Workshop on Health and Hygiene

Arwachin International School conducted a workshop on the topic –‘Health and Hygiene’ for the classes 1-5 in the school premises on 31st August, 2019. It was headed by Dr. Manisha and Mr. Mayank Aggarwal.

The workshop started with a questionnaire session about what health and hygiene is. The students got aware about the appropriate manner of washing hands, bathing and cleaning eyes and nose. Various poems on cleanliness were recited during the session to make them understand its importance.

At the end, few videos were played that conveyed various important instructions related to hygiene.

The session was very knowledgeable and interesting.




     Physical Education department of Arwachin International School organized an Inter- house Rugby competition for class 6th to 10th on 31st  of August 2019 in their school premises.  The program was inaugurated by the Principal Mrs. Swapna Nair. She motivated the children to compete with sportsman spirit.  The participants were armed with all their skills and expertise.  There were four teams split on the basis of their house. Bose, Tilak, Shastri, and Tagore. Each match was of 10 minutes. 

    The opening match was between Shastri and Tilak house .  As Shastri house won the toss, they chose to ball first. Tilak  house won the match and moved to finals.  The second match was between Bose and Tagore house .  As Bose house won the toss, they chose to ball first. Bose  house won the match and moved to finals The final match was between Tilak and Bose house.  The toss was won by Tilak house and the team chose to Ground first.  The match was very interesting and full of enthusiasm and all the players put their best effort to make their team victorious. Bose house emerged as the winner of the event and was declared the champion.  Sports teachers were lauded for organizing this event…….


      Inter-house Instrumental Music Competition (2019-20)

      “Music speaks what cannot be expressed

      Soothes the mind and gives it rest

      Heals the heart and makes it whole

      Flows from heaven to the soul”


      Music is an art form and cultural activity that benefits the children, teens, adults, middle- aged, and old-aged. A research has shown that involvement in music, improves basic mathematics and reading ability in the children. Learning music makes students self-disciplined and creative. It is an easy outlet to release frustration and the burden on your shoulders. It uplifts and motivates the spirit and gives people a more positive outlook towards the life and situations. Keeping in mind the importance of music, Arwachinians are taught how to play different musical instruments.

      To give a perfect platform to the young learners to perform, an Inter-house Instrumental Music Competition was organized on 30th Sept’19. The students from classes 6 to 12 participated in the competition. There were three rounds - Solo, Duet and Group. All the four houses gave their best.  The participants captured the attention of the audience. The audience as well as the panel of judges i.e. Mrs. Rohatgi, Mr. Leslie and Ms. Tulsi was fully engrossed in the programme.  The result of the competition is as follows:

      Position/ Category





      Siddhant Aggarwal (Shastri)

      Bose House



      Shailja (Bose)

      Bhanavi Bhutani (Tagore)

      Shastri House



      Divyam (Tilak )

      Tagore House



      The senior-wing Coordinator, Mrs Sangita Sharma applauded the students for the efforts they had put in to make the event successful.

       The event was concluded with the singing of the National Anthem.

        Soulful renditions at AIS

        The auditorium of AIS was stirred up by melodious symphonies during the Inter House Western Music Competition. Students of all the four houses rigorously fought for the first position. The competition was carried out in three categories: solo, duet and group. The beautiful notes of the instruments created a mesmerizing environment and caught up everyone’s attention. Music is a way to connect to one’s soul and at AIS, holistic growth and development is given prime importance. The children had a great time listening to the notes played and cheered their respective houses with full vigor. Bose house bagged the first prize in solo, Tagore house bagged the first prize in duet and Shastri house bagged the first prize in group category. Tagore house emerged as the overall winner, keeping into account all the marks secured by the students.

        While announcing the results, Mrs. Nair praised and encouraged the hard work put in by the participants. She further said that everyone was excellent and it was a tough call to select the winners. These Inter House competitions are held with the motive to enhance active participation of students and nurture and hone their talents along with inculcating the qualities of team spirit and healthy competition.

