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SMS, Janakpuri - Celebrations 2021
 
Easter Celebrations - (April 2021)
“Easter is meant to be a symbol of hope, renewal, and new life." – Janine di Giovanni.

Jesus the son of God fulfilled a prophecy and through his death inspired faith in mankind to believe in an eternal life in heaven. This became the foundation of Christian faith.

Good Friday is observed by Christians all over the world as the day to remember the crucifixion of Jesus Christ - "the day Jesus died on a cross to save humanity." Easter Sunday is the day we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and his ascension to Heaven.

Students of our school reaffirmed their faith in God's divine grace and on the occasion paid their respects by spreading the message of Jesus Christ and singing hallelujah with joy!

Contributions by Manal Goswami of VI E and Sirjin Saini of VIII D.

May this Easter inspire us all with new hope, happiness, prosperity, and abundance, all received through God’s divine grace.

Happy Easter!
 
 
SMS, Janakpuri - Celebrations 2020
 
Durga Pooja - (21 October 2020)
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Durga Pooja, also called Durgotsava, is an annual Hindu festival originating in the Indian subcontinent that reveres and pays homage to the Hindu Goddess, Durga. So on 21 October, students of Classes I and II joyfully presented Durga Pooja celebrations. To mark the victory of good over evil, we had a skit which represented Sita Haran and Lord Rama's victory over the ten headed demon king Ravana. Our students presented a mesmerising dance showcasing all the Nine Avatars of the Goddess. After chanting the popular Durga Chalisa, these little kids presented a set of power packed dances which gave us glimpses of Durga Puja celebrations in the states of Maharashtra, West Bengal, Gujarat and Rajasthan.
Ganesh Chaturthi - (5 October 2020)
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Ganesh Chaturthi is an auspicious Hindu festival which is celebrated for ten-long days. Students of Class III gave a wonderful virtual presentation of the festival like Ganpati Vandana, a skit depicting the story of the birth of Lord Ganesha , Ganesh Stuti and some graceful dance performances.
Gandhi Jayanti - (2 October 2020)
On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, students of Class V-C paid homage to Gandhiji with their artwork, depicting different facets from Gandhiji's life. Celebrating the 151st birth anniversary of Gandhiji and promising to follow in his footsteps were Saksham Garg and Harshit Chopra who had prepared a lovely presentation on the life of Gandhiji. Lehar Saha portrayed the greatness of Mahatma through her speech. Shaumit Singh paid tribute to the Father of the Nation by singing Bapu's favourite bhajan. Hritwika presented a graceful dance performance in honour of the Mahatma.
World Tourism Day (27 September 2020)
Travel has been said to broaden our mind by virtue of exploring the world and seeing the broad vistas and cultures that the people of the world have to offer. The purpose of this day is to raise awareness on the role of tourism within the international community and to demonstrate how it affects social, cultural, political and economic values worldwide. Since travel has become an important part of everyone’s life and is no longer considered as a luxury but a necessity to break away from a mundane routine and rejuvenate; we look forward to the good times when travel and tourism will revive. On 27 September, World Tourism Day, a presentation made by Sannidhi Arora, XI-F was shared on school Facebook page.
World Ozone Day -(16 September 2020)
Earth without Ozone, Is Like A House without A Roof! Since 1995, ‘World Ozone Day’ or ‘International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer’ is observed on 16 September annually. The day is mainly intended to spread awareness about depletion of the ozone layer and search for solutions to preserve it. Let us join hands to work in the direction of saving the ozone layer with our synergized efforts. Jayesh Singh, VI-D shared with us some important facts about this day.
Teachers Day – (5 September 2020)
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"It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression & knowledge.” – Albert Einstein.

