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PRE-PRIMARY ENGLISH STORY TELLING COMPETITION
2019-20

The English Story Telling Competition of L.K.G and U.K.G. was held on 11th October, 2019. The theme was Animals (inter-related with the ISA theme). The children participated with great enthusiasm and zeal. The confidence, memorization and articulation of the children were superb. All did very well. 

Ms. Sharma graced the occasion with her presence.The honorable judges were Ms. Natasha Sharma, Mrs. Bharti Pokhriyal and Mrs. Neelam Nanda. The results were announced by Ms. Natasha Sharma.

 

 Performances by L.K.G.

NAME OF THE CHILD

CLASS

RANK

Nabaha

L.K.G. B

    I         

Saher Mehrotra

L.K.G. C

   II

Naadya Bansal

L.K.G. A

  III


 Performances by U.K.G.

NAME OF THE CHILD

CLASS

RANK

Aarna Rawat

U.K.G. A

    I         

Vaishnavi Tiwari

U.K.G. B

    II

Yuven Narula

U.K.G. C

   II


Ms. Sharma appreciated the hard work of the children and the teachers. The programme ended with the National Anthem.

    Cyber Safety Workshop

    “It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.”

    Computers have changed the way we perceive the world.  They are like a double edged sword. They have helped the development of humans in various ways; however they have also increased problems for us.

    The technological revolution has become the sole cause of the new type of theft .i.e. the CYBER CRIME!

    Cybercrime is any criminal activity that involves a computer, networked device or a network.  To make the students aware about the threats they face while using the internet, Arwachin International School organized a workshop on Cyber Safety on  October 10, 2019.

    Mr. Rakshit Tandon, Director Executive Council - Council of Information Security and Consultant – Internet and Mobile Association of India addressed our students and helped them explore the digital world in a responsible manner.  He spoke to the students on the topic of ethical hacking, and cyber laws of India. The students enthusiastically replied to all his questions. He also enlightened the students about the various ethical laws of India by giving them real life examples about cyber crimes which have affected the Indian youth.  Moreover, he also taught that addiction is the worst poison a human can consume.  The excessive participation of teenagers over social networking sites and online games has affected their  physical and mental health.

    Thus he concluded the workshop with the words “New technology is not good or evil in and of itself. It's all about how people choose to use it.”

      Inter House Western Music Competition

      An Inter House Western Music Competition for Primary Wing was held on 10th October, 2019 in the school auditorium. The participants from Grade I to Grade V put forth their enthralling performances. The competition was adjudged by our talented teachers Mrs. Yogjyoti and Mr. Sagar. The competition started with solo and duet performances, followed by group performances by each house. The participants sang variety of songs. They came up with melodious voices which in the run attracted the audience. Great support was given from the audience side. All our young maestros who took part in the competition made the competition a great success and sang to the best of their ability. They were applauded and encouraged by Mrs. Grover for putting up a wonderful show.

      Following were the winners:-

      Solo Singing- The first position was bagged by Anik Raghav from Bose House, Navya Narula from Tilak House stood second, followed by Iram Salmani from Shastri House.

      Duet Singing- The first position was bagged by Aahna and Maurvi from Tagore House, Shrey and Naman from Tilak House stood second, followed by Anmol and Harseerat from Shastri House.

      Group Singing- The first position was bagged by Tilak House, Bose House stood second, followed by Shastri House.

        ZONAL CULTURAL COMPETITIONS 2019

        With great pride we announce that yet again, Arwachinians brought laurels to the school as they sparkled their way through the Zonal Cultural Competetions’19. They made their mark in almost every competition they participated and achieved prestigious positions. They bagged awards in the following categories :

        S. no.

        Students’s name

        Class

        Name of the Competition

        Position

        1

        Rohini Raji

        XI

        Solo classical Dance

        1st

        2

        Anurag Arya

        VIII

        Essay Writing (English)

        1st

        3

        Sanidhya Tyagi

        VII

        Declamation (English)

        1st

        4

        Anshika Sharma

        VIII

        Extempore (English)

        1st

        5

        Anubhav Sharma

        VIII

        Extempore (English)

        1st

        6

        Priyanshu

        IX

        Poem Recitation (Sanskrit)

        1ST

        7

        Aryansh Nigam

        VIII

        Poem Recitation (Sanskrit)

        1ST

        8

        Priyanvada

        X

        Slogan Writing (Hindi)

        1st

        9

        Aditya Singhal

        VIII

        Slogan Writing (English)

