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Mother’s Day Celebration 2021

May 8, 2021

Of all the gifts life offers, mother is the greatest of all; she might be a mother to the world, but she is the world to her family.

With a view to imbibe family values and celebrating essence of motherhood in the tech- driven 21st century, the students of Sanskar School enthusiastically celebrated Mother’s Day virtually on 8th May 2021. In spirit of the special day, students of grades Pre-primary to V made beautiful cards, wrote and recited poems expressing their deep love and closeness to their mothers.

Students of grades IX and X in their own loving way created some eye-catchy Canvas reflecting the bond they share with their mothers. The earnestness of the children attained a new pinnacle as they shared some artistic handmade cards for their mother with immense enthusiasm.

Students of grade XI wrote heartfelt letters to their mothers expressing their love and gratitude and also shared some of their fond memories together on Padlets. Additionally, they attached memorable pictures, music and video links in these padlets for their mothers.

It was delightful to witness how lovingly the children extended their gratitude to their pillars of strength.

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Virtual Inter House English Elocution Competition 2021

May 5, 2021

“Elocution refers to one’s capacity of communicating with others, with the use of exact speech and gestures”

Keeping in mind the creativity of young learners, Sanskar School organized virtual Inter House English Elocution Competition on 5th May 2021. This provided a platform to the budding orators of the school to showcase their communication skills by elucidating variety of topics. The learners used tools such as voice modulation, voice clarity, topic relevance, correct diction and pronunciation to ensure that their views were expressed clearly. Learners showed zeal and enthusiasm while taking part in this competition.

Preprimary Puppet Theatre

May 3, 2021

Puppets add life to a story, hence children can relate to them more easily and especially when they have created their own puppets. To stimulate their imagination, encourage creativity and aid their play, Sanskar School organised a Puppet Theatre Show for the tiny tots of Early Years on 3rd May’2021. They watched the story of ‘Three Little Pigs’ and later on they prepared their own puppet in a puppet making workshop. Puppets can teach children about their emotions. They can interact with the puppets and express their emotions with them. They keenly watched the story and shared their views afterwards and developed their listening skills. They also developed their fine motor skills by making their own puppets and using fingers to manipulate the puppets.

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Labour Day Celebration at Sanskar School

May 1, 2021

“No work is insignificant. All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

To celebrate the spirit of dignity of labour and respect for the social helpers, Sanskar School celebrated World Labour Day on 1st May 2021 (Saturday). Students from grade 1 to 12 appreciated the day designated to recognize the painstaking efforts and liberation from years long exploitation of the labour community.
The purpose of celebrating the day was to make the students aware of the dignity of labour in any form and to develop regard for selfless efforts of all those who work hard day and night to make our lives comfortable.
A plethora of activities were conducted for the students of the respective classes. A virtual craft activity was held for Lower Secondary-1(Grades 1-6) students. The students prepared Thanks-giving cards, flowers and badges for their helpers. The children expressed their gratitude by presenting cards, flowers and badges made by them to their maids, drivers, guards, etc maintaining proper Covid safety measures.

An article-writing activity was conducted for Lower Secondary-2(Grades 7 and 8) students to develop an understanding amongst the students about the importance of labor in our daily life. Students of grades 9 and 10 recorded messages and made posters showing their gratitude towards the unwavering efforts of the labour community.

Students from grades IX,X,and XI also created some beautiful padlets showing their knowledge about different labour laws mentioned in our constitution. The students designed and decorated their padlets with meaningful messages and posted their views and ideas on how the labour community should flourish and thrive with respect and honour. They also expressed their heartfelt gratitude with honest words and thoughts.
In addition to the above, a talk show was conducted for the students of IGCSE year-1 and 2 to forge a better understanding of the importance of the labor community. They were made to understand the humanitarian ethics of respecting and regarding people and communities, irrespective of the roles they play in our lives.

Students of IBDP y1 and y2 made a video highlighting the government policies made for the welfare of the labourers. They also tied up with the NGO, Prayas- CRLA, to spread the word to the remotest corner and to the needy ones.

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Virtual Inter house Art Competition 2021

April 28, 2021

“ Every child is an artist” said Pablo Picasso.

Keeping this in mind and to explore the creative potential of our young learners, Sanskar School organized Virtual Inter House Art competition on 28th April 2021, where learners showcased their artistic skills in drawing and colouring on the given themes and the result was amazing art work.
Learners participated in this fun filled activity with great enthusiasm .

“VIRASAT”: Inter House Heritage Quiz 2021

April 26, 2021

“You don’t stumble upon your heritage. It’s there, just waiting to be explored and shared.”
In an attempt to motivate the future generations of our country towards efforts required to protect and conserve our vast cultural heritage, an Inter House Heritage Quiz “VIRASAT” was organised at Sanskar School on Saturday, 24th April 2021 for the students of classes 9 to 12 including participants from the four houses Atharva, Rig, Sam and Yajur. The quiz aimed at raising awareness among the students about the country’s rich heritage and to sensitize them to the cultural diversity of India. It focused on preserving our heritage as well as the diversity and vulnerability of monuments and heritage sites.

For students from grades 6 to 8, the quiz was conducted through the Google Form platform to provide ease and uniformity for all the students to participate. The wide variety of questions placed emphasis on the importance and history of our country. The students proved their mettle through the exciting quiz at the end of which the first three positions were selected from each class and house.

For students from grades 9 to 12, it was an online competition conducted on Google Meet through the links shared with the participants. Two students were chosen from each class to represent their house with each of the four houses having total 8 participants. The five unique rounds comprising different segments were called “Colours of India”, “Seen but Unseen”, “Clever Monster”, “People Who Inspire” and “Beat the Clock”. Each round was a power house of knowledge-enhancing questions faced confidently by the students. The students tackled engaging questions and colourful images of monuments, national leaders, etc. The competition was tough but the children held their nerve and contested keenly. Although all the houses participated actively, eventually it was Yajur house, Rig house and Sam House which bagged the first, second and third position, respectively, with Atharva house at the fourth place.

The perfect selection and presentation of questions by the Quiz master complemented the students’ intellect and the teams’ wonderful performances were a testimony to the fact that even with all that is taking place around the world, learning is happening perfectly in sync through areas beyond the textbooks.

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Inter-Class English Monologue Competition held at Sanskar School

April 23, 2021

World Book and Copyright Day is celebrated across the globe on April 23 every year. This day is also regarded as the English Language Day across the globe. While the world lost its great writers like William Shakespeare, Miguel de Cervantes and Joseph Pla on April 23, Manuel Mejia Vallejo and Maurice Druon were born on this very day.

To instil and imbibe the love for language and to develop an understanding of the key concepts of language skills, Sanskar School organised a ‘Monologue Competition’ for students of grades 6-12 on 23rd April 2021. The competition was held virtually and was acknowledged by the students enthusiastically.

Each participant showed immense amount of zeal and excitement while performing and enacting the characters of their choice. It was over all a delightful experience to watch the young budding talents exploring their hidden potential and exhibiting immense amount of knowledge and language skills.

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World Earth Day 2021

April 22, 2021

Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need not every man’s greed-Mahatma Gandhi…
This quote was reiterated and remembered by the students of Sanskar on the special day- 22nd April 2021 commemorating International Mother Earth Day. Students across the school pledged to do their bit towards mother Earth by practicing 3Rs, preserving flora and fauna and sharing their perspectives in virtual class…Let us all pledge to do our bit towards our dear Mother Earth..

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Virtual Republic Day Celebration at Sanskar School

January 26, 2021

India’s 72nd Republic Day was celebrated online with great fanfare by Sanskar School on 26th January 2021. The programme commenced with the unfurling of the National Flag in a great moment of pride by the Principals, Mrs Neelam Bhardwaj and Mrs. Girdhar Kumari. The event was witnessed online by students, parents and teachers from the comfort of their homes.

The unfurling of the flag was followed by a melodious song presentation by the school choir that revived the patriotic fervour and a sense of pride in all those who watched the event on the digital platform.

The occasion was celebrated virtually in different class groups with presentations ranging from speech in Hindi and English to instrumental and vocal music, classical dance and a school video showcasing all the virtual school events in the year gone by. The students moved the audience with their expressive heartfelt thoughts and performances. The programme culminated with a vote of thanks.

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Virtual Christmas Day Celebration at Sanskar School

December 25, 2020

Jingle bell, jingle bell, jingle all the way…… HO!Ho!Ho! Santa Claus has arrived at Sanskar School with a huge bag of joy and festive spirit this year.
Grades EY to 8 celebrated the Christmas eve virtually by singing the Christmas Carols, dancing to the beats, participating in fun games and not to miss a skit presentation by our senior students emphasizing the importance of Christmas and joy of giving in it’s true sense.
Sanskar School wishes all of you a Merry Christmas!

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Inter house Virtual Just a Minute Competition

December 5, 2020

Sanskar School conducted the Inter House Virtual just a minute competition for learners of Grade 1 to 5, on 5th December, 2020. It was an attempt to promote English speaking skills, in terms of pronunciation, delivery, and voice modulation, and to develop English in its spoken form. Learners virtually presented their thoughts on the chosen topic in just a minute from a wide variety such as My Family, Seasons, Importance of time, maintaining wellbeing and Trees Our best friends. It was an enriching session for the learners and teachers as well.

Sanskar School celebrates World Food Day 2020

October 16, 2020

World Food Day is celebrated all across the globe on 16th October every year. This year’s World Food Day marked its 75th Anniversary with the theme “Grow, Nourish, Sustain Together. Our actions are our future.” The current health crisis initiated by the Corona virus pandemic has made us all sit up and take note of the importance of maintaining our health. This year’s World Food Day was devoted to highlight food and agriculture as a significant part of COVID-19 response.

Sanskar School students from Primary classes commemorated this day with great enthusiasm by drawing ‘My Healthy Plate’, emphasizing the importance of balanced diet in maintaining good health and an overall fit body. Grade 4 and 5 learners also shared their views on ‘How Nutrition can help fight against COVID-19 Pandemic’. They highlighted the importance of strengthening the immune system through optimal nutrition and dietary nutrient intake as a viable prevention against this pandemic.

The Middle school students made presentations on relevant topics like ‘We always focus on what to eat rather than how to eat’, ‘Are you smart enough to choose your diet?’, Why should food not be wasted?’, ‘The health benefits of an Apple as per the familiar expression- An apple a day keeps the doctor away’.

A special virtual assembly was also organized by the senior students wherein they prepared and shared presentations and expressed their views reflecting the current food and agricultural scenario in India and other developing nations. The Principal, Ms. Girdhar Kumari, applauded their efforts and encouraged them to think further on the lines of food scarcity and our role as citizens to eradicate this social evil from the roots.

World Animal Day 2020 celebrated at Sanskar School

October 4, 2020

World Animal Day is observed every year on October 4th to raise awareness among the masses for creating welfare and improving the standards of animals living across the globe.

Pets bring joy in our lives that even fellow humans sometimes don’t and that’s why we feel the need to be around them even more. We crave their affection and attention and want to spend more time with them doing fun activities.

Sanskar School learners commemorated this day with great enthusiasm by sharing stories concerning their pets and by expressing their love and affection for them. They also brought their pets to their online classes and shared their views on why they are the best companions for each other.

World Tourism Day

September 27, 2020

“Travelling — it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” Ibn Battuta

World Tourism Day is celebrated every year on 27th September, to celebrate the unique role that tourism plays in providing opportunities outside of big cities and preserving cultural and natural heritage all around the world.
Learners of grades 1,2 and 3 of Sanskar School also celebrated this day with great enthusiasm and gusto. They shared interesting travel stories of their favourite place across the globe, which they have visited as a tourist in the last few years and has left a lasting impact on them. They described their unique experiences regarding the food, culture, language, dressing style and weather of the place chosen by them. They also shared souvenirs brought from the place which reminds them of special moments in their lives.They also shared their views on their dream place which they would like to visit in future.

Sanskar School celebrates International Day of Peace 2020

September 21, 2020

“When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.” —Jimi Hendrix

International Day of Peace is celebrated worldwide every year on 21st September, to recognize the efforts of those who have worked hard to end conflict and promote peace. As part of the event, learners from grades 4 and 5 of Sanskar School, Sirsi Road, commemorated this day with great enthusiasm by dressing up united as one and by sharing the efforts and contributions of their Peacemaker Heroes, who have worked passionately to promote peace and justice in the world.

The students performed an online role play depicting their favourite peacemakers and showcasing their ideologies in their quest for one world in front of other students and teachers based on this year’s theme ‘Shaping Peace Together’. One could see the children putting up a strong front dressed up as Jawaharlal Nehru, Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, the Dalai Lama, Aung San Suu Kyi, etc. to promote awareness on issues related to peace and non-violence and to spread compassion, kindness and hope in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Inter House Hindi Creative Writing Competition 2020

September 12, 2020

Learners of Sanskar School from Grade 1 to 5 marked the occasion of Hindi Diwas by enthusiastically participating in an Online Inter House Hindi Creative writing competition. Learners choose to write on a topics such as “काश मैं तितली होता/होती, काश मैं फूल होता/होती,
यदि मैं वैज्ञानिक होता/होती”.They showed their creative writing skills and a wonderful written journey of their imaginations.

Glimpses of making Comic Strips

September 3, 2020

Virtual Cooking Competition of IIHM City semifinal for junior & senior

September 3, 2020

National Sports Day

August 29, 2020

Green Color Activity

August 25, 2020

Sanskar School little champs were seen engaged in Green Color Activity today with thumb painting, leaf painting, spotting all the green objects in and around them and yes…dont miss the attire that is green too..
After all Green stands for growth, freshness ,safety, energy and most importantly environment…

Ganesh Chaturthi 2020

August 22, 2020

Virtual Independence Day celebration at Sanskar School

August 15, 2020

Sanskar School students and teachers brought out the true spirit of India’s 74th Independence Day on a virtual platform this year due to the constraints of the current COVID-19 scenario.
Students from Pre-primary to grade 12th began the celebration online by observing the flag being hoisted by the School Director, Ms. Rhea Tharyamal and the Principals, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms. Girdhar Kumari.
Thereafter, all the students joined in to show their patriotic fervour through various presentations and activities like flag making, patriotic songs, poster- making, classical dance, skits, speeches related to great freedom fighters and recitation on various topics like our motherland, leaders, unity in diversity, etc.
Many of the students expressed their thoughts about the essence of freedom, independence and liberty alongside paying homage to the sacrifices made by the freedom freedoms in the struggle for independence. Some of the students reiterated the thought that we should not be taking our independence for granted and to always keep in mind our responsibilities and duties as individuals as well as members of the society.

Inter House Recitation Competition

August 9, 2020

International Yoga Day 2020

June 21, 2020

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Inter House English Debate Competition

June 17, 2020

World Wildlife Day celebrated at Sanskar School

March 3, 2020

World Wildlife Day is celebrated worldwide on 03rd March every year. This day is an opportunity to celebrate the many beautiful and varied forms of wild flora and fauna and to raise awareness of the multitude of benefits that their conservation provides to people.

Keeping this objective in mind, Sanskar School commemorated the day with great enthusiasm on March 03. A special assembly for the same was held in the school wherein the students were made aware of the endangered animals and plants and ways to fight against crime related to wildlife.

A number of activities were organized wherein the students carried out slogan writing and poster making on the current year’s theme, role-plays, research work on various endangered animals and also took a pledge to save wildlife.

While interacting with the students on the occasion, the School Principal, Mrs Girdhar Kumari, emphasized the importance of wildlife in human life which provides us food, medicines and environmental benefits.

Class V Exhibition

February 28, 2020

Sanskar School, Sirsi Road organised the PYP Exhibition of Grade 5 on Feburary 28, 2020. The Exhibition 2020 was conducted under the theme ‘Sharing the Planet’. The Exhibition gave an opportunity to the students to engage in collaborative transdisciplinary inquiry process that involved them in identifying, investigating and offering possible solutions to various local and global child related issues. The young learners of Grade 5 chose contemporary issues like Bullying, Peer Pressure, Cyber Crime, Child Safety, Education, Health, Poverty and many more under the umbrella Central Idea-‘Children Worldwide Encounter a range of Risk, Challenges and Opportunities’. The students demonstrated independence and responsibility for their learning. They collectively synthesised all the essential elements of PYP while sharing their learning through their informative and creative display. They also showcased their learning through mesmerising folk and western dance, melodious vocal and instrumental music, noteworthy theater and self defence techniques. The program was applauded by the parents. The Principals, Mrs. Girdhar Kumari and Mrs. Neelam Bharadwaj graced the occasion with their presence and encouraged the students. The performance by the children from Taabar NGO was an added attraction. The exhibition was a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the transition of the young learners to the next phase of their education.

School’s PYP Coordinator Ms. Smita Benuskar congratulated all the grade 5 students and teachers for the success of the exhibition which is an important culmination event of the PYP journey.

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Celebration of ‘Matribhasha Diwas’ (Mother Language Day)

February 21, 2020

Mother Language Day was celebrated at Sanskar School with great enthusiasm and participation. The celebration began with a Special Assembly wherein all the students read the Preamble to the Constitution in their ‘Matribhasha’. This was followed by the school choir singing various Folk songs emphasizing the importance of all the languages spoken across the country in the morning assembly.

Students from Pre-Primary were motivated to recite a poem or narrate a story in their Mother Language. Posters were made by the students of Classes 1 to 5 in their Mother Language on magical words like ‘Welcome, Please, Thank-you, Sorry etc’ used in our day to day life. Students were encouraged further by showing a video highlighting the importance of Mother Language and its connection with oneself.

A skit was presented in Hindi by a group of students to highlight the importance of our national language within Sanskar community.

It was an enriching experience for one and all to understand and realize the importance of our Mother Language which truly stands as an epitome of ‘Unity in Diversity’.

Graduation Ceremony 2020 held at Sanskar School

February 15, 2020

Sanskar School bid adieu to its outgoing batch of class XII on 15th February 2020 in the school auditorium. The event commenced with the traditional lighting of the lamp by the distinguished guests, Mr. Sunil Mehta, Director and Founder of The Tree House Resort, Mr. Uttam Tharyamal, a successful entrepreneur and Ms. Deeksha Singh Shekhawat, Legal Advisor at HDFC ERGO General Insurance, the School Director, Ms. Rhea Tharyamal and the Principals, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms. Girdhar Kumari.

This was followed by an inspiring address by the Principal, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj. In her advice to the students, the Principal pointed out that as they venture out into the vast and unknown experiences of college life, they should learn to handle their freedom with wisdom. She also thanked the parents for their unwavering support and cooperation through the years. Thereafter, citations were read out for each student while a candle was lit in front of them. The students then placed these candles on an outline map of India drawn in the centre. It was a proud moment for the teachers and parents who witnessed the students being felicitated.

The event proceeded with the Principal, Ms. Girdhar Kumari, administering the pledge to the students. They were then addressed by the eminent guests who guided and wished them for their future endeavours. After the address, the audience heard one of the parents and students, Ms. Jayanti Tiwari and Shamatmika Rathore, respectively, share their experiences with them. The event concluded with a vote of thanks.

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Sanskar students visit “Indian Bird Fair”

February 6, 2020

Sanskar school organised a visit to the 23rd ‘Indian Bird Fair’ at Mansagar, Jaipur for grades 6th to 9th on 6th February 2020.
It was a great learning experience and an amazing opportunity to sight a variety of resident and migratory birds in their natural habitat. It was a very picturesque view which is very rarely seen. The objective behind this bird fair was to promote ‘A thought of saving the Mansagar’, as this lake is a habitat of around 200 species of birds out of which about 25 are migratory species. The number of species is reducing every year due to polluted water of the lake.

There the students attended a session by Mr. T.I.Khan (Retd.), professor from Department of Environmental Science, University of Rajasthan and Ornithologist Martin Goodwin from London. This was also organised to create awareness and to conserve the habitat for the state bird of Rajasthan ‘The Great Indian Bustard’ which is now a critically endangered, endemic species.

Students viewed a variety of species of birds like, Little Cormorant, Great Egret, Black-winged Stilt, Great White Pelican, Grey Heron, Common Pochard, etc. Students attended the session with full enthusiasm and sensitivity towards the issue. It could be observed that our present generation understands the issue very well and has an ability to come up with novel and practical solutions.

Sanskar Fiesta 2020

January 19, 2020

Sanskar School, Sirsi Road, organised its Fiesta 2020 at Sanskar Cricket Ground on 19th January 2020. The event was inaugurated by the Director, Ms. Rhea Tharyamal, along with the Principals, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms. Girdhar Kumari. The festivities commenced with an enthralling musical performance that set an exciting tempo for the occasion.

The day was filled with fun and excitement for the students, parents and visitors who could be seen frolicking around the games stalls that included mind games, tech-savvy virtual games as well as games of sheer luck and general merriment.

To add to the temptations, were an array of food stalls that offered a variety of cuisines like Chinese, South Indian, Italian, North Indian, Mughlai, etc. Also, numerous rides like the Ferris Wheel and Columbus were enjoyed by the young lot adding to the spirit of bonhomie, friendship, family bonding and celebration.

The icing on the cake was the collection of dance and music performances by Sanskar students that received an encore from the crowd present at the venue.

The grand finale comprised the Raffle draw that included exciting gifts like Ipad, LED TV, Mobile phone, Bicycle, OTG and many more. The day was a true mix of fun and merriment for the Sanskar family and all those present at the Fiesta who made it a memorable day for all.

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MUN held at Sanskar School

December 22, 2019

SMUN (Sanskar Model United Nations) was held at Sanskar School on 21st and 22nd December 2019. Students from various renowned schools of Jaipur participated in the event that saw a lot of brainstorming, debating, discussion leading to progressive solutions.

In the Opening Ceremony held on 21st December, the Chief Guest, Ms. Rhea Tharyamal, Director of Sanskar School, was accorded a warm welcome followed by lighting of the lamp to invoke blessings from the almighty. This was followed by a music and folk dance performance. Thereafter, the Principal, Ms. Girdhar Kumari, welcomed the Executive Board members and participants, motivating them and wishing them active participation in the event. The Chief Guest, Ms. Rhea Tharyamal, and the Principals, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms. Girdhar Kumari, handed over the gavels to the respective Committee Heads. The Chief Guest thereafter addressed the gathering wherein she expressed her delight in seeing so many young students taking keen interest in global affairs. The Chief Advisor, Shubham Maheshwari, also spoke to the delegates and wished them the very best of interactive thinking and debating. Finally, the Secretary General, Ayush Agarwal, declared the SMUN open. The delegates carried out intense debates and discussions to reach solutions for global issues. In the evening, they all joined in for a social meet and dinner.

On 22nd December, the delegates continued with the MUN proceedings that concluded with a press release presented by each committee. The Principals felicitated the Executive Board members and presented awards to the most outstanding MUNers. The event concluded with a Vote of Thanks by the Secretary General who announced the event as closed.

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Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony held at Sanskar School

December 20, 2019

The Annual Prize Distribution celebration was held at Sanskar School on 19th and 20th December 2019 in the memory of (Late) Shri Kanni Thahryamal who chartered a way ahead in the field of world class education through his vision. The students were awarded prizes for proficiency in the academic year 2018-19 and for their commendable performance in activities in the current academic session 2019-20.

The Director, Ms Rhea Tharyamal, the Principals, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms Girdhar Kumari, as well as the esteemed guest, Mr Sudhir Mathur, gave away the prizes to the meritorious students. In the Primary school, Rig House was declared the ‘Best House’ while in the Senior School, Atharva House had the privilege of receiving the Kanni Thahryamal Trophy for the ‘Best House’. Shreya Gupta (V) was bestowed with Lachman Bhatia Trophy for the ‘Best Pupil of the Year’ in the Primary school while Esha Sharma (XII) was declared the ‘Best Pupil’ among the seniors and awarded the Dr. Daisaku Ikeda Trophy along with a cash prize of Rs 5000. Students were also rewarded for Excellence in Co-curricular activities as follows:

1.Dramatics–Tejasvi Hemraj Patil (V)
2.Folk Dance – Shreya Gupta (V) & Naina Sambharia (IX)
3.Western Dance – Krishna Goyal (V) & Aman Sharma (XII)
4.Basketball – Navya Chander – (V) & Prashant Chouhan (XII)
5.Vocal Music – Alia Kanchan (I) & Swastika Soni (VII)
6.Instrumental Music – Rohini Singh (V), Shruti Sogani (XII) & Mridul Sharma (XII)
7.Karate – Divyansh Bhalothia (V) & Gaurang Sharma (X)
8.Cricket – Suryansh Dubey (V) & Pradyuman Singh (XII)
9.Art & Craft – Parman Godara (V) & Ananya Sharma (IX)
10. Skating – Vishu Agarwal (V) & Krisha Jadeja (XII)
11. Yoga – Aarav Yadav (IV) & Durganshi Bagraniya (VII)
12. Lawn Tennis – Hardik Chhaugani (V) & Saniya Khan (IX)
13. Band – Aaditiya Banerjee (IX)
14. Best Innovator – Jayesh Sharma (VII) & Lavika Chugh (X)

Ritul Khandelwal (XII) put on the mantle of ‘Best Sports Girl’ to receive the Dayavanti Naraindas Trophy alongside Yashvardhan Singh (XII), ‘Best Sports Boy’ who claimed the Sunil Gavaskar Trophy.

