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One Nation Reading Together at ShreeRam World School
30th November 2018: One Nation Reading Together at ShreeRam World School
                                        Celebrating the Joy of Reading

ShreeRam World School, Sector 10, Dwarka, in collaboration with Scholastic India Ltd, conducted the event of One Nation Reading Together on 30th November 2018. This event encouraged everyone to explore and discover the magical world of books and immerse themselves in the vast ocean of words, ideas, thoughts and fantasy. The students took the pledge penned by Paro Anand, the renowned author of children’s books. A Graffiti Wall was placed where students were asked to scribble their views, draw or paste anything to express their love for reading. This event aimed to create awareness amongst the students regarding importance of reading, which is the need of the hour. 

Head of School, Mrs Sudha Sadangi, appreciated the enthusiastic response of the students and staff and encouraged everyone to celebrate reading as a pleasurable and enriching experience.



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Twinkle Toes

Twinkle Toes
27th November 2018: Twinkle Toes
“Dance is the poetic bearing of the soul through motion.”

With the aim of honing the dancing skills of the students, an Inter-section Dance Competition was organised by ShreeRam World School for students of classes Preschool, Preprimary, I and II from 27th-30th November 2018 in the school campus.

The themes of the competition were Freestyle for Preschool, Folk dance for Preprimary, Contemporary for class I and Retro dance form for class II. Students across all the classes participated with great passion. The spectators witnessed the enthusiasm and energy of the little wonders as they enthralled everyone with their expressions and moves dressed up in colourful attires. The vivacious dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic performances. The audience enjoyed every moment of the programme. It was indeed a spectacular and memorable show.

The best performers

NAME CLASS POSITION
Jiana Tandon PS Tiana I
Eva Kapoor PS Figaro II
Shreya Gupta PS Tiana II
Yamee Duevedi PS Figaro III
Jaisvi Gujral PS Tiana III
Samaira Sharma PP Sapphire I
Amyra PP Jade II
Vanisha Fitkariwala PP Sapphire II
Seerat Kaur PP Sapphire III
Avisha Wadhwa PP Emerald III
Aarvi Gupta PP Jade CONSOLATION
Ayaan Khandelwal PP Sapphire CONSOLATION
Shanaya Dhall Class I Dahlia I
Saisha Rustagi Class I Dahlia II
Vanshika Class I Tulip II
Maira Vohra Class I Daffodil III
Maanit Singh Mehra Class I Lily CONSOLATION
Kiana Class II Venus I
Rozleen Kaur Class II Mercury II
Hardik Class II Mars II
Mysha Class II Venus III
Samriddhi Chaurasia Class II Jupiter III
Shivika Class II Mars CONSOLATION

 
 
Special Assembly on Milad-Un-Nabi

Special Assembly on Milad-Un-Nabi

Special Assembly on Milad-Un-Nabi
20th November 2018: Special Assembly on Milad-Un-Nabi
Milad-un-Nabi is celebrated on the 12th day of the third month of the Islamic calendar. It is celebrated to remember the birthday of Prophet Mohammad.

The shining stars of Class I Lily conducted a special assembly on the occasion on 20th November 2018. The assembly commenced with the school prayer followed by a sizzling and mesmerizing Qawali performance by the little ones. They enlightened the audience about the significance of the occasion. The students also sang a foot-tapping song highlighting the importance of India as a secular country.

On this day, special prayers are held in mosques. Milad-Un-Nabi is a day to remember the teachings and kindness of the Holy Prophet. 

The message that all festivals are equally important and that we should all participate in celebrating them came across simply and effectively. The efforts of the children was much appreciated by respected Headmistress, Ms Sudha Sadangi, who encouraged the children to follow the path of peace, love and friendship.



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Young achievers shine at Talent Show 2018
14th November 2018: Young achievers shine at Talent Show 2018
Students of ShreeRam World School have brought laurels to the school by doing wonders in the Inter-School Talent Show 2018 held at N K Bagrodia Global School, Sector 17, Dwarka. Yashvardhan of Class VIII and Aryan of Class VII bagged the first position in Creating music using waste material Competition, Namman of Class IV A bagged the third position in Solo Singing Competition, Ashmita of Class VII bagged the third position in the Solo Dance Competition and Arnavi of Class V B and Ruhaani Banga of Class III C bagged the third position in the Theme-based Flower Decoration Competition. Kudos to the young achievers!

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Special Assembly on Children’s Day
14th November 2018: Special Assembly on Children’s Day
“Every child is a beautiful flower, and all together, they make this world a beautiful garden.”


Children’s Day is celebrated with great zeal and zest every year on 14th November in the premises of Shreeram World School and 2018 was no exception. The celebration started by paying tribute to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, fondly known as Chacha Nehru. This was followed by a Cultural Panorama presented by the teachers. There was foot tapping music and energetic dance along with amusing enactments. The program concluded with a fun quiz and a vibrant dance session in which all the students and teachers participated enthusiastically.



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Special Assembly on Diwali

Special Assembly on Diwali

Special Assembly on Diwali
05th November 2018: Special Assembly on Diwali
Diwali symbolises the spiritual ‘victory of good over evil’ marking the triumph of light over darkness and the beginning of the Hindu New Year. 

Little ones of Classes I Daffodil and Tulip conducted a special assembly on the auspicious occasion of Diwali on 5th November 2018. The assembly commenced with the school prayer and the rendition of the shloka ‘Vakratunda Mahakaya’ by the students. The talented children performed a beautiful dance drama depicting the story of Ramayana. They highlighted the significance of the day when Rama, Lakshman and Sita had returned to Ayodhya after 14 years in exile and in their honour, people decorated their houses with earthen lamps and diyas.

