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Workshop on Etiquettes

Workshop on Etiquettes

Workshop on Etiquettes

Workshop on Etiquettes
20th July 2017: Workshop on Etiquettes
“Etiquette is the science of living. It embraces everything. It is ethics. It is honour.”
‘Manners make a man' is true in its essence. Manners incorporate acceptable social behaviour that makes a human different from a brute. In a society, one must function according to certain acceptable norms as a person is known by his or her politeness, etiquettes and mannerisms. A man or a woman is esteemed and distinguished on account of his or her good manners. Etiquette is merely a set of guidelines for inculcating virtues such as courtesy and modesty, and the exemplary behaviour that will set us apart from others.

hildren with fine etiquettes always make their parents proud. Learning social skills in school makes the child confident to behave in a plethora of gatherings by leaving a lasting first impression. With this objective, ShreeRam World School organised a fun, interactive and effective workshop by the teachers for the students of Classes III-VIII, on making them learn the importance of etiquettes, social skills and table manners to empower them to become confident, considerate and respectful of themselves and others. They were taught how to use various types of cutlery, napkins and serving manners. Informative videos of learning the aforementioned skills were watched by children enthusiastically. They fruitfully gathered requisite knowledge to play the role of a gentleman or woman in our society.


 
 
COSTUME PARADE AT SHREE RAM WORLD SCHOOL

COSTUME PARADE AT SHREE RAM WORLD SCHOOL

COSTUME PARADE AT SHREE RAM WORLD SCHOOL

COSTUME PARADE AT SHREE RAM WORLD SCHOOL
20th July 2017: COSTUME PARADE AT SHREE RAM WORLD SCHOOL
A ‘Costume Parade’ was conducted for the students of classes I and II to develop a sensitive understanding of contemporary important issues whilst sharpening their language skills and confidence. The theme for Class I was ‘LET’S GO GREEN’ and for Class II it was ‘MY FAVOURITE YOUTH ICON’. The competition started with great zeal and enthusiasm. The little ones came dressed in different costumes and enlightened everyone on the respective themes given to them.

Class I students sensitized everyone about the importance of keeping our environment clean and green. They also emphasized on the significance of ‘green’ being the color of nature and health. Children even made use of interesting props like Solar Panels, Windmill, Trees etc to add pomp and splendour to the occasion. Some of the topics taken up by the students were Save Earth, Clean Environment, Re-cycle Products, Save Trees and Save Animals.

Class II students represented their favourite youth icons very confidently and graciously. These youth icons motivate the students to realize their power, role, duties, responsibilities and stand up for their rights. The little ones came dressed up as various influential youth icons such as Virat Kohli, Narendra Modi, Saina Nehwal, Sania Mirza & Indra Nooyi.

The happiness of the children was amply evident with the energetic applause and appreciation. The small wonders enthralled everyone with their outstanding performances. The Head of the School, Mrs Sudha Sadangi, congratulated the students on their wonderful performances and encouraged them to showcase their innate talents.

The best performers of Class I:

NAME CLASS POSITION
SAMAIRA BATRA DAISY I
ANJALIKA CHANGMAI
ARRNAV PANDEY
DAISY II
ASEEMTA KOHLI
ANIKA DHOOT
DAISY III
ROZLEEN KAUR
NAIMAH DUREJA
DAISY Consolation
RISHIKA TYAGI
NAVYA SHARMA
DAFFODIL I
MISHKA MANOCHA
AYAN SINGH
DAFFODIL II
KAASHVI GARG
AYAN SHARMA
DAFFODIL III
HARSHUL SHARMA DAFFODIL Consolation
AADITA JAIN DAHLIA I
ARNAV GUPTA DAHLIA II
MADHVI
RHYTHAM ATRI
DAHLIA III
VIAAN DAHLIA Consolation
SAMRIDDHI CHAURASIA
MAANIT
LILY
LILY
I
II
TANAK SETHI LILY III
MOKSH ARORA LILY Consolation
OJAS BRAR
ARSH JAISWAL
   

The best performers of Class II:

NAME CLASS POSITION
KRITHIK DABBAS MERCURY I
KIAN BARMAN ROY
VEDANT CHAKRAVARTY
MERCURY II
SAANJH GUPTA MERCURY III
PRANAV SHARMA
SAMAYRA SHARMA
LAVITH ANAND
MERCURY Consolation
ABHIMANYU SINGH RAWAT
AEVISH DHALL
VENUS I
PRIYANSHI SAHANI
AAKASH SHARMA
VENUS II
GINA KHARE
ROHAN NARANG
VENUS III
DILPREET KAUR VENUS Consolation
DIBJOT KAUR MARS I
ZUNERA MARS II
SIDHANT TIWARI MARS III
ADITYA MARYA
BHAVYA PILLAI
MARS Consolation
SRAGVI BHATNAGAR
KANAV SARMA
JUPITER I
JAUSHNA PREMI JUPITER II
ARNAV UPADHYAY JUPITER III
JAIDEEP SINGH JUPITER Consolation

 
 
Special Assembly on Seven Sisters

Special Assembly on Seven Sisters

Special Assembly on Seven Sisters
19th July 2017: Special Assembly on Seven Sisters
“A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.”
– Mahatma Gandhi
The seven sisters are the contiguous states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura in North-eastern India.

A special assembly was organized on 19th July at ShreeRam World School by the students of Class IV. The assembly commenced auspiciously with a prayer followed by an inspiring thought for the day. The assembly proceeded with an amazing rap performance on the seven sisters of India, followed by the brief overview about the seven states which enlightened the students about the various ethnic, social, cultural and economic context of these states. The students then showcased a glimpse of the famous dance form of Assam – ‘Bihu’.

Through the assembly, the students were enlightened about the beautiful part of India with its rich biodiversity, culture, scenic beauty and wildlife. The assembly was very informative and it proved to enrich the young minds.



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Special Assembly on Guardians of our Frontiers

Special Assembly on Guardians of our Frontiers

Special Assembly on Guardians of our Frontiers

Special Assembly on Guardians of our Frontiers
12th July 2017: Special Assembly on Guardians of our Frontiers
"Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country"
The frontiers of our country, which are our borders, are guarded by our country's brave armed forces.The Indian armed forces consist of three professional services: The Indian Army, Indian Navy and Indian Air Force. The Indian armed forces are supported by the Indian Coast Guard and paramilitary organisations. The President of India is the supreme commander of the Indian armed forces.

As a step towards inspiring and cultivating a sense of gratitude in children towards our armed forces, a special assembly with the theme 'Guardians of our Frontiers' was conducted by the students of Class V on 12th July 2017. The assembly started with the children highlighting the significance of the different wings of the armed forces, how they guard the different borders of our country, their motto and symbols. The students then presented a medley of patriotic songs followed by the recitation of a hindi poem by a soldier who wished to sacrifice everything for his country. The students also presented a dance performance showcasing the turbulent lives of our soldiers.

The Head of School, Mrs Sudha Sadangi, motivated and enriched the young minds by emphasizing the reason we sleep in peace today is because of the sleepless nights of our guardians at the borders.We might not be able to go to the border and fight with them, but we musthonour their sacrifice by making a commitment to serve our nation and each other. The students were mesmerised by the performances and watched with rapt attention.



