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D.A.V. PUBLIC SCHOOL, WEST PATEL NAGAR

New Delhi -110008, Phone. No. 011-25881101, 25886238

Email id:- davpswp@yahoo.in, Website:- www.davwestpatelnagar.in                                                                      

ACADEMIC SESSION (2015-16)LIST OF HOLIDAYS DURING

S.No.

HOLIDAY

 

DATE

DAY

1.

Ram Navami

28th March,2015

Saturday

2

Mahavir Jayanti

2nd  April, 2015

Thursday

3

Good Friday

3rd  April, 2015

Friday

4

Ambedkar Jayanti

14th April,2015

Tuesday

5

Buddha Purnima

4th May, 2015

Monday

6

Summer Holidays

17th May, 2015 to 1st  July, 2015

7

Idu’l Fitr

18th  July, 2015

Saturday

8

Independence Day

15th August,2015

Saturday

9

Raksha Bandhan

29th  August, 2015

Saturday

10

Janmashtami

5th September,2015

Saturday

11

Id-Ul-Zuha (Bakrid)

25th September, 2015

Friday

12

Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday

2nd October,2015

Friday

13

Dussehra Vacation (Autumn break)

19th   October,2015 to 24th October,2015

14

Maharishi Valmiki’s Birthday

27th  October,2015

Tuesday

15

Karaka Chaturthi (Karva Chouth)

30th  October,2015

Friday

16

10th November to 13th  November, 2015- Diwali (Deepavali) Break

17

Guru Nanak’s Birthday

25th  November,2015

Wednesday

18

Milad-Un-Nabi

24th December,2015

Thursday

19

Christmas day

25th December,2015

Friday

20

30th December to 10th January, 2016- Winter Break

21

                       Makar Sakranti                             15th January,2016                      Friday

22

Republic Day

26th January,2015

Tuesday

23

Maha Shivaratri

7th March, 2016

Monday

24

Holi

24th  March,2016

Thursday

25

Good Friday

25th March,2016

Friday

 

**Any change in the date of these Holidays will depend upon sighting of the

     Moon & declaration by the respective State Govt.

SCHOOL RULES

  1. Every student should have an Identity card.
  2. Every student should carry the almanac daily. The Almanac is to be maintained neatly and carefully.
  3. Every student is expected to take good care of his/her desk and chair provided by the school. It is praise worthy if the furniture is kept in good condition.
  4. A major factor towards success in life is regularity and punctuality. Any work assigned to the students should therefore, be done on time. The habit of regularity certainly enhances the charm and pleasantness of the job undertaken.
  5. If a student remains absent from the school without prior information for ten days continuously his/her name will be struck off the rolls.
  6. Parents and guardians are not allowed to visit their wards or teachers in the classroom without the permission of the Headmistress.
  7. Students must understand that a school is judged by the discipline and conduct of its students. They should always be polite and courteous to their teachers and elders.
  8. Pupils who are accompanied to be the attendants should never leave the school premises alone. In case of a delay, they should report to the school office. Pupils must be picked up punctually after school hours.
  9. No child is allowed to take half day in any case.
  10. A sick child should not be sent to school. In case of an emergency, the school will inform & the parents will be requested to take the child back.
  11. Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, neglect of homework, disobedience and disrespect towards the members of the school staff will be dealt with severely.
  1. Attendance, adding up to 75% of the total number of working days is compulsory for students.
  2. Pupils are strictly forbidden to leave the school premises during school hours.
  3. Use of abusive language is strictly prohibited.
  4. The school insists on the following measures to be observed by the members of staff and all the students. Care must be taken to observe the “green rules” in order to maintain clean, green surroundings. That is, school premises will not be littered with disposable tumblers, papers or polythene bags.
  5. Fire safety equipments have been put at strategic locations for the safety of our students. The school has been kept under a complete monitoring of CCTV Cameras.
  6. D.A.V. public school students should invariably be polite wherever they go. They should always remember that the school is judged by their conduct. They should greet their teachers when they meet them. Bullying and use of foul language are punishable offences.

KINDLY NOTE:-

It is extremely important that the student adhere to the code of conduct laid down by the school. On failing to do so, they will be dealt with severely without exemption.