Instead of celebrating my birthday, it would be my proud privilege if September 5 is observed as Teachers' Day,” Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan had said and the tradition of celebrating Teachers’ Day started from 1962 in India in honour of Dr. Radhakrishnan and all the teachers. As the common adage goes, the future of a country lies in the hands of its children and teachers, as mentors, can mould students into future leaders who shape the destiny of any country. And so to salute our educators, on 05 September i.e. Teachers’ Day, our school organised a virtual cultural programme. After paying a heartfelt tribute to Dr. S Radhakrishnan, some of the students enthralled everyone with their spectacular performances-singing songs, reciting poems and expressing their gratitude to the teachers for always making the teaching-learning process so effective and enjoyable. The Management appreciated the continuous efforts and hard work of the teachers in making the transition smooth from physical teaching to online teaching. The ex-students surprised everyone by sharing their videos, showing how much they missed their school and how indebted they are to their mentors for grooming them so well. A few teachers made this virtual meet even more memorable by singing their favourite tracks.
Janmashtami - (30 August 2020)
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Fun-filled learning of Indian tradition is a common practise in many schools of India. Such practices infuse within students, respect of their culture. Our little ones from Classes I and II were engaged in creating Lord Krishna's favourite flute and the famous dahi-handi associated with Janmashtami.
Independence Day Celebrations - (15 August 2020)
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May we think of freedom not as the right to do as we please, but as the opportunity to do what is right because true independence and freedom can only exist in doing what is right. To instill this patriotic fervour we celebrated Independence Day as Jashn-e-Azadi. Students of Classes IV and V presented some lively musical and dance performances, narrated stories and recited poems about the architects of our freedom struggle to make the day memorable.
Pi Approximation Day - (22 July 2020)
Pi Approximation Day is observed all over the world on 22 July every year. This day is also known as Casual Pi Day. Angel Pahuja, VIII-A shed light about this constant Pi and Pi Approximation Day.
World Paper Bag Day - (12 July 2020)
World Paper Bag Day is observed on 12 July every year. Students of Class V-A enlightened us on the importance of usage of paper bags in today's world through an informative power point presentation, prepared by Pious Bajaj and Manal Goswami and video messages by Manal Goswami, Samrudhi Sahoo, Srishti Sethi and Akshit Gulati.
World Population Day - (11 July 2020)
'World Population Day' is an annual event observed every year on 11 July to raise awareness of global population issues. To create awareness about the same, students of Classes VI to XII of our school made creative and colourful posters on the following topics: Minimum age at marriage for girls and boys, Need for small family, Role of fathers in responsible planning of families and healthy upbringing of children.
International Nelson Mandela Day - (18 July 2020)
International Nelson Mandela Day is observed on 18 July every year. The day hopes to inspire people to embrace the values that Mandela shared. These values include democracy, freedom, equality, diversity, reconciliation and respect. Many people and organizations around the world take part in various activities, which include volunteering, sports, art, education, music and culture, in order to honour Nelson Mandela’s work. A small tribute on this day was given by Ekansh Verma, XI E in the form of a brilliant life-like sketch of Nelson Mandela.
World Food Safety Day - (7 June 2020)
Everyone has a right to safe, healthy and nutritious food. Let's imagine a world where no one gets sick from food. On the occasion of World Food Safety Day, Pranjal Jindal of Class VI-F explained its significance and emphasized the fact that 'Food Safety is indeed, everyone's business.’
World Environment Day - (5 June 2020)
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A World Environment Day special, CSE webinar, 'An Environmental Agenda For The Future' was held on 5 June. The hosts Sunita Narain and Anumita Roy Chowdhury talked about post lockdown strategies to retain our clean air and blue skies. They spoke about various sources of pollution (vehicles and combustion from industries) and the sharp change in the air quality post lockdown. Our Educational Supervisor (Primary) Ms. Jyotsna Vishwakarma, teachers Ms. S. Hakku, Ms. S. Sahni and Ms. P. Bora attended this webinar and are of the view that these measures can have a positive impact in maintaining clean air quality.