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Plant a Sapling Activity

Plant a Sapling Activity

Plant a Sapling Activity
07th July 2017: Plant a Sapling Activity
“He who plants a tree, plants a hope.”
Planting one tree means planting a whole living system.The garden is a veritable wonderland for young children, with so many natural processes to watch, observe and delight in. As children are naturally curious about how things grow and evolve, it's never too early to get them digging and planting. Students of classes Preschool, Preprimary, I and II planted a variety of saplings from 5th July to 7th July 2017. The aim of the plantation drive was to sensitise them on the need to befriend nature and understand the importance of trees around us. Awareness about environment encourages students to nurture plants in school as well as their home. The little ones were full of zeal when they realised that the saplings planted by them will one day grow into vibrant, beautiful trees and will benefit everyone for years to come.
 
 
Mother's Day

Mother's Day

Mother's Day
12th May 2017: Mother's Day
“Mother's love is the fuel that enables a normal human being to do the impossible.”
- Marion C Garretty
Mother is a living epitome of selflessness, uninhibited care and protection. Her day begins and ends with the smile that she puts on the face of her child. Her devotion towards her children, her love and care can barely be put into words and phrases. Mother is the sweetest gift from God to us. No relation is as strong as the one shared between a mother and a child.On Mother's Day, we celebrate the most important women in our lives: the women who bring us into this world, raise us, and care for us in sickness and health.

ShreeRam World School celebrated Mother’s Day as an expression of gratitude towards mothers. A special assembly was conducted by the students of class VII. The assembly commenced auspiciously with a prayer followed by an inspiring thought for the day. The assembly proceeded with the rendition of heartfelt song on the magnanimous women in our lives i.e. our mothers. The sublime relationship between a mother and her child was portrayed effusively through a dance performance by the students of class VIII.The students participated with full enthusiasm as the theme of the Assembly was close to their hearts.


 
 
May 2017 - TALENT SHOW

May 2017 - TALENT SHOW
09th May 2017: May 2017 - TALENT SHOW
A Talent Hunt was organized for the students of Class PrePrimary, Class I and Class II from 25th April 2017 to 9th May 2017.The little ones exhibited their talents in diverse fields – singing, dancing and oratory skills. This activity aimed to discover the students’ hidden talent and all-round potential. This provided a platform to give guidance and support to the young talent. It was amazing to see the students perform with utmost enthusiasm, confidence and grace. There was a complete ambience of joy. The children were actively engaged in exhibiting their talent- their laughter and smiles indicating the sense of involvement.

Preprimary

The best dancers:

NAME CLASS
JAANYA CHAWLA,  DEEHAR SHARMA,  NIRVAAN BEJWAL RUBY
SHANAYA  DHALL, KASHISH KULSHRESTHA, SHAURYA KRISHNAN
SAMAIRA KHANNA, SHARANYA KHARBANDA
SAPPHIRE
GEETISHA GUPTA,VIDHEE CHOPRA EMERALD
SHANAYA CHAUHAN JADE

The best singers:

NAME CLASS
YUKTA, AAHANA THAKUR, YASHVIKA VINAY RAO SAPPHIRE
TANISHA SINGH, SHREYANSH MAGGO, RISHIKA RUDRA JADE

The best speakers:

NAME CLASS
ZYAN MALHOTRA, DEVANSH SRIVASTAVA, PARTH VASHISHTH RUBY
DEVANSH DAS, KIARA KALAWAT, MAIRA VOHRA, NYSA SONI EMERALD
RISHAAN GHASI, SHAARAV CHAUHAN, ARIHANT YADAV SAPPHIRE
SARTHAK GUPTA, LAKSHIT PANDEY, KRIVI THAPA JADE

Class I

The best dancers:

NAME CLASS
AYAN SINGH, HARSHUL, RISHIKA, JANISH DAFFODIL
HARDIK, SANCHITA, VAIDIK DAHLIA
NITYA, TRIVGUN, KHWAISH LILY

The best singers:

NAME CLASS
ANJALIKA DAISY
VANYA,ARSH, ADITYA .D LILY
AAROHI DAFFODIL

The best speakers:

NAME CLASS
SAMAIRA BATRA, ANIKA DHOOT, AYAN BISWAS DAISY
NAVYA , KAASHVI, MISHKA, PARISHA, ANMOL DAFFODIL
AADITA, ARNAV GUPTA, RHYTHAM , VIHAAN DAHLIA
SAMRIDDHI CHAURASIA, MOKSH, VIDHI, OJAS LILY

Class II

The best dancers:

NAME CLASS
SAMAYRA SHARMA, DHRITI SACHDEVA, SAANJH GUPTA, TANSHIKA SINGH MERCURY
DHAANI SHARMA, AVANI PANDEY, VIVAAN CHADHA, RUHAANI BANGA VENUS
DIBJOT KAUR, SARA TULREJA MARS
MYRA KABDUWAL, RAYANSH CHOPRA JUPITER

The best singer:

NAME CLASS
ARINI PATHAK,GINA VENUS
AYAAN PRATAP SINGH, SIDHANT TIWARI MARS

The best speakers:

NAME CLASS
GANNAN DUA, VEDANT CHAKRAVARTI, PRANAV SHARMA, VIVAAN AGARWAL, KIAN BARMAN ROY MERCURY
ABHIMANYU, AEVISH, AAKASH,AVIGHNA DAS VENUS
ADITYA MARYA MARS
TISHA RATH,KANAV SARMA, SRAGVI BHATNAGAR, JAIDEEP SINGH, SEERAT GEHLOT JUPITER

 
 
BUDDHA PURNIMA

BUDDHA PURNIMA

BUDDHA PURNIMA
09th May 2017: BUDDHA PURNIMA
“Your purpose in life is to find your purpose andgive your whole heart and soul to it”
- Buddha
Buddha is one of the greatest spiritual teachers. Edwin Arnold, a famous poet, has rightly called him the "Light of Asia". Buddha's message has travelled far and wide and captured the hearts and minds of billions of people both within and outside of India.

Buddha Purnima is a day that commemorates the birth, enlightenment and death of the Buddha. To celebrate the occasion, a special assembly was presented by students of class VIII. The assembly commenced with students singing the school prayer. This was followed by a narration of a short story by the students which enlightened everyone about the life of Buddha.The eight-fold path, called Ashtangika Marg,was introduced by some students. Later, chanting of 'Buddham Sharnam Gachami' filled the school atrium with spiritual vibes.

This assembly, like many others, carried a message that 'there is no greater peace than peace of mind'. A motivating message by Head of School, Mrs Sudha Sadangi, concluded the assembly.


 
 
ShreeRam World School shines at Confluence 2017

ShreeRam World School shines at Confluence 2017
04th May 2017: ShreeRam World School shines at Confluence 2017
ShreeRam World School, Sector 10, Dwarka bagged the trophy for the First Prize in the Inter School 'Nukkad Natak' competition on 4th May 2017. The theme of the event was ‘Be the change you want to see in the world’. The school also won the First Prize in the Inter School Dance Competition ‘Move in style’ on 5th May 2017. The theme of this event was ‘Stop Bullying’. Both the competitions were held at Confluence 2017, an inter-school festival organised by K R Mangalam World School, Vikaspuri where a large number of reputed schools from across Delhi had participated. Kudos to the young achievers!
 
 
Inter School Group Dance Competition – Dhara Utsav
25th April 2017: Inter School Group Dance Competition – Dhara Utsav
ShreeRam World School, Sector 10, Dwarka bagged the trophy for the First Prize in the Inter School Group Dance Competition at Dhara Utsav 2017 organised by N K Bagrodia Global School, Sector 17, Dwarka. The theme of the competition was ‘Earth’, marking the month of the ‘Earth Day’. Over 20 schools across Dwarka participated in the event. The vivacious dancers from ShreeRam World School performed brilliantly and brought laurels to the school.
 