Two more trophies, along with a cash prize of Rs 5000 each, were bestowed by the honourable guest, Mr Sudhir Mathur, to the worthy candidates. The first trophy for ‘Raghu Sinha Stellar Award’ was presented to Chinmay Jain, School Topper of Class X CBSE Board Examination. The second trophy for ‘Mala Mathur Versatile Award’, for a student displaying proficiency in academics and co-curricular activities, was given to Kshitij Jain (XII).

Some special awards for outstanding work were also given to Orator of the year, Vagisha Tiwari (XII), Writer of the year, Mahima Barnabas (XII) and Photographer of the year, Honesh Rai Pareek (XII). The Student Initiative Award was given to Shamatmika Rathore (XII).

Two awards were also given by CBSE to Misha Sharma for Taekwondo and Krisha Jadeja for Skating, respectively. Merit Certificates from CBSE were given to various students for their commendable performance in different subjects. Devrat Singh received the certificate for the subject Business Studies, Aashish Agarwal for Informatics Practices, Aaditya Pareek and Rupal Bisht for Commercial Art and Surbhi Agarwal for Political Science. The Class XII CBSE toppers from the previous session were also felicitated in the ceremony. These included Tanyut Sharma (Science), Devrat Singh Shekhawat (Commerce) and Surabhi Agarwal (Humanities).

The Principal, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj and the esteemed guest, Mr. Sudhir Mathur, concluded the event by congratulating the winners and motivating the other students to try harder and give their best in their future endeavours.

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Annual Sports Day 2019 celebrated at Sanskar School

December 1, 2019

Sanskar School celebrated its Annual Sports Day 2019 at Sanskar Cricket Ground on 1st December with a lot of energy and high spirits. The event was attended by the Chief Guest for the event, Mr. Anand Srivastava, Jaipur Police Commissioner, Special Guests, Ms. Surbhi Mishra, National Squash player, Mr Sudhir Mathur and Mr Ajay Sinha, renowned philanthropists, Mr Rakesh Goswami, Chief Bureau of Hindustan Times, Mr. Shan Bhatnagar, Interior designer and artist, Mr. Sandeep Sethi, an Educationist, Mr. Rishi Miglani, model turned actor, Mr. Uttam Tharyamal and Ms. Disha Tharyamal, a young entrepreneur.

The event commenced with a fusion performance created by Sanskar Orchestra and Rock Band Thereafter, the Director, Ms Rhea Tharyamal, declaring the Sports Meet open which was followed by the Torch Lighting ceremony carried forward by the International and national level players of the school. This was followed by a crisp March Past by the students led by the school council members of each house. The guests were given a salute by the equestrian riders.

The Principal, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj, thereupon addressed the gathering wherein she encouraged the children to do their best and motivated them to strive harder for attaining excellence in their life. She highlighted some of the school’s recent International and National achievements like the Sanskar Basketball team winning CBSE National Clusters and Mayoor Cup, Ritul Khandelwal winning 2 Silver medals in World Grappling Championship, Krisha Jadeja winning a Silver medal in CBSE National Skating Championship, Misha Sharma winning a Silver medal in CBSE National Taekwondo Championship and a Bronze in International Taekwondo and Anusha Singh winning a Bronze medal in Shotput at CBSE National Athletics Meet.

This was followed by a Folk Dance performance that showcased Dandia and Garba style of dancing using various props. The Chief Guest, Mr. Anand Srivastava shared his inspiring thoughts with the distinguished gathering motivating the students to carry on with dedication on the path of glory and success.

The other performances like Yoga and Martial Arts were interspersed with the main Athletic events for students from classes VI-XI which included 100m, 200m and 400m relay races.

The highlight of the event was a tribute to the late Chairman of the school, Mr. Lachman Bhatia, whose everlasting philosophy, values and vision were highlighted through a western dance performance that simultaneously included a live glue and glitter painting created by some of the Fine Arts and Visual Arts students of Sanskar School in synchronization with the dance performance. The event concluded with prize distribution and a Vote of Thanks.

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Signature Campaign by Disha Foundation held at Sanskar School

November 26, 2019

As a part of celebrating the International Day for Persons with Disabilities on 3rd December 2019, Disha Foundation held a Signature Campaign for the cause of Disability at large on 26th November 2019 at Sanskar School. The Principals, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms. Girdhar Kumari, a large number of teachers and students signed up on banners and made contributions to show their commitment towards the care of people with disabilities.

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World Science Day

November 10, 2019

World science day for Peace and Development highlights the important role that science has in society and is celebrated each year on November 10th. This day aims to ensure that citizens are kept informed of developments in science.

Keeping the objective in mind, Sanskar School commemorated this day with great enthusiasm on November 8th. A number of activities were organized wherein the students of Grade 3 carried out slogan writing on the current year’s theme.Grade 4 students did research on various science topics like Energy Conservation, Space and Information Technology. Grade 5 students debated on the topic ‘Is science development a boon or a curse?’

Sanskar students attend session on JKLU Innovation Challenge 2019

November 8, 2019

Sanskar School students of classes 11th and 12th attended a session on the 2nd Edition of ‘JKLU Innovation Challenge 2019’ by Mr. Dhruv Tak from JK Lakshmipat University on 8th November 2019. The innovative challenge aims at involving 300+ schools and 30,000+ students in this second edition. The students were prodded to think up “An idea to solve a problem in their surrounding, community and environment falling under SDGs in form of prototype, video, photo story, drawing or document.” The best innovative solutions would be awarded on the basis of their submissions in various categories related to innovative idea, marketable innovation, implementation, demonstration, social impact, environmental impact and frugal innovation.

Sanskar students attend session on Abdul Kalam

October 21, 2019

Sanskar students attended a session, pertaining to Dr A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, with Mr. Nitin Sharma from Innovation Institute, Jaipur on 21st October 2019. The students were apprised of the life journey of Dr Kalam as mentioned in his autobiography, Wings of Fire. They heard anecdotes related to Dr Kalam’s early life, hardship, fortitude, luck and chance that eventually led him to lead Indian space research, nuclear and missile programs. The session concluded with a presentation on the life and work of Dr Abdul Kalam.

World Food Day

October 16, 2019

World Food Day is a day of action dedicated to tackle global hunger. Held annually on 16th October, people from around the world come together to declare their commitment to eradicate worldwide hunger.
Sanskar School also dedicated this day for helping the not so privileged section of the society. As a socially responsible gesture towards the same, students donated certain staple food items like wheat flour, pulses and rice. This opportunity was also utilised to spread awareness with regards ‘Hunger Index’ of our country and measures to mitigate the same.

Pink Colour Day

September 28, 2019

Students of Pre- Primary came dressed in different hues of pink to mark Pink Colour Day. They made flamingo, tulip, ice-cream, cupcake, flowers using different techniques like hand print, bud printing, thumb print, paper folding, drawing and colouring. They also made a collage using picture cuttings of pink things like lotus, onion, turnip, ice-cream, flamingo, pig, rose, lips and named and recognized these natural things. They also identified and picked things of pink colour in their classroom.
Students enhanced their vocabulary by getting familiar with new words . They also developed their observation skill as well as their creativity through different activities.

Sanskar students attend Seminar on ‘Sustainable Development and its Goals’

September 25, 2019

Sanskar School students of grades 11th and 12th attended a seminar on ‘Sustainable Development and its Goals’ held on 25th September at the school auditorium.
The seminar was conducted by Ms. Akshita, Marketing Manager and Mr. Debashish Ghosh, Director Principal, IIHM Jaipur.
The 11th and 12th grade humanities and commerce students who attended the session later planted saplings in the school campus alongwith the Director, Ms. Rhea Tharyamal and the Principals, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms. Girdhar Kumari.

Fun With Colour

September 17, 2019

Students of Pre – Primary enjoyed Fun with Colour Day on 17th September, 2019. They did colouring activities and explored the world of shades made by using and mixing primary colours. Students explored various techniques of painting like :- bud painting, blow painting, thumb printing , stick painting etc. and demonstrated their thinking skill by making painting of thing they see around them. Some students explored their creativity by making thing using play dough as well as cloth painting. This activity enhanced their fine motor skill as well as creativity and imagination.

A Visit to Farm

September 12, 2019

Students of class 1 went for a farm visit to Kalwar Stud Farm. They saw animals along with their babies. They observed animal shelters, things they eat and various crops growing at farm. They were excited and enthusiastic during the visit. They saw people doing farming as well as saw equipments used for farming.

Green Colour Day

August 30, 2019

Students of Pre- Primary came dressed in different hues of green to mark Green Colour Day on 30th August, 2019. They made different articles like – caterpillar, frog, turtle, fish using paper craft technique and made a collage of green colour objects. They also went for Nature Walk to admire the beauty of nature in its greenery after the rains. They also identified and named things which are green in nature.

Inter-House Skating Competition held at Sanskar School

August 28, 2019

An Inter-House Skating Competition was held at Sanskar School on 28th August 2019 for students from grades 1 to 5. From among the four houses, Sam house attained First position followed by Yajur, Rig and Atharva house in Second, Third and Fourth position, respectively. The winners from various classes were as follows:

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Sanskar School commemorates war hero Gen Sagat Singh’s birth centenary

July 18, 2019

Sanskar School was a part of the Indian army’s efforts in holding a series of events in Rajasthan to commemorate the birth centenary of legendary war veteran, Lieutenant General Sagat Singh, notable for his pivotal role in the liberation of Goa from Portugese rule and later, the liberation of Bangladesh. A three-star General in the Indian Army, Singh was born in Kusumdesar village in Churu district on July 14, 1919. For this inspirational leadership as a Military Commander in war, the Nation bestowed him with the Padma Bhushan.

The celebrations started under the aegis of South-Western command from July 8 with motivational lectures in schools at Jaipur and other parts of the state. Alongside a session highlighting the military genius of Gen. Sagat Singh, a motivational talk was also presented to the students of Class XI from Sanskar School, inspiring them to join the Indian Army by Capt Anjana and Lt Sudeep. The students listened avidly to the talk and clarified various doubts regarding entry schemes for joining the Indian Army.

In continuation with the celebrations, a special function was held in Jaipur to unveil the bust of Lt. Gen Sagat Singh. Sanskar School’s NCC cadets were present for the function held over a period of two days.

Giving wings to our imagination

July 17, 2019

Stories give wings to our imagination and take us to places beyond boundaries of our physical world. To keep the tradition going and incite curiosity and love for reading in children, an Inter House Storytelling Competition was held at Sanskar School on 17th July 2019. The event had participants from grade first to fifth from different houses. Participants narrated their stories based on moral values and learnings taken from Panchtantra, Aesop fables, Akbar Birbal, etc. The students showcased and presented their creativity by using props, facial expressions, gestures and voice modulation. Rig house students secured the First position. The class wise winners were Aaradhy Mishra, I (Sam House), Vidhan Singh, II (Rig House), Samaira N. Joseph, II (Rig House), Shaunit Kacker, III (Sam House), Parv Saboo, IV (Rig House), Harsheen Shekhawat, V (Rig House). The event concluded with the Principal, Mrs. Girdhar Kumari, giving her insights and interesting tips on how to become a good story teller and suggestions to create their own stories.

Tree Plantation Drive organized in Sanskar School

July 12, 2019

A mega tree plantation drive was carried out at Sanskar School by NCC cadets on 12th July 2019. The students, along with the Director, Ms. Rhea Tharyamal, and the Principals, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms. Girdhar Kumari, planted the saplings with a pledge to maintain the trees planted by them. The trees were assigned names and each of the students promised to take adequate care of the trees planted by them.

“One need not be a doctor to save a life. Be a life saver.”

May 21, 2019

A seminar on Basic Life Support Training was organized for students and teachers at Sanskar School on 21st May 2019. This session was presided over by Dr. Sunil Dutt Sharma and Dr. Prashant Mitharwal, consultant, Pediatric Intensive Case Unit, Surya Hospitals, Jaipur.

The speakers gave information to the students about the First-Aid treatment. The students of classes XI and XII enthusiastically participated in an hour – long session and got their queries solved.

Adolescent Empowerment Initiative

May 18, 2019

As part of the Life Skill Education Programme in Sanskar school, an ‘Adolescent Empowerment Talk’ was conducted on May 16 and 17, 2019 for the girls from classes IX to XII. The interactive talk, conducted by Ms Trupti Kulkarni, focussed on sensitizing teenage students to developments and challenges faced by them. The session started with the facilitator providing a safe space for students to discuss their concerns related to physical, emotional and social issues. Guidance about the impact of social media, body image issues, bullying, etc. was provided during the talk. The session was received well by the students, who spoke openly about their opinions and thoughts regarding the subjects.

Workshop on POCSO and Adolescent issues

May 18, 2019

Ms. Nisha Jain Grover of Vatsalya Foundation conducted a two-day workshop at Sanskar School on 17th and 18th May 2019, with regard to POCSO and Teenage and Adolescent Issues for teachers. The teachers of Sanskar School participated in the workshop.

The first day began with Ms Jain providing vital information with regard to the POCSO Act and the responsibility the teachers, the school and administration face in case of any untoward incident taking place. She also enlightened the participants about reporting channels and the duties of Administrative staff with regard to following protocol with relation to POCSO.

The second day of the workshop was dedicated solely to handling teenage and adolescent issues. It was an enriching experience to all present to be able to understand their students better and find innovative and new ways to help students deal with stress and anxiety. The teachers were able to take home valuable information and coping strategies that would enhance their teaching-learning in the classroom.

Unreal Campaign 2019’s presentation for High school students

May 4, 2019

Sanskar students from classes XI and XII (Commerce and Humanities) attended a session by The International Trademark Association (INTA) on 3rd May 2019. Under the Student Outreach Programme, The Unreal Campaign endeavoured to educate the teenagers about the dangers of purchasing counterfeit products.
The presentation explored the impact of counterfeit goods on students, their friends, families, and their communities, tips on identifying fake products and actual counterfeit products as well as information about the value of trademarks. It complemented the curricula related to Business, Economics, Consumer Sciences, Personal Finance and Health.
The informative programme prepared the students to be smart consumers and resonated with the future young entrepreneurs in the classrooms.

Getting Inspired

May 3, 2019

Sanskar School organized a guest lecture for the students of Grade IV on 3rd May 2019 to take forward their learning about role models under the transdisciplinary theme ‘Who We Are’. The guest Mr. Rishee Miglani, a popular model turned actor from Jaipur. He shared his thoughts and experiences with the students to motivate them to achieve their goals and become positive role models. He emphasized on the importance of hard work and dedication to gain success in life. It was an interactive session wherein the students asked many questions about his journey to success. It was a great learning experience and a moment of inspiration for everyone.

Guest Lecture on Exploration

May 3, 2019

Sanskar School, Sirsi road organized guest lectures on 1st and 3dr May 2019 for grade V under the theme – Where we are in place and time. The Keynotes speakers were Ms. Madhavi Pilani, Ms. Anushma Sharma and Dr. Kamayni Sharma.
Ms. Madhavi and Ms.Anushma are the members of the female biker group,” Pink City Bikerni” Jaipur and Dr. Kamayni Sharma is a homoeopathic physician, social worker and is fond of travelling.
The guest shared their experiences with travelling with the students. They also suggested the students when, where and how to travel. It was an enthralling and interactive session where the guest addressed all the queries of the students related to exploration, Navigation and measures to be taken while travelling. It was an enriching and learning experience for the students.

Sanskar School celebrates Labour Day 2019

May 1, 2019

Sanskar School students and teachers celebrated Labour Day 2019 in full spirit of the occasion. As a day to commemorate the hard work of its workers, Sanskar School teachers and students appreciated the efforts of all the grade IV employees and supporting staff. The students thanked them for their endeavour and expressed their gratitude for their efforts all through the year.

Sanskar students attend interactive session on India’s Heritage

April 26, 2019

Mr. Vikramjeet Singh Rooprai, founder of Heritageshala, famous teacher trainer and heritage activist, had an interactive session with the students on 26th April, 2019.
Filled with anecdotes, actual historical facts and brimming with a deep-seated love for one’s own family history, Mr. Rooprai successfully urged the students to question everything. He asked them to enquire about superstitions, traditions and know why we as people do what we do. He also emphasized that there is no wrong question. The only way a question could be wrong is if it was based on incorrect information. He convinced the students to look and think out of the box, to be creative, to have a deep and profound knowledge of India’s heritage and be proud of it.

Sanskar students attend session on preparation for NTSE

April 26, 2019

Sanskar students attended a session, pertaining to NTSE, with Mr. Nitin Sharma from Innovation Institute, Jaipur on 26th April 2019. The students were apprised of the correct methodology to follow in order to appear for NTSE. A lot of crucial information was shared with the students regarding planning and preparation for the exam.

My Favourite Colour Day

April 26, 2019

To recognize and learn names of different colours, the kids celebrated My Favourite Colour Day. They came in their favourite colour dresses. They did various activities like: – bud painting, thumb printing, tear and paste activity and colouring in the picture of their favourite things.

Budding Artists

April 24, 2019

Sanskar School, Sirsi Road organized an Inter House Art Competition on April 24, 2019 for classes 1 to 5. The topics were: The Food I Like, What Do I Do to be Healthy, Save Earth or Save Environment. Children made beautiful posters with slogans and captions on their topic. Children used their thinking skills to enhance their creativity. Sam House got the I position and Yajur House got the II position.

Visit to Food Mart

April 23, 2019

Students of class 1 enjoyed a visit to a food mart on 23rd April 2019. They explored different food items, the organization of the store, how the material is weighed and also got to learn the local names of many food items. They enhanced their knowledge about fruits, vegetables, grains, drinks and other eatables through the visit.

International Earth Day

April 22, 2019

The students of Sanskar School celebrated the International Earth Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. They demonstrated their realization to save the Earth through various activities. They participated in a nature walk in the school garden. They took a pledge to protect Mother Earth and offered gifts in the form of promises to help her. They displayed their creativity by making posters and cards and expressed their feelings for the Earth by reciting poems and singing songs. Students wrote about the harmful effects of pollution and how pollution should be controlled. They shared their views and offered suggestions to make the Earth a better place to live in. Group discussions and slogan writing were conducted for sharing ideas to make the Earth happy and beautiful.
It was a great day to showcase the children’s knowledge and creativity, to spread awareness and to be able to make a difference.

Community Day Celebration

April 22, 2019

Atal Community Day Celebration was organized at Sanskar School on 22nd April in order to give a hands on experience to students of various schools on electronic equipments, robotics and other scientific tools. A number of activities like soldering, copper wire circuit making, paper bridge, balloon cart etc. were organized for the students. About 60 students from seven schools, MPS Pratap Nagar, Brightlands Girls School, Dronacharya International School, Springdales, Tagore International School, participated wholeheartedly in a day long series of activities. Apart from the main streamline schools there were students from the NGO, Naya Savera who were equally excited to work in teams with other children. All participants were given a warm welcome by Principal, Mrs. Neelam Bhardwaj who emphasized the need to develop a scientific temperament among the younger generation. She encouraged all the students to explore various equipments and models prepared by the Atal Tinkering Laboratory students.

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Parent Orientation

April 20, 2019

Sanskar school conducted Parents Orientation Programme for classes I to V on 20.4.2019 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. This programme was conducted to make the parents aware about the journey of the PYP and also the various teaching techniques in different unit of inquiry. Teachers prepared PPT’s through multimedia which also included language integration and mathematical concepts. A few activities were also conducted for parents. Parents and teachers interacted well. Parents raised queries and also gave their valuable feedback. They were satisfied with the programme.

TOSS Workshop held at Sanskar School

April 16, 2019

Ms Modhumita and Ms Parul, Graphic Designers and Illustrators from The Open Space Society (TOSS), conducted a workshop for the students of grades XI and XII at the school on 16th April 2019.
The workshop catered to the creative side of each child through the medium of Doodling. The students drew eye catchy doodles through visual observations. They were given an insight into the different creative fields open to the innovative minds after school.

Career Oriented session held at Sanskar School

April 15, 2019

Sanskar students from classes XI and XII attended a career oriented session at the school campus on 15th April 2019. Mr. Pawan from Global Reach took over the first half of the session to apprise the students about different possible careers, subject choices, procedure for applying to the university and information related to seeking scholarships.

Mr. Prateek Arora from the University of Wollongong took over the second half of the session to give a brief introduction about the university as well as inform the students about the entry requirements, scholarships available, courses on offer, etc. The students interacted with the university representatives and asked questions pertaining to the university admission policies and other criteria for applying to the concerned institutions.

ICAE visits Sanskar School

April 11, 2019

Sanskar School students of classes XI and XII had a workshop and interactive session with officials from ICAE (International College of Advanced Education) along with those from prestigious universities of the U.S., Canada and the U.K. on 11th April 2019. The students were briefed on issues pertaining to studying overseas in these countries. The officials from the 13 deemed Universities, namely Singapore Institute of Management (SIM), Manipal University, IILM, SwitzEducation Foundation, O.P. Jindal Global University, Queen’s University Belfast, KREA University, University of Wisconsin Greenbay, Middlesex University Dubai, InstitutoMarangoni, Ashoka University and ESSEC Business School, provided firsthand information to the students to find the right fit institution as per their interests.
The students were given vital information regarding scholarships and finances, plan structure to study abroad, application requirements, areas of study and also brief university profiles of the respective institutions.

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Sanskar Students attend FICCI FLO Speaker’s Fest

April 6, 2019

Sanskar students from classes X and XII (CBSE and IBDP) attended FICCI FLO Speaker’s Fest held on 5th April 2019 at Hotel Clark’s Amer. The event aimed at inspiring students and members by providing live examples of people from similar age groups who shared their success stories with them. The theme of the fest was ‘Breaking the Barriers’. The specially curated session for school and college students involved talk sessions by Ms. Leena Gupta, Motivational Speaker and Dance Movement Therapist, Mr. Amit Lodha, IPS Officer and Writer of Bihar Diaries, Ms. Janhavi Panwar – Wonder Girl of India, Ms. Laxmi, Acid Attack Survivor, Ms. Apsara Reddy, First Transgender Politician and Ms. Malini, Celebrity Blogger. The eminent personalities shared their vision, ideas, struggles and experiences with the young minds. The fest concluded with an interactive round with the students wherein the curious minds put forth various questions to the speakers.

Yellow Colour Day celebrated at Sanskar School

February 8, 2019

Students of Pre-Primary celebrated Yellow Colour Day on 8th February 2019. To mark this occasion, they came dressed in Yellow-Coloured clothes and did various art activities like making a mustard plant field in their sketch books and a chick using cut and paste technique. They also had a talk in their class related to different yellow colour objects. They were also told about Basant Panchmi, the birthday of Goddess Saraswati.

Global Play Day

February 7, 2019

On Global Play Day, students of Pre-Primary enjoyed playing various games with building blocks, soft toys, hoopla, balls, toy cars and buses. These activities enhanced their fine motor skills. Through play, students develop their creativity, imagination, physical, cognitive and emotional strength.

Graduation Ceremony 2019 held at Sanskar School

February 2, 2019

Sanskar School bid adieu to its outgoing batch of class XII on 2nd February 2019 in the school auditorium. The event commenced with the traditional lighting of the lamp by the distinguished guests Mr B.L.Soni, IPS and Ms Chhavi Rajawat, Sarpanch, Village Soda.

This was followed by an inspiring address by the Principal (CBSE), Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj. In her advice to the students, the Principal pointed out that as they venture out into the vast and unknown experiences of college life, they should learn to handle their freedom with wisdom. The event continued with a melodious song by the school choir. Thereafter, citations were read out for each student while handing them lighted candles to be placed on an outline map of India drawn in front of them. Later, the teachers conducted the tilak ceremony and presented mementos to the students. It was a proud moment for the teachers and parents who witnessed the students being felicitated.

The event proceeded with the Principal, Ms. Girdhar Kumari, administering the pledge to the students. They were then addressed by the eminent guests who guided and wished them for their future endeavours. After the address, the audience heard one of the parents and student share their experiences with them. The event concluded with a vote of thanks proposed by the School Vice Cultural Head Girl, Vagisha Tiwari.

