
IIANANYA ROYVI CASHOKA
IIIAGAMYA BANSALVI D      SHIVAJI

 

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: COMIC STRIPS

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ISWASTI SATIVII BSHIVAJI
IIMISHIKAVII CSHASTRI
IIINAVYA AGGARWALVII BSUBHASH

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: MIME ACT

 

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IHRIDYA MEHRA

VANYA GUPTA 

ANUSHKA PAREEK.

ARSHPREET KAUR SODHI 

NIKHITA GUPTA 

AVISHI AGGARWAL

HIYA KHANNA.   

SAANCHI SETHI

  VII A

  VII D

  VII D

  VII D

  VIII B

  VIII B

  VIII B

  VIII D

ASHOKA
IIAIRA MALHOTRA

AARUSHI

AVANTIKA CHAUDHARY

ADITI SARAF

JASKEERAT

RIDDHMA BARTHWAL

ARHAM JAIN

DEVANSH GUPTA

VRINDA GUPTA

VIII B

VIII B

VIII B

VIII D

VIII C

VV A

VII B

VI B

VI B

SUBHASH
IIISANCHIT SINGHAL

SAANVI GUPTA  

SWASTI JAIN   

GEDALIAH ZEMIRAH KHARSHANDI.

MAHIMA KANSAL

AGRIMA SINGH 

VAISHNAVI BAISOYA

DHAIRYA JUNEJA 

AARIT ARORA 

SHAURYA KOHLI   

VII D

VI E

VIII B

VIII D

 

VIII B

VI E

VIII D

VII C

VII C

VII D

SHIVAJI

 

 

 

Name of the Activity                                  : Fire Drill  

Day& Date                                                  : Tuesday/18th April 2023

Participating Classes                                 : VIIE & VIIIA

A fire mock drill was organized in the school by the Fire Safety Officers to showcase the measures that can be taken during an emergency fire situation. Officers displayed various skills to tackle the fire and the measures that can be taken to avoid the fire situation. Usage of fire extinguisher was also displayed. Students also practiced the drills in the presence of fire officers and learnt the fire safety measures.

 

BAL SABHA ACTIVITY – MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

NAME OF ACTIVITY: Mirage (Optical illusions using mathematical patterns) / Creative Hand / Peppy- Poppers

DAY/DATE: Tuesday, 31st January, 2023

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

The school organized an Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities like drawing mathematical patterns in Optical illusions, paintings based on traditional art forms of India such as Gond, Madhubani, Warli, and Kalighat and also performed dance based on the prescribed theme i.e Striving for Excellence. Class VII Students participated in the activity 'Mirage’ wherein they drew optical illusions using mathematical patterns. Students of class VIII presented their creative and artistic skills in the activity 'Creative Hand’ through traditional Paintings. On the other side, grades VI-VIII participated in the group dance 'Peppy- Poppers’ to hone their theatrical and presentation talents. Students of different houses performed lively dance on peppy music according to the assigned topics. Overall, it was a brilliant performance. After each presentation, the audience was given a quiz based on the assigned topics.

RESULT:

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: Mirage (Optical illusions using mathematical patterns)

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IGAURI GOELVIIDASHOKA
IINAVYA GARGVIIBSHASTRI
IIIADVIKA JAINVIIDSHIVAJI

 

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: Creative Hand

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
INISHTHA MAZUMDARVIIIDSHASTRI
IIKHYATI KHANNAVIIIASUBHASH
IIIVIDIT RASTOGIVIIIDASHOKA

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: Peppy- Poppers

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
 

 

I

1-VIBHUTI KHANNA

2-NAVYA KHETARPAL

3-TANISHA BHUTANI

4-MANYA AGARWAL

5-AASHVI JAIN

6-AVIKA JINDAL

7-AVANTIKA CHAUDHARY

8-BHAVYA SINGH

VIIID

VIIID

VIIIE

VIIID

VIIID

VIIA

VIIB

VIA

SUBHASH HOUSE
 

 

II

 

VANYA GUPTA

ANUSHKA PAREEK

DITI TYAGI

NIKHITA GUPTA

MEHAK GARG

KRITI AGGARWAL

ANTRA MUKHARJEE

VID

VID

VIIB

VIIB

VIID

VIIID

VIIID

 

ASHOKA HOUSE
 

 

III

LAVISHA GUPTA

ANAYA

ADYA GOEL

BHAVICA MEHRA

UDIT GUPTA

RUDRANSH GUPTA

VIIID

VIIIA

VIID

VIID

VID

VID

SHASTRI HOUSE

 

 

 

Name of the programme                   : FINANCIAL LITERACY (Module 10)

Day& Date                                             :Monday/23rd January, 2022

Participating Classes                          : VIII

 

 

Financial literacy programme was held in all section of class VIII. Students explained about the Module 10 of financial literacy and cleared the concept of Apex Bank ie Reserve Bank of India. Students were informed about the needs and functions of Reserve Bank of India. Students learned that RBI regulates all the commercial banks of our country and leads to monetary stability in economy. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

 

 

Name of the Activity                                    : Financial Literacy Program

Day& Date                                                     : Monday/ 23rd January 2023

Participating Classes                                  : VII

 

Financial literacy programme was held in the school for the students of class VII. The Module -10: Reserve Bank of India was explained to the students with the help of a PPT. The students were explained about the history and foundation of RBI and its functions. They were also explained about the currency and coins. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

 

Name of the programme                   : FINANCIAL LITERACY (Module 6)

Day& Date                                             : Monday/ 23rd January,2023

Participating Classes                          : VI

 

A financial literacy program was conducted in all the sections of class 6 where the  students were explained about the concept of safety measures for digital banking, what are the do’s and don’ts of online banking. An assignment was also given to the students in which they had to ask their parents how they took safety measures while using digital banking and submit report on google classroom under the financial literacy assignment . All the students enjoyed the program and participated enthusiastically.

 

 

Name of the programme                   : FINANCIAL LITERACY (Module 9)

Day& Date                                              : Monday/16th January, 2022

Participating Classes                           : VIII

                     

 

Financial literacy programme was held in all section of class VIII. Students explained about the Module 9 of financial literacy and cleared the concept of modes of digital payment, how to operate a bank account in an online mode. Students were made aware with different payment gateways like mobile banking, net banking, UPI, POS, etc. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

Students learnt about

  1. Financial literacy gave the ability to take the time to learn about finances and to think about ways to manage and save money.
  2. It gave the knowledge about various payment options in online mode. Needs and uses for the online transactions and online banking.

 

Name of the Activity                                    : Financial Literacy Program

Day& Date                                                       : Monday/ 16th January 2023

Participating Classes                                    : VII

Financial literacy programme was held in the school for the students of class VII. The Module -9: Modes of Payments was explained to the students with the help of a PPT. The students were explained about the concept of digital payments, banking cards, UPI, mobile wallets and mobile banking. They were also explained about the difference between RTGS and NEFT. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

Students learned:

  • Basics of Mobile Banking
  • Different Modes of payments
  • Using an ATM machine and its other features

 

 

Name of the programme                   : FINANCIAL LITERACY (Module 5)

Day& Date                                             : Monday/ 16th January,2023

Participating Classes                           : VI

 

A financial literacy program was conducted in all the sections of class 6 where the  students were explained about the concept of various modes of digital payments like banking cards, USSD,AePS, UPI, mobile wallets, POS terminals, internet banking, mobile banking. An assignment was also given to the students in which they had to ask their parents how they used digital means of payment such as Paytm or UPI and how to operate  these apps. All the students enjoyed the program and participated enthusiastically.

 

Name of the programme                 : FINANCIAL LITERACY (Module 3)

Day& Date                                           :Monday/12th December, 2022

ParticipatingClasses                          : VI

 

Financial literacy programme was held in all section of class VI. Students explained about the Module 4 of financial literacy and cleared the concept of Digital Banking, Debit cards, Credit cards, its advantages, ATM machine and its functioning and provided them a home assignment in which student have to visit nearby ATM machine and see if they can operate it and also upload the report on  “financial literacy” assignment created by class teacher in google classroom. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

Students learnt about

  1. Digital banking gave the ability to learn about transaction and to think about ways to manage and spend money.
  2. It gave the knowledge and confidence to guide who are in need of understanding the function of banks.

 

Name of the Activity                                    : Financial Literacy Program

Day& Date                                                     : Monday/05th December 2022

Participating Classes                                     : VII

Financial literacy programme was held in the school for the students of class VII. The Module -4, 5 and 6: Commercial Banks and how to open a bank account was explained to the students with the help of a PPT. The students were explained with commercial banks and their types. They were also explained about the steps to open a bank account. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

Students learned:

  • Commercial banks and it’s functions.
  • Types of commercial banks.
  • They learnt about how to open a bank account.

 

Name of the programme                   : FINANCIAL LITERACY (Module 4,5 and 6)

Day& Date                                            : Monday/5th December, 2022

Participating Classes                          : VIII

 

Financial literacy programme was held in all section of class VIII. Students explained about the Module 4, 5 and 6 of financial literacy and cleared the concept of Commercial Banks, types of commercial banks, how to open a bank account and also uploading “financial literacy” assignment created by class teacher in google classroom. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

Students learnt about

  1. Financial literacy gave the ability to take the time to learn about finances and to think about ways to manage and save money.
  2. It gave the knowledge and confidence to guide who are in need of understanding the function of banks.

 

BAL SABHA ACTIVITY – MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

NAME OF ACTIVITY: Charitrankan / Sur Sangam / Puppeteers

DAY/DATE: Friday, 2nd December, 2022

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

Hard work is one value that is integral to life. The school held an Inter-House competition for students of classes VI-VIII with the theme of "Hard Work" in order to understand the importance of sedulous. Students took part in various activities to discover and instil the value of hard work. Students of class VI participated in an activity “Charitrankan” wherein they portrayed different characters allotted to them according to the topics. They all participated enthusiastically in the activity. Class VII students participated in the "Sur Sangam" a musical show. Students thoroughly enjoyed the enthralling performances. They presented a variety of songs related to the given theme. On the other hand, grades VI-VIII participated in the activity " Puppeteers" to hone their theatrical and presentation talents. Students of different houses prepared and presented the activity according to the assigned topics. Overall, it was a brilliant performance. After each presentation, the audience was given a quiz based on the assigned topics. This exercise helped students to develop their dedication, determination and focus. The real wealth of an individual is hard work as hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.

RESULT:

Class VI (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: Charitrankan

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IAVNI TAYALVIASHASTRI HOUSE
IIISHITAVIBSHIVAJI HOUSE
IIIKAVYA NIDHIVICSUBHASH HOUSE

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: Sur sangam

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IVANIAVIICASHOKA
IIAARUSHIVIIBSUBHASH
IIIUDYAN NAGARVIIASHIVAJI

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: Puppeteers

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
 

 

I

ANUSHKA PAREEK

AVISHI AGGARWAL

NIKHITA GUPTA

HIYA KHANNA  

ANTRA MUKHERJEE

DITI TYAGI

VI-D

VII-B

VII-B

VII-B

VIII-D

VII-B

 

 

ASHOKA HOUSE

 

 

II

 

TANISHA BHUTANI

VIBHUTI KHANNA

AIRA MALHOTRA

NAVYA AGGARWAL

JASKEERAT KAUR

SAUMYA KAPOOR

VIII-E

VIII-D

VII-B

VI-B

VII-C

VI-C

 

 

 

 

SUBHASH HOUSE

 

 

III

ANIKA LUNIA

AARIT ARORA

YAHVI ARORA

ADVITA KAUL

TIHANA VIJ

KENIT DHINGRA

KARTIK SINGH

VIII-A

VI-C

VIII-A

VIII-A

VIII-A

VII-A

VII-C

 

 

 

 

SHIVAJI HOUSE

 

FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM, 2022-23

CLASS-VII

 

 

 

Name of the Activity                                    : Financial Literacy Program

Day& Date                                                     : Monday/ 07th November 2022

Participating Classes                                    : VII

 

  1. Module -3: “Why is it necessary for women to invest” was explained to the students with the help of a power point presentation.
  2. The students were explained about the ways of ensuring financial well-being and secure financial future.
  3. The main emphasis was on how to be financially independent.
  4. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

 

 

FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM, 2022-23

CLASS-VI

                             

 

Name of the programme                              : FINANCIAL LITERACY

Day& Date                                                        :Monday/7th November, 2022

ParticipatingClasses                                     : VI

 A brief description of the Activity:

  • Teacher recalled the module 1 of Financial literacy and then students watched PPT (Module 2) in the Smart Board.

 

  • Teacher cleared the concept of income, expenses, budgeting of money. It is further taken to the definition of Banks, Account holder, dept, loans, RBI and provided them a home assignment in which student have to visit to the nearest bank and observe its functioning. They can collect the information and all the information along with reports must be uploaded in “financial literacy” assignment created by class teacher in google classroom.
  • Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

 

FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM, 2022-23

CLASS-VI

 

Name of the programme                              : FINANCIAL LITERACY

Day& Date                                                        :Monday/31st October 2022

ParticipatingClasses                                      : VI

 

  • Teacher introduced the importance of Financial literacy and then students watched PPT (Module 1) in the Smart Board.
  • Teacher introduced students the meaning of financial literacy, barter system, evolution of trade, needs and wants, currency evolution and provided them a home assignment in which student have to discuss with their grandparents about the type of currency used in their time. They can collect the currency and all the information along with pictures of currency collected must be uploaded in “financial literacy” assignment created by class teacher in google classroom.

 

 

  • Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM, 2022-23

CLASS-VII

 

Name of the programme                              : FINANCIAL LITERACY

Day& Date                                                         :Monday/31st October 2022

Participating Classes                                     : VII

  • The students were shown a power point presentation and explained with the Module-1: INTRODUCTORY SESSION ON FINANCIAL LITERACY
  • The students were explained with the need and importance of financial literacy. Various terms related to finance like-Currency, Money, Borrow, Loan, Budget, etc were explained with the help of day to day examples.
  • The concept of expenses and its types were explained to the students. The students were also explained with the importance of savings.
  • They were given a home task to plan out the budget for the next month for their family.
  • Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

 

FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM, 2022-23

CLASS-VIII

 

 

DATE – 31-10-2022

The financial literacy program was conducted and the students were shown a power point presentation and explained with the Module-1: Introductory Session on financial literacy. The students were explained with the need and importance of financial literacy. Various terms related to finance like-Currency, Money, Borrow, Loan, Budget, etc were explained with the help of day to day examples. The concept of expenses and its types were explained to the students. The students were also explained with the importance of savings. They were given a home task to plan out the budget for the next month for their family.

 

BAL SABHA ACTIVITY – MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

NAME OF ACTIVITY: NAATYA/ DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP/ PLAY-DOH-FUN

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY, 17th OCTOBER, 2022

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

Law is not just a thing to obey for oneself but helps in making a peaceful society. To awaken the awareness about the established norms/rules and regulations within the students, the school organized Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities to learn the importance of being a responsible and law-abiding citizen. They showed their zealous participation and played roles in different enactments in the activity “NAATYA” to showcase, why obeying rules is required from each one of us. Students also showcased a digital wall paper on “CYBER BULLYING” and gave presentation in the classrooms. Students prepared 3D models of Indian Monuments too with the help of clay in the activity “PLAY-DOH-FUN”. Through these activities, students not only learnt about the glory of our nation but also expressed patriotism.

 

RESULT:

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
INAISHA JAINVII DSHIVAJI
IIJASKEERAT KAURVII CSUBHASH
IIIANUSHA JAINVII DASHOKA

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: PLAY-DOH-FUN

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IAENDRI SINHAVIIIESUBHASH
IIASTHA NEGIVIIIBSHASTRI
IIIAVIKA

MAHESHWARI

VIIIDSHIVAJI

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: NAATYA

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
 

 

 

I

UDIT GUPTA

DAKSH LAMBA

SAANVI GUPTA

NAVYA GARG

AADYA SHAH

ISHIKA PATHAK

ADYA GOEL

ANAYA

LAVISHA GUPTA

VID

VID

VID

VII-B

VII-B

VIID

VIID

VIIIA

VIIID

 

 

 

 

SHASTRI

 

 

 

 

II

GATIK BANSAL

ARYAN CHAKU

AVIKA JINDAL

GRACY SURANA

SHAURYA

AGARWAL

TANYA GUPTA

MANYA AGARWAL

NAVYA

KHETARPAL

VIBHUTI KHANNA

TANISHA BHUTANI

VIB

VIB

VIIA

VIIA

VIIA

 

VIIID

VIII D

VIIID

 

VIIID

VIIIE

 

 

 

SUBHASH

 

 

 

III

AARYAHI DANDRIYAL

DITI TYAGI

NIKHITA GUPTA

HIYA KHANNA

ANTRA MUKHERJEE

ARIHANT BOTHRA

KRITI AGGARWAL

TANVI ARORA

VIID

VII-B

VII-B

VII-B

VIIID

VIIID

VIIID

VIIID

 

 

ASHOKA

 

MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

CLUB ACTIVITY

12th October, 2022

                                                

 

Our school has organised a club activity on Tuesday, 11th October 2022, from 10.50 to 11.25  am. Interesting activities were conducted to make students future ready. All the students of the middle department participated enthusiastically in these activities.