Additionally, on the occasion of World Environment Day, a webinar by renowned environmentalist Ms. Prachi Singh was also conducted for students of Classes VI to X. It was organized in association with FM 104- Speaker of the Year Forum. The session commenced with our Principal Ms. Alka Kher addressing the students and wishing them a happy World Environment Day. She shared an insightful message with the students to do their part in keeping the environment clean and emphasized on the fact that it was the need of the hour to respect and honour Mother Nature for all that it has given us. The session was a very engaging one wherein Ms. Prachi spoke at length about her passion for which she is known across the nation - that is, her hobby of collecting and nurturing over 550 butterflies. She taught the students how they can also develop an interest in the activity and how they should go about creating a home environment for the caterpillar, which would later metamorphose into a beautiful butterfly. The students enthusiastically participated in the polls that she conducted during the session and came up with an array of questions. They were also lucky enough to peek into one of her boxes in which she had recently harboured a caterpillar, alongwith a moth having metamorphosed in the same box. The webinar concluded with Ms. Prachi asking the students to be environment friendly in their actions and ways of conduct, as well as persuading them to show mercy towards the harmless and voiceless animals and insects.
World No Tobacco Day - (31 May 2020)
World No Tobacco Day aims to bring attention to how harmful tobacco can be as a substance; it seeks to fight against tobacco addiction and compensate for the deaths and illnesses caused by it. Students of Classes IX to XII took a pledge on this day while the students of Classes VI to VIII made posters to highlight the adverse effects of tobacco on humans.
Commonwealth Day - (24 May 2020)
Commonwealth Day is a day of observance by approximately one billion people of their common bonds and the contribution of the Commonwealth of Nations to the creation of a harmonious global environment. The 2020 Commonwealth Day theme focused on 'Delivering a Common Future: Connecting, Innovating, Transforming' which offers opportunities for the people, parliaments, governments and institutions of the Commonwealth to connect and work together at many levels through far-reaching and deep rooted networks of friendship. Sakshi Kumari, X-C shared insightful details about the significance of this day with all of us. Harshit Dubey, IX-F and Suryansh Rana, XI-C made beautiful paintings on Commonwealth Day 2020. KritanuGulia, IX-E went a step ahead and created a digital poster on this year's theme.
Mother's Day - (9 May 2020)
Mother's Day is the day dedicated to all the mothers and is celebrated every year on the second Sunday of May to honour mothers and motherhood. This year Mother’s Day fell on 10 May. On this special occasion, tiny tots of Class I wished their moms a very Happy Mother's Day by making beautiful cards and by displaying their culinary skills.
World Hand Hygiene Day - (5 May 2020)
World Hand Hygiene Day is celebrated annually on 5 May. It is the WHO's global annual call to action for healthcare providers and is quite apt in today's scenario. During the ongoing global pandemic, one of the cheapest, easiest and most important ways to prevent the spread of Corona virus is to wash our hands frequently with soap and water. And who could acquaint us better with the correct way of washing hands than young Naksh Budhani, I-B, who participated in the 'Covid-19 Awareness Program: Handwash Challenge'. Disha Goyal, X-A and Diya Chawla, IX-F also sang a song on this important day to spread awareness about hand hygiene.
World Laughter Day - (2 May 2020)
When you laugh, you change and when you change, the whole world changes around you!

