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MEERA BAGH, NEW DELHI - 87
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Celebrations
Constitution Day - (26 November 2016)
Constitution Day or Samvidhan Divas in India is celebrated every year on 26th of November to honour and remember the father of Indian Constitution, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. St. Mark’s Girls School celebrated constitution day by going through the history of law making and understanding the importance of debate and discussion by participating in mock parliament session. Students were also shown a short movie that enlightened them with the knowledge of how our constitution makers framed laws on every democratic aspect like fundamental rights, language policy, reservations etc. Students took pride in their constitution and understood that it will always remain as the mainstay for the development and running of the country.
One Nation Reading Together - (November 2016)
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Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” The joy of reading books can't be described in words. It's something that we understand only by real experience. It is as necessary for our body as food is for our body. It is the reading which gives us food for thought when we have no special work to do. It is thus the most wholesome hobby and should be acquired as early in life as possible.

One Nation Reading Together’ activity was held for the students of Class III – V. The studentstook a pledge on making reading as a habitand after that read a book of their choice. The students enthusiastically read the books and enjoyed the activity. The students were encouraged to make reading as a habit.

Books play an important role in our life. Books are our best friends in a real sense. They give us plenty of joy. We also learn a lot from them. They take us into a different world of imagination. We should develop a healthy habit of reading books.
Guru Nanak's Jayanti Celebrations for Class IV - (11 November 2016)
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Enlighten your heart and soul with
the Spiritual Belief of Waheguru.
It will guide you to the right path
And bring peace and solitude
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St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School, Meera Bagh, celebrated Guru Nanak Jayanti, which marks the birth anniversary of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak Devji. The celebrations were held on 11 November 2016 to mark the occasion and bring home the relevance of the festival to our young generation. Students of Class 4 threw light on how Guru Nanak Jayanti is celebrated every year. The message that the teachings of Guru Nanak Devji are of great significance to mankind and can help in transforming our society was beautifully brought forth. Serenity and calmness floated in the air with humming of the Shabads sung by Class 4 students and paved the way for a very fruitful and productive day for all. They also distributed the prasada to fellow students and staff members. The festival was celebrated by all the students with great pride, honor and respect.
Children's Day for Seedling - (11 November 2016)
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Children's Day is celebrated on 14th of November every year, the birth anniversary of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. As a tribute to our great leader, St. Mark's Girls School had organised various fun filled activities like Musical chairs etc. A small enactment related to the life of chacha Nehru was shown to the kids. They were also given roses as a token of love. Children were thrilled and excited to receive them.
Lauguage Week - (24 to 28 October 2016)
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Language is a process of free creation; its laws and principles are fixed, but the manner in which the principles of generation are used it is free and indefinitely varied. Even the interpretation and use of words involves a process of free creation”.

SMGS observed its illuminating Language Week from 24th to 28th October 2016. A series of literary as well as creative activities revolving around the essence of our multilingual society were organized for the students of classes 6-10 in languages like Hindi, Sanskrit and French. Students enthusiastically participated in varied interesting activities that truly assisted them to ameliorate their knowledge and understanding. Students were seen to be whole heartedly engaged in activities like Bal Patrika, Varg-Paheli, Paatra-Abhinaya, Kavi-Sammelan, ‘SabseBadaGapodi in Sanskrit. Activities like Varg-Patrika, Katha-Abhinaya, Tambola, Kavita Rachna aur gayan, Katha lakhanam were included in Hindi dialect. On the other hand students were exposed to the finer nuances of the French language through activities like ‘Mon coeursur la feuille’, Character Demonstration, Advertisement, Le concours de Poesie and Debate that enabled our scholars to indulge themselves into the unique cultural perspectives. Language truly can be recognized to be a tool that is used to broaden the empathy, imaginative sympathy and cultural outlook of our children. Overall, the wide spectrum of activities occupied our students in an educative and creative ride into linguistics and its application in today’s world.
Diwali Celebrations - (28 October 2016)
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Let this diwali burn all your bad times and enter you in good times.

Festival of light that enlightens the hearts and brings joy to every heart; Diwali was celebrated in the school before children goes for the Diwali break. The festival of Diwali was celebrated by the children on 28th October 2016 in their classes. Children brought sweets and exchanged them with each other. The respective class teachers organized games, songs and dances which the children thoroughly enjoyed.


