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ST. MARK’S GIRLS SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
MEERA BAGH, NEW DELHI - 87
This Society runs St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh & Janakpuri too.
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Excursions
Annual Picnic - (9 February 2016)
It was time for fun and frolic yet again as the students of Classes VI to XI enjoyed a joyous day at the Adventure Island, Rohini. The extravaganza began with a cheerful singing of peppy songs enroute the venue where our students were given a warm welcome. The students enjoyed an array of rides and sumptuous meal which was followed by an acrobatics show and dancing. It was a day well spent for classes VI, VIII, XI on 8 February and for classes VII, IX, X on 9 February 2016. It was a break from the humdrum routine of the everyday life that left everybody yearning for more.
Heritage Tour of Jantar Mantar and Sacred Heart Church, New Delhi - (January 2016)
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Experience is the teacher of all things

Students of St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School (Class IX and X) accompanied by their teacher coordinators Ms. Anjali Handa and Ms. Meenu Khurana went on a heritage tour to Jantar Mantar and the Sacred Heart Cathedral. The curious minds of our students learnt about the use and importance of sundials. Later our students seeked the blessings of Jesus Christ for a better future ahead. On the whole, it was an intriguing and informative experience for our students.
Picnic at Adventure Island for Class XII - (21 December 2015)
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Students of Class XII of St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School Meera Bagh went for picnic on 21st December at Adventure Island, Rohini. It was a much needed break for students. Enjoyment started as students boarded the bus. They sang songs, played games on their way to the picnic spot. As they reached the spot students immediately ran for taking rides of their liking. There were number of adventurous rides which gave them adrenaline rush. In the afternoon students were served sumptuous lunch which was followed by in dance where DJ played music and students danced to their favourite numbers. Students of Class XII were more excited as it is their last year in school, so to keep memory of this outing they clicked number of pictures with friends and teachers. It was a fun filled day which students will remember always.
Visit to Alliance - (14 July 2015)
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The educational trip began with our learners witnessing a French film. It was followed shortly by a quiz on the same. They also marvelled at the well-stocked library with French's classic pieces of literature. The day was planned to give our students a good exposure.
A visit to IIT, Delhi - (April 2015)
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Students of senior classes were invited by IIT Delhi for 11th Open House 2015. There was an introduction by Prof. S. N. Singh followed by a lecture on 3D Printing Prof. P. V. Madhusudan Rao, then a visit to exhibition in different departments and laboratories was planned. Students got lot of new scientific ideas and inspiration due to this visit.
A visit to Lodhi Gardens - (27 March 2015)
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A visit to the Zoo for Class I - (14 March 2015)
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St. Mark's Girls School - A visit to the Zoo for Class I : Click to EnlargeIt’s better to see something than to hear about it a thousand times.” Every expedition made is an experience which leaves students pondering and implores them to think.

The students of class I of our school went on an educational trip to the zoo on 14 March 2015.

They were really enthusiastic to see different animals and birds. They learnt a couple of facts which really made the trip even more interesting. The excursion provided an enlightening opportunity to students, enabling them to enhance their thinking skill and increase their knowledge.

It was a remarkable and fun-filled experience for the kids as they came back with a smile on their faces.

A visit to the Zoo for Class Seedling and Sapling - (21 February 2015)
The tiny tots of seedling and sapling had the pleasure of enjoying the warmth of the sun on a zoo safari that is National Zoological Park on 21 February 2015. Children were very excited about the same. They had fun watching the roaring lion, white tigers, leopards, African elephant, bear, black bugs, hippos and to their excitement the tallest animal giraffe. They were thrilled to see the largest bird ostrich which was the new guest at NZP. Our cherubims were shown many flowers and trees at the zoo like : banyan tree, dinner plate tree. They enjoyed looking at the swamps made for the water birds. The children were happy to see all those animals with own eyes about whom they read in books. On a whole the experience was quite knowledgeable for the kids. This excursion was one of the school’s intrinsic way of imparting learning to their toddlers.
A visit to the British Council Library - (13 February 2015)
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"The very existence of libraries affords the best evidence that we may yet have hope for the future of man."

