Middle Department

EDIFYING ENVIRONMENT DAY CELEBRATION

"I don't want to protect the environment, l want to create a world where the environment doesn't need protecting". With this dictum as the guiding light Greenway Modern school virtually celebrated 'World Environment  Day,' The basic motive behind the celebration was to make our students understand the need of our 'ailing planet' and do the needful to save it now or never.

The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it: thus it's a moral obligation of the schools to enlighten our kids and prepare them for this virtuous duty 

The seeds for an understanding and obligation for the environment have to be sown now and today, thus our students were made to take part in a plenitude of activities like, Essay Writing, Message Writing competitions, etc. They enthusiastically participated and beautifully expressed their emotions in the form of messages  articles and pictures

They were Also motivated to sow plants in this lockdown period and take care of them of which they shared pics with us

Thus the initiative was taken by Eco. Club of our school culminated into a successful venture. Click here for more photographs

SCIENCE ACTIVITY - 2 for Class VII

“The strategic active engagement of students,  in opportunities to learn through doing, which empowers them to apply their theoretical knowledge to practical endeavors in a multitude of settings inside and outside of the classroom.”  By keeping such thoughts in mind  Ms. Nancy Gupta, TGT Natural Science, took an initiative to provide activity-based learning in her virtual classes where all the students of class VII participated actively & performed well. The activity was to make a homemade stethoscope in which students learned to make their own stethoscope & were able to hear the difference between active and resting heartbeats as well as the difference between their own heartbeat & the heartbeat of others in the house. Click here for more photographs.

 

Mother's Day Celebration in Greenway

 

The day that celebrates the love, teachings, compassion, and essence of a mother is Mother’s Day. The mother-child relationship is a sacred bond. This day is a rejoicement for all the children and there could not be a more universal celebration than to celebrate Mother’s Day. Keeping the same zeal and ebullience, Greenwanians celebrated Mother’s Day at homes. The students of Greenway Modern School, Dilshad Garden, showered their love and bestowed fealty to their mothers by contributing to making posters, adorable cards, messages filled with innocence and concern, self-composed poems and even proffered their cooking abilities to their mothers by having non-fire cooking at home for them. The students also made beautiful handmade gifts for their mothers and each way of expressing their gratitude was special and unique in their own way. The principal of the school, Mr. Mohit Sachdeva, felt delighted to see the enthusiasm of the students and also praised their efforts put in and inspired the students to inculcate virtuous deeds and resort to ethical ways that make the parents happy. Click here for more photographs.

WORLD DANCE DAY 2020

 
THE POETRY OF THE FOOT-DANCE!
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. Click here for more photographs.
 

EARTH DAY CELEBRATION 2020

“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! Click here for more photographs.
 

SCIENCE ACTIVITY - CLASS VII

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 . Click here for more photographs.

 

AWARENESS ON ROAD SAFETY

A Road Safety workshop was conducted by the Delhi Traffic Police and BSF commandant Mr. Nayyar for class VIII students to aware the students about the rules that they have to follow while crossing the roads. They were shown different kind of traffic symbol to make them understand the use of symbol. They were shown a short video clipping telling the causes of accident and its preventions.  They gave a message through this to the parents that they should guide about the safety and security of their ward while driving and crossing the road. Click here for more photographs.

TRIP TO MOJOLAND

Our school organized a fun and frolic trip to newly opened Mojoland  and Oh! Max in Sonipat and Noida in the last week of January 2020 for the classes I and VIII.

They got a little refreshment on reaching there. They enjoyed unlimited rides like – Safari Coaster, Swing chair, Sky diver, Techno jump, Rocket Rickshaw, Spanish Bull, Happy Train etc in the amusement park also had a chance to see light and sound music at Taj Mahal, adventure show. After they enjoyed the adventurous activities like- Sky cycling, Tire walk, Commando net, Zip line, Archery etc, students enjoyed on DJ music also. There was arrangement of delicious lunch and snacks also. On the whole it was a successful and quite enjoyable outing. They reached back to school at about 6:00pm. This outing was highly appreciated by the parents also.

REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATIONS

On the auspicious occasion of Republic day, our school organized a celebration of India’s sovereignity and successful completion of 71 Years of Democracy. It was to celebrate India & the spirit of being Indians. Students of primary wing  with much zeal, enthusiasm & showed a spirit of nationalism. There was a patriotic song followed by a dance prepared by class I-II students.

Our revered Principal Sir had great pride in unfurling the national flag of country. On account of this celebration the feeling of patriotism among Greenwarians surged to the maximum. The programme was consized yet was able to boost up the energy level of the students. The students being the vital organs for the development of society & nation were encouraged to contribute to the growth of nation. Click here for more photographs

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS

The Primary, Middle and Senior wing celebrated Christmas with great enthusiasm. The nativity scene helped the students to understand the birth of Jesus and students/teachers were gifted chocolates by “santa”. Click here for more photographs

OLYMPIAD ACHIEVERS

Kalash Sharma of Class X E and Chavi Singhal of Class IX A were the School topper and got a  Scholarhip of rs.1000/- in Global Olympiad.