 
ENGLISH RECITATION

ENGLISH RECITATION

ENGLISH RECITATION
24th April 2017: ENGLISH RECITATION
“Poetry is language at its most distilled and most powerful.”
- Rita Dove
Poem recitation is a mode of expression and a medium to reflect the latent talents of the young ones. Learning great poetry by heart develops the mind and the imagination. To reiterate this, English Recitation was held for the students of classes IIIrd to VIIIth from 17th to 24th April 2017.

The children participated earnestly in the activity. They came up with different poems and recited with enthusiasm. To emphasize the importance of saving and nurturing our Mother Earth, the topic given to the students was ‘Earth Day’. The concept offered the students a wide range of choices to pick up from and everyone recited beautiful poems with great control in voice modulation. The children chose a variety of topics for their recitation like nature, trees, natural disasters, unity in diversity etc. This reinforced the spirit of respect among the students for earth’s precious resources.

Overall, the participants showed their confidence, expression and talent and enjoyed themselves thoroughly. These kinds of activities help the children to develop confidence, improve vocabulary and also to get rid of stage fear. It was a very enriching experience for the spectators and enjoyable experience for the participants.

The best reciters:

NAME CLASS
SHIVANJALI BHARDWAJ VIII
SONAKSHI VIII
SIMAANT JENA VIII
GURMINDER KAUR VII
SNEHA JAIN VII
JIA MAINI VII
HARSHLEEN KAUR VI
ASHMITA SARKAR VI
KARANDEEP KAKKAR VI
NIYATI VI
ADYA SINGH V
ANANYA SHARMA V
MANVI DUGGAL V
TWISHA NANDWANI IV
MOULIK GOYAL IV
SAKSHI SINGH IV
ASHMIN MALHOTRA IV
NITISHA RAWOOT III A
NEHAL SAHNI III A
UNNATI III A
AANAITA KAUR III A
DIVYANSHI VERMA III A
LAVANYA MISHRA III B
ATIN MITTAL III B
DIA SINGH III B
PRAGYA CHOPRA III B
MANITH DUGGAL III B
SIDHARTH THAPLIYAL III B
RHYTHM SETHI III B


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Delhi Roller Skating Talent Hunt 2017

Delhi Roller Skating Talent Hunt 2017
22nd April 2017: Delhi Roller Skating Talent Hunt 2017
Students from ShreeRam World School participated in the Delhi Roller Skating Talent Hunt 2017 organised by Hi-Speed Sports Academy on 22nd April 2017 at Abhinav Global School, Sector 13, Dwarka. It was a good platform for the budding skaters to showcase their talent. Over 500 students across different schools from Delhi, NCR participated in the event. The students who won laurels for the school are:

Heartiest congratulations to the winners!

Mahi
Tushika Gupta
Sanna Shaji
II-Mars
II-Venus
III-A
2 Gold medals
2 Bronze medals
1 Bronze medal


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EARTH DAY CELEBRATIONS AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL

EARTH DAY CELEBRATIONS AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL

EARTH DAY CELEBRATIONS AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL

EARTH DAY CELEBRATIONS AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL
22nd April 2017: EARTH DAY CELEBRATIONS AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL
“Mother Earth is the culmination of multiple and diverse energies, which is brought together to create a rich aesthetic experience with a message of harmony and co-existence”.
Earth Day is celebrated every year on the 22nd of April. It is a day that was created to promote awareness and appreciation for the Earth's environment.

Mother Nature has created a number of beautiful things on this heavenly earth for man. There is beauty in the variety of flowers, birds, animals and plants, many of which are vividly colorful. There is beauty in mountains, valleys and hills, and in the skies. Thus, beauty can be found in all the creations of God. The Earth is indeed our mother.

As a step towards inspiring, educating and motivating children to act, a special assembly was conducted by the students of Class VI on 21st April 2017 to commemorate Earth Day. The assembly started with the children highlighting the importance of the Mother Nature and how we must respect her to cherish the life bestowed by her. They also emphasised on the importance of conserving resources for our future generations and expressed the necessity to spread awareness about the challenges faced by Mother Earth. In order to imbibe a sense of gratitude and duty towards nature, the students also recited a soulful poem to propel fellow students to feel a greater sense of urgency of protecting our planet. Keeping the same message in mind, they motivated everyone to keep the planet clean and green by conveying important messages like Save Water, Save Electricity, Plant more Trees, Follow the 4 R’s etc. The students also voiced the concern that the needs of human beings have increased and how they are mercilessly depleting the Earth’s resources. A street play was presented to senisitize the students regarding the possible disasters and how to deal with them.

Everyone sang the Earth Song which the students had learnt on a regular basis during the month. The assembly concluded with the message that we must realise the danger and start taking steps to save ourselves and our beautiful planet. We must keep it green, just like it has always been. Any effort, even a tiny endeavour would go a long way in saving mankind from disaster.

The preceding week witnessed a variety of activities that contributed to spreading awareness amongst the children such as Slogan Writing and Poster Making. The Head of School, Mrs Sudha Sadangi, motivated and enriched the young minds about the ways in which each one could contribute to safeguard the Planet Earth.



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INTER SCHOOL YOGATHON CHAMPIONSHIP

INTER SCHOOL YOGATHON CHAMPIONSHIP
06th April 2017: INTER SCHOOL YOGATHON CHAMPIONSHIP
While the benefits of Yoga are known to the world, its practice is what creates a difference in the minds and bodies of the people. With an aim to encourage healthy living in our routine by promoting Yoga as a part of our lives, students of ShreeRam World School participated in the ‘5th Inter School Yogathon Championship’ organised by N.K. Bagrodia Public School on 6th April 2017. It was an endeavour to enhance the spirit of sportsmanship as well as awareness for healthy living. Over 20 schools participated in the championship.

Aryan of class VI bagged a bronze medal by securing the third position in the boys category. Heartiest congratulations!



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PARENTS’ ORIENTATION PROGRAMME AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL

PARENTS’ ORIENTATION PROGRAMME AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL

PARENTS’ ORIENTATION PROGRAMME AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL

PARENTS’ ORIENTATION PROGRAMME AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL
25th March 2017: PARENTS’ ORIENTATION PROGRAMME AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL
"Each child is unique, not only capable of learning but also capable of succeeding."
- Robert John Meehan
A Parents’ Orientation Programme was organized on 25th March 2017 by ShreeRam World School, Dwarka for the session 2017-2018 to welcome the new parents’ fraternity and to foster the partnership between the parents and the school towards the wholesome development of the personality of the child. This initiative was undertaken with a view to familiarize the parents with the vision and mission of the school, the curriculum, the rules and regulations, assessments and examinations, co-curricular activities and teaching methodology. The occasion was graced by Mr Anil Sachdeva, the Mentor of ShreeRam World School and Dr Roma Kumar, renowned educational psychologist and trainer. Dr Roma Kumar is a child psychologist and senior consultant at the Institute of Child Health at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital since 1991.

The Orientation Programme commenced with a warm welcome address by the Head of the School, Mrs Sudha Sadangi who enlightened the audience with her words of wisdom. Mr Anil Sachdeva through his address to the parents emphasized on the importance of education and values for the holistic development of the child. The event proceeded with a presentation by the faculty members about the school in order to make the parents aware of the school’s ethos, its facilities and its achievements. The faculty members also presented an interesting and educative skit for the parents with the theme ‘Each child is unique’ through a brilliant piece of choreography.

