‘Talent is the multiplier. The more energy and attention you invest in it, the greater the yield. The time you spend with your best is, quite simply, your most productive time.’
An admirable talent is a gift for the soul, groom it and nurture it. Talented children steal the show wherever they go. Everyone has a talent, ability, or skill that he can support to succeed in life. To recognise talent of our students, Taent Hunt was organised in the school premises. On the first day of talent search, students showcased their singing skills in various forms. They sang folk, english songs as well as shabads. The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also appreciated their talent and motivated them.
The students presented their skills in playing musical instruments like guitar, Tabla, Harmonium & Casio etc. They performed immaculately showing their ability that made everyone to clap.
"THE SUN IS HOT, BUT THE WATER IS COOL. COME, SPLASH AND PLAY FOR A PARTY IN THE POOL."
EVERYTHING GOOD AND MAGICAL HAPPENS WHEN SUMMER MEETS WATERSwami Sant Dass Kindergarten organized a pool party for Nursery kids, to welcome the summer season and start of vacation. Friends, sun, water and music was a perfect combination for total enjoyment. Children came in cute swimming costumes and water glasses. They played games and enjoyed in the water with balls,
slides and splish -splash.
They danced to the tunes of peppy songs. Everyone had lots of fun. Summer vacation starts from 29.5.23 and it was a good start for the holidays. They were also served with some refreshment later. It was a joyful day for all.
Summers are the same we are the ones who are changing.
"STORY TELLING IS THE MOST POWERFUL WAY TO INTRODUCE IDEAS TO THE WORLD TODAY "
Storytelling is an art of narrating or unfolding the narratives of a story. It has been a part of our culture and tradition for centuries or we can say from the start of civilization. Stories teach us about life, about ourselves, and others. Storytelling is a unique way for students to develop an understanding, respect and appreciation for other cultures, and can promote a positive attitude to people from different lands, races and religions. Competitions are the best way to build the confidence in children. Keeping this in mind, a STORY TELLING COMPETITION was conducted in Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten to enhance the confidence and speaking skills of the students. The tiny tots of UKG participated in the competition actively and enthusiastically. They performed well, narrating their favourite stories with props, actions, voice modulation and impressive expressions.
ਜਪਉ ਜਿਨ ਅਰਜਨ ਦੇਵ ਗੁਰੂ
ਫਿਰਿ ਸੰਕਟ ਜੋਨਿ ਗਰਭ ਨਾ ਆਯਉ
Guru Arjun Dev Ji was the first martyr of the Sikh religion and is known for his great work. We paid our enormous respect to the great guru for the sacrifices he had made. During this occasion a special assembly was organised. Ms Amanjit Kaur ( Punjabi Department) delivered a speech .She explained that Guru Arjan Dev Ji encouraged the Sikhs to contribute Daswandh (one tenth of the earnings) for community purposes. Guru Arjan Dev Ji was a great thinker, illustrious poet, a practical philosopher and a celebrated saint. He practiced humility and forgiveness. He preached truth, contentment and contemplation. On this occasion Jasreet of class 6th also recited a poem depicting the teachings of Guru Ji. The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also advised students to follow the path of truthfulness and service to humanity as sole purpose of our existence is to find goodness in every aspect of life.
"LIFE IS THE BIGGEST FANCY DRESS COMPETITION WHERE TIME DECIDES THE PLATFORM, THEME AND AUDIENCES.
Scholastic and co-scholastic activities have an equal importance in school programme for the all round development of the child. Keeping this in view, Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten , conducted Fancy Dress Competition for the students of nursery class.
The competition helped to blend learning with fun and culture and also develop confidence in the students. The effort and hard work of children , teachers and parents were highly commendable. The competition proved to be a great learning experience for the students and gave them a platform to explore their talents.
"MOTHER": The most beautiful word on the lips of mankind.
Poem recitation is one of the important and effective modes of learning a language and appreciating a piece of literature. Taking all these facts into consideration the children of L.K.G of Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten celebrated Mother's Day by reciting rhymes paying homage to the love of mother's. The students got an opportunity to exhibit their talent and confidence. The children came up with different poems and recited them with great zeal and enthusiasm. The students of UKG made cards, wall hangings and photo frames celebrating Mother's Day.
Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten wishes a Happy Mother's Day to all the beautiful Mothers.
Empathy is a deep set feeling found in the core of our heart. Every human being has an unburnt spark of humanity that teaches us to love humanity. We at our school, try best to instill the feelings to understand others, to help underprivileged. Under this only our soft hearted students helped some underprivileged children in their neighbourhood, raised donations for SMILE FOUNDATION ( an institution which is working for the uplift meant of underprivileged children)Students clicked a pic with them to show ‘Yes We care’.