          Dance Inter House Competition
          Classes 1- 5

          Michael Jackson once said, ‘On many occasions when I am dancing, I have felt touched by something sacred.’

          Arwachin International School organized Dance Inter House Competition on 28th August, 2019 in the school premises. The competition was judged by Mrs. Yogjoyi Rohtagi, Mr. Dilip Sagar and Mrs. Surya Laxmi.

          The competition consisted of three rounds, namely Solo, Duet and Trio.In the Solo round, the participants presented the classical dance forms that is consider to be the divine and the highest form of art in dance.

          Next was the Duet round by the participants of all the four houses. Folk dances of West Bengal, Maharashtra, Punjab and Rajasthan were showcased by the participants with lot of energy and grace. Last round was the Trio round. In this, three students from each house performed on the famous English songs.

           Results of the competition:-
















          Navya Narula(5C)





          Ria (5A)





          Medhavi Rai(5C)

          Navya Jain(5C)
























           All the participants were motivated and applauded by our respected Coordinator, Mrs. Priya Grover.

            23rd AUGUST 2019

            Sweeter than honey,tastier than curd, pleasanter indeed than any happiness and joy is the company,is the power of the name of “KRISHNA”.  On  23  of August 2019, the students of Arwachin International School celebrated Janamashtami.All the  students of pre –primary wing came dressed up as little Kanha and little Radha. The enthusiasm grew many folds with the very encouraging and gracious presence of  Principal Mrs. Nair. The program began with the lighting of the lamp. The celebration was marked open with a very enchanting dance performance by our little bundle of joy i.e LKG babies. It was followed by a group song “choti choti gaiya..” sung by UKG and kanha nand kishore”…. by LKG.  Next was a very captivating group dance by our tiny tots on the modern version of Krishna song  i.e “Krishna my superstar ,Last but not the least, was a skit presented by UKG  students depicting Lord Krishna’s birth, Shesh Naag protecting baby Krishna and maiya  Yashoda giving butter to her little Krishna .This was followed by a beautiful performance  dance. Mrs. Nair expressed her happiness on how all tiny tots were beautifully dressed  and congratulated the tiny tots for their  performances and appreciated the teachers for their efforts. The hall echoed with the chanting of “Hathi  Ghora palki- Jal Kanhaiya laal ki …”

              JANAMASTAMI CELEBRATION (2019-20)

              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 23rd August 2019. The assembly commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by our respected Principal Mrs. Swapna Nair.

              The students of Indian Music showcased their talent by singing a bhajan ‘Radhe Govind Krishna Murari’. The students gave melodious performance. After that a drama has been enacted, displaying the story of ‘The birth of Lord Krishna’. After this spectacular drama, the Western Music students sang a beautiful song, ‘Let there be love’ by keeping a thought in mind that how Lord Krishna along with Radha spread the message of love and affection.

              The students of Instrumental Club performed a medley of Krishna bhajans. Last but not the least there was an exquisite classical dance performance, ‘The Kathak Thumri’. All these performances enthralled and captivated the hearts of the audience.

              The assembly concluded with Mrs. Nair’s valuable and enlightening words. She motivated the students to learn good values from Lord Krishna’s life. She laid emphasis on being good to each other. She also applauded the efforts of the teachers and the students.

                YOGA AND SPORTS

                Interactive assembly of yoga and sports was conducted by the students of classes I – V – on 20th August, 2019. The theme of the assembly was health is wealth. Various fitness activities were presented by the students. Many asanas were performed by the students of classes I – II. Aerobics exercises on the music were showcased by class III. Zumba dance which is also a type of physical exercise was performed on Spanish song, Despacito by classes II & III.

                These activities motivated the students to include the physical exercises in their daily routine as they strengthen our body, make us fit and sharpen our reflexes.

                All the children participated whole-heartedly in the assembly. The audience also enjoyed the programme and cheered up the participants.