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Sanskar School students attend Live demo at Kalaneri Art Gallery

February 1, 2019

Sanskar School students of classes XI and XII (CBSE), as well as IX and X (Cambridge), attended a live demo session based on Water Colour and Dry Pastel medium at Kalaneri Art Gallery. The session was conducted by the artist, Mr. Shuvankar Biswas. After the demo, the students tried the medium themselves. They visited the art gallery and got a briefing about the institution regarding the various options available to them after Class XII.

‘Imagine Cup’ Science Exhibition held at Sanskar School

January 31, 2019

Sanskar School organized ‘Imagine Cup – A hub of imagination’, a Science Exhibition for the students of classes VI to VIII in the school auditorium on 31st January 2019. The students exhibited various models and projects dealing with scientific themes and principles like the working of Traffic Lights, Coffee Vending Machine, Security System for a Bike, Water Level Indicators, Biometric Machine, etc. The students worked in the school’s Science hub, ‘Atal Tinkering Lab’ to build informative models. The parents, School Director, Ms Rhea Tharyamal, the Principals, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE) and Ms Girdhar Kumari appreciated and applauded the effort made by the students.

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Cut and paste activity

January 22, 2019

Students of Pre-Primary did cut and paste activity on 22nd January 2019. They made various art pieces using cut outs of different shapes. This activity helped them to enhance their fine motor skills, creativity and imagination. This activity helped them to develop their aesthetic skills.

Sanskar Fiesta 2019

January 20, 2019

Sanskar School, Sirsi Road, organised its Fiesta 2019 at Sanskar Cricket Ground on 20th January 2019. The day was filled with fun and excitement for the students, parents and visitors who could be seen frolicking around the games stalls that included mind games, tech-savvy virtual games, yoga and meditation therapies as well as games of sheer luck and general merriment.

To add to the temptations, were an array of food stalls that offered a variety of cuisines like Chinese, South Indian, Italian, North Indian, Mughlai etc. Also, numerous rides like the Ferris Wheel and Columbus were enjoyed by the young lot adding to the spirit of bonhomie, friendship, family bonding and celebration.
The icing on the cake was the collection of dance and music performances by Sanskar students that received an encore from the crowd present at the venue.

The grand finale comprised the Raffle draw that included exciting gifts like Ipad, LED TV, Mobile phone, Bicycle, OTG and many more. The day was a true mix of fun and merriment for the Sanskar family and all those present at the Fiesta who made it a memorable day for all.

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Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony held at Sanskar School

December 22, 2018

The Annual Prize Distribution celebration was held at Sanskar School on 20th and 21st December 2018 in the memory of (Late) Shri Kanni Thahryamal who chartered a way ahead in the field of world class education through his vision. The students were awarded prizes for proficiency in the academic year 2017-18 and for their commendable performance in activities in the current academic session 2018-19.

The Director, Ms Rhea Tharyamal, the Principals, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE) and Ms Girdhar Kumari, as well as the esteemed guests, Mr Ajay Sinha and Mr Sudhir Mathur, gave away the prizes to the meritorious students. In the Primary school, Rig House was declared the ‘Best House’ and Vidhi Dusad (V) the ‘Best Student of the Year’. A total of 415 awards were given to the primary school achievers. Students were also rewarded for ‘Excellence in Zero period activity’ – an award given for excelling in the following co-curricular activities:

1. Dramatics – Arna Singh (Class V)
2. Folk Dance – Vidhi Dusad (Class V)
3. Western Dance – Ichcha Singhal (Class V)
4. Basketball – Rudraksh Singh Chauhan – (Class V)
5. Vocal Music – Varuni Vats (Class IV)
6. Instrumental Music – Aditya Tripathi (Class V)
7. Karate – Yashwin Jangid (Class V)
8. Cricket – Chirayu Gothwal (Class V)
9. Art & Craft – Daksh Singh (Class IV)
10. Skating – Aryan Jain (Class V)

In the Senior School, Rig House once again received the privilege of being the ‘Best House’ while Siddharth Biswas (XII) was declared the ‘Best Pupil’ and awarded a cash prize of Rs 5000. Ritul Khandelwal (XII) put on the mantle of ‘Best Sports Girl’ alongside Girraj Yadav (XII), the ‘Best Sports Boy’.

Two new trophies, along with a cash prize of Rs 5000 each, were bestowed by the honourable guests, Mr Ajay Sinha and Mr Sudhir Mathur, to the worthy candidates. The first trophy for ‘Raghu Sinha Stellar Award’ was presented to Mragansh Gautam, School Topper of Class X CBSE Board Examination. The second trophy for ‘Mala Mathur Versatile Award’, for a student displaying proficiency in academics and co-curricular activities, was given to Tanyut Sharma (XII). The Principal, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE), concluded the event by congratulating the winners and motivating the other students to try harder and give their best in their future endeavours.

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Christmas Celebration & Red Colour Day

December 22, 2018

The Amphitheatre of Sanskar School echoed with joy and fervor as Christmas was celebrated on 21. 12. 2018. The Nativity Scene was solemnly enacted by the students. The School Choir added melodious charm to the celebration by singing a Christmas song and a medley of Carols. As the two Santa Claus made their entry, the students became enthusiastic and turned the atmosphere electrifying by singing Jingle Bells with the choir. The Director Mrs. Rhea Tharyamal and the Principals Mrs. Girdhar Kumari and Mrs. Neelam Bhardwaj graced the occasion and appreciated the performances with their applauds. Mrs. Girdhar Kumari in her message encouraged the students to share HOPE, LOVE and JOY all around them especially the needy and the under privileged.

The Pre-Primary students came dressed in red colour clothes and made Christmas decorations of red colour – Santa Claus, Angel and Stocking.

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A day for Sanskar orators

December 15, 2018

Sanskar School students from classes VI to XI actively participated in the Inter House Speech Competition held on 15th December in their respective groups. The students from class IX spoke on the topic ‘ Social media has a great impact on human behaviour and society’ followed by those from class X who expressed their views on ‘ The middle class in India is becoming selfish and obsessed with material gain’. Students from class XI took centrestage thereafter by being vocal on the topic ‘Should elections be held all over the country simultaneously?’ The Best Speakers from Class IX, X and XI were Shivam Agarwal, Khushboo Mathuria and Nomita Sharma, respectively. Sam house was declared ‘The Best House’ followed by Rig and Yajur houses at the Second and Third position.

In the group VI to VIII, the students from class VI spoke on the topic ‘Textbooks should not be replaced by technology in schools’. Class VII students took up the issue ‘Teenagers should contribute in household chores’ while class VIII students dealt with the topic ‘The value of money should be taught to children’. Durganshi (VI), Shrishti Sharda and Krish Narang (VII) and Rishit Paliwal and Khushi Malhotra (VIII) were adjudged Best Speakers for their class. Sam, Atharva and Yajur houses took up the First, Second and Third positions in the group.

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A session for Grade IV staff on POSCO held at Sanskar

December 15, 2018

Sanskar School held an informative and enlightening session on POSCO for its Class IV staff on 15th December 2018. All the school grade IV employees including the peons, helping staff, drivers, conductors and other maintenance staff were briefed about POCSO and the safety of children from physical abuse. The session was conducted by Ms. Nisha Grover from the organisation ‘Vatsalya’.

Sanskar students participate in The Jaipur History Festival

December 15, 2018

Sanskar School students from classes XI and XII (Humanities) and faculty members Ms Sunita Singh Shekhawat, Ms Charu Sharma and Mr Hemant Thapliyal participated in The Jaipur History Festival held from 12th to 15th December 2018 at City Palace, Jaipur. The students performed a play named ‘ Sapne or Haqeeqat’ – an elaborate play on Adolf Hitler’s dreams and reality. A travelogue based on the exciting and thrilling journey of Thomas Roe was displayed at the event. Various models and exhibits related to Vijaynagar Architecture like the temples, elephant stable, Virupaksha and Vitthal temple, etc. were also presented at the festival. Live demonstration of buddhist paintings, Jatak stories and Mudras was also done to shed light on Buddhism. Students from class VI onwards visited the festival during these 4 days of historical journey through time.

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Sanskar students attend session on ‘Careers of the future’

December 12, 2018

Sanskar School’s Science, Commerce and Humanities students of classes XI and XII attended a session on ‘Careers of the future’ by NIIT University officials. The interactive session aimed at creating awareness among students regarding the increasing changes in every sphere of their lives, careers and job profiles due to the penetration of technology. The talk focussed on helping the students make the right choice for a successful and enriching career. The session was conducted by Dr Shivendra Mathur, Registrar and Adjunct Associate Professor at NIIT University. Dr Mathur provided valuable information to the students pertaining to the customisable and diverse curriculum, available programmes, immersive industry practice, start-ups at the University, placement prospects, etc. The session concluded with the students putting forth career-related queries to clarify their doubts.

Annual Sports Meet 2018 celebrated at Sanskar School

December 10, 2018

Sanskar School celebrated its Annual Sports Day 2018 at Sanskar Cricket Ground on 9th December with a lot of energy and high spirits. The event was attended by the Chief Guest for the event, Dr. Deepa Mallik, Padmashree and Arjuna awardee, Dr. Prerna Sahni, Head City Bhaskar, Mr Sudhir Mathur and Mr Ajay Sinha, renowned philanthropists, Mr Rakesh Goswami, Chief Bureau of Hindustan Times and Mr. Sandeep Sethi.

The event commenced with a welcome song followed by the Torch Lighting ceremony carried forward by the national level players of the school. This concluded with the Director, Ms Rhea Tharyamal, declaring the Sports Meet open. The declaration was followed by a welcome address by the Principal (CBSE), Ms Neelam Bhardwaj and the Chief Guest, Dr. Deepa Mallik wherein they encouraged the children to do their best and motivated them to strive harder for attaining excellence in their life. Thereafter, Dr. Sahni moderated a small talk with the Chief Guest, Dr. Mallik which gave the audience an interesting insight into her struggles and achievements.

Thereafter the meet continued with a crisp March Past by the students led by the school council members of each house. This was followed by a Lezim Drill, ‘Dancercise’, Martial Arts and Yoga presentation by the students.

The events were interspersed with the main Athletic events for students from classes VI-XI which included 100 m, 200 m and relay races.

The concluding segment included a Tug of War between the parents. The participants were cheered enthusiastically and the meet ended with a Vote of Thanks by the Principal, Ms Girdhar Kumari.

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Sanskar students attend Creative Art Workshop

December 2, 2018

Sanskar students from classes VIII to XII attended an Art Workshop held at Disha, as a part of World Disability Day Celebrations (20th November – 3rd December), on 1st December 2018.

The workshop aimed at bringing together the students from the mainstream and the ones with special needs. The participants worked in pairs to create colourful expressions on drawing sheets/canvas in the medium of their choice. The collaboration brought about unimaginable results from the students.

‘Sharing the planet’ Class III Exhibition

November 30, 2018

The colourful world of animals was created in the premises of Sanskar School. The occasion was Exhibition of grade three under the theme “Sharing the planet “. The whole programme was structured around the central idea “The characteristics of animals determine their survival”.The programme began with the lighting of the lamp by the Principals Mrs. Girdhar Kumari (IB) and Mrs. Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE). After that the Principal Mrs. Girdhar, motivated the learners with her inspiring words. The students presented wonderful play to show the classification of animals and the effect of human action on animal life. Melodious song was presented to express the feeling of suffering of animals. Through peacock dance the relation between nature and animals was beautifully displayed. In the end awareness about animal protection was presented through ‘Happy Dance’.

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Signature Campaign by Disha Foundation held at Sanskar School

November 26, 2018

As a part of celebrating the International Day for Persons with Disabilities on 3rd December 2018, Disha Foundation held a Signature Campaign for the cause of Disability at large on 26th November 2018 at Sanskar School. The Principals, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE) and Ms. Girdhar Kumari, a large number of teachers and students signed up on banners and made contributions to show their commitment towards the care of people with disabilities.

Sanskar students attend Times NIE Session ‘Exploring Higher Education Opportunities’

November 19, 2018

Sanskar School students of Class XII, CBSE and IBDP, attended a seminar conducted by TIMES NIE on 19th November 2018. The session based on ‘Exploring Higher Education Opportunities’ guided the students in their choice of career selection.

It touched upon important and career defining topics such as how to select a college- India or Abroad, Education system of different countries, STEM programs hub, Scholarship Opportunities, Options in India and Abroad, etc.

The seminar equipped the students with information which would assist them in their research regarding colleges. It also provided them all the nitty-gritties about the application process.

The seminar was conducted in a highly interactive manner with a proper Q & A session towards the end focussing on addressing the doubts and queries of the students.

Childrens Day celebrated with aplomb at Sanskar School

November 14, 2018

Sanskar School students got a day to remember on 14th November 2018 as they received numerous surprises by their teachers while celebrating Childrens’ Day in school. Right from the moment the children entered the school, they were greeted warmly by their favourite cartoon characters at the school entrance that set off their day on a cheerful note. The students were further delighted by the beautifully decorated classrooms and school building that were tastefully done up with balloons on each floor.

Students from Pre-Primary to Class II were actively involved in One Minute games and exciting activities in their classrooms. They enjoyed different games like Musical Chair, Balloon Bursting, Blow the Bubbles, Cup Stack, etc. They also enjoyed free style dance with their teachers. The teachers gave cards with meaningful quotations to the children as a token of love. They were also told about the importance of Childrens’ Day and the reason why it is celebrated across India.

The students from classes III to V had their own share of fun and activities by participating in various Fun Races at Sanskar Cricket Ground, at the end of which they received prizes for the same.

To make the day truly special for the children, the teachers conducted a special assembly for the students. The students were presented a skit, dance, medley of songs and motivational talks specially prepared by the teachers for this day. The School Principals, Mrs. Girdhar Kumari and Mrs. Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE), wished the children on the occasion and urged them to deliver their best in all their endeavours while offering a helping hand to the needy children.

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Sanskar Students attend Awareness Drive for Organ Donation

November 3, 2018

Sanskar students of class XI attended a session related to Awareness Drive for Organ Donation, organised by Mohan Foundation Jaipur Citizen Forum, at Sanskar School on 2nd November 2018.

The session was conducted by Mr Pramod Mahajan who has undertaken a 100-day, 1000km, 18 states motorcycle tour to educate people regarding the issue. As an organ donor himself, he was able to talk firsthand to the students about the myths and wrong perceptions related to organ donation.

At the end of the session, the students put forth their queries pertaining to the inspiration behind his kidney donation, its effects on his health, the reaction of his family members towards his decision, etc. The students were asked to inturn spread awareness related to this noble cause in their immediate surroundings for the benefit of community at large.

Sanskar School holds Special Assembly for Diwali

November 3, 2018

Sanskar School students attended a Special Assembly, as a part of Diwali Celebrations, a day before the Diwali break.

Some of the students presented a skit showcasing the right way to celebrate Diwali in a safe and environment-friendly manner. The students passed on the message of celebrating a cracker-free Diwali with family, relatives and friends.

The Principals, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE) and Ms Girdhar Kumari, promoted the idea of celebrating Diwali as a festival of lights and togetherness.

Sanskar IBDP students attend session on ‘How to structure good essays’

November 2, 2018

Sanskar School IBDP students, Year 1and 2, attended an interactive session on ‘How to structure good essays’ in school on 1st November 2018.

The creative writing session was conducted by Mr Kartik Bajoria, a Writer, Columnist, Educator and Literary Moderator. The students brainstormed certain topics during the mentoring session to come up with new, interesting ways to prepare their essays for creating maximum impact on the mind of the reader.

‘Artefacts and stories behind them’ Class IV Exhibition

November 2, 2018

On 2nd November 2018, the students of grade IV Sanskar school organised a class show ‘Artefacts And Stories Behind Them’ under the trans disciplinary theme ‘Where we are in place and time’ which was attended and enjoyed by the parents of the students.

The exhibition was to showcase the learning of the students about the stories behind the artefacts from various ancient civilisations. Their learning included a lot of research. The students interacted and spoke confidently about their research work, which was displayed in a very organised way.

The inquiry was focused on artefacts of the four civilisations, i.e. Indus Valley, Mesopotamian, Egyptian and Chinese. Students presented their research and inquiry in the form of models, miniatures, replicas, posters and information charts. Students enthusiastically participated in the exhibition. Parents were delighted to hear and see their wards as researchers and inquirers.

As said by Henry Milles, one’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things, similarly the experience of unfolding the past has made the students inquirers and thinkers.

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Inter House Story Telling Competition

November 1, 2018

Sanskar School organized an Inter House Story Telling Competition on 31st October 2018. Students from grade I to V participated enthusiastically and narrated stories related to “Moral Values”. They used attractive props and made the stories interesting with their voice modulation and expressive narration.
Following students secured “Best Speaker” position at different grade levels:-
Class I : Ranvijay Singh (Yajur House)
Class II : Samaira Joseph (Rig House), Abir Kulkarni (Atharva House)
Class III : Tvisha Mehrotra (Atharva House)
Class IV : Daksh Singh (Rig House)
Class V : Nakshatra Narwal (Atharva House), Priyakshi Kaura (Yajur House)

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Sanskar students carry out Rally promoting use of Paper Bags

November 1, 2018

Sanskar School students of classes IX, XI and XII carried out a rally on Sirsi Road, Jaipur on 31st October to promote the use of paper bags by the vendors and shopkeepers.

The students marched down the road shouting slogans and exhibiting posters prepared by them encouraging the use of recyclable paper bags in place of plastic ones. The students also spoke and interacted with numerous shopkeepers to build awareness regarding the pertinent issue and also offered them paper bags made by the students of class X. The activity was conducted as a social drive to increase awareness regarding the cause among community members.

Geography Survey conducted by Sanskar students

October 29, 2018

Sanskar School students of class XII conducted a ‘Socio-economic Geography Survey’ at Nevta village on 27th October for preparing a report on the same for academic purpose. The students were divided into groups to hold door-to-door interviews with the village residents as part of their field survey.

The students interacted with the villagers and gathered relevant information regarding the social and economic conditions of the locals. The students gained exposure to the lifestyle conditions and habits of the village residents.

Sanskar School conducts workshop on Cyanotype Printing

October 28, 2018

Sanskar School Fine Art students from classes XI and XII, along with IBDP students of Year 1 and 2, attended a Workshop on Cyanotype Printing held on 27th October 2018 at Sanskar School. The workshop was conducted by Pearl Academy.

Cyanotype printing process, discovered by Sir John Herschel, has been a means to reproduce diagrams. It creates a cyan blue silhouette when an object is placed on a reactive surface and develops in UV light – a blueprint. In recent decades, the cyanotype process has been rediscovered by the artistic community as an affordable, technically relatively simple and aesthetically interesting technique for the creation of exceptional motifs on paper and textile surfaces and is thus used in various creative workshops.

In the workshop, the students engaged in the printing technique as well as creating the composition of natural elements.

Sanskar’s Inter-House Karate Champs 2018

October 27, 2018

Sanskar School hosted the Inter-House Karate Tournament 2018-19 on 25th and 26th October. The event witnessed the participation of around 150 students.

In the 6-7 Years Girls and Boys Categories, Chanchal Choudhary and Surya Pratap Singh Tawar secured Gold Medals followed by Ditiksha Dawar and Yash Bhardwaj who took home Silver Medals, respectively.
For the 8-9 Years Girls and Boys Categories, Saanvi Choudhary and Ashwin Subba were handed over Gold Medals followed closely by Manvi Jain and Atharv Khanna who clinched Silver Medals.

In the last Category including 10-11 Years Girls and Boys, Kangana Choudhary and Yashwin Jangid bagged Gold Medals while Dhruvi Jain and Harshit Sharma received Silver Medals for their performance.

Overall, in terms of houses, Sam House stood at the First position followed by Rig, Yajur and Atharva House at the Second, Third and Fourth position, respectively.

Sanskar students attend NCC Camp

October 19, 2018

Sanskar School students from classes IX and X attended CACT (Combined Annual Training Camp) held at Universe Public School from 9th to 18th October 2018.
The following students were a part of the training camp out of which a few received medals for different events :
1. Anshika Sharma – Silver Medal in Tug of War
2. Gaurangnaa Singh
3. Diksha Agarwal
4. Harshita Chaturvedi
5. Rakshita Sharma – Gold Medal in Shooting
6. Anju – Siver Medal in Tug of War
7. Kumkum Bhati – Gold Medal in Drill & Silver Medal in Debate
8. Sauryam Singh Bhadawria
9. Puranjay Singh Nirwan
10. Jyotiraditya Singh – Gold Medal for Best Anchor
11. Gaurang Sharma
12. Vedansh Chouhan
13. Manish Kumar
14. Pradyuman Charan
15. Vivek Chouhan
16. Sachin

Sanskar team attends TOK Conference

October 16, 2018

Sanskar School IBDP Year 2 students and IBDP Coordinator, Ms. Manisha Chandra, attended PWSTOKCON’18 held at Pathways World School, Aravali, Gurgaon from 12th to 14th October, 2018.

The conference saw the participation of many outstation schools as well as schools from Delhi NCR. The students were divided into 10 groups that carried out separate activities based on TOK. The students presented their theories in front of the other groups and exchanged ideas to evolve a broader outlook towards their subject area. Some of the topics included Language and its Evolution, The Narcissism of Evolved and Intelligent Species, to be or not to be, How Real is Reality, etc. The students avidly shared differing viewpoints on these issues.

Ramleela Enactment 2018

October 16, 2018

Students of Pre-primary and Primary enacted scenes of Ramleela on 16th October 2018 to celebrate Dusshera – The festival of victory of good over evil. The children enacted the mythological story of Ramayana on the stage. The scenes of Ram Janma, Gurukul – Shiksha, Sita- Swayamvar, Ram vanvas, Sunder kaand, Lanka kaand were confidently and beautifully enacted by the students. The joy of home coming of Lord Ram and Sita was depicted through a beautiful dance. The students learnt about the values of obeying and respecting their elder, true friendship, honesty and helping others through this enactment. Madam Principal Mrs. Girdhar Kumari appreciated and encouraged all the participants for their hard work.

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Inaugural ceremony of 11th Kanni Thahryamal Cricket Tournament

October 12, 2018

The inaugural ceremony of 11th Kanni Thahryamal All India Level Inter-School T-20 Cricket Tournament, an event that seeks to promote cricket among school students, was inaugurated on 12th October 2018 at Sanskar Cricket Ground. The tournament provides budding cricket stars an opportunity to polish their sports skills and strive for excellence. Shri Vinod Saharan, Convener Adhoc committee Rajasthan Cricket Association, Shri Rajesh Saraswat, member of Adhoc committee, Rajasthan Cricket Association graced the event by their benign presence.

Shri Tarak Sinha was the special guest for the ceremony. He is the recipient of first Dronacharya Award lifetime achievement in Cricket 2018, and is better known as Father of cricket. He has trained cricketers like Manoj Prabhakar, Ashish Nehra, Shikhar Dhawan, Rishabh Pant and many more who have played cricket at international level.

The young players were motivated by being told to keep moving in the face of obstacles, the imperative need to be focussed and to face all tough situations in order to achieve great heights in their career.

The tournament was declared open by Ms. Rhea Thahryamal, Director Sanskar School. Ms. Girdhar Kumari, Principal gave a warm welcome to all present there. She encouraged the players to perform fair play and maintain a co-operative spirit. She administered the oath which laid stress on maintaining true quality, glory and honour of the game and for observing its rules. She also read out the message from Mr. Sunil Gavaskar, Member of the Governing Board of the school.

The inaugural match on this exciting day was played between Rukmani Birla Modern High School and St Anselms Pink City.

Rukmani Birla Modern High School won the match by 87 runs.

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Sanskar School Principal attends Community Meet

October 5, 2018

Sanskar School Principal, Mrs. Girdhar Kumari, attended Cambridge Central India Community Meet at Daly College. The meet that included many renowned Principals and educationists, was held at Indore.

Celebration of Surgical Strike Day

September 29, 2018

“We sleep because they are awake we live because they die.” As tribute to all the work done by the soldiers of Indian Army, 29 September 2018 was celebrated as “Surgical Strike Day” at Sanskar School, Jaipur.

The students of the school pledged their support for the timed forces by writing letters and making cards. They participated enthusiastically to depict a place and life with immense peace, happiness and satisfaction. This created the environment of patriotism all over the school.

Grade II ‘Techno-word’ class show held at Sanskar School

September 28, 2018

‘Techno-World’ class show was organized by Grade II students on 28th of September, 2018 to explore and inquire the Central idea – ‘Technology impacts on the world of work and leisure’ under the T.D. Theme ‘Where we are in place and time’. The event was graced and witnessed by the Principals, Ms.Girdhar Kumari and Ms.Neelam Bharadwaj, and parents.