  • SCHOOL TIMINGS

CLASSES: LKG & UKG                          7:55 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. (Monday to Friday)

                                                                  7:55 A.M. to 11:30 A.M. (Saturday)

CLASSES: 1 to VIII                                  7:55 A.M. to 1:50 P.M. (Monday to Friday)

                                                                  7:55 A.M. to 11:30 A.M (Saturday)

Second Saturday of every month will be a holiday for students.

ARRIVAL IN SCHOOL

The school gate will open in the morning at 7:30 a.m.

  1. School gate will close at 8:00 a.m. 5 minutes after the first bell rings.
  2. Late arrivals will not be allowed to enter the class after the bell has rung except in special cases as decided by the school authorities.
  3. Three late arrivals in a month would lead to strict disciplinary action.
  4. The school will not be responsible for any child in the school premises before 7:30 a.m.
  5. No student will be allowed to leave the school premises after entering the school.
  6. Parents should fill up RECORD FOR NON-ATTENDANCE for each day the student is absent for school, stating the reason for his/her absence.
  7. No one who has been absent on the previous day will be admitted to the class without a leave application from the parents, addressed to the class teachers stating the reason for absence.
  8. Leave can be granted on special grounds.
  9. All students returning to school after suffering from infectious or contagious diseases should produce a doctor’s certificate permitting him to do so.

MEETING THE HEADMISTRESS

Parents can meet the headmistress from 9 A.M. to 11 A.M. on all working days.

MEETING THE CLASS TEACHERS

Parents are called to the school on special P.T.M. organized by the school. The parents should attend the P.T.M. along with their wards. Students should come in proper school uniform to attend the PTM. In case of any emergency, parents are requested to meet the class teacher after school i.e. 1:50 P.M. to 2:30 P.M.

SCHOOL UNIFORM

   Compulsory from 1st April (SUMMER)

LKG TO V:     BOYS                       LKG TO III:             GIRLS

  1. Fawn shirt with checked border on shirt      1. Fawn shirt with checked cuffs.
  2. Checked shorts with gallace and pocket.     2. Checked tunic and checked tie

3. Fawn socks with stripes.                                 3. Fawn socks with stripes                                            With brown shoes                                              With brown shoes

VI TO VIII:        BOYS

1. Checked shirt with pockets

2. Fawn pants.

3. Fawn socks with stripes. With brown shoes

                                                 

IV TO VIII:                 GIRLS

1. Fawn shirt with checked border on pleated sleeves.

2. Checked pleated skirt and checked tie.

3.Fawn socks with stripes                                            With brown shoes                                             

WINTER UNIFORM :-

 

   EXPECTED TO CHNAGE

Instruction of Payment of FEES 2015-16

1.  Fee card must be produced on the payment of fee.

2. Payment can be made in cash only upto 13th of the month in which it is due as per the

    schedule.

3. Default in non- payment in the paying month attracts fine. Name of the ward

     is likely to be struck off from school roll for consecutive default for 3 months.

4. Fee counter will remain open on all working days other than public or Gazette holidays.

5. Any student who has not paid the fee till the month of September will not be

    allowed to sit for the Half Yearly Examination.

Parent Teacher Meeting

Parent’s teacher sessions are regularly conducted for an improved performance of the students and to make the parents of the respective students aware of their wards strengths and weaknesses.

Note:- Students should accompany their parents on the PTM day in proper school uniform.

  1.                                 CLASS                                                            TIMINGS

 

   08/05/15                               LKG to VIII                                         (1:50p.m.to 03:30p.m.)

                                                                                                       

   25/07/15                               LKG to VIII                                         (8:30a.m.to 12 noon)

                                                                                               (Display of Holidays Home Work)

 

29/08/2015                              II TO VII                                             (11:30a.m. to 1:30 p.m.)

 

   19/09/15                               LKG to VIII                                          (11:30a.m. to 1:30 p.m.)

                                                                                                      (1st reporting LKG to 2nd )

 

  17/10/15                                 LKG to VIII                                         (8:30a.m. to 11:00 a.m.)

