GD Goenka School
G.D.GOENKA
Sector-9, Rohini

Recent Happenings

Marijuana to Medincines…..Fibre to Jute

On 29 April 2016 the students of classes V, VI and VII attended a workshop in school library in which they were trained to make jute bags and paper bags. Innovation was at its best display when the resource person Ms. Silki from NIE indulged in various activities with innovative artists. The objective of the training was to upgrade the existing skill of budding entrepreneurs, manufacturers and designers and also to teach them about the innovative design. Learners made beautiful jute bags and paper bags with their names on them.

 

“Challenge Motivate Support Empower….”

A Performance Management Workshop was organized by Quality Education Asia (QEA) at – KIIT World School on 26 April 2016. Ms. Rachna Kathpalia and Ms. Shweta Mehra had got the opportunity to be a part of it. The spokesperson Mr. Martin Mathews touched on the key aspects on how to enable teachers and students to achieve Effective Performance Management. The use of technology, in order to monitor and manage the performance of the students, is a very important component. Points like Self-improving Institutions, Innovative Leaders, peer appraisal, were emphasized. The speaker further laid stress on redefining the learning experience in order to accelerate effective study in the classroom. Such workshops are always a challenge as they give the exhilaration of victory.

 

SUN-DAY- STANDS UPRIGHT AND SHINES BRIGHT

The star which is the sole source of life give us radiance to live and serves us 24*7 deserves to be appreciated. On 22 April 2016 the students of classes II to X dedicated a day to sun as it was observed as SUN-Day. It was like befriending the day time star- Surya. Students wore goggles and watched sun in its eminence. The experience was phenomenal as they observed visible features of sun. They also learnt about safe viewing techniques of watching sun. Then they narrated the experience in the class which brought in the element of new to the class room environment.

 

Masquerades don’t say it all

Whether you're headed for a masquerade party, making a costume for a play, or preparing fortrick-or-treating, a plaster mask is an inexpensive costume option with tons of potential. It’s an art all should know. On 18 April learners of IV and V attended a workshop in which they learnt the art of mask making. The resource person Ms. Silki from NIE talked about an array of ways to make a mask. All learners with their creative streak built different masks of various designs and shapes

 

Just Isn’t a Day Out-Visit to HT Press, Noida

Budding journalists got an amazing opportunity to visit Hindustan Times Press. The students of classes IX and X observed all that goes into the making of a newspaper that we read every day.They witnessed the process of printing and distribution of newspapers. They understood the process thoroughly. The adroit experts there, explained the learners as to how aluminium plates are first printed and then taken for final printing. It was an enriching experience to know about the mini world just on papers. Students also realised the importance of print media. Overall it was a journey of augment for the learners.

 

Acclimatization Day (6-April -2016)

“Every journey starts with little steps”. On the first day of the session 2016-17, the little feet entered the school premises with lots of emotions like enthusiasm, happiness, excitement etc. Children were accompanied by the parents in order to make them comfortable in the school environment. We welcomed them all with open arms. The school organised different activities for pre-schoolers in order to make them comfortable like –toy train, horse riding, tattoo making and magic show etc, just a small way to make happy 1st day of the school.

A great beginning to a long journey.

 

Orientation Day at GD Goenka Public School Sector-9 Rohini

Each year we add new members to our family. It becomes our duty to make them feel at home. Orientation Day is one such platform where we meet with parents of the newly admitted children and acclimatize them with the operations and regulations of the school. An Orientation Programme was organized for the parents of Pre-school and new entrants on 29 March 2016. The eventide of the day was graced by the presence of Shri. Kulwant Rana ji, Ms. Anita Rana, Shri. Rajeeev Gumber, head PR and Alliances, Toddler’s International School and Shri Mahinder Nagpal, former MLA and many other dignitaries.The objective of the programme was to appraise the parents about the vision and philosophy of G.D. Goenka. The senior students of the school acquainted the parents about the various activities and events that take place at G.D Goenka through a PPT Presentation and Talk Show with the Goenkans.The Principal Ms. Ragini Kaul oriented the parents about all they could expect at the institution. She also provided valuable parenting tips in order to help the child go through the transition from home to school as smoothly as possible. She also took up the queries of all the parents during an Interactive session ensuring parental satisfaction.

 

Orientation Day at GD Goenka Public School Sector-9 Rohini

Each year we add new members to our family. It becomes our duty to make them feel at home. Orientation Day is one such platform where we meet with parents of the newly admitted children and acclimatize them with the operations and regulations of the school. An Orientation Programme was organized for the parents of Pre-school and new entrants on 29 March 2016. The eventide of the day was graced by the presence of Shri. Kulwant Rana ji, Ms. Anita Rana, Shri. Rajeeev Gumber, head PR and Alliances, Toddler’s International School and Shri Mahinder Nagpal, former MLA and many other dignitaries.The objective of the programme was to appraise the parents about the vision and philosophy of G.D. Goenka. The senior students of the school acquainted the parents about the various activities and events that take place at G.D Goenka through a PPT Presentation and Talk Show with the Goenkans.The Principal Ms. Ragini Kaul oriented the parents about all they could expect at the institution. She also provided valuable parenting tips in order to help the child go through the transition from home to school as smoothly as possible. She also took up the queries of all the parents during an Interactive session ensuring parental satisfaction.

 

To preach… dream big….to inspire…. practice…..!!

Miss Ragini Kaul is a kind of a principal who’s not afraid to step into the garden with clippers when it comes to spreading awareness among the young ones, to roll her sleeves first when it comes to moulding the raw, get a new mohawk when it comes to matching steps with the leraners, grab the stage when it comes to endorsing health and first one to express when it comes to sensitizing the little ones. May be that’s why it is celebration time for her. India Today in collaboration with Edcomp felicitated our respected Principal Ma’am with the award of the Best Principal for her outstanding contribution to encouraging curriculum concept application in real life into the school’s pedagogy for she managed to cultivate educational success where weaker wills could not. Contrivance is something that needs to be put into action to produce perfection. She marked her gold with the following words, “ I am the one who believes in unity at par. Sathi hath badana…ek akela thak jae toh milkar bojh uthana. None of us can do great things all alone….but we all can do small things together with love and make this world a better place to live in. Our responsibilty is to build a pedestal as a bridge in proximity to gigantic wisdom.”

Heartiest congratulations ma’am

GDGPS Team

 

“Urjja…. The energy unleashed”

The much awaited Sports Day, Urjja-The Energy was held on 24 February 2016 in the school premises. The fantastic turnout from the parents and the pleasant weather were the perfect boost for the day to begin. The students entered into the spirit of occasion in a grand way with releasing of colourful balloons, a symbol of free will, followed by an oath being administered by the Principal of the school who further gave a kick-start to the event with her efficacious words. The audience took the salute of the impressive March Past of the young Goenkans.

A peppy dance drill and an energizing exercise set the tone for the rest of the event. Once the races began, the air was filled with cheering and tons of encouragement for the young athletes. The indulgence all loved was the Grand Finale where the gathering witnessed the exuberant flush of gaiety among the students. Wrap up came with a bagful of words by the principal of the school who quoted, “ These young thunderbolts have surely come far from what they were but…..not yet from what they are going to be.”

 

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