In order to encourage healthy eating habit, Montessori department organised sprout salad activity. Students brought sprouts with chopped onion, cucumber and tomato. Children prepared sprout salad by sprinkling chaat masala in it.
In this cyber world nothing is safe, nothing is private. Keeping the view in mind a workshop on ‘Google’ Web Ranger was organized in St. Angel’s School on 31st of October. The workshop aimed to build motivation, increase awareness, knowledge and provide practical ideas for campaigning. Mrs. Sunita Kapoor the senior co-ordinator greeted Mrs. Uma Balan, the project manager of learning links foundation, along with Mr. Tarun Sharma, the team member and Mr. Neeraj Jain, the senior trainer and audience .Students from twelve schools along with their teachers participated in the workshop. Mr. Neeraj explained the student to investigate the source, compare at least three resources of information, think before they share, forward or like the facts. He also laid stress to create strong password by mixing letters, symbols, and numbers without sharing it with others. Many activities, quiz round and video were shown to highlight the necessary of using privacy setting. Mr.Neeraj discussed the topic like cyber bullying and its ill impact on the sufferers. So he urged the students to shoulder the responsibility by becoming Web Rangers having eagle eye on the wrong –doers. He requested the students to make poster, write slogans, create club to perform Nukkad Natak etc.
The Director of St .Angels School, Mr Archit Bhardwaj is of opinion that these sensitive issues can be tackled seriously to prevent the children from great mental agony. The workshop was an eye opener to train students about online child safety.
Mesmerizing Melodious moments
Music flows in our heart and enriches our soul .Music gives wings to the mind and flight to imagination St. Angel’s feels proud to announce the District Level Result of our school. In Light Music Junior boys’ category Mayank of VI-C and Senior boys’ category Yatish of XII-A secured second position. In Classical Music Junior Boys’ Category Shivam of V-D grabbed third position and Senior Boys’ Category Yash of XII-A grabbed second position. In Semi Classical Junior Boys’ Category Ashish and in Junior Girls’ Category Jagriti of VIII-D secured second position respectively. In Semi Classical Senior Girls’ Category Nikita of XI-C secured second position were as in Boys’ Category Suyash of XII-B grabbed third position. In Qwwali event St. Angel’s secured second position at District Level. In Solo Classical Dance Competition Jasna of XI-D was awarded by third rank. These students definitely added glory on the kingly crown of St. Angel’s.
Bharat Vikas Parishad, a non political socio voluntary organization, felicitated the scholars and accolades of 2014-2015 of St. Angel’s .In this Endeavour of recognition seven teachers along with fifty four students were awarded for their Outstanding result in C.B.S.E. These students secured 87-92% marks in their examination.
Nukkad natak is a strong medium to create awareness among society.St. Angel’s feels privilege to grab an opportunity to host Nukkad Natak District Level Competition in its school auditorium, under superior and innovative vision of our Director Mr. Archit Bhardwaj. Mr. Ashish Robinson,the Founder Director of Parivartan Group, Mrs. Anita Sharma , P.G.T. Pol.Sci ence and associated with all India Radio , Doctor Gurucharan , P.G.T Hindi Govt. Boys Sr . Sec. School Nangloi were the eminent judges of the competition. Mrs Nisha, Secretary Cultural S.K.V Prashant Vihar, Mrs. Sativant Kaur S.P.E of Zone XIII were other eminent personalities present there. The programme started with lightening of the lamp to give it an anspicious start. All the participants of different renowned schools raised many burning issues in their presentation like problem of nuclear family , dowry , gender inequality, women empowerment etc, Teenagers’ issues like peer pressure, Swatch Bharat Abhiyan were equally thought provoking performances. A melodious gazal was presented by music teachers of St. Angel’s Mr. Sukant and Mr. Harsh. Little stars of our school Mayank , Shivam and Ashish mesmerized the audience with their classical performance. As far as result is concerned Maxfort school stood First, second position is grabbed by St. Margaret where as the third position is begged by G.G.H.S School Nithari. A vote of thanks was given by the senior Co-ordinator Mrs.Sunita Kapoor for gracious presence of the judges and efforts of teachers and students in preparation.
Indian religion always promotes the spirit that “Satyamev Jayate”, the victory of good over evil. St. Angel’s organized the grand celebration of Ramleela on occasion of the festival of Dussehra to inculcate the virtues of Rama in children. The programme started by singing melodious chaupaiyan from Ramayan. ‘Kumbh Karan sleep’ and ‘Bharat Milaap’ scenes were staged to create the ambience of spirituality, festivity and fun. ‘Bharat Milaap’ scene moved the tender soul of the students. The pragramme came to an end by speech of Mr. C.S. Mishra Sir who taught students the relevance of Rama in today’s era. He also laid stress on ‘Women Empowerment’ in those days linking it in today’s security of the women. Sacrifice of Bharat to his brother, affection of mother towards children, duty of king towards his subject were equally highlighted.
D.A. Mishra Sir and Senior Co-ordinator Mrs. Sunita Kapoor equally motivated students to imbibe spirit of goodness, nobleness and greatness in their personalities.
To provide the feeling of ‘A Home Away Home’ St. Angel’s extended its new wing in Sec-16, Rohini to provide special space for the kids of Mont sections. This new wing is definitely like a dream come true, where all the activities meant for kids are performed to their all round development. This new building is fully air conditioned and has well furnished class rooms, play area specially designed for kids.
With the initiative and progressive approach of our Director, Mr. Archit Bhardwaj , the staff of sixty teachers of St. Angle’s School Rohini enjoyed the worth treasuring moment in trip to Jaipur. All the reverend dignitaries along with all the Incharges and team mates shared the moments of fun and frolic, by visiting many popular places. The Fort of Amber and Nahar Garh, Birla temple, City Park museum were equally scintillating places to fascinate the team. At night a puppet show was organized. Teachers also won many prizes in Tambola Game. All arrangements of food, accommodation, shopping and sight-seeing were whole -heartedly appreciated by the all members of the trip. Mr. D.A. Mishra, J.P. Singh and C.S. Mishra along with the team of staff appreciated the efforts of the management who provided stress free moments and a rejuvinating break after S.A 1 and first term exam.