                                                                                               (Half Yearly Result)  ( III to VIII)

 

   26/12/15                               LKG to VIII                                          (11:30a.m. to 1:30 p.m.)

                                                                                                      ( 2nd reporting LKG to 2nd )

 

   06/02/16                                LKG to VIII                                         (8:30a.m.to 11:30a.m.)

 

   March                                   LKG to VIII                                              Final Result 

 

Any change in the schedule will be intimated.

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As a part of a curriculum ‘HAWANS’ are performed in school premises weekly & on important days class-wise. Children are taught about the significance of HAWAN and about the impact of HAWAN on the surroundings, atmosphere and on our minds. They are told about the Purification of body and mind. To inculcate the values and tradition of Arya Samaj, the children are made to take part in performing HAWANS themselves by putting Samidha, Samagri in HAWANKUND. Gayatri mantras are chanted. Children learn to recite many more mantras.

ENVIRONMENT AND VALUE EDUCATION

  • To create awareness for the environment the curriculum will include concept of nature,

     components, important days and role as a responsible citizen.

  • Our aim is not just confined to the academics alone. It takes into account social skills, 

    emotional skills, value systems, behavior with each other, teacher, elders, proper manners

    and etiquettes, responsibility for one’s actions.

SCHOOL ASSEMBLY  +  Class Board

(Important days to be used for decoration of outside boards, class boards & for conducting the assembly)

 IMPORTANT DAYS

SALUTE TO LEGENDS

  1.  
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  1.  

DATE OF BIRTH

HEALTH IS WEALTH

World Health Day

  1.  

Pandit Lekhram (Arya Samajist)

  1.  

Arya Samaj Sathapna Diwas

  1.  

William Wordsworth (Poet)

  1.  

Bhimrao Ambedkar’s Birthday

  1.  

Leonardo Da Vinci (painter & Scientist)

  1.  

World Heritage Day

  1.  

Mahatma Hansraj (Arya Samajist & Founder of DAV)

  1.  

World Earth Day

  1.  

Raja Ravi Verma (Painter)

  1.  

World Book Day

  1.  

Karl Marx (Philosopher)

  1.  

MAA………….. NOTHING COULD BE BETTER THAN YOU

Labour Day

  1.  

Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore (Poet & Author)

  1.  

International Energy Day

  1.  

Sukhdev Thapar(Freedom Fighter)

  1.  

World Laughter Day

  1.  

Vinayak Damodar Savarkar(Freedom Fighter)

  1.  

World Red Cross Day

  1.  

Sant Kabir (Poet)

  1.  

Mother’s Day

  1.  

Prakash Padukone (Badminton Playr)

  1.  

World Tele Communication Day

  1.  

Guru Gopi Nath (Classical Dancer Kathakali)

  1.  

A FATHER IS SOMEONE WHO PLAYS LIKE A KID, GIVES ADVICE LIKE A FRIEND AND PROTECTS LIKE A BODY GUARD

DAV Foundation Day

  1.  

Amir Khusro (Sufi Musician & ocalist)

1253 CE

World Environment Day

  1.  

Tansen (Classical Music Composer & Vocalist)

  1.  

Father’s Day

  1.  

Maha Kavi Kalidas (Sanskrit Poet, Dramatist)

  1.  

World Music Day

  1.  

Guru Janki Prasad (Classical Dancer Kathak & Founder of Banaras Gharana)

  1.  

CREATIVITY TAKES COURAGE

Doctor’s Day

  1.  

Guru Ishwari Prasad (Classical Dancer Kathak, Founder Of Lucknow Gharana)

  1.  

Worl Population day

  1.  

Guru Bhanu Ji (Classical Dancer Kathak & Founder of Jaipur Gharana)

  1.  

Kargil Memorial Day

  1.  

Chandra Shehar Azad (Freedom Fighter)

  1.  

I LOVE MY INDIA

World Peace Day/Hiroshima Day

  1.  

Munshi Prem Chand (Writer)

  1.  

Quit India/Nagasaki Day

  1.  

Arya Bhatta (Mathematician)

476 AD

World Youth Day

  1.  

Brahma Gupta (Mathematician)

598 AD

India Independence Day

  1.  

Dr. Prafulla Chandra Ray(Chemist)

  1.  

