Events

One Nation Reading Together, 2018

Celebrating the joys of reading like every year, ‘One Nation Reading together’, an annual event, was observed under the aegis of Scholastic India at Arwachin International School with full zeal and enthusiasm. On this occasion the students of all the classes voted for their most favourite book in the category of 1 to 3 ,4 to 6 and 7 to 11 and the results were displayed on a reading book worm collage. To start the reading hour students read out the reading pledge and read their favourite books with uninterrupted pleasure. All the students from LKG to class 11 participated in the event wholeheartedly.

    PRE – PRIMARY
    SPELL – WELL COMPETITION (2018-2019)

          A Spell-well Competition of classes L.K.G. and U.K.G. was held on 30th November 2018. The teachers selected the finalists after 2 prelim rounds. Finally 6 students were short listed for the final round. The students of all the classes participated enthusiastically. 

    In the finals, different questions were asked from the participants in each round. It included all the subjects. And the students performed extremely well.  At last the results were announced.

     

    The winners of   L.K.G. were :

    I                       L.K.G –  A  Anirudh and Hisha Malhotra..

    II                      L.K.G -  B  Amvi Singh and Rachit Upadhyay.

    III                    L.K.G – C    Aashira Kandare and Arshika Nautiyal.                                                   

     

    The winners of   U.K.G. were :

    I                       U.K.G –   C   Ikra Raza and Aman                   

    II                      U.K.G –   B      Shivoham and Aarohi Sharma  

    III                    U.K.G –   A      Aadya and Shravya Shukla                    

      MOCK FIRE DRILL

      A mock fire and evacuation drill involving students, teachers and non-teaching staff was conducted from Pre-Primary I to class XI on 29th November 2018 to create awareness among the students about disaster management and  the ways to respond swiftly in times of such emergency situation. The teachers were positioned at the exit points to guide and assist the students in the mock drill. The drill started moments after the fire alarm alerted everyone. The students were immediately evacuated from their classroom and other activity areas. They were asked to gather in the ground. The motive of the drill was to prepare the students and teachers for any such event. The mock drill helped us to check the readiness of the school to face any such fire emergency and also to make students and staff aware about the Fire Fighting rescue operation. 

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          Inter House Indian Music Competition

          Music is the greatest communication in the world. It’s the movement of the sound to reach the soul. For thousands of years, in all cultures, people appreciate singing.

          An Inter house Indian Music competition was organized for classes 6 to 10 on 27th November, 2018. The students could be seen learning their lyrics, practicing singing and reworking their pitches before the program. There were three different categories of the competition- solo, duet and group.

          The students of the Solo category stole every one’s heart by singing classical rags like Raag Bageshri, Raag Bhoopali, Vrindavani Sarang etc. The result is as follows:

          1st Manu Rai (10A) of  Tagore house  

          2ndAnsh Awasthi  (6B)  of Tilak House

          3rd Kokila Rohatgi (7A) of Bose house

          4th Siddhant  Agarwal (9A) of Shastri House

          In a duet, both the performers have to harmonize with each other. The students tried their level best to synchronize with each other. The result in the duet category is as follows:

                      1st Kokila (7A)Vibhuti (8A)  of Bose house

                     2nd  Oshin (7B) and S.A.Harshini (7C) of Shastri house

                     3rd   Aryansh (7C) and Khyati of (7B) of Tilak house

          The students of all the four houses – Shastri, Tilak, Bose and Tagore sang melodiously.  Each singer was enveloped in his own space and gave his best go. The songs were sung with so much of devotion that transported the audience to a different realm. It was one of the most rewarding experiences for the performers. The result in the group category is as follows:

                    1st Bose house-“Aa chal ke tujhe”

                    2nd Tagore house-“Aye malik tere bande hum”

                    3rd  Shastri house-“Jaise suraj ki garmi se          

                    4th Tilak house-“ Tu pyar ka sagar hai”

          Mrs. Nair appreciated the effort of the teachers as well as the students.

           

            Annual Exhibition (2018-19)

            Imagination is more important than knowledge. It encircles the world. To give wings to the imagination of the young minds, Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden organized its annual exhibition on November 24th, 2018. The students of classes I to V displayed their love for science through various working models and also performed a number of experiments to showcase their understanding of the subject. The exhibits like Germination of seed, Hydraulic city, solar city and many more were displayed, demonstrated and explained by the participants. The spectators and teachers were greatly impressed by their performances.

            This event was in true sense a tool to improve the scientific knowledge of the children and certainly it helped the students to express their creativity and to cultivate a scientific temperament.