Valuable and practical guidelines on effective parenting were highlighted by Dr Roma Kumar to reduce the anxiety of the parents. Her parenting tips on how to prepare their child to face the changes and challenges were reassuring for the enthusiastic parents. The importance of teaching vital life skills to the children to prepare them for life was emphasized upon by the experienced counsellor.The parents were at their enquiring best and were seated with rapt attention throughout the session.



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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL
08th March 2017: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS AT SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL
“A woman is the full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform.”
- Diane Mariechild
International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8 worldwide, commemorating the political, social and economic achievements of women. From being synonymous with the kitchen to stepping onto the moon, women have come a long way till now. Over the decades, the objective of Women’s Day celebration has evolved and embraced culture and ethnicity to emerge as a celebration of appreciation, respect and love towards women. From walking neck-to-neck with men to breaking all the barriers, women are pacing ahead with a strong sense of grit and determination.

Sports have been one of the most important socio-cultural learning experiences for boys as well as for girls. An important role in encouraging women to participate in sports is played by the educational society, be it at school or at college. With the aim to foster gender equality and to strengthenwomen’s participation in sports, ShreeRam World Schoolin association with AIFF proudly conducted AFC Women’s Football Fiesta on the occasion of International Women’s Day. This event was organized to provide an opportunity to explore the inner talents of sportsmanship and commitment budding in the young girls and also to encourage, motivate and help them achieve their goals. There is good evidence that participation in sports can help break-down gender stereotypes, improve girls’ and women’s self-esteem and contribute to the development of leadership skills.

The Technical Director of AIFF, Mr Savio Medeira with his team and the Head of ShreeRam World School, Mrs Sudha Sadangi motivated the enthusiastic girls for their wholesome development through active participation in sports.

Let’s aim for an egalitarian world where men, women and children are equally guaranteed a free, productive and prosperous life.



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Fancy Dress Competition

Fancy Dress Competition

Fancy Dress Competition
07th March 2017: Fancy Dress Competition
“Clothes make a statement. Costumes tell a story.”
- Mason Cooley
It is imperative to give children positive attention, guidance to learn and help them develop confidence in their abilities as they work towards building self-esteem, confidence, problem-solving skills and social skills. Stage exposure bolsters children's creative expression and interpretation skills – all of which can go a long way in empowering them. Out of all the activities, fancy dress competitions give the children a chance to portray their favourite characters or something that has impressed them that they want to share with everyone. It is a fun filled activity and excellent for children as it enhances their imagination and stimulates their creativity.

To develop the attributes of a good communicator and an attitude of confidence, a ‘Fancy Dress Show’ was organized in ShreeRam World School on 7th March, 2017. The themes of the event were Prominent Global Personalities and Nature- A Great Teacher. Students of classes III-V came forward displaying their vibrant costumesof personalities like Swami Vivekananda, Rani Laxmi Bai, Adolf Hitler, Narendra Modi, Mother Teresa, Virat Kohli and a few depicting our Mother Earth, Moon etc. They won thunderous applause on their wonderful performances and were appreciated thoroughly.

The best performers:

NAME CLASS POSITION
TRIMAN SINGH PURI III I
TVISHA MALIK
TWISHA NANDWANI
III II
HARI MOHAN SAMBYAL III III
NEEYATI IV I
S S ASHRITH IV II
YASHITA  SHARMA
ANIK SUHAG
IV III
ARYAN GARG V I
DISHA MITTAL
ASHMITA SARKAR
V II
NEERAJ SHARMA V III


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French Poem Recitation

French Poem Recitation

French Poem Recitation
02nd March 2017: French Poem Recitation
“To have another language is to possess a second soul.”
- Charlemagne (French King)
Poetry is the most beautiful expression of human emotions and of the finer sensibilities. All the sentiments can be voiced through it. Poetry is written in almost all the major languages in the world, French being one of them. It is very often called the sweetest language on Earth. In today’s world, learning a foreign language like French really boosts up one’s career prospects. As English is no longer considered as a foreign languagein India, the importance of learning a 3rd language becomes much more valid. French is far from being the language of France only; more than 200 million people speak French around the globe. It is also one of the official languages of UNO.Moreover, France is the third most popular destination for higher studies and research works. So wherever we might go, whatever we might do, knowing French is a noticeable asset and it does make a big difference.

ShreeRam World School gives the golden opportunity to the students to start learning French at a tender age. As a part of French language learning, a French Poetry Recitation was organised for Class V on 2nd March. Students were encouraged to participate in this enriching activity and all of them performed brilliantly. They recited rhythmical French poems on God’s creations, seasons etc. Theactivity aimed at encouraging the children to not only learn a new language but also to know how to express themselves beautifully through poems in that language. It also helped the introvert and shy children to come up on the stage and confidently recite poems in French!

NAME POSITION
PRACHI BHAKAL I
ASHMITA SARKAR II
DISHA MITTAL III


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Dance Fiesta - Classes I & II

Dance Fiesta - Classes I & II

Dance Fiesta - Classes I & II
01st March 2017: Dance Fiesta - Classes I & II
“We dance for laughter, we dance for tears We dance for madness, we dance for fears
We dance for hopes , we dance for screams
We are the dancers , we create the dreams”
- Albert Einstein
With the aim of honing the dancing skills of the students, A Dance Fiesta was organised by ShreeRam World School for students of classes I and II from 22nd February 2017 to 1st March 2017. The themes of the competition were Folk Dances of India and Freestyle. The lively dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic performances. The fun filled extravaganza offered different styles of dancing – both western and Indian. The audience cheered the fellow classmates with enthusiasm and the event concluded with lot of encouragement and appreciation by the judges and the Head of School.

The best dancers:

NAME CLASS POSITION
SAMAYRA SHARMA DAISY I
GANAN DUA
ARSHIA MALIK
DAISY II
DHRITI SACHDEV
SARISHA GUPTA
DAISY III
DHAANI SHARMA DAFFODIL I
DILPREET KAUR
AARINI PATHAK
DAFFODIL II
SHIVEN PRAKASH DAFFODIL III
SIDHANT TIWARI DAHLIA I
DIBJOT KAUR DAHLIA II
GURNOOR KAUR
AYAAN PRATAP
DAHLIA III
MYRA KABDUWAL LILY I
KRISH NEGI LILY II
JAUSHNA PREMI
AHANA GUPTA
LILY III
MEHAR UPPAL MERCURY I
AANAITA KAUR MERCURY II
NITISHA RAWOOT
NEHAL SAHNI
MERCURY III
LAVANYA MISHRA VENUS I
DIA SINGH VENUS II
ATIN MITTAL
FALIT RAI
VENUS III


