Gurukul Global School organised Yoga Session for its staff members
Physical fitness is a general state of health and well being and it is the mantra of today s generation. To inculcate the habit of physical fitness , a Yoga session was organised at Gurukul Global School for its staff members. Yoga is a practice to bring body parts together to make a balance of body, mind and soul. It is useful to control mind and body and it also reduces the stress and anxiety which is part of every educator s life. The staff members enjoyed the yoga session thoroughly and participated in it with great zeal. The resource person for the session was Ms Sunila who is a renowned yoga and aerobics trainer.
List of Lucky Draw students for Fete 2017.
1. Sachit Grover (Nursery Green) - 3000/- 2. Aaditya Rohita (IV-C)- 2000/- 3. Janya (IV-D)- 2000/- 4. Tanish (VI-C)- 1000/- 5. Aaditya Goyal (VI-A) - 1000/- 6. Taptej S. Chugh (VI-A) - 1000/- 7. Purv Nirmal (XI-Commerce) - 1000/- 8. Abhishek Luthra (VII-D) - 500/- 9. Nirbhay Sharma(XI-Humanities) - 500/- 10.Yatharth Rajput (III-A) - 500/- 11. Khushagra (VIII-C) 500/- 12. Shivin Goyal (VII-C) 500/- 13. Dhriti (II-A) 500/- 14. Turnashu (V-A) 500/- 15. Khyatti Bagga (IV-C) 500/-
Fun came hopping at Gurukul Global School s Welfare Fete and Art Extravaganza.
Charity is an exercise, a discipline of shaping our character to become less of me but more of us. Even the smallest of donations makes a large impact as it makes our community a better place to live. Keeping the thought in mind, Gurukul Global School organised a grand Welfare Fete and Art Extravaganza in school premises on 23rd December 2017 . The magical event was inaugurated by the President of the School Ms Neena Setya. The Globalites showed a lot of passion in preparing art exhibits for the show. The school premises was all decked up in colourful stalls and an array of beautiful flowers all around. The event was full of vivaciousness and leisure. Several food and games stalls were put up by the students with many exciting games and rewards. The fun games were a major attraction for the young and the old. Bachpan Ki Galli gave a chance to everyone to relive their childhood by playing marbles, stapoo , pithoo garam to name a few. Several food stall were also put up by teachers, students as well as the parents which were a major hit amongst everyone. The carnival started with enjoyment and ended with lots of happiness and it had an optimistic charm in itself. The funds collected would be used for the betterment of deprived students of the school.
Globalites conducted Special Assembly to celebrate Christmas
As the Christmas fever has gripped everyone and to keep the celebrations and tradition alive, the students of Classes I and II of Gurukul Global School organised a special assembly . The school choir presented the beautiful rendition of the famous carol Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer. The young tots mesmerized the audience with a scintillating dance performance on the foot tapping song Jingle Bells. It was followed by solo performances by the students. Santa Claus distributed sweets amongst the students. The Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar congratulated the students and motivated them to donate for charity and also participate in the upcoming school fete. She appreciated the efforts of the teachers and the students and wished them Merry Christmas.
Trinity College Piano Grade -2 Exam
Aira of Class-II scored 90% in Piano Exam at Trinity Music College, London
Globalites participated enthusiastically in the Inter house activities based on the theme Christmas
Christmas cheer is in the air to bring warmth in this season and keeping the tradition alive, Gurukul Global School organised a plethora of activities based on the theme Christmas. The Globalites made beautiful Christmas crafts, pen holders, table mats, photo frames, file folders etc. to name a few. The students were excited about the activities and put their best foot forward to show case their talent.
Outstanding performance by Globalites in PHEGIVEF ( National Art and Craft Competition)
The students of Gurukul Global School participated in 6th National Art and Craft Competition conducted by PHEGIVEF and won 57 awards in all. The students clinched 24 Gold Medals, 23 Silver Medals, 3 Phegivef Creative Awards and 2 Phegivef Outstanding Awards. The Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar was awarded with Kala Bhooshan Award. Ms Vijayata Gulati (HOD Art and Craft), Ms Kanika Sabharwal (Primary Art Teacher) and Ms Harsimran Kaur ( Kingergarten Art Teacher), each of them were also awarded with Kala Bhooshan Award. It was a proud moment for everyone.
Globalites donated woolens in collaboration with Yuvsatta
To sensitize young students for a better India and to make this world a better place to live in, Gurukul Global School in collaboration with Yuvsatta (NGO) donated woolens for young children in the State of Jammu and Kashmir, which is going through a lot of turmoil . The Globalites donated the sweaters along with the Thank You card. This child to child endeavor of love and friendship will certainly generate much needed warmth and goodwill to further sustain and strengthen the spirit of India.
Globalites celebrated Childrens Day with gaiety and fervor.
It was a fun filled morning, as the students of Gurukul Global School were excited to celebrate Childrens Day. A special assembly was organised by the teachers . The assembly included morning prayers followed by group song and bhajan by the teachers. The students were also dressed in fancy attires and gave a spectacular performance on the stage. They remembered Pandit Jawaharlal and celebrated the love that he had for all the students. Different activities were also organised for the students like story telling competition using stick puppets, drawing competition on the theme Childrens Fantasy etc. The students enjoyed very much as the teachers left no stone unturned to make this day special for them.