A vibrant dance was performed by the students in traditional attires highlighting the festivity and good cheer of the festival. The importance of green crackers and the problem of pollution were also highlighted through a skit.

The programme concluded with the message to the students to celebrate an eco-friendly Diwali and refrain themselves from burning crackers so as to create a clean environment for all living beings.



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SAY NO TO CRACKERS
02nd November 2018: SAY NO TO CRACKERS
Keeping in mind the alarming levels of pollution in our city, Delhi, and the health perils associated with bursting firecrackers, ShreeRam World School conducted an anti-cracker awareness campaign to enlighten the students about the long-lasting hazardous effect of bursting crackers on the environment and also on our health.

An interactive session was conducted by a team from the Delhi Police with the excited students of the school. The team urged the students to either ‘SAY NO TO CRACKERS’ or only to burst ‘Green crackers’, which are approved and certified by the PESO. They also spread awareness regarding the recent orders of the Hon’ble Supreme Court regarding the ban on firecrackers so that they may disseminate it further in their locality. The young students pledged to celebrate a pollution-free Diwali and spread the message of cheer amongst all.



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Annual Athletic Meet 2018-19

Annual Athletic Meet 2018-19

Annual Athletic Meet 2018-19
01st November 2018: Annual Athletic Meet 2018-19
“Sports do not build character, they reveal it.” - John Wooden

Games and sports are an integral part of a student’s life. The benefits of playing sports are multiple and teach children life skills like teamwork, leadership and patience. Sports enhance concentration in children and also inculcate amongst them the importance of hard work, perseverance, learning from failure and grasping opportunities. 

With the purpose to instill sportsman spirit among students and to enhance their physical and social skills, ShreeRam World School organized the Annual Athletic Meet on 1st November 2018. Marking the commencement of the grand event, an oath was taken by the School Captain Kaveesh Srivastava along with all the students wherein they solemnly pledged to uphold the spirit of true sportsmanship. The tiny tots of classes Preschool to II invigorated the atmosphere with a lively Zumba performance. All the houses participated with great enthusiasm and the winner for the ‘Best House Trophy’ was won by Pisa House. Students from classes Preschool to IX participated with tremendous enthusiasm. Games like shoelace race, spoon and lemon race, flat race, ice-cream cone race, sack race and many more were played. The day was filled with exciting victories and the note that winning is not everything, but making the effort to win is.

Head of School, Mrs. Sudha Sadangi, congratulated the winners and honoured them with medals. She also emphasized on the importance of sports and games in our life. The day ended on a cheerful note filled with promises for all the young sports enthusiasts.



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Show and Tell Competition
16th October 2018: Show and Tell Competition
ShreeRam World School, Dwarka organised a ‘Show and Tell Competition’ for the students of class Preprimary to showcase the presentation skills of the little shining stars.

Students brought a variety of objects and used them in innovative ways to describe them with lot of confidence, facial expression and voice modulation. The performers were applauded and appreciated by everybody present.

The best speakers:

NAME CLASS POSITION
Rayaansh Paul Ruby I
Peehu Mahajan Sapphire II
Vikhamveer Singh Ruby III
Amyra Jade III
Avisha Wadhwa Emerald Consolation
Aarav Garg Jade Consolation

 
 
Special Assembly on Durga Ashtami
15th October 2018: Special Assembly on Durga Ashtami
A special assembly to celebrate the festival of Durga Puja was held on 15th October at ShreeRam World School.

The students of Class II (Mercury and Venus) showcased a skit accompanied by a mesmerizing and energetic dance performance depicting the killing of the demon Mahishasura by Goddess Durga. The epic battle of Durga and Mahishasura is symbolic of the ultimate victory of good over evil. The dance, ‘Mahishasur Mardini’ also portrayed the nine different forms of Goddess Durga. The audience was spellbound to see the young enthusiasts performing ‘Dhunuchi’ dance with great zeal and vigour. The victory of good over the evil was joyously celebrated and the whole school resonated with festive vibrations.



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Evening Rendezvous with the Sky

Evening Rendezvous with the Sky

Evening Rendezvous with the Sky
13th October 2018: Evening Rendezvous with the Sky
“I think of space not as the final frontier but as the next frontier. Not as something to be conquered but to be explored.” - Neil deGrasse Tyson

ShreeRam World School, organized SPACE Explorers workshops for the young minds of classes I-IX to make them understand, explore, experiment and experience the wonders of the universe.

A variety of interesting workshops were conducted:

Moon Watch (Classes I-II) – The students were involved in a fun-filled educative way of understanding the various phases of the Moon through visual story telling. It was a fascinating experience to watch the Moon through a telescope and observe the dark and bright areas on it.

Destination Moon and Planet (Classes III-V) – The students were familiarised with the concept of the phases of the Moon and the movement of the Moon and the Earth. They were made to identify the prominent craters on the Moon through a telescope.

Evening Rendezvous with the Sky (Classes VI-IX) – The students were given a presentation to make them understand the working and handling of a telescope using two major properties of light, namely- refraction and reflection. They analysed the difference between a refractor and a reflector telescope through demonstrations and observations. Some activities were also planned which were designed to ignite curiosity, impart knowledge about space and have fun while learning. They observed the Moon and craters through a telescope; located various planets via telescope and observed their features.

The children were accompanied by their parents who also participated in the workshop with great enthusiasm and excitement. At the end of the session, the students were given a kit for hands-on activities.



