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A Virtual Yoga Session for teachers by a renowned Yoga Guru, Mr. Himmat Singh - (21 June 2021)
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St. Mark's School, Janak Puri - A Virtual Yoga Session was conducted for teachers by a renowned Yoga Guru, Mr. Himmat Singh : Click to Enlarge St. Mark's School, Janak Puri - A Virtual Yoga Session was conducted for teachers by a renowned Yoga Guru, Mr. Himmat Singh : Click to Enlarge St. Mark's School, Janak Puri - A Virtual Yoga Session was conducted for teachers by a renowned Yoga Guru, Mr. Himmat Singh : Click to Enlarge
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To celebrate International Yoga Day, a Virtual Yoga Session was conducted for teachers by a renowned Yoga Guru, Mr. Himmat Singh. He explained the importance of yoga in today’s scenario followed by some warm up exercises to begin with. He then demonstrated various types of asanas and pranayams, which the staff members enthusiastically performed.

Along with answering the queries of the teachers, he also encouraged everyone to practice yoga regularly to remain fit and healthy.
Teachers Webinar - 'Early Childhood Care and Education' - (11 June 2021)
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Early childhood is a period of enormous growth and development. These early years of development are critical for providing a firm foundation in cognitive, language and motor development, as well as social, emotional and moral development. To discuss this very important subject, a webinar on ‘Early Childhood Care & Education’, was organised on 11th June 2021, with Mr. A.P Sharma, National Awardee and Principal of Birla Public School, Doha, as the speaker.

The webinar began with an exercise to help teachers connect with the speaker. This important session gave valuable insight to the teachers about various types of pre-schooling programmes, such as Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Waldorf etc. They also learned certain responsibilities and competencies expected from an early childhood and care educator, which includes understanding of child’s holistic development and learning; engaging parents, families and caregivers as partners and the right ways of inculcating good habits and values in their students.

It was indeed an informative and enriching webinar for the Primary Teachers of our school.
CBSE Webinar on Handicrafts - (June 2021)
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A Webinar was organized by CBSE in collaboration with Handicrafts and Carpet Sector Skill Council (HCSSC) on “Handicrafts” to be introduced as a Vocational Subject in middle school. The webinar showcased the artistic work of various artisans. A brief demonstration was given on Paper Mache craft and also on making of Fashion Jewellery.

The main purpose of introducing Handicrafts as a subject is to create awareness among students to value and recognise the importance of local craft resource, and value these craftsmen and their skill. It will help to develop aesthetic sensibility relevant to Indian Culture among the students and will also help to create interest in Indian crafts and realise their relevance in contemporary life.

The teachers who attended the webinar found it very interesting and relevant.
Webinar on 'Effective Utilisation of Time' - (May 2021)
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A webinar was conducted by Pratham Institute on the topic ‘Effective Utilisation of Time' for Class IX students. The virtual session was hosted by Mr. Ritesh Jain, who emphasised the importance of following daily schedule.

He spoke about various activities that could be taken up to use the time effectively such as - looking for online courses, job shadowing, participating in virtual competitions, search for internships for school students, etc. Various options were suggested to the students during a brainstorming session explore. This was followed by a Q/A round.

The session was thoroughly enjoyed by the students and they took away many ideas to not only constructively pass their time but also use it to further their career.
Inspirational Rendezvous Series - A session by veteran actor Ms. Anita Raj - (May 2021)
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One of the biggest strengths of a great actor, is their faith. They just have to believe that they are the character they are playing and all that’s happening as a part of the script, is happening to them!

Actors are agents of change. What they project on screen holds immense potential to bring about a change in the world and in the lives of people. One such great actress, whose grace, charisma, and versatility have swept the world off its feet, is Ms. Anita Raj. It was a matter of sheer honour to have her as the guest speaker for the Inspirational Rendezvous Series. The session commenced with Ms. Raj being welcomed by the Principal, Ms. Inderpreet Kaur Ahluwalia, followed by a few words of warm greetings by the school’s Director, Ms. Anjali Aggarwal. Ms. Raj shared her journey and experiences of the film world with the students of Classes IX, XI and XII. It was inspiring to know how she had to pave her way into the Industry despite all odds. Being a veteran actress, Ms. Raj has been a fitness enthusiast. She shared her fitness mantra with the students and also gave them valuable tips as to how they can keep their mind, body and soul in unison in these trying times of the pandemic.