National Sports Day

  1.  

Shivaram Rajguru (Freedom Fighter)

  1.  

GRANDPARENTS ARE THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE FUTURE GENERATION

National Teacher’s Day

  1.  

Dhyan Chand(Hockey Player)

  1.  

World Literacy Day

  1.  

Sarvepalli Radhakrishan (Educationist & philosopher)

  1.  

Hindi Diwas/swami Virjanand Jayanti

  1.  

Vishnu Sharma (Author of Panchtantra)

 

Gupta Era

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Ozone Day

  1.  

Henry Edward Roberts (Father of Personal Computer)

  1.  

International Peace Day

  1.  

Sardar Bhagat Singh(Freedom Fighter)

  1.  

World Tourism Day

  1.  

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Freedom Fighter& Father of Nation)

  1.  

 

CELEBRATE THE VICTORY OF FORCES OF GOOD OVER EVIL

Non Violence Day

  1.  

Lal Bahadur Shastri (Politician & Eminent Leader)

  1.  

World Habitat Day

  1.  

Lok Nayak Jai

  1.  

World Teacher’s Day

  1.  

Edson Arantes Do Nascimento ‘Pele’ (Football Player)

  1.  

World Wild Life Day

  1.  

Vempati Chinna Satyam

  1.  

Indian Air Force Day

  1.  

William Henery Bill Gates (Business Magnate & Computer Programmer)

  1.  

International Girl Child Day

  1.  

Diego Armando (football Player)

  1.  

UN International Day For

  1.  

Sardar Vallabh Patel (Freedom Fighter)

  1.  

Natural Disaster Reduction Rashtriya Ekta Diwas

  1.  

Dr. C.V. Raman (Physicist)

  1.  

DIYAS ARE GOD’S WAY OF TELLING US THAT THERE WILL ALWAYS LIGHT TO DRIVE AWAY DARKNESS………….

National Education Day

  1.  

Abul Kalam Azad (Freedom Fighter)

  1.  

Swami Dayanand Nirvan Diwas

     11-11-15

Pandit Jawahrlal Nehru (Freedom Fighter, Politician)

  1.  

Children’s Day

  1.  

Dr. Birbal Sahni (Botanist)

  1.  

World Environment Day

  1.  

Milkha Singh (Athletic)

  1.  

Balika Diwas

  1.  

James Naismith (Father of Basket Ball)

  1.  

NURTURING FAUTH IN VEDAS AND VEDIC DHARMA

International Human Rights Day

  1.  

Dr. Rajendra Prasad (Politician)

  1.  

National Energy Day

  1.  

Khudiram Bose (Freedom Fighter)

  1.  

Swami Shradhanand Balidan Diwas

  1.  

Charles Babbage (Father of Mechanical Computer)

  1.  

RESPECT THE CONSTITUTION OF FREE INDIA

Desh Prem Diwas

  1.  

Madan Mohan Malviya (Freedom Fighter & Founder of BHU)

  1.  

Indian Republic Day

  1.  

Dr. Hargovind Khurana (Biochemist)

  1.  

Lala Lajpat Rai Birthday

  1.  

Swami Vivekanand (Philosopher)

  1.  

Martyrs Day

  1.  

Netaji Subash Chandra Bose (Freedom Fighter)

  1.  

GODDESS SARASWATI IS THE LIGHT OF KNOWLEDGE, HOPE AND PEACE

National Science Day

  1.  

William G. Morgan (Father of Volleyball)

  1.  

LET US UNITE AND PAINT THE HEART WITH COLORS OF HAPPINESS

Swami Dayanand’s Birthday

  1.  

Lala Lajpat Rai(freedom Fighter & Arya Samajist)

  1.  

International Women’s Day

  1.  

Amrita Sher Gil (Painter)

  1.  

World Water Day

  1.  

Jai Shankar Prasad (Novelist, Poet)

  1.  

Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru’s Martyrdom Day

  1.  

Swami Shradhanand (Arya Samajist)

  1.  

Celebration of Religious Festivals.

Swami Dayanand (Contemporary Teacher of Vedanta & Founder of Arya Samaj)

  1.  