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ShreeRam World School excels in Judo
08th October 2018: ShreeRam World School excels in Judo
Bharam Vats of Class VII participated in the CBSE Central Zone Judo Championship as part of the Inter-School Sports and Games Competition 2018-19 on 8th October 2018 held at GD Salwan Public School. He performed brilliantly and won a Gold Medal in the event and has also been selected for the National Level. He also won a Gold Medal in the Zonal Competition held at Basava International School, Dwarka. Well done!
 
 
SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL ORGANISES KOKUYO CAMLIN TEACHERS’ SUMMIT 2018-19

SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL ORGANISES KOKUYO CAMLIN TEACHERS’ SUMMIT 2018-19
06th October 2018: SHREERAM WORLD SCHOOL ORGANISES KOKUYO CAMLIN TEACHERS’ SUMMIT 2018-19
“Art enables us to find ourselves and to lose ourselves at the same time.”                                                       - Thomas Merton

ShreeRam World School organized the Art Educators Meet on 6th October 2018 for the teachers of various schools across Delhi. The workshop was conducted by Kokuyo Camlin head promotional manager Mr. Raj Kumar with his team. Kokuyo Camlin is a widely used brand in the field of art and craft. The workshop was attended by 120 art teachers from various schools across Delhi. Teachers got the chance to use the new range of products and learnt innovative techniques that they can undertake in their schools to make learning more fun for their students. The workshop laid emphasis on the use of eco-friendly measures that can be taken while learning art. The teachers were taught a variety of drawings, painting techniques and paper bag making.

It was overall an interactive session where an open platform was provided to showcase talent and learn new styles at the same time.



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Surge 2018
15th September 2018: Surge 2018
ShreeRam World School, Sector 10, Dwarka participated in Surge 2018 on 15th September 2018 held at N.K. Bagrodia Global School, Sector 17, Dwarka. The atmosphere was vibrant with majority of the schools in Dwarka participating in the event. Utkarsh Somani of Jade and Avisha Wadhwa of Emerald were awarded the second position in the Bees Buzz Quiz Competition. Well done!
 
 
Inter-School Speed Skating Championship 2018

Inter-School Speed Skating Championship 2018
08th September 2018: Inter-School Speed Skating Championship 2018
It is a matter of great pride that the budding skaters of ShreeRam World School participated in the ‘3rd Inter-School Speed Skating Championship 2018’, organised by Dwarka Skating Club, held at Decathlon, Metro Walk, Sector 10, Rohini on 8th and 9th September 2018. Students from Classes Preschool to VII participated and won the 2nd runners-up trophy along with 26 medals for the school. The atmosphere was vibrant with a large number of participants from many schools across Delhi. Students from ShreeRam World School performed extremely well and won the following medals:
NAME CLASS AGE GROUP (yrs) MEDAL
HARMANDEEP SINGH PRESCHOOL 0-4 2 BRONZE
ARHAM BANSAL PRESCHOOL 0-4 1 GOLD 1 BRONZE
RITWEEK SINGH PREPRIMARY 4-6 2 BRONZE
AARVI GUPTA PREPRIMARY 4-6 2 BRONZE
SHAURYA CHITNIS PREPRIMARY 4-6 2 SILVER
PRANAV BAJAJ I 6-8 2 BRONZE
AVNI LAMBADAY I 6-8 2 SILVER
AARAV GANJOO II 6-8 1 BRONZE
ANIKA DHOOT II 8-10 1 BRONZE
SIMRAN MANAV III 8-10 2 BRONZE
TUSHIKA GUPTA III 8-10 2 BRONZE
AARAV DHALWAL IV 8-10 1 BRONZE
MANITH DUGGAL IV 8-10 2 BRONZE
SHRADHA SAHAY V 10-12 1 BRONZE
SHIKHAR RAWAT VII 10-12 1 GOLD 1 BRONZE

 
 
Special Assembly on Janmashtami

Special Assembly on Janmashtami
04th September 2018: Special Assembly on Janmashtami
Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna was celebrated with great pomp and festivity by the students of Class III D of ShreeRam World School on 4th September 2018. Dressed in attires of various mythological characters like Lord Vishnu, Goddess Durga and Kansa, the children gave a traditional touch to the entire celebration. A splendidly colorful program was organized where the students presented a melodious song, a lively dance performance and a well-scripted short role play.

They won the soul of the spectators by their act. The show enlightened the audience about the rich Indian traditions and culture. It conveyed the strong message of ‘Victory of good over evil’.



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Special Assembly on National Sports Day

Special Assembly on National Sports Day
29th August 2018: Special Assembly on National Sports Day
“If you can believe it, the mind can achieve it.” –Ronnie Lott
                  
In order to honour Major Dhyan Chand, India’s hockey wizard and one of the greatest sportspersons the country has produced and to inculcate the importance of sports amongst students, ShreeRam World School celebrated the National Sports Day, the birth anniversary of the legend, on 29th August in the form of a special assembly and different activities related to sports and fitness.

The assembly, conducted by the students of Class IV B, commenced with the school prayer followed by an energetic and vibrant dance performance. The children conveyed to the audience how leadership skills, teamwork and patience can be inculcated through sports. They performed a skit in which they showcased the importance of sports in our daily lives. This was followed by an interesting quiz on the Asian Games 2018. The young minds were motivated to lead a healthy and active life.



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Independence Day Celebrations at ShreeRam World School

Independence Day Celebrations at ShreeRam World School

Independence Day Celebrations at ShreeRam World School
14th August 2018: Independence Day Celebrations at ShreeRam World School

          “A flag is not only of freedom for ourselves, but a symbol of freedom to all people.” – Jawaharlal Nehru

            Let’s not take our Independence for granted
            Let’s do our bit to make India a better place,
                      Legacy to live & legacy to die for.