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DANCE FIESTA

DANCE FIESTA
21st February 2017: DANCE FIESTA
Dance is the hidden language of the soul, of the body.
- Martha Graham
Dance is the hidden language of the soul, of the body.It is also a great way to express our feelings.With the aim to hone the dancing skills of the students, a ‘Dance Fiesta’ was organised for the students of classes PreSchool and PrePrimary from 14th – 21st February 2017. The dance form for class PreSchool was Western and for class PrePrimary Contemporary. The eventcommenced with great zeal and enthusiasm. The vivacious dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic performances and vibrant costumes. The fun filled extravaganza witnessed a variety of interesting props used by the students. The little ones were thrilled to be a part of the colorful, vibrant and energizing event and no foot in the audience resisted tapping along! The happiness of the children was amply evident with the applause and appreciation. The Head of School, Mrs Sudha Sadangi, appreciated and congratulated each and every participant. The winners are:
NAME CLASS POSITION
MAIRA VOHRA PETERPAN I
JAANYA CHAWLA
TISYA PAUL
PETERPAN II
KASHISH KULSHRETHA PETERPAN III
SAATVIK KHUSHAWAHA PETERPAN CONSOLATION
MANYA ANAND PINOCCHIO I
TRICIA MEHRA
SAMAIRA KHANNA
PINOCCHIO II
AAVANSH GUPTA PINOCCHIO III
SHANAYA DHALL
DEEHAR SHARMA
FIGARO I
SANVI SINHA
ALAYSHA TUTEJA
FIGARO II
S S ANKITH
SHANAYA CHAUHAN
FIGARO III
AYAN SINGH SAPPHIRE I
KRISHNA BAKSHI SAPPHIRE II
ADITYA DHIMAN SAPPHIRE III
VIAAN
ARRNAV PANDEY
EMERALD I
ROZLEEN KAUR EMERALD II
PRISHA SINGH EMERALD III
AADITA JAIN RUBY I
KAASHVI GARG
ANJALIKA CHANGMAI
RUBY II
SOMALIKA BHARTI
NAVYA SHARMA
RUBY III


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Poetry in Voice: II-VII

Poetry in Voice: II-VII

Poetry in Voice: II-VII

Poetry in Voice: II-VII
09th February 2017: Poetry in Voice: II-VII
“Poetry is the rhythmical creation of beauty in words.”
- Edgar Allan Poe
Poetry is the essence of literature. It is the language of imagination and passion. It is indeed a beautiful way to express our innermost feelings through the most innocent words and actions.

Poetry In Voice competition was organized for class II on 24th&25th January & for classes III – VII from 6th – 9thFebruary 2017. The competition aimed at instilling a sense of aesthetic beauty into young minds and inspired children to come forward and recite. The students participated earnestly and came up with beautiful poems and recited with enthusiasm on varied topics like Friendship, Women Empowerment, Nature, Mother and World Peace.

The competiton wasalso organized to explore and encourage the verbal communication skills and confidence in children. Such recitation activities are significant in helping the young learners gain confidence in public speaking and in developing literary skills. The students performed to the best of their ability with great zeal and enthusiasm and showcased their talent with confidence.

The winners:

NAME CLASS POSITION
Aanaita Kaur MERCURY I
Nitisha Rawoot MERCURY II
Ansh Malik
Sparshit Kamboj
MERCURY III
Lavanya Mishra VENUS I
Neelansh VENUS II
Jaskeerat Kaur VENUS III
Meemansha
Dia Singh
VENUS CONSOLATION
Twisha Nandwani III I
Hari Mohan Sambyal III II
Harsh Raj Srivastava
Kyra Khurana
III III
Neeyati IV I
Adya Singh IV II
Ananya Sharma
Tanvi Ranjan
IV III
Astha Pandey IV CONSOLATION
Ashmita Sarkar V I
Disha Mittal V II
Prachi Bhakal V III
Aryan Garg V CONSOLATION
Elena Smiraj Krishnan VI I
Gurminder Kaur VI II
Tanya Gaur
Jia Maini
VI III
Aditya Kaushik VII I
Bhumie Bhardwaj VII II
Bhumi Arora VII III


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Special Assembly on  Basant   Panchami

Special Assembly on  Basant   Panchami

Special Assembly on  Basant   Panchami

Special Assembly on  Basant   Panchami
09th February 2017: Special Assembly on Basant Panchami
Ya Devi Stuyate Nityam Vibhuhairvedaparagaih Sa Me Vasatu Jihvagre Brahmarupa Saraswati
Saraswati is the Goddess of learning, knowledge, music, wisdom and all creative arts. On the occasion of Basant Panchami, people also worship Goddess Saraswati, the symbol of knowledge and wisdom.

To celebrate the onset of the spring season, a special assembly was organized on 1st February, 2017 at ShreeRam World School. The special assembly was presented by the students of class VI. The assembly commenced with all students singing the popular SaraswatiVandana ‘Hey ShardeMaa’.This was followed by a short talk which enlightened the students about the significance of the day. Learning about the importance and the rituals attached with this festival

helps us all to stay connected with our culture. A relevant Hindi poem on the ‘Basant’ season was recited. The assembly concluded with a beautiful dance performance in praise of Goddess Saraswati. It was a feast for the eyes. The students also learnt about the importance of respectingbooks as they are repositories of wisdom and knowledge. The assemblycarried a message that like flowers, our students, will also cherish and bloom in the spirit of Basant Panchami throughout their lives.



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Junior Olympics 2017

Junior Olympics 2017

Junior Olympics 2017
06th February 2017: Junior Olympics 2017
It is a matter of great pride that the budding athletes of ShreeRam World School participated in the recently concluded ‘Junior Olympics’ 2017, organised by Junior Sports India, held at Chhatrasal Stadium, Model Town, New Delhifrom6th to 8th February 2017 and brought back laurels for the school. 31 students from Preschool to Class V participated out of which 26 qualified the heats for the finals. The atmosphere was vibrant with participants from a large number of schools. The promotion of the event was covered by The Hindustan Times group.The event will be telecast on Neo Sports. All the students of ShreeRam World School performed extremely well and 11 of them won the following medals:
NAME CLASS MEDAL
RAM PRESCHOOL BRONZE
DAKSH SOLANKI PREPRIMARY SILVER
AARAV GANJOO PREPRIMARY GOLD
SRAGVI BHATNAGAR I GOLD
YASHVI MALHOTRA I BRONZE
AADIT GARG III GOLD
ANAISA SHARMA III BRONZE
ISHANVI MALHOTRA III BRONZE
S SASHRITH IV BRONZE
NEEYATI IV BRONZE
DEVANSH JHINGAN IV SILVER


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2nd Pusa Roller Skating Championship 2017

2nd Pusa Roller Skating Championship 2017

2nd Pusa Roller Skating Championship 2017

2nd Pusa Roller Skating Championship 2017
05th February 2017: 2nd Pusa Roller Skating Championship 2017
Healthy competition inspires students to do their best. When students compete they become more inquisitive, research independently and learn to work with others. These abilities prepare children to face all future situations and give them an important edge. We, at ShreeRam World School, provide ample opportunities to our students where they can hone their talent and learn new skills.

Roller skating provides a great way to exercise and plays an immensely crucial role which helps in the holistic development of the children. The budding skaters zoomed on their skates and amazed everyone with their talent in inline, squad and adjustable in the 2nd Pusa Roller Skating Championship 2017 held at Pusa Skating Campus, Faculty Club, Pusa Institute, Delhi. The artistic skating left the audience spellbound, as it was an amalgamation of creativity, skill and technique.

Over 20 schools participated in the championship. The students who won laurels for the school are:

NAME CLASS MEDAL
Khushmit
Sragvi Bhatnagar
Tushika Gupta
Mahi
Sneha Jain
I
I
I
I
VI
Gold
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Bronze

Heartiest congratulations to the winners!



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INDIA MY PRIDE – COSTUME PARADE

INDIA MY PRIDE – COSTUME PARADE

INDIA MY PRIDE – COSTUME PARADE

INDIA MY PRIDE – COSTUME PARADE
24th January 2017: INDIA MY PRIDE – COSTUME PARADE
A costume gives a larger perception of the characters and establishes who they are.
Scholastic and co scholastic activities have an equal importance in school programmes for the all round development of the child. These activities help the children to bloom and be participative. They help us to discover the hidden talents of children as well as increase their self confidence. Hence as part of the Republic Day Celebrations, ShreeRam World School conducted a Fancy Dress Competition for the tiny tots of Class Pre Primary on the topic 'India My Pride'.