Some highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in the club Activities-

AEP Club – In this activity students were given an introduction on the topic of Anger Management which, is effective in helping them to regulate their behaviour and deal with their feelings of anger when they surface.  It also lowers stress, and leads to career success.

It was an individual activity where each child was given a situation which makes them angry and was asked to jot down the possible ways that would help them to overcome the situation without getting angry. Each child presented his/ her views/ opinions on the situation. They were guided by the teacher and other students also gave valuable suggestions that can help them control anger in an effective manner.

Health and Wellness Club – In this activity, students made healthy immunity booster drinks and snacks by using different ingredients like fruits, vegetables, dry fruits and medicinal herbs etc. Through this activity they learnt about the medicinal properties of various herbs and plants.  Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

Interact Club – In this activity students had prepared “A talk show” in groups and presented the same in class on the day of activity. Theme of the Activity was Social injustice. Through this activity they have learned how to raise their voice against social injustice. They also learnt to visualize situations and gave expressions to their thoughts. This was a group activity and all students participated very enthusiastically.

Literary and Creative Skills Club – Students created puppets in the class and presented a puppet show. The activity was done in groups and each team presented for about 1.5 minutes. The activity aided in presenting a sensitive topic like ‘Gender Stereotypes’ prevalent in society by showcasing their creative sides as well as enhancing their fluency while presenting the show.

Nature Club In this activity students presented themselves as members of a tribe and talked about their lifestyle, art forms, language and culture. Through this activity they learnt about different tribes and their lifestyles, their culture and how it influences our life. It also helped them to develop respect and gratitude for the tribes and their culture.

Scientific Skills Club In this activity students prepared paper spinners, boomerang and Balloon cars. Through this activity they learnt the concept of motion behind the Balloon Cars, Boomerang and Paper Spinners and also understood the principles of change in air pressure, flow and force.

 

Theatre Club Students were allotted different emotions/gestures, which they presented with expression and voice modulations. Through this activity they were able to gain confidence and learnt how to overcome their stage fear. Students were able to strengthen their skills in acting, dialogue delivery, voice modulation, effective expressions etc.

Teen consumer Club Students prepared pamphlets/brochures to represent various issues related to E-commerce. This activity gave them a creative understating towards the pros and cons of online trading. It developed their aesthetic learning and a better understanding of the consumer rights and duties.

Tinker Club – As a part of this activity students were able to recognize the Latest and Future Issues and Challenges in Innovation. This activity helped to expose the student with State-of-The-Art Perspectives, Ideas, Concepts, And Solutions Related to The Design and Execution of Innovation Driven Projects Using Design Thinking Principles.

BAL SABHA ACTIVITY – MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

NAME OF ACTIVITY: BOOKMARK WONDERS/KAVI SAMMELAN/CLASSICAL BALLET

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY , 23 APRIL, 2024

CLASS :VI-VIII

 

The school organized Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities emphasizing the importance of literature and its beautiful ways of presentation. They showed their zealous participation in all the activities and also presented ‘bookmarks and self-composed poems’ on the theme. The students also showcased their talent in the form of ‘classical ballet’ within time bound manner.

RESULT:

Class VI (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)
ACTIVITY: BOOKMARK WONDERS

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IANANYA SINGHAL6DSHASTRI
IIKRIYANSH JAIN6BASHOKA
IIIDELISHA DHINGRA6BSHIVAJI

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: KAVI SAMMELAN

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ITEJASV SAXENA7ASHASTRI
IINAVYA JAIN7DSUBHASH
IIIANGEL DEO7AASHOKA

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: CLASSICAL BALLET

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
I SANCHIT SINGHAL

NIVEDITA

KAVYA

SANJANA

AMARTYA

AAROOHI MITTAL

AISHA GUPTA

 VIIID

VII D

VII A

VII D

VIII D

VI D

VI D

 

SHIVAJI
II ANUSHKA PAREEK

VANYA GUPTA

HRIDYA MEHRA

TIYA GARG

SHANAYA TIRTHANI

AVISHA JAIN

TRISHA PANDEY

VAACHI AGGARWAL

VIII D

VIII D

VIII A

VIII B

VI E

VI D

VI A

VIIA

ASHOKA
III RUDRANSH GUPTA

RHYTHM SHARMA

AESHA KAPOOR

AARADHYA

KASHVI NAHATA

PRISHA SINGHAL

AVISHKA NAYAK

ATHARVA GUPTA

VIII D

VIII D

VIII B

VIII A

VII C

VII D

VI B

VI E

SHASTRI

WORLD INTELLECTUAL DAY

On 26th April 2024,The Atal Tinkering Lab of Bal Bharati Public School Brij  Vihar celebrated World Intellectual Day. Students of classes 6 to 8 attended the  online session.

Students were given information of Patent and Copyright.  A quiz was conducted on identification of logos. Students designed their own logos.

 

Name of the Activity : EARTH DAY
Day & Date : Friday, 19th January 2024
Participating Classes : VI-VIII

The main idea for students is to learn about the importance of our mother nature and its resources which are provided to us unbounded. To spread the awareness about the mother Earth and its valuable resources, the Middle department of the school
celebrated the Earth day with all its enthusiasm on 19th January, 2024 where students participated in different activities.

Some Highlights of the activities -
1. Students of class VI made an environmental family tiara and spoke about the benefits nature is providing.
2. Students of class VII made bird feeders to help nature and creatures to beat the heat.
3. Students of class VIII painted clay pots and planted saplings in them.

 

 

 

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: POSTER MAKING/LEAFLET/SKIT ON ROAD RAGE

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY , 30TH JANUARY 2024

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

 

Awareness and Road Safety rules are interrelated. If students will be aware of the value of life, then the chances of road accidents will automatically reduce.

To support the theme, students prepared leaflet-brochure as a tool to promote awareness in a creative way. Students also made  posters highlighting traffic rules. Students of class VI-VIII performed skit on road rage to show and make everyone understand the different parts of the road and know how to behave on each.

RESULT:

Class VI (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: LEAFLET-BROCHURE MAKING

POSITIONNAME OF THE STUDENTCLASS & SECHOUSE
INAISHA JAINVIII DSHIVAJI
IINAVYA GARGVIII BSHASTRI
IIIAVANTIKA CHAUDHARYVIII BSUBHASH

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVI TY:  POSTER MAKING

POSITIONNAME OF THE STUDENTCLASS & SECHOUSE
IRHYTHM SHARMAVII DSHASTRI
IIAISHE JAINVII CSHASTRI
IIIISHITA AGARWALVII DSUBHASH

ACTIVITY:  SKIT ON ROAD RAGE

POSITIONNAME OF THE STUDENTCLASS & SECHOUSE
I1. VAACHI AGARWALVI  AASHOKA
2. ANUSHKA PAREEKVII D
3. DEVANSH DEVVII D
4. VANYA GUPTAVII D
5. HIYA KHANNAVIII B
6. NIKHITA  GUPTAVIII B
II1. SHAURYA KOHLIVII DSHIVAJI
2. SANCHIT SINGHALVII D
3. PARTHVI C
4. DHAIRYA JUNEJAVII C
5. ATHARVA TRIPATHIVII D
6. AASHVI NIGAMVIII A
7. ARHAM JAINVI C
III1. KAASHVI NAHATAVI CSHASTRI
2. RUDRANSH GUPTAVII D
3. AADYA SHAHVIII B
4. DAKSH LAMBAVII D
5. ANIKA SHARMAVIII B
6. BHAVICA MEHRAVIII D
7. UDIT GUPTAVII D
8. AADYA GOELVIII B

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : CLUB ACTIVITIES

DAY & DATE: MONDAY & 18TH  DECEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI-VIII

Our school has organised a club activity on Monday, 18 th December, 2023 from 8.30 to 9.40am. Interesting activities and workshops were conducted to make students future ready. All the students of the middle department participated enthusiastically in these activities.Some highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in the club Activities-

AEP Club – Students were given an introduction on the topic, which gave them a comprehensive idea about Substance Abuse. Students understood the importance of sayingno to drugs. Students made posters and expressed their views and opinion on Substance Abuse. Students also explained the message they wanted to convey through their posters.

Health and Wellness Club – Swirl Smoothies: As a part of this activity students made healthy smoothies using natural ingredients. Students were told the importance of healthy drinks and the recipes of the drinks were discussed along with its advantages. They learnt the importance of healthy ingredients. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

Interact Club – Ms. Jyoti Rastogi from Times Group was invited for this session. Through this activity students learnt to work on waste paper. They used their creativity and prepared paper bags using waste paper. Through this activity they have learned how to conserve environment.

Literary and Creative Skills Club –An activity named ‘Flash Fiction’ was organised for the student, to enhance their writing skills and help them to challenge the challenges with the broad light in them in which they enjoy the aesthetic beauty of life in the midst of science and technology. The students were divided into groups of six students in each group. Each group was
provided with a prompt to frame a complete story with a theme while enacting the same. The activity helped the students to enhance their critical thinking, reasoning as well as communication skills. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

Nature Club – Students, using their creativity, made and decorated Bird Houses. They also presented their views on conservation of bird species.

Scientific Skills Club – A mandala is a symbol of the universe in its ideal form, and its creation signifies the transformation of a universe of suffering into one of joy. It can also be used as an aid to meditation, helping the meditator to envision how to achieve the perfect self. Painting mandalas enhanced the cognitive abilities of children. It also helped in expanding
their knowledge revolving around various geometric shapes and patterns.

Theatre Club – As a part of this activity ‘Prop-Up’ Students presented any form of act- role play, standup comedy, famous dialogues of any character using relevant props. This helped them enhance their acting and theatrical skills.

Teen consumer Club – My Business My Logo activity aimed to educate students about the significance of creating attractive and catchy logos for brands. The presentation component improved students creative thinking and presenting skills. The activity successfully engaged students in the world of advertising and brand promotion, making it a valuable learning
experience.

Tinker Club – In this activity students made innovative circuit designs with the help of breadboard, battery, connecting wires and LED etc. Through this activity they were able to learn about computational thinking.

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : RETHINK YOUR DRINK

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 16TH  DECEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. MANEESHA GOEL (NUTRITIONIST)

The session ‘Rethink Your Drink’ aimed at exploring healthier beverage choices. The discussion highlighted and promoted awareness to encourage mindful choices. The session also provided information on recognizing the drawbacks of sugary drinks. The session fostered a positive dialogue on nutrition, fostering a culture of well-being.

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : SPORTS NUTRITION

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 16TH  DECEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VII AND VIII

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. MANEESHA GOEL (NUTRITIONIST)

The students of classes VII and VIII were given an awareness talk on the topic ‘SPORTS NUTRITION’. They learnt that proper nutrition can help in improving energy levels, promote muscle growth and repair and reduce the risk of injury. It supplies the body with antioxidants and other nutrients that help in strengthening muscles and joints. When athletes are well-nourished, they have more energy for an extended period of time. The interactive session was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : ORAL HYGIENE

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 16TH  DECEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI AND VIII

Students learned the importance of oral hygiene and different ways to maintain good oral health with the help of practices like brushing, flossing etc. The session was engrossing and students participated in it actively. Students also shared different problems related to oral health that they face in their everyday life.

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : RESILIENCE

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 16TH  DECEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI AND VIII

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. SURAMYA BHATNAGAR

A workshop on “Resilience” was organized to help students comprehend the complex connections in life challenges. Students were briefed by Ms. Suramya about the resilience process and outcome of successfully adapting to difficult challenging life
experiences , especially through mental, emotional and behavioral flexibility and adjustment to external and internal demands. The class was quite captivating, and students eagerly participated. The session was very engrossing and students participated actively.

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY: CLUB ACTIVITIES

DAY & DATE: FRIDAY, 17TH NOVEMBER 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES : VI-VIII

Our school has organized a club activity on Friday, 17th November, 2023 from 10.15 to 11.25 am. Interesting activities and workshops were conducted to make students future ready. All the students of the middle department participated enthusiastically in these activities. 

AEP Club – Students were given an introduction on Right of Teenagers, which made them aware of their rights and their importance. Students were divided into several groups. Each  group consisted of 3-4 students. Members of each group prepared a wall magazine using the newspaper and magazine’s clippings related to child abuse, drug abuse and other problems related to teenagers. They also discussed about the teenage issues and understood the importance of speaking up for their rights.

Health and Wellness Club – Healthy Delights: As a part of this activity students made healthy snacks using vegetables and sprouts. Students were told the importance of healthy snacking. They understood the benefits of healthy snacks comprising of fibre and protein. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

Interact Club – Best out of E-waste: In this activity students learnt how to make various decorative things by using e- wastes like- CDs, Bulb, LED Lights, and wires. Through this activity they learnt to recycle and re-use the e-waste. They learnt designing and ways to use
their creativity constructively.

Literary and Creative Skills Club – As a part of this activity, ‘My Role Model’ students got a platform to showcase their skills, analyze, evaluate, and uncover their aptitude.Each child chose his/her favourite personality. The students spoke a few lines describing the character while enacting like his/her role model. The activity helped the students emancipate reasoning, critical thinking, creative thinking, communication, and collaborative abilities. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

Nature Club –Students, using their creativity, made Wall Magazines focusing on environmental challenges and the suggestions to solve them and gave a presentation on their work.

Scientific Skills Club – In Tangram fun students performed various hands on and developed their critical skill. Students learnt and understood things from the perspective of Geometry. Tangram Stem Activity enabled children to learn about a range of themes such as colour, shape, pattern, and size. It also helped young children develop an incredibly early understanding of Geometry and Engineering.

Theatre Club – As a part of this activity ‘Rasbahar’, students were shown a presentation on different emotions. Thereafter the students enacted according to the emotions shown to them. This helped students to present confidently, use different parts of the stage effectively and overcome their stage fear.

Teen consumer Club – The Slogan Writing activity aimed to educate students about the significance of creating an attractive and catchy tagline for products. This helped students improve their creative thinking and writing skills. The activity successfully engaged students in the world of advertising and brand promotion, making it a valuable learning experience.

Tinker Club – In the Design Thinking activity students made new and attractive designs using old and discarded materials and integrated them with breadboard, battery, connecting wires and LED etc. Through this activity they were able to enhance their creative skills.

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY: INTERHOUSE ACTIVITY (BUSKING SHOW/ AD-VENTURA/ DIY BEST OUT OF WASTE)

DAY & DATE: TUESDAY, 7TH NOVEMBER 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES : VI-VIII

 

Judicious use of resources is crucial. Reckless consumption and overutilization of resources can lead to their rapid depletion, disrupting the balance of our ecosystem. To support the theme, students prepared advertisements in a creative way using relevant props and costumes. Students also made artwork using waste material to make purposeful things highlighting 5R’s of conservation. Students of class VI-VIII participated in nukkad natak-Busking show where they pointed out various aspects on conservation of nature, balanced and fair distribution of resources, promoting overall development and sustainability.

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY: WORKSHOP ON FIRST AID 

DAY & DATE: MONDAY, 6TH NOVEMBER  2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI

NUMBER OF STUDENTS PARTICIPATED: 220

The students of Bal Bharati Public School, Brij Vihar Class VI participated in Workshop “First Aid” provided by the company “Betadine “. Students were given information on first aid in self-wound , minor burns, fainting. Students were told about all the first aid items that should be placed in a first aid box. They were also provided information on first aid in case of dog bite, nose bleeding. The session was very informative and students enjoyed it .