The students thoroughly enjoyed interacting with her and asked her a host of questions related to her acting career - both in movies and television, her fitness regime and how she has been able to retain her fame and success over the course of almost four decades. The session reached its fruitful culmination with Ms. Raj imparting words of wisdom and motivation to the students and advising them to chase their dreams and pursue their passions singlemindedly, if they do that, success is sure to follow.
Inspirational Rendezvous Series - A session by baking expert Ms.Yukti Behl - (May 2021)
If there’s a whisk, there’s a way’.

Bakers are indeed one of God’s favourite lots, since they’re the only ones who can have their cake and eat it too!

As a part of the Inspirational Rendezvous Series, a A workshop was conducted by Ms Avantika, a 22-year-old young traveller and blogger for students of Class X. Among the many experiences that she shared with students, were her memories of staying in Nagaland and the two months she had spent in exploring the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. She further spoke about how, even though at a young age, she had donned many hats, that of a Content Writer, a Journalist, a Speaker, a Mentor, and more. But travelling remains her one true passion. She also shared that travelling need not be expensive, but can be an economical affair if one manages to prepare a budget that doesn’t involve overspending on food and lodging. She further added that as a young girl she did face various uncomfortable situations while travelling but with inner strength, confidence and support from her parents, she overcame all the hurdles and continues to live her life as a nomad who is on a mission to explore as many places as one can.
To conclude the event, our Principal, Ms. Inderpreet Kaur Ahluwalia gave an endnote that motivated the young students to take their passion seriously and have the courage to think about varied career options available these days.highly engaging and interesting session on ‘Baking as Passion and Profession’ was held by a professional baker, Ms. Yukti Behl, whose passion for baking since childhood drove her into taking it up as a full-time profession. The session was held over the course of three days for students of Classes VII, VIII and IX, wherein they learnt in detail about the nuances of baking and how love for baking is an essential ingredient in satisfying the taste buds of the clients. Ms. Behl shared her journey of becoming a successful entrepreneur at a young age and how she overcame challenges that lay in her journey of success. She motivated students to follow their passion and do what they liked doing best.

The session reached its fruitful conclusion with Ms. Yukti sharing an interesting two-minute recipe of a healthy, gluten free dessert that requires not more than three ingredients and no baking equipment. After all, in moments of cravings of the sweet tooth, it is only a baker, who can ‘bake’ our wishes come true!
Inspirational Rendezvous Series - A session byTravel Blogger Ms. Avantika - (May 2021)
A workshop was conducted by Ms Avantika, a 22-year-old young traveller and blogger for students of Class X. Among the many experiences that she shared with students, were her memories of staying in Nagaland and the two months she had spent in exploring the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. She further spoke about how, even though at a young age, she had donned many hats, that of a Content Writer, a Journalist, a Speaker, a Mentor, and more. But travelling remains her one true passion. She also shared that travelling need not be expensive, but can be an economical affair if one manages to prepare a budget that doesn’t involve overspending on food and lodging. She further added that as a young girl she did face various uncomfortable situations while travelling but with inner strength, confidence and support from her parents, she overcame all the hurdles and continues to live her life as a nomad who is on a mission to explore as many places as one can.

To conclude the event, our Principal, Ms. Inderpreet Kaur Ahluwalia gave an endnote that motivated the young students to take their passion seriously and have the courage to think about varied career options available these days.
Career Counselling Session - (May 2021)
In order to facilitate students to explore career options, a Career Counselling Session was organised under the aegis of NIRC of ICAI (The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India) Career Counselling Committee to address our students of Classes X to XII. The objective of this session was to apprise the students with the wide spectrum of CA as a course and how to get into the CA course to achieve career goals.