Indeed, the world of books is a paradise in itself. The students of classes VIII to XI of our school recently visited this heavenly abode on 13 February 2015. The students of the Fantastic Fiction Club were taken to the British Council Library, escorted by their teachers Ms. Kamana and Ms. Jyoti. They were mesmerized by the vast collection of books of all genres and the well maintained library, and had a wonderful time scanning through the elaborate collection. It was indeed a day well spent.
A visit to National Museum - (12 February 2015)
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The students of class VII visited the National Museum of Natural History organised by HT Pace on 12 February 2015. It was a memorable experience to see the wildlife, know about their evolution and learn how important it is to conserve them. The students learned the significance of animals in balancing the ecology. The curiosity shown by the students was amazing as they learned about the endangered and extinct species of animals. The coordinator of the museum made them realise that it is high time that humans stop poaching and polluting. They were made aware of the importance of every organism. No organism should be neglected or exploited because it will destroy the fragile web. The beautiful specimens of animals in the museum fascinated the students. They were so realistic that one could hardly believe they were not real. It was surely a worthwhile educational outing.
A trip to Doll Museum - (13 December 2014)
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St. Mark's Girls School had a picnic to Doll Museum for seeding and sapling classes. Children were delighted watching beautiful dolls which represented different countries and their heritage. There were presentation of our Indian culture and important events that took place in the ancient times. Children enjoyed the event and had a gala time.
Educational Trip to Rathambhore - (November 2014)
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A group of 62 students of Class VI, X and XI along with 5 teachers and Vice Principal Ms. Sabina Shergill of St. Mark's Girls Sr. Sec. School recently went to Ranthambhore National Park as a part of 4-day trip organized by Edterra group. The students visited the National Park twice where they saw various animals in their natural habitat. The students visited the famous Ranthambhore Fort and learnt about its historic significance. They also visited Dastkaar-an NGO supporting rural women in promoting handicrafts. They also participated in various fun-filled activities organized for them by the EdTerra group. Overall it was an enriching experience for the students.
Educational Trip to Agra - (14 - 15 September 2014)
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The students of Class IV and V, of St. Mark's Girls Senior Secondary School, Meera Bagh went on an educational trip to Agra on 14 and 15 September 2014. The students visited the Agra Fort, the majestic Taj Mahal and Fatehpur Sikri. The students participated in various activities organised at the monuments which helped them learn about the history of the monuments and various Mughal Emperors. It was a good learning experience and the students took back lots of memories to cherish.
Picnic to Bal Bhawan for Class II - (21 August 2014)
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St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School organized an educational trip for Class II students to National Bal Bhawan on 21 August 2014, where children enjoyed watching different activities such as art and craft, painting. Also, they visited Aquarium, Wall of Values, Art and Craft Gallery. There was a room in which the life of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru was exhibited. The other rooms displayed various musical instruments, paintings. The children also witnessed the culture of our country.
Picnic to Bal Bhawan for Class I - (20 August 2014)
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This field trip was one of the school’s intrinsic way of enhancing learning. There, the students learnt various ways of utilizing the waste material. Children were amazed to see the craft work and showed immense interest.

The sight of fishes in the aquarium was an apple to the eye for the children. The excursion came to an end with the toy train, where the children enjoyed the most. It was a fun filled day.
A visit to the National Museum - (1 August 2014)
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School excursions enhance students learning by providing the opportunities for students to participate in curriculum-related activities outside the normal school routine. It aims to maximise students learning experiences.

Students of Class XI (Humanities) got an opportunity to visit National Museum, Delhi on 1 August 2014. The students were escorted by Ms. Arpita Dutta and Ms. Shruti. Museum exhibits inspired interest in their area of study. Various artefacts of different period of history starting from Harappan civilization to 19th Century were exhibited. Some students were astounded specially to see the rich ivory craftworks and some had awesome glance up at the intricate designs on the textiles. I was truly an enriching experience for the students as it was not only a break from their regular routine but also a sneak peek into the glorious past of our civilizations.
Reliance fresh visit of Class Seedling - (August 2014)
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St. Mark's Girls School - Reliance fresh visit of Class Seedling : Click to EnlargeIn order to give hands on experience on the topic of fruits and vegetables, children of class seedling were taken to Reliance fresh, one of the convenience store.