Sarojini Naidu ‘Nightingale of India’ (Poeyess, Freedom Fighter)

  1.  

Rukmini Devi Arundale (Classical Dancer Bharatnatyam)

  1.  

Saudra Gupta (Napoleon of India)

  1.  

Ram Manohar Lohiya (Freedom Fighter, Politician)

  1.  

ADDITION OF SMART CLASSES

To make the students technologically aware and to move ahead with this technological world Smart Boards have been added with module from Pre-school to class VIII.

Introduction of Digital Interactive Smart Board has already turned a classroom into an                                   e-Pathshala leaving behind the traditional chalk and talk method of teaching learning. Smart Boards have a CPUs, UPSs, e-pen, projector and the facility of teaching through presentations. Now teaching learning has become both easy and interesting as the e-boards are extremely student friendly.

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The school arranges frequent visits to places of interest. We believe in providing an all-round experience to the students for the total development of their personality.

Birthday celebration

  1. All the students from Class L.K.G. to VIII have to bring a POTTED PLANT on their Birthday, to add greenery in the school premises and to create environment awareness among them.
  2.  Students of L.K.G. & U.K.G. have to come in Casual dress on the last day of the month, for a     party in order to celebrate the B’days of all students falling in that particular month.
    1. Students from L.K.G. to IV can come in party dress and from V to VIII have to

  come only in school uniform on their B’days.

ADOPT A CHILD

Special care for a child is a motto which has been set in the school curriculum. Every teacher adopts a child whom she thinks she can guide, understands and provide the needed emotional, moral and educational support.

SPORTS ACTIVITIES

Games and sports are an integral part of education and a great deal of emphasis is laid on this aspect in this institution. The school provides various disciplines of games and sports such as:

CLASS L.K.G TO II

Outdoor play , play equipment (swings, slides, see-saw), ball activities, hand-ball, throw-ball, light games, roll the tyre, jump in and out the pit, make a tyre path, make a tunnel, movement games, racing, light and physical exercises, balancing, animal walk, self free expression, name games, small group project, nature walk, Duck walk, frog jump and indoor games.

                                                           CLASS III TO VIII

Athletic, Throw Ball, Basket Ball, Table Tennis, Kho-Kho, Badminton, Tug of War,  Judo, Yoga, Chess, Aerobics, Gymnastics, Skating and many more.

  1. CLASS: LKG to II
  • MUSIC CLUB: Songs, Bhajans & Mantra with instruments.                                         
  • FANTACY/SYMPHONY CLUB: Dance, Theatre                                           
  • JUDO & SPORTS CLUB:- Sports , fun games, yoga, meditation & judo.
  • KALAKRITI CLUB:- Clay molding, Diya Decoration, Collages etc                                           
  • LITERARY CLUB:- Weave  a story (framing story with helping words in English), Word  

                                   Bank (Dictionary), Rhyme recitation, Story Narration, Story book Reading

  • HEALTH CLUB:- Educating kids about good nutrition from an early age helps them create and maintain a well balanced, healthy life. Discussions on Breakfast Detective, Food champs, Dining Decisions, jump Brunch etc.
  • NURTURE/VALUE EDUCATION CLUB:- Respect for elders, How to dress up for

  different occasion, Respecting Nature, Teaching of correct posture, Helping your friends/guests/parents, telephonic conversation.                                                                          

  • CULINARY CLUB:- Non Fire cooking (Snacks & Beverages)

                                                                  

CLASS: III to VIII

  • ART & CRAFT:- The Art and Design Club of the school aims to teach children various

skills, not only to inculcate an aesthetic sense but also to ignite the spark of creativity.          

  • MUSIC :- The Music of the school helps to provide the right balance between curricular

      and co-curricular aspects of education..

  • DRAMATICS- The Literary club organizes Debates, Declamation Contest,

   Creative Writing, Spelling Contest, Essay Writing and Story Writing Contests throughout

      the year.

  • DANCE:- Under the guidance of the dance teacher, the children are taught the aerobics

    sessions, traditional as well as modern dances.        

  I.T CLUB:-  Our IT block is a state-of the-art resource centre where students not only

          learn about the latest in Information Technology but also carry out activities i.e animation

           presentations, movie making etc.