The principal Dr.Sonia Mago sensitised children about realities of life , to bestow kindness upon others, show empathetic feelings and to do service to humanity propagating our motto of our school too.
Government of India has declared 11th May as ‘National Technology Day’. It has been celebrated in the school to showcase scientific achievements of technology breakthroughs since 2014, commemorating 25th year of National Technology Day. In this context, a speech by Ms. Mandeep Kaur (Science Department) was delivered to ignite young minds about scientific acumen and various achievements in scientific fields. She explained how science can be a boon for all of us and how to utilise it for scientific innovations.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago, a physicist also believes in the power of science. She also interacted with students and explained how science affects our lives, presence of science in our day to day life. The students also enjoyed this tech discussion and felt motivated too.
Young generation has pocket full of ideas to lead the country. Their talent should not go wasted.
To provide a platform to their ideas a business ideathon competition ‘Money Horse Tank’ was organised for classes 11-12. They presented their marvellous eye opening ideas to make everyone tap the desks in appreciation.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also admired their business skills and motivated them not to let the spark go as they will hold the reins of future India to make it Incredible India.
Be inquisitive to be quizzical. A quiz is the best assessment of your efficiency, time management and knowledge.
A quiz contest was conducted for classes 5-6. There were various questions based on current affairs, mathematics and literature.
The quiz was won by Gursehaj 5th A, Pratistha Sharma 6th C,
Manan Sharma 6th A.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago congratulated them and also motivated them to prepare for higher levels too.
I DON’T THINK OUT OF THE BOX,
I JUST THINK, WHAT I CAN DO WITH THE BOX’
Creativity demands challenging solutions to normal things. To instill creativity among students, a plethora of activities was held for classes 1-8 as the students showcased their skills in various challenging competitions.
For classes 1-2 ‘ Calligraphic Strokes’ ,
for 3-4 ‘ Origami’ ,
for 5-6 ‘ Creative Writing’
for 7-8 ‘ Tile Painting’ and
for 9-10’ Mock Parliament
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago appreciated their talent and motivated them to follow their passion.
‘Dhan Dhan Guru Amar Dass ji Sahib’
Parkash Purab of Guru Amardass Ji was celebrated with religious rhythms as the students recited a shabad in the morning assembly. Ms. Gurminder Kaur( Pbi Department) delivered a speech on the life amd teacings of guru sahib. Guru Amar Dass Ji emphasized both spiritual pursuits as well as an ethical daily life. He was also a social reformer and promoted equality among prevalent inequalities.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago advised the students to follow the righteous path as this path may be difficult but leads to truthfulness.
Education is not only about studies,
it is the allround development of children.
For this holistic and overall development of the children weekly activities are conducted in Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten. Today UKG kids presented their dancing skills. They danced to the tunes of a variety of songs, on the theme : emotions.
LKG students performed well in block building race and paper bag decoration.
Nursery children participated in paper plate decoration and puzzle race. Winners were awarded prizes and medals by Principal Dr. Sonia Mago. A motivational story of Tenaliram winded up the function. Everyone enjoyed the activities.
Real strength comes with helping others.
Labour day was celebrated in Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten to acknowledge the hardwork and duties of our community helpers.
Children dressed up like the community helpers. They also presented cards to the school helpers and expressed gratitude for their help. They thanked the helpers of the school for making it a better place. The helpers too were happy and excited after this felicitation.
A leader is one who knows the way goes the way and shows the way.
Leadership is a quality which is nurtured and has its seeds sown in childhood itself.
Investiture ceremony of Swami Sant Das Kindergarten was celebrated with great energy and excitement.
Principal Dr. Sonia Mago honoured the head boy, head girl, assistant head boys and assistant head girls. She guided them for their future responsibilities. The monitors, prefects and marshals also took their oaths . Students were ready to take on their duties for the running session 2023-24. All the office bearers were given badges.
The ceremony ended with a motivational song sung by UKG students.
'INVESTING OF POWER'MARKS INVESTITURE CEREMONY OF STUDENTS COUNCIL OF SWAMI SANT DASS PUBLIC SCHOOL
JAYANT AND SAMEEKSHA APPOINTED HEADBOY AND HEADGIRL
"Great leaders don't tell you what to do, they show you how it's done."