Students displayed their prodigious talent and hard work to showcase their learning and understanding of the theme during the class-show. The class show had spectacular series of activities like song, dance, drama, nukkad naatak, skits, debate and an interesting questionnaire. The students demonstrated their learning about the circumstances that lead to inventions and the impact of inventions in our life. Parents were filled with admiration and appreciated the students’ efforts. The Vote of thanks was extended by the Deputy PYP coordinator, Ms. Rashmi Tanwar.

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Celebration of Paryatan Parv

September 27, 2018

“India is abundant with rich cultural heritage and pristine natural beauty which not only attracts foreign tourists but also domestic tourists.” Recognizing the vital role in spreading awareness and encouraging the Indians to visit various tourist destinations of the country, Sanskar School Jaipur, undertook the Paryatan Parv week under the banner of C.B.S.E, from 16 Sep.to 27 Sep. 2018.

The school celebrated this Parv with a spate of activities being included in the curriculum. The school chalked out a plan to organize a wide range of events like it conducted seminars to acquaint students with the benefits of tourism, painting competition, essay writing, slogan writing, debate and quiz on various themes related to tourism. Special assembly was conducted to highlight different cultures of various states of India. Students were given elaborate information to connect themselves to the real world by exploring various places in their country.

The whole week’s celebration was quite inspiring and motivating for the staff and students. The students participated enthusiastically and made the programme successful. The students realized the importance of tourism in mutual understanding and social harmony. It also propagated the message of “Dekho Apna Desh” among the students.

Sanskar students attend Career Counselling session

September 24, 2018

Sanskar School students, of classes XII (Commerce and Humanities) and IBDP Year 1 and 2, attended a Career Counselling session in the school on 24th September 2018. Mr Om Singh Chauhan, Dean of Daly College Business School, took the session with the students wherein he apprised them about the different career prospects, the right way to apply for each of them and the mandatory requirements for following their choice of career line. The students clarified their doubts and put up queries at the end of the session.

Fun with colour day

September 18, 2018

Students of Pre-Primary enjoyed Fun with Colour Day on 18th September 2018. They did coloring activities and explored the world of shades and hues made by using and mixing primary colours. They learnt different colouring techniques like bud painting and thumb printing. Students of class vatika did thumb printing, while class praveshika explored new shades and hues of primary colours by mixing them. This activity enhanced their fine motor skills.

Sanskar School lends a helping hand to the Kerala Flood affected

September 12, 2018

Sanskar School students, parents and teachers took out time from their academic and daily routine to help rebuild the lives of those affected by floods in Kerala. The students from Primary to Senior classes brought various essential items like packaged food items, medicines, blankets, bedsheets, toiletries, footwear, etc. from their homes to help the people in Kerala cope up with the natural disaster. All the items were packed neatly and sent through the NGO ‘Goonj’ to the flood victims to see them through the hour of need. Goonj is an NGO that has been working selflessly to help needy individuals all across India. Sanskar School worked in collaboration with the organisation for this important cause.

Inter – House Hindi Recitation Competition

September 12, 2018

Sanskar school organized an Inter – House Hindi Recitation Competition on 12th September 2018 from classes I to V, to celebrate Hindi Diwas. The children recited poems on various topics like patriotism, nature, God, humour, etc. The competition was conducted in 3 rounds. Rig house stood first in the competition. The Principal, Mrs. Girdhar Kumari, motivated the children to participate in co-curricular activities. The best speakers from each class were also selected.

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Safety and Disaster Management session held at Sanskar School

September 11, 2018

Sanskar School held a Safety and Disaster Management session for the teachers on 11th September 2018. Prof. A.K.Singh, from Safety Professionals Association of India (SPAI), presented real life scenarios involving natural disasters and their timely management by various individuals and institutions. A powerpoint presentation, depicting the ground reality of Disaster Management Planning and Preparedness in different cities in India, was shown to highlight the crucial issue involving heavy loss of life and assets and the need to take adequate measures to counter them.

Inter House Hindi Debate conducted at Sanskar School

September 1, 2018

Sanskar School conducted its annual Inter House Hindi Debate Competition 2018-19 on 29th August for students of classes VI to X. For classes IX-X, the topic for the debate was ‘ Kashmir ke liye anucched 35A ki aawashyakta’. The students argued strongly for and against the motion to justify their stance. The debate was won by Rig house in the First position followed by Yajur, Sam and Atharva houses in the Second, Third and Fourth position. Ayushya Joshi (IX) and Khushboo Mathuria (X) were adjudged Best Speakers for both sides of the argument – For and Against the motion, respectively.

In case of classes VI and VII, the students debated on the topic ‘Social media yuva peedhi ko gumraah kar raha hai’. For class VIII, the topic for the debate was ‘Shiksha ki adhunikta me naitikta dam tod rahi hai’. The debate was won by Rig house in the First position followed by Sam, Atharva and Yajur houses in the Second, Third and Fourth position. Leisha Kataria (VI), Akshita Rawat (VII) and Shrishti Sharda (VII) and Rishit Paliwal for class VIII were declared Best Speakers for their respective classes.

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Janmashtami Celebration

September 1, 2018

Students of Pre-Primary and Class I celebrated Janmashtami on 31st Aug, 2018 with great enthusiasm and fervor. Scenes of Krishna Janma, Bal Leela and Krishna – Sudama friendship were enacted. These scenes from the life of Shri Krishna give lessons related to values of friendship, love, commitment and victory of good over evil. The efforts of the students were appreciated by one and all.

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American University Tour held at Sanskar School

August 20, 2018

Sanskar School students of classes XI and XII (CBSE & IBDP) had a workshop and interactive session with officials from top U.S. Universities and KIC UnivAssist on 20th August 2017. Mr. Swaraj took an initial session with the students to brief them about issues pertaining to studying overseas in the U.S. The officials from about 20 deemed Universities like Florida International University, Ohio University, University of California, Depaul University, New York Film Academy, The University of Kansas and University of Oklahoma provided firsthand information to students to find the right fit institution as per their interests.

The students were given vital information regarding scholarships and finances, plan structure to study abroad, application requirements, areas of study and also brief university profiles of the respective institutions.

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Mosaic Inter School Art Competition 2018 held at Sanskar School

August 18, 2018

Sanskar School hosted ‘Mosaic’ – an Inter School Art Competition on 18th August 2018. Students from 31 renowned schools of Jaipur participated in the colourful event that showcased the students’ artistic ability and creative skills. The event commenced with a prayer invoking god to begin the day on an auspicious note. Thereafter, the students took to the Poster Making, Caricature Designing and Canvas Painting competitions with great gusto and fervour and spun magic through their deft fingers. The participants gave vent to their imagination and aesthetic exploration by creating magical expressions on canvas. The competing platform stirred the imagination and provided a pedestal for innovation, exploration and aesthetics.

An initiative to involve the accompanying teachers in the event produced an overwhelming response with the teachers showing their artistic flair and innovative spirit through artworks created from random items in an activity planned for the teachers.

The occasion was graced by Mrs. Saumya Sharma, Director Kalaneri, Mr. Rajat Pandel, Associate Professor in Department of Fine Arts, University of Jaipur and Mr. Shaan Bhatnagar, an Indian Painter and Interior Designer par excellence who served as judges for the event. The Director, Mrs. Rhea Tharyamal and the Principals, Mrs. Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE) and Mrs. Girdhar Kumari presented the memento to the distinguished guests. The Principal, Mrs. Neelam Bhardwaj, welcomed the gathering on the occasion and appreciated the efforts of the participants.

The Poster Making Competition was won by Neerja Modi School at the first spot followed by Maheshwari Public School (Pratap Nagar) and Delhi Public School at the Second and Third spot, respectively. The Caricature Designing Competition was won by Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh School in the First place with Maheshwari Public School (Pratap Nagar) in the Second place and Tagore Public School (Shastri Nagar) and Jayshree Periwal High School in the Third place in a tie. In the Canvas Painting Competition, Maharani Gayatri Devi School attained the First position while Tagore Public School (Shastri Nagar) stood at the Second place. Delhi Public School, Jayshree Periwal High School and Rawat Public School secured the Third position, collectively.

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Sanskar students attend session on ‘Positive Mental Health’

August 16, 2018

Dr Pankaj Mittal, Consultant Psychiatrist from SDMH held a session on Positive Mental Health for a group of 30 students at Sanskar School. The session was conducted at 8:30am on the 16th of August, 2018 and it was an hour long presentation. He touched upon various areas that might affect students and adolescents in their daily lives such as Stress related to exams, Peer pressure, Inferiority Complexes, being kind to others, how to achieve Positive and Spiritual well being and using criticisms in a positive and healthy manner.

Apart from introducing the above he spoke of ways and means to tackle a problem that any one of the students might be facing in the above mentioned areas. It was an informative and interesting session and the students interacted enthusiastically. He left them with his email in case they wished to contact him further.

Independence Day Celebrated at Sanskar School

August 15, 2018

India’s 72nd Independence Day was celebrated with gaiety and fervour on 15th August 2018 at Sanskar School.

The programme commenced with inspiring speeches by some of the Council Members that reminded the youth of the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters and the development efforts and achievements made by our nation. Thereafter the Director, Mrs. Rhea Tharyamal, the Principals, Mrs. Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE) and Mrs. Girdhar Kumari, hoisted the national flag that was followed by the National Anthem sung by all in unison. Young children from the NGO, Tabar, presented a street play depicting the social stigmas rampant in society and the need to eliminate them for true prosperity of the nation. The School Band built up a steady tempo by displaying their flair in playing band instruments in tandem with each other. A melodious song was sung after that by the school choir reiterating the spirit of freedom and liberty of our country. A Yoga presentation depicting the flexibility and agility of the students through different asanas followed after the choir song. The event culminated with a motivating speech by the Principal, Mrs. Girdhar Kumari wherein she urged the students to appreciate freedom in the true sense of the word and do their best for themselves as well as others. In the end, sweets were distributed among those present for the programme.

FilmIt India workshop attended by Sanskar School students

August 14, 2018

FilmIt India Workshop by Intach and The Helen Hamlyn Trust was attended by students from Sanskar School on 14th August 2018 at MGD Girls School. Gunagya Paliwal, Arushi Mathur, Khushi Malhotra, Rishit Paliwal, Ravi Sharma, Krish Narang, Ayushya Joshi and Apohan Pareek as well as Mr Manish Seth (Technical faculty member) were a part of the Technical and Content Workshop conducted by experts from INTACH and Tuning Fork Films. FilmIt planned the programme to help children better understand the physical and cultural environment in which they live, and the contributions made by different cultures and communities through the development of short films by the students. For this, the students were trained to take different shots and angles by filming a short movie in the second half of the workshop. The participating teams were given DVDs containing last year’s documentary films shot by schools across India.

Sanskar School hosts Australian Education Exhibition

August 10, 2018

Australian Education Exhibition was held at Sanskar School on 10th August 2018. Students from Sanskar, as well as many other renowned schools of Jaipur, interacted with Admission officials from 22 leading institutions from Australia. These included notable institutions like The University of Melbourne, University of Adelaide, Monash University, The University of Queensland and The University of Western Australia – all ranked amongst world’s top 100 and part of the elite group of 8 Universities from Australia. Apart from these 5 Universities, other notable Universities which attended the event were RMIT, Deakin, University of South Australia, University of Wollongong, Laureate Group of Universities and Griffith University.

Along with academic institutions, Student Accomodation Company Urbanest and Student Health Insurance Company Allianz were also a part of the event.

The Australian Education Exhibition aimed at holding open ended discussions regarding the various study opportunities available overseas. The students were provided information regarding university life, application procedure for scholarships, self-funding in college and the general criteria for admission in universities in Australia.

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Sanskar School celebrates Jadi Booti Diwas

August 4, 2018

Sanskar School and Mahila Patanjali Yog Samiti celebrated Jadi Booti Diwas on the occasion of the birthday of Shri Balkrishna ji Maharaj on 4th August 2018.

The occasion was celebrated by carrying out a wide scale plantation drive at Sanskar School, Hanuman Nagar Extn., Sirsi Road, Bhomiyaji Park, Hanuman Nagar Extn. and Janak Marg. Sanskar School students actively participated in the event by planting trees in great numbers. Mahila Patanjali Yog Samiti District Incharge, Dr Manjula Bhati, stressed the need for practising Yoga and planting trees by talking about the uses of various plants and motivated everyone to grow medicinal plants. Sanskar School Principals, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE) and Ms. Girdhar Kumari, thanked everyone present at the event and emphasized the need for spreading greenery and sustaining it in the long run.

tête-à-tête with writers

July 30, 2018

Sanskar School organized a session on Creative Writing for students of Grade V on 30th July 2018 under the theme ‘How we express ourselves’. The Guest Speakers, Dr. Jitendra Rathore – a renowned short story writer and Ms. Kavya Chandra – an alumna of Sanskar School and a poetess in the making, shared their exciting journey as writers and the inspiration behind their creative pursuit. Kshitij Jain, a Class XI student from the school, also shared his experiences as a budding writer. The speakers urged the children to be keen observers and use details in their writings to add depth to their work. They also suggested following a daily ritual of writing a personal Diary to hone their writing skills and to develop a reading habit. The event concluded with the students putting forth their queries which were answered in great detail by the speakers with examples from their own literary experiences.

New Enrolment of JD/JW NCC for the session 2018- 20

July 21, 2018

Sanskar School carried out new enrolment of JD/JW NCC for the session 2018-20 on 19th July 2018.
The Selection Staff Sub. Vinod Kumar, Hav. Balwan Singh, Hav. Dilip Singh and Associate NCC Officer Mr. Vikram Singh Shekhawat conducted physical examination of students of classes VIII and IX for 25 seats in NCC.

Tear and Paste Activity in the Pre-Primary

July 17, 2018

Students enjoyed Tear and paste activity on 17th July in the Pre-Primary classes. They made sun, Doraemon, flower, house, fish balloon using tear and paste technique. This activity enhanced their creativity and developed their vocabulary of colours and shapes.

Sanskar students attend CLAT Prep Education seminar

July 9, 2018

Sanskar School CBSE and IBDP students, from classes XI and XII, studying in Commerce and Humanities stream, attended an informative seminar by CLAT Prep Education faculty members. The Director, Abhishek Chaturvedi, guided the students for appearing for CLAT examination and for preparing for it through careful planning and time management. The students listened to all the information with avid interest and interacted enthusiastically with the institute members.

Plantation Drive organised by Sanskar School students

July 8, 2018

The students of Sanskar School, Jaipur (IBDP) organised a Plantation Drive on the 8th of July at Parshuram Circle, Vidyadhar Nagar. The event was assisted by team 9 of Swachh Bharat Campaign that helped the students by giving proper guidance throughout the event. The event saw the plantation of around 300 native trees by about 250 participants. Sanskar School Principal, Mrs. Girdhar Kumari, joined in the drive by planting a tree and applauding the efforts of the enthusiastic children. Many teachers, parents and residents of the area contributed in making this drive a great success.

Sanskar School celebrated the fourth International Yoga Day

June 21, 2018

Sanskar School celebrated the fourth International Yoga Day on 21st June 2018 with enthusiastic and active participation of parents, students and teachers. The participants collectively performed Yoga Asanas under the guidance of trained faculty member, Mahila Patanjali Yog Samiti.

PYP In-house Job Alike Session organized in Sanskar School

May 22, 2018

PYP In-house Job Alike Session was organized in Sanskar School on 21st and 22nd May 2018, wherein teachers demonstrated their knowledge about Differential Learning Methods, Strategies for Assessment and Language Development in PYP. The teachers also reviewed the 5 essential elements which lead to Transdisciplinary Learning. They also shared ideas about the role of ICT and Mathematics along with ways to Plan and conduct an Exhibition in grade V.

Sanskar faculty attends 2018 IC3 Regional Forum – Jaipur

May 5, 2018

Sanskar School College Counselor, Ms. Devyani Bhatnagar and IBDP Coordinator, Ms. Manisha Chandra attended the 2018 International Career & College Counseling Conference hosted by KIC Univassist on 5th May 2018.
Ms. Devyani, one of the Panel members at the event, brought forth new knowledge, research-oriented content and best practices focussed on student success.

Thumb Printing Splash in the Pre-Primary

April 27, 2018

Students enjoyed thumb printing activity on 27th April in the Pre-Primary classes. They made flowers, ladybug, caterpillar, butterfly using the thumb printing technique. They enhanced the knowledge about colours and their creative thinking skills to make images/ drawings by using this technique.

Sanskar School students attend workshop on designing

April 25, 2018

Sanskar School students attended a work shop on designing by Art Forte Institute for Designing on 25th April 2018. A competition was held for the children that included designing a CD Cover as well as a bag. Many students received prizes for their creative effort in completing these activities. The winners of the event were:
1. Ritul Khandelwal – XI
2. Kratika Jain – XII
3. Priya Soni -XI

Pre-primary favourite colour day celebration

April 20, 2018

Pre-primary children celebrated ‘My Favourite Colour Day’. This activity enhanced their colour concept and helped them to learn more about different colours around them. They came dressed in clothes of different colours of their choice and also enjoyed colouring/painting pictures in their respective classes. They also came to know about their friend’s favourite colour.

Sanskar Students attend Exhibition conducted by ISRO

April 20, 2018

About more than 100 students from classes XI and XII visited JECRC University to witness an exhibition conducted by ISRO on 20th April 2018. The students from Science stream were taken around the area and shown various models, charts and exhibits of different satellites and launchers used by Indian Space Research Organization. At the end of the tour, the students were presented Participation Certificates for their active involvement.

Education Fair held at Sanskar School

April 19, 2018

An Education Fair was held at Sanskar School on 19th April 2018. Students from classes XI and XII interacted with officials from 15 renowned foreign and Indian universities including University of Ottawa, Trinity University, Istituto Marangoni, Queens University, Ashoka University, etc. The Multi-Country Education Exhibition aimed at holding open ended discussions regarding the various study opportunities available in India as well as overseas. The students were provided information regarding university life, application procedure for scholarships, self-funding in college and the general criteria for admission in various universities.

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Sanskar students attend Counselling Session by Career Launcher Jaipur

April 16, 2018

Sanskar students of Class XI attended a Career Counselling Session, conducted by Career Launcher Jaipur, on 16th April 2018. Mr. Bhavtosh Agarwal guided the students in charting their future course of education related to the field of Law, and more specifically, the preparation for CLAT 2018. The students were given information regarding the updated courseware, Entrance Exams, placements and the Law Career Spectrum open to the students in various arenas related to Law. The students used the opportunity to enrich their knowledge and clarify their doubts and apprehensions regarding Law as a choice of career.

PYP Class V holds Exhibition on ‘Sharing the Planet’

March 13, 2018

Sanskar school organised the PYP exhibition of grade V on March 13, 2018. The theme was sharing the planet and the central idea on which the curious learners researched was “Children worldwide encounter a range of challenges, risks and opportunities.” Under this Central Idea the students selected different issues like specially challenged children, gender disparity, cybercrime, child labour, poverty, health, child trafficking and education. The students started their inquiry with the framing of lines of inquiry and proceeded further by gathering information on the types, causes and effects of these different issues. They also identified the role of individual, government and society in solving these issues. The students used different sources like books, newspaper, magazine, ICT etc to find information on their selected topics. The guest lectures on issues like child rights, child labour, health, cybercrime and the interviews taken by the students enhanced their knowledge on the topics. The teacher and the parents played the role of facilitators in this journey. The young learners showcased their understanding in the form of charts, collages, graphs, posters, pamphlets, models, paintings and power point presentations. Their display showed the integration of different subject like languages, mathematics, science, social science, art, etc. The heart touching performances in the form of dances, street play, song, poem recitation and self defence on the exhibition day was applauded by the Chief guest Dr. Seema Joshi, who is a member of the Rajasthan State Commission for Protection of Child Rights, the Director Ms. Rhea Tharyamal, the Principals and parents. The wonderful performance of the children from Taabar Organisation was a value addition to the program.

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Session on Child Rights

February 23, 2018

Sanskar School organised a guest lecture on 23rd Feb 2018 for class V under their PYP Exhibition theme ‘Sharing the Planet’. The guest Mr. Sanjay Nirala from UNICEF told the students about various risks and challenges faced by children all over the world. He also informed the students about children’s rights and role of UNICEF in protecting children. The students actively participated in the session and enhanced their knowledge on the CI – Children worldwide encounter a range of challenges, risks and opportunities, on which they are working.

Graduation Ceremony 2018 held at Sanskar School

February 17, 2018

Sanskar School bid adieu to its outgoing batch of class XII on 17th February 2018 in the school auditorium. The event commenced with the traditional lighting of the lamp by the distinguished guests Mr. Sudhir Kasliwal, a renowned businessman and social worker, Mr. R.D.Singh, ex-Principal Mayo College and an invaluable member of Sanskar School Board of Directors and Lt. Col. Sadashiv Ghadge, a gallant officer from the Indian Army.

This was followed by an inspiring address by the Principal(CBSE), Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj. In her advice to the students, the Principal pointed out that as they venture out into the vast and unknown experiences of college life, they should learn to handle their freedom with wisdom. The event continued with a melodious song by the school choir after which citations were read out for each student while lighting the candles. It was a proud moment for the teachers and parents who witnessed the students being felicitated.

The event proceeded with the Principal, Ms. Girdhar Kumari, administering the pledge to the students. The students were then invited to pay a tribute to the nation by placing candles on an outline map of India drawn in front of them. Later, the teachers conducted the tilak ceremony and presented mementos to the students. They were then addressed by the eminent guests who guided and wished them for their future endeavours. The event concluded with a vote of thanks proposed by the school Head Girl, Vaishnavi Chaturvedi.

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Fun with Chocolate at Sanskar’s Pre-Primary

February 10, 2018

The Pre-Primary kids prepared Chocolate balls with their teachers and relished the yummy delight.
They learnt the names of ingredients as well as cooking terms to enhance their vocabulary.

Jamboree – The celebration

February 9, 2018

“Celebrations are the time to strengthen beliefs and nurture values.” Keeping this in mind students of grade 1 of Sanskar School presented their class-show “Jamboree.”
Learners confidently and creatively expressed their learning about different celebrations around the world. They interestingly displayed beliefs associated with Sri-Lankan festival Esala Perahera, Nepalese Dussehra, Chinese Moon festival, Christmas and our own local festival Gangaur. There were enactments, narrations, role plays, song and dances depicting festivals and celebrations
The school director Rhea Tharyamal and Principals Girdhar Kumari and Neelam Bharadwaj motivated and encouraged the little bundles of energy. They got applauds and appreciation from parents too.

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Kamlesh Nagarkoti enthralls all at Sanskar School

February 8, 2018

Sanskar School’s rising sports star, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, was given an enthusiastic and warm welcome by the Sanskar School students and teachers alike. Kamlesh accompanied by the Chairman, Mr Lachman Bhatia, the Director, Ms Rhea Tharyamal, the Principals, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms Girdhar Kumari, interacted with the students and teachers at length after his recent exemplary performance at the Under 19 Cricket World Cup 2018. He spoke to the children about his journey in the sports field and also the memorable moments he had at the school while studying and practising at Sanskar Cricket Academy. Kamlesh was treated to a round of endless queries by the students and teachers including his favourite food, subject that scared him at school, his fitness mantra, inspiration, etc. The close interaction with Kamlesh pepped up the spirits of the young children who could be seen raring to go and follow Kamlesh’s journey of trials and triumphs.

Republic Day Celebration at Sanskar School

January 26, 2018

India’s 69th Republic Day was celebrated with great fanfare at Sanskar School on 26th January 2018. The programme commenced with melodious songs sung by the school choir. Thereafter, the Director, Ms Rhea Tharyamal and the Principals, Mrs Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE) and Mrs Girdhar Kumari unfurled the National Flag in a moment of pride for everyone present on the occasion.

The school Vice Cultural Head Girl, Sneha Majumdar and the Vice Head Boy, Tapish Gupta moved the audience with their expressive thoughts. To add to the patriotic fervour, the Principals encouraged the children, through their inspiring words, to inculcate a spirit of pride in being an Indian and to develop healthy, clean habits as responsible citizens of India. The programme culminated with a vote of thanks delivered by the school Vice Head Boy, Siddharth Biswas.

Nurturing Nationalism through Flag Making

January 25, 2018

To feel the sense of belongingness and love for their country, Children at Sanskar School’s Pre-Primary made the Tricolour. They learnt about the importance of having a flag as a National Symbol. They gained knowledge about the significance of the three colours of our Tricolour.