                  CLASSES VII – XII

                  Inter House Hindi Drama Competition for classes VII – XII was conducted on 20th  August , 2019 on the theme ‘Friendship’ to develop the dramatic skills of the students. The participants were selected on the basis of their performance in the drama club activities.

                  The plays perfomed by different houses were as follows:

                  TILAK HOUSE: Adhunik Krishna Sudama

                  SHASTRI HOUSE: Mitrata – Ek Atoot Bandhan

                  BOSE HOUSE: Yeh Yaariyan

                  TAGORE HOUSE: Anmol Mitrata

                  Tagore House stood first for their marvellous performance followed by  Tilak House, Bose House, and Shastri House respectively.

                   Satyam  (Tagore House) of class 10-C and Divyansh  (Tagore House) of class of 12-D, were adjudged the best actors (male)  and  Avishi ( Tagore House) of Class 7B selected as Best  actor  female category respectively by the judges Mrs. Namita Garg from Arwachin School, Balbir Nagar, Delhi and Mrs. Sushma Gaur  from Arwachin School, Vivek Vihar , Delhi.

                  Last but not the least, the judges as well as the Principal Mrs. Nair appreciated the students for their hard work and dedication which was a great source of encouragement for them.

                    Informative Session on Studying in Japan

                    The students of Classes 11 and 12 of Japanese language of our school along with their teacher, Mrs. Vandana  Jain  attended an informative session about studying in Japan.The session was organized on 19thAugust 2019  by  Ritsumeikan India Officials at the Japan Foundation, Delhi.

                    Ritsumeikan University is one of Japan’s most renowned universities. Over 2000 international students are currently studying in its various campuses. The university offers the following English Medium Undergraduate Degree Programs:

                    • ·        International Relations
                    • ·        Policy Science
                    • ·        Information Science and Engineering
                    • ·        Joint Degree Program by American University- Ritsumeikan University
                    • ·        Dual Degree Program with the Australian National University

                    The session introduced the opportunities to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Japan, further providing information on courses, students’ life / cost, scholarships and application procedures.

                    Our students also got the chance to meet with their fellow mates of Arwachin pursuing the same degree course in Japan and got highly motivated seeing their seniors doing well.

                      Book Fair Report 2019

                      book fair, organized by ‘Scholastic India,  was held from 12th August to 17th August  2019 in the school premises to celebrate book week. It saw an overwhelming response from students and parents. The entire student community throughout the week spent time in browsing a wide range of books from all disciplines of education. However, fiction saw the greatest takers. A lucky draw was organized by the scholastic group for book lovers. Pranjal Jakhar of class of 3B was the winner of the lucky draw. This week was really refreshing,  encouraging  and enjoyed by all of us.  

                        Best Out Of Waste
                        Exhibition on Saturday 17th August 2019
                        Timing 8:30 a.m – 1:00 p.m 

                        In order to make children aware of uses of waste material, and to give them a lesson on reducing waste to save our future, a ‘Best out of Waste’ Exhibition was organised for

                        students of class 1 – 5 on 17th August 2019 Saturday. Mind-blowing & fantabulous ideas were executed by the students. Right from waste ropes to broken bangles, plastic bangles, foil papers, waste thermocol plates, ice cream spoons, CD, newspaper etc. Visitors were amazed to see the models and creative exhibits made by children. It was a day full of learning.

                          ARWACHINIANS CELEBRATED
                          SANSKRIT WEEK
                          16th AUGUST 2019

                          To inculcate the love for Sanskrit, the mother of all Indian languages and to make our students familiar of the beauty of Sanskrit, Sanskrit week was celebrated with much fanfare at Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden, in the month of August, 2019. The entire school was decorated with posters highlighting Shlokas and Suktis based on moral values, written on them. The activities of the week included

                          Ø  Shloka Writing Competition

                          Ø   Shloka Recitation Competition

                          Ø  Describe yourself in Sanskrit through Fancy Dress

                          On the final day a beautiful programme was organized by the students to conclude the week. The programme began with the Recitation of Vishnu Stuti which was followed by a speech on The topic “why we celebrate Sanskrit Week” followed by Dance Performance on  Devi Stuti  then  Sanskrit Song Presentation as well as Sanskrit Skit on TV News in Sanskrit .

