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ZONAL LEVEL COMPETITION (ENGLISH) 2022

Like every year, this year also many students of Arwachin International School participated in the most prestigious English Zonal Level Competitions organized by the Directorate of Education. Some students have come up with flying colours and do require a mention. Here below is the list of such students along with the name of the competition and the category, which they participated in:-

S.No.

Name of the Competition

Category

Name of Student

Class

Position

1.

English Extempore

Junior Boy

Pranav Bhargav

8-B

Second

2.

English Extempore

Senior Boy

Keshav Kadyan

9-A

Third

3.

English Essay Writing

Junior Girl

Anushka Rawat

8-A

First

4.

English Essay Writing

Senior Boy

Priyanshu

12-B

Second

5.

English Declamation

Senior Boy

Arpit Singh

10-A

Second

6.

English Declamation

Senior Girl

Paawani Parashar

10-B

Second

7.

English Debate

Senior Boy

Luv Arora

11-C

Second

8.

English Debate

Senior Boy

Arjun Sharma

11-B

Second

9.

English Debate

Senior Girl

Anushka Singh

12-B

First

10.

English Debate

Senior Girl

Arpita Tiwari

12-B

First

11.

English Poetry

Junior Boy

Anshul Sharma

7-A

First

12.

English Poetry

Junior Girl

Delisha Khati

7-A

First

13.

English Poetry

Senior Boy

Prabhat Praveen

9-A

Third

14.

English Poetry

Senior Girl

Muskan Sharma

11-A

First

It’s a proud moment for the school to announce that the above mentioned first and second position holders will be further going for the District Level Competition in the same category.

Heartiest Congratulations to all the Students!

    A VISIT TO “JAPAN FROM INDIA’S PERSPECTIVE” EXHIBITION

    A special exhibition, “Japan from India’s Perspective” was inaugurated on 21st September, 2022 at Art Gallery, Kamla Devi Complex,India International Centre, Delhi. It was organized by Embassy of Japan in India, under a series of commemorative events in India, as we are celebrating 70th anniversary of bilateral relations between Japan and India.

    The exhibition displayed some of the outstanding and extraordinary work from the past Click! Japan Photo Contest. These photographs showcased Distinctive seasons, Traditional culture, Architecture and Latest Technology seen through the perspective of Indian friends. As a special feature for the 70th Anniversary, the exhibition also included the photographs showcasing landmarks in the trajectory of the strong friendship between Japan and India for decades.

    A team of 27 Japanese language students of Classes 10, 11 & 12 along with Mrs. Vandana Jain, Japanese language teacher and Mr. Okamoto Rei, JOCV, JICA visited the exhibition. The students participated in the paintingcompetition, organized over there. They enjoyed the screening of short films displaying Japanese culture.

    The students were really inspired by photos at the exhibition and wanted to visit Japan in future.

     

                 Mrs. Vandana Jain

         (Japanese Language Department)

     

      • A VISIT TO “JAPAN FROM INDIA’S PERSPECTIVE” EXHIBITION
      • A VISIT TO “JAPAN FROM INDIA’S PERSPECTIVE” EXHIBITION
      • A VISIT TO “JAPAN FROM INDIA’S PERSPECTIVE” EXHIBITION

      CBSE TRAINING

      CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMME SENIOR SCHOOL, ENGLISH

      Mrs. Siddhartha, Mrs. Banerjee, MsVijeta Sharma and Mrs. Priya Grover attended the Capacity building program, senior school, English under the aegis of C.B.S.E. Centre of Excellence (East) on 20 and 21September, 2022 at Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden. Teachers of various reputed Delhi schools were also a part of it. The resource person was Mrs. MeenakshiGupta,Principal of S.D.Public School, Patel Nagar, Delhi.