ShreeRam World School, Dwarka celebrated India’s 72nd Independence Day with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervour. The honourable Chief Guest and Chairman of the school, Shri S.K. Sachdeva, unfurled the Tricolour in the presence of esteemed dignitaries of the School Management Committee, the school staff and eager students to commemorate the sovereignty of our nation. All in unison sang the National Anthem with passion. This was followed by an inspirational address by the Chief Guest and a cultural programme which showcased the birth of the Indian National Flag and its journey through the years.

The history of our National Flag is the saga of our fight for freedom. This flag was born to liberate the people of India from the yoke of slavery. Many sons of the soil laid down their lives to uphold the honour of this flag during India’s freedom struggle. Our Tiranga has been woven on the loom of faith beyond the barriers of caste, colour, creed, religion and language. The evolution of the Indian National Flag sailed through many vicissitudes to arrive at what it is today. The students enlightened everyone by showcasing the various changes that our National Flag went through since its first inception and its significance. The children’s performance was appreciated by one and all.



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Regalia (Fancy Dress-Water World)-Preschool

Regalia (Fancy Dress-Water World)-Preschool
31st July 2018: Regalia (Fancy Dress-Water World)-Preschool
A Fancy Dress Competition was organized for the shining stars of Preschool on the theme ‘Water World’. All the students participated with zest and vigour as they came dressed up as different creatures of the Water World along with a strong message to save the ocean life.

The efforts and hard work of the children were appreciable. The event created a colourful and serene ambience showcasing how scintillating ocean life is. It was wonderful to watch the little ones captivating the audience with their performances.

RESULTS:

NAME CLASS POSITION
Rohin Sharma Pinocchio I
Pravit Garg, Kavya Nair Pinocchio II
Karanvir Singh, Ranveer Chabbra, Diyaan Sharma Pinocchio III
Daivik Sharma, Hridaan Khokhar Peterpan I
Prayan Madan Peterpan II
Manasvi Shahdadpuri, Nandita Tomar Peterpan III
Jeet Solanki Peterpan CONSOLATION
Vanya Solanki, Yamee Duevedi Figaro I
Vihaan Yadav, Dyuti Jha Figaro II
Eva Kapoor, Ira Kumar, Ishank Vashisht Figaro III
Jiana Tandon Tiana I
Setu Azad, Vrishan Garg Tiana II
Shranya Tiana III

 
 
Junior Sports stars shine at DIS Edge
25th July 2018: Junior Sports stars shine at DIS Edge
Students of ShreeRam World School participated in the Flag Hoisting Relay Race in the ‘Junior Sports’ event organized at DIS Edge, Sector 18, Dwarka on 25th July 2018. The atmosphere was vibrant with a lot of prestigious schools participating in the event. Six students from Preprimary – Riyan Sharma, Shaurya, Aniket, Samaira Sharma, Aradhya Kanwar and Ashu participated and bagged the 2nd runners up trophy for the school. Well done!
 
 
Regalia (Fancy Dress-Flora & Fauna) – Preprimary

Regalia (Fancy Dress-Flora & Fauna) – Preprimary
23rd July 2018: Regalia (Fancy Dress-Flora & Fauna) – Preprimary
“A world without flora and fauna is a world without us.”

 A Fancy Dress Competition was organized for the shining stars of Preprimary on the theme Flora and Fauna from 23rd July to 27th July 2018. All the students participated with full zest and vigor as they came dressed up as different plants and animals. Each of them delivered a strong message about saving the ecosystem.

The effort and hard work of the children was appreciable. The event created a colourful and enthusiastic ambience which looked like a medley of flora and fauna all around. All the children enjoyed and cheered each other’s performances. It was indeed a visual treat to watch the little wonders enact and talk about preserving the nature.

RESULT:

NAME CLASS POSITION
Arihaan Awasthi,
Rayaansh Paul, Shivaksi Bhatt
Ruby I
Aadya Sajwan, Abhita Singh, Yashas Gupta Ruby II
Kartavya Sharma, Vyaas Parwanda Ruby III
Khyati Sharma Ruby CONSOLATION
Avisha Wadhwa Emerald I
Shaurya Chitnis, Yogita Raman Sharma Emerald II
Aayu Verma,
Mehak Sabherwal
Emerald III
Ayaan Ukil Emerald CONSOLATION
Peehu Mahajan,
Somansh Bharti
Sapphire I
Raavi Kadyan, Rishit Shah, Mishti Agarwal Sapphire II
Irm Rawal, Kabir Khanna Sapphire III
Vanisha Fitkariwala Sapphire CONSOLATION
Yashvi Mathur, Akansha Raina Jade I
Taani Khera, Aarvi Gupta Jade II
Amyra, Utkarsh Somani Jade III
Krishika Chauhan Jade CONSOLATION
Arunima Pillai, Aditya Vats Diamond I
Bhumi, Gauraansh Chauhan Diamond II
Naksh Bishnoi Diamond III
Beenal Kapoor, Tista Gautam Diamond CONSOLATION

 
 
Anti-Bullying Workshop

Anti-Bullying Workshop
20th July 2018: Anti-Bullying Workshop
“Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a   victim. Accept no one's definition of your life but define yourself.”
                                                                                                                                ― Harvey Fierstein

To promote a secure and happy environment that is free from any threat, harassment or bullying, ShreeRam World School organized an ‘Anti-Bullying Workshop’ for the students of classes VI-IX on 20th July 2018. The workshop was conducted by Ms Monisha Gupta from Scholastic India. It began with a discussion on bullying wherein Ms Monisha explained the students what bullying actually means and what all does it entail. The students were also familiarized with the various types of bullying to help them identify bullying when it takes place anywhere around them and also to make them understand what roles they should play when it takes place. The students, on their part, too voiced their understanding of the term ‘bullying’.