Diwali Stall By HCRA

Diwali also known as Deepawali "festival of lights", an ancient Hindu festival, spiritually signifying victory of light over darkness, knowledelge over ignorance, good over evil and hope over despair. Our school in collaboration with Handicapped Childrens Rehabilitation Association (HCRA), organised a display of items such as candles, beautiful diya's, decor and many more handcrafted items by special children of the centre. It was a part of the festive celebrations in our school on 22nd, 27th and 28th October 2016.

HCRA is a non government organization which believes in the thread of humanity, ensuring the quality of life and maximizing the opportunities for special children. Emphasising holistic development and the skills to learn, live and work, they showcased the unique skills of their children. With the aim to promote happiness and helping others, by a valuable contribution to the noble cause of spreading humanity

UN Week - (20 to 24 October 2016)
The United Nations has been a global organisation working for international peace aiming to bridge the gap among widely diverse nations and bind them into a union. So, in celebration of its grandeur and successful journey over the years, the UN Week was celebrated from 20th - 24th October in which a plethora of activities were organised for Classes Seedling – XII.

On one hand, the seedling students put their little minds into a creative endeavour by making a collage regarding the work of the UN, the sapling bloomed with the students making tiny impressions of hand prints depicting the same. Class I got a chance to draw the flags of the UN bodies and learn about their working while Class II identified the symbols of the UN. The innocent minds showed great enthusiasm and willingness to learn. To focus on the main aim of the UN, students of Class III shared knowledge about the global leaders responsible for maintaining world peace. To develop their artistic ability, Class IV participated in a poster making activity where the students had fun with colours and highlighted the work of UN.

Continuing the spirit of world peace, Class V indulged in a collage making activityby creating artistic work reflecting the various logos and agencies of the UN. Students of Class VI participated in a quiz on “Identification of the logos of various agencies”. This activity gave them a chance to gain knowledge on UN organs, agencies and achievements of UN. In Class VII, students were asked to bring out the cartographers in them and locate the agencies of the UN on the world map. Their keen interest and high spirits made the activity a fun learning experience. Meanwhile, the amount of knowledge students of Class VIII had, came as a pleasant surprise in the form of a quiz that was conducted on the organs and agencies of the UN. The indulgent and intellectual responses by the students made it a success.

Students of Class IX,were asked to put their tech savvy brain to use, as they were asked to make a presentation on the role of UN highlighting the assistance provided by UNICEF. As for the students of Class X, they were asked to portray their linguistic proficiency with the help of an “Article Writing” activity on the subject of Indus Water Treaty or the use of Brahmaputra River Dam by China. A declamation was organised for the students of Class XIwhere they were asked to speak on the topic - “Role of World Bank in developing nations”. The articulate orators really outshined themselves through their performance.On similar lines, a Face Off was conducted for Class XII on the topic – “India as a permanent member of the UNSC” or the “Relevance of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor”. Every participant put in their best argument forward to advance an enlightening insight into two very different yet relevant issues in the contemporary political scenario.

Overall, the UN week turned out to be a huge success due to the zealous participation of the students and culminated on a successful note.
Halloween Celebrations - (October 2016)
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There is magic in the night when pumpkins glow by moonlight.” In an endeavour to connect with the culture across the globe; Halloween was celebrated by the tiny tots of classes seedling, sapling and 1. The main aim was not only to connect the east with the west but to learn about their culture and life. The students enjoyed a lot as they wore colourful costumes and bright, beautiful and scary headgears and eye masks. They enjoyed playing different games and were enthusiastic throughout the day. They went back home with big smiles on their faces as it was a fun filled day for them.
Durga Pooja and Dandiya Celebrations - (October 2016)
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Durgostav or Durga Puja is a five day celebration falling in the month of Ashwin (October), from the first to the tenth day of the bright fortnight. The festival represents the victory of Goddess Durga over the Buffalo demon named Mahishasura signifying the 'victory of good over evil'.