 

 

 

 

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY :SAY NO TO CORRUPTION & COMMIT TO THE NATION(SLOGAN WRITING)

DAY & DATE: MONDAY & 6TH  NOVEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI

NUMBER OF STUDENTS PARTICIPATED :188

TOPIC : BAD EFFECTS OF CORRUPTION

 

 

As a strong step towards making our future generation aware about corruption, the government has launched the Vigilance Awareness Week (VAW). The students of class VI participated in Activity-‘Say no to corruption, commit to the nation’. Students had written slogan on the given topic. The activity was very engrossing and all the students participated actively. Students also have learnt to follow the moral ethics and be a vigilant member of society.

 

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY :SAY NO TO CORRUPTION & COMMIT TO THE NATION(POSTER MAKING)

DAY & DATE: MONDAY & 6TH  NOVEMBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VII

NUMBER OF STUDENTS PARTICIPATED :144

TOPIC : BAD EFFECTS OF CORRUPTION

The Objective of Vigilance Awareness Week is to sensitize the public against the menace of corruption and reaffirm our commitment to fight corruption at all levels and from all walks of life. The ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) is observing the Vigilance Awareness Week from 30th October to 5th November,2023.Thus, the following activity has been conducted to attain the objective of commitment to the Nation with the objective of saying No to Corruption. Students has made posters on the given topic. The activity was very interesting and all students participated actively.

 

 

 

Name of the Program: संस्कृतोत्सव प्रदर्शनी

Host School: Bal Bharati Public School , Gangaram Marg, Delhi

Participants: Lavishka Bansal, Yajat Madhwal, Sanskriti Singh(VIIIA),Hiya Khanna , Avantika Chaudhary (VIII B)

Day & Date:  Friday, 3rd November 2023

 

To enlighten & emphasize the importance of Sanskrit not only as a language but as a life skill. It was an amazing experience to see all Indian mythological. Epics and literature under one roof. Informative charts and models were the main attraction of the exhibition.

Various day-to- day materials were displayed with their Sanskrit labels. The renowned personalities like- Sri A B Shukla(IAS) the chairperson of Indian Education Board, Dr. Devki Nandan (from NCERT), Prof. Diwakar Acharya ( Oxford University) guided the students. Their valuable speeches enlightened us a lot.

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : RUN FOR UNTIY

DAY & DATE: TUESDAY & 31st  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI- VIII

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : OATH TAKING CEREMONY ON RASHTRIYA EKTA DIVAS

DAY & DATE: TUESDAY & 31st  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VII

The Birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the architect of the national integration of independent India, is observed as Rashtriya Ekta Divas (National Unity Day) on 31st October every year. This is an occasion to foster and reinforce our commitment to strengthen the unity, integrity, and security of the nation. Thus, to attain the objective of Rashtriya Ekta Divas , Bal Bharati Public School Brij Vihar organized an oath taking ceremony on 31st October,2023 for the students of class VII.

 

 

 

 

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : OATH TAKING(MISSION SHAKTI)

DAY & DATE: THURSDAY & 26th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VIII

 

On the occasion of Shardiya Navratri, the government has launched the Mission Shakti Program to spread awareness of girls and women 's safety and respect. Thus, to attain the objective of Mission Shakti, Bal Bharati Public School Brij Vihar organized an oath taking ceremony on 26th October,2023 for the students of class VIII. The aim of the program was to spread awareness within the society and sensitize them for the safety and honour of women and girls.

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : MISSION SHAKTI ACTIVITY(POSTER MAKING)

DAY & DATE: THURSDAY & 26th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI

As a strong step towards making our girls & Women safe and Smart, the government has launched the Mission Shakti program On the occasion of Shardiya Navratri. Thus, the following activity has been conducted to attain the objective of Mission Shakti with the objective of spreading awareness and educating students. Students have made posters on the given topic. The activity was very engrossing and all students participated actively. Students also have learnt to respect girls & Women.

 

 

 

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY : WORKSHOP(SELF DEFENCE TRAINING FOR GIRLS)

DAY & DATE: WEDNESDAY & 25th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VII - VIII

RESOURCE PERSON: MS. PREETY

 

As a strong step towards making our girls safe and smart, Bal Bharati Public School Brij Vihar conducted a workshop in the school campus for girls, wherein they have learnt self defence. The workshop was conducted by U.P. Police for the girls of classes VII to VIII with the objective of spreading awareness and educating girls about their safety, at a time when child abuse and molestation exist as dark realities in society. The Workshop was very engrossing and all girls participated actively. Students also have learnt different ways to overcome these challenges.  With this gathering, the girls will now be able to distinguish and defend themselves against such dangers.

 

 

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : RADIO SHOW/ BHULI YAADEIN-RAMP WALK/CHARACTERS COME ALIVE

DAY & DATE: TUESDAY & 17th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI - VIII

 

Persistence is the choice to continue something inspite of difficulty and struggle to achieve your goal. Students of classes VI–VIII participated enthusiastically in the inter-house activity 'Radio Show' wherein they took interviews of various personalities in the fields of science, entertainment, sports, and politics. This promoted an educated and diverse civil society through the development of high-quality, enriching content. Students also participated in the activity 'Bhuli Yaadein-Ramp Walk' , they came dressed up and spoke about veteran dignitaries to motivate others. Along with this, students also role-played and enacted like their favorite influencer.

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : CLUB ACTIVITY

DAY & DATE: MONDAY & 9th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI AND VIII

Our school has organised a club activity on Monday, 9 th October 2023, from 12.55 to 2.00 pm. Interesting activities and workshops were conducted to make students ready for future.All the students of the middle department participated enthusiastically in these activities.Some highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in the club Activities-

AEP Club – Students were shown a Power Point Presentation giving emphasis on Time Management, which helped them make better use of the time they had for studies and other activities. Students were divided into groups of 2-3 members. Each group was asked to make a list of activities through which they wasted time. Thereafter each group gave a small presentation on how to manage time effectively.

Health and Wellness Club –Dr. Anupama Kukreja BHMS, MD (Homeopathy) was invited as a resource person to conduct a session on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for the students. She is a Homeopathic Physician practising since 2009 at Heal and Cure Homeopathic Clinic.Students learnt about the anger and stress management techniques to cope up with stress and anxiety that they face in their daily life. Students interacted with the resource person and shared their views on the topic. The session was very engrossing and the students participated enthusiastically in the session.

Interact Club – Care for caregivers: As a part of this activity students were first introduced to the concept of caregiving to sensitize them towards their carer. Thereafter students prepared posters, wrote poems to express their love and gratitude towards their career. The objective of this activity was to raise awareness about caregivers' roles, responsibilities, and well-being while equipping students with the knowledge and tools to support caregivers within their families and communities.

Literary and Creative Skills Club – The Club Activity ‘Dust Jacket’ was organized for the students. Each participant designed a book jacket using ecofriendly and renewable material. The participants also spoke on why their book jacket was appropriate for the story and the thought process behind its creation. The participants were given 30 minutes for preparation and 35 minutes for designing their book jackets. Each participant displayed creativity and skill in their artwork, bringing their own understanding of the story to life with their illustrated covers. 

Nature Club – An activity named Self Contemplation was organised for the students to sensitize them towards the tribal culture. As a part of this activity students showcased our tribal culture and tradition by getting dressed up like them and also showed their creativity by making different 3D tribal musical instruments and tribal jewellery. 

Scientific Skills Club – Students performed various hands-on like pendulum painting, toothpick bridge, evaporation art etc. to develop their critical skills. STEAM ART challenges students to think outside the box and allows them the freedom to explore different designs and ideas that no one has thought about before. Allowing creativity and imagination to flow freely can lead to improving a child’s problem-solving skills as they learn how to interpret information and voice their ideas and opinions in a creative and confident way.

Theatre Club – Mr. Bhaavesh Suryakant from Hindustan Times Educational Department - PACE was invited for this session. A small workshop on Stage Management was conducted for the students. After the workshop students presented their theatrical skills in form of mimicry, voice modulation, acting, standup comedy etc. This helped students to present confidently, use different parts of the stage effectively and overcome their stage fear.

Teen consumer Club – The Peek at Packaging activity was conducted for the students. The main aim of the activity was to educate students about the significance of eco-friendly packaging materials and inculcate creative thinking about sustainable packaging solutions. Students actively participated in the activity and gained valuable insights into the importance

of eco-friendly packaging.

Tinker Club – In this session students made LED lights using breadboard, battery, connecting wires and LED. Through this activity they were able to learn about Arduino breadboards, series and parallel circuits.

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : ALLERGIES - TYPES AND PRECAUTIONS

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 7th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI AND VIII

RESOURCE PERSON : DR. POONAM SHARMA

Allergies, also known as allergic diseases, are various conditions caused by hypersensitivity of the immune system to typically harmless substances in the environment. These diseases include hay fever, food allergies, atopic dermatitis, allergic asthma, and anaphylaxis. Symptoms may include red eyes, an itchy rash, sneezing, coughing, a runny nose, shortness of breath, or swelling. A session on Allergies - Types and Precautions was conducted by Dr. Poonam Sharma for the students of class VI and VIII where a platform was given to the students to have an idea of allergies, its types and precautions.

 

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 7th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. KAVITA GUPTA

One online session on Digital Citizenship was conducted online for class VI. The session was on the topic - “Importance of tracking your screen time”. The session helped students to analyze how much time they spend on screen using mobiles, tablets etc. Many relevant videos were shown to them. Students learned how to use habit tracker to develop digital well-being. Students participated in all the activities conducted during the session and enjoyed the same very much.

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : PROTEIN RICH FOODS - ROLE AND IMPORTANCE

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 7th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VII-VIII

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. MANEESHA GOEL (NUTRITIONIST)

The students of classes VII and VIII were given an awareness talk on the importance and food sources of proteins. Students were told that protein plays an essential role in many bodily functions, including recovery and repair of tissues in the muscles, skin, organs, blood, hair and nails. They actively discussed the sources of proteins in their diet. They were made to understand that nutrition is a foundation for a healthy life and the right nutrition can help bodies heal, recover and get strong. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : HEALTHY DELIGHTS

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 7th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VII-VIII

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. MANEESHA GOEL (NUTRITIONIST)

 

The students of classes VII and VIII were given an awareness talk on the healthy alternatives in snacks.. Students were told the importance of healthy snacking and the characteristics of a good snack and several healthy snack ideas were given. They realized the positive physical and mental effects of snacks with fibre and protein. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

 

 

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : BOOST YOUR MEMORY AND CONCENTRATION

DAY & DATE: SATURDAY & 7th  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI-VIII

RESOURCE PERSON : MS. DEEPANSHI TANDON

"Boost Your Memory and Concentration" was conducted by the esteemed resource person, Ms. Deepanshi Tandon. The primary objective of this workshop was to equip students with valuable strategies to enhance their memory and concentration, particularly during the challenging period of exams. During the workshop, students actively participated and engaged in discussions, gaining insight into various techniques to improve memory retention and concentration levels.

Ms. Tandon shared practical tips and methods that can be applied in daily study routines, ensuring effective preparation for exams. 

In conclusion, the "Boost Your Memory and Concentration" workshop led by Ms. Deepanshi Tandon was a resounding success. It equipped students with valuable tools and knowledge to enhance their cognitive abilities and excel in their studies, especially during the demanding periods of examination.

 

NAME OF THE EVENT : SWACHHTA HI SEVA- A CLEANLINESS DRIVE

DAY & DATE: TUESDAY & 3rd  OCTOBER , 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI-VIII

 

 

 

‘Cleanliness Is Next To Godliness.’

-Mahatma Gandhi

 

 

With such motive, Bal Bharati Public School, Brij Vihar organized a cleanliness drive on 3rd October 2023 where the students of the Nature and Heritage Club participated with great zeal. The main purpose of this drive was to create an awareness among the people about the benefits of cleanliness. Students collected garbage from the school and its surroundings and they also brought several placards to show their commitment to such a good cause.

Students relished the drive as it gave them an opportunity to get in touch with nature.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NAME OF THE EVENT: TEACHERS’ DAY ASSEMBLY

DAY & DATE: MONDAY & 4TH SEPTEMBER, 2023

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI-VIII

 

 

 

Teachers’ Day is observed on 5th September. This day is also the birthday of the second President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. This day is celebrated in various ways in various educational institutions across the country. Bal Bharati Public School, Brij Vihar also celebrated Teachers’ Day with zeal and enthusiasm this year.

The entire event took place in the MP Hall of the school. The venue was decorated with several display boards and banners that were prepared by the students themselves. The students from class VI to VIII participated in the programme. The formal programme started at 7.45 am with the prayer song and welcome speech by the anchors and then it followed a series of cultural presentation that included poem recitation, dance performance, song presentation and skit etc. The dance performance by the students of the school in honour of their teachers was really amazing and it revealed their inner talent. The melodious song sung by the children wove the threads of the event more closely. The presentation of the skit and poem recitation by the students also deserved a special accolade.

The programme was conducted under the tutelage of the Principal Madam of the school. She also delivered a befitting speech on the significance of Teachers’ Day. The programme ended at 08.20 am with vote of thanks.

 

 

 

Name of the Activity                        : Mock Drill on Earthquake Preparedness

Day& Date                                        : Monday, 28th August, 2023

Participating Class                          : VI -  VIII

Teacher Coordinator                       : Respective class teachers

  

A Mock drill  on ‘Earthquake Preparedness’ was conducted on 28th August, 2023 for the students of classes VI to VIII.  It aimed at teaching students, teachers, and staff exactly what to do when the ground shakes: Drop, Cover, and Hold On. The main objective of this session was to raise awareness and to teach the necessary steps to take if anything unexpected happens on campus.

Highlights of the activities:

  1. Drop , Cover and Hold
  2. To know about the safety measures
  3. Stay away from buildings when outside
  4. A medical kit should always be kept ready

Students learned about:

  1. Concept of drop, cover and hold
  2. need to identify the safe spots in our building

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: JINGLE/ MASQUERADE SHOW/ POEMANDU

DAY/DATE: MONDAY;15th May, 2023

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

 

 

 

Self-esteem and a positive attitude go hand-in-hand that perceives situations in a constructive way. To develop positive approach in students, the school organized an Inter-House competition for the students of grade VI to VIII. The students participated in various activities to promote and help students develop positive approach in life. 

Children showcased zealous participation and presented "Jingles" on positive approach .The melodious songs pulled the heartstrings of the audience. A quiz for the audience was also organized on the given theme after every presentation. Students of class VII presented  "masquerade show"  in which they dressed up as their chosen characters. They spoke about the famous personalities who were able to set an example of positivity, enthusiasm and optimism. Music binds our soul, heart and emotions. Students of class VIII recited poems based on positive approach to awaken the spirit and enlighten our heart.

 

 

RESULT:

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: MASQUERADE SHOW

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IUDIT GUPTAVIIDSHASTRI
IISANCHIT SINGALVIIDSHIVAJI
IIIDAIVIK TALWARVIIEASHOKA

 

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: POEMANDU

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
 INAVYA GARGVIIIBSHASTRI
IIADVIKA JAINVIII DSHIVAJI
IIIANUSHA JAINVIIIDASHOKA

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: JINGLE

 

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ISHAURYA BHALLA

VEYDANT BAJAJ

SAMARTH BANSAL

PRANAV JINDAL

ABEER JAIN

BHAVICA MEHRA

DAKSH GAJWANI

DIYA SUNIL

VIII E

VIII C

VIII D

VIII C

VIII B

VIII D

VIII C

VIII D

SHASHTRI
IIAMARTYA CHATURVEDI

AKSHAT DUTT

ATHARVA TRIPATHI

VEDANGA SHARMA

PANKHURI SAXENA

VIID

VIII D

VIID

VIII C

VIIID

SHIVAJI
IIITAVISHI DODWANI

VARDAAN GUPTA

BHAVISHAYA GUPTA

VANIA

RONIT DANU

AROMA RASTOGI

TAVISH SAINI

MEHAK GARG

VII D

VIII B

VIII B

VIII C

VIII C

VIIID

VIII D

VIII D

ASHOKA

 

CLUB MEETING (MIDDLE DEPARTMENT)

 

A meeting was held on 24th April 2023 from 8.30 to 9.40 a.m. to give a brief introduction to the students about the club activities planned for the session 2023-2024.

The meeting was conducted by respective club teachers in different venues. After explaining the activities, club teachers also selected candidates for the post of the club president and vice-president.