Students were encouraged to recognize, reject and report bullying to responsible adults. Needless to say, the workshop turned out to be an eye opener for the youngsters stepping onto the threshold of teenage.


 
 
Special Assembly on Simple Living, High Thinking

Special Assembly on Simple Living, High Thinking
18th July 2018: Special Assembly on Simple Living, High Thinking

Simplicity is a great virtue ─ more talked than practised! Simplicity makes life not only easy, comfortable, enjoyable, but beautiful also. The sun shines so simply; the stars twinkle without any subterfuge; rivers flow so innocently; flowers bloom so simply! All great men of all times have been simple personalities. They dedicated all their lives in making the complex the simple. Mahatma Gandhi, Tagore, APJ Abdul Kalam, Mother Teresa, Sarojini Naidu and many more, were all simple beings. However, their thinking was sublimely high.

A special assembly was conducted by the students of Class V on the theme ‘Simple living and High Thinking’ on 18th July 2018. A short skit was presented by the students conveying the message to the audience that we must lead a simple life but at the same time our thinking must not be limited.  They enthralled everyone with their confidence. Different students came up dressed as Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, APJ Abdul Kalam and Sarojini Naidu. The students also sang a foot-tapping song highlighting the importance of simple living and high thinking. All the students participated with a lot of zeal and wholeheartedly gave their contribution. The assembly concluded with the Head of School, Ms Sudha Sadangi enlightening everyone on how one can accomplish great things by leading a simple and meaningful life.



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18th July 2018: "Regalia" - Fancy Dress Competition - Class I
Scholastic and co-scholastic activities have an equal importance in school for the all-round development of the child. ShreeRam World School conducted the ‘Regalia’ - Fancy Dress Competition for the students of Class I from 16th July to 19th July, 2018. 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.

The theme of the event was ‘Go Green’ where children came dressed up as trees, Mother Earth, seed, LED light, CNG etc. They emphasized upon the importance of trees in our lives and the need of saving the Earth. The little ones came up with wonderful ideas like car-pooling, how our environment would be in 2051 etc. which stirred the minds of everyone present.

The effort and hard work of children was commendable. The competition created an amiable ambience and the audience cheered the performances with thunderous applause. It proved to be a great learning experience for the students and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talents.

RESULTS:

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

Deehar Sharma

Daisy

I

Tisya Paul

Daisy

I

Hridyesha Luthra

Daisy

II

Aakriti Upadhyay

Daisy

II

Arnav Pasricha

Daisy

III

Pari Arya

Daisy

III

Veerpratap Singh

Daisy

CONSOLATION

Aadya Kapoor

Daisy

CONSOLATION

Manasvi Sharma

Daffodil

I

Nysa Soni

Daffodil

 I

Geetisha Gupta

Daffodil

II

Maira Vohra

Daffodil

II

Kiara Kalawat

Daffodil

III

Pranay Kumar

Daffodil

III

Sanvi Sinha

Daffodil

CONSOLATION

Sharanya Rawat

Daffodil

CONSOLATION

Yukta Chamuah

Dahlia

I

Rishaan Ghasi

Dahlia

II

Saisha Rustangi

Dahlia

II

Aahana Thakur

Dahlia

III

Khadija Hasan

Dahlia

III

Maanit Singh Mehra

Lily

I

Priyanshi Kotnala

Lily

I

Sarthak Gupta

Lily

I

Aradhya

Lily

II

Namay Abrol

Lily

II

Mishika Yadav

Lily

III

Pranavi Arora

Lily

III

Devansh Das

Tulip

I

Kashish Kulshreshth

Tulip

I

Shaarav Chauhan

Tulip

I

Parth Vashishth

Tulip

II

Pranshul

Tulip

II

Arihant Yadav

Tulip

III

Lakshit Pandey

Tulip

III

Sanjiti Singh Balouria

Tulip

III

Saatvik Babbar

Tulip

CONSOLATION


 
 
Regalia (Fancy Dress-My Favourite Youth Icon) - Class II

Regalia (Fancy Dress-My Favourite Youth Icon) - Class II
18th July 2018: Regalia (Fancy Dress-My Favourite Youth Icon) - Class II
Scholastic and co-scholastic activities have an equal importance in school for the all-round development of the child. ShreeRam World School conducted the ‘Regalia’ - Fancy Dress Competition for the students of Class II from 9th July to 12th July, 2018. The theme of the event was ‘My Favourite Youth Icon’ where the students depicted eminent personalities from various fields like sports, business, politics etc. Children were dressed up as Indra Nooyi, Sania Mirza, Priyanka Chopra, Virat Kohli etc. They came in colourful costumes and spoke about the character they portrayed. Interestingly, a large number of students look up to different sportspersons as their icons.

The spectators bore witness to the enthusiasm and energy of the young performers and appreciated them thoroughly.