        1st

        10

        Gaurang Bhatt

        XI

        Drawing Competition

        1st

        11

        Dhairya

        IX

        Sculptor Competition

        1st

        12

        Aryansh Nigam

        VIII

        Vocal Classical

        1st

        13

        Ananya Jain

        IX

        SWAR

        1st

        14

        Kartikeya Naran

        IX

        SWAR

        1st

        15

        Ansh Awasthi

        VII

        SWAR

        1st

        16

        Yashika Panwar

        VIII

        Percussion

        1st

        17

        Dev Chandana

        XI

        Percussion

        1st

        18

        Devesh Dev

        VII

        Percussion

        1st

        19

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         Band & Orchestra

        1st

        20

        Anshika

        X

        Declamation (English)

        2nd

        21

        Padma Laxmi Panda

        X

        Declamation (English)

        2nd

        22

        Harshit Jain

        IX

        Declamation (English)

        2nd

        23

        Avishi

        VII

        Extempore (Hindi)

        2nd

        24

        Anushka Arya

        VIII

        Mono Acting

        2nd

        25

        Parth Aggarwal

        XI

        Mono Acting

        2nd

        26

        Pranshi

        X

        Papier Mache

        2nd

        27

        Charan

        VIII

        Papier Mache

        2nd

        28

        Harshni S A

        VIII

        Light Music

        2nd

        29

        Ansh Awasthi

        VII

        Light Music

        2nd

        30

        Kokila Rohatgi

        VIII

        Vocal Classical

        2nd

        31

        Sarakshi

        VIII

        SWAR

        2nd

        32

        Vibhuti Gupta

        IX

        Semi Classical

        2nd

         

        We congratulate all the winners. 

          WWF Quiz

          The World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) is an international non- governmental organization and it works on the issues regarding the conservation, research and restoration of the environment. A State Level quiz was held at The Shriram School - Aravali, Gurugram on 4th October 2019 by them. The students of Arwachin International School namely Himaghn (7D) and Sparsh (8A) from the middle school and Ridheesh (5C) and Vedant (4C) from the primary level participated in the quiz. There were more than 100 schools from all over Delhi who registered themselves in the quiz. The students learned about wild life conservation and how to save our planet earth. It was very informative and a great learning experience.

            Project Based Learning Workshop at JFND, New Delhi

            The Japan Foundation, New Delhi (JFND) conducted a two days Project Based Learning (PBL) Workshop for the Senior Secondary Japanese language teachers on 25th September and 04th October, 2019 at the Japan Foundation, New Delhi.

            The objective of the workshop was to enlighten the teachers about PBL project which has to be submitted by the students of classes 11 and 12 this year for evaluation as per the CBSE curriculum.

            Mrs. Vandana Jain, the Japanese language teacher attended the workshop.

            This workshop will be followed by a camp for the students where they can complete their project under the guidance of the teachers. The 


            tentative date for the camp will be 8thNovember, 2019.

              THE CELEBRATION OF GOOD OVER EVIL

              The greatness of culture can be found in its festivals - events ordinarily staged by a community centering on and celebrating some unique aspect of that community and its tradition. Once again ‘ARWACHIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL’ was a part of the celebration of Dussehra, a time of victory for good over evil, a time when the world sees the example of the power of good.

              The auspicious day of 4th October, 2019 commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by our esteemed Guest of Honour, Mr Uday Kaushik, our honourable Director, Mr Sharma and our respected Prinicipal, Mrs Nair. The primary objective of the entire celebration was to make the students experience the real essence and importance of Dussehra and to convince them that no matter how intelligent a person is, his pride will be the reason of his collapse.

              The programme began by seeking the blessings of Goddess Durga through a spiritual song ‘Om Shri Durgayai’ sung by the students of class 8. The students of AIS enthralled the entire audience with their synchronized instrumental performance and a group dance on the song ‘Ayigiri Nandini’ and ‘Aarti Jai Maa’ respectively.

              Thereafter, the students were made aware of the ancient story wherein the Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar came together creating ‘Durga’ in order to kill the demon king Mahishasur. A spectacular act was staged on Mahishasur Mardani by the students of classes 7 to 9.  Next in line, was an English Song ‘Thank you Lord’ sung by the students of 6 to 8 which taught everybody to express his/her gratitude to the Almighty God.

               

              The day of Dussehra also coincides with the immersion of Goddess Durga, so the programme also included a ‘Nukkad Natak’ on the same subject making the audience aware about the harmful effects it has on the environment and the alternative steps to be taken by them for the rituals to be performed during their celebrations. A student of Class 8 also recited a beautiful poem giving a magnificent description of Lord Rama and his ideals.