The little ones came dressed in different costumes and expressed their feelings inan innocent manner.The children looked very impressive in their creative attire like that ofthe Indian Soldier, Rani Lakshmi Bai, Chacha Nehru, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Indira Gandhi and famous sports persons like Geeta Phogat and Virat Kohli.

It was a great opportunity for them to dress up as someone who inspires their imagination and makes them aware of our rich culture and history. The enthusiasm and zeal with which the children participated and performed was commendable.

The purpose of conducting the competition was not only to blend learning with fun but also to develop confidence in the students by giving them an opportunity to get on the stage and speak in front of an audience.

Prize winners are:

RUBY

NAME POSITION
HARSHUL SHARMA I
MISHKA MANOCHA II
NAVYA SHARMA,KAASHVI GARG III


EMERALD

NAME POSITION
KHWAISH CHAUHAN I
ROZLEEN KAUR II
ARRNAV PANDEY III
AYAN SHARMA,ADVITYA DHAWAN CONSOLATION


SAPPHIRE

NAME POSITION
ADITYA DHIMAN I
ARNAV GUPTA,AYAN SINGH II
KRISHNA BAKSHI III


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Republic Day Celebration

Republic Day Celebration

Republic Day Celebration

Republic Day Celebration
23rd January 2017: Republic Day Celebration
"Constitution is not a mere lawyer’s document, it is a vehicle of Life, and its spirit is always the spirit of Age."
-B.R. Ambedkar

On twenty-sixth January 1950, our Republic was born. On this day, we gave ourselves the Constitution of India. This day saw the culmination of the heroic struggle of an extraordinary generation of leaders who overcame colonialism to establish the world’s largest democracy. They pulled together India's amazing diversity to build national unity, which has brought us so far.

The 68th Republic Day was celebrated with great pomp and gaiety at ShreeRam World School. The students filled the air with pride and a sense of true love towards the country with themotivational song ‘Saare Jahan Se Achha’. The programme commenced with the flag hoisting ceremony by our ChairmanSh S. K Sachdeva. He spoke to the gathering about the sanctity of the occasion and the role played by the Constitution makers. He highlighted the necessity for everyone especially our younger generation to be enlightened by patriotism, compassion, learning, honesty and a sense of duty.

The Lotus flower symbolizes purity of heart and mind. Even after growing in murky water, it is untouched by its impurity. The show started with a scintillating performance on the Indian National Flower.

This was followed by anotherglorious performance on 'VandeMataram' which threw light on the most important essence of Indian Culture, our Motherland, the giver of boons, the giver of bliss.

The finale conveyed the message to wage a war against all the negativities prevailing in our country- corruption, crime, caste politics, terrorism, illiteracy and more. The past of India has been glorious and so must be its future. Each one of us has a right to lead a healthy, happy and productive life.

Various activities took place across all classes to celebrate this occasion like Fancy Dress by Preprimary, Tricolour Band Making Activity by Preschool etc. The day which started with gaiety and fervour left everyone with a feeling of pride and respect for the country. The students of ShreeRamWorld School showcased how love for one’s motherland is the basis of all progress.



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Poetry in Voice: Class I

Poetry in Voice: Class I

Poetry in Voice: Class I
16th January 2017: Poetry in Voice: Class I
"Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words"
- Robert Frost
ShreeRam World School believes that poetry recitation is an effective method for students to increase their appreciation for language and cement their mastery over public speaking. Such school activities help to explore the hidden gems in literature and it also develops the creative thinking and imagination of students.

A 'Poetry in Voice' competition was held for all sections of Class I from 16th– 19th January 2017. As we all know, poetry is meant for pleasure. Beauty is the realm of the poetry; the children enjoy the beauty of expression, rhythm, thoughts, feelings and music of words. Taking all these facts into consideration the children got an opportunity to exhibit their talent and confidence. The eye catching props added icing to the cake. The children chose from the two themes: 'Seasons' and 'New Year' and performed with a lot of zeal and enthusiasm. This competition helped in enhancing the recitation skills and confidence in the children. It inspired them to come forward and recite on stage in front of an audience. The honorable judges appreciated and applauded the performance of the participants.

Results:

DAISY

NAME POSITION
KIAN BARMAN ROY/ SAMAYRA SHARMA I
ADITYA DUBEY II
VEDANT CHAKRAVARTI III


DAFFODIL

NAME POSITION
VIVAAN CHADHA I
RUHANI BANGA II
GINA KHARE III


DAHLIA

NAME POSITION
DIBJOT KAUR I
SIDHANT TIWARI II
SARA TULREJA/ BHAVYA PILLAI III


LILY

NAME POSITION
SRAGVI BHATNAGAR I
KANAV SARMA II
MYRA KABDUWAL/ TISHA RATH III


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Lohri Celebration

Lohri Celebration

Lohri Celebration

Lohri Celebration
13th January 2017: Lohri Celebration
“You must give to get,You must sow the seed, before you can reap the harvest.”
Harvest festivals occupy a prominent place in the cultural calendar of India. MakaraSankranti is one of the major Indian harvest festivals celebrated with different names in different parts of the country. MakaraSankranti is also known as Pongal, Uttarayana, Lohri, Khichdi and MaaghBihu.Lohri is an important harvest festival celebrated in Punjab to mark the culmination of winter. Setting aside differences and rejoicing by celebrating is the central message conveyed by these festivals. They prompt people to be thankful for God's provisions and to celebrate his creations.

ShreeRam World School celebrated the auspicious occasion of Lohri with a special assembly in the morning wherein the importance of the festival was highlighted, thus creating awareness among students. In the afternoon the sacred bonfire was lit. The ritual of offering Prasad to the pious fire was performed. In the same breath, the echo of the drums resounded in the air and along came the students of class VI and VII dressed in colourful Punjabi attire to perform the bhangra and gidda. The teachers also joined the students and danced to the tunes of the dhol and music. Teachers sang a melodious song immersed in the rich cultural folklore of Punjab. The children had a gala time as they danced around the holy bonfire and offered their prayers for the prosperity of the nation. All the students were fascinated by the festive sprit.

The honourable Chairman of the school, Sh S K Sachdeva, revered members of the Managing Committee, Dr R C Chadha & Mrs Kiran Gambhir and respected Head of School, MrsSudhaSadangi also participated in the celebrations and wished that the coming year would bring happiness in the lives of the students and teachers as well. They also encouraged everyone to play a vital role to keep the tradition and culture of our country alive through these festivities.



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CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS AT SRWS

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS AT SRWS

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS AT SRWS

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS AT SRWS
27th December 2016: CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS AT SRWS
"Christmas is the perfect time to celebrate the love of God and family and to create memories that will last forever."
-Joel Osteen

Christmas, also known as the Feast day of Christ, is celebrated every year on 25th December.This festival is celebrated as the birth anniversary of the founder of Christianity, Jesus Christ. The tradition of celebrating Christmas varies from region to region.There is aritual of visiting the church, distributing gifts, Christmas cards, feast, singing Christmas carols and songs.

With the Christmas festivities in the air, ShreeRam World School celebrated Christmas with full spirit and enthusiasm. A special assembly was conducted by the tiny tots of Pre School who enlightened everyone about the significance of this festival through a skit. The children were told about the birth of Lord Jesus and the legend of Santa Claus. The soft sound of carols permeated the air creating a heavenly ambience as children dressed like Santa Claus spread radiance of Christmas.The students of Pre Primary and class I were taken for a visit to the St. George Orthodox Church. This visit aimed to promote the spirit of respect for all religions among students. It was both an educational and sacred experience for the children. Various class wise activities such as making and decorating of Santa masks, Christmas trees, stockings, cards and wreaths and holly leaves were conducted.In keeping with the Christmas spirit, the whole school wore a festive look and was tastefully decorated.