Tiny tots were excited to see the varieties of fruits and vegetables under one roof. Concept of buying things from such store was explained to them.

Overall it was a wonderful experience for our kids.
Visit to Haus Khas Lake - (July 2014)
Students from VI-VIII class visited Haus Khas Lake in Haus khas lake, New Delhi to know our heritage. The activity was an initiative by ITIHAAS and school to empower students regarding their royal history. It is important to involve young minds and encourage them to respond to the continuous threats facing our world heritage. At the venue, the students wrote poems and slogans about this royal tank of water. They were encountered with the real picture of this lake made by Khilji Sultan Alaudin in 1316 and scarcity that the world would be facing in near future of such beautiful places. The resource persons provided samples of lake water to the students and our students checked the levels of Phosphates and Nitrates in the water. It was overall a very informative activity as our students realized the need to conserve freshwater. The activity was an endeavor to promote concern for preservation of World Heritage sites.
Visit to Agrasen ki BAOLI - (July 2014)
Students from VI-VIII class visited Agar Sain ki Baoli, New Delhi. Agarsen ki baoli designated a protected monument by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) under the Ancient Monuments and Archeological Sites and Remains Act of 1958, is a 60-meter long and 15-meter wide historical step well on Hailey Road near Connaught Place, a short walk from Jantar Mantar in New Delhi, India. The activity was an initiative by ITIHAAS and the school to empower students regarding their royal history. It is important to involve young minds and encourage them to respond to the continuous threats facing our heritage. At the venue, the students wrote poems and slogans about this royal heritage. They were encountered with the real condition and beauty of this place. The resource person provided the information about movie shoots at this place like“khoom barabar jhoom” to the students. Students checked the level of water and condition of this unique beauty. It was overall a very informative activity as our students realized the need to conserve our heritage. The activity was an endeavor to promote concern for preservation of World Heritage sites.
A visit to Sanjay Lake - (26 April 2014)
Our 17 students visited Sanjay Lake in Mayur Vihar, New Delhi on 26 April 2014 for Freshwater Monitoring Activity. The activity was organized by Natural Heritage Division of INTACH in partnership with Earth watch Institute India. The purpose of the activity was to conserve freshwater ecosystems in Delhi NCR. At the venue, the students were told about the importance of freshwater and need to conserve freshwater resources all over the world. They were informed about the freshwater scarcity that the world would be facing in near future. The resource persons provided samples of lake water to the students and our students checked the levels of Phosphates and Nitrates in the water. It was overall a very informative activity as our students realized the need to conserve freshwater.
Visit to the Zoo - (8 March 2014)
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Toddlers of St. Mark's family had the pleasure of enjoying warmth of the sun with the nature - it was a zoo safari, a perfect outing for our Saplings on the 8th of March 2014. They had fun watching the lion, tiger, leopard feasting on the fleash, bear munching, Parakeets chirping and singing, Rhino basking in the sun. The sight of a white duck swimming on the smooth surface of clean water was a wonderful delight. It was a fun filled day truly mesmerizing. Children were happy to see all those animals with their own eyes about which they read in books. This excursion was one of the school's intrinsic way of imparting learning. The memory of the visit still fills us with thrill and excitement.
Trip to Zoo
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Learning is fun when learned in an adventurous trip.

So did our little tiny tots of seedling classes of SMGS enjoyed their trip to the National Zoological Park and were excited to see and learn a live demonstration of food habits and little about habitats of scary yet friendly wild animals.from roaring king of jungle to sleepy crocodile, cleverly fox and jackel.

The rhyming sounds of "the elephant is so big and fat comes true in front of them when they saw Mighty indian elephant and Amazing Australian baby elephant.