As we are facing a life altering situation around the world today, it becomes even more important to laugh and make others laugh too. Hence the need to celebrate ‘World Laughter Day’. World Laughter day is celebrated every year on 3 May. Our students - Jashandeep Kaur XII-E, Tushar Jha IX-C, Ayush Pandey XII-B and Ayush Utsav VII-A made beautiful posters and sketches in their attempt to spread joy, positivity and happiness. Aaradhya Singh tickled our funny bones with her hilarious poem Kab Mar Rahe Hain by Shail Chaturvedi. Memorable Days Loyalty, Truth & Honour.
International Dance Day - (29 April 2020)
Chuck Berry rightly said, ‘’If you want to release your aggression, get up, and dance.’’ Dance is to music, what soul is to a body. With the coming of music, man felt an in suppressible and intense desire to bring about musicality and rhythm in their body movements. It is believed that, if you dance with your heart, your body will follow. Celebrated on 29 April every year, International Dance Day is a day that was created by the International Theatre Institute, the main partner of the performing arts unit of UNESCO. It is a day on which both amateurs and professionals can hit the dance floor and get the groove on. After all, dance is both an art form and a form of cultural expression for many cultures all over the world. Continuing our virtual celebration of all the important days, students of Classes III to VI shared videos of themselves dancing to some scintillating music from across the world.
World Shakespeare Day - (23 April 2020)
"With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come." - William Shakespeare Our school honoured the Bard of Avon by celebrating World Shakespeare Day on 23 April. Students recited Shakespeare's ever so famous sonnets and poems, donned the garb of grief stricken and helpless Juliet by delivering her most renowned monologue. The powerful speech of Brutus from 'Julius Caesar' moved one and all. The videos uploaded by the students received immense appreciation too.
Earth Day - (22 April 2020)
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Just putting a smile on your face will help make this Earth a better place. Due to lockdown all over the world, there was less vehicular movement both on surface and air, hence less pollution. A blessing in disguise !

Mother Earth seems to be healing. This was exactly our theme for Earth Day activities for the Primary wing this year, which children enthusiastically accomplished, sitting in the comfort of their homes. The newest addition to the SMS Family, our tiny tots from Class I, wholeheartedly participated in the Earth Day activity organized especially for them – ‘Draw and Colour A Happy Earth’. And, that is precisely what they did - used every possible colour to make our Earth look happy. Students of Classes II to V made crowns, wall hangings, posters and even recreated beautiful things from unused items at home; showing us that when we heal the Earth, we actually heal ourselves. Students of Classes VI and VII expressed their ideas of green inspiration this year by using a palette of colours - be it driving a zero-emission vehicle or something as simple as beginning a home recycling plan. With each piece of art, they reminded us that every green act of kindness helps take care of the planet that we so fondly call home. Jasmine Verma of VIII-C recited a beautiful poem ‘Earth Day is Special Day’. Jasleen Kaur of VIII-A shared a video in which she talked about the ways to conserve water in order to save Earth. Kavish Dham of XI-C told us more about the inception and significance of Earth Day through his impactful speech.
World Heritage Day - (18 April 2020)
World Heritage Day encourages us to celebrate all the cultures of the world. It brings awareness of important cultural monuments and sites as well as espouses the significance of preserving the world's cultures. The theme for this year's World Heritage Day - Shared Cultures, Shared Heritage, Shared Responsibility is important as an expression of our global unity in the face of the ongoing worldwide health crisis. Ansh Girdhar, X-F happily penned down a beautiful poem 'World Heritage - Our Pride' and shared a video of his impressive recitation. Suhaani, X-C also recited a beautiful self-composed poem, enlightening us about our rich cultural heritage.
Easter - (17 April 2020)
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Easter reminds us that hope must never be lost for the road may seem dark but there’s a bright light at the end of it. Diya Chawla, IX-F cheered everyone by singing a beautiful Easter song. Students of Classes I-V celebrated Easter from their respective homes. They saw power point presentations, learnt how to draw and colour Easter eggs and baskets, and made Easter bunnies using origami. They also enjoyed singing and dancing on some Easter songs.
Ambedkar Jayanti - (14 April 2020)
Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was an economist, politician and social reformer who fought for the rights of the Dalit community. A principal architect of the Constitution of India, Ambedkar also advocated for women's rights and labours' rights. To honour his contribution and service to the country, his birthday is celebrated every year on 14 April. Ekansh Verma, XI-E made a beautiful sketch of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar on the occasion of Ambedkar Jayanti. Mishti Arya, XII-D shared a video of herself, enlightening us more about Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, his achievements, contribution in building the Constitution of India as well as how great a human he was! Chaitanya Sharma, XII-A also paid his tribute to Dr. B. R. Ambedkar through his powerful speech.
Baisakhi Celebrations - (13 April 2020)
Baisakhi is a spring festival for Sikhs and Hindus. It marks the Sikh New year and commemorates the formation of Khalsa Panth of warriors under Guru Gobind Singh in 1699. Baisakhi is also an ancient festival of Hindus marking the solar New year. Siblings Gurnoor Kaur Malhotra, III-C and Jasraj Singh Malhotra, VIII-A ushered in the fervor of Baisakhi with a power-packed, energetic and rapturous Bhangra performance. The students of Classes I to V celebrated the festival by singing and dancing on folk songs at their respective homes.
Basant Panchami Celebrations - (29 January 2020)
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As the chill in the weather has started vanishing with the arrival of spring, Basant Panchami was celebrated in our school, by little children from Class III, with great fervour and enthusiasm.