CA Mr. Avinash Gupta Chairman of NIRC of ICAI, CA Ms. Shruti Gupta, CA Ms. Swati Jain, CA Mr. Harish Nagpal, CA Ms. Anjali Chaturvedi and Career Counsellor Ms. Manisha were the resource persons from ICAI and our school alumni CA Mr. Sakshar Arya and CA Ms. Mansi Bajaj were also present, who discussed why CA as a career option should be adopted and why it is the most respected profession. They also discussed the requirements to become a Chartered Accountant and how to pursue this course, it’s fee structure and various roles of Chartered Accountants.

The session was quite insightful and enriching.
Training Session : Model United Nations - (May 2021)
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"When diplomacy fails; war is bound to happen!"

We, at St. Mark's, understand the importance that diplomacy increasingly yields these days. We are also aware how instrumental MUNs can prove to be for children, to learn diplomacy and other such vital skills. Therefore, we unequivocally believe in giving a major boost to our MUN culture. As a step forward in the same direction, a training session was conducted for students of Classes VII-XII.

The session was sparkled by the presence of Mr. Akul Jindal, the former Secretary-General of DUMUN.

Delegates of our MUN Club participated zealously and took back many valuable insights of how to participate in it. They were told about the myriad aspects of an argument and how they can indulge in deep level thinking. Most importantly, they were taught to be respectful at all times while disagreeing with the opinions of other delegates. All these attributes play a pivotal role not only on such a platform but also in daily life, something which the delegates got to learn through a fun-filled discussion.
SAMVAD : A Webinar For Teachers - (17 and 24 April 2021)
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The COVID-19 Pandemic has posed a very challenging and unpredictable scenario for the teachers. The frequent lockdown situation has accelerated a shift from traditional to online methods.

Keeping this in mind, Orient Blackswan, organised a webinar SAMVAD for the teachers. SAMVAD is an integrated resource for child protection and mental health care, supported by the Ministry of Women and Child Development.

The first session of this two-part series was conducted on 17th April and emphasised on understanding the stress of teachers while teaching in online classrooms during the pandemic.

The session aimed to enhance the capacity of school teachers to respond to their individual stresses and psychosocial problems as also to enable them to understand the anxiety and concerns of the children during these difficult times.

Part-II of the webinar, conducted by Orient Blackswan in collaboration with SAMVAD, was held on 24th April 2021. The topic of the webinar was - Addressing the Psychosocial Impact of Pandemic on Children, in which many useful insights were shared.

The webinar began with an activity ‘Me Time’ to help the teachers find a space for themselves. Emphasis was laid on Time Management by further explaining why dealing with anxiety is important for children. A video was also shown pertaining to the current scenario of COVID-19 and how such circumstances can be explained to the children through story telling techniques.

Overall, the webinar gave was an enriching experience for the teachers.
Stress Management Webinar for Teachers - (March 2021)
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SIP Abacus organized a workshop on ‘Stress Management with Brain Gym Exercises’ for our teachers, sharing some tips of naturopathy for a healthy lifestyle.

Dr. Rashmi Jain, talked about how ‘Naturopathy’ stimulates positive thinking, lowers stress, anxiety, depression and improves overall health. She shared very interesting ‘oiling tips’.

The Brain Gym’ workshop by Ms. Roma Nihalani was an interactive and useful session where she demonstrated techniques that help address balance, focus, posture and coordination skills, associated with daily life success.

Overall, it was quite an interesting session for our teachers - Ms.Sandhya, Ms. Manpreet, Ms. Anjana and Ms. Anupama Nigam!
Webinar : My Breakfast - (February 2021)
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Eating well is a fundamental to good health. To create awareness about importance of healthy breakfast in our daily diet, a webinar 'My Breakfast' was organised for the students of our school, by Swashrit Society.

Dr. Asha Chhabra, a nutritionist, conducted the webinar. She encouraged the students to incorporate whole grains, protein rich foods and locally available fresh fruits and vegetables in their daily diet to improve its nutritional quality. At the end of the session, she answered the questions from students related to healthy eating.

It was a highly informative session attended by around 260 students and their parents.
TEDx EVENT - (12 February 2021)
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Mount Abu Public School, Rohini organised a TEDx Event on 12 February 2021, which the students from our school - Aishwarya Nagdev (XI-A), Yuvraj Singh (XI-A), Aanya Babuta (XI-D), Saanvi Sama (XI-D), Sannidhi Arora (XI-F) and Bhavya Srihari (XI-F) attended.

