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Dance is the hidden language of the soul. To dance is to be out of yourself.  World Dance Day or International Dance Day is celebrated every year to mark the birth anniversary of Jean Georges Noverre, the creator of Modern Ballet.  On 29 April 2020, Greenway Modern School, Dilshad Garden, virtually celebrated World Dance Day amid the nation-wide lockdown due to  Coronavirus Pandemic with great avidity, fervor, and rapture. Students of all the three precincts of the school (Primary, Middle, and Senior Wing) exhibited their creativity, dexterity, and love for dance by sending exceptional and artistic posters and their dance videos of various forms. The day was celebrated to instill the value and importance of this art among students, to break the cultural barriers and bring all together with a common language, ‘Dance’. The Principal of the school, Mr. Mohit Sachdeva,  emboldened and eulogized the efforts put in by the students through virtual
    Students of Greenway Modern School recently participated in a five day seminar conducted by Plezmo, where the students were taught to build a user friendly app. The first day of the seminar basically described the purpose of apps and the basic protocols that are used in the functioning of the app including the API (Application Program Interface). Students were taught to code for an app using the Plezmo environment, which is basically a visual coding platform. The main motto of the seminar was to to teach the students the power of programming  and Data Analytics. The main motto of the seminar was to build an app that will collect data from people and will be used for knowing what people like, which kind of job people are doing etc. Finally, the app was launched on an online platform so that it can be operated from anywhere in the world. This was a great experience for the students as they witnessed a life of a programmer and the importance of programming with hand on experience.
      Earth Day Celebrations in GMS

      “The Earth is what we all have in common.” Earth Day is the day of celebration and making promises to keep our living planet flourish with the three Hs- Health, Happiness, and Harmony. Earth Day is celebrated to appreciate nature and nurture further its beauty. April 22, 2020, marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, but due to Coronavirus pandemic spread, every nature lover has celebrated it virtually. People around the globe have rallied online to honour our Mother Earth and so have the Greenwanians. All the students of the three wings( Senior, Middle and Primary) of Greenway Modern School, Dilshad Garden, have sublimely commemorated the occasion by sending artful, perceptive and creative posters, articles, poems and so on and so forth. While everything is on pause during the lockdown, Greenwanians as nature lovers have come up and showed their gusto and exuberance to celebrate Earth Day and proved that nothing can stop or challenge their fervour and readiness. 
      So every Greenwanian pledges to keep loving and protecting Mother Nature.
      Save Earth, Save Life!
      Every situation brings a new opportunity". With this thought, even during this lockdown period our school has started online classes for all the students.
      We don’t emphasise on content, we emphasise on the learning outcomes.
      We don’t emphasise on knowledge,we emphasise on use of knowledge.*
      >> By keeping such thoughts in mind  Nancy Gupta ,TGT Natural Science,took an  initiative to provide activity based learning  in her virtual classes  where all  the VII class students showed great enthusiasms & active participation . Activity was related to ch-1 i.e Nutrition in plant ,Topic -Growth of fungi on a slice of bread (food source). In this activity students used slice of bread & moisten it with water then they kept it in a moist & warm place for 2-3 days .From this activity students met the term fungi & also learnt that fungi are carried in the air as spores when these spores land on bread slice or any favourable platform,they germinate & start to grow by taking nutrition from dead &decaying organic matter .
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