RESULTS:

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

Anika Dhoot

Mercury

I

Anjalika Changmai

Mercury

I

Samaira Batra

Mercury

I

Aseemta Kohli

Mercury

II

Somalika Bharti

Mercury

II

Panav Suri

Mercury

III

Rozleen Kaur

Mercury

III

Mishka Manocha

Venus

I

                Ishaan Sanan

Venus

I

                 Ayan  Sharma

Venus

II

Rishika Tyagi

Venus

II

Navya Sharma

Venus

III

Kaashvi Garg

Venus

   CONSOLATION

Hardik Nahat

Mars

I

Naitik Bhatt

Mars

I

Saranya Gupta

Mars

I

Shivika Ujlayan

Mars

II

Rytham Atri

Mars

II

Arnav Gupta

Mars

III

Agastya Pant

Mars

III

Samriddhi Chaurasia

Jupiter

I

Bhavya Vashistha

Jupiter

II

Khwaish Chauhan

Jupiter

II

Aadita Jain

Jupiter

III

Mishti Arora

Jupiter

III

Tanak Sethi

Jupiter

III


 
 
ALL GIRLS’ BEHES DEBATE TOURNAMENT

ALL GIRLS’ BEHES DEBATE TOURNAMENT
14th July 2018: ALL GIRLS’ BEHES DEBATE TOURNAMENT

“Don't raise your voice, improve your argument." - Desmond Tutu

Students of ShreeRam World School participated in the All Girls’ Behes Debate tournament held at Queen’s Valley School, Dwarka. The debate tournament aimed at contributing to the cause of women empowerment through verbal expression and agency. The theme was ‘Trouble in Paradise’ which exemplifies the contemporary concept of fissures in socio-political systems and the importance of emerging victorious.
The students competed with over 30 teams and had an enriching experience. Prachi Bhakal, Disha Mittal and Harshleen Kaur of Class VII cleared the Qualifying Rounds and made it to the Knockout Rounds. Sandli Mishra of class VIII and Prachi Bhakal of Class VII were amongst the top 30 best speakers of the Qualifying Rounds in the Cubs Division. All the participants presented their views and spoke enthusiastically. They received an overwhelming response from the audience. It was a great learning experience for all of them.



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Special Assembly on Social Media and Youth

Special Assembly on Social Media and Youth
11th July 2018: Special Assembly on Social Media and Youth
“Don't use social media to impress people; use it to impact people.” - Dave Willis

Social media is a word that has become an integral part of everyone’s life in today’s world. It has literally made the world a smaller place, helping people connect, share and exchange information from across the globe. A special assembly was conducted by the students of Class IX on the topic ‘Social Media and Youthon 11th July 2018. The students presented a skit showcasing how people these days are addicted to social media. The line between the virtual world and offline reality has become quite blurred. However, the skit also emphasized how social media offers a global platform to express views and ideas if we embrace it judiciously. The students also sang a foot-tapping rap song highlighting how integral and indispensable social media is in our lives.

The assembly concluded with the Head of School, Ms Sudha Sadangi, urging everyone to use social media wisely and responsibly.



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Madhubani Painting Competition

Madhubani Painting Competition
15th May 2018: Madhubani Painting Competition

“Art in not an imitation and it cannot be taught to anyone. It is an expression of who you are.”

Madhubani painting is a style of Indian painting practiced in the Mithila region of Bihar and the adjoining parts ofTerai in Nepal. These paintings were done traditionally by the women on freshly plastered mud walls and floors of huts but now they are also done on cloth, handmade paper and canvas.

To discover the innate creative talent of students, ShreeRam World School organized a Madhubani Painting Competition on 15th May 2018 for the students of classes VI to IX. The aim of the competition was to encourage, nurture and showcase every child's natural creative flair. It also helped them to learn to explore the extent of theirimagination and express themselves with greater levels of creativity and refinement.

RESULTS:

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

ANANYA SHARMA

VI A

I

SAKSHI SINHA

VI A

II

LAKSHITA

VI A

III

DISHA MITTAL

VII A

I

ANUSKA SAXENA

VII A

II

BHUMI

VII A

II

DRISHTI TRIPATHI

VII A

III

PRACHI BHAKAL

VII A

CONSOLATION

ASHMITA SARKAR

VII A

CONSOLATION

HIMANSHU GODARA

VIII A

I

SNEHA JAIN

VIII A

II

SHRISHTI SINGH

VIII A

III

SHUBHAM SHARMA

IX A

I

MAHIMA NAROLIA

IX A

I

SHIVANJALI BHARDWAJ

IX A

II

MAYANK GUPTA

IX A

III


 
 
Expresso
14th May 2018: Expresso
“Admiration comes easy to a person, who is endowed with the fine art of public speaking, who adorns common thoughts with the grace of elocution, and the elegancy of style.”

ShreeRam World School conducted ‘Expresso’, an Elocution Competition for classes III to V on 14th May 2018. The children spoke with confidence and enthusiasm. Some started their speech with a poem, some with a quote. The objective of this intra-section competition was to make the students confident and better orators so that they can fearlessly express their views on any topic. It was like an outlet for all the students to shrug off their stage fear and speak on the given topic with confidence. The topics were ‘When I Grow Up, I Want to Be’ for class III, ‘Eat Healthy, Be Happy’ for Class IV and ‘The Value of Discipline’ for Class V. They left no stone unturned to give their best. The students showed great fervor and poise in their presentations.