To mark this occasion puja was organised in the school premise on the sixth day, Mahashosti. A Durga protima (idol) was beautifully decorated. She stood tall with her offsprings, Lakshmi, Sarswati, Ganesh and Kartikey. The puja was followed by a Dhunuchi dance by the students. The toddlers of sapling class witnessed the puja and enjoyed the prasad that was distributed and were awestruck by the enchanting Dandiya dance performance presented by the students of Class V.
Ramayana Epic performed - (6 October 2016)
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People without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots. Keeping this thought in mind, the angels of our primary school performed the spectacular epic Ramayana - "Ram Mahakavya Nrityanatika", on 6th october 2016. The event was witnessed by the Founder Chairperson Mr. T. P. Aggarwal and Chairperson Ms. Anjali Aggarwal alongwith the parents of the school. It was an awe inspiring event as the students enacted the glorious parts of Rama, Sita and Ravana with poise and good faith. The show aimed at bringing forth the culture of India in all its glory. The vibrancy with which the epic tale was dramatized through props and dances captivated the crowd. Our Principal Ms. Sheena Kalenga gave the vote of thanks to all the esteemed guests and parents present.
Gandhi Jayanti by Sseedling - (1 October 2016)
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SMGS celebrated Gandhi Jayanti with Children of Seedling. Mahatma Gandhi, who is also known as Bapu in India for his unforgettable contributions and struggle for the freedom of Indians. Our tiny tots were dressed up as freedom fighters. They talked about the father of our nation, his life and beliefs. The kids also presented a small dance on Song "Bande mein tha dum Vande Mataram". Children also made book mark by pasting picture of Mahatma Gandhi and they were very thrilled to take it home.
Hindi Diwas - (14 September 2016)
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St. Mark's Girls School - Hindi Diwas  : Click to EnlargeNoah Webster rightly said, “A national language is a band of national union.”

In an endeavour to encourage the students to further enrich their knowledge about our National language, Hindi, our school SMGS organized ‘Hindi Diwas’ for the students of Classes I – V. Through various interesting and challenging activities, the students came to know a lot about Hindi language. The students of Class I participated enthusiastically in ‘Gol Mol Pratiyogita’ whereas class II students enjoyed ‘Kavita Vachan’. Class III organized ‘Dekho, Socho Aur Bolo’ activity whereas Class IV students actively participated in ‘Dekho Aur Jaano Pratiyogita’. Last but not the least the students of Class V participated in ‘Samanya Gyan Pratiyogita’. One notion that was thoroughly embedded in the students’ conscience by the end of the activities was that good knowledge considerably enhances one’s power to influence in this ever changing world.
Grandparents Day Celebrations - (9 September 2016)
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Grandparents play an imperative role in the life of every child. They are the child's support and their best friend. Grandparents pamper the kids more than the parents themselves and leave a lasting impression in child's life. They are special to every child. Their bedtime stories are integral part of everyone's growing up years. They are also wise and experienced ones we turn to in times of trouble. Their knowledge is invaluable and love unconditional. In keeping with this, SMGS celebrated Grandparents' Day on Friday 9 Sept. 2016. Grandparents were given an oppurtunity to interact with our tiny tots of Seedling and Sapling through a Story Telling. A warm welcome was given with a greeting card and a flower. Children were very excited to see their grandparents, they also made cards for their grandparents to express their love. Grandparents were overwhelmed with joy and shared their thoughts and expressed their gratitude towards the school.
Teacher's Day Speech - (5 September 2016)
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Teachers effect eternity.

On the occassion of Teachers' Day our president Mr. Pranab Mukherjee addressed the posterity, whose every move shall affect the future of our country. His motive was to educate them about the imperative need of becoming responsible citizens while at the same time remaining committed to the development of the country. He reminded us all that each and every person whose inspiration leaves beautiful footprints etched forever in our hearts, are our teachers for they encourage us to lead a better life.
Eid-ul-Zuha Celebrations for Class III - (14 September 2016)
Celebrating multifarious cultures and festivals symbolises the unity of an international community which St. Mark's Girls Sr. Sec. School takes pride in. To commemorate the occasion of Eid -ul-Zuha the students of Class 3 presented a programme beginning with a speech enlightening the audience about the spirit behind the festival. It was followed by a melodious qawwali which gave the valuable message of love and sacrifice and spread an aura of pleasant harmony which completely captivated the audience. The students also depicted a beautiful Meena Bazaar. The Vice Principal Ms. Sabina Shergill graced the occasion and was highly appreciative of the outstanding performance of the participants. It was indeed a pleasant and delightful day for the students.
Janmashtami Celebrations - (24 August 2016)
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Krishna is often considered to be a jolly and playful God and thus many children like him very much. Today Children of Seedling were made aware that we celebrate Lord krishna's birthday on Janmashtami.

Lord Krishna was born on Janmashtami day in the month of Shravan at midnight. The day is celebrated all over India with much festivities by fasting and praying.