The students got to hear eloquent views coming directly from the experts of diverse fields. Starting from Mr. Neelkantha Bhanu Prakash, the world's fastest human calculator to Ms. Neha Lakhani, a renowned chef who seeks happiness in the celebration of others; from Ms. Arushi Nishank, an environmentalist to Mr. Anurag Tripathi, the honourable Secretary of CBSE and from Mr. Viveck Vaswani, a renowned film producer to Captain Zoya Agarwal, the world's first woman to fly a Boeing, the exposure, perhaps, is inexpressible in words.

Meeting such speakers, the words of whom had the power to inspire; the power to convince and the power to change the world, was no less than a fortune discovered. The speakers reiterated the power of dreams by reinforcing how even the most apparently impossible dream can be transformed into a reality, if worked upon assiduously.

It was indisputably an unforgettable experience for the students who are now going to carry the learnings elicited from this talk in the very core of their hearts for life in entirety. After all, wider the exposure, greater the success!
Webinar on the intricacies of the New Education Policy 2020 and its effects on all the stakeholders - (February 2021)
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The National Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020), which was approved by the Union Cabinet of India on 29 July 2020, outlines the vision of India's new education system.An interactive webinar was conducted for our staff members by Professor Atul Khosla, Founder and Vice Chancellor of Shoolini University and Mr. Vivek Atray, Ex IAS, wherein the intricacies of the New Education Policy and its affects on all the stakeholders were discussed in great detail.

Our esteemed Principal, Ms. Inderpreet Kaur Ahluwalia, took an active part in the panel discussion by bringing in the perspective of how schools are going to work with these new adjustments.It was an extremely informative and insightful session for all the staff members.

The following link can be used to watch the session :
https://www.facebook.com/ideasthatmattershoolini/videos/256695389457223/
Webinar on Skills for Success in post : Covid world - (January 2021)
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Times NIE, in collaboration with Bennett University, conducted a webinar for the students of Classes IX to XII on Skills for Success in post-Covid world. The session covered undergraduate opportunities, challenges and approaches to achieve success in the post-Covid world.

It was an enriching experience for the students!
Vedic Maths Workshop - (January 2021)
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The Vedic Maths Workshop, which was organised for the students of Classes VI to VIII, was hosted by Ms. Hema Choudhary on behalf of Pratham.

Mathematics often scares students to no end making them dislike the subject immensely. This workshop introduced some creative tips and tricks taken from the ancient Vedas to make Maths more fun and interesting.

Our students managed to learn how to do some complex calculations in the easiest of ways and the shortest time possible.

The workshop ended with an interesting game which helped students guess someone's birth date with the help of Vedic Maths.

It was an extremely interesting and informative workshop!
The webinar : Meet the Schools that shine - (December 2020)
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COVID-19 hit the world in early 2020 and this fluid and unprecedented situation pushed the whole world into limbo. Everything got impacted and it changed the way we lived, interacted, worked, taught and learned. The implications and effects of the pandemic on our education system are yet to be ascertained, but it has surely changed and challenged educators and learners to adapt and grow in this fragile situation.

Our Director Ms. Anjali Aggarwal delivered a talk in the webinar series ‘MEET THE SCHOOLS THAT SHINE’ organized by Shri. Aurobindo Society and Health Champs, on the impact of COVID-19 on our education methods and challenges faced by teachers, students, parents, and the education system as a whole. She opened her talk by focusing on the nature of technology and put it very beautifully as “Technology should be exploited as it is an excellent slave but a very dangerous master.”

She appreciated the efforts of the teachers by addressing them as ‘FRONT LINE WARRIORS’ who conducted the online sessions in a confident manner. She discussed the changes that online education methods have brought around in the attitude of students and parents. She very rightly said that due to this online education system, parents are more participative in the process as they are also mostly working from home. They are able to keep an eye on the classes, exams and other activities like competitions, festival celebrations that are being conducted by the school. She touched upon very important issues like the financial impact of this pandemic on parents, emotional and personal void among students and teachers likewise, due to the lockdown.

