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Report on International Olympiad Foundation (IOF)

Learning gives creativity, creativity leads to thinking, thinking provides knowledge and knowledge makes you great.

It is a great honour to announce that the students of Arwachin International School participated in Winter Olympiad, 2020 organised by International Olympiad Foundation. Our students brought laurels to the school by winning trophy and securing meritorious positions. More than 60 students participated in different subjects.

Harshita Mohta of class 1 outshone her competitors by securing International Rank 1, bagging Gold Medal and winning a Trophy in IEFO (International English Foundation Olympiad). Congratulations to Harshita Mohta for this marvelous feat. We are proud of you.

The detailed result of achievers is given below:

Name

International Rank

Subject

Harshita Mohta

1

English

Aashira Kandre

84

Cyber

Sambhav Anand

8

Hindi

Anshul Sharma

25

English

Anshul Sharma

88

Science

Tavishi Kandre

25

Cyber

Tavishi Kandre

28

G.k & Current affairs

Prachi Garg

23

Hindi

Prachi Garg

77

English

Kush Gupta

34

Cyber

 

Heartiest Congratulations to all the winners for this glorious achievement.

    CLICK! JAPAN PHOTO CONTEST 2020

    The Click! Japan Photo Contest was organized by the Embassy of Japan and the Japan Foundation, New Delhi, supported by JNTO and Canon India.

    Deepal Yadav of Class 12B had participated in the contest and bagged the 9th rank out of 400 entries. She will be felicitated in an Online prize ceremony hosted by the Ambassador of Japan, Mr. Satoshi Suzuki.

    In spite of the Covid-19 pandemic, about 400 beautiful photographs were submitted by Indian students who visited Japan between January 2019 and December 2020, showcasing their most amazing and memorable moments in Japan.

    The photographs depict myriad facets of Japan ranging from beautiful scenery, traditional culture to the latest technology seen through the photographers’ perspectives.

    Following is the link to Click! Japan Photo Contest Online Exhibition 2020 hosted on a special page of the Embassy of Japan website:

    https://www.in.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/11_000001_00079.html

     A video showcasing the top 50 works is available on:

    http://youtu.be/SjOgqIggW8E

     

    Heartiest congratulations!

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      Inter-school Competition at Universal public School

      On 20th January’21, Universal Public School, Preet Vihar, organized an Inter-school competition. There were various categories where the students could showcase their talent. Many the schools from all over Delhi participated in the same. Arwachinians participated in the following events-  Kalakriti, Doha Vachan, Poetic Resonance, Fable Funda (Story Telling), Artistr (Poster Making), Legend Rebooted (Role Play), India on my platter (Flameless Cooking), Rap the Feet (Folk Dance), Mile Sur Mera Tumahara (Solo Singing) and Voice your Opinion (Declamation).

      It gives us immense pleasure to announce that our participants – Shreshtha from class 8D bagged 3rd position in Voice your Opinion (Declamation) and  Anushka Garg from class 5B bagged 3rd postion in India on my platter (Flameless Cooking) and made us proud. Many congratulations to all the participants and the winners.

        International Dimension in Schools (IDS)

        The British Council IDS is a benchmarking scheme that accredits schools for nurturing global citizenship in young learners and widening the horizons of learning. It fosters collaborations, research and creativity. Under the robust leadership of the school principal, Mrs. Swapna Nair, IDS was initiated. Seven projects namely Dancing Toes, Festivals, Reduce Reuse and Recycle, Camaraderie, Pride of Nation – National Animals, Impact of Industrialization on our Environment and Zero Hunger were taken up by different classes after intensive brainstorming involving all the departments and grades. Since integration has been our strength since the very inception. The same philosophy came into play where all the stakeholders worked in collaboration to achieve the shared vision. We collaborated with our international partner schools in Nepal, Kenya and japan. The volume of work and student teacher involvement was commendable. The evidence based 250 page dossier was submitted for accreditation. Arwachin International School has been awarded with the British Council IDS award for the period 2020-23. We are proud of our achievement.