The new students council was formed for the session 2023-24 in a grand investiture ceremony at Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar. The students council is instrumental in developing responsibility and leadership among the students as they take on important positions to oversee the smooth functioning of various arenas of school discipline and administration. The students stepped proudly on stage to the beat of the school band to receive their badges of honour, recognition and responsibility. The new School Head Boy and Head Girl Jayant (XC) and Sameeksha(X-B) respectively were sworn in and took their oath. Shambhavi (V-B) and Sehajpal (IV-C) were selected as junior Head Boy and Head Girl. Principal Dr Sonia Mago donned the badges on the new office bearers. Assistant Head Boy and Head Girl and Deputy Head Boy and Head Girl also administered the oath of new appointment. The Captains, Vice Captains, Junior Captains and Sports Captains of the four houses-Shakespeare House, Kalidas House, Mahadevi Verma House and Bhai Veer Singh House were also given the oath of their new responsibility and their badges were pinned on by the respective House Mistresses.
Earth Day, which falls on April 22 this year was celebrated in the school campus with messages to take care of our beautiful planet Earth. The students and teachers of Kalidas House presented a meaningful and touching show to be responsible citizens by taking care of nature and all its beautiful components by reducing
pollution, removing plastic from our routine and conserving water. Principal Dr. Sonia Mago planted a sapling on this occasion. She congratulated the new members of Students Council and motivated them to be responsible in administering duties bestowed on them.
Education is the most powerful tool which can be used to make the world a better place.
Hardwork and perseverance always pay and little scholars of Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten proved it once again .
Toppers of the session 2022-2023 were awarded with certificates and school acknowledged the achievements of the brilliant students. Principal Dr. Sonia Mago gave away the certificates and motivated the students to work harder in their future.
DON'T THINK ABOUT WHAT CAN HAPPEN IN A MONTH. DON'T THINK ABOUT WHAT CAN HAPPEN IN A YEAR. JUST FOCUS ON THE 24 HOURS IN FRONT OF YOU AND DO WHAT YOU CAN TO GET CLOSER TO WHERE YOU WANT TO BE.
Hardwork and consistency is the only mantra of true success. Only a winner knows the price of success.
The students who attained meritorious positions in session 2022-23 were appreciated in the morning assembly by principal Dr. Sonia Mago. The winners were given certificates and lauded the efforts put by them.
Baisakhi is a day to reap a rich harvest of hardwork, dedication and sincere efforts.
The day was celebrated with great excitement amidst hued laughters and vibrant faces. This is also an auspicious day when Guru Gobind Singh Ji established Khalsa Panth and the day holds special importance in the history of Punjab.
On this special day, a musical show was put up by musical department. Ms. Sadhna (Hindi department) delivered a speech to commemorate the importance of this festival. As 14th April marks Ambedkar Jayanti, she also explained the role of Dr. Ambedkar in the framing of our constitution.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago interacted with the students and motivated them to be law abiding as well as responsible citizens of the country. She with an interesting story explained the importance of hardwork and dedication in student life also.
It's time to rejoice ,dance and harvest our golden crop.
When a farmer sees his swinging crops in the field he is filled with pride and joy and Baisakhi is the festival to harvest his hard earned crop.
Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten wishes you all a very happy Baisakhi . It is the chief harvesting festival of our very own Punjab. This festival holds a great cultural and religious significance. Little kids dressed up like Punjabi mutiyar and gabru danced and enjoyed the tune of 'jatta aayi Baisakhi. '
May God bless you all with growth, health and peace on this auspicious day.
“When you have a dream, you've got to grab it and never let go."
After class 10 there is a forked road to chase your dreams. A crucial stage is to have a great and smart choice to stand abreast with time. Today class 11 students were welcomed in a special orientation programme to motivate them and to inspire them how to handle stress also.
During this event the President, Mahamandleshwar Swami Shantanand Ji Maharaj blessed the students with his divine and great words. The Manager of school Dr. Ajit Singh Rajpal Ji also addressed the students. The Director of the school Ms. Anju Mehta also held a short interactive session with students.
The Principal Dr. Sonia Mago motivated students and gave tips to manage time. Overall the motive was to instill enthusiasm among children and positivity for their future.
New beginnings are magical. Beginnings are the gateways to newer, brighter paths.
First day of session was celebrated in Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten.
Vansh of UKG C recited a rhyme on 'My School '. UKG students performed a dance number which everyone enjoyed.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago welcomed the students and encouraged them to work hard. All the students enjoyed the morning assembly and promised to do their best.
‘We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.’
New things are learnt with new beginnings. New session started with much zeal and zest as all the students entered the premises of their alma mater with anticipation to enrich themselves. A colourful and serene musical show including a group song and ganesh vandana was presented by the students. All the students enjoyed it well.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago interacted with the students and delivered good values, lessons to be successful and laid stress upon consistency in their efforts. Alongwith that she also congratulated all students for their upgradation to new grades and wished good luck for their future endeavours.