Sanskar Fiesta 2018

January 22, 2018

Sanskar School, Sirsi Road, celebrated its fiesta 2018 with fun and fervour at Sanskar Cricket Ground on 21st Jan, 2018. Students, parents and visitors could be seen frolicking around the games stalls that included mind games, tech-savvy virtual games, yoga and meditation therapies as well as games of sheer luck and general merriment.

To add to the gaiety, were an amalgamation of food stalls that catered to all kinds of palettes like Chinese, South Indian, Italian, North Indian, Mughlai etc. Also, numerous rides were enjoyed by the young lot adding to the spirit of bonhomie and celebration.

The feather in the cap were the dance and music performances by the Sanskar students that called for an encore from the crowd present at the venue.

The icing on the cake was the Raffle draw that included exciting gifts like Ipad, LED TV, Gold coin, Smart phone, Music Bar and many more. The day was a true mix of fun and merriment for the Sanskar family and all those who were an important part of it in making it a memorable day for all.

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Basketball Camp at Sanskar School

January 19, 2018

A four day intensive basketball coaching camp was organized at Sanskar School in collaboration with SSMC, Jaipur. The camp started on 15 January and culminated on 18 January. In this coaches from different countries trained the students in improving their basic and technical skills. The students also enthusiastically participated to polish their game and aim at reaching greater heights. The International Coaches, Steve Briggs, Alexander Starling, Vinodh S Nair and S Padmanabhan from NCAA Div 1 encouraged the students by highlighting their qualities and inspired them to play a fair game. They also motivated them by giving prizes to those who excelled in a specific field. In the end, all the players and coaches vowed to live up to the spirit of the game.

Visit to Science Park

January 18, 2018

The Pre-Primary kids of Sanskar School enjoyed an exploratory visit to the Science Park.
Children added to their knowledge about human body, stars and planets,
and simple scientific phenomena. They saw various traffic signs and rules at the Traffic Park. They were overjoyed to see different kinds of dinosaurs in the Dinosaur Park.

Visual and Commercial Art Exhibition held at Sanskar School

January 4, 2018

A Visual and Commercial Art Exhibition is being held at Sanskar School by the IBDP Year 1 and 2 students as well as class XI and XII Commercial Arts students from 4th to 6th January 2018. The students have displayed their art work and efforts put in through the session 2017-18. Mr Chinmay Mehta from Design Studio, Jaipur examined the students’ art work in the exhibition on the opening day and was given a presentation of their work and journey of what they learnt through the year from the beginning to the end of the session. The art work done by the students ranges from installations, paintings, sketches, photography, digital slide shows to new techniques and mediums. The students have taken inspiration from famous painters and their works, their immediate surroundings, family and self-photography and memories from their past. The student’s artistic talent and bent of mind can be seen clearly from the work presented by them, in a variety of forms, in the time frame of an year of study and reflection.

Christmas Celebration

December 25, 2017

Christmas was celebrated at Sanskar School with great fervor and joy on 22nd Dec.2017. The programme began with the Assembly. The Principals Mrs. Girdhar Kumari and Mrs. Neelam Bhardwaj wished everyone joy and happiness. In her address, Mrs. Girdhar Kumari encouraged the children to share clothes and food with the poor. She emphasized that we all should be thankful for the privileges that god has gifted us with and lead a simple, humble and compassionate life. Thereafter, students from Grade V enacted the ‘Nativity Scene’ as the choir sang hymns and carols. The audience cheered with enthusiasm as the kids from Class Praveshika presented a dance with Santa Claus moving in the crowd and enthralling all at the tune of ‘Jingle Bells’.

Geography Survey conducted by Sanskar students

December 20, 2017

Sanskar School students of class XII conducted a ‘Socio-economic Geography Survey’ at Nevta village for preparing a report on the same for academic purpose. The students were divided into groups to hold door-to-door interviews with the village residents.

The students interacted with the villagers and gathered relevant information regarding the social and economic conditions of the locals. The students gained exposure to the lifestyle conditions and habits of the village residents.

Annual Prize Distribution Function celebrated at Sanskar School

December 20, 2017

The Annual Prize Distribution function was celebrated at Sanskar School on 20th December 2016 in the memory of (Late) Shri Kanni Thahryamal who chartered a way ahead in the field of world class education through his vision. The students were awarded certificates for proficiency in the academic year 2016-17 and for their commendable performance in activities in the current academic session 2017-18. The Principals, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE) and Ms Girdhar kumari gave away the prizes to the meritorious students and motivated them to continue working hard for success in the future.
In the Primary school, Rig House was declared the ‘Best House’ and Netra Sambharia (V) the ‘Best student of the Year’. Students were also rewarded for ‘Excellence in Zero period activity’ – an award given for excelling in various activities during the daily Zero period. Following students were rewarded for their talent:
1. Dramatics – Urvika Shekhawat (Class V)
2. Folk Dance – Himanshi Mathur (Class V)
3. Western Dance – Avni Maheshwari (Class V)
4. Basketball – Gaurav Dhindwal – (Class V)
5. Lawn Tennis – Karmanya Sharma (Class V)
6. Vocal Music – Samaira Joseph (Class I)
7. Instrumental Music – Abhay Singh (Class V)
8. Gymnastics – Utkarsh Rao (Class V)
9. Karate – Ishaan Singh (Class V)
10. Cricket – Ojasv Pratap Singh (Class V)
11. Art & Craft – Riya Choudhary (Class V)
In the Senior school, Rig House received the privilege of being the ‘Best House’ and Sanskar Sharma (XII) was announced the ‘Best Student of the Year’. Shambhavi Kumari (XII) put on the mantle of ‘Best Sports Girl’ alongside Aashish Indoriya (XII), the ‘Best Sports Boy’.
After these prizes, Aditya Yadav (IX) was felicitated for securing Second position in performing 293 Surya Namaskars in the Jaipur Yoga League 2017 along with Kaviraj Yadav (V) who carried out 268 Surya Namaskars to achieve Third prize at the same event.
Kshitij Jain (X) joined the list of achievers by standing Third in the Geeta Chanting Competition 2017.
For the CBSE West Zone Skating Championship 2017, Krisha Jadeja (IX) received a Gold and a Silver medal and also took away the All-round Best Skater Trophy for the West Zone.
Finally, the students who received the People’s Choice Award for Amazing Dance Performance on the Stage at the “Zee News D’Fest 2017” (State Level) for both Junior and Senior categories were called on stage and felicitated for the same.

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Sanskar School students participate in Jaipur History Festival

December 18, 2017

Sanskar School students participated enthusiastically in the Jaipur History Festival held at The City Palace from 14th to 16th December 2017. The students (namely, Mukul, Muskan, Drishti, Mansi, Saloni, Tarini, Priya, Komal, Aditya, Vrinda, Rashu, Siddhi, Anushka, Khushboo and Taru) exhibited creative artwork based on themes like ‘Partition in 1947’, ‘Mahabharata through a reader’s eye’, ‘Town Planning and artifacts of the Harappan time’, ‘Through the traveller’s eye’ and ‘Depiction of life during the Mughal period through painting’.

The students also presented an elaborate Theatre performance named ‘Namaskar Adab’ showcasing the partition as well as disturbances between Hindustanis and Pakistanis. The following Sanskar students participated in the play: Prashansa Sharma, Gaurang Sharma, Siddharth Sambharia, Avantika Pareek, Divyangana S. Rajawat, Khushbu Mathuria, Soumya Rajpurohit, Rudra Pratap Singh Sisodiya, Kanishka Gagneja, Aditya Sharma, Ricky Choudhary, Lekhanshi Paliwal and Monika Dhaka.

“Spectrum”- Colorful performance by Grade- II

December 15, 2017

On 15th December students of grade 2 of Sanskar School presented their learning for the Theme “How we express ourselves” through their class show – “Spectrum”. The show was based on the learning Sign and Symbols.

Short play on emergency numbers conveyed the importance of emergency numbers worldwide. A melodious song on safety rules convinced the audience that music is an art of expression. Students displayed great enthusiasm and zeal to make the show a success. National Anthem through sign language and Shadow Dance gave a befitting finale to the show.
Parents enthusiastically participated in the interactive session.

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Sanskar School Annual Sports Meet – a gala extravaganza

December 10, 2017

Sanskar School celebrated its Annual Sports Meet at Sanskar Cricket Ground on 10th December with exuberance and high spirits. The event was attended by the Chief Guest for the event, Mr Ashok Lahoti, the Mayor of Jaipur, Mr Sudhir Mathur, a renowned philanthropist, Mr Rajesh Sharma, CEO Reliance Jio, Mr Rakesh Goswami, Chief Bureau of Hindustan Times, Mr Shakeel Khan, International Hockey Coach and Umpire and Ms Rama Datt, ex-Principal Sanskar School.

The event commenced with a welcome song followed by the Torch Lighting ceremony carried forward by the national level players of the school. This concluded with the Director, Ms Rhea Tharyamal, declaring the Sports Meet open. This was followed by a welcome address by the Principal (CBSE), Ms Neelam Bhardwaj and the Chief Guest, Mr Ashok Lahoti wherein they encouraged the children to do their best and follow swachhata in their lives as a daily ritual. Mr Lahoty declared the Director, Ms Rhea Tharyamal, the Principals, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms Girdhar Kumari, the Head Boy Yashovardhan Singh Rathore and the Head Girl, Vaishnavi Chaturvedi as the Cleanliness Ambassadors in Jaipur city.

Thereafter the meet continued with a crisp March Past by the students led by the school council members of each house. This was followed by a Yoga presentation, Hoopla Drill, Karate and Aerobics presentation by the students.

The events were interspersed with the main Athletic events for students from class VI-XI which included 100 m, 200 m and relay races.

The highlights of the conclusion segment included an equestrian performance by Mandatar Tanwar, student of class XII from Sanskar School and exciting races for the parents and teachers. All were cheered exuberantly by all and the meet ended with a Vote of Thanks by the Principal, Ms Girdhar Kumari.

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Little chefs at Sanskar School

December 7, 2017

Keeping in view the importance of eating healthful food, students from the Pre-Primary wing at Sanskar School enjoyed making ‘canapés’ using biscuit base and healthful toppings. They chose the topping mix of their choice to prepare the layers. They learnt the names of ingredients as well as cooking terms like—slicing, sprinkling, topping, layering etc. to enhance their vocabulary.

Organ Donation Poster Exhibition held at Sanskar School

December 1, 2017

An Organ Donation Poster Exhibition was held at Sanskar School on 1st December 2017. The Director, Ms. Rhea Tharyamal, along with the Principals, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj (CBSE) and Ms. Girdhar Kumari lighted the lamp to invoke blessings from god. Mr. Ravi Kamra inaugurated the exhibition.

Mr. Sandeep Sethi, Director Education The City Palace Museum, Ms. Anita Handa, Ms. Tina Sahni and Ms. Hema pitched for the cause at the outreach programme on behalf of MFJCF (Mohan Foundation Jaipur Citizen Forum). The event focussed on the central themes of the different organs like skin, liver, heart, kidney, eyes, etc. that can be generously donated. The wide array of posters highlighted the burgeoning need to donate organs for the needy. Creative and thought-provoking slogans were widely displayed to reinforce the noble idea of working for a cause like organ donation.

Additionally, IBDP and CBSE class XI and XII students conducted a survey concerning organ donation. Around 120 people responded to questionnaires that helped gauge the level of awareness in society regarding this important issue.

The event aimed at training 12 students from IB to hold interactive sessions on building awareness regarding organ donation through films and literature like brochures, etc. at different schools in Jaipur to involve students from other schools too for this cause. The students took keen interest in the programme and actively sought answers to many queries pertaining to the issue of organ donation.

Story Enactment at ‘Showtime’

November 30, 2017

Stories are an interesting and interactive medium of developing various skills, inculcating moral values and bringing out a child’s imagination and creativity. Keeping this in mind, the Pre-Primary kids of Sanskar School presented ‘SHOWTIME’, a show based on stories. The stories – The Selfish Giant, The Shoemaker & the Elves and A Glass of Milk were enacted by the students of Class Vatika and Praveshika. Each story enactment was followed by a dance performance. The stories were based on the Values – Kindness and Sharing. The students were confident and enthusiastic. The Director Mrs. Rhea Thahryamal and the Principals Mrs. Girdhar Kumari and Mrs. Neelam Bhardwaj encouraged the children throughout the show. The parents were enthralled with their kids’ performances and applauded their efforts.

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Skype-a-thon Shout Out To a Green World

November 29, 2017

Today is a day to rejoice for all of us as we are the part of a great Cyber movement ‘SHOUT OUT TO A GREEN WORLD’.

It was an initiative taken by Ms. Neeru and Ms. Vineeta from SR DAV, Delhi to awaken our souls to protect Earth. There were 89 participants all over the globe. With the kind support of our principal ma’am Ms. Girdhar Kumari, All the MIE Expert Ms. Rashmi Tanwar, Mr. Naveen Khanna, Mr. Manish Seth, Ms Garima Rawat, Ms. Rashi Kewalramani, Ms. Swati Gupta, Ms Prerna Singh from our school attended the SKYPE-A- THON. Guest for the session were Ms. Lindsay Bayne, Ms. Iro Stefopoulou, and Dr. Vinnie Jauhari. The ceremony was concluded by Ms. Dr. Vinnie Jauhari.

Students of our school presented ‘THE EARTH’ Song along with music facilitator Mr. Samuel and Mr. Ishan. All of us took pledge to save and protect our earth.

Sanskar School hosts the First Autograph Exhibition in Rajasthan

November 27, 2017

The First Autograph Exhibition is being held in Sanskar School from 27th to 29th November 2017. Major General Anuj Mathur, VSM, inaugurated the exhibition on 27th November as the concerned Chief Guest. Mr. Sudhir Mathur, a notable philanthropist, was also present among the eminent guests. The exhibition includes a Philately Workshop that is being conducted by Mr. P.M. Bhargava, President, Philatelic Society of Rajasthan and Mr. J.M. Dhor, President, Jaipur Philatelic Society. The students from Sanskar, as well as many other schools of Jaipur, are being given an opportunity to view a wide range of stamps and can even opt for personalized stamps. Additionally, the event enables the students to join the Philately Club and open their own Philatelic Deposit Accounts.

A workshop on Physics held at Sanskar School

November 22, 2017

Mr. G.S. Menaria and Ms. Tara Choudhary, associated with ‘Anveshika’ (IIT, Kanpur) – The Indian Association of Physics Teachers, conducted a workshop based on basic concepts of Physics at Sanskar School on 22nd November 2017.

The workshop was held for the Science students from classes XI and XII. Practical activities were conducted related to various aspects of Physics in day to day life. At the end of the active sessions, the students clarified their doubts by putting forth their queries regarding the scientific issues.

Sanskar School hosts Regalien MUN 2017

November 20, 2017

Sanskar School hosted Regalien MUN 2017 from 18th-19th November 2017 for students from within and outside the city. Day 1 commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest, Mr. Paresh Gupta and the Principals, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms. Girdhar Kumari, who motivated the delegates to actively participate in the debate. The debate continued through two sessions in the day followed by a gala social night wherein all the delegates got to interact with each other on an informal level.

Day 2 began with reporting followed by two vociferous debate sessions that saw the delegates expressing their viewpoints emphatically. The Closing Ceremony marked the end of the exuberant two day MUN sessions that fostered negotiation, speaking and communication skills among the participants.

Visit to ‘The Science Park’

November 15, 2017

Wednesday (15-11-2017) was a day of joyful learning for Grade – 1 students of Sanskar School. Students went to Science Park to explore the Central Idea, “Transportation system develops over time for better connectivity” under the T. D. Theme, “How we organize ourselves.” Traffic Park facilitated them with learning about traffic signs and safety measures one should take while moving on the road. Children were curious and showed enthusiasm to know about road signs and sensible use of transportation.

Children’s Day festivities at Sanskar School

November 14, 2017

It was a day full of fun and frolic, cheers and laughter for the students of Sanskar School as they celebrated Children’s Day on14th November 2017. Various games and activities were organized for the children by their teachers as a surprise.

The Pre – Primary Children enjoyed fun races like Balancing balloon, Newspaper walk, Stringing beads, bead in spoon etc. They eagerly participated and cheered for each other. After the outdoor fun, they played dumb charades, recited rhymes, sang songs, and watched stories in the class. They learnt about Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, our first Prime Minister whose birthday is celebrated as Children’s Day due to his love for children.

For the students of classes I to XII, the day began with a Special Assembly wherein the teachers took centrestage and conducted the entire assembly that included the Morning Thought, recitation of Shloks from the different holy books, Fun Quiz, recitation of self-composed poems for the children by the teachers and finally a Group Song in the form of a medley. Thereafter, the Principal, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj, greeted the children and urged them to count their blessings each day and have kindness in their heart for those deprived of the same.

The day moved on to numerous exciting games and activities conducted in the respective classrooms. This was followed by outdoor events wherein the students actively participated in Basketball and Volleyball matches which included one between the students and the teachers. The match was thoroughly enjoyed by the Director, Ms Rhea Tharyamal, the Principal, teachers as well as the students.

Sanskar School teachers attend Capacity Building Programme on Remodelled Assessment Structure

November 11, 2017

Sanskar School teachers, Ms. Deepika Banerjee and Ms. Sangeeta Vyas, attended ‘One Day Capacity Building Programme on Remodelled Assessment Structure – Class X’ on 11th November 2017. The programme conducted by CBSE aimed at providing opportunity to teachers for their continuous professional development. The teachers were apprised of the new evaluation techniques and discussions were held on how to implement them at school. The programme enabled the teachers to review the new assessment structure for their respective subjects.

Pre- Primary Diwali Card Making

October 13, 2017

The pre- Primary kids of Sanskar School expressed their joy and festive mood by making Diwali Greeting Cards for their family. They were motivated to celebrate an eco- friendly Diwali. The Principal, Mrs. Girdhar Kumari, wished the students and appreciated their efforts. She told them to celebrate the festival safely and try to avoid bursting crackers as it adds to air pollution.

Awareness Rally

October 12, 2017

The eco warriors of class V Sanskar School conducted a rally on 12th October 2017 under the theme ‘How the word works’. The motive of their rally was to create awareness among people about conservation of energy. The students went door to door and gave their self design pamphlets on conservation of resources. They also made residents of the locality aware about simple sustainable energy practices which could be follow in day to day life. People encouraged the children by listening to them patiently and appreciating them for their efforts.

Visit to Albert hall Museum

October 11, 2017

The students of grade 4 of Sanskar School went for a visit to Albert hall museum on 11 October 2017. The students took keen interest in observing the artefacts displayed from all over the world. The Egyptian Mummy and the Artillery Room fascinated the students the most. The visit helped the students to understand and preserve the rich heritage of the world. The visit integrated with current theme “Where we are in place and time” and the central idea “ Artefacts and story behind them connect us to the past , present and future “ initiated the inquiry to analyse and value the contribution of artefacts in our past, present and future.

Seminar on Drug Abuse held at Sanskar School

October 6, 2017

Lion’s Club International organised a seminar on “Emotional Problems of Students and Prevention of Drug Abuse” at Sanskar School, Jaipur on 6th October 2017. The Convenor of the seminar was Mr. Radharaman Ameriya. The Guest Speaker, Dr. Anita Gautam, Consultant Psychiatrist at Gautam Hospital and Research Centre and Convenor of Speciality Section of Perinatal Psychiatry of Indian Psychiatric Society, spoke to the students from classes IX and X on various emotional problems, behavioural changes and stress faced during the adolescent age. She even guided them on how to tackle such situations. The students were enthralled getting knowledge regarding these issues through their queries from Dr. Gautam.

Ramleela Presentation at Sanskar

September 27, 2017

The auditorium at Sanskar School echoed with excitement and enthusiasm as the IB –PYP students from Class Vatika to Grade V presented Ramleela to celebrate Dussehra –the festival that marks the victory of good over evil.

The programme began with a school prayer. Thereafter, scenes of the birth of Shri Ram and his brothers and their gurukul journey were enacted by the tiny tots of Pre- Primary. The Seeta Swayamvar, Kaikeiyi’s demands to send Ram to Vanvas, Seeta Haran, Ram meeting Sugreev, the Meghnath and Kumbhkaran Vadh, and the epitome of the story—Ram Ravan war and Ravan’s vadh were beautifully enacted by the confident actors. The joy of welcoming back Shri Ram with Seeta and Laxman and celebration of Diwali was depicted through a beautiful dance by Grade V.

Mrs Preeti Paliwal explained that the values of obeying and respecting our parents, true friendship, honesty, protecting the weak and helping others have been an integral part of our country’s culture.

The Principal Mrs. Girdhar Kumari appreciated everyone’s efforts and encouraged the students to imbibe and follow the lessons taught by the Ramayana in our daily life.

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Our Earth, Our Responsibility

September 25, 2017

On 20th September students of grade 4 of Sanskar School presented their learning for the theme “How the world works” through their class show – “Our Earth, Our responsibility “ Short plays and a Pantomime on continuous changes on earth, global warming and save rivers conveyed the global concern to save and nurture our blue planet. A perfect synchronization of melodious song on save water convinced the audience that music is an art of thinking with sounds. An astounding dance performance on save water and trees gave a befitting finale to the show. Students displayed great enthusiasm and zeal to make the show a success. Parents in the audience appreciated the efforts of the students and enjoyed the show thoroughly.

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Hindi Poem Recitation

September 13, 2017

On the occasion of Hindi Diwas, Sanskar School organised Inter – house Hindi recitation and Hindi Debate competition in classes I to III and IV and V respectively. Participants from four respective houses showcased their oratory talent. The audience applauded the participants.

Names of best speakers are as follows:
1. Harshini Tanwar Grade 1
2. Diksha Vashisth Grade 2
3. Aashima Dhoni Grade 3
4. Hanya Imam Grade 4
5. Vaidehi Singh and Nirali Yadav Grade 5

Incredible India show by class III students

September 8, 2017

The students of class III of Sanskar School presented the theme ‘Where we are in place and time’ through their show ‘Incredible India’. The presentation was an evidence of inquiry based learning which is built on student’s individual knowledge and interests. It emphasizes on learning and finding out using different media. The students exhibited the lifestyle of the people belonging to different states and union territories of our country.

They displayed how India’s languages, food, dresses, festivals, music and dance differ from place to place.

Glimpses of the rich and diverse culture of India were showcased with great zeal and enthusiasm, through drama, music and dance. The parents motivated the students by applauding them after every performance.

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Orange Colour Day

September 7, 2017

Orange Colour Day was organized in the Pre-Primary wing of Sanskar School on 7th September’17. Children wore clothes of different shades of orange. They recited poems and learnt names of orange things found in nature. They enjoyed art and craft activities like drawing and colouring in Class Praveshika and flower making in Class Vatika to consolidate their knowledge of colour and its related things.

A Gallery Walk by Class Fifth Students

September 6, 2017

Sanskar students of Class V organized a gallery walk under the theme, ‘How the World Works’. The students displayed their understanding of different forms of energy through models. They prepared models showing storage and transformation of energy like the model of a volcano which showed how potential energy is converted into chemical energy. The students also used batteries to display the conversion of energy. Additionally, the students demonstrated the working of a clock through a model created by them.

Green Colour day celebrated at Sanskar School

August 29, 2017

The Pre Primary wing at Sanskar School organized Green Colour Day on 29 Aug. 2017. The children came dressed in green clothes and looked happy. They recognized and named green things found in nature. They enjoyed fun activities in their respective classrooms which enhanced their knowledge about the different hues and shades of green. Class Vatika painted cuttings of different shapes with different shades of green and made a Bandanvaar. Children from class Praveshika made animal shapes using Leaf Printing Technique.

Inter School Music Competition held at Sanskar School

August 26, 2017

Sanskar School hosted an Inter School Music Competition on 26th August 2017 on the theme of ‘Sadbhavana’. In this event, the participating teams had to perform the ‘Chaturang’ form of music – a rich musical form that involves the interplay of four (chatur) colours (rang). The programme commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the Director, Ms Rhea Tharyamal, the Principals, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms Girdhar Kumari.and the esteemed judges for the event, Ustaad Nisar Hussain Khan, Pt. Hanuman Sahay and Mr Satish Pareek. The school choir rendered the Saraswati Vandana. After the welcome note for the judges, The Principal, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj addressed the audience and spoke words of encouragement to the participants. Thereafter, the school choir presented a special song that was followed by commendable musical presentations by various school teams of Jaipur. These were followed by an address by the judges and announcement of the result by the IB school Principal, Ms Girdhar Kumari. Defence Public School secured the First position followed by Neerja Modi School at the Second place. A final Vote of Thanks culminated the event that saw a lot of hard work and dedication for music by all the participants.