      Mrs. Gupta started the session with ‘Breaking the ice’ activity. All the attendees introduced themselves by adding an Adjective that began with the initial letter of their name. This was followed by discussion on day to day challenges faced by the teachers. She shared the importance of all the four skills of the language. Various strategies related to the same were shared with the attendees. She also discussed teaching of prose, poetry and assessment.

      It was a highly interactive, motivating and informative session.

      Priya Grover

       

        A Visit to Fire Station

        On 20th September’22 the students of classes 1 and 2 paid a visit to the fire station at Tahirpur. The visit was integrated with their English and EVS curriculum. The purpose of the visit was to accustom the young learners with the importance of helpers and also make them aware of the safety precautions. The staff at the fire station was gracious enough to inform the students about the emergency numbers, the use of the siren and the steps that are to be followed in case of an emergency. They learnt so many new terms like-siren, emergency, ladder, fire fighter, hose and so on. The firemen also demonstrated how fire is put out and the hose can be used in so many different ways. This left the children astounded and they were spell bound.

        The visit was a great success as the students came back well informed. They thoroughly enjoyed the visit as it was their first visit with their friends and teachers. The staff of the fire station was accommodating and informative. 

        Natasha Sharma

          Educational Trip to Weaver’s Colony

          “The best thing about learning by doing is that no one can take it from you.”

          An interactive and informative educational trip to Weaver’s Colony, Ashok Vihar, Phase – IV, Delhi was organized for the students of class 3 on September 20, 2022.

          This educational trip focused on giving the students a hands on experience related to weaving and block printing. They got an opportunity to see a variety of handlooms for weaving different fabrics. After seeing the procedure of weaving, students tried their hands at block printing. They made beautiful patterns using a hand printing technique.

          Students had a great experience and this educational trip will surely help them to understand the concept of “Fibre to Fabric” which is a part of their curriculum.

          Report by

          Ms. Harshita Kawatra

            Educational Tour to Gandhi Smriti

            An educational field trip to Gandhi Smriti for students of class 4 was organized by Arwachin International School on 20 September 2022. The purpose of the visit was to propagate the life, mission and thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi.

            Students were taken around the Smriti by well-informed guides, who explained the significance of various exhibits pertaining to the years Mahatma Gandhi spent at this place. The ‘Pillar of Unity’ caught the fancy of the students, which illuminated with their touch as they stood together holding their hands. Students were moved by their visit to the Martyr’s area, where the father of the nation was assassinated on January 30, 1948. A beautifully maintained doll museum depicting the life and major events in Mahatma Gandhi’s life fascinated the students. They were also shown the documentary on the life of Mahatma Gandhi.

            The entire visit gave the students an insight to the life and the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi and brought them closer to his values.

            Report by-

            Isha Pandit

             

              REPORT ON IMS UNIVERSITY AWARD FUNCTION

              On 10th September 2022 IMS University Ghaziabad organized an event to honor the teachers. In this event ,teachers from various schools of Delhi- NCR were invited.

              Four teachers from Arwachin International Dilshad Garden namely Mrs.Manisha Sen, Mrs.Shruti Mishra ,Mrs.Vandana Jain and Mrs.Deeba Rukhsar also got an opportunity to be a part of this prestigious event.

               The Chief Guest of this honorable event was ParamVir Chakra awardee Mr.Yogendra Kumar Yadav. It was a memorable moment for all awardee to receive an award from such a prestigious dignitaory.

