Inter-class Extempore competition was held at Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar on the theme of ‘Waste management’ to celebrate ‘Greenery Day’. Classes XI-XII participated in the event. The participants suggested multifarious ways to tackle e-waste, nuclear waste or utilize waste to enhance economic growth. Jayesh Sohal and Harshpreet Singh Pruthi won the awards for being the best orators. Adeba Siddique, Yashika, Harjot and Sanchit also got awards for their stupendous performance. The Principal Mrs. Tajinder Pal Kaur gave away the prizes to the prize – winners and appealed to the audience to implement the valuable values into practice. The event came to an end with the national anthem.
Role Play (11-05-2018)
ROLE PLAY ON WASTE MANAGEMENT IN SWAMI SANT DASS PUBLIC SCHOOL
Environmental issues are the burning topics of the present age and how to manage waste is the most difficult task. In order to sensitize the students, an interactive role play activity was organized is Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar. A special school assembly was convened and the students read out various environment related issues and suggested solutions. A short skit was enacted by the students with great zest and propounded the idea of intelligent ways of waste management and how students can make a great contribution to the society. The event ended with a happy note leaving the students learning something significant.
Treasure from Trash (12-05-2018)
‘TREASURE FROM TRASH’ ACTIVITY ORGANISED AT SWAMI SANT DASS PUBLIC SCHOOL Treasure from Trash is a practical training on how to turn everyday trash into treasure and provided hands on experience to artistic and creative ways to use trash. Keeping in view this activity was organized in Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar. The event Kick-started with enthusiastic participation of classes IX and X. Students’ creations ranged from a simple bird shelter to complex items as dresses vacuum cleaner, decorative items. Participants used common recyclable materials as – cardboards, straw, plastic bags, boxes, bangles, bottles. Many of the inventions were not practised but showed great promise to the future generations.
The judges assessed them on the basis of their originality, practicality aesthetic aspect and creativity. The winners were given away the prizes. The objective was to make students draw the conclusions that recyclable and compostable trash can benefit environment and even make some of their trash an environment treasure.
Demonstration of Vermi Composting(14-05-2018)
AN EXCURSION TO LA JERSERY BY SWAMI SANT DASS PUBLIC SCHOOL
This week has been incredible with new experience round everywhere as an excursion to La Jersery meant for vermicomposting was organized for the students of Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar. As a responsible member of the planet we must work to create a waste diversion and recycling program that optimize and create a positive impact in school. An excursion for the students to La Tersery is a different experience to learn in totally different environment. A demonstration of the process enhanced their knowledge and provided them hands on experience to know how worms are friends to farmers and can act as boosters in organic farming. The guides enriched the team with facts and provided a panoramic view of the subject knowledge.
The objective was successfully achieved to study current practices related to waste management for human well being among the poorly rendered services in the basket.
PAPER REUSABLITY AND RECYCLING ACTIVITY (04-06-2018)
As a part of waste management project, a paper Reusability and Recycling activity was organized in Swami Sant Dass Public School and to make sure others taking positive environmental action. The students and teachers learnt the various processes of making recycled paper from cardboard as it is an organic waste from trees and can be recycled any number of times as possible. The activity explained a methodical process of recycling paper and cardboard, which included the sorting to pulping and to finished product.
It’s a far better way than simply tossing them out in the trash and the activity was quite helpful in developing the sense of environmental consciousness.
(1) Bhavneet (X-B)- First
(2) Mankirat (IX-A)- Second
(3) Kriti (IX-C) -Third
(4) Bhawna (X-B)- Third
(5) Samridhi (IX-C)- Consolation
COMPOSTING – A WAY TO SAVE (09-06-2018)
Today’s students are hungry for work that is real, for learning that is meaningful A project that was based on composting as a teaching strategy was organized in Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar. Composting provides a way for waste management. Students learnt that reduce, reuse and recycle are major corollaries of composting. A demonstrative activity made them to take responsibility for their learning as they make decisions, create solutions to problems that interest them. The project had two practice steps. In information part – information was raised among students and in Practice Step – the process of composting was taught. Thus the students learnt that biological wastes can save our world more than us and now we have more hopes and plans for a better world for the future.