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Workshop and Interactive session with U.S. University officials

August 24, 2017

Sanskar School students of High Mentoring Programme, from classes X-XII, had a workshop and interactive session with officials from top U.S. Universities and KIC UnivAssist on 24th August 2017. Laura Pacchioni from Florida International University, Vicki Seefeldt West from Ohio University, Seray Teleke from University of California and Dakota Horn from University of Oklahoma provided first hand information to students to find the right fit institution as per their interests.

The students were given vital information regarding scholarships and finances, plan structure to study abroad, application requirements, areas of study and also brief university profiles of the respective institutions.

Inter House Poem Recitation Competition

August 23, 2017

An Inter House Poem Recitation Competition was held at Sanskar School on 23rd August 2017 under the able guidance of the Principal, Mrs Neelam Bhardwaj, for classes VI to VIII (Group 1) as well as IX & X (Group 2). There were 16 participants in each group with 4 from each house. The students of group 1 recited narrative poems of their choice whereas the topic for the seniors was ‘My Vision of a Future World’ .The time limit was 2-3 minutes. Expressions, diction, pronunciation and content were the criteria for judgement.

Rig House secured the first position in both the groups followed by Atharva and Yajur in Group 1 and Atharva and Sam in group 2.

Rishit Paliwal of Rig House and Shrishti Sharda of Atharva House for Group 1, and Rishika Sharda and Lekhanshi Paliwal, both of Rig house from Group 2 were adjudged Best Speakers of the day for their eloquence in reciting English and Hindi poems, respectively.

Interactive Session with Universities from U.S.

August 23, 2017

Sanskar School held an interactive session with U.S. Universities’ Representatives from different universities of U.S on 23rd August 2017. The officials conducted a one to one session with the students to provide information as well as answer their queries about choosing the appropriate career for them in the future. The students of class XI, XII and IBDP were a part of the session. The officials were from deemed Universities like Miami University, University of Cincinnati and Arizona State University. Students were active participants in the session. They were given general information about the different universities and the basic criteria to be fulfilled for taking admission.

Recipe Day celebrated at Sanskar School

August 22, 2017

The Little chefs of Pre Primary wing at Sanskar School enjoyed Recipe Day on 22nd Aug. 2017 and learnt how to prepare Bhelpuri. Children learnt the names of ingredients used and cooking terms which added to their vocabulary. They learnt the importance of eating healthful food. The kids relished the dish they had prepared with their teachers’ help. The kids participated in the activity with interest and enthusiasm as they promised to make the same dish with their mother at home. The aim of this activity was to develop healthy eating habits and avoid eating street food.

Total Learning Summit

August 22, 2017

‘Total Learning Summit’ held by Extramarks was attended by Mr Naveen Khanna (PGT IP, Sanskar School) at Hotel Holiday Inn on 19th August 2017. Many thought leaders from prominent schools of Jaipur were a part of the Round Tables, Presentations and Experience Sharing Summit.

Experts from various schools expressed growing need for dynamic changes in the education system by creating a new paradigm of Digital Learning. The relevance of education technology in the 21st century was highlighted through the talks and presentations given by eminent speakers.

Liberal Arts: The Ashoka University

August 21, 2017

An interactive session was attended by Sanskar School students of class XI and XII and those from IBDP (Year I and II) with University Representative from Ashoka University, Haryana on 21st August 2017, Monday. The University Representative, Mr. Sandeep, conducted a workshop with the students and raised important issues regarding Liberal Arts and elaborated on the same.

A brief description was also given about the criteria and procedure that should be followed for enrolling in the university.

Independence Day Celebrated at Sanskar School

August 15, 2017

India’s 71st Independence Day was celebrated with gaiety and fervour on 15th August 2017.

The programme commenced with the hoisting of the national flag by the Principals, Mrs. Neelam Bhardwaj and Mrs. Girdhar Kumari. This was followed by the band display as well as singing of patriotic songs by the school choir. The Cultural Head Girl and Cultural Head Boy expressed their views. Both the Principals inspired and motivated the crowd to instil the spirit of sacrifice and love for the country, the slogan of “Jai Hind” reverberated in the school campus. Diversity of the country was beautifully depicted by a dance presentation. The programme culminated with the singing of the national song by whole school and vote of thanks by the Vice Head Girl. Sweets were distributed among those present for the programme.

Janmashtami Celebration

August 11, 2017

Students of Pre-Primary wing and Class I of Sanskar School celebrated Janamashtami. Students depicted scenes from Lord Krishna’s mythological life story and performed a dance drama to depict his naughty antics with his friends. The characters were well played by the tiny tots and much appreciated by the audience. The choir added flavor with their melodious aarti.

Principal Mrs. Girdhar Kumari in her address highlighted the rich culture of India and enjoyment of participation in traditions and the lesson we learn from the presentation.

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FilmIt India workshop attended by Sanskar School students and teachers

August 10, 2017

FilmIt India Workshop by Intach and The Helen Hamlyn Trust was attended by students and teachers from Sanskar School on 10th August 2017 at MGD Girls School. Ayushya Joshi, Apohan Pareek, Nehal Jain, Yushvita Sharma, Shivam Agarwal, Himadri Vyas, Divyangana Rajawat and Avantika Pareek as well as Mr Manish Seth (Technical) and Ms Sonam Kataria (Content) were a part of the Technical and Content Workshop conducted by experts from INTACH and Tuning Fork Films. Being the 10th year, FilmIt planned the programme to help children better understand the physical and cultural environment in which they live, and the contributions made by different cultures and communities through the development of short films by the students. For this, the students were trained to take different shots and angles by filming a short movie in the second half of the workshop. The participating teams were given DVDs containing last year’s documentary films shot by schools across India.

Seminar conducted by IIAD at Sanskar School

August 10, 2017

Officials from IIAD (Indian Institute of Art & Design) held a seminar for the Arts, Fine Arts and Visual Arts students of classes X to XII at Sanskar School on 10th August 2017. Ms. Bhavna Jolly and Ms. Swati Sachdeva, the Faculty Speaker and School Outreach Officer respectively, conducted the session to apprise the students about its creative, multidisciplinary, studio-based design education that it offers in collaboration with Kingston University, London. The students were informed about the different programmes undertaken by IIAD namely, Foundation Diploma in Design and B.A.(Hons.) degree in Fashion Design, Communication Design and Interior Architecture and Design.

Inter House Patriotic Song Competition held at Sanskar School

August 9, 2017

An Inter House Patriotic Song Competition was held in Sanskar School on 9th August, 2017. Students from classes VI to IX participated in the event. There was a tie for the first position between Sam and Yajur house. Rig house secured the second position followed by Atharva house in the third place.

Global Education Fair held at Sanskar School

August 4, 2017

Global Education Fair was held at Sanskar School on 4th August 2017. Students from different schools of Jaipur interacted with Admission officials from 24 foreign universities including Australian Catholic University, Middlesex University London, Queen Mary University of London, The University of Adelaide, The University of New South Wales, etc. The Multi-Country Education Exhibition aimed at holding open ended discussions regarding the various study opportunities available overseas. The students were provided information regarding university life, application procedure for scholarships, self-funding in college and the general criteria for admission in universities abroad.

Cambridge International Examinations Professional Development Course in Noida attended by Sanskar teachers

August 3, 2017

Cambridge International Examinations Professional Development Course was attended by Mr. Arvind, Ms. Neetu and Ms. Upasana Narang on 1st & 2nd August.

The training programme dealt with the Cambridge Curriculum. There were subject experts who trained the teachers in the methodology best suited for Cambridge. The assessment criteria and method of evaluation were also discussed. It was a hands on learning experience where the teachers also participated in the various activities to better understand the teaching strategies.

Training Programme for Teachers on Value Education

July 22, 2017

A 2-day Training Programme for Teachers on Value Education was attended by Ms. Deepika Banerjee and Ms. Sangeeta Vyas on 20th and 21st July 2017 at MGD Girls’ School. It was the Awakened Citizen Programme developed by the Ramakrishna Mission which was attended by around 50 teachers from Sahodaya member schools of Jaipur. The programme is based on Swami Vivekananda’s preachings regarding internal virtues that are essential for becoming a good citizen in society. The teachers were provided training for a three year course based on Value Education for the students of classes VII, VIII and IX.

Interactive session on Literature

July 21, 2017

Sanskar School organised a Guest Lecture on 21st July 2017, for class V, under the theme ‘How We Express Ourselves’. The eminent guests were Mr Jitender Singh, who writes short stories about his life experiences and Mr Tikam Bohra, who writes motivational poems. It was an interactive session in which the guests shared their valuable insight on literature. Both the guests motivated and guided the students to express their thoughts through creative writing. The students also asked various questions related to their theme which were answered by the guests.

Class IX and X Club Activities conducted in Sanskar School

July 19, 2017

Students from classes IX and X participated in various activities related to the 9 clubs with much vigour and enthusiasm. The activities included a yoga session, report writing, collage making, poetry slam session, art and craft work, article writing, etc. The different clubs, namely, Language, Heritage, Aesthetic, Science, Health, Environment, Road Safety, Integrity and Mathematics Club provided the students ample opportunity to learn, practise and work together, individually as well as in a group, for effective learning.

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Pro-social Peer Moderator Programme on Risk Behaviour Management

July 15, 2017

A workshop on Risk Behaviour Management was attended by Chinmay Jain (IX), Surbhai Agrawal (XI) and Ms Yashwardhini Chauhan (Teacher Coordinator) on 15th July 2017 at Fortis Escorts Hospital, Jaipur. 23 schools from Rajasthan participated in the programme. The workshop dealt with various pertinent issues like risk behavior and its consequences, scary facts, case studies, etc. Activities such as preparing an advertisement using sarcasm to discourage students from risky behavior, Self-Awareness, negative effects of Social Media, evaluating risk assertiveness and finding alternative options, etc. were conducted and discussions were also held at length on these aspects.

THE AFFORESTATION CAMPAIGN

July 8, 2017

The students of IBDP participated in an afforestation campaign conducted by Angeleyes Animal Welfare Foundation, on the 8th of July. They went to Grass Farm Nursery and participated enthusiastically, in the hope of giving their best to their environment that has long been deprived of proper care. The students came to know of the importance of trees in our daily life, and how they serve to be one of our lifelines.

The students planted one tree each, and learned the skills of successful tree plantation with proper technique.

The students enjoyed a lot being part of the plantation drive, and wish to continue this initiative further.

YOGA Week for Pre-Primary

July 7, 2017

A yoga week was organized for the students of Pre-Primary under the theme ‘Who we are’ as integration of personal, social and physical education.
The students participated enthusiastically. The session was conducted by the resource person Dr. Manjula Bhati. Simple asanas and stretching exercises were introduced by the resource person to help children in improving their flexibility, balance and strength. The teachers too joined the children in this session.

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YOGA Session for Class III

July 6, 2017

A yoga session was conducted for the students of class III under the theme ‘Who We Are ‘ for LOI 3 ‘Maintaining Healthy Habits’.
The students participated enthusiastically and put up a lot of questions to the resource person. They realized the importance of exercise in sustaining a healthy lifestyle. The session was conducted by the resource person Dr. Manjula Bhati in the school auditorium.

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Sanskar School students attend session on Organ Donation with members of Navjeevan

May 20, 2017

Sanskar School students of classes X and XII attended an interactive session with members of Navjeevan, ‘MFJCF’ NGO working for organ donation for the needy. The NGO has been working for three years to create awareness among people regarding this noble effort. Ms Kamla Choudhary, Ex Principal Rajasthan Government School, Ms Hemlata Shah, Project Manager, Dr Tina Sawhney, a volunteer and Mr Sandeep Sethi, former Education officer, CBSE were a part of the team that spoke to the students and cleared various myths and hesitations experienced by people regarding this issue. The students were provided questionnaires to take feedback from their immediate neighbours to spread awareness about organ donation.

Gender Sensitivity Workshop for teachers held at Sanskar School

May 13, 2017

A Capacity Building Programme on ‘Gender Sensitivity in Schools’ was held at Sanskar School, for the teachers, on 13th May 2017. The Principal, Ms Rama Datt and the Vice Principals, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms Girdhar Kumari welcomed Ms Karuna Yadav, Principal KGPS, and Ms Nidhi Sharma, Principal VSPK International School as the Resource persons for the programme. Ms Karuna Yadav took over the first half of the session wherein she introduced and shared the Agenda for the session and the Gender Construct. Ms Nidhi Sharma carried forward the second half of the session that included Gender Sensitive Pedagogy and Teaching Learning Materials, Gender Sensitive Classroom Environment and Interaction, Gender Sensitive Methodologies and Gender Cards and Awareness Raising. The interactive programme made use of videos, case studies, powerpoint presentations, Group Activities and Group Discussions to highlight the issue of Gender Sensitization in schools.

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Maati Utsav celebrated by Sanskar students

April 28, 2017

Sanskar students from classes IV to VIII celebrated Maati Utsav 2017 on 21st and 22nd April by participating in Clay Modelling and Pottery workshops at Bal Bhavan. The students created clay pots that were later decorated and baked during the following session. The workshop, geared towards reconnecting the students with the Earth, made the students focus on their immediate surroundings and the available resources in nature.

IBDP Visual Art Exhibition held at Sanskar School

April 22, 2017

A Visual Art Exhibition was held at Sanskar School by IBDP students on 21st April 2017. The students displayed their art work and efforts put in through the year, session 2016-17. Ms Saumya Sharma, from Kalaneri Art Gallery that believes in giving a boost and platform to young artists, examined the students’ art work in the exhibition and was given a presentation of their work and journey of what they learnt through the year from the beginning to the end of the session. The Director, Ms Rhea Thahryamal, encouraged the students to continue working with greater innovativeness and creativity. The art work done by the students ranged from installations, paintings, sketches, photography, digital slide shows to new techniques and mediums. The students took inspiration from famous painters and their works, their immediate surroundings, family and self-photography and memories from their past. The student’s artistic talent and bent of mind could be seen clearly from the work presented by them, in a variety of forms, in the time frame of an year of study and reflection.

Students from classes XI and XII attend ICAE Global University Fair

April 20, 2017

Students from classes XI and XII attended the ICAE (International Centre for Advancement of Education) Global University Fair at Sanskar School on 2oth April 2017. Representatives from various global universities interacted with the students to provide them information regarding available courses, admission procedures, eligibility criteria, etc. They also solved various queries put forth by the students. The participating universities were University of Victoria, University of Ottawa, Istituto Marangoni, Queens University Belfast, Northumbia University, Ashoka University, Ecole Hotelier Lavasa, India Institute of Art and Design, Indian School of Business and finance, S P Jain School of Management, University of New South Wales, Shannon College of Hotel Management and University of Limerick.

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Students attend ‘Playnomics’ workshop by IBSF (University of London) officials

April 19, 2017

Sanskar Students from classes XI and XII attended a workshop (Playnomics) on Economics, Management and Finance by officials from IBSF, an Affiliate Centre of University of London, on 19th April 2017. The activities undertaken during the workshop aimed at demonstrating to the students how the international trade takes place and why economies emerge in international trade, through the concept of learning by doing. The students actively participated in the games by working in teams to mimic an international trade scenario. The students dealt with international trade concepts and theories in a practical manner with a real life take on business situations.

Sanskar School Session 2017-18 begins on a fresh note

April 6, 2017

Sanskar school corridors once again reverberated with the sounds of numerous feet rushing towards the classrooms to begin afresh the new school session on 6th April, 2017. The young eager faces of the children reflected positivity and hope for new beginnings, extended opportunities and prospective growth.

The students were given a warm welcome in the school assembly by the Principal, Ms Rama Datt, who spoke to them about the importance of new beginnings, new endeavours and new resolutions. The children excitedly moved on thereafter to observe their new classrooms, peers and teachers and could be seen taking great interest in turning the crisp pages of their new books and notebooks. The day progressed smoothly encapturing various special moments for the students on their ‘Day 1 at school’.

PYP Exhibition at Sanskar School

March 15, 2017

SANSKAR SCHOOL students of grade 5 put up the Primary Years Programme (PYP) Exhibition on 15, March 2017. This year their work centered on “Children worldwide encounter a range of risks, challenges and opportunities”, under the transdisciplinary theme- Sharing the Planet.

An enthusiastic audience comprising parents, teachers, organisations and individuals who work for child welfare and students from other city schools witnessed the presentations. Children from the NGO ‘Taabar’ and the school for the underprivileged ‘Shubham Gurukul’ were invited to perform on stage for which they were applauded by the audience. The Principal, Mrs. Rama Datt, addressed the gathering and praised the efforts of the students.

An enthusiastic audience comprising parents, teachers, organisations and individuals who work for child welfare and students from other city schools witnessed the presentations. Children from the NGO ‘Taabar’ and the school for the underprivileged ‘Shubham Gurukul’ were invited to perform on stage for which they were applauded by the audience. The Principal, Mrs. Rama Datt, addressed the gathering and praised the efforts of the students.

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Exhibition Information Session

February 11, 2017

Fifth grade students at Sanskar School participate in Exhibition, which is the culmination of the PYP, allowing students to synthesize and apply their learning of previous years and to reflect upon their journey through the PYP.

The purpose of the Exhibition is for students to engage in an in-depth, collaborative inquiry into a personally significant topic, to demonstrate independence and responsibility for their own learning, and to take action as a result of their learning.

The Exhibition unites students, teachers, parents and other members of the school community in a collaborative experience that incorporates the essential elements of the PYP.

The theme “Sharing the Planet” aims to take them to the next level of understanding the world as they will brainstorm about risks, challenges and opportunities faced by children worldwide.

An ‘Exhibition Information Session’ was organised for the parents on 11 February 2017, so that they too can facilitate their children in this process.

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Sanskar students interact with Animal Welfare NGOs on campus

February 10, 2017

Sanskar School students from classes VIII and IX had an interactive session with members from two NGOs namely, ‘Help in Suffering’ and ‘Angel Eyes’ on campus. ‘Help in Suffering’ is an NGO that works for the welfare of elephants used as tourist rides in Amber area, Jaipur. They showed a documentary depicting the plight of these animals. ‘Angel Eyes’, another NGO that works for the care of injured birds and other animals for adoption, also shared their experiences and sensitised the children to the dismal condition of these uncared for animals.

20th Indian Birding Fair – 2017

February 10, 2017

Students of grade six of Sanskar School attended the 20th Indian Birding Fair on 10th Feb. organized at Man Sagar Dam. The students enjoyed many activities – watching migratory birds through telescopes and binoculars, participating in question-answer sessions with experts, a drawing competition and a quiz. They also attended a session conducted by Pranav Mukherjee who enthralled all with his inspiring poems based on nature. Aryaveer Dhadhich and Vedant Shiv were the students who were given tokens of appreciation for asking thought provoking questions related to birds and the conservation of their habitat.

NRITYA-GATHA: A Dance Experience Workshop by Parwati Dutta

February 4, 2017

NRITYA-GATHA: A Dance Experience is an attempt to ignite young minds towards this rich and vibrant world of Indian Dance Heritage through improvisational sessions focused of creating forms through the body and telling stories and legends through these forms.

Road Safety Campaign

January 27, 2017

Students of Sanskar School showcased a street play in the market place in Vaishali Nagar on 27 January 2017 related to ‘Road Safety’. The play gripped the attention of the spectators as it dealt with issues like following traffic rules, safe driving etc. In a satirical manner the play brought out one of the most sensitive matters that is road accidents in India. The students marched in a rally on the streets of Vaishali Nagar, shouting slogans on awareness about road safety.

Republic Day Celebration at Sanskar School

January 26, 2017

India’s 68th Republic Day was celebrated with great fanfare at Sanskar School on 26th January 2017. The programme commenced with melodious songs sung by the school choir. Thereafter, the Principal, Ms Rama Datt, unfurled the National Flag in a moment of pride for everyone present on the occasion. Aditya Pareek, from class X, paid tribute to the nation by painting a portrait of ‘Bharat Maata’ on stage in front of the audience while the choir rendered more songs in tune with the event. Later, the Vice Cultural Head Girl, Tanisha Choudhary, Vice Head Boy, Yashovardhan Singh Rathore and Vice Head Girl, Vaishnavi Chaturvedi moved the audience with their expressive thoughts. Following this, the Guest of Honour, Mr N.G.Tripathi, a renowned poet and writer, addressed the children with his motivational words. In the end, the Principal culminated the programme by encouraging the children to do their best each day in order to make a difference in the world.

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Ms Mala Kumar holds an interactive session under the Outreach Program of JLF 2017

January 17, 2017

Sanskar students of classes VI-VIII were treated to an interactive session with Freelance Journalist and Editor, Ms Mala Kumar, on 17th January 2017. The program was an initiative by Pratham Books under the Outreach Program of the prestigious Jaipur Literature Festival. The inspirational and exciting initiative brought books and reading closer to the children. Ms Mala Kumar spoke to the students about the different themes of her books, specially the concept of money as expressed in her books. The students put forth ample questions to clarify their doubts and misconceptions regarding various relevant issues, and about writing itself, in general.

‘Pro-Social Peer Moderator Program’ conducted in Sanskar School

January 9, 2017

A Peer Moderator workshop on study skills was organized at Fortis Hospital on 29th November 2016 for students of classes IX and XI. As Peer Moderators, they were trained to conduct similar programs with their peers in school. Hence, a series of workshops were conducted as part of ‘Pro-Social Peer Moderator Program’ for students of classes VII to XI at Sanskar School. Vagisha Tiwari and Kshitij Jain from class IX and Shivam Goyal and Vaishnavi Chaturvedi from class XI conducted the workshops during the first week of December, 2016. The workshops focussed on Exam and Study Skills. They were made interesting by incorporating a number of group activities and games for the students. The students actively participated in the program and came up with creative ways of using mnemonics in their studies. Concentration exercises based on differentiation of sound and pictures as well as Self-reflective exercises on procrastination were also conducted during the workshops with volunteers and the rest of the class as motivators and demotivators.

Bird and Animal Rescue Awareness Campaign held at Sanskar School

January 6, 2017

As a prelude to the festival of Kite flying, Makar Sankranti, an Awareness Campaign was held at Sanskar School on 6th January 2017 for the students of classes X and XI. Members of the group, Angel Eyes, spoke at length on the detrimental effects of using Chinese ‘Manjha’ on this festival on birds, animals as well as humans. They informed the students about their yearly camp held from 13th to 15th January to rescue, operate, protect and rehabilitate the injured birds and animals during this festival season. The students were given Bird and Animal Helpline numbers to report cases of such accidents for their rescue and treatment. Various members of the group also narrated their personal experiences while working in the organization.

Christmas Celebration at Sanskar School

December 23, 2016

Students from classes VI-VIII presented a Christmas show for the Primary School children on 23rd December 2016, prior to the Winter Vacations. The Middle School children enacted a play based on the nativity of Jesus Christ titled ‘Just a little Christmas’. It was followed by a musical performance by class XI IBDP students which comprised a fusion of English and French carols containing lyrics centralised around the theme of Christmas. Thereafter, the Principal, Ms. Rama Datt, addressed the children by proclaiming the need to love everyone as per the words of Lord Jesus. The celebration concluded with a lively performance by Santa Claus on the carol ‘Jingle Bells’.

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Sanskar School students attend ‘The Regional Level CBSE Science Exhibition 2016-17’

December 23, 2016

Sanskar School students of class X attended ‘The Regional Level CBSE Science Exhibition 2016-17’ on 23rd December 2016. Around 70 schools from the region participated in the event showcasing eco-friendly exhibits and models at Kapil Gyanpeeth School. The 30 students of class X from Sanskar School viewed and studied at close quarters the various demonstrated models dealing with ‘Science, Technology and Mathematics for Nation Building’. They observed exhibits and charts on Solar Water Heater, Organic Farming, Eco-friendly Transportation, Food Production and Security, Sustainable Food Habits, Mathematical Solutions in Everyday Life, etc.