  • SCIENCE/ ECO:-Teacher adopts scientific approach to teach the students. Teachers believe in ‘learning by doing’. We organize various events related to this:-

1.  Rallies against pollution  2.Tree plantation    3.Campaign against plastic poly bags etc.          4. Neighborhood cleanliness drives    5.Global Warming issues, E-Waste

 GERMAN CLUB(Additional Language):-  It includes the study of alphabets, words & 

       numbers. Colors, name of nationality, reading and writing at earliest level.

TABLE TENNIS/YOGA/JUDO :-  The basic goal of a judoka is to take an opponent down by using their energy against them. From there, a judo practitioner will either gain a superior position on the ground or subdue an aggressor by employing a submission hold.

 CULINARY CLUB: - Motivates the students to be independent and guides to prepare                

nutritious (non flame) food.

SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

 Co-Curricular activities are an intrinsic part of the educational endeavor in a school. Keeping in view the importance of co-curricular activities for all-round development of the students, they are now complementary to curricular activities. These activities form the basic medium of learning for developing competence and making learning effective and everlasting for the child. The activities for the tiny tots have been planned in the manner to invoke feelings of joy and happiness in them. They will also experience the fervor and intensity of celebrations throughout the year.

CLASS- LKG & UKG

Activities will be held on Every Fourth Week of the Month

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1. Know about ME

2. Solo dance (dedicated to  mother)

  1.  

 

VALUE EDUCATION WEEK

 

 

 

 

1.Hindi Rhyme Recitation (using props)

2.Coloured Clay Modeling(Any fruit)

  1.  

 

 

1. ‘Rang Tarang’ Coloring Comp.

2. Patriotic (Dance)

 

INDEPENDENCE DAY, RAKSHA BANDHAN,

 

 

 

 

 
  1.  

 

 

1. Mukut sajaa (Crown Decoration)

2.Greeting card (for Teacher)

 

TEACHER’S DAY + JANAMASHTAMI CELEBRATION

 

 

 

 

 
  1.  

 

  1.  

         WEEK

 

 

 

 

 

1. Puppet show(Save /Love Animals)

2. Fancy dress (Helpers)

 

DUSSEHRA +  DIWALI  CELEBRATION

 

3. Hindi Recitation (Gandhi Ji)

 

 

 

 

SPORTS WEEK

 

NOVEMBER

 

1.Show and tell

2.Group Dance (with props)

 

  1.  

 

COLORS WEEK

 

1. Making face with paper plate

2. Story dramatization(Christmas)

 

CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR CELEBRATION

 

 

 

 

 

REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION

 

JANUARY/FEBRUARY

 

1. Dress—up(Dressing self)

2.

3. Rhythm with dance (Group dance)

 

      March:- Story Presentation with Props.     

 

                                          

 

 

 

 

CLASS – I  & II

Activities will be held on Every Third Week of the Month

MONTH

ACTIVITIES

  •  

 

  1. Know ME PLEASE
  2. Solo dance (dedicated to  mother)
  3. I as a techno(fancy dress)

JULY

 

VALUE EDUCATION WEEK

 

 

 

 

  1.  Poem –‘Healthy mind in a Healthy Body’

  2.  Fruit  chaat  dressing

AUGUST

 

 

1. Hindi poem recitation (Any freedom fighter)

2. Group song (Patriotic)

 

INDEPENDENCE DAY, RAKSHA BANDHAN

 

 

 

 

 

SEPTEMBER

 

 

 

1.Flute Decoration

2.Fill color on paper (coloring theme gift to teacher…….)

3.Photo Frame.

 

TEACHER’S DAY + JANAMASHTAMI CELEBRATION

 

 

 

 

 

OCTOBER

 

  1.  

         WEEK

 

 

1.Role play (Ramayan character)

2.Be a newspaper Reader.