Subject wise toppers are

Subject: Astronomy

Student Name

Medal Type

Akshitha

Gold medal

Sai Raman Panda

Silver Medal

Manas Garg

Gold Medal

Kavya Gupta

Silver Medal

Rudraksh Mallick

Gold Medal

Anshul Yadav

Gold Medal

 Subject: Hindi

Student Name

Medal Type

Nishant Tiwari

Gold medal

Vidushi Jain

Silver Medal

Tanjil Aggarwal

Bronze Medal

Chavi Singhal

Gold Medal

Shivansh Upadhyay

Silver Medal

Kriesh Dayal

Silver Medal

Vaibhav

Bronze Medal

Kalash

Gold Medal

Ayushi

Silver Medal

Nayan

Bronze Medal


  
(Result) SOF International English Olympiad

Class

Rank

Name of student

I

1st 

Omakshi

 

2nd

Mishika Madan

 

3rd

Navya sharma

II

1st

Bhavya

 

2nd

Aarav shaju

 

3rd

Inaya Ahmed

III

1st

Lavanya Tewatiya

 

2nd

Atharv Vashishtha Tyagi

 

3rd

Chahak

IV

1st 

Swaleha Manal Khan

 

2nd

Shanaya Joshi

 

3rd

Prisha Shandil

V

1st 

Akshith Nair

 

2nd

Ananta Yadav

 

3rd

Dimple Soni

VI

1st 

Vaidik Sharma

 

2nd

Anshika Shivam

 

3rd

Shivani Gupta

VII

1st 

Vidushi Jain

 

2nd

Nishant Tiwari

 

3rd

Vidit Maheshwari

VIII

1st 

Saniya

 

2nd

Divyansh Mutreja

 

3rd

R Sreelaxmi

IX

1st 

Arjun Nambiar

 

2nd

Siya Gaur

 

3rd

Korou Khundrakpam

X

1st 

Sanyam Tyagi

 

2nd

Tanya Singh

 

3rd

Yanshi Sharma

XI

1st 

Nitya Aggarwal

 

2nd

Akshita Bansal

 

3rd

Akshaya

XII

1st 

Kavitha Nambiar, Ipshita Yadav,Pratibha Yaduvanshi

 

2nd

Harthik, Sarthak Mittal, Nikita jha

 

3rd

Aiman Khan, Chetan, Pragya Pal

                                                                   
 Qualified For level -2

Class

Name

III – D

Lavanya Tewatiya

IV- B

Swaleha Manal Khan

V-C

Akshita Nair

VI-B

Vaidik  Sharma

VII-G

Vidushi Jain

VIII-D

Saniya

IX-E

Arjun Nambiar

X-C

Sanyam Tyagi

XI-D

Nitya Agarwal

XII-A

Kavitha Nambiar

VISIT TO BIODIVERSITY PARK

An educational trip for class VII was organised on 22 November 2019 under the Guidance of MRs Yogyata Mathur,  Ms. Jaishree, Ms. Deepa Bhardwaj & Ms. Nancy Gupta. The students were taken to a nearby biodiversity park named ‘Yamuna Biodiversity Park’ for a learnful experience. The school organised this visit to enrich the students and to take learning beyond the four walls of the classroom.

Travel expands your horizons and school life cannot be complete without the fun of educational tours and excursions. These trips are tailor made to facilitate the students to know and understand the real, multicultural world. A host of activities are undertaken as a part of trips which act as a catalyst to think out of the box and broaden the outlook. The school discreetly organizes educational trips to strategically important places and facilitates for students to reach out for information beyond the text books.

Increasing urbanization, habitat destruction, pollution, biological invasions, increasing greenhouse gases and excessive use of natural resources are some of the anthropogenic factors that have damaged the environment.  As a result, global temperatures have increased substantially and the impact can be seen in altered rainfall patterns, droughts, floods in coastal areas and extinction of several species. Sound environmental awareness is therefore necessary to handle such environmental issues and restore the degraded ecosystems. Today, with issues such as global warming, climate change, various pandemics including recent outbreaks of Ebola and Zika,   nature education has become all the more important. The younger generation will soon be facing several environmental challenges and it must be prepared to tackle these effectively. Therefore, a commitment towards providing nature education is the need of the hour.

Nature education focuses on developing environmental consciousness and concern for the living environment. The objective of nature education is to develop awareness regarding the significance   of biodiversity, which will then encourage people to take collective action towards biodiversity conservation.

Yamuna Biodiversity Park is thus a living laboratory where scientific experimentation has done wonders. Once a barren place where nothing grew, the park is now full of life which can be heard in the chirping of birds and rustling of leaves.

In all, the trip was really fruitful and enhanced the understanding of the students regarding biotic and abiotic interactions in the ecosystem.

 

A PROUD MOMENT

The students of Greenway Modern School participated in the Discovery School Super League – powered by BYJU’s (DSSL). In the first round near about 60 Lakh students participated from 17000+ schools across 29 states and 1 UT (Delhi NCR). It was a proud moment Mayank  Saini IV-B, Aarav Goel V – B, Nikahil Sharma VI – D and Parmeet Singh VII – F were the grade toppers of Round – 1 and Nikhil Sharma of VI - D and Parmeet Singh of VII F qualified for the 2nd Round. The Principal of the school Mr Mohit Sachdeva  gave away the prizes to these students and Congratulated them.