The boundless joy of celebrating the festival was amply visible on the faces of the children especially when Santa moved around distributing sweets to them. The students thoroughly enjoyed themselves and imbibed a message of loving, caring, sharing and respecting all, as was preached by Jesus himself.



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Annual Athletic Meet

Annual Athletic Meet

Annual Athletic Meet

Annual Athletic Meet
27th December 2016: Annual Athletic Meet
"Winning is not everything, but participation and will to win is.
Sport is a preserver of health. "
-Hippocrates

Sports and athletics are an integral part of the school curriculum of ShreeRam World School, Dwarka. They not only help to develop a healthy mind in a healthy body but also help to inculcate team spirit and discipline. In sports, the participating candidate may win or lose. The student learns to accept both, victory and defeat, with grace.

With the purpose to instill sportsman spirit among students and to enhance their physical and social skills, ShreeRam World School organized its Annual Athletic Meet on 23rd December 2016. This vibrant event received overwhelming participation and enthusiasm by students who were eagerly looking forward to this day. Marking the commencement of the grand event, the athletes took an oath, pledging to uphold the spirit of true sportsmanship. The event witnessed a variety of races such as flat race, relay race and fun races like obstacle race, bib race, off to school race, shoe race, ice cream race & zumba which involved zealous participation.The day concluded with the final march past and distribution of medals. The students marched proudly with perfect synchronization in their house uniform. Head of the School, Mrs Sudha Sadangi, congratulated the winners and honored them with medals. The Winners trophy for the leading house was bagged by Nalanda house.

All the houses cheered for their favorite students creating an ambience of healthy competition. The athletic meet was a treat to the spectators as well as the participants. The values of sportsmanship and teamwork resonated in the school grounds with an energetic vibe and lovely weather.



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GANIT Week

GANIT Week

GANIT Week

GANIT Week
19th December 2016: GANIT Week
'The essence of mathematics lies in its freedom'.
-Georg Cantor

Mathematics is the cradle of all creations, without which the world cannot move an inch.Today mathematics finds a wide application, far beyond the ken of an individual. Measure of mathematics involves problem solving,number facility, automatic and logical reasoning. Mathematics helps in progression of technological innovation in day to day life. Learning mathematics helps in perception development of individuals in their daily life which help to achieve their goals in life.

Srinivasa Ramanujan, an Indian Mathematician was born on 22 December 1887. In December 2011, in recognition of his contribution to Mathematics, the Government of India declared that Ramanujan’s birth day should be celebrated every year as National Mathematics Day. With an aim to bring awareness on the contributions made by this renowned mathematician, students of ShreeRam World School celebrated National Mathematics Day and GANIT (Growing Aptitude in Numerical and Innovations Training) week.



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VISIT TO GURUDWARA

VISIT TO GURUDWARA

VISIT TO GURUDWARA

VISIT TO GURUDWARA
14th December 2016: VISIT TO GURUDWARA
Secularism and humanism are among the most powerful and ethical streams of modern civilization. Their influence is felt all across our planet. There is a need to supplement the school education with secular socialization so that the young generation learns to appreciate the global diversity.

To instillloveand respect for all religions among children, the tiny tots of Pre School and Pre Primaryof ShreeRam World School were taken for a visit to the Gurudwara on Friday, December 09, 2016.The Sikh philosophy, like other religions, focusses on the equality of all people, and is said to be summed up by Guru Nanak as, "Realization of Truth is higher than all else. Higher still is truthful living."

The chanting of the Gurubani by the Granthi filled the atmosphere with tranquility.The Granthi guided the children to follow the path of truth, kindness, purity and respect for all religions.He told them to respect and love their elders and friends. The children prayed for everyone’s well being .The visit concluded with the offering of ‘Kadha Prasad’ which the children relished.The children were very excited and happy to visit the Gurudwara with the message that all human beings are the creation of God and God has no religion.



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Human Rights Day Observation

Human Rights Day Observation

Human Rights Day Observation

Human Rights Day Observation
13th December 2016: Human Rights Day Observation
"To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity."
- NELSON MANDELA
December 10 is observed worldwide as Human Rights Day. It commemorates the day when the UN General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion,

language, or any other status. We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible.

Children are the future. They need to know about human rights and they must take responsibility to protect themselves and their peers. As they become aware and active in this cause, the message travels far and wide, and someday universal human rights will be a fact, not just an idealistic dream.With this view, a talk on Human Rights was conducted in ShreeRam World School. The aim of the talk was to promote awareness about human rights among the students and what we can do to improve the physical, social, cultural and spiritual well being and welfare of the vulnerable group of people globally.

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SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL CELEBRATES ITS FIRST ANNUAL DAY

SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL CELEBRATES ITS FIRST ANNUAL DAY

SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL CELEBRATES ITS FIRST ANNUAL DAY

SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL CELEBRATES ITS FIRST ANNUAL DAY
03rd December 2016: SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL CELEBRATES ITS FIRST ANNUAL DAY
Annual Day is the most eagerly awaited occasion of celebration, felicitation and festivity, when students present not onlybrilliant performances but also receive honours for their achievements. It is a wonderful opportunity for children to identify their abilities and talents through an array of engagingprogrammes and assimilate encouraging values.

ShreeRam World School celebrated its first Annual Day on 3rd December 2016 with great enthusiasm. The esteemed dignitaries and honourable parents were cordially welcomed. Shri S.K. Sachdeva, esteemed Chairman of ShreeRam World School, was the Chief Guest for the event.The Guests of honour for the occasion were Dr R.C.Chadha (academic advisor), MrsKiranGambhir(honourable member of managing committee),Mr Anil Sachdeva (mentor, ShreeRam World School), Dr S.N. Maheshwari (academic advisor), DrNamita Sharma (Principal, Queens Valley School) and MrsSumannaDuttaSarkar (Head of Sachdeva Global School).

The auspicious occasion commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the respected chief guest, Shri S.K. Sachdeva, a leader with a dynamic personality,farsighted vision and humanitarian approach, followed by his motivational address to the audience.

The students of Class Preprimary extended a gracious and warm welcome to everyone with a bright and scintillating performance. The Head of the School, MrsSudhaSadangi, presented the annual report highlighting the major achievements of the school and the students’ performance in academics and co-curricular activities. The meritorious students in diverse fields were felicitated with trophies and certificates of appreciation.

The world is full of light patiently waiting for the younger generation to ignite the world. The famous Sanskrit invocation 'Tamso Ma Jyotirgamaya': 'Lead me from Darkness to light' was the theme for the day.

The little ones of Class Pre School, next,awakened one and all through their act on 'Education for all' with the aim to urge people to volunteer their time and efforts to educate the less fortunate children and guide them towards the path of enlightenment.

This was followed by a spectacular extravaganza presented by all the students of classes I to VII highlighting the contemporary social issues of environmental pollution and women empowerment.This stunning piece of choreography with its message captivated the audience and left them mesmerized.

The occasion concluded with a dazzling 'Grand Finale' which aimed at inspiring each and everyone present with the message that 'We can be Heroes' !The first annual day celebration was indeed a grand accomplishment for the school!