            The esteemed guest Fr. G.B. Patrick, Principal, St. Joseph Academy and judges Mrs. Manisha, Ms. Bhawna, Mrs. Rao and Ms. Shalini along with Mrs. Nair, Principal, Arwachin International School, took keen interest in viewing the exhibits and interacting with the students. They applauded and appreciated the students for their wonderful ideas and making this event a success.

              Pre Primary Exhibition Report

              The pre- primary and the primary wing of the Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden, organized exhibition on the 24th of November, 2018. It was inaugurated by one of our parent Mrs Jisha Mehra and Mrs. Priyasha Babbar lit the lamp, the first parents to visit the exhibition. Principal of St. Joseph Academy, Sarita Vihar, Fr. G.B.Patrick, our Principal Mrs. Nair and the teachers from Arwachin Pilakhua added grace to the occasion with their presence. 

               The Pre–Primary flaunted an integrated creative work of the tiny- tots done in their academic session (2018- 19).

               It was very encouraging as well as surprising to see the creativity put on display and the confidence with which the young ones were explaining the details of the things exhibited, to the parents, teachers and the guests.  The expert guidance and the efforts put in by the teachers and the students were abundantly visible all over. There were individual as well as integrated projects and activities on display.

               

                A TALK ON ORGAN DONATION

                A small session on Organ donation was organized at Arwachin International School by Dadhichi Deh Daan Samiti on 20th November 24, 2018.

                 Dadhichi Deh Daan Samiti is a society dedicated to promoting the cause of body-organ donation after death. It has more than 10,000 registered donors. The society acts in close co-ordination with ORBO and anatomy department of Medical College in Delhi.

                 

                The honourable members of the organization, Mr. Yogendra Aggarwal, Mr. Mahesh Pant, Mr. Anil Verma, Dr. Abhishek and Dr. Vishal Chadha, were present to conduct the session which was an eye-opener for the students as well as the teachers. It was surprising to know that India lags far behind other countries in organ donation. There is a wide gap between patients who need transplant and the organs that are available in India.

                 It was an interesting and interactive session which aimed at making the audience aware about the need of organ donation. The resource people answered all the queries of the students and removed the hesitation about donating organs. They motivated and encouraged the students and the teachers towards organ donation in their lives.

                  INTER HOUSE G.K QUIZ

                  A quiz can function throughout a course as an informative feedback device allowing both the instructor and the students to see where they are excelling or need more focus. In order to effectively create exams and quizzes, it is important to establish and understand the learning objectives that are being measured.”

                  G.K quiz was held on 20 November, 2018 in the school auditorium. The students of classes 6 to 9 and 11 participated with great enthusiasm and enjoyed the programme.

                  The quiz had four rounds which included questions from a variety of topics such as health, sports, science and technology, Indian History , Language and Literature and logical reasoning which generated lots of excitement among the participants as well as the audience and teachers.

                  The quiz concluded with the declaration of the results.  Bose House won with 90 points followed by Tilak House with 70 points, Shastri house with 65 points and Tagore House with 50 points.

                   

                    Interactive Assembly of class 6A

                    Mahatma Gandhi said, “It’s health that is real wealth, and not pieces of gold and silver,”

                    The students of class 6A presented their Interactive assembly on 19th November, 2018. The theme was FITNESS.

                    Fitness plays a very important role in our lives and people who are fit are less prone to diseases. The students presented ‘Yoga’ where they harmonized the body with the mind through breathing exercises and asanas. The next group performed ‘Bhangraerobics’ which is in vogue these days. It is a vivacious and dynamic dance form of Punjab gelled with aerobics steps. The audience was thrilled to see the performance of the students. Dancing has always been a fantastic way to burn calories while having fun. The boys’ group shook their legs to the tunes of the song ‘I’m better when I’m dancing’. The lastgroup presented ‘Zumba’. The students performed to the energetic music of ‘Cheap Thrills’ which was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.

                    The students of 6A could successfully send across this message that a person who is fit is capable of living life to its fullest.

                      INTERHOUSE MATHS QUIZ COMPETITION

                      A Maths Inter House Quiz Competition was organized on 19th November 2018 for 6th to 10th standard. One student from each standard was selected for all the four houses. There were 3 rounds. The first round was Calculation Round, to test the ability of the students to solve mathematical expressions. The second round was Visual Round which was a buzzer round in which the students were shown one image and they had to answer a question based on the image. The participant who pressed the buzzer first was given the chance to answer. The third and final round was the Rapid Fire Round in which the students had to answer maximum number of questions in 1 minute. It was quite a close competition.