ਲਿਖ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ, ਬੋਲ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ,
ਇਸ ਮੌਕੇ ਸਕੂਲ ਦੇ ਪ੍ਰਿੰਸੀਪਲ ਡਾ. ਸੋਨੀਆ ਮਾਗੋ ਨੇ ਵਿਦਿਆਰਥੀਆਂ ਨੂੰ ਆਪਣੀ ਮਾਂ – ਬੋਲੀ ਦਾ ਸਤਿਕਾਰ ਕਰਨ, ਸੱਭਿਆਚਾਰ ਨਾਲ ਜੁੜਨ ਅਤੇ ਸੱਚੀ- ਸੁੱਚੀ ਜੀਵਨ ਜਾਚ ਅਪਣਾ ਕੇ ਵਧੀਆ ਨਾਗਰਿਕ ਬਣਨ ਦੀ ਪ੍ਰੇਰਨਾ ਦਿੱਤੀ।
‘Genius is impatient in ideas and patient with the facts with a lively imagination and a calm judgement, rather like a liquid boiling in a cup that remains cold.’
This is what all makes us super human beings. Visualising the need of the hour to reduce stress and enhance competency among our students, a special interaction session was organised in the school. Mr. Kunwar Rajiv, a memory trainer enriched the students with unbelievable memory tips. He has the honour to have his name registered in India Book of Records. He is the fastest recaller of the atomic mass of all the elements of periodic table, the fastest recaller of all countries and their capitals alongwith many feathers in his cap of achievements. The genius personality delivered effective memory tips and techniques that will be much helpful for students.
For enhancing mathematical skills of our students and to drive away phobia of mathematics which often disturb youngsters, a special interaction session was held during morning assembly by Mr. Manohar Lal Mehta, a vedic maths trainer. The students learnt easy ways how to do enormous and hefty calculations with the blink of an eye. The students really felt motivated after learning all the techniques.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago believes in providing all the possible arenas of possibilities of improvement and today is an endeavour in this direction as attention is the stuff that memory is made of, and memory is accumulated genius.
‘As down in the sunless retreats of the ocean,
sweet flowers are springing no mortal can see,
so deep in my soul the still prayer of devotion,
unheard by the world, rises silent to Thee.’
Maharaj Swami Sant Dass ji has always been our source of inspiration. We at Swami Sant Dass Public School imbibe the values enrooted deep in values and staunch belief in the power of goodness. Today we celebrated 113th Birth Anniversary of Maharaj ji to pay our gratitude and prayed for firm devotion towards kindness, compassion and service to humanity. Maharaj is an apostle of devotion, kindness and empathy. Ms. Renu Sharma (Eng) delivered a speech to enlighten the students about teachings of Maharaj Ji. Our students presented shabad that developed an aura of serenity in the entire campus.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also advised the students that this world is a single unit and irrespective of any differences we need to make it a beautiful place to live by showing compassion.
‘Let us make an Eden of the small sphere we occupy.’
Career guidance and counselling interactive session organised for students .
Career may take you places but it’s your passion that keeps you going .
An interactive career guidance and counselling session under the guidance of Principal Dr. Sonia Mago was organised for the students of class XII of Swami Sant Dass Public School. The students got valuable information from the team from Apeejay College of Fine Art Jalandhar.Dr. Jagmohan Mago, Mr. Ankit and Ms. Sabina Malik guided the students for selection of courses and universities. Dr. Jagmohan Mago enhanced their awareness by telling them about ABC ID, academic credits and important criteria for selecting streams and subjects.
The students were greatly benefitted by this interaction and gained confidence to tackle their future choices.
"If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water.” — Loren Eiseley
Eco Club presented "Nukkad Natak" on local theatre forms of Andhra Pradesh to spread awareness about WATER CONSERVATION. The students drew the attention towards the importance of saving water for the future by taking judicious steps today before it gets too late. The steps taken by Andhra farmers to clean their ponds and increase the ground water level were also focussed upon.The message was loud and clear that if we keep on wasting this precious resource today then very soon we may repent our deeds.
The Principal Dr. Sonia Mago also encouraged the students to save water as it is the most vital nutrient a human body requires.
‘Water is natural,
Water is healthy,
Water can help all.
Water can help the lives ,
The lives of you and me .’
Maths and Science Club of our school presented a skit on 'NATURAL WATER PURIFICATION TECHNIQUES used in ANDHRA PRADESH .
Through this act, children provided information about how to purify water using simple materials easily available at home.
Clean water is the need of all living organisms whether one lives in urban or rural area. In a dramatic and subtle way the message was delivered to all.
The Principal Dr. Sonia Mago also encouraged the students to spread the awareness about Importance of clean water.