Our tiny tots decorated flutes with the help of glaze paper, pastel sheets, and ribbon. Children pasted glaze paper circles and pastel sheet peacock feather on the flute. To make it more bright, glitters were added to it. It was a memorable day for them as they took colourful flute home.
Independence Day Celebrations - (12 August 2016)
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Where the mind is without fear and the
Head is held high
Where knowledge is free
Into that heaven of freedom,
My Father,
Let my country awake.


With these liberating words we step across with aplomb into the threshold of 70th Independence Day of our Mother Land. Kite Flying was organized for the parents and students of Seedling. Everyone participated with great zeal and excitement. The old and the young alike came forward to join this traditional activity of Kite Flying.

The parents of Sapling took part in the On the spot Puppet making and Story Weaving activity. Attractive puppets were made and wonderful stories were narrated by them.

Newspaper Dress Designing was organized for the mothers of Class 1 students. The aura of creativity was all around as the talented mothers transformed the newspapers into lovely and fascinating costumes. Their kids were no less while they walked the ramp with great confidence in the newspaper dresses designed by their mothers.

Girls of Class 2 participated in a Dance Competition with their parents. The teams of contestants set the stage on fire with their energetic moves.

Parents and students of Class 3 and 4 showcased their talent by singing songs on Karaoke Music. It was great to see the budding singers crooning along with their parents.

Parents of Class 5 were invited to participate in the Jewellery Making Competition along with their daughters. The participants left the judges spell bound with their creative masterpieces.

The celebrations continued with their fervor when Class 6 girls and their parents sportingly participated in ‘Passing the Parcel Activity.’ The parent and child team performed on the situations they picked on the pause of music. The performances were applauded and each team was given a prize.

Class 7 students worked together in a creative expression to make delicious snacks with flameless tactics of cooking. An enthusiastic participation was observed at the level of both the students and the parents. Overall, it was a great exposure into a realm of tri-coloured expression and creativity.

For Class 8, we had a Ramp Walk by the Mothers in the Newspaper Dresses made by their wards.

LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS :

SEEDLING
MR TARUN KUMAR F/O MITALI KUMAR
MR RAKESH SHARMA F/O TRISHA SHARMA
SAPLING (PUPPET MAKING AND STORY WEAVING )
MR SUMIT SRIVASTAVA F/O IYISHI SRIVASTAVA
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CLASS 1
MS DIMPLE SHARMA M/O PYAANSHI SHARMA
MS MAMTA M/O ISHIKA
MS MANPREET KAUR M/O JAPNEET KAUR
MS MANISHA ANAND M/O SANA ANAND
MS MAMTA CHAUDHARY M/O TEJASWANI
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CLASS 2
MS KIRAN SIKKA M/O MITALI SIKKA
MS VANDANA M/O YOGITA
MS LOVE4LEEN KUMAR M/O YAGYA
MS MADHU M/O DHRUVIKA
MS NEHA BAJAJ M/O BHAVYA
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CLASS 3 AND 4
MR MANISH SINHA F/O SHREYSHI SINHA
MS GEETIKA M/O TARANA
MR LALIT ARORA F/O PRAGATI ARORA
MR SUNDER LAL NIGAM F/O PRANJAL NIGAM
MS SUDHA M/O AWISHKA DIXIT
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CLASS 5
MR BALJEET SINGH RATTAN F/O JASMITHA KAUR
MS SURYAVATHI VEMPALA M/O S.R.V SRIJIYA
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CLASS 7
MS SUTAPA DEV M/O AKSHITA DEV
MS EKTA GUPTA M/O SHRIYA GUPTA
MS RUCHI JAIN M/O SAMRIDHI JAIN
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CLASS 8
MS. SHWETA AHUJA M/O DEWANKSHI AHUJA
Freindship Day celebrated by Seedling - (July 2016)
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Premchand’s Birth Anniversary - (July 2016)
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To be successful in life what you need is education, not literacy and degrees” was rightly said by, "Emperor among Novelists", Munshi Premchand. His writings depicted rationalist outlook which arouse public awareness about national and social issues.His works have touched heart and soul of men in all times. On his 136th birth anniversary the school organized a play enactment activity for students of Classes IX and X. Students showed great enthusiasm and enacted beautifully. Stories like mantra, jadu, chamatkar, etc assimilated Premchand’s teachings in them.
National Day of France - (14 July 2016)
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St. Mark's Girls School - National Day of France : Click to EnlargeOn the special occasion of the National Day of France, le quatorze juillet (14 July ), also known as Bastille Day, the students of classes VIII-X were shown a documentary unfolding the various phases of the French Revolution.