                          The Chief Guest for the programme  was Mr Sapan Sahni from Rachna Sagar, Mr. Shikhar Aggrawal and Mr. Manoj Tiwari from Ashok Singhal Foundation.

                          The programme concluded with the prize distribution followed by a few words of wisdom by the dignitaries present on the occasion which encouraged and motivated the students and the faculty alike.


                            The tiny-tots of Arwachin International school celebrated Independence Day  and Rakshabandhan  on 14th of August, 2019. The children tied the raakhi and  celebrated the festival of rakhi by tieing rakhi and exchanging  gift and chocolate..The Hon. Principal Mrs. Nair graced the occasion with her presence.  The program began with a dance performance by  the tiny tots of LKG . It was followed by an Eid song “Eid aayi’’.

                            Next performance was an action song on Rakshabandhan “ Aaya raakhi ka tyohaar” by our little darlings  . The LKG children sang patriotic song “Is jahan ke liye….”in order to compliment this patriotic spirit, the children of UKG presented a patriotic  song “I salute my flag”.Then came a hindi patriotic song. Last but definitely not the least, was a mesmerizing  dance performance  by UKG students  which filled the audience with feeling of patriotism. . Mrs.Nair congratulated the teachers and the children for their efforts and flawless performance. The day was called with the singing of the National Anthem.

                              Patriotic fervor in AIS

                              AIS auditorium boomed with patriotic songs and cries on 14th August on the advent of Independence Day as a special assembly was organized for the same. The assembly was graced by the presence of Wing Commander, B. Jai Ganesh and the Principal, Mrs. Swapna Nair. The students put up an excellent show comprising of songs, dances and a mime showcasing their talents and portraying the journey of our country’s independence. Unity is Diversity, which is one of the main features of our country bloomed out in its full essence throughout the whole assembly. A heart touching tribute was paid to the brave martyrs and the soldiers of the Indian Armed Forces for their sacrifices made towards the country.

                              Wing Commander, B. Jai Ganesh in his address to the students implored each and every student to be conscious of the decisions they make and asked them to be careful not to infringe other’s rights in the name of freedom. He further appealed to the students to think about their country as they are the future of the nation and asked them to make India a country worth fighting for. The assembly came to an end with the motivating words of Mrs. Nair who reiterated the idea that we as citizens must be conscious of our duties and make our nation proud by being true to it and make it a country worth fighting for.

                                Story telling (13 August 2019)


                                Story telling refreshes kids from stress of studies and various competitions. It helps in improving mental alertness and social skills of kids.

                                On 13th August 2019, Arwachin International school partnered with Scholastic to conduct a story telling session  for the students from classes UKG to 3 in the auditorium .

                                To conduct the session,the school invited  Rekha Vyas, the story teller, who can create magic through her stories. She is the proprietor of PETUP. This company is dedicated to child development through creative learning and pure play. The story telling was conducted in two sessions. The first session was for classes 2 and 3 and the second session was for classes UKG and 1. The story was based on Friendship, of a banyan tree and a little bird .It was a very interactive session with the students. They even guessed the moral of the story.

                                It was a very wonderful session. It was a golden opportunity for the students to learn the true meaning of friendship through stories.


                                  Menstrual Health and Hygiene

                                  On 9th August 2019, Friday our school partnered up with UniCharm India to conduct a workshop on ‘Menstrual Health and Hygiene’ for our female students from classes 6 to 9 in the Auditorium from 8 to 9 am.

                                  To conduct the workshop we had with us Ms. Anuradha Gummaluri and Ms. Ankita Sukhwal, who have vast experience of going to different schools and spread awareness among girls’ regarding menstruation and hygiene related to periods. Arwachin International School strongly believes that spreading awareness among our student population will lead them to be more confident in life and will hugely impact the way they construct a self image for themselves.