                      The Quiz helped the students in enhancing their analytical thinking. Shastri House won the competition with 280 points. Tagore House bagged the 2nd position with 260 points. Tilak and Bose House stood 3rd and 4th with 250 and 235 points respectively. The audience cheered wholeheartedly for their houses.

                        CHILDREN’S DAY (15th NOVEMBER 2018)

                        The Primary and the Pre –Primary wing celebrated the Children’s Day on 15th November 2018 with great zeal and enthusiasm. The children’s day celebration started with the movie Chain khuli ki main khuli. Then there was a special Dance Performance by the teachers for the children followed by a mesmerizing Magic Show. The children were then surprised with a treat of candy floss. After that they went to the DJ floor and enjoyed dancing with their friends and teachers. They enjoyed the yummy snacks provided by the school. After lunch, they were taken to the ground for a horse cart ride. At the end of the day they were given a Banana Box as a Gift. Overall it was a very enjoyable and memorable day for them as it was full of fun and frolic.

                          INTER-HOUSE INDIAN MUSIC COMPETITION 2018 (1 to 5)

                          An Inter-House Indian Music Competition for classes 1 to 5 was held at Arwachin International School on 12th November, 2018. The comparing of the program was done by Shonal Yadav of class 5-C.

                          It is an old saying, “Music is beyond any language”. It has a power to calm down human minds and generate positive energies. Keeping this thought in mind, every year such competitions are organized.

                          The competition was divided into three categories- solo, duet and group performance. The four fervent houses participated enthusiastically. The theme of solo round was Indian Classical songs. The participants were-

                          Shastri House

                          Hansika (3C)

                          Tilak House

                          Vasu Goyal (3A)

                          Bose House

                          Kashish (5A)

                          Tagore House

                          Sanskriti Agarwal (4C)

                          The theme of the duet round was Bhajan and Light Music. The participants were-

                          Shastri House

                          Harsheen (4C) & Jenya (4B)

                          Tilak House

                          Medhavi (4C) & Dhanya (5C)

                          Bose House

                          Anik Raghav (4C) & Akshara (4A)

                          Tagore House

                          Sabhya (5b) & Kavyansh (4A)

                          The theme of the group round was Children Songs. The students from classes 1-5 participated in the group round.

                          In solo round, Vasu Goyal of Tilak House stood first. The second position was bagged by Kashish of Bose House and the third position has been shared between Hansika of Shastri House and Sanskriti of Tagore House.

                          In duet round, Medhavi and Dhanya of Tilak House bagged first position, Anik Raghav and Akshara of Bose House bagged second position, followed by Sabhya and  Kavyansh of Tagore House.

                          In group performances, Bose House came first. Tilak House stood second and Shastri House bagged third position.

                            Diwali Celebration at AIS

                            The much awaited festival, the festival of lights, Diwali was celebrated with much enthusiasm and traditional fervor at Arwachin International School on 5th November 2018.  The students of classes 6th to  12th presented a special assembly on this festive occasion and shared valuable information about the festival , which teaches us the way of living a happy  and contented life. The assembly commenced with the lighting of the lamp by our honourable Director, Mr. Sharma,  and our admirable  Principal, Mrs. Swapna Nair. The students highlighted the importance of this day when Lord Rama returned  to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile  by singing a devotional song ‘Aaye hain prabhu Shri Ram’ followed by the chanting of 108 names of Goddess Lakshmi. Today we all share good relationships with our parents, brothers and sisters but the true devotion and sacrifice can only be learnt from the Great Ramayana. Showcasing the difference between todays’ relationships and the relationships shared by the people of Treta Yug, a drama was staged by the students of classes 6 to 9. Music is deeply rooted in our souls, the  young instrumentalists enthralled the audience with their breathtaking performance.  According to a report, one Diwali night pollutes the city as much as it gets polluted the whole year. Our students gave a very strong message of saying no to crackers through a Nukkar Natak. The show came to a close with a sensational dance performance of the students of classes 6-9.  Our honourable director, Mr. Sharma and our highly regarded Principal, Mrs.  Nair, congratulated the teachers and the students for a very beautiful show.