All students participated actively in the meeting and also shared their ideas for effective execution of the activities.

EARTH DAY CELEBRATION 

Name of the Activity                                    : How to protect Mother Earth by using three R’s

Day& Date                                                      : Monday/24th April 2023

ParticipatingClasses                                   : VI-VIII

A brief description of the Activity:

EARTH DAY is celebrated around the world with a beautiful message - “Our continuing efforts in our everyday lives will make this beautiful planet thrive.”

The students of Middle Department enthusiastically participated in myriad of activities conducted in the classes to commemorate our benevolent Mother Earth. To start with, the students learnt the importance of the Earth Day and the need to preserve and conserve their self-sustaining planet, then students of class VI prepared collage, VII prepared beautiful newspaper bags and VIII best out of waste recyclable materials.

The students participated in these activities with great zeal and enthusiasm showcasing their artistic and creative skills.

  BAL SABHA ACTIVITY – MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: MIME ACT/GET-SET-GO/COMIC STRIPS

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY; 18 APRIL, 2023

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

The school organized Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities emphasizing the importance of time management in their lives. They showed their zealous participation in all the activities and also created ‘comic strips’ on the theme. The students also showcased their talent in a ‘Mime Act’ within time bound manner.

 

RESULT:

Class VI (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: GET-SET-GO

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IPRABHAV GUPTAVI DSUBHASH
IIANANYA ROYVI CASHOKA
IIIAGAMYA BANSALVI D      SHIVAJI

 

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: COMIC STRIPS

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ISWASTI SATIVII BSHIVAJI
IIMISHIKAVII CSHASTRI
IIINAVYA AGGARWALVII BSUBHASH

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: MIME ACT

 

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IHRIDYA MEHRA

VANYA GUPTA 

ANUSHKA PAREEK.

ARSHPREET KAUR SODHI 

NIKHITA GUPTA 

AVISHI AGGARWAL

HIYA KHANNA.   

SAANCHI SETHI

  VII A

  VII D

  VII D

  VII D

  VIII B

  VIII B

  VIII B

  VIII D

ASHOKA
IIAIRA MALHOTRA

AARUSHI

AVANTIKA CHAUDHARY

ADITI SARAF

JASKEERAT

RIDDHMA BARTHWAL

ARHAM JAIN

DEVANSH GUPTA

VRINDA GUPTA

VIII B

VIII B

VIII B

VIII D

VIII C

VV A

VII B

VI B

VI B

SUBHASH
IIISANCHIT SINGHAL

SAANVI GUPTA  

SWASTI JAIN   

GEDALIAH ZEMIRAH KHARSHANDI.

MAHIMA KANSAL

AGRIMA SINGH 

VAISHNAVI BAISOYA

DHAIRYA JUNEJA 

AARIT ARORA 

SHAURYA KOHLI   

VII D

VI E

VIII B

VIII D

 

VIII B

VI E

VIII D

VII C

VII C

VII D

SHIVAJI

 

 

 

Name of the Activity                                  : Fire Drill  

Day& Date                                                  : Tuesday/18th April 2023

Participating Classes                                 : VIIE & VIIIA

A fire mock drill was organized in the school by the Fire Safety Officers to showcase the measures that can be taken during an emergency fire situation. Officers displayed various skills to tackle the fire and the measures that can be taken to avoid the fire situation. Usage of fire extinguisher was also displayed. Students also practiced the drills in the presence of fire officers and learnt the fire safety measures.

 

BAL SABHA ACTIVITY – MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

NAME OF ACTIVITY: Mirage (Optical illusions using mathematical patterns) / Creative Hand / Peppy- Poppers

DAY/DATE: Tuesday, 31st January, 2023

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

The school organized an Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities like drawing mathematical patterns in Optical illusions, paintings based on traditional art forms of India such as Gond, Madhubani, Warli, and Kalighat and also performed dance based on the prescribed theme i.e Striving for Excellence. Class VII Students participated in the activity 'Mirage’ wherein they drew optical illusions using mathematical patterns. Students of class VIII presented their creative and artistic skills in the activity 'Creative Hand’ through traditional Paintings. On the other side, grades VI-VIII participated in the group dance 'Peppy- Poppers’ to hone their theatrical and presentation talents. Students of different houses performed lively dance on peppy music according to the assigned topics. Overall, it was a brilliant performance. After each presentation, the audience was given a quiz based on the assigned topics.

RESULT:

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: Mirage (Optical illusions using mathematical patterns)

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IGAURI GOELVIIDASHOKA
IINAVYA GARGVIIBSHASTRI
IIIADVIKA JAINVIIDSHIVAJI

 

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: Creative Hand

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
INISHTHA MAZUMDARVIIIDSHASTRI
IIKHYATI KHANNAVIIIASUBHASH
IIIVIDIT RASTOGIVIIIDASHOKA

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: Peppy- Poppers

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
 

 

I

1-VIBHUTI KHANNA

2-NAVYA KHETARPAL

3-TANISHA BHUTANI

4-MANYA AGARWAL

5-AASHVI JAIN

6-AVIKA JINDAL

7-AVANTIKA CHAUDHARY

8-BHAVYA SINGH

VIIID

VIIID

VIIIE

VIIID

VIIID

VIIA

VIIB

VIA

SUBHASH HOUSE
 

 

II

 

VANYA GUPTA

ANUSHKA PAREEK

DITI TYAGI

NIKHITA GUPTA

MEHAK GARG

KRITI AGGARWAL

ANTRA MUKHARJEE

VID

VID

VIIB

VIIB

VIID

VIIID

VIIID

 

ASHOKA HOUSE
 

 

III

LAVISHA GUPTA

ANAYA

ADYA GOEL

BHAVICA MEHRA

UDIT GUPTA

RUDRANSH GUPTA

VIIID

VIIIA

VIID

VIID

VID

VID

SHASTRI HOUSE

 

 

 

Name of the programme                   : FINANCIAL LITERACY (Module 10)

Day& Date                                             :Monday/23rd January, 2022

Participating Classes                          : VIII

 

 

Financial literacy programme was held in all section of class VIII. Students explained about the Module 10 of financial literacy and cleared the concept of Apex Bank ie Reserve Bank of India. Students were informed about the needs and functions of Reserve Bank of India. Students learned that RBI regulates all the commercial banks of our country and leads to monetary stability in economy. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

 

 

Name of the Activity                                    : Financial Literacy Program

Day& Date                                                     : Monday/ 23rd January 2023

Participating Classes                                  : VII

 

Financial literacy programme was held in the school for the students of class VII. The Module -10: Reserve Bank of India was explained to the students with the help of a PPT. The students were explained about the history and foundation of RBI and its functions. They were also explained about the currency and coins. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

 

Name of the programme                   : FINANCIAL LITERACY (Module 6)

Day& Date                                             : Monday/ 23rd January,2023

Participating Classes                          : VI

 

A financial literacy program was conducted in all the sections of class 6 where the  students were explained about the concept of safety measures for digital banking, what are the do’s and don’ts of online banking. An assignment was also given to the students in which they had to ask their parents how they took safety measures while using digital banking and submit report on google classroom under the financial literacy assignment . All the students enjoyed the program and participated enthusiastically.

 

 

Name of the programme                   : FINANCIAL LITERACY (Module 9)

Day& Date                                              : Monday/16th January, 2022

Participating Classes                           : VIII

                     

 

Financial literacy programme was held in all section of class VIII. Students explained about the Module 9 of financial literacy and cleared the concept of modes of digital payment, how to operate a bank account in an online mode. Students were made aware with different payment gateways like mobile banking, net banking, UPI, POS, etc. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

Students learnt about

  1. Financial literacy gave the ability to take the time to learn about finances and to think about ways to manage and save money.
  2. It gave the knowledge about various payment options in online mode. Needs and uses for the online transactions and online banking.

 

Name of the Activity                                    : Financial Literacy Program

Day& Date                                                       : Monday/ 16th January 2023

Participating Classes                                    : VII

Financial literacy programme was held in the school for the students of class VII. The Module -9: Modes of Payments was explained to the students with the help of a PPT. The students were explained about the concept of digital payments, banking cards, UPI, mobile wallets and mobile banking. They were also explained about the difference between RTGS and NEFT. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

Students learned:

  • Basics of Mobile Banking
  • Different Modes of payments
  • Using an ATM machine and its other features

 

 

Name of the programme                   : FINANCIAL LITERACY (Module 5)

Day& Date                                             : Monday/ 16th January,2023

Participating Classes                           : VI

 

A financial literacy program was conducted in all the sections of class 6 where the  students were explained about the concept of various modes of digital payments like banking cards, USSD,AePS, UPI, mobile wallets, POS terminals, internet banking, mobile banking. An assignment was also given to the students in which they had to ask their parents how they used digital means of payment such as Paytm or UPI and how to operate  these apps. All the students enjoyed the program and participated enthusiastically.

 

Name of the programme                 : FINANCIAL LITERACY (Module 3)

Day& Date                                           :Monday/12th December, 2022

ParticipatingClasses                          : VI

 

Financial literacy programme was held in all section of class VI. Students explained about the Module 4 of financial literacy and cleared the concept of Digital Banking, Debit cards, Credit cards, its advantages, ATM machine and its functioning and provided them a home assignment in which student have to visit nearby ATM machine and see if they can operate it and also upload the report on  “financial literacy” assignment created by class teacher in google classroom. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

Students learnt about

  1. Digital banking gave the ability to learn about transaction and to think about ways to manage and spend money.
  2. It gave the knowledge and confidence to guide who are in need of understanding the function of banks.

 

Name of the Activity                                    : Financial Literacy Program

Day& Date                                                     : Monday/05th December 2022

Participating Classes                                     : VII

Financial literacy programme was held in the school for the students of class VII. The Module -4, 5 and 6: Commercial Banks and how to open a bank account was explained to the students with the help of a PPT. The students were explained with commercial banks and their types. They were also explained about the steps to open a bank account. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

Students learned:

  • Commercial banks and it’s functions.
  • Types of commercial banks.
  • They learnt about how to open a bank account.

 

Name of the programme                   : FINANCIAL LITERACY (Module 4,5 and 6)

Day& Date                                            : Monday/5th December, 2022

Participating Classes                          : VIII

 

Financial literacy programme was held in all section of class VIII. Students explained about the Module 4, 5 and 6 of financial literacy and cleared the concept of Commercial Banks, types of commercial banks, how to open a bank account and also uploading “financial literacy” assignment created by class teacher in google classroom. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

Students learnt about

  1. Financial literacy gave the ability to take the time to learn about finances and to think about ways to manage and save money.
  2. It gave the knowledge and confidence to guide who are in need of understanding the function of banks.

 

BAL SABHA ACTIVITY – MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

NAME OF ACTIVITY: Charitrankan / Sur Sangam / Puppeteers

DAY/DATE: Friday, 2nd December, 2022

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

Hard work is one value that is integral to life. The school held an Inter-House competition for students of classes VI-VIII with the theme of "Hard Work" in order to understand the importance of sedulous. Students took part in various activities to discover and instil the value of hard work. Students of class VI participated in an activity “Charitrankan” wherein they portrayed different characters allotted to them according to the topics. They all participated enthusiastically in the activity. Class VII students participated in the "Sur Sangam" a musical show. Students thoroughly enjoyed the enthralling performances. They presented a variety of songs related to the given theme. On the other hand, grades VI-VIII participated in the activity " Puppeteers" to hone their theatrical and presentation talents. Students of different houses prepared and presented the activity according to the assigned topics. Overall, it was a brilliant performance. After each presentation, the audience was given a quiz based on the assigned topics. This exercise helped students to develop their dedication, determination and focus. The real wealth of an individual is hard work as hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.

RESULT:

Class VI (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: Charitrankan

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IAVNI TAYALVIASHASTRI HOUSE
IIISHITAVIBSHIVAJI HOUSE
IIIKAVYA NIDHIVICSUBHASH HOUSE

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: Sur sangam

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IVANIAVIICASHOKA
IIAARUSHIVIIBSUBHASH
IIIUDYAN NAGARVIIASHIVAJI

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: Puppeteers

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
 

 

I

ANUSHKA PAREEK

AVISHI AGGARWAL

NIKHITA GUPTA

HIYA KHANNA  

ANTRA MUKHERJEE

DITI TYAGI

VI-D

VII-B

VII-B

VII-B

VIII-D

VII-B

 

 

ASHOKA HOUSE

 

 

II

 

TANISHA BHUTANI

VIBHUTI KHANNA

AIRA MALHOTRA

NAVYA AGGARWAL

JASKEERAT KAUR

SAUMYA KAPOOR

VIII-E

VIII-D

VII-B

VI-B

VII-C

VI-C

 

 

 

 

SUBHASH HOUSE

 

 

III

ANIKA LUNIA

AARIT ARORA

YAHVI ARORA

ADVITA KAUL

TIHANA VIJ

KENIT DHINGRA

KARTIK SINGH

VIII-A

VI-C

VIII-A

VIII-A

VIII-A

VII-A

VII-C

 

 

 

 

SHIVAJI HOUSE

 

FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM, 2022-23

CLASS-VII

 

 

 

Name of the Activity                                    : Financial Literacy Program

Day& Date                                                     : Monday/ 07th November 2022

Participating Classes                                    : VII

 

  1. Module -3: “Why is it necessary for women to invest” was explained to the students with the help of a power point presentation.
  2. The students were explained about the ways of ensuring financial well-being and secure financial future.
  3. The main emphasis was on how to be financially independent.
  4. Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

 

 

FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM, 2022-23

CLASS-VI

                             

 

Name of the programme                              : FINANCIAL LITERACY

Day& Date                                                        :Monday/7th November, 2022

ParticipatingClasses                                     : VI

 A brief description of the Activity:

  • Teacher recalled the module 1 of Financial literacy and then students watched PPT (Module 2) in the Smart Board.

 

  • Teacher cleared the concept of income, expenses, budgeting of money. It is further taken to the definition of Banks, Account holder, dept, loans, RBI and provided them a home assignment in which student have to visit to the nearest bank and observe its functioning. They can collect the information and all the information along with reports must be uploaded in “financial literacy” assignment created by class teacher in google classroom.
  • Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

 

FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM, 2022-23

CLASS-VI

 

Name of the programme                              : FINANCIAL LITERACY

Day& Date                                                        :Monday/31st October 2022

ParticipatingClasses                                      : VI

 

  • Teacher introduced the importance of Financial literacy and then students watched PPT (Module 1) in the Smart Board.
  • Teacher introduced students the meaning of financial literacy, barter system, evolution of trade, needs and wants, currency evolution and provided them a home assignment in which student have to discuss with their grandparents about the type of currency used in their time. They can collect the currency and all the information along with pictures of currency collected must be uploaded in “financial literacy” assignment created by class teacher in google classroom.

 

 

  • Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM, 2022-23

CLASS-VII

 

Name of the programme                              : FINANCIAL LITERACY

Day& Date                                                         :Monday/31st October 2022

Participating Classes                                     : VII

  • The students were shown a power point presentation and explained with the Module-1: INTRODUCTORY SESSION ON FINANCIAL LITERACY
  • The students were explained with the need and importance of financial literacy. Various terms related to finance like-Currency, Money, Borrow, Loan, Budget, etc were explained with the help of day to day examples.
  • The concept of expenses and its types were explained to the students. The students were also explained with the importance of savings.
  • They were given a home task to plan out the budget for the next month for their family.
  • Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

 

FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM, 2022-23

CLASS-VIII

 

 

DATE – 31-10-2022

The financial literacy program was conducted and the students were shown a power point presentation and explained with the Module-1: Introductory Session on financial literacy. The students were explained with the need and importance of financial literacy. Various terms related to finance like-Currency, Money, Borrow, Loan, Budget, etc were explained with the help of day to day examples. The concept of expenses and its types were explained to the students. The students were also explained with the importance of savings. They were given a home task to plan out the budget for the next month for their family.

 

BAL SABHA ACTIVITY – MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

NAME OF ACTIVITY: NAATYA/ DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP/ PLAY-DOH-FUN

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY, 17th OCTOBER, 2022

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

Law is not just a thing to obey for oneself but helps in making a peaceful society. To awaken the awareness about the established norms/rules and regulations within the students, the school organized Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities to learn the importance of being a responsible and law-abiding citizen. They showed their zealous participation and played roles in different enactments in the activity “NAATYA” to showcase, why obeying rules is required from each one of us. Students also showcased a digital wall paper on “CYBER BULLYING” and gave presentation in the classrooms. Students prepared 3D models of Indian Monuments too with the help of clay in the activity “PLAY-DOH-FUN”. Through these activities, students not only learnt about the glory of our nation but also expressed patriotism.