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Annual Prize Distribution Function celebrated at Sanskar School

December 20, 2016

The Annual Prize Distribution function was celebrated at Sanskar School on 20th December 2016 in the memory of (Late) Shri Kanni Thahryamal who paved away for a world class educational institution through his vision and the Director, Ms. Rhea Thahryamal’s persistent endeavours. The students were awarded certificates and gifts for proficiency in the academic year 2015-16 and for their commendable performance in activities in the current academic session 2016-17. The Director, Ms Rhea Thahryamal and the Principal, Ms Rama Datt gave away the prizes to the meritorious students and motivated them to continue working hard for success in the future. They were encouraged to continuously work upon their personality development as well as the true spirit of being morally upright students and individuals.
In the Primary school, Yajur House was declared the ‘Best House’ and Aditi Jha the ‘Best student of the Year’. Students were also rewarded for ‘Excellence in Zero period activity’ – an award given for excelling in various activities during the daily Zero period. Following students were rewarded for their talent:
1. Dramatics – Ridhi Sharma (Class V)
2. Folk Dance – Netra Sambharia (Class IV)
3. Western Dance – Palak Soni (Class V)
4. Basketball – Rudra Pratap Singh – (Class V)
5. Lawn Tennis – Tanishi Kinha (Class V)
6. Vocal Music – Madhav Upadhyay (Class V)
7. Instrumental Music – Prakhar Mathur (Class V)
8. Gymnastics – Bhavik Dhaka (Class V)
9. Karate – Priyanshu Rawat (Class V)
10. Cricket – Abdulla Khan (Class V)
11. Art & Craft – Simran Khan (Class V)
In the Senior school, Atharva House received the privilege of being the ‘Best House’ and Devanshi Kapoor was announced the ‘Best Student of the Year’. Shambhavi Kumari put on the mantle of ‘Best Sports Girl’ alongside Dhananjay Singh Shekhawat, the ‘Best Sports Boy’. Vishal Chauhan and Udaybhan Singh received awards for ‘Responsible Humane Action’ to help needy victims. Jaswant Singh Bhati received recognition for his determination and perseverance to achieve goals.

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Sanskar students and faculty members participate in Marathon 2016

December 19, 2016

Sanskar students and faculty members participated in the Pink city Marathon 2016 held in Jaipur on 18th December 2016. The participants started the 5 kms run from Albert Hall uptil the World Trade Park. The marathon runners were cheered all along the way by the bystanders.

Pre Primary Sports Day celebrated at Sanskar School

December 16, 2016

The Pre Primary wing of Sanskar School celebrated Sports Day on 16th Dec. 2016. The aim of organizing the activity was to develop psycho-motor skills, physical alertness, sportsmanship and team work among the children.

Children participated in races like Build your Tower, Pot the Flower, Zig-zag race, Hurdle race, Paper Walk race, Balloon race, etc. They participated with enthusiasm and also cheered for their friends to encourage them.

The winners were awarded medals and certificates by the Director, Mrs. Rhea Tharyamal and The Principal, Mrs. Rama Datt.

The Principal in her address appreciated the efforts put in by the children and emphasized upon the importance of hard work and regular practice in students’ daily lives.

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Inter House Yoga Competition held for classes VI-X

December 15, 2016

On 14th December 2016, an Inter House Yoga Competition was conducted in the Sanskar School Auditorium. The participants displayed their skills in performing various ‘Asanas’. Yajur house was declared the winner. Second position went to Atharva house while Sam and Rig houses secured the 3rd and 4th position, respectively. The Vice Principal, Mrs. Neelam Bhardwaj, addressed the students and praised their commendable performance. The following students were part of the wining team from Yajur House:
(1) Harshita Singh VIB
(2) Sneha Choudhary VIB
(3) Rohan Singh VIA
(4) Nikhil Pratap VIIID
(5) Prakhar Ganeriwal VIIIE
(6) Megh Kedia VIB
(7) Dikshant Sharma IX B
(8) Dhruv Sharma VIIE
(9) Atharva Sharma IXB
(10) Prithvi Mahroli VIIID
(11) Neha VIIID
(12) Aayushmaan Rajawat VIIIA
(13) Jaideep Singh VIIC
(14) Yashasawi Goswami VIIA

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Mother Teresa Film Festival celebrated at Sanskar School

December 7, 2016

On 7th Dec. 2016, Sanskar School had the opportunity to be a part of the ongoing Mother Teresa Film Festival celebrated by Signis India. The dignitaries present at the event were the Director, Ms. Rhea Tharyamal, the Principal, Mrs. Rama Datt, Fr. Nobert Herman, Fr. Prasad, Sisters of Missionaries of Charity, Mr. Michael and Mr. Lalit.

The event began with lighting lamp and the melodious school choir singing a prayer song. These were followed by a speech by Fr. Nobert, Director of the festival, who inspired the gathering by his golden words and reinforced the need to do the smallest of things with greatest love. Thereafter, the Principal motivated the students to take lessons from life through the film based on the life of Mother Teresa depicting real happiness which lies in giving happiness to others.

The highlight of the day was the film ‘The Legacy’ which was run for the students of classes X and XI showing Mother Teresa’s life of love and service to mankind.

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Sanskar students celebrate International Disability Day

December 3, 2016

Sanskar students participated in International Disability Day celebrations on 2nd and 3rd December 2016. The students attended an Art Workshop at Disha on December 2nd where they painted in pairs with special children. They participated together in duos to enhance and uplift the spirit of inclusion. Sanskar students also attended the grand finale of the 12 day long celebration on December 3rd wherein they presented a Western Dance performance.

Furthermore, Sanskar students took part in a Poster Making Competition with the Theme ‘Disability – equality, rights, contribution, peer support, social contribution’ at Umang. The students once again worked in pairs to explore positive aspects of special abilities, so that they can celebrate inclusiveness in class, school and society at large.

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Workshop on Pro-Social Peer Moderator Program: Exam and Study Skills

December 2, 2016

Vagisha Tiwari and Kshitij Jain from class IX and Shivam Goyal and Vaishnavi Chaturvedi from class XI participated in a workshop on Study Skills on 29th November 2016. Ms. Yashwardhini Chauhan, as School Counsellor, escorted the students. The workshop was conducted by Ms. Divya Jain, Head Psychological Services, Fortis Escorts Hospital.

The event was conducted in a captivating and enjoyable manner by incorporating numerous activities. Essential aspects such as Goal Setting, prioritizing, procrastinating, fear of failure, exercises to improve concentration, memory games, learning styles, importance of self-testing, dos and don’ts during and after examinations and maintaining a healthy life style through sleep cycle, healthy food and physical activity were taken up and dealt with in detail in the event. The students actively took part in the activities. As Pro-Social Peer Moderators, they were asked to conduct similar programs in their respective schools. Mr. Vasudev Devnani, Education Minster, Rajasthan gave a final short talk to the students for developing valuable life skills.

Sanskar students bring laurels

November 28, 2016

Sanskar School participated in the 3 days IIMUN conference from 25th November to 27th November at The Palace School, Jaipur. The school had sent 29 delegates for different committees like the UNSC, ECOSOC, JPS, BCCI, IBE and IP. The students enthusiastically participated and vibrantly communicated their ideas. They were given hypothetical situations to which they responded effectively. Some students namely Marsha Rashid (BCCI), Gourang Sharma (BCCI) and Aman Sharma (IBE) were applauded and given Verbal Mentions. Kshitij Jain (JPS) was bestowed the title of Outstanding Delegate and awarded a certificate and medal.

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Inter-House Speech and Debate Competition held at Sanskar School

November 26, 2016

An Inter-House Speech Competition was held at Sanskar School on 26th November 2016 for classes VI and VII on the occasion of Constitution Day. The students spoke for about a minute on the topic ‘Constitution – The backbone of a democratic nation’. In class VI, Yajur House secured the First position followed by Atharva and Rig House respectively. For class VII, it was Rig House that stole the show with Sam and Atharva House in the Second and Third position. Aarushi Mathur from class VI and Ayushya Joshi and Yushvita Sharma from class VII were adjudged the Best Speakers for their respective classes.

An Inter-House Debate Competition was also held for the students of classes IX and X on 28th November 2016. The students spoke for two minutes on the topic ‘Altering the basic structure of the constitution should be allowed’ (For Class IX) and ‘Are all the decisions of the government constitutional?’ (For Class X). In Class IX, Sam House stood First followed by Rig and Atharva House together on the Second spot. Vagisha Tiwari was adjudged the Best Speaker in Class IX.

In Class X, Rig House secured the First place followed by Yajur and Atharva House in the Second and Third position, respectively. Siddharth Biswas was declared the Best Speaker in Class X.

For students of Class VIII, an Inter-House Essay writing competition was held on 26th November, 2016. The children wrote essays on the topic ‘Indian Constitution-a safeguard to live with dignity’ in about 200 words.

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Allen Workshop for students

November 25, 2016

A Meditation workshop was held for the students of classes VIII to XI at Sanskar School on 25th November 2016 by faculty members from Allen Institute, Jaipur. The workshop focussed on different exercises for students to activate their nerve cells and vital glands to enhance their concentration level. The students went through step by step meditation techniques including conscious breathing exercises to stimulate their brain cells. The exercises were performed in an isolated manner to control the brain process and to ensure balance between mind and body. They were motivated to follow a regular practice regimen to help increase their attention span which in turn would help in improving their subsequent performance levels.

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94.3 FM Holds ‘94.3 FM Ke Rangrez’ programme at Sanskar School

November 25, 2016

94.3 FM organised a live event ‘94.3 FM Ke Rangrez’ at Sanskar School on 25th November 2016 for the students of classes VI to X. The students actively participated in the On The Spot Poster Making event. Colourful and creative posters were made by the children on the theme ‘Go Green, Save Earth’. The students conveyed their messages in the form of slogans highlighting the idea of a Green Earth.

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Sanskar School- Microsoft Showcase School

November 24, 2016

Sanskar School, is the first Microsoft Showcase School in Rajasthan. The announcement was made at an event ‘Transforming Learning with Microsoft Technology’ for School Heads and Principals of about 20 renowned schools of Jaipur on 24th November 2016 at Sanskar School Auditorium. The event commenced with a Welcome Address by the Principal, Ms. Rama Datt. The keynote for the event was delivered by Mr. Pratik Chanda, Director, Education Devices Asia, World Wide Open Field Sales who highlighted Microsoft School program’s vision, thought leadership and a deep understanding of how schools can lever digital to transform teaching and learning. The innovative work being done by schools using Microsoft technology in various parts of the world was shared and showcased during the session by Ms. Meenakshi Uberoi, Education Evangelist & Founding Director, De Pedagogics. The objective of the event was to celebrate the use of technology in imparting transformational education and also to understand and experience the future trends in technology that drive innovation.

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Inter-school training Workshop on ‘Mental Health and Adolescent Issues’ held at Sanskar School

November 23, 2016

An Inter-school training workshop on ‘Mental Health and Adolescent Issues’ was held for students and teachers of class VII at Sanskar School on 23rd November 2016. The workshop was attended by teachers and students of 21 schools of Jaipur. The Resource Person for the session, Mr Faiz from Quality Education Asia, spoke about Mental Health and the ways to achieve it, Adolescence, the 4 types of changes that occur in adolescents and measures to undertake in order to deal with them. He also urged them to follow a 21 day exercise to develop positive thinking. Various activities were also conducted to enable the children to relate to issues relevant in the daily lives of adolescents.

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Signature Campaign by Disha Foundation held at Sanskar School

November 22, 2016

As a part of celebrating the International Day for Persons with Disabilities on 3rd December 2016, Disha Foundation held a Signature Campaign for the cause of Disability at large on 22nd November 2016 at Sanskar School. The Director, Ms. Rhea Thahryamal, the Principal, Ms. Rama Datt, Vice Principals, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms. Girdhar Kumari, a large number of teachers and students signed up on banners to show their commitment towards the care of people with disabilities.

Visit to “Traffic Park”

November 19, 2016

Sanskar school students of grade 1 went to ‘Traffic Park’ to explore into the Central Idea – “Communities make efforts to create transportation systems to meet their needs”, under the theme ‘HOW WE ORGANISE OURSELVES’. Students explored the mini traffic park with all the necessary traffic signs and rules that we must follow while we are moving on the road. Students observed and followed all the signs and learnt about dangers of not following them. It was an enjoyable day with learning, fun and frolic.

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Mother- Daughter “Health and Hygiene” Workshop for Girls

November 18, 2016

Mother-Daughter “Health and Hygiene” workshop was conducted for the girl students of classes V to VII on 18th November 2016. Members of Procter & Gamble Team undertook the fun, interactive session on adolescent health and hygiene organized for mothers and daughters. The one-hour session aimed at helping mothers and daughters understand the physical and emotional changes of growing up.

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Inter House Maths Quiz conducted at Sanskar School

November 16, 2016

The Final Round of Inter House Maths Quiz was held on 16th November 2016 at Sanskar School. The quiz was conducted in three groups – Classes I to III, IV and V and IX to XI. The quiz comprised five to seven rounds including a Rapid Fire round which tested the intelligence and presence of mind of the participants as well as audience.
For classes I to III, Sam House was declared the Winner followed by Rig House. In classes IV and V, Atharva House scored the maximum marks and secured First position followed by Yajur House. In the third group, comprising classes IX to XI, Yajur House attained the First position followed by Atharva House.

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Children’s Day Celebration

November 15, 2016

Pre-Primary kids at Sanskar School had a day full of fun & frolic on 15th November 2016 which was celebrated as Children’s Day. The classrooms were decorated to give a special feel of the occasion. Children came to school dressed up in colourful clothes. Games like Paper Dance, Musical Chair and Statue Dance were organized for them. They also enjoyed dancing with their friends. To add more to the day, they brought special tiffins to share with their friends.
They learnt about Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru and his love for kids.
Children learnt the importance of friendship and values like loving each other and caring & sharing among friends.

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Hindi Language Workshop for teachers

November 12, 2016

A Hindi Language Workshop was held for the Hindi language faculty by Madhubun Educational Books, a leading publisher of school books, on 12th November 2016. This workshop was attended by 80 teachers from various city schools. The workshop covered various aspects of Hindi language teaching (speaking and listening skills in real life situations, writing for communicative purposes, and reading texts) and shared the latest developments in research in language education. The focus was to help language teachers enhance their teaching strategies and techniques (cooperative learning, interactive learning, project-based learning, integrating ICT into the classroom) to work across a range of language and skill levels in the classroom. The Resource Person for the workshop was Dr.P.K.Jain who has written more than 65 books in Hindi and Sanskrit and has conducted more than 750 workshops for hindi language teachers.

Treasure Hunt Activity

November 11, 2016

Treasure hunt activity was organized for the Pre Primary kids at Sanskar School on 11th Nov. 2016.
The students participated with enthusiasm and followed the given clues to reach the hidden treasure. They started the hunt from their classrooms, searched for arrows leading them to the spots where clues were hidden. They comprehended the picture clues leading to the next spot until they reached the final spot to dig out the treasure.
The aim of this activity was to develop team work, cooperation, curiosity, applying research and problem solving skills, and comprehension of clues.

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National Education Day Celebrated At Sanskar School

November 11, 2016

On 11th November 2016, in the honour and the celebration of National Education Day, Sanskar School organized three activities namely, Essay writing, Slogan writing and a Workshop based on ‘Education’.

The Essay writing activity (360 words) was organized for classes I to VII. The students presented the common theme that progress of India is only possible through education. The essay was judged on the basis of Creativity, Adherence to the topic and Grammar by our teachers.

Also, a Slogan writing competition was held for class VIII on the topic ‘Education’. The students presented their thoughts and ideas through short write ups along with drawings. The slogans were judged on the basis of creativity, originality and expression.

Finally, a Workshop on Education was held on the same day for the students of class IX and X. The speakers vociferously presented important leaders and their work for the cause of education in India and across the world.

The event concluded with inspiring words by the Vice Principal, Ms. Neelam Bhardwaj, which went hand in hand with the thoughts of Shri Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, who believed that “Education imparted by the heart can bring revolution in the society.”

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Vigilance Awareness Week observed in Sanskar School

November 8, 2016

Sanskar School students of classes IX and X observed Vigilance Awareness week by attending a talk on corruption free society by Squadron Leader Anurag Sharma. The students were motivated to follow the right path and prevent corruption at every level in society. They were inspired to do atleast one noble deed daily as well as promote transparency and accountability through their actions.

Sanskar School students participate in Inter School Poster Making Competition

November 5, 2016

Anushka Choudhary and Rupal Choudhary, students of class XI and IX respectively from Sanskar School, participated in an Inter School Poster Making Competition. The competition was organized by the Indian Postal Department on 4th November 2016 at the Community Hall, Jaipur GPO. Students from approximately 9-10 schools of Jaipur made posters based on the topic “Good Governance Practices”. The honourable Jury comprised members of Kala Neri Institute, Jaipur.

Sanskar students shine at Sahodaya Fest 2016

October 21, 2016

Sanskar students participated and won awards in various events at the Sahodaya Fest 2016. The winners for the events that marked Sahodaya Fest, from 17th – 21st October, were as follows:-
1. Apex International School (18th October 2016)
a. Madhubani Painting Competition – Consolation Prize
a. Rashu Gujjar (X)
b. Nyra Vijayvargiya (IX)
c. Kunika (XI)
b. Digital Advertisement Creation using HTML – Consolation Prize
Team 1: Esha Sharma (IX)
Manan Nahata (IX)
Team 2: Shamatmika Rathore (IX)
Ayush Ranwa (IX)
c. Ramanujan Maths Quiz – Second Prize
a. Ayushya Joshi (VII)
b. Divyangana Rajawat (VIII)
c. Hardik Jonwal (VIII) – ‘Ramanujan of the day’
2. Edify World School (19th October 2016)
Heritage Quiz – Third Prize
a. Kshitij Jain
b. Ayushya
c. Hardik Jonwal
d. Tanishq Ghiya
Sanskar Students also participated in the following events at different Sahodaya schools all over Jaipur:
1. Yoga Workshop
2. Face to Face Activity
3. Motivational Workshop
4. Dance Demonstration of Odissi
5. Career Counselling
6. Story Telling using hand puppets
7. Best out of waste
8. Radio-Jockey
9. Anchoring: My passion (Workshop)
10. Theatre workshop
11. Western Dance Workshop

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Story Telling Session held at Sanskar School

October 17, 2016

A Story Telling Session was held at Sanskar School on 14th October, 2016 by Ms. Shikha Sood of the Scholastic Group. The session was attended by students of classes I, II and III. A story ‘The Selfish Cat’ was narrated in an innovative manner with adequate usage of expression, narrative skills, voice modulation, gestures, etc. to keep the students engrossed in listening. The session provided an opportunity to instill the art of story telling and communication in students.

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Exhibition – How we express ourselves

October 13, 2016

Sanskar school students of class III exhibited their learning based on Trans-disciplinary theme ‘How we express ourselves’. The programme started with the lighting of the lamp and Saraswati Vandana. After that Indian and International art forms were wonderfully presented by the children through drama, dance, song and paintings. Drama was presented conveying the message to face the problem with presence of mind .Folk dance of Punjab made the environment lively and entertaining. To bring awareness in society about harmful effects of smoking and chewing tobacco ‘Nukkad Natak’ was presented. Western dances like Salsa, Hiphop and Free style were performed by the children with great enthusiasm on the stage. Indian style of painting like Gond painting, Kalamkari, Bengal art and International painting like Scary Night and Self Potrait were demonstrated by the children. Principal Mrs Rama Datt motivated the children with her kind words.

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Poster Making Competition held at Sanskar School

October 8, 2016

A Poster Making Competition was held at Sanskar School by Lions Club International, Jaipur on 6th October 2016. Approximately 600 students of classes VI to VIII participated in the competition that was based on the theme ‘World Peace’. The students let lose their creative spirit and presented myriad of colours on paper to depict the scenario of World Peace as interpreted by them.

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Ramleela presentation by Pre- Primary students at Sanskar School

October 6, 2016

The Pre-Primary wing at Sanskar School depicted the rich mythological culture of our country through Ramleela presentation on 6th October 2016. The students were enthusiastic and confident while enacting scenes like Ram Janma, Seeta Swayamwar, Seeta Haran and Ravan Vadh.,/p>

The school choir added melody to the show by singing ‘Chaupayee’ from the Ramcharitmanas.

The Principal Mrs. Rama Datt in her address focussed and emphasised upon encouraging the efforts of the children and appreciate their talent. The show was well attended by parents and grandparents.

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Workshop on ‘Learning through Case Study Method’ held by officials from Indian School of Business and Finance

October 5, 2016

Sanskar School students of classes XI and XII attended a workshop on ‘Learning through Case study Method’ by officials from Indian School of Business and Finance (ISBF), New Delhi on 5th October 2016. Dr G.L.Tayal, Dean Academics at ISBF, and Ms Garima Sharma, Associate Manager, Admissions & Outreach for the University of London International programmes in India, helped the children learn basic concepts of Economics and Finance through a Case Study discussion. The students were involved as active participants in the learning process and the approach enabled them to relate theoretical concepts to the real world scenario.

Training session for teachers held by Hobsons at Sanskar School

October 4, 2016

Hobsons, a U.S. based K-12 academic support organization, held a training session for teachers at Sanskar School on 4th and 5th October 2016. Their product Naviance, a widely adopted college and career-readiness platform, offers a variety of solutions that enable students and families to collaborate more effectively with counselors and teachers and allow school administrators to optimize student potential and learning outcomes. Day one of the training dealt with aspects like Implementation and Family Connection while day two was assigned to online training on the administrative portal.

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‘Traffic Awareness and Road Safety Day’ program conducted at Sanskar School

October 3, 2016

Traffic Awareness and Road Safety Day was conducted at Sanskar School on 3rd Oct, 2016 by the members of Lions Clubs International with the support of Jaipur Traffic Police. The Principal, Ms Rama Datt, urged the children to make the most of the opportunity to imbibe correct safety measures through this program. TSI education department from Yaadgaar Control Room, Sub Inspector Chuttan Lal Sharma made the X, XI and XII class students aware about the traffic and road safety through an enlighting talk as well as an audio visual presentation. This was followed by a question and answer session wherein students were asked questions related to traffic and road safety and rewarded for the correct responses.

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Interactive session with admission officers from the U.S.

September 30, 2016

Sanskar School IB students had an Interactive session with admission officers from St Lawrence University and Kalamazoo College (United States) on 30th Sep 2016. The students were made aware of all the criteria & prerequisites for enrolling in foreign universities and colleges in the U.S.

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Class II Exhibition based on ‘Sharing the planet’ held at Sanskar School

September 29, 2016

Students of class II of Sanskar School gave a presentation titled ‘Change for the planet, care for the people’ on 27th September 2016. The students showed their learning under the transdisciplinary theme – Sharing the planet. The inquiry focussed on the resources and their conservation. The students presented Nukkad Natak, short drama, songs and dance to promote sustainable development of the Earth’s resources. The students interacted and put forth questions to the parents about ways to save finite and infinite resources at home. The students also reflected their knowledge about nature and the types of resources through a beautiful poem ‘Nature smiles at me’. Parents, as the audience, cheered and applauded the young performers.

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JSSC Faculty Development Workshop held at Sanskar School

September 22, 2016

Sanskar School organised a Biology Workshop under the JSSC Faculty Development Programme (Subject Specific Workshops) on 20th and 21st Sept 2016. PGT Biology subject teachers from approximately twenty schools of Jaipur participated actively in this workshop. Sanskar School Principal, Ms Rama Datt, welcomed the participants and urged them to make an effective use of the workshop. The programme dealt with the critical issue of preparing Question Banks through carefully planning and framing questions based on typology.

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Workshop on Poetry Slam held at Sanskar School

September 2, 2016

A workshop on Poetry Slam, for Sanskar School students of classes IX to XII, was held on 2nd Sept 2016. The workshop was conducted by Mr Ikenna Onyegbula, 2014 World Poetry Slam Champion and 4 Time Canadian National Poetry Slam Champion, and Mr Kyle Louw, an internationally recognized spoken word poet. The students were given an insight on the different aspects of poetry, tips on how to discover the hidden poet inside each student and ways to mould oneself to connect to the audience as that is the most important role of a poet in a Poetry Slam Competition. Mr Ikenna and Mr Kyle brought the poet inside the students to the forefront by enabling them to recite their poems in front of the student audience and by taking their feedback at the same time. The workshop concluded on a high note with power packed, moving performances by the Poetry Slam champions that were enthusiastically applauded by the students.

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Chemistry seminar conducted at Sanskar School

September 1, 2016

A wisdom enhancement session “Seedhi Baat” was organised at Sanskar school auditorium for XI and XII science. Mr. R.P. Manchanda, an author and expert in chemistry & winner of Dronacharya award & Rajeev Gandhi award interacted with the students. He gave some tips related to time management, cracking the examination and preparing for the boards. The session lasted for two hours and the queries were promptly answered by the author.

Alliance with peace

August 30, 2016

Students of class IV of Sanskar School gave a presentation titled ‘Alliance with Peace’ on August 30th 2016, which was attended by the parents of the students. The students showed their learning under the transdisciplinary theme- sharing the planet. The inquiry was focused on conflicts and strategies adopted for the resolutions. The students enacted the effects of conflicts in our daily life and also discussed some strategies to resolve conflict. They presented their research and inquiry in the form of PPT, Poetry, enactments and their experiences. The students also dramatized selected human rights which was followed by the information on the change makers. The dance and song presentation conveyed the message of peace and harmony, through this children connected to the message of ‘Alliance with Peace’ which motivated parents as well.