                              Pre- Primary Diwali Celebration

                              The pre- primary wing of Arwachin International School, celebrated Diwali on 05.11.2018. The festival of lights began with great pomp and show. The occasion was graced by the presence of our honorable Principal madam, Mrs. Nair. The programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp. It was an auspicious beginning. The programme began with ‘ Ganesh  vandana’ and ‘Saraswati Vandana’  by our tiny tots. After this, was a lovely recitation by the little ones of LKG, ‘Diwali Night’ followed by an enchanting song, ‘Diwali Roshni Wali’  by UKG . It was succeeded by a very enticing dance by little Arwachinians depicting’ Ram Darbar’. An important message was given through a ‘Nukkad Natak’ by our little ones about Green Diwali. The last and definitely not the least, was a very enchanting dance by the students of UKG on ‘Aayee hai Diwali’. A pledge was taken by all the teachers and children “Say no to crackers”. Mr. Sharma also graced the occasion with his presence. Honourable Director sir and respected  Principal ma’am were very pleased by the performances and praised the participants for the same. They wished everyone a very Happy Diwali and after the National Anthem, the day was called.                                                                                                 

                                SPORTS  DAY, 2018

                                Arwachin International, Dilshad Garden commemorated Sports Day, Pre- Primary on 5th of November, 2018. The children were filled with lot of gusto and zeal. The Principal, Mrs. Nair and Miss. Sharma grace the occasion with their presence.

                                The day began with the lighting of the lamp and Mrs. Nair released the balloon and declared the meet open. There was a fabulous display of colorful drills i.e. Ribbon drill, Tambourine drill, Saree drill, pom-pom drill, Bamboo drill followed by yoga with music by L.K.G and U.K.G children. They showcased their talents to the best. All the children participated in the races energetically and won the medals too. At the end the children were praised for their enthusiasm and sportsmanship by Mrs.Nair and Miss. Sharma.

                                The children were full of energy and enthusiasm to the end. They had a great time. The day was called with the national Anthem.

                                  ‘ANTI-CRACKER CAMPAIGN’

                                  The students and teachers of Arwachin International School environment ambassador organized an ‘Anti- Cracker Rally’ outside the school on 3rd Nov’18 to generate awareness among the masses to celebrate a green and pollution free diwali. The Principal, Mrs. Swapna Nair motivated the students to move towards a safer and a cleaner diwali and celebrate the festival with its true spirit. The students and teachers carried out a rally round the school campus and enthusiastically raised slogans like Humari dhaarti hum hi bachaye, bina patakhe diwali manaaye and Na shor, Na dhamakha, Iss baar no patakha’. They attracted the pedestrians and other spectators. They spread awareness through banners and posters designed for the same. The rally concluded within the school with a pledge to say no to crackers and with an aim to celebrate diwali with its true spirit and spread happiness. 

                                    VIGILANCE AWARENESS WEEK
                                    (29TH OCTOBER-3RD NOVEMBER, 2018)

                                    Arwachin International School observed the vigilance awareness week from 29th October to 3rd November, 2018 on the theme “Eradicate Corruption-build a new India”. A pledge was taken by all students and teachers to encourage them to promote integrity, transparency and accountability in public life. Discussions were held by all the teachers in the classes to help the students understand the concept of corruption and to sensitize them to make efforts to weed out corruption .In addition to this, an assembly was held by class 12which generated awareness about the ill efforts of corruption and the threat posed by it. The activities organised by the teachers such as poster-making, Essay-Writing etc were effectively successful to encourage the children to collectively participate in the prevention and fight against corruption and build a new and better India.

                                      INTER-HOUSE G.K. QUIZ (CLASSES 1 -5)

                                      General knowledge is something that really helps us to grow both on personal as well as academic level. An individual’s personality can be judged by his up-to-date general knowledge of various subjects and current affairs in different domains that makes him an intelligent person.

                                      “The pursuit of knowledge is never ending. The day you stop seeking knowledge is the day you stop growing.”

                                      Keeping this noble thought in mind Arwachin International School organized an Inter House GK Quiz for Classes 1 to 5 on November 2, 2018. The four different houses with four fervent participants from each house gave a tough battle to each other. The participants had to go through different mind boggling rounds consisting of questions and audio visuals related to current affairs, science, mathematics, sports, and many more. Tilak house won the quiz with 390 points and secured the first position. Tilak house secured the second position with 375 points, followed by Bose house with 370 points and Shastri house with 340 points respectively. The participants were:

                                      House

                                      Class 1

                                      Class 2

                                      Class 3

                                      Class 4

                                      Class 5

                                      Tagore

                                      Avani

                                       (1-B)

                                      Unnati

                                       (2-A)

                                      Maurvi

                                      (3-B)

                                      Kavyansh

                                      (4-A)

                                      Kushagra

                                      (5-A)

                                      Tilak

                                      Dhruv Garg

                                      (1-C)

                                      Arnav Jain

                                      (2-A)

                                      Ansh Bansal

                                      (3-B)

                                      Vasu

                                      (4-A)

                                      Divyanshu

                                      (5-A)

                                      Shastri

                                      Navika

                                      (1-A)

                                      Rishabh

                                      (2-C)

                                      Anshul

                                      (3-A)

                                      Kartik

                                      (4-A)

                                      Gaurav

                                      (5-B)

                                      Bose

                                      Ranya

                                      (1-C)

                                      Aditi

                                      (2-B)

                                      Anirvan

                                      (3-B)

                                      Armaan

                                      (4-A)

                                      Tanvi

                                      (5-A)

                                       

                                      It was a very informative and knowledge enriching competition for the participants along with the audience. The students displayed ecstatic spirit and enjoyed the quiz to the fullest.