 

RESULT:

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
INAISHA JAINVII DSHIVAJI
IIJASKEERAT KAURVII CSUBHASH
IIIANUSHA JAINVII DASHOKA

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: PLAY-DOH-FUN

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IAENDRI SINHAVIIIESUBHASH
IIASTHA NEGIVIIIBSHASTRI
IIIAVIKA

MAHESHWARI

VIIIDSHIVAJI

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: NAATYA

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
 

 

 

I

UDIT GUPTA

DAKSH LAMBA

SAANVI GUPTA

NAVYA GARG

AADYA SHAH

ISHIKA PATHAK

ADYA GOEL

ANAYA

LAVISHA GUPTA

VID

VID

VID

VII-B

VII-B

VIID

VIID

VIIIA

VIIID

 

 

 

 

SHASTRI

 

 

 

 

II

GATIK BANSAL

ARYAN CHAKU

AVIKA JINDAL

GRACY SURANA

SHAURYA

AGARWAL

TANYA GUPTA

MANYA AGARWAL

NAVYA

KHETARPAL

VIBHUTI KHANNA

TANISHA BHUTANI

VIB

VIB

VIIA

VIIA

VIIA

 

VIIID

VIII D

VIIID

 

VIIID

VIIIE

 

 

 

SUBHASH

 

 

 

III

AARYAHI DANDRIYAL

DITI TYAGI

NIKHITA GUPTA

HIYA KHANNA

ANTRA MUKHERJEE

ARIHANT BOTHRA

KRITI AGGARWAL

TANVI ARORA

VIID

VII-B

VII-B

VII-B

VIIID

VIIID

VIIID

VIIID

 

 

ASHOKA

 

MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

CLUB ACTIVITY

12th October, 2022

                                                

 

Our school has organised a club activity on Tuesday, 11th October 2022, from 10.50 to 11.25  am. Interesting activities were conducted to make students future ready. All the students of the middle department participated enthusiastically in these activities.

Some highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in the club Activities-

AEP Club – In this activity students were given an introduction on the topic of Anger Management which, is effective in helping them to regulate their behaviour and deal with their feelings of anger when they surface.  It also lowers stress, and leads to career success.

It was an individual activity where each child was given a situation which makes them angry and was asked to jot down the possible ways that would help them to overcome the situation without getting angry. Each child presented his/ her views/ opinions on the situation. They were guided by the teacher and other students also gave valuable suggestions that can help them control anger in an effective manner.

Health and Wellness Club – In this activity, students made healthy immunity booster drinks and snacks by using different ingredients like fruits, vegetables, dry fruits and medicinal herbs etc. Through this activity they learnt about the medicinal properties of various herbs and plants.  Students participated enthusiastically in the activity.

Interact Club – In this activity students had prepared “A talk show” in groups and presented the same in class on the day of activity. Theme of the Activity was Social injustice. Through this activity they have learned how to raise their voice against social injustice. They also learnt to visualize situations and gave expressions to their thoughts. This was a group activity and all students participated very enthusiastically.

Literary and Creative Skills Club – Students created puppets in the class and presented a puppet show. The activity was done in groups and each team presented for about 1.5 minutes. The activity aided in presenting a sensitive topic like ‘Gender Stereotypes’ prevalent in society by showcasing their creative sides as well as enhancing their fluency while presenting the show.

Nature Club In this activity students presented themselves as members of a tribe and talked about their lifestyle, art forms, language and culture. Through this activity they learnt about different tribes and their lifestyles, their culture and how it influences our life. It also helped them to develop respect and gratitude for the tribes and their culture.

Scientific Skills Club In this activity students prepared paper spinners, boomerang and Balloon cars. Through this activity they learnt the concept of motion behind the Balloon Cars, Boomerang and Paper Spinners and also understood the principles of change in air pressure, flow and force.

 

Theatre Club Students were allotted different emotions/gestures, which they presented with expression and voice modulations. Through this activity they were able to gain confidence and learnt how to overcome their stage fear. Students were able to strengthen their skills in acting, dialogue delivery, voice modulation, effective expressions etc.

Teen consumer Club Students prepared pamphlets/brochures to represent various issues related to E-commerce. This activity gave them a creative understating towards the pros and cons of online trading. It developed their aesthetic learning and a better understanding of the consumer rights and duties.

Tinker Club – As a part of this activity students were able to recognize the Latest and Future Issues and Challenges in Innovation. This activity helped to expose the student with State-of-The-Art Perspectives, Ideas, Concepts, And Solutions Related to The Design and Execution of Innovation Driven Projects Using Design Thinking Principles.

Name of the Activity                                : Toss and Talk - Session on interpersonal skills

Day& Date                                                   : Saturday/8thOctober 2022

Participating Classes                                : VIII

Resource Person                                        : Ms. Anuradha Khanna

A brief description of the Activity:

A workshop on interpersonal skills was organised to help students develop their communication skills and boost their confidence. Ms. Anuradha Khanna, an interior designer turned digital entrepreneur interacted with students and motivated them to overcome their hesitation and how to interact confidently with people.

The session was very engrossing and students participated actively. They also shared the problems that they face in their day-to-day activities and learnt different ways to overcome these challenges.

Name of the Activity                                   : FUN WITH ABACUS

Day& Date                                                     : Saturday/8th October 2022

ParticipatingClasses                                   : VI-VII

 

The students of classes VI and VII attended an online session on the topic FUN WITH ABACUS, organised by the school on 8th October 2022. The resource person was Mrs. Renu Mehra who is a trained Abacus Instructor and is working with students since 2016. The students were introduced to the Abacus and its working. The representation of 2 digit and 3 digit numbers on Abacus was explained to the students and how the use if Abacus makes our calculations easy. They were also taught about the place values and how the numbers can be added with ease by the usage of abacus. It was a knowledgeable session and the students enjoyed the session while learning something new and interesting.

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: Sanskrit Bhashan & Antyakashari 2022

DAY & DATE   : Monday / 12.08.2022

VENUE: Rajkiya Kanya Inter college Vijaynagar Ghaziabad

CLASS/CLASSES   :  VI-VIII

NO. OF PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS: 05

The students of BBPS, Brij Vihar participated in “Sanskrit Bhashan & Antykashari 2022” organized by Rajkiya Kanya Inter college Vijaynagar Ghaziabad. The competitions promoted exploration, innovation, expressions and imagination in students and also provide a platform to showcase their talent.

DETAIL-

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EVENTSNAME OF THE PARTICIPANTS

 

CLASS
Sanskrit AntykashariJitmanyu Bhardwaj

Yashika Bhutani

 

VI-C

VIII A

Sanskrit Geet GayanAendri Sinha

Tanisha Bhutani

Malishka Taluja

 

 

VIII E

VIII E

VIII-A

 

 

TOPIC                                                 : WORKSHOP ON VEDIC MATHS

Day/Date of Activity                      :  Saturday, 3rd  September 2022

Participating Classes                     :  VII

Venue                                                : MP Hall

Resource Person                            : Ms. Archana Kanugo

 

Description of the workshop:

Vedic Maths is a collection of methods or Sutras to solve numerical computation quickly, faster and accurately.

With this in view, the school organized a workshop on Vedic Mathematics for students of class VII on 3rd September 2022. The resource person of workshop, Ms Archana Kanugo, shared the brilliance of Vedic maths and taught many short tricks to students, which helped them to increase their interest and confidence in Mathematics.

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY

NAME OF ACTIVITY: TEACHERS DAY

DAY &DATE : FRIDAY & 2ND SEPTEMBER 2022

PARTICIPATING CLASS/CLASSES : VI-VIII

‘A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite imagination and instill love for learning’.

Teacher’s Day is celebrated in India every year on 5th September to appreciate the role played by teachers in the life of students–the leaders of tomorrow. Students of middle department celebrated this day with great enthusiasm.

Teachers’ Day was filled with exciting and heart-warming presentations from the students.

The programme commenced with a Symphony -a self-composed song. This was followed by Dance -Guru Vandana. The students enjoyed the event a lot. A speech by head girl and head boy was delivered to show their affection, regard and respect for their teachers. Our Principal guided students to follow the instructions of their teachers and follow their footsteps.

The programme concluded by a beautiful dance on Teachers love and a duet on instrument.

 

INVESTITURE CEREMONY

(SESSION 2022-23)

Day and Date                    : Tuesday, 30th August, 2022

Class/Sec                            : Middle Department

 

The Investiture Ceremony for the academic session 2022-23 was held with great pomp and dignity at Bal Bharati Public School,  Brij Vihar, Ghaziabad.

The ceremony was held with zeal and enthusiasm. It commenced with praying the almighty and an energetic dance.

The members of the prefectorial board were conferred with badges by our Honourable Principal,  Mr. Arvind Bhatia.

The student council took the pledge to hold the school motto in high esteem.

Our Principal congratulated them and told them to be impartial and honest in leadership, unity, discipline and morality.

The function concluded with national anthem !!!

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: UNSUNG HEROES/ TED TALK/ BOOGIE WOOGIE

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY, 23rd AUGUST, 2022

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

Positive attitude helps one in keeping life, health and relationships healthy. To develop positive approach in students, the school organized Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities emphasizing the importance of being optimistic in our lives. They showed their zealous participation and presented different dance forms to show how dance can also help in instilling positive outlook. Students of class VII presented TED talks on what kept them positive and hopeful during the period of lockdown. Students of class VI did role plays of unsung heroes who set an example of having positive approach in their lives.

 

RESULT:

Class VI (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: UNSUNG HEROES

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IISHITAVI BSHIVAJI
IIGUNMAY SINGHVI CSHASTRI
IIIKAVYA NIDHIVI CSUBHASH

 

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: TED TALK

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IADVIKA JAINVII DSHIVAJI
IINAVYA GARGVII BSHASTRI
IIIANUSHA JAINVII DSASHOKA

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: BOOGIE WOOGIE

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
 

 

 

I

GATIK BANSAL

AIRA MALHOTRA

AARUSHI

RAMNEEK KAUR

AKANSHA BAKSHI

VIBHUTI KHANNA

TANISHA BHUTANI

KHYATI KHANNA

AENDRI SINHA

TEJAS CHAUDHARY

VI B

VII B

VII B

VIII B

VIII C

VIII D

VIII E

VIII D

VIII E

VIII E

 

 

 

 

SUBHASH

 

 

 

 

II

AARADHYA

RUDRANSH GUPTA

DEEPIKA DUBEY

BHAVIKA MEHRA

ADYA GOEL

PRIYAL JAIN

ADITI CHOPRA

PRAGATI CHAURASIA

VI A

VI D

VII A

VII D

VII D

VIII B

VIII E

VIII E

 

 

 

SHASTRI

 

 

 

III

HRIDYA MEHRA

HIYA KHANNA

NIKHITA GUPTA

PEEHU JAIN

MEHAK GARG

AROMA RASTOGI

ANTRA MUKHARJEE

HIMANI BILLA

VI A

VII B

VII B

VII D

VII D

VII D

VIII D

VIII E

 

 

ASHOKA

 

 

CLUB ACTIVITY

Our school has organised a club activity on Monday, 8th August 2022, from 8.30 to 9.40 AM. Interesting activities and workshops were conducted to make students future ready. All the students of the middle department participated enthusiastically in these activities.

Some highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in the club Activities-

AEP Club – In this activity students understood about stress and they also learnt the procedure of reducing stress by getting access to several stress buster tools. Different stress buster activities like tongue twisters, presentation of yoga asanas, aerobics etc. were presented/performed by the students. Students got to know various aspects and merits of using these stress buster tools. Students discussed stress caused by COVID pandemic and how they could reduce it by using these tools.

Health and Wellness Club – In this activity, students prepared various panoramic sceneries using different fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables were given different shapes and were combined to create a healthy salad. Through this activity students learnt how to present a healthy salad in a creative way.

Interact ClubMs. Sadhna was invited from the Times Group for this session. In this activity students learnt to prepare various decorative things like- toran, wind chimes and organisers using waste material. Through this activity they have learned their duties towards the community. This was an individual activity and all students participated enthusiastically.

Literary and Creative Skills Club – Students dressed as formal delegates, represented international bodies like the UNDP, UNESCO, WHO, and UNICEF, and discussed the health facilities during COVID. It was a round table conference and each student presented their point of view for about a minute. This activity was aimed at developing an understanding of how these international bodies function and brainstorming skills in the students.

Nature Club In this activity students made terrariums and discussed their importance and how it can be used in daily life. They also learnt about different indoor plants and their uses. It helped them to understand the process of water cycle and its importance for plants and develop sensitivity for nature by learning how to conserve water.

Scientific Skills Club In this activity students prepared some toys, circuits with gliding robot craft or craft stick catapult, etc. They learnt the concept of gliding robot craft /craft stick catapult and making of different toys using LEDs, wire, battery etc.

Theatre Club Students were allotted different dialogues and words, which they presented with expression and voice modulations. Through this activity they were able to gain confidence and learnt how to overcome their stage fear. Students were able to strengthen their skills in acting, dialogue delivery, voice modulation etc.

Teen consumer Club Students prepared comic strips to represent various issues related to consumerism. This activity gave them a creative understating towards consumer rights and issues. It developed their aesthetic learning and a better understanding of the consumer rights and duties.

Tinker Club – In this session students learnt the concept of breadboard and prepared different circuits using wires and LEDs. They also prepared fairy lights, circuits with blinking lights etc. Through this activity they learnt about breadboards and making simple circuits.

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: MY TREES-POSTER MAKING       

THEME: LOVE EARTH,LOVE LIFE

DAY &DATE : MONDAY & 1ST AUGUST 2022

 PARTICIPATING CLASSES : VI-VIII

 

“Painting is just another way of keeping a diary-Pablo Picasso”.

The students of  middle department showcased their perceptions about      ‘Love Earth,Love Life’ through their creativity over canvas. A poster making activity ‘Love Earth,Love Life’ was organised in which students gave a message of adopting a tree.

Through this competition some students portrayed about a healthy environment in their posters by planting more trees. The students painted their perceptions on paper about saving the planet earth from pollution and other damages. The students wonderfully depicted the dangers harming the planet and also the uniqueness of the planet was showcased through the variations of colours.

This was not all, but the students also wrote creative slogans over their paintings to address the message clearly.

The competition was like an extravagance for the young painters and the spectators as well, as they have used their brilliance of painting blended with the perceptions displayed on the painting sheet. Further the young artists also displayed the uniqueness and beauty of the earth was commendable.

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: WEAVE THE STORY- COMIC STRIP/ NUKKAD NATAK/ SWARACHIT VIGYAPAN LEKHAN

DAY/DATE: FRIDAY, 29TH JULY 2022

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

The school organized Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities highlighting the importance of cleanliness in our lives. They showed their zealous participation and presented Nukkad natak in groups. Students also drew comic strips and even showed their creativity by drawing advertisements on cleanliness to generate awareness on the significance of cleanliness in our day to day lives.

 

RESULT:

Class VI (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: WEAVE THE STORY- COMIC STRIP

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ISOUMYA KAPOORVI CSUBHASH
IIRITWIK GUPTAVI ESHIVAJI
IIIPRISHA SETHIVI ESHASTRI

 

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: SWARACHIT VIGYAPAN LEKHAN

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IJIYA ANEJAVIII DSUBHASH
IINITYA GARGVIII CSHASTRI
IIIKRITI AGGARWALVIII DASHOKA

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: NUKKAD NATAK

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
 

 

 

I

ANTRA MUKHERJEE

VIDIT RASTOGI

AARAV AGGARWAL ARIHANT BOTHRA

TANVI ARORA

NIKHITA GUPTA

DITI

HRIDYA MEHRA

VIII D

VIII D

VIII D

VIII D

VIII D

VII B

VII B

VI A

 

 

 

 

ASHOKA

 

 

 

 

II

MANYA AGARWAL

NAVYA KHETARPAL

AASHVI JAIN

VIBHUTI KHANNA

TANYA GUPTA

ISHITA AGGARWAL

YAJAT MADHWAL

NISCHAY SRIVASTAVA

VANSH GARG

VIII D

VIII D

VIII D

VIII D

VIII D

VI D

VII A

VIII D

VIII E

 

 

 

SUBHASH

 

 

III

AUSTIN RONALD

JAGJEET SINGH

SHANAYA JAIN

RISHITA SAMTANI

PAYAS SHARMA

AKSHAT DUTT

DRISHTI LUNIA

VAISHNAVI JAISWAL

VII C

VIII D

VIII E

VII D

VII D

VII D

VIII D

VIII E

 

 

SHIVAJI

Name of the Event:             INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY

Day & Date:                           Tuesday, 21st June 2022

Participating Classes:         VI-VIII

Time:                                       08:00am-09:00 am

 

REPORT:“Yoga is the journey of the Self, to the Self, through the Self.”