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An Interactive Session with Aakash Institute Faculty Members

August 29, 2016

Sanskar School students of classes VII to X had an interactive session with faculty members from Aakash, a premier coaching institute in Jaipur. The students were provided information pertaining to career exploration in Science, Humanities, Commerce, Medicine & Paramedical Science, Engineering, Defence, Management, and many more such avenues. They were also provided details regarding the ANTHE (Aakash National Talent Hunt Exam) 2016 as well as the scholarship criteria and cash awards for the aspirants.

An interactive session held by O.P.Jindal Global University faculty members

August 26, 2016

Faculty members from the O.P.Jindal Global University held an interactive session on Higher Education with Sanskar School grade 11 and 12 students and teachers on 26th August 2016. The talk aimed at introducing the senior students to a global career in law, management and liberal arts & humanities after class XII and also to introduce them to the O.P.Jindal Global University and its undergraduate programme. The students were apprised of the various programmes offered by the O.P.Jindal Global University and its concerned Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), Jindal Global Business School (JGBS) and Jindal School of Liberal Arts & Humanities (JSLH).

‘Sweet India’ Spanish dance group performs at Sanskar School

August 17, 2016

Sweet India dance group from Barcelona, Spain performed Bollywood, Flamico and Oriental dance at Sanskar School as a part of their endeavour to cover various schools all across Rajasthan over a fourteen days tour to India as an exchange cultural event.

The group members represent India in Spain by celebrating various Indian festivals in their country. Its group leader Sylvia has visited India more than ten times to showcase Indian and Spanish dance forms. The group has performed in Italy, Spain, France and many other countries across the globe.

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Culture in the Classroom

August 12, 2016

Class III students of Sanskar School showcased their learning about the diverse culture of India under the theme- “Where we are in place and time”. They dressed up in the attire of different Indian states and shared information about the states with great enthusiasm. The students enjoyed the activity as well as gained confidence in expressing themselves. They have gained knowledge about the climate food languages, dresses, famous dances, festivals and cities of the different states of our country. It was a great learning experience for each and every student.

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Pre Primary Fancy Dress Show

August 12, 2016

The tiny-tots of Sanskar School’s Pre Primary walked on the stage dressed up as characters of their choice from the given themes – Fantasy world of Fairy tales, Nursery Rhymes and Cartoons, Freedom Fighters, What I want to be.

The show aimed at bringing out each child’s creative talent, boost their confidence, inculcate moral values and enhance their communication and social skills.

The parents as audience encouraged the children and appreciated their efforts with applauds.

The Principal Mrs. Rama Datt welcomed the gathering and appreciated the efforts of the parents and teachers in nurturing the children and preparing them to accomplish their future dreams.

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MASOOM: Keeping Children Safe, a Young Indians Project presented at Sanskar School

August 9, 2016

An initiative by Masoom and YI (Young Indians) was carried out at Sanskar School, Sirsi Road on 9th August 2016 to present a project on ‘Keeping Children Safe’. Students from classes I-V were told about the difference between good and bad touch. They were explained about the need to say no and to share any such incident with a trusted adult. Most importantly, they were informed about Childline number 1098, a national 24-hour free, phone emergency outreach service for children in need of care and protection. The Principal, Mrs Rama Datt as well as the Vice Principal, Mrs Neelam Bhardwaj further spoke to the children to ensure their safety and protection at all times by following the directions given in the presentation.

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Sanskar School, Mahila Patanjali Yog Samiti and Vaishali Patrika celebrate Jadi Booti Diwas

August 4, 2016

Sanskar School, Sirsi Road, Mahila Patanjali Yog Samiti and Vaishali Patrika celebrated Jadi Booti Diwas on the occasion of the birthday of Shri Balkrishna ji Maharaj on 4th August 2016. For this, a plantation drive was initiated at Sanskar School wherein a special song ‘Van Mat Kaato Re Bhaiya’ was sung to invoke the growing need for greenery and conservation of plant life. Patanjali Biscuits were distributed on this occasion amongst all present in the programme. Mahila Patanjali Yog Samiti District Incharge, Dr Manjula Bhati stressed on the need for Yoga and planting trees by talking about the uses of various plants and motivated everyone to grow medicinal plants. Sanskar School Principal, Mrs. Rama Datt thanked everyone present at the event and emphasized the fact that planting one tree is equivalent to saving one life.

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FILMIT India Workshop attended by Sanskar School students and teachers

August 4, 2016

Sanskar School students of class VIII and teachers (IT and Content) attended the FilmIt India Workshop by Intach and The Helen Hamlyn Trust on 4th August 2016 at Maharani Gayatri Devi School. The workshop was a part of Phase 6 of the FilmIt Project. The content and themes of the year as well as technical expertise on film making were shared by content expert and film directors from Tuning Fork Films. Different types of shots and angles and the steps to make a film on Movie Maker were explained in the workshop. The participating schools were presented a DVD of the award winning films.

U.S. University group’s visit to Sanskar School

August 2, 2016

Sanskar School students of classes XI and XII had an interactive session with admission officers from top U.S. universities to explore various options of studying in the U.S. The officers from various universities like Hillsborough Community College, New York Film Academy, Ohio University, Savannah College of Art and Design, SUNY Plattsburg, University of Buffalo, The State University of New York, University of California, Irvine, University of Oklahoma and Washington & Jefferson College were part of the visiting team. The students were provided information regarding university life, application procedure for scholarships, self funding in college, essays for the college application and the general criteria for admission in universities in the U.S. They were also informed about the difference between community, private and public college and the prerequisite for getting admission in each.

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Workshop on Child Abuse

July 29, 2016

Teachers from Sanskar School attended a workshop organized at Kendriya Vidyalaya, Bajaj Nagar, Jaipur on 29th July 2016 to highlight the problem of increasing number of sexual offences against children. Mrs Komal Pandya, Mrs Sheetal Vincent and Mr Prashant Juneja represented Sanskar School at the workshop.

The workshop was undertaken to sensitize the society about the need to protect children against sexual assaults and harassment in any form. The need for stricter laws for those who do and support such crimes was also highlighted.

Jaipur Police Commissioner, Mr Sanjay Agarwal, Collector, Mr Siddharth Mahajan, ACP, Child Protection Consultant (UNICEF), Mr Dharamveer Yadav, ADM and SDM were some of the dignitaries who shared their views on protection of victims of child abuse in support with the laws. They also spoke about ways to reduce and eradicate such acts in society. The role of educational institutions and NGOs was also emphasized in this context.

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Eye Checkup Camp Organised in Sanskar School

July 22, 2016

An eye checkup camp was organized in Sanskar School from 19th- 21st July’ 16. In this camp doctors from Anand Eye Hospital and Eye Center, C-Scheme, Jaipur, tested the eye sight of all the children from Vatika to Class XII as well as staff members. Children put forth queries regarding their eye problems and got expert medical advice from the doctors.

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Training programme on “Early Childhood Care Education” held in Sanskar School

July 9, 2016

An Inter-School training programme was conducted in Sanskar School on 9th July 2016 by Quality Education Asia Resource Person, Ms Kalpana Kapoor. The participants, i.e, around one hundred Pre-Primary teachers from various schools in Jaipur, were given a welcome address by the Principal, Ms Rama Datt. The interactive session was supplemented by activities, group work and discussion. The training was aimed at supporting the teaching staff to develop a better understanding of why ECCE is followed in early childhood, understanding the domains of learning, identifying the skills required, mapping objectives with strategies, designing strategies, constructing lesson plans inclusive of domains, developing a conducive environment and developing collaborative skills.

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Sanskar School resounds with the sounds of children once again

July 4, 2016

Sanskar school corridors could be seen brimming with the sounds of cheerful voices and pattering feet on day one of school reopening after summer vacations on 4th July 2016. Children excitedly shared their experiences regarding the various places they visited and the memorable time they spent with their friends and relatives. The Principal, Mrs. Rama Datt, and teachers welcomed the students once again in their fold.

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International Yoga Day Celebrated at Sanskar School

June 21, 2016

Sanskar School celebrated the second International Yoga Day on 21st June 2016 with enthusiastic and active participation of parents, students and teachers. The participants collectively performed Yoga Asanas under the guidance of trained faculty member, Mrs. Manjula Bhati.
They were also informed about the various Yoga Asanas that should be practised regularly to avoid heart, respiratory and other such prevalent diseases. The participants were also treated to a round of laughter therapy by The Principal, Mrs. Rama Datt, to conclude the event on a cheerful and healthy note.

Robotics Session at Sanskar School

June 3, 2016

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A presentation by KARGIL DEFENCE ACADEMY

May 13, 2016

Col. J. S. Chauhan of Kargil Defence Academy conducted a seminar for the students of classes X & XI on 13 May’16 at Sanskar School. Col. Chauhan highlighted the importance of joining the Defence Services. He briefed the students regarding the selection procedure. The students were shown a presentation depicting the life of a cadet. A lot of queries from the students made the session interactive.

Magic Show at Sanskar School

May 12, 2016

The Junior subscribers of DNA Newspaper of Sanskar School were mesmerized by the mysterious tricks of a Magic Show organized in the school auditorium on 12 May, 2016. The magician, Mr. Rajesh amused the students of classes III to V. The children wondered at the tricks and showed an enthusiasm to learn some of them. The session was full of laughter, surprise and excitement.

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Club Activities at Sanskar

May 11, 2016

It was again a time of showcasing the talent by the students of IX-X of Sanskar School when they were asked to participate in the Club Activities on 11 May 2016. The students were divided in nine clubs namely, Aesthetic, Health, Mathematics, Language, Integrity, Environment, Road Safety, Heritage and Science.
The activities comprised of “Making poster on Tobacco; A leading risk factor for non-communicable diseases”, “Writing a report on Media and Tobacco; how they get the message across!”, “Making Placards adhering to traffic rules”, “Pasting pictures of different monuments and showing the geometrical shapes involved”, “Writing essay on Tobacco Kills in any form or disguise” and so on.
The students applied their knowledge, observation and creativity for an effective presentation.

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Sanskar School declared recipient of the British Council International School Award 2015 – 16

May 7, 2016

Sanskar School has been declared the recipient of the British Council International School Award for the period 2016-2019. This award is given as recognition for outstanding development of international learning in the curriculum and promoting students to become global citizens.

iSMART Practicing Leadership and Self Management Programme

May 7, 2016

A parenting workshop was conducted for the parents of students of classes VI to VIII on 7th May 2016. The ‘Practicing Leadership and Self Management’ programme was conceptualized by Quality Education Asia to enable the parents to face various challenges in their daily lives. The Leadership programme took the parents through an introspective and transformational journey in an interesting manner as each concept was presented and reinforced with the help of videos, anecdotes, role-plays and powerful self assessment inventories. The workshop made the parents aware about the orientation of iSMART Personality Development and Value Education learning for students.

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Career Counselling session by Career Launcher

May 6, 2016

Sanskar students of classes XI and XII were given a Career Counselling session by Mr Siddharth Vibha. This was done after conducting an Aptitude test of the students to enable them to decide upon their choice of career. They were apprised of the programs offered by the institute in the field of Management and Law. As the demand for professionals in law and management is increasing exponentially, the students were encouraged to pursue the two as possible career options. Selection of the right career path being one of the most daunting decisions that most students face in their lives, they were provided the opportunity to attend this session for ease in making the right choice of career path to follow.

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An interactive session with Wildlife Enthusiast and Nature Photographer Mr. Sahdev

May 6, 2016

Nature enthusiast and keen photographer, Mr Sahdev, took an interactive session with the students of class V on 6th May 2016 at Sanskar School. He introduced the students to the world of flora and fauna of Uttarakhand as well as the picturesque Western Ghats. In addition, he initiated the students to the wide variety of birds and butterflies thriving there through a detailed video presentation. The students took active participation in the highly informative session on forest fires and wildlife of the region.

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Book Fair inaugurated at Sanskar School

May 5, 2016

The annual Scholastic Book Fair was inaugurated by the Principal, Mrs Rama Datt at Sanskar School on 5th May 2016. The three day book fair from 5th to 7th May 2016 is aimed at inculcating the habit of reading amongst school children. The books offer a wide variety of reading material ranging from Fiction and Non Fiction books, Activity books, books for Early Learning, Reference and Education books to books related to different Hobbies segregated according to different age groups. The Principal spoke to the children and motivated them to develop a reading habit from an early age to gain confidence and a cutting edge in life.

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Mr. Parnab Mukherjee’s interaction with Sanskar students as a choice of author under “Bookaroo” Literature Festival

April 29, 2016

Sanskar students of classes VI to XII interacted with Mr. Parnab Mukherjee, a spoken word performer, independent media analyst, curator and a performance consultant on 29th April 2016. Mr. Parnab Mukherjee is one of the leading alternative theatre directors of the country who has directed more than 50 productions of performance texts including 3 international collaborations. In addition to that, he has worked extensively on a range of human rights issues. As a choice of author under the two-day literature festival “Bookaroo” at Jawahar Kala Kendra, Mr. Parnab Mukherjee held an interactive session with Sanskar students to commemorate 400 years of William Shakespeare’s passing away. The event was titled “Museum of a million Hamlets”. It was a solo of many voices and was a quilt stitched together from a performer’s point of view to decode Hamlet from a South Asian pair of eyes.

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Informative talk on SAT and Global Education Opportunities by Ms. Abha Chibber

April 29, 2016

Sanskar School students of classes X-XII were given an informative talk on SAT and Global Education Opportunities on 29th April 2016 by renowned SAT Instructor Ms. Abha Chibber from New Delhi. Ms Abha Chibber is a member of the College Board and a highly skilled teacher of Critical Reading, a major component of the SAT examination. She is a regular attendee of workshops at Philadelphia and Richmond and runs Perfect Communication institute with branches at Delhi and Gurgaon. The students were told strategies to recognize their area of expertise, marshal their potential and harness talent effectively to suit the current day and age. They were provided information on the various avenues available to them for exploration and growth. They were also informed about the correct and simplified procedure to be followed to be successful in the various arenas open to them. The students actively participated in the talk by putting forward their queries for seeking clarification.

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‘Matee Utsav’ celebration at Bal Bhawan School

April 23, 2016

Sanskar School students of classes VIII to X participated actively in ‘Matee Utsav’ celebration at Bal Bhawan School on 23rd April 2016. This was to commemorate ‘World Earth Day’ on 22nd April 2016. The event was based on the art of Clay Moulding and Pottery wherein students from various schools took part in group activities and competitions along with a workshop on Pottery. The students were divided into groups to work upon different topics like ‘Ancient Utensils’, ‘A view of Sabarmati’, etc. The experience allowed the students to get a realistic feel of the method of using clay to prepare beautiful creations and also enabled them to gain insight into the field of Clay Moulding and Pottery.

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Inter House Poster Making Competition held for classes VI-X

April 22, 2016

An Inter House Poster Making Competition was held for students of classes VI-X on 23rd April 2016. The topics for the competition ranged from India Today, Games then and now, Cultures around the world, Climatic changes in the world to Technical advancement – A boon for humanity. Students of all the four houses worked with their respective groups to make vibrant posters depicting various scenarios highlighted by the themes. Their zeal could be seen reflected in the creative and vivid images brought to life on paper.

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Life Skills Activities Conducted for Classes IX and X

April 20, 2016

Sanskar School students of classes IX and X undertook Life Skills activities on April 20, 2016 with full gusto and enthusiasm. The students worked individually as well as in groups on various pertinent issues like Respect for Law and Order, Sensitivity to Environment, Fostering Respect for Differences, Team-Work, Discipline, Responsibility, Good Behavior in Human Interaction, Do your Best, etc. They performed skits, wrote articles, made posters, banners and placards, participated in group discussions and debates and conducted brain storming sessions on the concerned topics. These activities endeavour to make the students wholly committed to creativity, universal harmony, achievement and sustainable development through holistic education.

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Career Counselling by Globaledy

April 6, 2016

Sanskar School students of classes IX, X and XII were given a Career Counselling session by Globaledy, Global Career Consultants for admission to overseas universities. The students were provided information regarding the prerequisites for appearing for SAT examination, its relevance in India as well as abroad, the scoring pattern and the procedure to follow for applying for the SAT examination. The children clarified their doubts and put forth queries regarding preparation for SAT. The students gained an insight into admission into foreign universities to enable them to think about their future prospects and plan for the same.

Back to School Day at Sanskar School

April 4, 2016

Sanskar School reverberated with the excited sounds of children streaming into the corridors and classrooms yet again to start a brand new session on 4th April, 2016. It was a day for the young ones to be welcomed back into the folds of the school while looking forward to a wondrous new year ahead, forging new connections with the teachers and friends. The palpable excitement and vivid anticipation of the children could be seen clearly etched on their faces with an evident desire to start new explorations and discoveries.
It is a clean slate once again when the children can erase all the previous errors and write anew their success stories. The auspicious day therefore started with a special assembly to welcome all old and new Sanskarians to their eagerly awaited abode. The assembly commenced with an invocation to the gods. This was followed by the felicitation of some of the achievers from last year through the presentation of certificates and medals by the Principal, Ms Rama Datt. Following that, not a single child was left untouched by the inspiring words of the Principal who emphasized the need for confidence, practical knowledge and a well-rounded personality. The students were given a brief through of the Principal’s expectations from the children down the year. While every child is expected to try new ideas, make new discoveries and fulfill the aims, goals and hopes of their parents, their ultimate goal should be to be true to themselves, their work and values. Once that is done, success will automatically follow. Give respect, be kind and generous towards all, be honest and humble in your dealings with others and above all, leave no scope for others to say you didn’t try. After all nothing is impossible for a determined and persevering mind.
The entire Sanskar team – The Director, Ms Rhea Tharyamal, the Principal, Ms Rama Datt, Vice Principals, Ms Neelam Bhardwaj and Ms Girdhar Kumari, the teachers and staff of Sanskar School wished a stupendous and successful year ahead for the students. May they shine with their natural light – after all, that’s what stars do!

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State Rank in International English Olympiad

February 2, 2016

Yashovardhan Singh Rathore (Class X) of Sanskar School received the 1st State Rank in International English Olympiad and was awarded a cash prize of Rs. 5000, a gold medal and a gift voucher of Rs. 1000. He was felicitated with a Certificate of Merit for the same. His international rank of 172 brought great pride to the school.

Window to a variety of career openings

December 23, 2015

TOI organized career counselling session in Sanskar School for the students of classes X -XII. Triumphant Institute of Management Education Pvt Ltd showcased possible career openings after school via an influential presentation given by Mr Rahul Gupta and Kapil Dixit. The students were profited by this session as they were acquainted with a possible smart career in the near future.

Workshop on career in the Armed Forces

December 2, 2015

A workshop on career in the Armed forces was conducted at Sanskar School, Jaipur. A motivational speech was delivered by Capt Himanshu giving details of the criteria and procedure to get into the Armed Forces as an officer. Motto of the workshop was, ‘Serve the nation- Join the Army’. The Workshop emphasized on the 15 officer like qualities like Effective Intelligence, Reasoning Ability, Organizing Ability, Power of Expression, Social Adaptability, Cooperation, Sense of responsibility, Speed of Decision, Liveliness, Determination, Courage, Stamina and Self Confidence. Being in the Armed Forces is a Passion and not a job.  “One who leads is a leader, hence an officer”. The main aim of the workshop was to ignite the fire in young students to join the Armed Forces as an Officer.

Drivers Training Program – SAARTHI

August 13, 2015

Drivers Training Program named SAARTHI was conducted in Sanskar School, on the 13th of August, with around 55 drivers as participants.
This program was conducted by Muskaan Foundation for Road Safety in association with Traffic Police and Transport department. It was supported by AU Finance under their corporate social responsibility. Components of the training included current road safety scenario, attitudinal change and sensitivity on road safety, defensive and safe driving, road signage markings and detailed post-accident care with practical demonstration of CPCR on a dummy.
It was imparted in an interactive manner using methodology like games, audio visual PPT, videos, group discussion and meditation. A Free eye checkup was also organized for the drivers. The program concluded with gifts for participation by AU Finance.

Interschool Skating Championship 2015

July 29, 2015

An Interschool Skating Championship 2015 was organized By PGIS (Parasrampuria Gem International School) on 29th of July.  The students of Sanskar School brought pride by winning numerous medals in the 300m and 500m Rink Race. In the Under 16 group of 300m Rink Race, Samradhi, Sneha Datta and Palni Pandey won Silver medals, followed by Siya Judeja and Sayant Choudhary both bagging Bronze medals. In the 500m Rink Race, Krisha Judeja and Abhay Singh won Gold medals, followed by Dhruv, who won a Silver and Anirudh who received a Bronze medal.

Blood Donation Camp At Sanskar School

July 1, 2015

Rakta Data Jeevan Data Usse Bada Sirf Vidhata. With this inspirational thought a blood donation camp was organized at Sanskar School, Jaipur on 1st July, 2015 from 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. The camp was held to commemorate the Ninth Death Anniversary of the Founder Director of Sanskar School, Shri Kanni Thahryamal .
Shri Gopal Krishna Seva Samiti, Jaipur assisted Swastha Kalyan Blood Bank in putting this noble thought into action. Parents, staff members and many others voluntarily came forward to donate blood. Each donor was felicitated with a memento and a certificate for contributing towards a humane cause.

Sanskar School Celebrates International Yoga Day

June 21, 2015

International Yoga Day was celebrated with enthusiasm in Sanskar School, Jaipur on 21st June, 2015. The gathering of students, parents and staff was informed about the benefits of yoga by the session instructor. The holistic benefits of yoga were experienced by the participants who expressed their feelings of rejuvenation and relaxation after the session.

Summer Camp

May 30, 2015

Summer Camp, held in the month of May, comprised a plethora of activities including folk dance, western dance, art & craft, theatre, yoga, skating, karate, vocal and instrumental music.
In the educational arena, activities such as ‘Fun with Maths’ ‘Conversation and Speaking Skills’ and ‘Computer Application’ were also taken up to refine their skills.
Children participated actively in different sports like Cricket, Basketball, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis and Karate, making optimum use of vacation time.
The Culmination Programme exhibited the skills they had attained during the Summer Camp.

Extended Learning – Club Activities

May 13, 2015

Sanskar School, Sirsi Road, organised ‘Club Activities’ on 13th May, 2015 for classes IX and X. Students of these classes were divided into different clubs according to their choice and preference. In all, there were 9 clubs to choose from – Health, Science, Language, Heritage, Aesthetic, Maths, Road Safety, Environment and Integrity Club. Each club aimed at giving the students an opportunity to cultivate curiosity, optimism and perseverance. Each club had its individual activities which brought about creative and innovative skills of the students be it writing a report on cleanliness drive, preparing a brochure, creating scenery from the mathematical figures to writing slogans, making cards, posters or collage.

Exploring the Explorers

May 8, 2015

Sanskar School organized a guest lecture for students of Class V under their PYP curriculum. The speaker exposed the students to important explorers and explorations which have changed the face of the world including India’s latest contribution in this field- Mars Orbiter Mission- MOM.

Sanskar School Student Brings Home Laurels

May 4, 2015

Shambhavi Kumari of Sanskar School represented India at the 12th International Junior Grand Prix Event for Skeet Shooting in Porpetto, Italy. The event was held from the 1st to the 3rd of May, 2015.  Thirteen countries participated in the event wherein the Indian Team secured 3rd position and won a bronze medal for the country. Individually Shambhavi was placed 12th out of a field of over 30 shooters. An exemplary student, an extraordinary sportsman and a role model to the student fraternity, Shambhavi did Sanskar School and the nation proud with her performance.

Career prospects in Hospitality Industry

April 23, 2015

Skilled faculty of IIHM conducted an informative counselling session aiming at awareness, highlighting eligibility criteria, kinds of courses and basic qualification for job openings in hospitality industry for students of classes X, XI and XII.

Puppet Show at Sanskar School

April 22, 2015

A puppet show was organised at Sanskar School to develop story telling skills among the children. The puppeteers displayed their art and talent through colourful dancing puppets and traditional songs.

Career Counseling in skill-driven field

April 15, 2015

‘CP Education’ conducted a workshop on career as a lawyer. Motivational presentation by Mr Abhishek Chaturvedi, Director of CP Education grabbed the attention of pupil to think over making a profession in the legal area. The crux of the workshop was ‘preparedness to crack CLAT’.

Career opportunity in Defence as an officer

April 9, 2015

A workshop on career openings in Armed forces as an officer was conducted by Kargil Defence Academy at Sanskar School Jaipur. A motivational speech was delivered by Brig V. D. Singh Nirwan (retd.). Inspiring presentation about life of a cadet at National Defence Academy, Pune stirred the children to think over this as their future career. The workshop also highlighted the details, criteria and procedure to get into Armed Forces as an officer.