                                       

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                                        PRIMARY MATH QUIZ
                                           ...Events

                                        PRIMARY MATH QUIZ

                                        On 1st Nov’18 an Inter-house Math Quiz was organized for the students of classes 1-5. The first round was open for all and was conducted in the classes before-hand. The final participants were-

                                        Bose house:      Kaavyansh        -   Class 1
                                                                Payas Vijay       -   Class 2
                                                                Bhuvi Sharma   - Class 3

                                                                ArmaanPathak -  Class 4

                                                                Sairam  -               Class 5

                                        Shastri house:   Abhinav Singh   - Class 1
                                                                ArnavBaliyan   -   Class 2
                                                                AnshulSharma  - Class 3

                                        Ihita Mishra      -   Class 4
                                        Kabir Bhutani   -   Class 5

                                         

                                        Tagore house:  AdvikVashishth- Class 1

                                        AkshajSaklani -   Class 2

                                        Chaitanya Say  -   Class 3

                                        MayankTomar-    Class 4

                                        ShriyaaAggarwal Class 5

                                         

                                        Tilak house:    LavanyaBisht     - Class 1

                                        RaghavPanwar- Class 2

                                        AnshBansal      - Class 3

                                        PragyaGoel       - Class 4

                                        KartikBaliyan   - Class 5  

                                         

                                        On the day of the quiz the rounds were as follows-

                                         

                                        Round 1- Answer the questions.

                                        Round 2- The visual round.

                                        Round 3- Rapid fire.

                                        After all the rounds the final score board had the following scores-

                                        I-                Tilak House-     450 points

                                        II-              Tagore House- 420 points

                                        III-            Bose House-     380 points

                                        IV-            Shastri House- 355 points

                                          Online Quiz By Petroleum Conservation Research Association

                                          Date: 1st November’18

                                          Fuel is a natural resource that produces useful energy when it undergoes a chemical or nuclear reaction. But fuel is not manmade and it occurs only naturally, so its judicious use is much more needed not for today but for future generation too. We do not need fuel only to run our vehicles only, but it needs to run our life and better environment too. However, fuels are non renewable source of energy which are getting depleted so there is an urgent need to conserve fuels.

                                           In order to encourage the same amongst the students an online quiz was conducted at Arwachin International School on 31st October’18 on fuel conservation and environment by PCRA under the supervision of Ms. Ambika Verma and Mrs Anjali Sharma.13 students from classes 8-10 participated in the quiz with utmost dedication and enthusiasm. The motto of the quiz was to inculcate the awareness and the values in the students for our environment and surroundings. The main topics of concern were Agriculture, Conservation, Environment, Energy and Fuel. It was an enriching experience for the students.

                                           

                                           

                                            Card Making Competition

                                             A card making competition was organized in Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden on 1st November 2018. The students of classes 1-10 participated in the competition. They made beautiful cards to display their creativity and imagination. Each card was a pleasure to look at. The principal of the school, Mrs. Swapna Nair, was delighted to look at the plethora of such creative cards. She appreciated all the students for their effort. The cards of all the winners were displayed at the reception after the competition.

                                            The results of the competition are as follows:

                                            Class

                                            I

                                            II

                                            III

                                            Class 1

                                            Aadya Garg

                                            Kavyansh

                                            Abhinav

                                            Class 2

                                            Arnav Jain

                                            Lavanya Maheshwari

                                            Vatsalya

                                            Class 3

                                            Hansika

                                            Kashvee

                                            Ansh

                                            Class 4

                                            Medhavi

                                            Taniya

                                            Jenya

                                            Class 5

                                            Sarah Javed

                                            Vanshika Jain

                                            Chetan Dhawan

                                            Class 6

                                            Vansh

                                            Sanya

                                            Aryan Khera

                                            Class 7

                                            Kokila

                                            Hardik

                                            Ishika

                                            Class 8

                                            Megha

                                            Gunjan

                                            Aliza

                                            Class 9

                                            Tanisha

                                            Padmalkshmi

                                            Priyamvada

                                            Class 10

                                            Soumya Sharma

                                            Gursheen

                                            Tisha Singh

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