                                  The one & half hour session was very helpful for students, who enthusiastically participated and cleared doubts they had around the said topic. It was a very wonderful an informative workshop and a golden opportunity for our students especially for this age group.

                                    English Essay Writing Competition

                                    English Essay Writing Competition was held at Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden on 8th May’ 2019. The students of classes 3 to 5 participated in the event with great enthusiasm and showcased their imaginative, descriptive as well as creative skills with devotion. Different topics were chosen according to the level of students.




                                    I am special because……


                                    Importance of Festivals in our life


                                    What if aliens invade the Earth?


                                    Through writing, children got a chance to explore and express their feelings. It gave them an opportunity to voice their opinions and boost their self-confidence. They planned, organized and used language creatively to present the topic chosen by them.







                                    Akshaj Sakhlani             III-A



                                    Aditi Goyal                     III-B



                                    Ekaksha Mina                III-A






                                    Ansh Bansal                   IV-B



                                    Aadya Kaushik               IV-A



                                    Achintya Tyagi               IV-C






                                    Pradyuman                     V-A



                                    Akshara Sharma             V-A



                                    Pranav Bhargava            V-B


                                      TALENT SHOW

                                      A Talent Show was organized for class 2 on 8th August, 2019 at school level to encourage the children to come forward and show their talents. All the students participated in the talent show.

                                      The main reason behind organizing this talent show is to nurture the intrinsic qualities of the students and to remove the fear of stage among the students, which helps in their personality development too.

                                      Students exhibited their talent in various activities. They sang English, Hindi and Bengali songs, some danced, some acted, some showed magic show and some of the children played musical instruments.

                                      It was a great treat to watch the young performers display their talent.

                                        FANCY DRESS COMPETITION
                                        2019- 20

                                        The L.K.G children of Arwachin International School participated in a FANCY DRESS COMPETITION on 8th August 2019. The children participated with great enthusiasm and fervour. The honourable judges were Mrs. Malik, Mrs. Sachdeva and Mrs. Mehrotra. The children came dressed up according to the given themes i.e; LKG ASTER- Daily Utility, LKG BLUEBELL-States, and LKG CARNATION -Helpers. They introduced themselves and also spoke a few sentences about what they represented. Watching the tiny –tots dressed up smartly was such a treat.

                                        The judges applauded the participants and congratulated all the children for their effort.

                                        The results were as follows:

                                        LKG ASTER                  

                                         Yahvi                                                                  I                               

                                         Vivaan Birla,Stuti Sharma,Praruj Mahajan       II

                                          Manvik Rastogi                                                 III


                                        LKG BLUEBELL

                                         Nabaha                                                                  I                          

                                        Kavya Saxena                                                           II

                                        Arnav  Pathak                                                           III

                                        LKG CARNATION

                                        Eishen Harsh Vardhan                                     I                               

                                        Jasmeher Kaur                                                           II

                                        Hridayansh Jain                                              III     

                                          Score 95%+ in CBSE Board Exams

                                          On 8th August 2019, Thursday our school partnered up with Career Leaders to conduct a workshop on ‘How to score 95%+ in CBSE Board Exams’ for our students from class 12 in the Auditorium from 8 to 9 am.

                                          To conduct the workshop we had with us Mr. Vimal Gupta, an Educationist with vast experience of 12 years in Counseling and training K-12 segment students. Mr. Gupta is a well qualified professional from education industry with 12+ years experience in counselling and personality development. His domain of specialization is to give proper career guidance to every single kid interacting with him, so that they get results according to their “Aptitude, Personality and Interest.

                                          The one hour session was very helpful for students to plan and schedule the exams related strategies. Mr. Gupta told our students the trick behind preparing right schedule and how to start preparing for exams. He informed the students about what one should do before exams and during exams. He stressed on the importance of flash cards and exam writing skills.

                                          It was a very wonderful an informative workshop and a golden opportunity for our students especially since they will be appearing for their board exams in a few months time.