        1) Dancing Toes – The students of classes 6 to 8 gained knowledge about the dance forms of countries like Japan, France, Kenya and India. They researched about them on internet. They were even shown videos related to them in the class. Based on their learning, students prepared display boards. They attempted creatively designed worksheets. This was followed by an inter house dance competition in which the students of each house danced to the tunes of Can Can, Bouree, Fan and Umbrella dance. Morning assembly was also prepared showcasing the, dance and music of the partner school. Arwachinians studying Japanese has an interaction with their Japanese counterparts. They witnessed the Japanese dance forms and provided the feedback to us. This activity enabled our students to be well versed with the international dance forms as well as explore their own roots.

        2) Festivals – The students of primary classes acquired knowledge about the different festivals celebrated in countries like America, China, Spain, India and Nepal. They were shown related videos. Activities like Fancy dress competition and inter house debate competition were organized. Students explored their IT skill. They used Tux paint and blended their creativity to showcase their representation of the festivals like Halloween, Chinese New Year and La Tomatina. They could draw the similarity between La Tomatina and Holi. Creative worksheets were provided to document their understanding. Our partner school celebrated Holi in its campus and our students presented morning assembly based on a Nepalese religious festival. Students were taught a Nepalese devotional song. Its video was shared with the partner school which was much appreciated. This way our children got to know the culture of other countries and developed mutual respect for each other. 

        3) Reduce Reuse and Recycle – Arwachinians gained knowledge of the various ways to save the planet. They felt the urgency to put everything else to rest and place the Earth first in order to save the living beings. They researched various best practices of waste management adopted in countries like Australia, China, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Fancy dress competition, Visit, best out of waste exhibition were organised to give an insight to the students as to how even waste can be turned in to useful things. Street play and morning assembly were conducted to spread the awareness to the other members of the society. Activities like composting and recycling of paper were scheduled to give real life experience to the young learners. The students realized that every small step counts and it is never too late to think about the environment.

        4 ) Camaraderie – The main aim of this activity was to highlight the friendship has no barriers of boundaries. The students researched about the bonding between the cricket players of countries like UK, Australia, West Indies, India and South Africa. They prepared the PPTs and shared their research with others. They utilised their library periods to read the folk tales of these countries and could know their culture. They wrote and received letters and prepared friendship cards for their pen pals of their partner school. They were overwhelmed when a Skype session was organized and they came face to face with their pen pals. Many Nepalese students shared that they were a big fan of Hindi cinema and sang a couple of popular Bollywood numbers. They were taught the synonyms of the word ‘friend’ in Hindi and Sanskrit. Students were trained for Rugby right from the beginning of the session and an Inter house Rugby match was held. Inter house play competition was also organised to highlight the importance of friendship. Students understood the importance of friends in their life.

        5) Pride of Nation – National Animals - The students of pre primary gained knowledge about the national animals of Greece, Thailand, Sri Lanka, China, Australia and India. The tiny tots were shown videos related to the national animals of these countries which infused excitement in them. Mask making activity was conducted to adorn the display boards. Interesting worksheets were created to ingrain the concept. Storytelling and elocution competition not only enhanced their language and expression but also consolidated their knowledge. They participated with zeal and their enthusiasm was contagious. Our little ones even tried their hand in Tux paint to create the animals on the screen. All these activities enhanced their learning about the National animals of various countries.

        6) Impact of Industrialization on our Environment – The aim of this activity was to help the students understand the impact of industrialization on the environment. A thorough research was conducted followed by the comparative analysis of the impact on the water bodies and air and also the steps taken by Japan, France, UK, US and India to improve the situation. Slogan writing was conducted in the class. These slogans were used in the street play and rally to spread awareness to the community. MUN helped the students to develop leadership skill, research skill, public speaking and problem-solving skill. Students enacted plays and morning assembly to send the message loud and clear that it is an alarming situation and it is high time we need to take charge to improve the quality of our life.

        7) Zero Hunger – The aim of this activity was to sensitize the students about the needs of underprivileged of the society. Students researched about the condition prevailing in developed, under developed and developing countries to make a comparative study. PPTs were made in order to register their findings. Students of the whole school participated and contributed wholeheartedly in the food distribution activity. Research on the qualitative and quantitative value of the food was also conducted. Students undertook tests to check food adulteration. They documented their observation. Morning assembly and street play were organized to make the students aware of the need to stand together to face the challenge.