Disciplined Students Awarded with Night Camp
Excited students could be seen entering the premises on the bright Saturday morning of 4th Nov, 2017. They were very excited for the activities ahead. After depositing their bags at the designated places, they cheerily entered the school bus to watch movie ‘Thor’. The latest Sci-Fi movie at DT Cinema, IT Park, Chandigarh. Popcorns & Cold Drinks for all made it a refreshing experience. Students came back for lunch which they enjoyed immensely. After lunch and a little rest they dressed up in their finest dresses and enjoy the sun and the unique excitement at Sector-17 Plaza. In the evening they came back to school totally satisfied, but not tired. They came back to school and enjoy the reverberations of the DJ music & the bone fire. Nubile feet dancing tirelessly to the beats of Punjabi, Bollywood & Hollywood music, could be brought to rest only with an informative KBC Quiz. Surprisingly they were enthusiastic though even enjoy this at the end of an exciting day. The children were really happy when they saw their favorite Chinese dishes on the dinner table. Nonetheless they moved to their sleeping area, not to sleep but to further gossip and enjoy the darkness in the company of their dear friends. Next day, at 6:45, once again bubbling with excitement, the young Globlites entered in the bus for their morning walk at Sukhna Lake. Enjoying the scenic beauty of rising Sun and calm water, they walked and jogged the entire stretch of the lake; from corner to corner. Back to school, they enjoyed the streaming hot breakfast with heavy hearts. Around 10:00; we bid adieu to them.
Gurukul Global School conducted a Mock Drill to day i.e on Tuesday, 7th November, 2017. with an objective of training the students on Disaster Management. The Drill was planned on the lines of the evacuation plan made by the school architect, teachers and the students. There were about 1240 students present in their classes. Prior to it a safety audit was conducted to collect complete information of the safety equipment present in the school and the measures adopted by the school to ensure safety in times of disaster. The mock drill was conducted very smoothly. All the students, teachers and other employees evacuated the school building quickly in five minutes as soon as the fire alarm was pressed on. Later on the convenor of the Disaster Management Committee Ms. Leena Khaneja addressed the students highlighting the importance of safety measures.
Globalites won Four Gold and One bronze medal in Taekwondo Championship
2nd NTTA Classic Open National Teakwondo Championship 2017 was held at Sector 10 Chandigarh. The students of Gurukul Global School won Gold and Bronze medals in the Championship. Charanjit Singh, Inderdeep Singh Devansh Kumar and Yuvraj Singh won Gold medals each and Shagunpreet won Bronze medal. The students were congratulated and appreciated by the Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar.
Globalites clinched Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in Skating Competition
CBSE Cluster North Zone Skating Competition was held in S.S.International School, Karnal . The students of Gurukul Global School performed excellently and clinched many medals in different categories. Nanki Sandhu won Gold medal in Under-14 category, Haren Chaudhary and Panav Mahajan won Silver medal each in Under-14 and Under-12 category . Last but not the least Akshadha Sharma won Bronze medal in Under-11 category. All the winners were appreciated for their efforts.
7th Tirak Taekwondo International championship 2017
City Boy Inderdeep Singh who is studying at Gurukul Global School, Manimajra in class 5th Won Bronze Medal in 11-12 Years Old, class C 34-38 Kg (KYORUGI), NTTA INDIA, Which was held on 21st october 2017 at John Paul II Sports Center,Assumption University, Bankok Thailand.
Indian Federation of United Nations Association
Indian Federation of United Nations Association in collaboration with UNIC for India and Bhutan and UNESCO awarded Ms Urvashi Kakkar, Principal Gurukul Global School, Chandigarh in a glittering Award Ceremony organised at UNESCO Auditorium, New Delhi on 30th October 2017. The special ceremony was organised to mark and celebrate 72 years of India s induction into UN. Eminent speakers and personalities shared their views and opinions on the role played by UNITED NATIONS as an International body in maintaining World Peace. Ms Urvashi Kakkar has been awarded the Ambassador of Peace and Mission Knowledge a unique program launched by IFUNA, UNIC and UNESCO to propagate the ideals and vision of UN amongst todays youth.
Special Assembly on the occasion of Rashtriya Ekta Diwas
The students of Gurukul Global School organised a special assembly on the occasion of Rastriya Ekta Diwas. The day is celebrated to pay tribute to Vallabhbhai Patel, who was instrumental in keeping India united. The students presented beautiful poem on Rastriya Ekta Diwas. The students took a pledge to preserve the unity, integrity and security of the nation. The observance of this day provides an opportunity to re-affirm inherent strength of our nation to withstand actual threats to unity, integrity and security of our country.
Globalites conducted a Special Assembly on Solid Waste Management
In order to spread the message of maintaining clean and green surroundings, the students of Gurukul Global School were given a project on Solid Waste Management. As a part of this unique initiative, students conducted an exhaustive research and audit on the types of solid wastes generated at their homes and in public places like a school, a shopping mall and a hospital - DT Mall and Government Hospital Sector 6, Panchkula, respectively. They collected complete data on the quantum of solid waste generated at these places and categorized them into broad categories- Biodegradable and Non- Biodegradable. Going a step ahead they also conducted an analysis on the disposal methods followed for the solid wastes generated; at home, in school, in the Mall and the Hospital. They quantified the data in the form of graphs and pie charts. The specially crafted team shared the complete information with the other students of the school during assemblies and motivated them to devise ways to reduce the quantum of wastes generated and manage it well.
Visit to Old Age Home
The life of a man consists not in seeing visions and in dreaming dreams, but in active charity and in willing service. Gurukul Global School believes in giving first hand experience to the learners and as a part of school s initiative to sensitize the young learners towards the aged and the needy a visit was organised to the Old Age Home, Sector 15 Panchkula. The students shared their experiences and offered them cookies, cakes etc. It was a joyous experience for all the students to visit Old Age Home and interact with the inmates. The visit was an eye opener for the Globalites.