The students empathized with the sufferings of French people and were able to comprehend the movement better. The students of classes VI and VII made beautiful greetings cards for their French friends wishing them good health and prosperity.
Eid Celebrations - (6 July 2016)
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Saplings celebrated Eid with lot of enthusiasm and energy. Many activities were done related to it. Children were told that it is a festival of Muslims and they pray in the mosque, it marks the end of holy month of Ramadan and celebrate Eid with feasts and family. Our tinytots celebrated Eid by hugging each other and wishing 'Eid Mubarak'
Earth Day Celebrations - (21 and 22 April 2016)
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We don’t want to protect Environment. We want to create a world where the environment doesn’t need Protection.

With the same spirit, our school celebrated Earth Day on 21 April 2016 and 22 April 2016 by organising a plethora of activities for classes VI to XII. An amalgamation of activities such as Crash the Trash (green bin making), Greet the green way (eco friendly card making), A Chirping Rendezvous (bird feeder making), Save the Date (Eco-calenders), Green Transfers (newspaper envelope making), Mingled Yarn (Debate) marked the event. The students used biodegradable material which included dry leaves, petals, newspaper, recycled sheets, jute, old cloth pieces etc. thereby following the key concept of Best out of Waste. With immense enthusiasm the students participated in various activities and expressed their love and concern for their mother Earth.

Students from classes seedling to Class V also participated in celebrating Earth Day with great fervour and enthusiasm. Various activities were planned for children to let them get a feel of the earth and nature. Children and teachers were involved in a host of activities involving Puppet show and Germination activity. The students of seedling and sapling demonstrated beautiful craft work.

The tiny tots were informed to save water, power, forests and trees. They were made to understand the meaning of 3Rs - reduce, reuse and recycle. Role play activity was also done by teachers to enlighten our Saplings to respect the natural resources and to keep the surroundings clean. Last but not the least Children took an oath to act as a protector of nature and the environment.

The students of class I made beautiful drawings using pencil shavings. Class II students made a newspaper bag and designed them as posters on earth. Children of class III depicted a garden scene with the help of vegetable printing and shared their experiences on how they love to spend time in the garden. Class IV students created wall hanging of the Earth. Class V students made pledge tree and even promised to fulfil those pledges to save the environment earth. The teachers were equally a part of these celebrations as they did a puppet show and did the role play and sensitized students about the importance of cleanliness and mother earth. On the whole these activities proved to be a novel way of bringing children and mother earth close.
Orientation Programme - (18 March 2016)
Our school conducted the orientation programme on 18 March 2016 for the parents of new admissions in the pre-primary wing. The event started with a mesmerising dance performance by our tiny tots and aimed at seeking a collaboration between the parents and the school. The parents were enlightened with basic information about school activities, guidelines and methodology so that they can deal with the transition with ease. The parents of our new entrants were invited to spend a day at school on 29 March 2016, engaging themselves in various activities and exploring the world that their little ones are set to enter. It was a gracious and amiable welcome.
Citation Ceremony - (12 February 2016)
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St. Mark's Girls School - Citation Ceremony : Click to EnlargeSt. Mark's Girls Sr. Sec. School bid farewell to its outgoing batch - the Class of 2016 on 12 February 2016. The Citation Ceremony marked the release of this flock of birds with multi hued feathers into the vast world of competition, career and family life. The students of the outgoing batch and their parents shared their thoughts on the closure of the most important episode of their life- the school life. The school Principal Ms. Sheena Kalenga blessed the students and wished them luck in all their efforts. A short PPT on the journey of the outgoing batch in the school left everyone overwhelmed. The students of class XI gave a fitting farewell to their seniors through a medley of songs and dance. A river of vivid emotions and torrential memories gripped every student as they left the portals of their alma mater.
Republic Day Celebrations - (25 January 2016)
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To inculcate the spirit of patriotism among the students, Republic Day was celebrated in our school with great zeal and enthusiasm. The celebrations began with the hoisting of our National Flag by our Principal, Ms. Sheena Kalenga. Later, the students of classes VI and VII paid honour to the mother nation by singing The National Anthem and other patriotic songs. The celebration ended on a glorious note by a motivating speech by our Principal.
 
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