It was a very insightful session with quite a few takeaways for all of us!
Itihaas Workshop - (30 September 2019)
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Monuments are the reflection of our history, they help us to understand and respect people who lived in different eras with different habits and traditions. Therefore, preserving and restoring the old buildings is very important.

ITIHAAS, organised a series of lectures - 'Firing Minds' at St. Thomas' Girls Sr. Sec. School, Mandir Marg on 30 September 2019.

The lecture was delivered by Sh. Aman Nath, a famous writer, hotelier and architectural restorer.

It was attended by students of Classes IX and X learning about the importance of our heritage and ways to restore our monuments and heritage sites for the future.
Story Telling Workshop - (28 September 2019)
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"Stories are like gifts.. the more we share - the more we have!!"

An interactive workshop on 'Story telling Activities' , conducted by Oxford University Press on 28th September was attended by Ms. Anupama Sikri and Ms. Ritika Sharma. The resource person, an experienced English language and literature teacher, discussed the various ways in which the art of STORY TELLING can be integrated with subjects like Hindi, English, Science and Mathematics.

The workshop included various engaging activities like 'Hey, what are you doing?', 'Building your own Story', Story Narration and so on. It was an interesting and enriching workshop with the objective of facilitating children's education holistically.
Artificial Intelligence Workshop - (24 September 2019)
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"Artificial Intelligence is the science of making machines do things, that would require intelligence, if done by man." - Marvin Minsky.

A workshop on Artificial Intelligence, conducted on 24 September 2019 in Universal Public School, Preet Vihar, Delhi was attended by our teachers - Ms. Monika Uppal and Ms. Ritu Khurana. The workshop was conducted in two sessions.

The first session 'Landscape of Artifical Intelligence and Education’ was led by Professor M. M. Pant, a pioneer in the field of Artifical Intelligence. He explained the need and importance of AI to be incorporated in the school curriculum and thus, making students ready to face the future.

The second session 'Practical Aspect of Artifical Intelligence’ was conducted by Educationist, Mr. Shashidhar Bhat. He introduced various platforms for building AI applications and making these tools available.

The sessions concluded by bringing home the point that 'Artificial Intelligence is a tool, not a threat!!'
Training Programme on 'Improving Access To And Use of ICT In Schools' - (23 to 24 September 2019)
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"Access to computers and the Internet has become a basic need for education in our society." - Kent Conrad.

With the same notion, CBSE, in association with Microsoft, organized a 3-days Training Programme on 'Improving Access To And Use of ICT In Schools' at Vikas Bharti Public School, Rohini, Delhi. Our Computer Teacher Ms. Neetu Chawla attended this workshop which was conducted by Microsoft Certified Trainer, Ms. Niti Dwivedi.

On Day 1, the training commenced with Introduction to Office 365 and its tools like OneNote, Sway, Teams, Forms, Minecraft and so on. The agenda of Day 2 included Introduction to Microsoft Educator Community, Artificial Intelligence and AI in Office 365. On Day 3, the workshop concluded with an overview on AI curriculum for students followed by OneNote presentation by each participant.

The best part of the training programne was experiential learning and hands-on session on Office 365 tools. The training programne was very informative and fruitful.
English Capacity Building Workshop by CBSE - (12 and 13 September 2019)
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Teachers at SMSJP are not preachers but facilitators of the students and keeping them updated is imperative to the growth of the teachers and their students. We ensure that our teachers are well-versed with the changing trends in education and their respective subjects.

As part of this endeavour, Vice-Principal Ms. Inderpreet Kaur Ahluwalia attended a two-days English Capacity Building Workshop conducted by CBSE at Pragati Public School, Dwarka, Delhi on 12 - 13 September 2019.

The highly knowledgable resource person apprised the members of the latest updates and changes in the curriculum of the Class XII English. The participants were engaged in a discussion on the role of innovative pedagogy in knowledge-based skills’ development.

The highly motivated group plunged into unravelling the complexities of classroom teaching by adopting strategies where knowledge and skills are exchanged in an educational context. The resource person focused on English as the Medium of Instruction by incorporating listening skills, enhancing vocabulary, speaking skills, writing skills and pronunciation.