The students presented a song evoking Goddess Saraswati's blessings and a dance, Saraswati Vandana, praying to her for knowledge and wisdom.

Everyone joined in the Aarti which was followed by the distribution of prasad. Our Principal and Vice Principal gave blessings to the children and motivated them to be progressive learners and good human beings.

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Farewell for Class XII - (29 January 2020)
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With the nostalgic emotions brimming in the heart of SMSJP, we organised a farewell party to bid adieu to the outgoing Class XII batch of 2019-20. The programme was organised in the august presence of Director Mrs. Anjali Aggarwal, Manager Mr. Rahul Aggarwal, Principal Mrs. Alka Kher, Vice Principal Mrs. Inderpreet Kaur Ahluwalia and Educational Supervisor (Primary) Mrs. Jyotsna Vishwakarma.

The evening was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers and to reminisce joyous moments. The theme of the valedictory party was 'Udaan'.

The programme started with speeches by Head Boy and Head Girl. Everyone enjoyed a plethora of performances and games. Our Director Ma'am recited a beautiful poem 'Smile' motivating the students to lead life full of positivity and optimism and spread smiles around.
45th Foundation Day Celebrations - (24 January 2020)
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Inclusive, good quality education is a foundation for a dynamic and equitable society. And this was exactly the vision of our Founder Chairman Mr. T. P. Aggarwal which led to the establishment of St. Mark's School, Janakpuri on 7th January 1975.

To commemorate our 45th Foundation Day and to honour our Chairman Sir, we proudly organized a programme in the school premises on 24th January. The day began with a cultural programme presented by students of Class V, followed by the cake-cutting ceremony.

The occasion was graced by our Chairman Mr. T. P. Aggarwal, Director Ms. Anjali Aggarwal, Manager Mr. Rahul Aggarwal, Principal Ms. Alka Kher, Vice Principal Ms. Inderpreet Kaur Ahluwalia, Educational Supervisor (Primary) Ms. Jyotsna Vishwakarma and our guests from Poland.

Sharing his thoughts on the occasion Mr. Aggarwal reminisced about the progress our school has made. Mrs. Kher conveyed her loving wishes to the students and teachers, encouraging them to give their best to take the school to even greater heights. The day was celebrated with great fervour, zest and enthusiasm.
71st Republic Day Celebrations - (24 January 2020)
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Republic Day was celebrated by students of Class VIII with zeal and patriotic ferver.

The day became special when graced by the presence of the Chairman Mr. T. P. Aggarwal, Director Mrs. Anjali Aggarwal and Manager Mr. Rahul Aggarwal along with Polish delegates.

The ceremony began with the unfurling of the tricolour, the pride of the nation, by the revered guests. This was accompanied by the rendition of National Anthem, led by the school choir. It was followed by  incredible performances by the students. Everyone was soaked in the hues of tricolour as they celebrated the sovereignty of the nation.

The programme culminated with words of encouragement by Director Mrs. Anjali Aggarwal followed by Principal Mrs. Alka Kher highlighting the significance of the day and making children aware that the future of their country lies in their hands. Hence, they need to inculcate good values in life, which will help them become good citizens of the country.

 
 
 
 
 
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