                                            Disaster Management Workshop

                                            On 7th August 2019, Wednesday, Arwachin International School partnered with KELVIN institute to conduct a ‘Disaster Management workshop’ for the students from classes 8 to 12.

                                            KELVIN institute is one of the prominent organizations in Delhi/NCR imparting quality training workshops targeted at improving our children’s life skills.

                                            It was a wonderful and engaging workshop that focused on providing the students with valuable information on the ‘Do’s and Don’ts’ that one needs to know when caught up in an unavoidable disaster situation.

                                            We as a school believe in delivering specialized skills to our students keeping in mind the present day scenario of our society. The workshop was a noble attempt to fulfill our responsibility of keeping the students safe, healthy and prepared to face any situations they may come across. 

                                            It was a golden opportunity for the students and the staff as well. 

                                              Career in Law

                                              On 5th August 2019, Monday our school partnered up with Career Leaders to conduct a ‘Career in Law workshop’ for our students from classes 11 & 12 in the third floor auditorium from 8 to 9 am.

                                              To conduct the workshop we had with us Advocate Karuna Sama (Criminal Law Expert) who is currently practicing in Delhi High Court as a lawyer. Mrs. Sama has enlightened the hopes of many students by providing Legal sessions in various schools/colleges/institutions in Delhi NCR. So far she has counseled many law aspirants pan India. Her students are placed in various top legal firms, LPOs and practicing in different courts in India. Her passion is to interact and aware young generation about various opportunities in the field of Law.

                                              In the one hour session in our school she spoke to our students about the scope of law in India and abroad. She also shed light on the changes in Legal industry and its opportunities. To aid our children in their journey after class 12, Mrs. Sama provided information on the best colleges in India and its selection processes. Our children were also given tips on how to prepare for top colleges and informed about the shift in trend from “Court rooms to Corporate Offices”.

                                              It was a very wonderful an informative workshop and a golden opportunity for our students especially those interested in the field of law.

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                                                  Katran Competition

                                                  A best out of waste competition, Katran was organized on 2nd August in Arwachin International School by an organization named Pehel.It encouraged the students to create in a unique way much different from general stereotypical things. Classes 6 to 11 participated in the competition. Mr. Pradosh, a representative of  Pehel, encouraged and guided the students to make the artefacts  out of  simple waste material like newspaper and bottles. The students came up with very beautiful and amazing ideas and developed many beautiful artefacts. Children were given examples of different techniques of recycling in countries like:-China, Srilanka, Bhutan and India. Towards the end , the Principal, Mrs. Nair, graced the occasion and felicitated the winners and encouraged the students to participate in more such competitions and take a pledge to save Mother Earth. 

                                                    HOME SCIENCE CLUB INVITED CHEF PARENT

                                                    As a new initiative to involve parents to be a part of school activities, the Home Science Club of Arwachin International School invited a parent Chef Mr. Siraj-Ul-Haq, as a guest to share his passion and skills of cooking with the students.

                                                     He taught some aromatic recipes of fireless sandwich making, chat-papad rolls and biscuit sandwich with different ingredients to the students. The children enthusiastically prepared the recipes and shared with their friends. They also learned table etiquettes, ways of rolling napkins for decoration as a part of the activity. It enhanced their culinary skills with the motivation to cook healthy and hygienic food and spread smiles by sharing.

                                                      Interactive Assembly Classes 1-4

                                                      The Indian Music Interactive Assembly for classes 1-4 was held on 01-08-2019.The assembly started with a prayer.The anchors Delisha and Aanya Khurmi of 4A co-ordinated the assembly very well. Hansika of class 4C sang Ganpati Vandana very melodiously.A Bengali song “Phoole Phoole” was presented by Samahita of 2A. Soham of 2B sang a beautiful song “O ranjha”. Tanvi of 4A sang a song very beautifully “O Palan hare”. The students sang many group songs like “wah shakti hamein do dayanidhe”, “Aao tumhe chand pe le jayein”, “Hey share maa”and Alankars. The assembly was concluded by singing the National Anthem.

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