They got the chance to discuss, understand and internalize the practical problems related to English language education. The teachers grabbed this immense opportunity to brush up their skills and made the most out of it.
TERI Workshop - (August 2019)
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A workshop on shaping "Waste Management Solutions for Schools" Project Design and Implementation was conducted by TERI School of Advanced Studies.

This was an initiative to assess the progress with our project proposal - Eco Riders, on "Scrap Out Scrap" for the various segregation and waste disposal practices carried out at school.

Teacher coordinator Ms. Sunita Hakku and six student representatives:

Kavish Dham (X-D), Anant Aggarwal (X-D), Akshat Vohra (X-D), Ishab Preet Singh (X-D), Shreya (X-F) and Ishika Chhoker (X-D) attended the workshop and reiterated their pledge to create awareness and workability of their planned activities at school.
Capacity Building Workshop by CBSE for Psychology - (July 2019)
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A two-days workshop on Capacity Building was conducted by CBSE for Psychology teachers in Delhi-NCR on 30th and 31st July 2019.

Ms. Anushree Ghai (PGT Psychology) attended this workshop held at Sri. Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka, Delhi. The resource person, Ms. Usha Anand, apprised all the attending members of the latest updates and changes in the curriculum of the Class XI and XII Psychology.
In Service Teachers Training Workshop on Relationship Management - (3 July 2019)
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"Sometimes the thing your students need most, has nothing to do with what's in your lesson plan."

An interactive workshop on 'Relationship Management' was conducted for the teachers of Classes I to VIII by Resource person Ms. Anu Singh on 3rd July 2019.

The discussion points included teacher student relationship, classroom management, inclusive teaching and healthy peer relationship. It was an interesting and knowledgeable session.
Psychology Internship at Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh - (3 to 15 June 2019)
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"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."

Some of our students of Class XII went for Psychology Internship at Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh. The students went in two groups:

Group 1 - 3rd to 8th June 2019
Group 2 - 10th to 15th June 2019

The one-week programme offered them a chance to gain first-hand clinical exposure under professional guidance and also a platform for academic growth and discussion.

An enriching experience for our students!!

Summer Internship at Pearl Academy's Naraina and Rajouri Garden Campuses - (3 to 7 June 2019)
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"Dreams are the seeds of change. Nothing ever grows without a seed, and nothing ever changes without a dream."

Another group of our students of Class XII went for Internship at Pearl Academy's Naraina and Rajouri Garden Campuses from 3rd-7th June. 2019.

The students got hands-on experience of various options like Fashion Design, Fashion Communication, News Broadcasting, Blogging, Social Media and Event Management.

It was a wonderful experience for the students where they got a chance to know their abilities and interests!!

CBSE Maths Workshop - (June 2019)
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'Maths can be related to our lives. It teaches us always to be careful with the signs.'

'Prospective Resource Person Program' for Class X Maths was held at CBSE COE, Patparganj. Ms. Ritika Wadhwa Chadha attended this workshop. The resource persons were Ms. Anjali Chhabra, Director COE, Mr. Trilok Singh Bist, Principal DPS Ghaziabad and Ms. Eshita Mukherjee.

Reflections:
• How to teach Maths using innovative ideas
• Relate Maths with daily life
• Using ICT in classroom teaching
• Hands-on activities for different topics to generate interest in the subject
• Time to time assessment should be done to understand the progress of the child, rectify the weak areas.
• Parents should also be informed about the child's performance

The workshop gave useful insights on how to ensure that learning takes place inside the classroom.
Summer Camp Sports And Fitness - (16 to 28 May 2019)
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"To succeed. . . you need to find something to hold on to, something to motivate you, something to inspire you."

A healthy mind and physical fitness are vital to academic performance. A healthy mind has a direct link to increased cognitive function and memory skills, and improved mood. These advantages can help students stay focused and become competent learners.

Keeping this view in mind, Sports Summer Camp for students of Classes I to XI has been organised from 16 May to 28 May to train them and develop 21st Century skills, artistic talents and acumen in Handball, Table Tennis, Yoga, Volleyball and Skating.