"Every sunset is an opportunity to reset. Every sunrise begins with new eyes.”
With new year comes new resolutions, new plans , new targets and new goals.
After extended winter vacation the weather soothes a bit and ushered a new beginning to lead us to accept the new challenges. A welcome program in the morning assembly was organised for the students to make them realise their potential and importance of continuity in their life. A short cultural display spiced the mood and sprinkled fun too. All the students enjoyed and get refilled with new zeal and zest for their final and hard pushed journey towards final exams.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also motivated them to burn midnight oil amd make adequate use of time and resources as one big leap is a sum of all small efforts.
A teacher is a star who teaches kids how to shine and gently encourages them to spread their wings and fly.
To assist the teachers in sharpening their tools an interactive 'Teaching Practice sharing session' was conducted. Ms Sonali shared ways of teaching English as a complete package instead of focussing on any one segment at a time. Ms. Jyoti Sood shared her ways to simplify phonics and chisel the reading skills of kindergarten students. Ms. Kajal Khullar and Ms. Lipsy too shared thought provoking ways in which the complex concepts of Maths and English grammar can be made interesting.
The principal, Dr. Sonia Mago appreciated the efforts of the teachers and urged them to inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning in their students.
ਇਨ ਪੁਤਰਨ ਕੇ ਸੀਸ ਪਰ ਵਾਰ ਦੀਏ ਸੁਤ ਚਾਰ,
ਚਾਰ ਮੂਏ ਤੋ ਕਿਆ ਹੂਆ ਜੀਵਤ ਕਈ ਹਜਾਰ।
ਸੁਆਮੀ ਸੰਤ ਦਾਸ ਪਬਲਿਕ ਸਕੂਲ ਜਲੰਧਰ ਵਿਖੇ ਸੀ.ਬੀ.ਐੱਸ.ਸੀ.ਦੀਆਂ ਹਦਾਇਤਾਂ ਅਨੁਸਾਰ 'ਵੀਰ ਬਾਲ ਦਿਵਸ ' ਮਨਾਉਂਦਿਆਂ ਦਸਮੇਸ਼ ਪਿਤਾ ਗੁਰੂ ਗੋਬਿੰਦ ਸਿੰਘ ਜੀ ਦੇ ਸਰਬੰਸ ਦੀ ਸ਼ਹਾਦਤ ਨੂੰ ' ਸਫ਼ਰ-ਏ-ਸ਼ਹਾਦਤ' ਰਾਹੀਂ ਸ਼ਰਧਾਂਜਲੀ ਦਿੱਤੀ ਗਈ। ਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਦੇ ਪਰਿਵਾਰ ਵਿਛੋੜੇ ਤੇ ਸਿੰਘਾਂ ਦੀਆਂ ਸ਼ਹਾਦਤਾਂ ਦਾ ਇਹ ਸਫਰ ਕ੍ਰਮਵਾਰ ਸ੍ਰੀਮਤੀ ਗੁਰਮਿੰਦਰ ਕੌਰ, ਅਮਨਜੀਤ ਕੌਰ ਤੇ ਪਰਮਜੀਤ ਕੌਰ ਨੇ ਆਪਣੇ ਵਿਚਾਰਾਂ ਰਾਹੀਂ ਸਾਂਝਾ ਕੀਤਾ। ਗੁਰੂ ਅਰਜਨ ਦੇਵ ਦੀ ਅਦੁੱਤੀ ਸ਼ਹਾਦਤ, ਹਿੰਦ ਦੀ ਚਾਦਰ ਗੁਰੂ ਤੇਗ ਬਹਾਦਰ ਜੀ ਦੀ ਸ਼ਹੀਦੀ ਤੋਂ ਸ਼ਹਾਦਤਾਂ ਦੇ ਸਫ਼ਰ ਨੂੰ ਅਰੰਭ ਕਰਕੇ ਵੱਡੇ ਸਾਹਿਬਜ਼ਾਦਿਆਂ ਦੇ ਰਣਭੂਮੀ ਵਿੱਚ ਜੂਝਦਿਆਂ ਹੋਈ ਸ਼ਹਾਦਤ ਤੇ ਛੋਟੇ ਸਾਹਿਬਜ਼ਾਦਿਆਂ ਦਾ ਨੀਂਹਾਂ ਵਿੱਚ ਚਿਣਵਾਇਆ ਜਾਣਾ ਬਾਖੂਬੀ ਬਿਆਨ ਕੀਤਾ। ਮਾਤਾ ਗੁਜਰੀ ਜੀ ਦੇ ਸਿਦਕ ਸਿਰੜ ਦੀ ਦਾਸਤਾਨ ਨੂੰ ਵਿਚਾਰਦਿਆਂ ਵਿਦਿਆਰਥੀਆਂ ਨੂੰ ਨਿਡਰਤਾ, ਸਾਂਝੀਵਾਲਤਾ,ਸਬਰ, ਸੰਤੋਖ, ਹਲੀਮੀ ਤੇ ਨਿਮਰਤਾ ਦਾ ਸਬਕ ਪੜ੍ਹਾਇਆ ਗਿਆ। ਪ੍ਰਿੰਸੀਪਲ ਡਾ.ਸੋਨੀਆ ਮਾਗੋ ਨੇ ਸ਼ਹਾਦਤਾਂ ਨਾਲ ਲਬਰੇਜ਼ ਤਵਾਰੀਖ ਤੋਂ ਪ੍ਰੇਰਨਾ ਲੈਂਦਿਆਂ ਵਿਦਿਆਰਥੀਆਂ ਨੂੰ ਸੱਚ ਦੇ ਮਾਰਗ ਦੇ ਪਾਂਧੀ ਬਣਕੇ ਇੱਕ ਵਧੀਆ ਨਾਗਰਿਕ ਬਣਨ ਦਾ ਸੰਦੇਸ਼ ਦਿੱਤਾ।
Cleanliness and order are not matters of instinct; they are matters of education, and like most great things, you must cultivate a taste for them. To develop this taste among budding generation Swachhta Club has put up a show to disseminate information about cleanliness and the ways to keep surroundings clean.
A street play depicted the well harboured actions that must be taken to provide clean and green ways to life.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago too emphasised on cleanliness as clean and healthy people can make a wealthy country. She also opines to put our share in cleanliness drive as started by prime minister.
A gifted teacher is not only prepared to meet the needs of today’s child, but is also prepared to foresee the hopes and dreams in every child’s future.
