The students of class I were enthralled with a magical extravaganza to kickstart the new session. A magic show was organised for the tiny tots leaving the children mesmerised in a magical world where flowers and ribbons flutter around from nowhere. It was indeed a magical start for the kiddies who were completely tuned into the show till the very end.
To start off the new session with smiling notes and exploring the wonder world with great eagerness.
The pupils learnt different magical tricks.
7th Feb 2014:Sports Day
To encourage physical development among the students.
To inculcate team spirit among the children.
To make the students acquire knowledge of various kinds of sports.
"As reading is for healthy mind so is sports for a healthy body". Keeping this viewpoint in mind, Salwan Public School(Afternoon) organised its Annual Sports Day on February 7, 2014.Among the major spectators were Honourable Director Major (Retired) S.K. Kohli and Mrs.Kohli , the Heads of the sister institutions, Head (Afternoon)Mrs.Mukul Jha , Head Mistress (Afternoon)Mrs. Premila Sharma, the parents and the students therein.
The event was started with an opening performance of the children who, with their melodious voice, sang a beautiful Sanskrit hymn. It was truly a mellifluous performance. This programme was followed by a very enthusiastic and energetic performance of senior students. The students have put in their best efforts to exhibit their talents depicting the contribution of the national heroes who laid down their lives in the war in order to save our motherland.
There was a special performance of Skating where students beautifully demonstrated roller skating skills highlighting their talents. They demonstrated three styles " Group Artistic, Figure Skating and Slalom Skating".It does not matter who you are or where you come from, the ability to triumph begins with you always. It is the women's empowerment that leads a nation to progress. Women must feel empowered and have a sense of self-esteem, importance and courage. They must learn basic self-defence for their personal safety taking into consideration the growing crime rate against women's safety in the country. A dance performance was presented by the senior students expressing their sentiments over the same.
Gymnastics is a combination of flexibility, co-ordination, strength and speed. So the girls displayed a rhythmic gymnastics with hula hoops and ribbons. The energetic and agile group of boys of primary classes III and IV displayed an artistic creativity of gymnastics. They certainly performed very well and were well applauded and appreciated by the members of audience. The students displayed all the levels of gymnastics from basic to advanced.
Another eye catching event was the different kinds of racing conducted on the tracks made in the school playground. For classes I and II, there was a race wherein the participants had to run and collect the things lined up on his/her track and put them in the basket without dropping things that were collected earlier from the track. Students of class III enthusiastically participated in the hurdle race. The participants of class III gave a tough competition to each other to win over and the deserving ones won it over. Class IV students had to balance themselves on one leg to cover the 80m range in the "One Legged Race" and they came out with bright and shining results. Class V students enthusiastically blew the balloons and ran to win over the race- "Blow the Balloon:. Flat race was organised for students of classes VI - X in a sequence.
The members of audience were addressed by encouraging words of Honourable Director Major (Retired) S.K Kohli. He gave a very impressive speech thanking and applauding the efforts of all the participants and the staff members for organising such an interesting and engrossing event. Head (Afternoon)Mrs.Mukul Jha also addressed the audience and the parents with an encouraging vote of thanks and appreciation.
In the end, the winners were awarded with certificates by the Head (Afternoon) Mrs.Mukul Jha and Head mistress (Afternoon) Mrs.Premila Sharma, passionately praising the winners and encouraging the runner-ups. The event was concluded bythe National Anthem and hence ended the beautiful event well organised by the school.
The students thoroughly enjoyed the event.
The participants gained self confidence in themselves.
By looking at the performances, the students who were sitting as spectators also felt inspired and encouraged to participate in the next year�s Annual Sports Day.
The students were able to gain some knowledge related to various kinds of sports.
4th Feb 2014:BASANT PANCHMI CELEBRATION
LEARNING OBJECTIVE :
To make students aware about this famous festival that marks the end of the winter season and ushers in the springtime. The celebration of the Basant Panchami is centered on the Hindu goddess Sarasvati.
The celebration of the Basant Panchami is centered on the Hindu goddess Sarasvati. Sarasvati is the goddess of wisdom. She embodies the different facets of learning such as the sciences, arts, crafts and skills. She is said to be calm and collected. She is often pictured seated on a lotus or a peacock, wearing a white dress.
To celebrate this festival in our school students presented a special assembly. Assembly started with "SARASWATI VANDANA" presented by the students of class VI B. Then "SANSKRIT SHLOKAS RECITATION COMPETITION" was also conducted where students from classes VI to VIII participated. They recited SANSKRIT SHLOKAS and also explained their meaning in Hindi.
Students were able to understand that Basant Panchmi is a Hindu festival that includes special rituals and highlights the start of spring season. Students were also asked to worship their books and pray to goddess saraswati to bless them with great intellect and wisdom to become good human beings.
31st January 2014:Kids For Tigers
To sensitize the students towards tigers.
To inculcate the feeling of saving tigers among the students before they become extinct
"Leave Me Alone" say the tigers to convey the message among the students. Keeping this viewpoint in mind, Salwan Public School organized a Kids For Tigers event on January 31,2014. Various competitions were conducted, keeping in mind the theme of "Leave Me Alone". Several renowned schools of Delhi participated in this event. Competitions like Nukkad Natak added to the glory of this event. Competitions like face painting, tattoo making and rangoli making added to the aesthetic sense of the event. There was a very innovative Fashion show where students dressed themselves up by using waste material and that was the name given in the real sense to the competition as "Best out of Waste".
It was a glorious moment for Salwan Public School(Afternoon) when it bagged the third prize in Nukkad Natak competition, consolation prize in Best out of Waste competition and third prize in an ear catching competition wherein each group of students had to produce music from the junk which was very rhythmic and innovative.
The students enjoyed the event thoroughly.
The students got the opportunity to know the importance of tigers.
The students realized the utility of waste products, thus promoting the four R'S i.e Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Recover.
27th Jan 2014: Republic Day Celebration
Objective of Celebration :
In honour of the date on which the Constitution of India came into force, after the discarding the Government of India Act, 1935, we celebrated Republic Day .
Celebrating Republic Day became integral to the life of every Indian since 26 January, 1950 when India was declared a Republic. Marked as a national holiday, Republic Day is when we salute our martyrs who laid their lives for the defense of the country.
Highlights of the programme :
Fashion show by the students of classes IV and V to showcase different states.
Dances performed by the students to support the patriotic event.
Skit to pay a tribute to the life of B.R . Ambedkar .
The stage is set for a grand expression of patriotism during the Republic Day celebrations . Participants were appreciated and encouraged . Every one carried the feelings of the patriotism back to their home .
13th Jan 2014: Makar Sankranti Celebration
To make students understand the importance of Makar sankranti
To acquaint them with our rich culture and tradition
On January 13,a special assembly on Makar Sankranti was conducted by Mother Teresa house. Students were told about the importance of this auspicious festival. Students read various articles on how this festival of prosperity is celebrated in different states of India.