The young sports enthusiasts not only get a chance to participate in various outdoor activities but also develop friendship bonds, thereby enhancing their social skills.
Capacity Building Workshop on Classroom Management - (24 and 25 May 2019)
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"You share your wisdom and experience with others and enrich the quality of your work and relationships."

Absolutely true for Ms. Ritika Sharma, who attended a capacity building workshop on Classroom Management organised by Gyan Mandir Public School, Naraina on 24 & 25 May 2019. Resource persons Ms. Kirti Tandon and Mr. G. K. Mishra from CBSE conducted an interactive session, explaining various aspects of classroom management involving rules, interpersonal relationships, space management techniques, time management and different teaching styles.

A wonderful learning experience indeed!!

Summer Camp Dance Workshop - (16 to 24 May 2019)
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"When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It's to enjoy each step along the way."

And enjoy our young dancers from Classes III to IX did in the Dance Workshop organized from 16 May to 24 May. They learnt different dance forms like Kathak, Hip-hop, Freestyle and Bhangra. The workshop was pacey, fun and active, keepingh the children engaged the whole time.
Creative Art Workshop - (16 to 22 May 2019)
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As the school closed for summer vacation, a Creative Art Workshop was conducted for students from 16th to 22nd May, where they learnt different styles of painting such as : One colour painting, water colour painting, pastel shading work, brush stroke painting and mix media painting. Students had a great time learning new techniques under the guidance of their art teacher and produced wonderful art work.

What a colourful way to express creativity!
Creative Writing Workshop - (May 2019)
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'TO WRITE means more than putting
PRETTY WORDS on a page;
THE ACT OF WRITING is to share a PART OF YOUR SOUL with the world.
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At SMS Janakpuri,we believe that 'writing is a way to relieve stress'. In order to empower students with creative writing skills, Ms. Pushpa and Ms. Chaina attended a workshop on 'Developing Reading Comprehension Skills and Creative Writing Skills In Literature and Poetry'.

Ms. Ranjini, an expert in English Language and Poetry laid emphasis on using various techniques like English Antakshari, Ice Breakers, Half and Half, Describe and Guess to capture children's attention in classroom. Teachers enjoyed creating various poems of different styles like Acrostic, Tanka, Haiku, Limerick and Cinquain.

Indeed a very interactive and informative workshop it was....!!
In Service Teachers Training Workshop on Personal Branding - (17 May 2019)
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Our school organized a workshop that focused at discovering the A to Z influential strategies of Personal Branding.

A strong resume, a creative business card or a good personality is not enough to make 'YOU' stand apart from others. Just like any powerful brand,‘YOU’ too need to build your identity, position yourself differently, and enhance your visibility to achieve success in your career.

The workshop, faciliated by Dr. Jaspreet Kaur, enabled teachers to understand "self" through a reflective exercise. The aim was to make the teachers understand their own purpose of  life, set goals, and not be led by others. The importance of building themselves as "brands" was discussed and ways to do the same were highlighted.

The teachers loved being a part of this session!!
In Service Teacher Training Maths Workshop - (16 May 2019)
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'Maths is not a contemplative but a creative subject.'

Our school conducted a workshop for teachers on 'Mental Maths and Creating Interest In Mathematics' by Dr. Pallavi Kaul from the resource panel of Oxford University Press. The main objective was how to make Maths interesting for students by incorporating various games, tricks and activities while transacting different Mathematical concepts in the classroom.

Varied instructional methods were introduced to improve Mathematical language and problem solving skills amongst students. The teachers enjoyed the interactive session and games like 'Tricks to Learn Tables' and 'Grouping of Numbers to find HCF'.
In Service Teacher Training - (16 May 2019)
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Wellness is much more than physical health, exercise or nutrition. It is the integration of physical, mental and spiritual well-being. Keeping this in mind, a wonderful yoga session was conducted for our staff members by Dr. Naveen Shastri, a well known yoga and meditation specialist. He taught the teachers to meditate with a feeling of gratitude while focusing on affirmations for keeping a positive frame of mind and body. He also spoke about the advantages of yoga and different Asanas.