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One Nation Reading Together
30th November 2016: One Nation Reading Together
"Today a reader, tomorrow a leader."
- Margaret Fuller
One Nation Reading Together is an annual event organized by Scholastic India, where children in schools across the country celebrate reading as a pleasurable and enriching experience. In this fast moving world where electronic gadgets have taken over the reins, it is important to keep alive the enriching habit of reading.

All students and staff members of ShreeRam World School, Dwarka participated in the 'One Nation Reading Together' initiative on 30th November 2016. This activity was conducted with the vision to encourage children to read and learn more and ultimately lead better lives. A pleasant calm and silence descended all around since everybody was busy reading. This activity helped to encourage reading, acquaint children with new books and experience the pleasure and joy of reading together in silence. Students are sure to have benefited from this initiative to become avid readers so that they can gain from the unfathomable treasure hiding and stored in the books. Books, which are a person's best friends, do not demand anything and are always there to 'Give' –knowledge and wisdom.

Overall it was an enriching and enjoyable experience for everyone. The students returned home bursting with enthusiasm and a new found energy to get their hands on the first book that they see!

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CONSTITUTION DAY

CONSTITUTION DAY

CONSTITUTION DAY
26th November 2016: CONSTITUTION DAY
"Constitution is not a mere lawyer's document, it is a vehicle of Life, and its spirit is always the spirit of Age."
- B.R. Ambedkar
Constitution Day, also known as Samvidhan Divas, is celebrated in India in honour of Dr B.R. Ambedkar, known as the architect of the Indian constitution. The Government of India has declared 26th November as Constitution Day. On this day in 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India, and it went into effect on 26 January 1950.

To promote the values laid down in the Constitution among the students, ShreeRam World School celebrated the Constitution Day on 26th November, 2016. The students of classes IV-VII took the pledge by reciting the Preamble to the Constitution. The constitution of India was adopted to constitute India into a sovereign, socialist, secular,democratic, republic and to secure all its citizens justice, equality, liberty and fraternity. The teachers enlightened the students about the importance of the Indian constitution and highlighted various aspects such as the student’s commitment to respect the national flag and anthem, appreciate the ideals that inspired India's freedom struggle, promote harmony and other duties enshrined in the constitution.

This was done to honour the democracy and to spread awareness of the supreme law of the country and the living document which makes the government system work effectively.

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SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON GURU NANAK JAYANTI AND CHILDREN'S DAY

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON GURU NANAK JAYANTI AND CHILDREN'S DAY

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON GURU NANAK JAYANTI AND CHILDREN'S DAY

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON GURU NANAK JAYANTI AND CHILDREN'S DAY
11th November 2016: SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON GURU NANAK JAYANTI AND CHILDREN'S DAY
"God is one, but he has innumerable forms. He is the creator of all and he himself takes the human form."
- Guru Nanak
Keeping in view the secular ethos of the school, ShreeRam World School celebrated and rejoiced in the spirit of the festival of Guru Nanak Jayanti.Gurunanak Devji has been called "one of the greatest religious innovators of all times". He travelled far and wide teaching people the message of one God who dwells in every one of His creations and constitutes the eternal Truth. The soothing shabad 'Ek Onkar' filled the air with peace and tranquility and paved the way for a very fruitful day for all . Everyone offered prayers and sought the blessings of Guru Ji. The students were motivated to follow the path of universal brotherhood and peace and make caring and sharing their motto in life.

Also, as a tribute to 'Chacha Nehru' and his love for children, Children's Day was celebrated with immense joy, enthusiasm and splendour. The teachers conducted the assembly from singing the prayer to presenting the news and thought for the day.They dressed themselves as children and also presented a dance performance for their beloved students. This was followed by the meaningful song 'Bacche mann ke sacche' sung by a teacher expressing the love and care that the teachers shower on their students and also, how valuable a student is for his/her teacher. The excitement and enjoyment of the students was worth watching.
 
"There is no trust more sacred than the one the world holds with children. There is no duty more important than ensuring that they grow in peace and happiness."
- Jawaharlal Nehru


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Costume Parade at Shreeram World School

Costume Parade at Shreeram World School

Costume Parade at Shreeram World School

Costume Parade at Shreeram World School
27th October 2016: Costume Parade at Shreeram World School
"Clothes make a statement. Costumes tell a story."
- Mason Cooley
Dressing up in a costume and participating in parties and parades at school is a part of the excitement for children. Fancy dress costumes are beautiful to look at too and this alone can boost a child's self-esteem and make them feel more glamourous and interesting when they wear it. The thought of being transformed into an adventurous Pirate or cackling Witch is often enough to excite any child!

A costume parade was organized for the tiny tots of PreSchool on 27th October 2016. Halloween is the time of celebration and superstition. It is celebrated on 31st October every year. Keeping that in mind, one of the themes was chosen as Halloween, to create awareness of the festivals celebrated across the world. We have all grown up watching cartoons and still remember the cartoon characters of our time. It was a delight to watch the children dressed as their favourite cartoon characters which was the second theme for the event. The Draculas and Witches dressed in their scary best left the audience astounded. It was an excellent show put up by the little ones. The children looked awesome in their creative attire and there were smiling faces everywhere. An air of anticipation and excitement could be sensed all around.

The children participated with great vigour and zeal. It was truly a delight to watch them in innovative and beautiful costumes.

The outstanding performers were:
Parth Solanki, Agam Kukreja, Manya Anand, Kinshuk Gulati, Tisya Paul, Jaanya Chawla, Alaysha Tuteja, Pranav Bajaj, Vansh Kaushal.

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Pictures Speak

Pictures Speak
24th October 2016: Pictures Speak
"A Picture is worth a thousand words"
An activity named ‘Pictures Speak’ was conducted for all the students of Class Pre Primary in order to help the children to strengthen their oratory skills and enhance their confidence. The children participated in the activity with great zeal and eagerness. They showed different pictures and spoke few lines on them with much keenness. The popular topics on which the children spoke wereHealthy and Junk Food, The Indian Army, Chhotta Bheem, My School, Trees,Fruits, Vegetables, Means of Transport, My Family etc.

The best speakers were:
NAME CLASS
AADITA JAIN
HARSHUL SHARMA
NAVYA SHARMA
RUBY
KHWAISH CHAUHAN
AARAV GANJU
ROZLEEN KAUR
EMERALD
ARNAV GUPTA
SADHIKA
TANYA MISHRA
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Fifa Live Your Goals Grassroots Festival

Fifa Live Your Goals Grassroots Festival

Fifa Live Your Goals Grassroots Festival
22nd October 2016: Fifa Live Your Goals Grassroots Festival
"She believed she could, so she did."
- R.S. Grey

One can think of a healthy mind only in a healthy body.Physical activities benefit all of us and in a multitude of ways – physically as well as mentally. ShreeRam World School, organized a ‘Grassroots Festival’on 22nd October 2016 for the girls of the age group 6-12 years as a part of an initiative by a FIFA led project called ‘LIVE YOUR GOALS’. Mr Scott O’Donell, Technical Director, AIFF, MsAkankshaChhibberr, Coordinator Women’s Football, AIFF and Ms Sudha Sadangi, Head of the School inspired and motivated the girls to enthusiastically indulge themselves in sports.The event was held to provide a brilliant opportunity to the girls towards development of their personality and confidence. The parents too participated in the various activities enthusiastically to cheer up the girls.

The festival encouraged to strengthen, build, boost and promote the spirit and importance of sports amongst girls. It sought to develop and increase participation of women and girls in football. The event proved to be a grand success to champion recognition and equality for women and girls and give them the opportunity to live their goals through sports.

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