AWARENESS PROGRAM

Greenway Modern School organized a special assembly to make the students aware about the precautions to be taken in case of any kind of calamity. They were told about the various emergency numbers and also how to move after the school is over. An execution plan was explained in detail for the movement from one floor to another. Ms Silky and Ms Geeta demonstrated the use of FIRE EXTINGUISHER in case of fire calamity.  It was an informative session.

SCHOLARS DAY MIDDLE WING

‘No Great Achievement is possible without Persistent Work’

On 19th November 2019, Greenway Modern School, Dilshad Garden organized the Scholars’ Day of middle and senior wing to celebrate academic excellence of its laudable and meritorious students.

The occasion was graced by DCP Amit Sharma (Shahdara), Joint Secretary CBSE Mr. Navin Maini and SHO Seemapuri Mr. Harish Kumar. The occasion started with the lamp lightning followed by the welcome dance. The seasoned artists of the school enthralled the audience with a very mellifluous solo song by Nikita of class XII and a group song presentation.

The fusion of Bharatnatyam and Kathak mesmerized every one present in the audience.

Greenway Modern School is also bestowed with the British Council Award and for the award ceremony of the same, the versatile students of Greenway prepared a stupendous performance that bedazzled the stage and enraptured the audience.

In the end, the Principal, Mr Mohit Sachdeva spoke about the school’s commitment to excellence and complimented the students who have made their mark in scholastic and co-scholastic arenas.

The event culminated with the vote of thanks of the Principal and his blessings to the achievers. Click here for more photographs

EKTA DIWAS

The Birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabh Patel, which is being observed as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas, which gives us an opportunity to reaffirm the inherent strength, was celebrated at Greenway Modern School, and the following activities were done.

  • A pledge was taken to preserve the unity, integrity and security of the nation.
  • Unity run, March past by the NCC cadets was also organized.

In addition to above, Essay writing and various other activities were also done.

The students were made aware about the contribution of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel for the independence our country. Click here for more photographs

Janmashtami Celebration 

 

Birthday of Lord Krishna  “Janmashtami” was celebrated by all the three wings, Primary, Middle and Senior.

 Special dance performances were given by students  depicting his “Leelas” and laid the importance of the occasion.  Students of classes I and II were dressed up as Radha and Krishna.

 The “tableau” was set up where Lord Krishna and his friend Sudama's importance was shown. The Principal blessed all the students.  His words lifted the mood of all the students and teachers. Click here for more photographs

MOTHER’S MEET OF CLASS VIII ON 07.05.2019

It is important for teachers and parents to have direct communication for the benefit of their children The School took an initiative and Mother’s Meet was organized for Class VIII  which was addressed by the Academic In-Charge Ms. Yogyata Mathur.

They were told about the performance of their children and also, the ways to handle different situations related to their ward. A short video clipping with regard to parent’s involvement with their children was shown which had a message that those parents and children who share with each other tend to be more successful in their life.  The Mother’s actively participated in the session   and shared their views .   The session was very fruitful for the mothers.  Click here to view more photographs.

 

NESTLE MILO - ACTIVITY A STEP AHEAD TOWARDS HEALTH- 04.10.2018

“Health and Healthy diet play a pivotal role in a student’s life”. Emphasizing this statement, Greenway Modern School in association with Nestle conducted a quiz competition for the students of Primary and Middle wing.  The students enthusiastically participated in the quiz and proved their intellect.  They were also provided with milk samples of Milo and an activity booklet.  The winners of the quiz were honoured with medals and certificates.  School Co-ordinator Ms. Sarita coordinated with Nestle to conduct the activity in school.  The Principal Mr. Mohit Sachdeva congratulated all the winners and appreciated the initiatives taken to infuse the healthy habits in children.

 

CELEBRATION OF 150TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF MAHATMA GANDHI- 01.10.2018

      To Commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi a number of activities were performed at Greenway Modern School. The students performed skit showing the life of Mahatma Gandhi, The students performed skit showing the life of Mahatma Gandhi. The principal of the school appreciated the efforts of the students.

 

EARTH DAY - POSTER MAKING COMPETITION - 21.04.2018

An Inter-House Poster Making Competition was held  to save the mother earth.  The winners were Shrishti – VIII E and Abhiram – VIII A from Peace House and the Runners up were Niket Singh – VIII C and Sanya  VII D from Purity House.  Sourabh, Mehar – VIII D, Harsh Talan, Palak Yadav - VIII C from Love and Harmony house also actively participated.

 

NEWSPAPER READING COMPETITION -13.04.2018

To inculcate the reading habits, Inter-house newspaper competition was held. They were judged on the basis of their pronunciation, confidence and clarity. The winner was Satakshi Dutta  (VIII E) of Peace House.  Vaibhav Srivastav (VIII B) of Harmony House got the second position. Chavi Singhal of Love House and Drishti of Purity House also participated in this competition.

 

 

 
 
 
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