Regular yoga practice creates mental clarity and calmness; increases body awareness; relieves chronic stress patterns; relaxes the mind; centers attention; and sharpens concentration. Students of Classes VI - VIII participated in a plethora of events organised to mark the International Day of Yoga. A Painting competition, An Online Quiz and a Slogan Writing Competition were organised. The theme of the activity was based on Yoga Postures, Benefits of Yoga respectively.All the students participated zealously in all the events.

 

WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY

THEME: ONE EARTH ONLY

DAY &DATE : SUNDAY & 5th JUNE 2022

PARTICIPATING CLASS/CLASSES : VI-VIII

 

The world environment day is celebrated every year on  5th  June to raise global awareness to take positive environmental action to protect nature and the planet earth. It is a day that reminds everyone on the planet to get involved in environment friendly activities.

Students got an excellent opportunity to explore the nature through the various activities conducted like art from waste exhibits, recycling initiative, waste reduction initiatives etc.The celebrations ended with educating students on how to plant and adopt a tree and motivated them to plant more and more trees.

This endeavour aimed at committing to work together to build a safer, more prosperous and equitable world for all and to ensure environmental sustainability was a resounding success.

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: ROUND THE CLOCK/ MATH-O-RAP/SAMAY NIYOJAN-DOHAVALI

DAY/DATE: THURSDAY, 19th MAY 2022

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

The school organized Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities emphasizing the importance of time management in their lives. They showed their zealous participation in time bound quiz ‘Round the Clock’ and also recited meaningful dohas on the theme. The students of class VIII also showcased their musical talents by singing raps to learn different Mathematical concepts within time bound manner.

 

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: SAMAY NIYOJAN-DOHAVALI

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IJASKEERAT KAURVII CSUBHASH
IINAVYA GARGVII BSHASTRI
IIIHARSHITA NAHARVII ESHIVAJI

 

Class VIII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: MATH-O-RAP

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ILAVISHA GUPTAVIII DSHASTRI
IIVIBHUTI KHANNAVIII DSUBHASH
IIIVAIBHAV GOYALVIII CASHOKA

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: ROUND THE CLOCK- MATHEMATICAL QUIZ

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IARIHANT JAIN

VIDIT RASTOGI

HIYA KHANNA

DEVANSH DEV

VIII D

VIII D

VII B

VI D

ASHOKA
IIARADHYA JAIN

PANKHURI SAXENA

JAGJEET SINGH

ARHAM JAIN

VI D

VII D

VIII D

VIII D

SHIVAJI
IIIDHWANI ARORA

BHAVIKA MEHRA

ISHIKA AGGARWAL

VIHAAN PANDEY

VIII D

VII D

VI D

VIII D

SHASTRI

 

 

BAL SABHA ACTIVITY – MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

NAME OF ACTIVITY: FOOD FIESTA/FITNESS JUNKIES/ROCK THE SHOW

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY, 19th APRIL 2022

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

The school organized an Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different physical activities such as Zumba dance, Tabata exercises, Aerobics, and also performed Yoga on different rhythms.

They also showcased their physical endurance by performing exercises on different circuits prepared on ground and promoted the importance of healthy food by preparing healthy platters full of nutritional values.

 

RESULT:

Class VI (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: FOOD FIESTA

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ISAUMYA KAPOORVI CSUBHASH
IIAISHE JAINVI CSHASTRI
IIIVANYAVI DASHOKA

 

 

 

 

Class VII (INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: FITNESS JUNKIES

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IPRASHANT YADAVVII CSHASTRI
IIPRANAY DHAWANVII BSHIVAJI
IIIKUSHAGRA MEHTAVII DSUBHASH

 

Class VI- VIII (GROUP ACTIVITY)

ACTIVITY: ROCK THE SHOW

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IGATIK BANSAL

ARYAN CHAKU

AVIKA JINDAL

GRACY SURANA

MANYA AGARWAL

VIBHUTI KHANNA

NAVYA KHETARPAL

AENDRI SINHA

VIB

VIB

VIIA

VIIA

VIIID

VIIID

VIIID

VIIIE

SUBHASH
IIAARIT ARORA

KINJAL KAUR

BHATI

PRIYANSH GARG

MAHIMA KANSAL

ISHAN SHARMA

SUVIGYA MISHRA

YAHVI ARORA

AVIKA LUNIA

VIC

VIE

 

VIIB

VIIB

VIIA

VIIIA

VIIIA

VIIIA

SHIVAJI
IIIRUDH SOLANKI

AARAV RANA

NIKHITA GUPTA

DITI TYAGI

AVISHI

AGGARWAL

SANSKRITI SINGH

KRITI AGGARWAL

ANTRA

MUKHARJEE

VIE

VIE

VIIB

VIIB

VIIB

 

VIIA

VIIID

VIIID

ASHOKA

 

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: ARTSMITH/CHARACTER SKETCH/CHARACTER DRAMATIZATION

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY, 15TH FEBRUARY 2022

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

The school organized an Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities like paper cutting art, show cased character sketch through story boards and also dramatized different freedom fighters. Students of class VI presented their creative and artistic skills through paper cutting activity, class VII drew story boards on lives of freedom fighters and presented them and class VIII presented character dramatization on different freedom fighters. Through these activities, the students were acquainted with the contribution of our freedom fighters who are an epitome of bravery and how their lives personify lessons of supreme struggle and endurance

 

RESULT:

Class VI

ACTIVITY: ARTSMITH

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IMADHUR AGGARWALVI AASHOKA
IIPANKHURIVI DSHIVAJI
IIIJAANHVI GUPTAVI CSUBHASH

 

 

Class VII

ACTIVITY: CHARACTER SKETCH

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IYASHIKA BHUTANIVII ASHASTRI
IIJIYA ANEJAVII DSUBHASH
IIIANANYA SATTIVII CSHIVAJI

 

Class VIII

ACTIVITY: CHARACTER DRAMATIZATION

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IRIDDHIMA SUHAGVIII ESUBHASH
IIVIRAJ PANCHALVIII DSHIVAJI
IIIJIYA RAINAVIII EASHOKA

 

 

BAL SABHA ACTIVITY – MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

NAME OF ACTIVITY: I-MUN/WORLD MAGAZINE- BROCHURE MAKING/ DEBATE

DAY/DATE: SATURDAY, 29th JANUARY 2022

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

The school organized an Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities and enlightened themselves with amazing facts related to different countries of the world and also India’s contribution in the world. They showcased their creativity by designing magazines/brochures highlighting interesting facts about different countries. Students also enacted as delegates of different countries participating in the online session of International-Model United nations, who have gathered to discuss on various issues prevailing world wide. They focused on the efforts made by their committee in the country represented by them. Debate competition was also organized for class VIII students.

 

RESULT:

Class VI

ACTIVITY: I-MUN

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IPANKHURI SAXENAVI DSHIVAJI
IIARNAV GOELVI DSUBHASH
IIINAVYA GARGVI BSHASTRI

 

 

Class VII

ACTIVITY: WORLD MAGAZINE- BROCHURE MAKING

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IDHWANI ARORAVII DSHASTRI
IISARVYASHA JAINVII ESHIVAJI
IIIVIDIT RASTOGIVII DASHOKA

 

Class VIII

ACTIVITY: DEBATE

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ITEJAL RAWATVIII CSUBHASH
IIDUSHYANT AGGARWALVIII DSHASTRI
IIISIDDHARTH SINGH HAZARIVIII ASHASTRI

 

 

MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

CLUB ACTIVITIES

15th JANUARY, 2022

Our school has organised a club activity on Saturday, 15th January, 2022 from 8.00 to 9.00 AM. Interesting activities and workshops were conducted to make students future ready. All the students of middle department participated enthusiastically in these activities.

Some highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in the club Activities-

AEP Club – In this activity students enacted a Social Advertisement using props, placards, banners and posters etc on the topic- “Say no to Substance Abuse” to create awareness among the teenagers. Through this activity they learnt various techniques which would enable them to assertively say no to people who encourage them to engage in substance abuse.

ATL Club – In this session students were taught about the difference between the Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. They integrated the concept of virtual reality and developed an online game using the applications like Scratch/ Tinkercad etc.

Health and Wellness Club – In this activity students made healthy landscapes using different fruits and vegetables. They had cut the fruit and vegetables into different shapes and arranged them to create a picturesque landscape/scenery. Through this activity they were able to depict a scene from their day-to-day life in a creative manner.

Interact Club – As a part of this activity students chose a government policy or scheme launched recently (for example- Skill India, Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojna etc.) and prepared a Newsletter on it. They also gave a small presentation of about 2-3 minutes in which they explained the policy/scheme chosen by them and its benefits. This activity aimed at sensitising children towards the efforts made by our government for the welfare of the society.

Literary and Creative Skills Club – In this activity students were shown three different images with numbers and dots. Students connected the dots and formed a character in their minds. They then weaved a story on that character with their imagination and presented it on the spot.

Nature Club Each class was allotted a topic for this activity. Students used old and discarded plastic bottles and trays and recreated them into beautiful planters, pen stands, wall hangings and bird feeders. Through this activity students were able to understand the concept of 5Rs.

Scientific Skills Club During this activity students performed different scientific activities based on simple pendulum. Each child (turn-wise) was asked to prepare a painting using their pendulum. Here they have developed a temptation for inquiry-based science education and also learnt the concept of simple pendulum.

Teen consumer Club As a part of this activity students made eco-friendly products like paper bags, organisers and chandeliers, used in our day-to-day life to promote green consumerism.

Theatre Club In this activity students tried to explain the importance of healthy food, cleanliness and hygiene with the help of a puppet or hand show. This session not only helped them to understand the importance of cleanliness and hygiene and ways to prevent pollution but also enhanced their presentation skills and self-confidence

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: DIGITAL STORIES/ BOTANICA/BOTTLE DESIGNING

DAY/DATE: SATURDAY, 4TH DECEMBER 2021

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

The school organized an Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities to create awareness on water conservation and ban on single used plastics. Students created beautiful tray gardens to highlight the importance of tree plantation. They showcased their creativity by designing and decorating waste bottles. They also presented their digital presentations on water conservation and discussed the significance of water as one of the most valuable resource in our lives.

 RESULT:

Class VI

ACTIVITY: BOTANICA

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
INIKHITAVI BASHOKA
IIPANKHURI SAXENAVI DSHIVAJI
IIIALANKRITA JHAVI ASHASTRI

 

Class VII

ACTIVITY: BOTTLE DESIGNING

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
INITYA GARGVII CSHASTRI
IITANISHAVII ESUBHASH
IIIAARNAV BANSALVII ESHIVAJI

Class VIII

ACTIVITY: DIGITAL STORIES

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IPARIDHI AGGARWALVIII BSHASTRI
IIAVIKA JAINVIII BSHIVAJI
IIISEJAL GUPTAVIII DSUBHASH

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY  : COMIC STRIP/BEST OUT OF WASTE/MUSICAL CONCERT

DAY/DATE                               : SATURDAY, 20TH NOVEMBER 2021

CLASS & SECTION : VI-VIII

The school organized an Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in different activities to create awareness on water conservation and ban on single used plastics. They took part in Best out of waste and Comic strips to showcase their creativity. They also presented their self composed musical compositions.

 RESULT:

Class VI

ACTIVITY: COMIC STRIP

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IPEEHU JAINVI DASHOKA
IINAVYA GARGVI BSHASTRI
IIIPANKHURI SAXENAVI DSHIVAJI

 

 

 

 

Class VII

ACTIVITY: MUSICAL CONCERT

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ISARVYASHA JAINVII ESHIVAJI
IISHAURYA MEHTAVII DSHASTRI
IIIAKANKSHA BAKSHIVII CSUBHASH

 

 

Class VIII

ACTIVITY: BEST OUT OF WASTE

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IHARSHITA DHAWANVIII BSHIVAJI
IISAUMYE JAINVIII ESUBHASH
IIIKABIR MOHAPATRAVIII DSHASTRI

 

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: Gift of Hope- A Need-In-Deed

DAY & DATE:  20th November, 2021

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI- VIII

 

As a part of the ‘Gift of Hope’ program this activity was conducted to thank people, who always work for us. “Giving” also connects us to others, creating stronger communities and helping to build a happier society for everyone.

In this activity students of Grade VI-VIII prepared a stationery kit on their own and gifted it to their household maids or guards as a token of thanks.

This activity made our students understand the importance of Giving in our life and also made them realize their own role and duty as a responsible citizen of the society.

Students enthusiastically participated in this activity to show their support, love and appreciation for humanity.

 

MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

CLUB ACTIVITIES

13th NOVEMBER, 2021

The clubs of middle department conducted interesting activities and workshops to make the students future ready. All the students participated enthusiastically in these activities.

Some highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in the club Activities-

AEP Club – This activity aimed at teaching students about the problems related to the teenagers. Students collected newspaper and magazines clippings related to child abuse, drug abuse and other problems related to teenage. Then they prepared collage and posters on different measures for curbing child abuse/drug abuse.

ATL Club – In this session students learnt designing and ways to use their creativity constructively. Students prepared toran, wall hangings or a chain of different styled bottles. Then they integrated a simple LED circuit with their toran or bottles to make a decorative item for their home.

Health and Wellness Club – In this session students discussed about the various deformities like round shoulder, bow legs, kyphosis etc. and health problems associated with them that we have acquired in our day-to-day life due to the incorrect postures of walking, sitting or sleeping. They also demonstrated different exercises to correct our postures and overcome these deformities.

Interact Club - This activity aimed at sensitising children towards the problems of gender-based discrimination in our society. Students presented different acts on gender sensitization highlighting the problems of girl education or lack of opportunities and restrictions faced by women in the society. Through their acts they also suggested different ways to overcome these problems.

Literary and Creative Skills Club – Students were given three different genres of poets (grade-wise). Students prepared a ladder and presented their chosen poet. They were able to pen-down their favourite lines (from any poem) of the chosen poet. This activity aimed at enhancing creativity and brainstorming skills in the students.

Nature Club – Each class was allotted a time period from the Indian history. Students chose a story from that era and presented it in form of a poem or couplet with the help of different props. They also dressed up like the characters from their story to make the presentation livelier.

Scientific Skills Club – During this activity students performed different mathematical activities based on the Pythagoras Theorem. Here they have developed an temptation for  inquiry-based mathematical education.

Teen consumer Club In this activity students made flyers/posters on different quality standard marks like ISI, BIS Hallmark etc. and discussed their importance. Through this activity they were able to understand the need to check the standard/ quality marks before purchasing any product to assure that the product or service meets the requirements associated with that quality mark.

Theatre Club This was a laughter session in which each child presented either an act/song/joke/story/puppet show etc. in order to make others laugh.

This session not only helped them in enhancing their presentation skills but also boosted their self-confidence and taught them the benefits of laughter.

 

Diwali- Special Assembly

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: Diwali Special Assembly

DATE: 2nd November, 2021

CLASS & SECTION: VI-VIII

 

 “The greatest significance of Diwali is to light up new, bright and colourful dreams, fresh hopes and undiscovered ways.”

The exhilaration and celebratory spirit that Diwali brings is unmatchable. To add to the festive fervour, students of Middle department presented a special assembly on Diwali on 2nd November,2021.

There was a plethora of activities like Budding master chefs where children prepared festive delicacies. Creative activities like Rangoli and festive lantern making, Diya, Thali and Candle decorations were also organised. The students also showcased their talents through presentations on lessons learnt from Ramayana.

Students participated in the event with full enthusiasm and dedication and seemed to be completely immersed in their activities.