To prepare students for tomorrow our teachers equip themselves with effective teaching tools. In a series of Teaching Practices for this term, Ms. Gagan (Computer) shared her best teaching practices. She shared her experiences that to engage students is the best way to arouse their interest. For G. K. which is thought to be fact memorisation, Ms. Shweta explained indulgent ways to make G.K. pleasurable subject. She emphasised on student responses.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago appreciated their innovative ways to make our students knowledgeable and thought provoking.
A DAY OF LEARNING AND FUN FOR YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS AT CHANDIGARH
The students of XII C of Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar attended an interactive session on entrepreneurship conducted by Society for Promotion of IT in Chandigarh (SPIC)in EDC Building, Chandigarh Technology Park on 30 November. The session was started by Mr. Gaurav, founder of BuyLowcal Startup, which was followed by Mr. Rajan Arora founder of EFA Courses startup and Mr. Manik, founder of Smaran Software Technologies startup. The students got an opportunity to visit the offices of all the startups operational in SPIC incubation center and got an insight of the working environment. Later the students visited popular shopping mall Elante where they learnt about business ideas and also enjoyed at popular food joints. It was a memorable outing for the students as they had an enriching experience. The Principal, Dr. Sonia Mago, constantly arranges educational talks and trips where the students can widen their horizons and have a wholesome learning experience.
Innovation Club students of Swami Sant Dass Public interact with innovative minds of NIT Jalandhar
The students of Innovation Club got a golden oppurtunity to visit NIT, Jalandhar as an educational trip. Dr. Rohit Mehra, Associate Professor Deptt. of Physics welcomed the students and addressed them about various updations in the field of science and Technology. The students visited Science labs like Radiology Lab, SEM lab, Robotics Lab and witnessed various apparatus and their scientific uses like
Scanning electron Microscope, Uranium Water Test, Radon gas test in air, water and soil, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Radiation check, Robots, even the robot used during corona period, automated robot that moves itself without human interference.
Dr. Kuldeep Nagla, the famous scientist guided and motivated students regarding the upcoming trends in the field of robotics and how it should help them in their daily life.
This visit was helpful in enhancing the technical awareness of the students.
The Principal Dr. Sonia Mago always boosts the morale of students in uplifting their skills in this fast changing world full of technological advancementsand this was an opportunity to have a first hand experience for the budding innovating minds.
Man has two great spiritual needs. One is for forgiveness. The other is for goodness.
The divine soul Sant Preetam Dass ji Maharaj has always been a source of light for us. To pay our gratitude to revered soul of Maharaj Ji on Punya Tithi, a shabad was recited that developed a saintly aura as the shabad put everything at poise and peace. Ms. Gurminder Kaur (Punjabi Department) delivered speech and shared the values of holy being and the values we must learn.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also shared with students that a man is known by his good deeds. A good is never lost and we must try to sow kindness and gather love.