              Last but not the least, the programme concluded with the motivational words of the Guest of Honour, Mr Uday Kaushik, who encouraged the students to be thoughtful and have pure ideas in their minds. Our honourable Director, Mr Sharma blessed the audience with his inspiring words, appealing the students to have respect for every woman and even urge others to do so. The Principal, Mrs Nair addressed the students telling them to take back the positive thoughts and reflect upon the values imparted through today’s programme. Everyone seemed to be in a state of absolute bliss as the celebration delivered the message, “Let us start a great life by conquering our external evils”.

                Interactive Assembly (Class 3B)
                “Say No To Plastic”

                The students of class 3B conducted the interactive assembly on 4th October, 2019. “SayNo To Plastic”  The quote itself coveys the message of the assembly. A mime was presented by the students made the audience aware that use of plastic of any quality or form is harmful to health. The skit was followed by dance performance and Hindi quotes.

                At the end , our respected coordinator, Mrs. Grover, enlightened the students about the ways to save our environment.

                The performances were enjoyed by the audience as well as the teachers.

                 

                  INTERACTIVE ASSEMBLY
                  CLASS 7A, 7B

                  The students of Class 7A and 7B presented their Interactive assembly highlighting the theme of ‘FRIENDSHIP’on 3rd Oct’19.

                         They enthusiastically recited a poem on the theme and sang a Rap which was very much enjoyed by all. A comic programme ‘So Sorry’ was shown displaying the friendship between the American Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump which generated a lot of fun among the audience.The students  enacted a play followed by a dance performance and a English song. The children were overwhelmed as they were appreciated a lot by our respected Principal, Mrs Swapna Nair.

                   

                    School Picnic
                    Classes 1 - 5

                    Arwachin International School, organized a school picnic for its primary section on 1 October, 2019. The tiny tots of class 1 headed to Playbox (Noida) and classes 2-5 visited the thematic park named -‘Oh! Max Wonderland’(Greater Noida). It was an educational as well as a fun-filled trip.

                    At Playbox, the students enjoyed in a fun zone that was full of games, soft swings and various activities like building a house, kitchen play, jigsaw puzzles, musical mat and trampoline. At the end, the mascot of the place called J danced with the students on the DJ floor. Face mask of the mascot J and free pass were provided as return gifts.

                    At Oh! Max, the students got engaged in various activities after getting a brief orientation by the volunteers. An indoor Amazon forest was recreated that helped the students to explore the wonders of nature while having the glimpse of the animals that are found there. Next was a visit to ‘Chocolate Factory’ where look alike of the actual machines used in the process of chocolate making were set up.After this, the students got spell bound by visiting the spectacular replica of Taj Mahal and Titanic They also understood the history of the Taj Mahal and Titanic through a holographic display. The fun continued as the students got a chance to see hoopla dance. All of them showcased their dancing moves on the DJ floor. The joy was added with the adventure activities and ball pool activities.

                    The wonderful day came with an end by gathering golden memories. The trip combined learning with lot of amusement.

                      GURUVANDAN CHHATRA ABHINANDAN    
                      PROGRAMME

                      Guruvandan programme was celebrated on 1st October,2019.It was organized by `BHARAT VIKAAS PARISHAD'. Mr. Hemant and Mr. Pradhumn, members from BVP were present on this occasion.We welcomed the members of BVP. Then BVP member Sh.Pradumn ji spoke about importance of values in student’s life  to achieve  success.BVP members presented and award to our School for  remarkable performance of our students in the board exams. The   teachers and students  received certificates and awards for class X result of the session 2018-2019.

                      Following  students received the  awards and certificates :

                                                                                       class

                      1)      SHRUTI  KISHORE                      X                  99.6 %

                      2)      RISHAB DANDRIYAL                 X                   97.6 %

                      3)      DEEPAL YADAV                         X                  97.4%

                      Following teachers received the awards and certificates  as their students scored a perfect 100 in their respective subjects in CBSE Board Exam

                      1) Mrs.Vandana Jain                   JAPANESE LANGUAGE

                      2) Mrs. Sangita Sharma               BIOLOGY
                      3)  Mrs.Garima Arora                   COMPUTER SCIENCE
                      4)  Mrs. Sunita Suri                      PHYSICS
                       5) Mrs.Ambika                             CHEMISTRY
                      6) Mr.Shivam Sharma                 ECONOMICS
                       7) Mrs.Manisha Sen                    HISTORY AND CIVICS
                      8) Ms.Bhawna Kamboj                    GEOGRAPHY
                      9) Mrs.Paramjeet Kaur                    MATHS

                      At last the vote of thanks was given by our HINDI HOD Mrs. Deepika Chawla to BVP members for motivating our  students. 

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