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        French Interschool Competition

        Kanan : The French Cultural Society

        Kanan: The French Cultural Society, India organised the event “Le Carnaval” to celebrate the festival of Mardi Gras on 13th and 14th February. There were 5 different competitions in this event to highlight the importance of the festival of Mardi Gras. Armaan Pathak (6A), participated in “Powerpoint Presentation Competition” in which he scored the first position. The competition was about making a presentation on the festival of Mardi Gras and explaining it to the judges in French language. Armaan Pathak made a beautiful and informative presentation and explained why and how this festival is celebrated, how people dress themselves up to match the occasion and the popular dishes relished by them. He explained everything very fluently and confidently in French. His performance was extraordinary.

          Japanese Language Short Film Contest in South Asia 2020-2021

          A Short Film Making Contest was organized for schools in South Asia by the Japan Foundation, New Delhi in the month of January, 2021. The theme of the film was “How to spend time at home”. Amongst the many participants worldwide, Keyur Sharma and Ishika Ahuja of class 11 from Arwachin International School also took part in the contest and made a video on the topic.

          The “Most Liked Award” will be decided on February 15th, 2021. Share it with your family and friends and “Like” to show your support and love to our participants.

          https://youtu.be/JSLqpKu6jKE

          We look forward to your response.

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            Adidas Run With Defense Services

            On February, 7, 2021, a hi-energy run session was organized by Adidas in respect of the Defence Services titled –‘Adidas Run’. Mr Dinesh Papanay, PET, Arwachin International School was a part of this energy-driven event. The other eminent participants were Ms. Reeti Shahai, Major Sunil Handa and Colonel Yadav. The event consisted of run of 5km along with powerful workout sessions.

              Art Integration Conclave

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              On February, 6, 2021, the teachers of Arwachin International School, Mrs. Rumela Roy and Mrs. Isha Pandit, attended Virtual Art Integration Conclave organized by Macmillan Education India, in collaboration with Rhapsody Music. The spoke persons of the session were Anil Srinivasan, Founder-Rhapsody, Dr Anantha Nageswaran Advisor, Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council,  Dr Bhaskar Ramamurthi Director, IIT Madras and Dr Vinay S Mehrotra Head,NCERT

              Along with the discussions, a story telling session was conducted by Mrs. Aparna Athreya, President of Bangalore Story-Telling Society.

               The significant points shared in the session were:

              1. The art integration compass of the National Education Policy - 2020
              2. Excitement needs to be built in the teaching learning process.
              3. Art helps to develop multi-faceted personality of a child.
              4. Academic and co-curriculum activities need to be taught in collaboration with each other.
              5. There should be vocalisation of education instead of vocation in education.

              The session was very informative and gave a wide insight to the ideas that art helps human beings to understand the things in broader sense and it always helps its practitioner.

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                   VASANTOTSAV 2021 

                  Ahlcon International School, Mayur Vihar organised an online Inter School Competition "Vasantotsav 2021" on 1st February.
                  We are proud to announce that our students participated in different categories of dance and vocal singing and brought several laurels.
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                  Creative Contemporary Dance Competition - In this category, Sanjana Srivastav of Class 9C bagged the First position. Sanjana performed beautifully on a song based on the theme "Women Empowerment" 

                  * Jhankaar (Group Folk Fusion Dance Competition) - In this category, Delisha Khati and Manvi Chauhan of Class 5A along with Hansika Rohatgi and Anannya Aswal of Class 5C secured the Third position. Delisha and Manvi performed a Bengali Folk Dance whereas Hansika and Anannya perfomed a Rajasthani Folk Dance. All the girls performed amazingly with great enthusiasm. 

                  * Geet Gunjan ( Solo Song Competition) - In this category, Tanvi Manglani of Class 5A sang a beautiful song and secured the Third position

                  It was a wonderful experience for all the participants.

                   

                  1. https://youtu.be/7rYP9gUBWM8

                  2. https://youtu.be/FZO_5DeeZ2s

                  3. https://youtu.be/enGeWuWrqmg

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