They were astonished to see a friendly Jaguar waving hand to visitors as well as proudy giraffe soaring to heights.

It was an exciting and astonishing trip enjoyed by little ones.
Visit to Red Fort - (22 February 2014)
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As said by Saint Augustine, “World is a book and those who do not travel read only a page’’.

On 22 February, 2014 students of class 9 and 10 of St. Mark's Girls School visited the Red Fort at Delhi. The students belonging to various AEC projects like ‘Let’s Travel and Explore’, ‘Eco Heroes’, ‘Magic World Tour’ and ‘UNESCO Village’ were exposed to this splendid UNESCO heritage site. They visited the fort along with teachers, Ms. Anjali Handa and Ms. Arpita Dutta.

The Red Fort is an iconic symbol of Indian Heritage. On Independence Day, the Prime Minister hoists the national flag at the main gate of the fort every year and delivers a nationally-broadcast speech from its ramparts. It was a golden opportunity for the students to learn about their rich heritage. It was a very informative and educational trip.
Picnic for Class IV - (17 February 2014)
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The students spent the first haf of their day enjoying various rides like Z force, Splash Dunk, Octopus, Space Rider etc. After they filled their tummies with a healthy lunch. Post lunch the students danced their hearts outs on the latest bollywood numbers. The students had a wonderful time in Adventure Island.
Picnic for Class I to Fun n Food Village - (7 February 2014)
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The school organised an annual picnic to Fun N Food Village for the students of Class I on 7th February 2014. The fun began with the refreshments. The children were full of excitement as they were enjoying the rides. There was an arrangement of delicious lunch for the children after the rides. Lunch was followed by a dance session, where the children were very enthusiastic since it also carried prizes for them. The winners were given the prizes. The day ended with wn ice cream treat to the children.
Picnic for Classes II & III to Fun n Food Village - (6 February 2014)
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SMGS organised a nice excursion to Fun ‘N’ Food Village for the students of Classes II and III on the 6th of February 2014. The kids were accompanied by their teachers and had a fun filed day. Little girls started their day with a welcome drink and then enjoyed the rides. At 1 o’clock the girls greeted their taste buds with delectable food and enjoyed on the dance floor. Every girl participated enthusiastically in dance competition and won prizes. The day ended on a sweet note when kids were served ice cream. The picnic charged up the students helped them create some fond memories.
Picnic for Classes V & VI to Adventure Island - (5 February 2014)
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All the comrades were completely enthralled towards the swings and rides in the Adventure Island. The crusade enjoyed every possible ride including the splash pool and joy rides. Their feeling of pleasure was elevated on witnessing the magic show.

They enjoyed the sumptuous meal offered there. It was a day full of fun and frolic for them.


Seedling & Sapling Class Picnic to Fun n Food Village - (5 February 2014)
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As the saying goes All work and no play makes Jill a dull girl, SMGS decided to enliven the lives of our little Jills of Seedling and Sapling by taking them on a day out to Fun n Food Village. It was a wonderful picnic as our little princesses enjoyed and were thrilled to take unlimited rides on their favourite swings like sun and moon, caterpillar train, boat ride, peacock train, merry go round, water queen etc. They all had lunch with their friends and teachers. They danced merril and also won prizes. It was truly a fulfilled trip. As they came back, they were excited and eager to share their wonderful experiences.
Excursion to Pratapgarh Farms for Classes VII to IX - (February 2014)
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SMS Girls School - Excursion to Pratapgarh Farms for Classes VII to IXStudents of Classes VII to IX had a wonderful time today with friends and teachers at the Pratapgarh Farms in Jhajjar, Haryana, enjoying traditional food, games, camel rides, camel cart rides, tractor rides and participating in rural creative activities like pottery, weaving, pounding grain etc.
Field Trip to the Recycling Unit at Tara Machines & Tech Services
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Some of our students working in the AEC Global project Recycle and Reuse, accompanied by our Eco Club Incharges of class IX and X, visited the Recycling Unit at Ghitorni.
 
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