 

DUSSEHRA +  GANDHI JAYANTI

 

 

 

 

 

NOVEMBER

 

SPORTS WEEK

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.Anti Cracker Campaign + Say No (wrapping paper)

 

DIWALI 

 

2. Quiz on G.K

 

3. Akshar Antakshri

DECEMBER

 

1. Show and tell

2. Boogie Woogie

3. Spring of dream(I, Dream To Be…………..)

 

CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR CELEBRATION

 

 

 

 

JANUARY/ FEBRUARY

  1. FANCY DRESS (I as  a Arya Samaj Leader)
  2. Play on Cartoon character)

 

REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION

 

 

 

 

 

      March:- Story Presentation with Props.     

SCHOOL HOUSE SYSTEM

The School has established a House system to encourage students to work together in unison, with Co-operation for healthy competition. The daily maintenance of discipline and cleanliness of the school is in the hands of the House on duty. The students have been divided into four houses, named Venus, Mars, Earth, and Saturn. The House Captain with House prefect will carry out the day-to-day responsibilities of the school. They have to organize a few Inter House Competitions and also conduct a special assembly.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF HOUSE ON DUTY

1.   Check the late-comers at the main gate of the school.

2.   Maintaining discipline in the morning assembly.

3.   Check movement of students without class pass.

4.   Smooth disciplined dispersal of the students.

5.   Decoration of Reception Boards.

CLASS:-  III -VIII

Activities will be held on Every Second Week of the Month

MONTH + HOUSE ON DUTY

III & IV

V to VIII

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1.Show and tell

2.Word  bank(make dictionary)

1.I, the Politician

2.Salad dressing .

3. Card for mother(MS-PAINT)

JULY

 

 

VALUE EDUCATION WEEK

 

1. I, am a disease(Health awareness)

2.Hindi skit theme

3.Character dramatization across the word with  their famous quotes

  1. 1.Vaccination drive (Story dramatization)

2. Hindi skit theme

3. Collage making on famous personalities of DAV.

 4. Foreign Dance (dedicate to the teacher)

AUGUST

1.Group Song

2.Just Dance(Solo)

3.Best Out of Waste (Recycled Material)

1. Play(Life sketch of Freedom Fighter)

2. Folk Dance

3.Flag Making

SEPTEMBER

 

 

 

1.Hindi Poem Recitation(Child labour)

2. Fashion Show

 

1. Mehandi rachao to teachers

2.Decorate palki for Krishna

3. Creating  movie on ‘my family’ on window movie maker

OCTOBER

 

 SCIENCE WEEK

 

 

 

 

 

1. Birthday Invitation card on MS-Word.

2. Paper bag/Gift wrapping

3. Quiz G.K

1.Paper craft item FOR (the Social + Helping the needy)

2. Biography  of Gandhi (1 Act play)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOVEMBER

 

 SPORTS WEEK

 

 

 

 

 

1.Small play(value for kids)

2.Quiz competition.(Lord Rama’s life)

3. Extempore.

4.Poetry of Body and Soul

1.Nukkad Natak

2. Scene on ‘Diwali’ in MS-Paint.

3. Lantern Making

4. Extempore

5. PPT Presentation (Why we need to be IT Savy).

DECEMBER

 

 

 

1. Greeting card-/Poster making in MS-Paint.

2. Spellathon (Spelling Competition)

 

1.Powerpoint presentation on ‘global warming’

2.Mask making

3. Magazine + newspaper holder.

JANUARY/ FEBRUARY

1. Play on (Independence Day /Republic Day/Peace of life).

3.Never miss a chance to dance(Group Dance)

1 . Present a culture of any state with food + dresses,+dances + festival +song

2Abhivyakti(on the spot drawing).

EVALUATION SYSTEM

(PRE SCHOOL- PRE PRIMARY)

The teacher evaluation process for these classes is according to the Early Education Development Programme (E.E.D.P.) introduced by the D.A.V. Education Board. The programme designed herein intends to help children grow, learn and develop physically, socially, emotionally, morally and intellectually, thus catering to his/her over-all development. There would be no formal tests and the child would be evaluated on the basis of his/her day to day performance. However, surprise tests would be held from time to time to check the child’s alertness.