NAME

CLASS

POSITION

SRAGVI BHATNAGAR

III A

I

DIBJOT KAUR

III A

I

AAGUSTYA KUMAR ROY

III A

II

VIHAAN ANTIL

III A

II

ADITYA MARYA

III A

III

SAMAYRA

III A

III

DIPTONEIL MUKHERJEE

III B

I

GANNAN DUA

III B

I

LAVITH ANAND

III B

II

MYRA KABDUWAL

III B

III

JUHI MUNDRA

III B

III

VEDANT CHAKRAVARTI

III C

I

KAAVYANSH

III C

II

ADRIJA DASGUPTA

III C

II

AEVISH DHALL

III C

III

RUHANI BANGA

III C

III

AVIGHNA DAS

III C

CONSOLATION

OMKAR DAHIYA

III C

CONSOLATION

VIVAAN CHADHA

III D

I

YATHARTH KATIAL

III D

I

KIAN BARMAN ROY

III D

II

JAIDEEP SINGH AHUJA

III D

II

KANAV SARMA

III D

III

ADITYA DUBEY

III D

III

ANSH MALIK

IV A

I

NEHAL SAHNI

IV A

II

AANAITA KAUR

IV A

II

DIVYANSHI VERMA

IV A

III

SAISHA RAVI

IV B

I

PRATITI MAJUMDAR

IV B

II

MANITH DUGGAL

IV B

II

ANAYA MAKKAR

IV B

III

DIYA SINGH

IV B

III

HARI MOHAN SAMBYAL

V A

I

DIVYANSHI

V A

II

ASHMIN MALHOTRA

V A

III

ANAISA SHARMA

V B

I

SOUMYA JOHRI

V B

II

HARSH RAJ

V B

III


 
 
Mother’s Day Celebration

Mother’s Day Celebration

Mother’s Day Celebration
09th May 2018: Mother’s Day Celebration
The saying, “God could not be everywhere, so he created mothers” is so true. Our world revolves around our mothers and to honour her, the second Sunday of May is celebrated as Mother’s Day every year. This year, Mother’s Day is on May 13 and to pay tribute to that one special person in our lives, students of Class VIII of ShreeRam World School conducted a special assembly.

The students soulfully recited poems to appreciate and thank for all their mothers do for them. They sang a beautiful song to show love for their mothers and telling them that no matter how far they are apart, they will always hold the first place in their children’s heart. The girls showcased a heartening dance performance on the song ‘Ma meri ma’. Ms Priyanka presented a melodious song dedicated to all the mothers.

The Head of School, Ms Sudha Sadangi appreciated the efforts of the students for presenting such a heartwarming assembly and motivated all the students to help and respect their mothers for their unconditional love and support and being the pillars of strength in their lives.

On the occasion of Mother’s Day, various activities like Card Making, Scrapbook Making etc. were organized with a view to sensitize the children and encourage them to make the day memorable for their mothers.



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Special Assembly on Labour Day

Special Assembly on Labour Day

Special Assembly on Labour Day
01st May 2018: Special Assembly on Labour Day
 

"One can do anything but not everything…

So we need the support of people around us to achieve our goals."


Labour Day is usually celebrated on 1st May every year. This day is also known as the May day. It is celebrated in order to acknowledge the achievements of workers. It is a day specially dedicated to celebrate hard work and determination of the workers. Labour Day has its origins in the
labour union movement,when  the working class went on strike to defend their rights and to safeguard their interests. 

On the occasion of Labour Day, the students of class VII A had the privilege of conducting the morning assembly displaying gratitude and admiration for the school’s support staff. A well scripted skit and a poem recitation by the students delighted everyone. The objective was to teach children about the importance and value of Labour day. Students appreciated the dedication of the school support staff and thanked them. A melodious song was also sung by the students to highlight the importance of hard work.

Head of School, Ms. Sudha Sadangi, also thanked the support staff for their hard work and loyalty to the institution. She encouraged students to respect all those who make our life easy.

 

 



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Dhara Utsav 2018
24th April 2018: Dhara Utsav 2018

ShreeRam World School, Sector 10, Dwarka participated in the Singing Competition as part of Dhara Utsav 2018 on 24th April held at N.K. Bagrodia Global School, Dwarka. The theme of the competition was ‘Dhara Ka Uphar Bemisal’. A large number of prestigious schools participated in the event and the students of ShreeRam World School bagged the trophy for the third prize. Well done!

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Earth Day Celebrations

Earth Day Celebrations

Earth Day Celebrations
20th April 2018: Earth Day Celebrations
"Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's need but not every man's greed"
- MAHATMA GANDHI
Mother Earth is a common expression for the planet earth in a number of countries and regions, which reflects the interdependence that exists among human beings, other living species and the planet we all inhabit. The Earth and its ecosystems are our home. In order to achieve a just balance among the economic, social, and environmental needs of present and future generations, it is necessary to promote harmony with nature and the Earth.

Our planet Earth has its own day of celebration: April 22nd every year. It's a day when we pause to think about the environment. It's a great day to showcase environmental education, highlight effort to green the school and engage the whole student community in making a difference. Keeping the same message in mind, a special assembly was conducted by Class VI students at ShreeRam World School on April 20, 2018 which conveyed the message towards protecting our precious earth and its valuable resources, so that they can be available to us for many years to come.

The students of class VI presented a foot tapping song 'Together we can change the world', which enlightened the students and everyone else present about the importance of our Mother Earth. They spoke on the significance of the day and instigated their fellow mates to save, love and respect Mother Nature with all their heart and soul.

On the occasion of the Earth Day, an array of creative activities like Poster Making, Bookmark Making and various colouring activities were organized with a view to sensitize the children about the conservation of natural resources and to motivate them to do their bit towards making their planet even more beautiful.

The whole school was filled with heart-warming and ecologically poignant art works and displays done by students.



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WORKSHOP ON NEWSPAPER READING

WORKSHOP ON NEWSPAPER READING
12th April 2018: WORKSHOP ON NEWSPAPER READING
"The newspaper is a greater treasure to the people than uncounted millions of gold."
- Henry Ward Beecher
ShreeRam World School organized a Times NIE workshop for the students of classes III to IX to familiarize them with the Times NIE Student Edition and helping them gain an insight into the various benefits it provides to the students. The workshop was conducted by MsVandanaTandon from Times NIE.