NAME OF ACTIVITY  : TALES WITH A TWIST / CHARCHA / TORAN

DATE                               : 30TH OCTOBER 2021 

CLASS & SECTION :  VI-VIII

The school organized an Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in the activities enthusiastically, giving gripping presentations on festivals, different ways of celebrating them and the importance of eco-friendly festivals, using different props. The students took part in Mono Acts, did role plays and also showcased their creativity by making Torans.

 

 

RESULT:

Class VI

ACTIVITY: TALES WITH A TWIST: JOURNEY OF FESTIVALS OVERTIME

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IANUSHA JAINVI-DASHOKA
IINAVYA GARGVI- BSHASTRI
IIIPAYAS SHARMAVI-DSHIVAJI

 

 

 

Class VII

ACTIVITY: CHARCHA: ECO-FRIENDLY WAYS OF CELEBRATING FESTIVALS

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IANTRA MUKHERJEEVII-DASHOKA
IIAKANKSHA BAKSHIVII-CSUBHASH
IIISHUCHITA KADWALVII-DSHIVAJI

 

 

Class VIII

ACTIVITY: TORAN

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IAVIKA JAINVIII BSHIVAJI
IIAASHVI KOHLIVIII DASHOKA
IIISRIJA TANEJAVIII DSHASTRI

 

 

The students learnt about:

  1. Importance of festivals
  2. Journeys of festivals overtime
  3. Eco-friendly celebrations of festivals
  4. Cultural values associated with Torans

 

 

Note- Photos attached in the Gallery

MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

CLUB ACTIVITY

 

 

The clubs of middle department conducted interesting activities and workshops to make the students future ready. All the students participated enthusiastically in these activities.

Some highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in the club Activities-

AEP Club – In this activity students dressed up like different leaders/rulers representing different periods of history. Through their enactment students tried to highlight the qualities of a good and a bad leader and their impact on the society.

ATL Club – In this session students related art with innovation. They learnt designing and the ways to present their ideas creatively. Students prepared a prototype of an imaginary character (like a cartoon, puppet or Halloween character). Then they integrated a simple LED circuit with their character to create a special effect like glowing eyes, moving hands etc.

Health and Wellness Club – In this session students demonstrated various asanas and pranayams and also explained their benefits.  A small discussion round was also kept for students to make a note on all the asanas demonstrated during the session and also put-up questions to understand more about the asanas and their health benefits.

Interact Club - In this activity students prepared various thanks-giving token like memory album or jewellery and also spoke a few lines to express their love for their mother. After preparing the thanks-giving token, they gifted it to their mother during the activity only and also shared their live experiences or feelings to show love and respect for motherhood.

Literary and Creative Skills Club – Students were given different topics like “position of women in the society during the 19th century or social changes in society during the 18th century. Students read about different notions prevailing in different centuries. They were able to give an overall description of their respective centuries. This activity aimed at enhancing creativity and brainstorming skills in the students.

Nature Club – In this activity students prepared a biosphere using locally available things like, sand, pebble, water, plastic bottles etc. Students also grew small plants which can survive in less water. Through this activity students were able to understand the need to conserve the environment.

Scientific Skills Club – During this activity students performed different experiments to illustrate various concepts like separation, chemical changes etc. They also asked interesting facts/questions based on their experiment/activity.

Teen consumer Club In this activity students used different forms of presentations like ppt or canva to show the statistics related to scams/frauds. They showcased the most common frauds/ scams the people are suffering from in today’s world. A small discussion on consumer rights and duties was organised to make them an aware teen consumer.

Theatre Club In this session students learned some interesting facts about dramatization and enactment. Students chose a famous personality of their choice from different fields like- politics, entertainment, literature, sports etc. Then they enacted like that personality by performing his/her signature step and other students guessed the name of the personality.

 

 

Learning Outcomes- Students learnt about –

  • How to improve their concentration
  • Benefits of yoga
  • Dialogue delivery
  • Presentation skills, expression, voice modulation and dialogue delivery

 

Note- Photos attached in the Gallery.

 

IDS-ACTIVITY

 

Name of the Activity                                 : CELEBRATING HUMANITY

Day & Date                                                   : 10.09.21 - 12.09.21 & Friday-Sunday

Class                                                               : VI-VIII

Total no. of students participated             : 50

 

The IDS Activity- Celebrating Humanity was held for the students of classes VI-VIII. The students were made to virtually visit Old Age Home -Shashiraj Foundation.

 

The resource person, Mr. Shivdhar, from the old-age home gave a virtual tour to the students and showed them different places for relaxing, i.e., Common room where they had television, small open sitting area where they enjoyed their tea and shared gossips of the evening and a small park which is used for celebrating festivals, birthdays and different functions. In addition to this, they also had medical services room, kitchen and laundry room.

After the home tour, the students got a chance to talk to one of the residents, Mrs. Sunita, who was a banker before retirement as there was nobody to look after her. She interacted with students and told them about her routine and also answered many of their questions.

 

This visit gave an opportunity to the students to witness and realize the importance of family and how important it is to love, share and care. The students prepared greeting cards, wrote messages to make people aware about the importance of sharing and caring.

 

 

 

The students learnt :

 

  • the importance of love, share and care.
  • the concept of ‘vasudev-kutumbhkam’.
  • to aware people about helping people around them.

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY  : Bits n Bytes/ Flash Card making / Role Play: Road safety

DATE                               : 7th August 2021

CLASSES & SECTION : VI-VIII

 

The school organized an Inter-House competition for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The students participated in the activities enthusiastically, giving enthralling speeches and presentations on road safety and cyber safety by explaining the issue and elucidating how to keep a check on them, using different props. The students took part in just a minute activity on ‘Cyber Bullying’ and did role plays on ‘Road Safety and Symbols’. 

 

RESULT:

Class VI

ACTIVITY: BITS N BYTES

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IAVANTIKAVI BSUBHASH
IIPAYASVI DSHIVAJI
IIIVANIAVI BSHASTRI

 

Class VII

ACTIVITY: FLASH CARD MAKING: ROAD SYMBOLS

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IVIHAAN PANDEYVII DSHASTRI
IIANTRA MUKHERJEEVII DASHOKA
IIIADITI CHOPRAVII ESHASTRI

 

Class VIII

ACTIVITY: ROLE PLAY: ROAD SAFETY

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IHARSHITA

DHAWAN

VIII BSHIVAJI
IITEJAL RAWATVIII CSUBHASH
IIINIPUN GUPTAVIII AASHOKA

 

The students learnt about:

  1. Ensuring safety on road
  2. Importance of road safety
  3. Traffic/road symbols
  4. Importance of cyber safety

 

Note- Photos attached in the Gallery.

 

 

 

CLUB ACTIVITIES

DAY/DATE – Saturday, 31st July 2021

TIME – 8.30 AM to 9.30 AM

Our School has organised a club activity on Saturday, 31st July 2021 from 8.30-9.30 AM. Interesting activities were designed and workshops were conducted to make students future ready. All the students of middle department participated enthusiastically in it.

Some Highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in club Activities-

AEP Club – Students were given a talk on healthy eating habits by our esteemed resource person Ms. Parul Yadav a senior dietician from Lucknow. This session helped them in understanding the importance of healthy food and balanced diet for a healthy living.

ATL Club – The students prepared greeting cards, posters, showpieces, vases etc. and decorated them with the use of simple circuit and colourful LEDs. The items prepared looked attractive due to the lighting effects.

They learnt about the use of simple circuits and LEDs and applied their knowledge in a creative manner.

Health and Wellness Club – Students prepared homemade delights like smoothies, energy drinks and pickles during the activity by using the materials readily available at their home and also explained the benefits of the drinks/pickles prepared by them.

Interact Club - Students prepared Face Mask and Hand sanitizer and also wrote motivational Slogans during the activity. They also shared their feelings and thoughts about the present scenario of COVID-19 in India. All the Students extended their gratitude and empathy towards the health workers and appreciated their efforts.

Literary and Creative Skills Club - Students presented the given topic by speaking for and against it. They were able to convey their ideas critically. This activity aimed at inculcating reading habit in students.

Nature Club - Students participated in a Talk Show to discuss about the concept of Green Roof. Some students enacted as RJs and Anchors who interviewed the other students portraying various experts who shared their views and opinions about the Green Roof.

Scientific Skills Club –  

Students made 2D and 3D models of various mathematical shapes and scientific formulas using clay and straws. Through this activity they learned about many scientific and mathematical shapes, structure and formulas.

 

Teen consumer Club - Students enacted as deceived customers sharing their experiences about online shopping and frauds. They also learned about their rights and duties as consumers.

 

Theatre Club –

As a part of this activity students chose a rasa and present the bhava allotted to that rasa. Students learnt about different rasas and the bhava associated with it.

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: Inter House Football Competition

DATE                            : 23rd & 26th July 2021      

CLASS                         : VI-VIII

An Inter House Football Competition was conducted on 23rd & 26th July 2021. This was a day filled with fervour and excitement amidst thrills, shrills and cheers. The students of all houses eyed for the first place in this fun yet competitive event. They participated enthusiastically in both the rounds.

ROUND 1-Football Quiz:

Students had to answer the questions being asked related to the game of Football.

 

ROUND 2-Presentation and Group question round 

Students worked in groups and made a presentation on Football game. The group explained the game while other groups asked questions based on their presentation.

 

            RESULT:

            VI

           

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ISameer Mehta

Shagun Singh

Navya Garg

Bhavica Mehra

Alankrita Jha

VIE

VIC

VIB

VID

VIA

Shastri
IILakshit Manocha

Jaskeerat Kaur

Avantika Chaudhary

Arnav Garg

Gracy Surana

VIE

VIC

VIB

VID

VIA

Subhash
IIIRonit Duggal

Adit Lamba

Mehak Garg

Shivank Patel

VIE

VIB

VID

VIA

Ashoka

 

 

VII

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ISmarth Khera

Tanmay Saksham

Manya Agarwal

Aendri  Sinha

Anshika  Jain

 

VIIA

VIIB

VIID

VIIE

VIIC

Subhash
IIArnav Rajput

Pranav Jain

Arihant Bothra

Saksham Bains

Vansh Malhotra

 

VIIA

VIIB

VIID

VIIE

VIIC

 

Ashoka
IIIAaditya Kumar Yadav

Kartikay  Ahuja

Aditya Tripathi

Sarvyasha Jain

Vritti Srivastava

VIIA

VIIB

VIID

VIIE

VIIC

Shivaji

 

VIII

 

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IYashi Agarwal

Kumari Awani

Dhruvi Gupta

Aryan Singh

Vanshika Kaushik

 

VIIIA

VIIIB

VIIIC

VIIID

VIIIE

Ashoka
IISatyak Gaur

Jasaswini Choudhury

Tejal Rawat

Sanidhya Nahata

Aditya Vikas Sharma

VIIIA

VIIIB

VIIIC

VIIID

VIIIE

Subhash
IIIAvni Abbott

Yug Sharma

Ananya Malik

Arnav Tiwari

Naitik Aggarwal

VIIIA

VIIIB

VIIIC

VIIID

VIIIE

Shastri

 

 

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY     : Mathematical mosaic / Math-o-Mania / Samay ka Sadupyog

DATE                               :    12th June 2021          

CLASSES & SECTION:   :  VI-VIII

Our School organized an Inter-House competition for classes VI-VIII. Students participated enthusiastically in time bound Mathematical quizzes and showed their creativity by making landscapes, rangolis, animal or human figures  using different mathematical figures or shapes. The students also narrated self composed stories and dohas/chaupais/kavita based on the given theme ‘Time management’.

 

RESULT:

Class VI (MATH-O-MANIA)

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IALANKRITA JHAVI ASHASTRI
IINAVYA GARGVI BSHASTRI
IIINIMISHA SEMWALVI ASHIVAJI

 

Class VII (SAMAY KA SADUPYOG)

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IJAGJEET SINGHVII DSHIVAJI
IINITYA GARGVII CSHASTRI
IIIANSHIKA JAINVII CSUBHASH

 

Class VIII (MATHEMATICAL MOSAIC)

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IHARSHITA DHAWANVIII BSHIVAJI
IIPARIDHI AGGARWALVIII BSHASTRI
IIISAANVI RATHORVIII ESHIVAJI

 

CLUB ACTIVITIES

 

DATE - Saturday, 29th May, 2021

Our School has organised a club activity on Saturday, 29th May, 2021. Interesting activities were designed and workshops were conducted to make students future ready. All the students of middle department participated enthusiastically in it.

Some Highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in club Activities-

AEP Club – Students were given different tasks like copying beat, words, tongue twister etc. Each student will hear it carefully and then will repeat it. This activity focussed on improving concentration and skills.

  ATL Club – The students have prepared any two useful models like hand blender etc. with the materials available. Most of the models were working.

Health and Wellness Club – Students were given live fitness challenges and they have performed the challenges effectively. Students have given demonstration about correct posture and way of doing first then they competed with each other.

Interact Club – In the workshop, students learnt to prepare wind chimes with waste material in a creative manner. Students after making it, concluded with their work and materials any specific used in it.

Literary and Creative skills Club - Students prepared a ‘Book Jacket’ based on the given themes like Comedy, Suspense and Thriller which represented their idea of the book to others.

 

Nature Club – Students prepared models on monuments from the different regions of India allotted to them using Waste material. It was followed with discussions on history of their monuments.

Scientific Skills Club –  Students prepared journal of 5 pages on famous Scientist/Mathematician/Logical Tricks in the first 15-20 mins. Students also presented their journals and gave interesting facts about the given topic in the rest of the time.

Teen consumer Club - Students made self-designed logos on the given theme like school logo, Logo for Social work and for businesses. After making logo, students presented their logo in respect to what is the basic motive behind such design.

 

 

Theatre Club -  A small session on the various theatrical skills and different aspects of theatre took place. They were asked to enact on any on the spot topics. At the end students clarified their doubts.

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY  :                 T-Shirt Painting/AD-Mad Show/Kaushalam

DATE                               :              24th April 2021         

CLASSES & SECTION:                  VI-VIII

Our School has organized an Inter-House competition for classes VI-VIII. Students have designed a logo of any sport / drawn a sports accessory, presented Humorous Advertisement and Shown How much fit they are by doing Jumping Jacks, Squats etc. It was a great learning experience for the students and they enjoyed discussing and doing these activities.

 

 RESULT:

Class VI

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IRUDRAKSH VIVEK KANUGOVI CSHASTRI
IIADYA GOELVI DSHASTRI
IIITANISHI RAJPUTVI DSUBHASH

 

Class VII

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
INavya KhetarpalVII DSubhash
IIShaurya MehtaVII DShastri
IIIAnshika JainVII CSubhash

 

Class VIII

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ITejal RawatVIIICSubhash
IIAvishka YadavVIIIDShastri
IIIManik SinghyanVIIIEAshoka

 

 

CLUB ACTIVITIES

DATE - Saturday, 06 February 2021

TIME – 08.15AM-09.15 AM

Our School has organised a club activity on 6th February 2021 from 08.15AM-09.15 AM. Interesting activities were designed and workshops were conducted to make students future ready. All the students of middle department participated enthusiastically in it.

Some Highlights of the activities and workshops conducted in club Activities-

AEP Club – Students designed innovative stress buster tools using pillows and sponge balls. Students were also briefed about the factors of stress an it’s consequences.

ATL Club – Students were briefed about design thinking and Tinker cad along with a video and a presentation to understand the structure and functioning of a 3D printer. Thereafter, they made 3D models after designing them.

Health and Wellness Club – Students prepared different face and hair masks using natural ingredients like turmeric, aloe vera, besan, hibiscus etc. after preparing the mask they also explained about its benefits.

Interact Club – Each child made a Thank you Card as a token of eternity and respect for all the Corona warriors. They also wrote about their live experiences or related story. After preparing the Card, students shared about their live experiences or situations.

Literary and Creative skills Club - Students acted as a critic and gave a review of any one movie and one cartoon show focusing different aspects example theme, picturization, relevance, cast.

Nature Club - In this activity students planted different types of flowering plants, medicinal plants and various air purifiers. They all used organic manures prepared from the kitchen waste and dry leaves/flowers. Instead of buying new pots, students used the old plastic cans and containers to make the pots. They beautifully decorated the pots using colourful stones and pebbles.

After they prepared their tray gardens each student enthusiastically explained the benefits of the plants selected by them and the manure that they have used.