A refreshing session for our faculty!!
Workshop for Class XII on Positive Attitudes and their Management - (April 2019)
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St. Mark’s School, Janakpuri conducted workshop for Class XII on ‘Positive Attitudes and their Management’ to introduce students to the importance of positive attitudes and how they can be inculcated to lead a more positive and fulfilling life. With the help of activities, students were taught ways to develop a positive attitude and its benefits. At the end, the students were left with the thought, ‘Attitudes are contagious. Is yours worth catching?

A workshop for class X on ‘Creative Thinking and Problem Solving’ was also conducted. The focus of the workshop was to introduce different ways to enhance creativity and how to use it effectively for problem solving. Activities were used to demonstrate two key paths to creativity: brainstorming and anti conventional thinking. Various tools to enhance creative thinking like mind mapping, sketching, music, exercise and sleep were also discussed. The characteristics of a creative person were enumerated and the ways to develop them were highlighted by the students themselves.
CBSE Capacity Building Workshop - (April 2019)
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To curb the issue of degeneration of values amongst students and dysfunctional families, a Capacity Building Programme was organised by CBSE. Ms. Seema Ohri and Ms. Neerja Sawhney attended the day-long workshop which focused on teaching-learning methodology aiming at inculcating good moral values in the students.
Capacity Building Workshop - (March 2019)
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A workshop on remodelled structure for assessment at East Point School Vasundhara Enclave. It was conducted by CBSE resource person, Abha Jha for Mathematics teachers. The workshop focused on preparation of quality question paper, ways to assess the notebook, rubric for checking the notebook, rubric for subject enrichment, and Class IX additional subjects.
Workshop on FIRST AID - (2 February 2019)
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Workshop on "First Aid at the time of Disaster" was organised in school. Dr. Munjusha from Apollo Hospital conducted the workshop for primary teachers. She explained how to give First Aid in case of burns, bleeding and bone injury in order to save people at the time of such disaster.
Fire Safety Workshop - (30 January 2019)
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A workshop on handling fire safety equipment was held on 30 January 2019 for students and staff. A live demonstration on using fire extinguisher was given to the students by Mr. Sehrawat from Fire Station, Janakpuri for a hands-on training.

It was a very informative and invigorating session.
In Service Teacher Training Workshop : Best Out of Waste - (14 and 15 January 2019)
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'Best Out of Waste'

Our school organised ‘Best Out Of Waste’ workshop for the primary teachers in the month of January 2019. Ms. Preeti Gupta from Times Of India group conducted the workshop. She shared her wonderful ideas in making dolls using waste shuttle cocks, moulding clay etc. The teachers transformed simple scrap into useful and beautiful dolls, seemingly pieces of art.
In Service Teacher Training Workshop - (14 and 15 January 2019)
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'TEACHERS AS LEADERS OF THE CLASS'

Teachers are at the heart of all school activities and their role as the most important contributor to the self esteem of a child is undeniable. Ms. Monisha Gupta from Scholastic Pvt. India conducted the workshop. She was welcomed by Vice Principal, Ms. Ahluwalia.

The workshop aimed at helping teachers understand and appreciate diversity in children and accept their shortcomings more positively.
In Service Teacher Training Workshop "Cancer Awareness" - (14 and 15 January 2019)
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'CANCER AWARENESS'

A workshop on "Cancer Awareness" was organised for school teachers. The workshop was conducted by Dr. Neerja Gupta, consultant surgeon at Max Hospital, Patparganj, Delhi along with her team members, Dr. Tripti Saxena and Dr. Rashi radiation oncologists, Dr.Smriti Neha, oncophysiotherapist, Ms. Archana, Yoga expert and Ms. Meena Madan, a cancer survivor. The team is currently working in Bliss Foundation, an NGO - an initiative by and for cancer patients involved in creating awareness and strengthening lives.
A Legal Literacy Camp on domestic violence, sanitation and house keeping for our Class IV employees was organised - (January 2019)
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A Legal Literacy Camp on domestic violence, sanitation and house keeping for our Class IV employees was organised in the school premises. Ms. Laxmi Sehgal, Legal Aid Counsel, South West District Legal Services Authority, Dwarka, conducted the workshop to bring awareness and impart the right information to everybody in such matters.
 
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