Purpose of Teaching

1.     To enhance language ability by using language skills.

2.     To make children feel wanted and loved in order to fulfill their emotional needs.

3.     To stimulate muscles by constant use i.e. physical development.

4.     To help children in their social development.

5.     To facilitate development of cognitive skills.

6.     All round development of the student to make the learning process enjoyable.

7.      To inculcate moral values through prayers, telling stories.

EVALUATION FOR CLASSES I & II

In class I &II we are already following the EEDP presented by the D.A.V Education Board. The child will be evaluated continuously throughout the year in various areas of learning set in the curriculum. Tests will be conducted from time to time for continuous evaluation. The child will be graded on the basis of this evaluation. The teachers evaluate the performance of the child continuously throughout the year in various areas of learning and for the same prepare the checklist after the completion of a particular activity.

TERM I                      -           April to August

TERM II                                 September to December

TERM III                               January to March

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1.     Class Tests       2.         Note Books.      3.         Report Card.     4.         Project work/Activity.

5.     Behavior and moral values.

EVALUATION FOR CLASSES III & VIII

To enhance and improve the overall performance of your ward the system of evaluation for classes III to VIII will be continuous. The students will be tested in his/her reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in the languages, activities and projects in other subjects.

 

        C.B.S.E. has introduced the CCE, CCE means Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation.

  • It will evaluate both scholastic and co-scholastic areas.
  • It will have Formative and Summative Assessment.
  • Formative assessment will be done by the teacher to continuously monitor student progress and Summative assessment will test the syllabus in a pen-paper test.
  • Formative assessment carries 40% weight age and Summative assessment has 60% weight age and both will be reflected in the Report card.
  • Co-scholastic areas include behavior, discipline, life skills, attitudes, values, literary & creative skills, scientific skills, aesthetic skills, performing arts & clubs and physical education.
  • Those who do not get grade (D and above), shall not be permitted for admission to the next class.
  • The candidates who obtain grade E1 or E2 in a subject will have to improve their performance through subsequent attempts.
  •        Only those who get qualifying certificates shall be eligible for admission in higher classes.
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Scholastic and Co-Scholastic Assessment

SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT

Formative Assessment                 Summative Assessment.

1.     Class tests in class III & IV                   1.      MCQ

        and U.T. in V to VIII

2.     Projects                                                2.      Short Answers

3.     Group Discussion                                 3.      Long Answers

4.     Assignments/CW/HW                          4.      Written Examination

5.     Class Participation                                5.      Half yearly / Final Exam

6.     Presentations

CO-SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT

1.     Life Skill                       2.Social Skills               3.Emotional Skills                     4.Values

5.     Attitude towards

        a) Teacher                                                     b) Student / Peer

        c) School Program                                         d) Environment

6.     Thinking Skills (Creative and Critical Thinking)

7.     Co-curricular Activities.

The Weight age of Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA) shall be as follows:

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Weight age

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Formative Assessment

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Summative Assessment

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Total 100%

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Marks                                Grade                                  Grade Point

91-100                                 A1                                             10.0

81-90                                   A2                                               9.0

71-80                                   B1                                               8.0

61-70                                   B2                                               7.0

51-60                                   C1                                               6.0

41-50                                   C2                                               5.0

33-40                                   D                                                 4.0

21-32                                   E1                                                ---

20 and below                       E2                                                ---

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT I              -             05th May to 15th May, 2015

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT II             -             06th  July to 16th July, 2015

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT I             -           -            3rd  Week of September, 2015

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT III                         -           1st December to 10th December, 2015

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT IV               -        16th January to 27th January, 2016.

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT II                        -           3rd Week of February, 2016

 

Tuesday, Friday Class Test (Formative Assessment) for Class III and IV

SPECIAL INCENTIVE

 On the basis of good performance, Chart will be prepared and displayed in the class monthly. Child will be  given a batch for the month and will be gifted after every three months.                                    

  4 STARS required for a gift                LKG to II

  5 STARS required for a gift             III to VIII

SCHOLARSHIP FOR MERITORIOUS STUDENTS

1. For class I to VIII students securing A1 & A2 grades will be awarded.

2. Students securing highest marks in Class V and VI will be awarded a scholarship of Rs.150/ per

    month for a period of nine months.

  1. Special Tie will be given to meritorious students.

NOTE:-Students who are availing any kind of incentive (Fee Concession) will not be entitled for the above mentioned scholarship.