               

                • REPORT ON IMS UNIVERSITY AWARD FUNCTION
                • REPORT ON IMS UNIVERSITY AWARD FUNCTION
                • REPORT ON IMS UNIVERSITY AWARD FUNCTION
                • REPORT ON IMS UNIVERSITY AWARD FUNCTION
                Pre-Primary English Recitation Competition
                Pre-Primary English Recitation Competition
                Pre-Primary English Recitation Competition
                Pre-Primary English Recitation Competition
                Pre-Primary English Recitation Competition
                Pre-Primary English Recitation Competition
                Pre-Primary English Recitation Competition
                Pre-Primary English Recitation Competition

                Arwachin International School
                Pre-Primary English Recitation Competition

                An English Recitation competition was held at Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden on 09th September 2022. Our respected Principal, Mrs. Nair and Pre –Primary Co-ordinator, Ms. Natasha Sharma graced the occasion with their presence. All the students participated with great enthusiasm. They recited the rhymes with correct intonation and pronunciation. It was a proud moment for the school when all the participants recited beautifully and eloquently. The judges for the competition were- Ms.Isha Pandit, Ms.Rumela Roy and Ms. Aditi. The first round was the group round and the second round was the solo round.

                The results of the solo round were as follows:

                UKG

                NAME

                RHYME

                POSITION

                CLASS

                ASMI

                Little Things…

                First

                UKG –C

                ANVI

                Our Earth….

                Second

                UKG- A

                GAVYA

                The Sun…..

                Third

                UKG -B

                 

                LKG    

                NAME & CLASS

                RHYME

                POSITION

                NAME & CLASS

                SHIFA

                Come To School

                First

                   LKG –C

                AGRIMA

                My Big Balloon

                Second

                   LKG– A

                RIDDHI

                Body Parts

                Third

                    LKG –B

                 

                The results for the group round were as follows:

                UKG

                CLASS

                RHYME

                POSITION

                UKG-B

                Walk along side…

                First

                UKG-C

                Yummy in my tummy…

                Second

                UKG-A

                My Special family….

                Third

                 

                LKG

                CLASS

                RHYME

                POSITION

                LKG- C

                Families

                First

                LKG- B

                My Family

                Second

                LKG- A

                My Self

                Third

                 

                The competition was a great success. The teachers and the participants left no stone unturned to make the competition a huge success. Our honourable Principal, Mrs. Nair praised all the participants and the teachers for their efforts. 

                 

                  TEACHER’S DAY-A day dedicated to teachers

                  “ Teachers are the backbone of any country, the pillar upon which all the aspirations are converted into realities”                                                              

                    -Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

                  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. The day is also celebrated to pay tribute to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former President of the country and a visionary educator. Teachers provide the power of knowledge and education and create possibilities for better future. Arwachin International School celebrated this day with great enthusiasm and fanfare. The whole event was meticulously planned by the students of Class 12 under the guidance of their teachers.

                  The Honourable Director, Mr. Arun Sharma and Principal, Mrs. Swapna Nair graced the occasion with their presence. The programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp along with a shloka recital in Sanskrit by the students.It was an amazing moment when teachers were welcomed in the auditorium by the students with loud cheer and enthusiasm.The cultural programme unfolded with a dance performance invoking the blessings of Lord Ganesha followed by a plethora ofclassical and folk dances, songs, speeches and instrumentalmusic performances which added spice to the programme.

                  Mr. Arun Sharma spoke on the inherent qualities to be a successful teacher.  He, in his address stated the importance of Guru in one’s life and students must not only respect themon Teacher’s day but they must respect them always. He not only appreciated the efforts put in by the students and teachers but at the same time exhorted the teachers to gear up to face the changing demands of the learners.The Principal, Mrs. Nair in her address urged the teachers to add value to their teaching learning by being compassionate and inculcate values in their students.

                  The entire programme was applauded by everyone and will always remain a beautiful memory in the hearts of one and all present. Teacher’s Day was also made special by the school management which gave atreat to the teachers by showing a thought provoking movie, Kartikeya 2 in a theatre after a short teacher’s appreciation programme. This programme was addressed by two motivational speakers, Mr. Gulshan Jagga and Mr. Uttam who shared heart touching stories based on student-teacher relationship which were truly inspiring. The Director and Principal appreciated the efforts of the teachers by presenting them a book ‘DIVA SWAPNA’ based on child centred education with an appreciation note written on it and made their day.

                   

                   

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