Scientific Skills Club –  

Each student presented his/her mathematical tricks (puzzles, patterns, etc) on a sheet of paper and other students answered the questions asked in those puzzles in chat box.

Teen consumer Club - Students made a Brochure on E-Commerce, mentioning at least five strategies and benefits of E-Commerce. They also mentioned the pros and cons of E-Commerce website accompanied by the pictures collected from newspapers, magazines and other sources.

 

Theatre Club -

Students enacted as sports personality, leader, poet, actor, actress, social worker etc. and other students guessed the name of the personality.

To commemorate the 72nd Republic Day, celebrations were held online with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervour. Not only the students but the parents also participated enthusiastically in the various programmes organized to mark the day.

The highlights of the program were:

 

  • Radio show and Panel Discussion on Fundamental Rights & Duties
  • State Tableau showcasing the rich culture of the seven North Eastern states
  • Rangoli making and Tricolour dish making
  • Enactments of famous personalities involved in the freedom struggle
  • Quiz on the different events of India’s Independence movement
  • Video presentation on glimpses and significance of Republic Day
  • Spray printing on the map of India.
  • State representation of Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and West Bengal by students along with their parents
  • Fitness Bingo programme with an aim to achieve and inculcate physical activities
  • Presentation of two famous things of different states by using spray colours/ paper cutting to prepare Best out of Waste
  • Radio Shows on the given topics.

In Our Times (Music, Film, Entertainment)

Travel Diaries (Different cultures)

Inside Science (Changing & New Innovations)

  • Free style dance on patriotic songs
  • Folk songs and dances of different states of India

NAME OF ACTIVITY: CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION

DAY & DATE: Friday, 25th December, 2020

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI-VIII

REPORT:

Decorate a Corner on Christmas Day Celebration

Students of class VI decorated a corner in their house with Christmas tree, gifts, Santa Claus, socks, wall hangings and other decorative materials.

 

3D gift card for my Santa

Students of class VII prepared colourful 3D gift card on the topic ‘My Santa’. They chose a person whom they consider as a ‘Santa’ in their life. The gift card included images of that person and a thanks giving message for them.

 

Making and Decorating a Christmas Crib

Students of class VIII prepared a Christmas crib to show the birth scene of Jesus Christ. It included pictures and figures of Mother Mary, Father Joseph and a shepherd.

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: Grade VI-VII – Gateway to Diverse Fauna                                    

Grade VIII – Visit to a Zoo

DAY & DATE: Saturday-Monday/ 28th-30th November 2020

PARTICIPATING CLASS/CLASSES : VI-VIII

REPORT:

An ISA Activity (Grade VI-VII – Gateway to Diverse Fauna & Grade VIII – Visit to a Zoo) was organized for the students of grades VI-VIII. The participants showcased their talent by making origamis and PDF(s). They highlighted the problems faced by endangered species and measures to be taken to save these species from extinction.  The students also explained the reasons and the consequences, for the same, in different countries and the importance of saving fauna around us.

RESULT:

ACTIVITY NAMEPARTICIPANTS’ NAMESCLASS
Visit to a ZooAvni Maheshwari

Ahana Kishore

Ankush Bhardwaj

Akshita Bansal

Aryan Raj Shekar

VIII D

VIII D

VIII D

VIII D

VIII D

Visit to a ZooAvika Rekhi

Avni Marwah

Unnati Malik

Isha Jain

Vidushi Mahajan

VIII B

VIII B

VIII B

VIII B

VIII B

Gateway to Diverse FaunaJiya Aneja

Jagjeet Singh

Tanya Gupta

Pranjal Chhabra

Akshaj Gupta

VI D

VI D

VI D

VII D

VII D

 

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: FESTIVAL CONFLUENCE

DAY, DATE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7,  2020

PARTICIPATING CLASS/CLASSES: VI-VIII

REPORT:

November is a month of festivals, so we have organized an inter-house activity to celebrate this month. Activities like Toran-making, Picture composition and a group activity on Tales with a Twist were organised. In a Group activity, Students described various festivals and their way of celebration in the ancient time. They also compared the changes in the way of celebration festivals in the present time. Students used creativity and their skills to compete for various activities scheduled for them.

RESULT:

CLASS VI

POSITIONHOUSE’S NAMEPARTICIPANTS’ NAMESCLASS
ISHASTRIVIHAAN PANDEYVI D
IISHIVAJIRIDDHIMAAN AGRAWALVI C
IIISHASTRIVANSH BANSALVI E

 

CLASS VII

POSITIONHOUSE’S NAMEPARTICIPANTS’ NAMESCLASS
IShastriASHAJ GUPTAVII D
IIShivajiVIRAJ PANCHALVII D
IIIAshokaARYAN SINGHVII D

 

CLASS VIII

POSITIONHOUSE’S NAMEPARTICIPANTS’ NAMESCLASS
IASHOKAAadya

Akshita

Hardik

Ankush

Tanishka

VIII D
IISHASTRIAhana

Satakshi

Tarushi

Navya

VIII D
IIISHASTRIAditri

Anirudh

Avni

Ayush

Piyush

VIII A

 

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: DIGITAL FLYERS, E-CARD MAKING and POSTER MAKING

DATE: 29th – 31st October, 2020

PARTICIPATING CLASS/CLASSES: VI- VIII

REPORT:

In this activity, students of Class VI designed Digital Flyers on ‘Cyber Bullying’ and Class VII on E-Cards on ‘Road Safety’ and Class VIII Made Posters on ‘Rashtriya Ekta’. The Flyers, E-Cards and Posters were made with attractive captions and informative pictures to spread awareness on the given topics. Students participated very enthusiastically and used creativity for making Posters and shown their technical skills for preparing Flyers and E-Cards.

RESULT:

CLASS- VI

POSITIONHOUSE’S NAMEPARTICIPANTS’ NAMESCLASS
ISHIVAJIHANNAH GOELVI D
IISHIVAJIAKSHAT VERMAVI D
IIISUBHASHNAVYA KHETARPALVI D

 

CLASS- VII

POSITIONHOUSE’S NAMEPARTICIPANTS’ NAMESCLASS
ISUBHASHKARTIKAY UNIYALVII B
IISHASTRIPARIDHI AGGARWALVII B
IIIASHOKALAKSHAY MALHOTRAVII B

 

CLASS -VIII

POSITIONHOUSE’S NAMEPARTICIPANTS’ NAMESCLASS
ISHASTRI HOUSEAHANA KISHOREVIII D
IISHIVAJI HOUSEUNNATI MALIKVIII B
IIIASHOKA HOUSEAKSHITA BANSALVIII D

 

 

Name of the Activity                          :  Stroll of Tenderness (Interact Club)

Day & Date                                            : Saturday & 19th September 2020

Class                                                        : VI-VIII

Total no. of students participated     : 31

 Report :

An ISA activity for the students of Interact Club of grades VI-VIII was conducted on Saturday, 19th September, 2020, in which 31 students of Interact Club participated. Students had gone for a virtual visit to an orphanage to know about the lives of the children living there. An interactive session was arranged for students with the resource person from Goonj. The students prepared greeting cards with an open letter sharing their happiness, problems and providing a helping hand, as a token of love and care.

 

Students learnt –

  • to think with open mind and do things differently.
  • to be compassionate and empathetic towards the less privileged.
  • express their innermost feelings and keep themselves attached to such organizations and volunteer in as many activities as possible.
  • to approach and extend a helping hand to the needy.

 

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: Teachers’ Day Celebration

DAY & DATE: Saturday, 5th September 2020

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VI- VIII

REPORT:

E-CARD FOR HISTORICAL TEACHERS

On the occasion of Teachers Day, Students of class VIII made E-Cards on Historical teachers and presented their thoughts, emotions and values for teachers. This activity (making of E-Card) was done using Adobe software, where they merge the modern technologies and thoughts to the virtual world for giving tribute to our great teachers.

ART ACTIVITY

 A.   BOUQUET MAKING

In this activity students prepared bouquets and cards to thank their parents and teachers and express their gratitude towards them.

Children used different materials like leaves, flowers, waste paper, bottle, wrappers and turned them into beautiful bouquets. This activity gave them a chance to enhance their creative skills.

B.  MAKING OF DREAM CATCHERS

As a part of this activity students made colourful dream catchers by using different things such as old bangles, waste bottles, paper. They turned the unused and waste materials into beautiful gifts for their parents and grand-parents as a token of thanks.

  1. A JOYFUL CONNECTION (MUSICAL EVENT)

On the occasion of teachers’ day students sung different self-composed songs and parodies to express their feelings and respect for their teachers.

 

  1. KAHANI HAR BACHHE KI ZUBANI: A PERFECT CLASSROOM AND A TEACHER TO REMEMBER

The students of Grade VI and VII organized a programme of Slam Poetry in English and Hindi on the occasion of Teachers’ Day. Students performed their poetry with full enthusiasm and dedication. The students exhibited great creative skills during the performance and keenly observed when others performed. The event concluded with an echo of wishes of Teachers’ Day from students, showing their unending love for their teachers.

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: NEWS REPORT

DAY & DATE : Saturday-Monday & 22nd – 24th August 2020

PARTICIPATING CLASS/CLASSES : VI-VIII

REPORT:

An ISA Activity was organized for the students of Grades VI-VIII. The participants, divided into groups, showcased their talent by preparing News Reports highlighting the important features of the National Sports of India and Bangladesh (Its origin and history, how it is played, rules, players, uniform, etc.). Students learnt about the National Games of both the countries. They also learnt how to work in teams and co- operate with their classmates.

 

RESULT:

ACTIVITY NAMEPARTICIPANTS’ NAMESCLASS
NEWS REPORT 

VIDUSHI MAHAJAN

 

AVNI MARWAH

 

ARYA RAZDAN

 

SHREYA MITTAL

 

ISHA JAIN

VIII B

 

VIII B

 

VIII B

 

VIII B

 

VIII B

 

NEWS REPORT 

ARIHANT BOTHRA

 

ARHAM JAIN

 

ANTRA MUKHARJEE

 

AKSHAT VERMA

 

ADITYA TRIPATHI

VI D

 

VI D

 

VI D

 

VI D

VI D

 

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: Grade VI – News Alert

                                      Grade VI-VIII – Thirsty Crow

DAY & DATE : Saturday-Monday & 8th – 10th August 2020

PARTICIPATING CLASS/CLASSES : VI-VIII

REPORT:

An ISA Activity (Grade VI – News Alert & Grade VI-VIII – Thirsty Crow) was organized for the students of grades VI-VIII. The participants, divided into groups, showcased their talent by making newsletters and bird-feeders. They highlighted the underlying theme of ‘Climatic Change’ through the lens of different changes happening around in the surroundings. The students also explained the reasons and effects of climatic changes in different countries and the importance of bird feeders in cities today, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

RESULT:

ACTIVITY NAMEPARTICIPANTS’ NAMESCLASS
NEWS ALERTAvika Maheshwari

Avni Sharma

Bhuvika Dhawan

Dhwani Arora

Dristi Lunia

 

VI D

VI D

VI D

VI D

VI D

NEWS ALERTAendri Sinha

Aayan Ahmad

Aman Dham

Aditi Chopra

Aarnav Bansal

 

VI E

VI E

VI E

VI E

VI E

THIRSTY CROWAashvi Kohli

Aarjav Jain

Aashim Trivedi

Abhinav Kumar

Abida Ali Khan

 

VII D

VII D

VII D

VII D

VII D

THIRSTY CROWMadhav Gupta

Mohdeep Singh

Pranjal Chaturvedi

Piyush Aggarwal

Shivam Gupta

Shivansh Narula

 

VIII A

VIII A

VIII A

VIII A

VIII A

VIII A

 

The students learnt about:

1) Collaborative work & Team spirit

2) Effective Communication Skills

3) Literary & Creative Skills

4) Artistic Skills

 

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY                   : WEBINAR ON CELEBRATING BIODIVERSITY

NAME OF THE CLUB                    : ATL CLUB, MIDDLE DEPARTMENT

DAY & DATE                                  : 10 th JUNE 2020

PARTICIPATING CLASSES         : VI - VIII

REPORT: Nature has always been a provider. With time we have also realized that humanity can survive only in harmony with nature. So it's our responsibility to protect the provider

To commemorate THE WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY   a webinar was organized for the Tinker Club members of Middle Department on *WALK THROUGH THE WOODS' by Ms. Viji Sridhar, ATL Coordinator

HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS WEBINAR:

=> Celebrating World Environment Day under the theme ‘CELEBRATE BIODIVERSITY’

=> A Walk through the Woods - Students were taken for a virtual tour under the green canopy of wild life sanctuaries and national parks

=>Microgreens - A small step to a greener life. They were taught the new techniques of growing micro saplings without soil and chemicals during lockdown with minimal resources

=> A short environmental quiz was conducted. The celebration culminated with taking a pledge to protect the provider.

 

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY:       Mathematical Mosaic

DATE:                                   4th and 5th June 2020

CLASS & SECTION:          VI to VIII

Topics for mosaic:                 

ASHOKA- Landscape

SHASTRI- Bird/Animal

SUBHASH- Rangoli

SHIVAJI- Means of transportation

It was an individual activity. Participants had to make their composition on A4 sized sheet. All the students made the mosaic work beautifully. The competition gave an opportunity to students to arrange different geometrical shapes in a MOSAIC art form. They learnt about different shapes, space division, time management and colour combination.

RESULT:

Class: VI

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IDhwani AroraVI DShastri
IIGarv AgarwalVI DShivaji
IIISarthak BajajVI EShastri

Class: VII

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
IBhoomika ManochaVII EAshoka
IIAkshath SanjeevVII AAshoka
IIIAvika JainVII BShivaji

 

Class:VIII

PositionName of the studentClass & SectionHouse
ITarunya VermaVIII CShivaji
IIAvni MaheshwariVIII DAshoka
IIIAkshita BansalVIII DAshoka

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY : Pamphlet/Poster Making- ‘Aware and Safe Teen                    Consumer’

DAY & DATE              : 6th - 8th June 2020

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: VIII A-E

REPORT:

In this activity students made a poster/pamphlet mentioning at least four instructions for being an ‘aware and safe teen consumer during the coronavirus pandemic’, accompanied by relevant pictures. This was an individual activity and all students of class VIII participated in it very enthusiastically. It gave them an opportunity to learn about the ways of being an aware and safe teen consumer.

NAME OF ACTIVITY                   : Boost Your immunity With Detox      Water

DAY & DATE                                 : 30th May to 1st June 2020

PARTICIPATING CLASSES        : VI A-E

REPORT:

In this activity students prepared Detox water using different combinations of fruits and vegetables and then explained about its health benefits. This was an individual activity and all students participated very enthusiastically. It gave them an opportunity to learn about the health benefits of detox water.

 

REPORT OF CLUB ACTIVITY -2020-21

Name of the Activity                :        Memories of Lockdown (E-Brochure Making)

Date of the Activity                   :         30th May -1st June

Participating Classes               :         Class VII

 

 REPORT:

In this activity students prepared an E-Brochure on the given topic “Memories of Lockdown” and wrote about their positive experiences during this lockdown period. They also attached photos of how beautifully they are utilizing their time.

This activity aimed at making students aware about this precious time they are getting in this COVID-19 situation and using it in a constructive manner.

 

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY                                :           Hindi Kavita Lekhan

DAY &DATE                                               :           26th - 29th May 2020

PARTICIPATING CLASS/CLASSES     :           VI-VIII

 An Interhouse Activity, "Hindi Kavita Lekhan" was organized online for the students of grades VI-VIII. The participants showcased their creative talent very effectively. They highlighted the underlying theme of ‘Time Management’ through the different topics assigned to them.

RESULT:

POSITIONHOUSE NAMES of PARTICIPANTSCLASS/SECTION
 

First

Second

Third

 

 

 

 

Shivaji

Subhash

Shastri

 

 

 

 

Lavya Dassani

Jiya

Nitya Garg

 

 

VIA

VID

VIC

 

First

Second

Third

 

Shastri

Shastri

Ashoka

 

Maitryi Masant

Saatvik Pachori

Gaurangi Varshney

 

VIID

VIIA

VII D

 

 

 

 

First

Second

Third

 

 

 

 

Ashoka

Shivaji

Shastri

 

 

 

 

Arnav Bisht

Abhya Gaba

Anshika Goel

 

 

VIII C

VIII C

VIII C