It was an insightful session which encouraged students to explore by thinking with a creative and analytical mind, thus, bringing about their all-round development. The children bubbled with enthusiasm on knowing that the customized Student Edition has been packed with a plethora of activities and content aimed at smarter and superior learning experience for them which will enable these young adults to understand the fascinating world better.

The students were also intrigued to know that the content in Times NIE is crafted to enable them to gain knowledge about their topics of interest and thus enrich the knowledge of the students. The students were also made aware of various ways in which the NIE Student Edition gives education a new dimension by fostering the habit of reading, which in turn makes themwell-informed and confident.



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Inter-School Yogathon Championship
06th April 2018: Inter-School Yogathon Championship

ShreeRam World School, Sector 10, Dwarka participated in the 6th Inter-School Yogathon Championship on 6th April 2018 held at N.K. Bagrodia Public School, Sector 4, Dwarka. The atmosphere was vibrant with majority of the schools in Dwarka participating in the event. All the students performed brilliantly and Aryan from Class VII bagged a bronze medal. Well done!

 
 
AFC Women's Football Fiesta

AFC Women's Football Fiesta

AFC Women's Football Fiesta
08th March 2018: AFC Women's Football Fiesta

The importance of sports in the life of a young student is invaluable. Sports and games are the ways of enhancing the children’s mental and physical growth. They help them in character building and provides them energy and strength. A healthy diet and an active lifestyle will bring good results in the children’s lifestyle, minds and bodies. ShreeRam World School organized a ‘Women’s Football Fiesta’ on 8th March 2018 for the girls of the age group 3-13 years as part of an initiative by AFC (Asian Football Confederation). The Head of School, Ms Sudha Sadangi, 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 festival sought to develop and increase participation of women and girls in football. The event proved to be a grand success to underline the benefits for girls participating in sports because of the long-term positive effects they can have on their well-being and livelihood.



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Visit to National Rail Museum

Visit to National Rail Museum
06th March 2018: Visit to National Rail Museum
Trips and excursions are an integral part of the learning process. An educational trip instils a sense of appreciation for the wonders of the world and exposes one to our cultural heritage. In order to achieve this, ShreeRam World School conducted an excursion for the students of Class I to the National Rail Museum, Chanakyapuri. The children were thrilled to witness the rail heritage of India. They saw various informative models based on the Indian Railways. They were excited to see exhibits of wagons, coaches and engines displayed in the exhibition hall. The toy-train ride was an experience in itself for the children. Every time it passed through a tunnel, the ecstatic students clapped and cheered. It was a great learning experience for the children and they enjoyed it thoroughly. Exposing children to newer experiences arouses their curiosity about the world around them. The school aims at providing them with opportunities to explore and learn about what lies beyond the walls of the school and home, and gain the exposure to take on the world.

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Special Assembly on Holi

Special Assembly on Holi

Special Assembly on Holi
28th February 2018: Special Assembly on Holi

“Colour is a power which directly influences the soul.”

 
Holi is the festival of colours which signifies the victory of good over evil. It is celebrated to spread the message of love, harmony and brotherhood.

To rejoice in the spirit of this colourful festival, a special assembly was conducted by the students of Class I Daisy on ‘Holi.’ The assembly began with a short skit through which the audience was enlightened about the significance of the festival. The students spoke about the significance of the ‘Colours of the Rainbow’.  They also presented an enthralling Holi Rap- ‘Fir Holi aayi re’ which aimed at motivating the audience to celebrate the festival in an environment-friendly way. The assembly concluded with a scintillating dance performance by the students, on a medley of popular holi songs which made everyone tap their feet.

The head of the school Ms. Sudha Sadangi addressed the assembly and appreciated the efforts of the students for their immense hard work and dedication.

 



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Let's Scratch
23rd February 2018: Let's Scratch

The world is changing, and technological advancements are popping up at an incredible rate. If we want the leaders of tomorrow to be able to rise to any challenge, it’s vital to instill a love of technology in them. Computers make the learning process a lot more simple and efficient, giving students access to tools and methods of faster learning. 

Scratch is a great software for programming and is easy to use. It gives children a better understanding on how games and applications work. It helps them think in a logical way. 

In order to boost the computing skills and problem-solving ability of the students of ShreeRam World School, Let’s Scratch activity was conducted for the students of classes III-VIII. Students were thrilled to learn various animation effects and mathematical tools using programming in Scratch. 

 


 
 
Visit to Qutub Minar

Visit to Qutub Minar

Visit to Qutub Minar
21st February 2018: Visit to Qutub Minar
"Tell me and I forget.Teach me and I remember.Involve me and I learn."
Experiential and Outdoor Learning is an essential component of the school curriculum.An educational trip is one of the most enjoyable ways to infuse knowledge in our children. To accomplish this, ShreeRam World School conducted anexcursion for the children of classes III to Vto The Qutub Complex in Mehrauli.Beautifully landscaped gardens,lush green lawns and a majestic tower in the centre welcomed everyone. The children were thrilled to see the tallest brick minaret of the world.

They were very inquisitive,enthusiastic and eager to know about the rich cultural heritage. The aura,the architecture and craftsmanship of the beautiful towerand the premises left the students highly impressed.They were completely enamoured by the world’s metallurgical wonder,the Iron Pillar. After the visit, the children sat together in groups in the lawns and played games where they got a chance to know about their classmates outside the boundary of the school. The sweet memories of the place will remain with them for a long time as 'What we learn with pleasure,we never forget.'



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