|A VISIT TO BLIND SCHOOL
| “Blindness is not a disability or a defect, but a characteristic”. To realise that life can or does go on after visual impairment, 35 odd students of VIII D along with teacher in charge paid a visit to Andh Vidyalaya , Amar Colony , Lajpat Nagar .The students were very curious to know about the lives of blind children and how they learn in different ways. They were explained about reading (Braille lipi) and writing methods (Slate and Stylus) used by the blind children. Computer teachers briefed students about computer education given to blind by special software. Blind students shared their experiences with students and thanked them for their support .Students of our school distributed eatables and useful items among “differently abled” students and had a great time with them by playing various activities’.
|visit to kingdom of dreams
| Excursions are very important in students' lives. They are a great
way for students to develop their social skills, further their learning
and have fun with their friends outside of the familiar school grounds.
Excursions can be an excellent opportunity to break up the routine and
re-energise. With this aim Salwan Girls School planned an excursion
to Kingdom of Dreams for the students of IX to XI. More than 200
students, accompanied by 10 teachers got a chance to visit Kingdom
of Dreams . The students were thrilled to see a spectacular world of un-
paralled imagination which brought to them a blend of India's Culture
and heritage.The Punjabi dancers and drummers at the reception
gave a warm welcome to the students as well as the students. Modern
and traditional India and present Indian culture was showcased to
the students in an entertaining format . Students enjoyed a lot there
and spen time in culture Gully, where handicrafts and cuisnes from
different parts of India were available.The students were also taken to
the Nautanki Mahal where Jhumroo, a musical comedy was shown to
the students of classes .It was a fun filled experience for them which
| September 15 ,2014 was celebrated as Hindi Diwas by the students of Salwan Girls Sr.Sec. School.
Students presented a short programme for assembly. They expressed their views on importance of Hindi
language through poems, stories, plays , music and dance. A prayer in Hindi followed by the speech on the
significance of Hindi Diwas marked the beginning of the programme. Students of VII grade presented
a humorous skit "CHUTTI" which attracted the audience. Through the programme students were
given the message that we must take pride in our National language .All in one it was a great
performance put together by the students, a credit to their Hindi Language teachers.
|celebrates VAN MAHOTSAV
| To steal the attention of all towards the need to conserve forests
Salwan Girls School celebrated Van Mahotsav with great enthusiasm.
Meaningful messages were put up all around on the importance of trees.
The programme started with an inspiring speech by a student urging
others to save the environment. Then a group song dedicated to the
rain god left the audience fascinated. A skit "Van Ko Bachao ,Per Lagao"
was presented by the students of VIII D .The skit portrayed the need
of planting and tending of trees, as trees are one of the best ways to
prevent global warming and reduce pollution. The event encouraged
all the students to plant a sapling. It helped spread awareness amongst
the audience about the harm caused by the cutting down of trees. A
tree plantation ceremony gave impetus to the cause and the event was
appreciated by the school Principal, Mrs. Indu Bala.
|VISIT TO BOOK FAIR
| With the aim to promote interest in reading and book ownership Salwan Gils School, Rajinder Nagar organised a visit to 20th Delhi Book Fair at Pragati Maidal. Students visited many stalls to explore all sorts of books such as fiction, drama, text books, subject oriented books, story books, reference books. All the students bought their desired books to upgrade their thoughts and expand their knowledge. Students were very delighted visiting the fair and gathered some new experiences there.
|An Awareness Rally to Promote Cleanliness
| Around 60 students of Salwan Girls School took out an awareness rally to promote cleanliness. They
took a pledge to practise scientific management of waste. This rally was a part of the cleanliness
drive started by the school. The students carried posters and placards about garbage segregation.
The volunteers worked to clear the litter in the areas of old Rajinder Nagar for spreading awareness
to keep the surroundings clean. They appealed to shopkeepers and residents of the areas to
promote cleanliness in their neighbourhood for a healthier tomorrow. As part of the drive various
other activities like poster making competition and slogan writing competition were also carried out.
|Health and Hygiene Awareness Workshop
| Salwan Girls School organised a "Health and Hygiene Awareness Workshop" for girls of Classes VI to VIII . The aim of the workshop was to create consciousness about maintaining personal hygiene and cleanliness. The teens were also told the importance of protecting their health and to promote their well being as well as good dietary habits, so, as to enable them to lead a healthy life in future.The workshop sensitised the girls on maintaining hygiene and create awerenesspublic places.
Janamsthmi,the birthday of Lord Krishna was celebrated by the students of Salwan Girls School with a great enthusiasm.The celebration started in the morning with a brief introduction on the early life and birth of "Krishna".This was followed by mind pleasing songs-"Vrindavan ka KrishnKanhiya" and "Choti Choti Gaiyya". The rhythmical performances of the students won the hearts of the audience. A dance performance was superbly executed by the students of VII D. This was followed by a play by the students of VI , VII ,VIII and X classes. Students donned the roles of Lord Sri Krishna, Kansa and garpikes amongst many other characters related to Gokulashtami. They captivated everyone present there by enacting various roles of Sri Krishna's childhood. The programme ended with heart winning dance performances by the students of VII and IX classes.
|World Red Cross Day
| On 8th May 2014 Red cross day celebration was held in Salwan Girls Sr. Sec. School. Students conducted a special assembly on Red Cross. . A skit was presented by the students in which they demonstrated how the Red Cross volunteers help the people in emergency situations. The theme for this year's Red Cross Day was "Together for Humanity".Students gave speeches and spoke on the importance and history of Red Cross Day. Students participated with a sense of responsibility in all the activities like Songs, Poems, Speech and skits . At the end of programme students took the pledge of Red Cross Society.
|earth day on 22ND April 2014
| Salwan Girls School,Old Rajinder Nagar, Delhi celebrated earth day on 22nd April 2014. A special assembly marked the event .Cheerful students of the school recited poems on the importance of saving earth in the morning assembly. Pupils expressed their views in speeches in English and Hindi, and agreed to prioritize earth protection. Students were sensitized about the importance of saving environment by putting up banners and colourful charts.That motivated all to keep the planet beautiful as ever. Students took a pledge and planted saplings and donated used items for recycling.
|World Health Day on 7th April 2014
|Salwan Girls Sr. Sec School celebrated World Health Day on 7th April 2014 in the school premises . Various activities were conducted in the school to observe this day. As a part of the celebrations, the school's teachers had an interactive session with the students where students were informed about common health problems and healthy living.Students also spoke about health and hygiene, importance of balanced diet ,importance of exercise and sports, immunuzation against diseases, communicable diseases and their prevention, care of eyes and ears etc.Students created awareness about good health by making posters and writing slogans.
|The 7 Delhi Girls Battalion of the NCC was conducted its combined annual training camp at Bakkargarh,Delhi with the aim to instill a sense of discipline among youngsters as well as encourage them to take up social service.About 500 cadets participated in the 10 days camp. 25 cadets represented our school.Intensive training on military subject like drill, physical training, firing, map reading etc was administrated to the cadets by army personnel and associate ncc officers during the camp.
Our cadets flourished and won prizes in the various competitions held during the camp. They won first prize in skit, second prize in debate and cadet Surbhi achieved "the most intelligent junior cadet award".