Festivals are an expressive way to celebrate glorious heritage, culture and traditions. They are meant to share special moments in our lives with our loved ones. They serve the purpose of bringing happiness to our lives and strengthen our sense of community. To foster this idea, Arwachin International School celebrated Shri Krishna Janamastami with zest and fervor, on 12 August 2017 during a special assembly. The assembly commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by our honorable Director Mr. Sharma and respected Coordinator Mrs. S. Sharma.

The students presented a drama: ‘Krishna Sudama Milan’. The drama depicted the eternal bond of true and divine friendship between Lord Krishna and Sudama. After this spectacular ‘Milan’ the students of Indian Music showcased their talent by singing a bhajan ‘O Re Krishna’, displaying the bond of ideal love between Krishna and his mothers. The students gave melodious performance. The Western Music students sang beautifully‘God Will Make Your Way’. The students of Instrumental Club performed a medley of Krishna bhajans.The last but not the least there was an exquisite dance performance on the song ‘So ja re kanha’. All these performances enthralled and captivated the hearts of the audience. There was also a thrilling quiz in between the assembly.

The assembly  was concluded with Mr. Sharma’s valuable and enlightening words. He motivated the students to be more disciplined and helpful in life. He also laid emphasis on doing our duties honestly. He even encouraged the students to keep their vicinity clean. He also applauded the effort of the teachers and the students.


    Independence Day and Janamashtami report

    Independence Day and Janamashtami were celebrated at Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden on 11th of August, 2017 with great zeal and enthusiasm. The program was graced with the presence of the principal, Mrs. Peter and the director Mr. Sharma.

    The celebration began with the lighting of the lamp by Mrs. Peter, Mr. Sharma and Miss Sharma. The first performance was a solo dance on  ‘Kanha so ja zara’,  by Ipshita from UKG. It was followed by a lovely  Indian Music: Nanna Munna rahi, by the tiny tots of LKG and  ‘Choti….Choti gaiyan’ by UKG . It was followed by a skit, performed by the UKG children on ‘unity in diversity’ named ‘We are one’. UKG gave another brilliant dance performance on the song ‘Ik Tera naam hai sancha’.

    At the end, Mrs. Peter and Mr.Sharma praised the efforts of the teachers and the students. Thereafter, the National Anthem was sung and the day was called.

      English Essay Writing Competition (2017-18)

      Arwachin International School conducted an Essay Writing Competition on 7th July. Students of classes 6 to 12 participated in it. The objective of the competition was to encourage creative writing skills in students and to allow these young minds to think and write on the given topic

      Various topics like-Safety of Women for class 6, Save Girl Child for class 7, An Invention that has Transformed India for class 8, Global Terrorism for class 9, Religious Intolerance in India for class 10, Craze of Fashion Among Youth for class 11 and Dependence on Technology is Making Humans Less Intelligent for class 12 were chosen for the competition.

      The children demonstrated their writing skills as well as expressed their outlook on the given topic. This kind of competition brings out the ability to think quickly, write persuasively and present well connected ideas.

      Result Awaited.

        Value Education Activity
        Thanks Giving Cards
        Class IV A

        “Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it”.

        A card making activity was conducted in the class to inculcate the sense of gratitude among the students. The students prepared beautiful cards along with heart rendering messages for the support staff including medical staff, IT department, guards and maids. It came as a pleasant surprise for them and they appreciated the efforts of the students. Their cards made them feel special and brought a big smile to their faces.   

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