It is really pleasurable to see lil beans running, catching and picking up things with their tender touch. Pick the Article game was organised for tiny tots of class 1 to see smiles on their faces. The students enjoyed a lot.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also adored these fidgets as they run to reach the target. She said that it is a way to make them learn how to focus their target.
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.
Various trips are undertaken which act as a catalyst to think out of the box and broaden the outlook. The school discreetly organizes educational trips to strategically and historically important places and facilitates for students to reach out for information beyond the text books.
A trip to Fort Gobindpur for XI Commerce stream was organised to provide knowledge about historical background of Punjab. For classes VI, a visit to Science City was held to broaden scientific perspective of students and to enjoy wonders of science. All the students enjoyed it.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago organises tours for students to harmonise learning with fun treasures.
“Our task, regarding creativity, is to help children climb their own mountains, as high as possible as no one can do so.”
We strive hard to develop innovative pedagogies to enhance the effect of teaching. In a series of teaching practices, the day bloomed with teaching methodologies of languages. Ms Paramjit Kaur (Punjabi) shared her best teaching practices. She explained how common spelling errors can be rectified. Ms Madhu shared her story telling method to teach Hindi vowels and alphabet.
The principal Dr.Sonia Mago appreciated the interesting methods shared by them and told all faculty members to use them so that the students can be benefitted most.
''I ONLY FEEL ANGRY WHEN I SEE WASTE.WHEN I SEE PEOPLE THROWING THINGS WE COULD USE." – MOTHER TERESA
Garbage disposal management is the biggest problem nowadays. The students of 6th class of SWAMI SANT DASS PUBLIC SCHOOL had first hand experience on waste management. Separate handmade bins for wet and dry waste disposal were made by the students. It was a moment of pride when the young learners made compost of wet waste collected in the school which was later used in the school garden. Keeping in view, the importance of trees and to avoid wastage of paper, paper recycling was also done by the students.
The school principal Dr. Sonia Mago encouraged the students and motivated them to contribute more towards the environment.
Numbers have life, they are not just symbols on paper. This entire world rolls on numbers and to do calculations is a tedious task for most of us as we are dependent on calculators. Every cloud has a silver lining and this was made easier as a workshop on VEDIC MATHS was organised by the principal, Dr Sonia Mago. Mr M .L Mehta shared tricks how to solve complex calculations in tricky ways. The session was quite engaging and fruitful.
ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਭਾਸ਼ਾ ਰੰਗ ਮੰਚ ਕਲੱਬ ਵੱਲੋਂ ਸਲੋਗਨ ਲੇਖਣ ਗਤੀਵਿਧੀ
ਮਾਂ ਬੋਲੀ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਲਹਿਰ ਦੇ ਤਹਿਤ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਭਾਸ਼ਾ ਰੰਗ ਮੰਚ ਕਲੱਬ ਦੇ ਵਿਦਿਆਰਥੀਆਂ ਦੁਆਰਾ ਵੱਖ ਵੱਖ ਵਿਸ਼ਿਆਂ’ ਤੇ ਸਲੋਗਨ ਲਿਖ ਕੇ ਮਾਂ ਬੋਲੀ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ, ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਸੱਭਿਆਚਾਰ ਅਤੇ ਨੈਤਿਕ਼ ਜੀਵਨ-ਜਾਚ ਅਪਨਾਉਣ ਲਈ ਅਵਾਜ਼ ਬੁਲੰਦ ਕੀਤੀ ਗਈ । ਮਹਿਕਪ੍ਰੀਤ, ਰਿਸ਼ਮਪ੍ਰੀਤ, ਜੈਲਸ਼ਵੀਰ, ਹਰਜੀਤ, ਤਨਵੀਰ, ਸਾਚੀ, ਅਨਮੋਲ ਅਤੇ ਮਿਸ਼ਠੀ ਨੇ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਵਿਰਸੇ ਦੀ ਸ਼ਾਨਦਾਰ ਪੇਸ਼ਕਾਰੀ ਕਰਕੇ ਮਾਂ ਬੋਲੀ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਅਤੇ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਵਿਰਸੇ ਪ੍ਰਤੀ ਸਤਿਕਾਰ ਦੀ ਭਾਵਨਾ ਉਜਾਗਰ ਕੀਤੀ ਗਈ। ਪ੍ਰਿੰਸੀਪਲ ਡਾ: ਸੋਨੀਆ ਮਾਗੋ ਨੇ ਬੱਚਿਆਂ ਦੇ ਰਚਾਨਤਮਕ ਕਾਰਜ ਦੀ ਸ਼ਲਾਘਾ ਕਰਦਿਆਂ ਉਨ੍ਹਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਮਾਂ ਬੋਲੀ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਅਪਨਾਉਣ ਅਤੇ ਆਦਰਸ਼ ਵਿਦਿਆਰਥੀ ਬਣ ਕੇ ਮਾਂ ਬੋਲੀ ਦੀ ਸੇਵਾ ਕਰਨ ਲਈ ਉਤਸ਼ਾਹਿਤ ਕੀਤਾ।
Capacity Building Programme on Experiential Learning conducted at Swami Sant Dass Public School Jalandhar
A Capacity Building Programme on Experiential Learning was conducted on 11&12 November at Swami Sant Dass Public School Jalandhar.The resource persons for this session were Anupama Sharma and Mansi Tyagi. This informative workshop was attended by 32 teachers from various schools across the state. The session dealt with the importance of Experiential Learning as an important tool of Competency Based Education as per guidelines of New Education Policy and imparted the information through activities, interactive sessions and presentations. The Principal Dr. Sonia Mago addressed the participants and made them aware of some salient features of NEP and encouraged to adapt new teaching techniques to make their classroom an effective learning place.
"Passion is one great force that unleashes creativity, because if you are passionate about something then you're ready to face all the challenges that come your way".
To give wings to the creativity and imagination of our passionate teachers, a Class Decoration competition was organised and the classes that were adorned with vibrant charts, educational messages and vivid borders were adjudged on the basis of their creativity, content, neatness, impact and presentation. The result of the competition was as follows-
First – UKG B
Second – NURSERY A
Third- LKG A and LKG C
Magic is a performing art that entertains the audience through seemingly impossible feats conducted by the use of tricks, illusions, sleight of hand, and well practised moves. Since times immemorial, magic has been a source of curiosity and fascination for children.
There was a Magic Show organized for the students of Grades I to X .
The magician, Mr. Rakesh Kumar, performed several tricks which left the children astonished and mesmerized. He called up a few children and performed astounding tricks with them. The entire area sprang up with cheers and laughter.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago wants her students to enjoy and have fun to come out of the slumber of monotonous routine and hence organise such kind of engrossing shows to entertain children.
GURPURAB CELEBRATIONS AT SWAMI SANT DASS PUBLIC SCHOOL-JALANDHAR
The Parkash Utsav of Guru Nanak Dev Ji was celebrated with great reverence and piety at Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar. The recital of Shabad by the school choir filled the atmosphere with divinity and gratitude. A special talk on this occasion by Mrs. Sunita Behl enlightened the students about the life, teaching and philosophy of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The Principal Dr. Sonia Mago emphasized the relevance of the philosophy this apostle of peace and humanity. “He who regards all men as equals’s religious” and said his pious thoughts transcend all boundaries and religions. She encouraged the students to embrace his teachings in their life and deeds.
Teachers can change lives with just right mix of chalk and challenges. – Joyce Meyer
On the second day of sharing the best teaching practices, the teachers of LKG displayed their skills that make their teaching interactive and student oriented. Ms. Nishi shared her techniques that make teaching the concepts of addition and opposites not only easy but also great fun. Ms. Madhu discussed her techniques that make phonetics clear to the young learners and help them in building their vocabulary. Ms. Sonia Chopra presented her interactive teaching strategies that engage the students and use multiple parts of their growing brains and make it easier for them to retain information.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago appreciated the efforts of the teachers. Such interactive sessions make the training more fun and enjoyable.
To keep our students abreast with the changing technology, a short interactive session was organised in the morning assembly by Mr. Varinder & Mr. Aakash from INFINITY- a platform to develop critical , logical and reasoning among young minds. He explained interesting experiments of coding, which our students enjoyed and learnt new innovative ways to epand the horizon of their thinking.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago, being a physicist wants students to have hands on experience of new techsavvy ways and techniques.
'The beauty of teaching is in learning that happens every single day.'
The strange thing about knowledge is that it multiplies when it is divided among others.
Today a seminar was organized in which the Nursery class incharges shared their best teaching practices. Ms. Karuna laid importance on activities that develop the motor skills of the young learners. She also gave some practical solutions to the common problems faced while teaching the Nursery students. Ms. Dolly shared her techniques to turn a mundane class into a fun filled interactive place. Ms. Garima too shared her best teaching practices that provide the students ideal conditions in which they can play, learn and grow together.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago appreciated the efforts put in by the teachers to turn their regular classrooms into happy classrooms.
The National Unity Day (Rashtriya Ekta Diwas) is celebrated every year on 31st October to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, a social leader who played a major role in the country’s struggle for independence. To evoke the sense of unity among our aspiring students, Integrity Pledge was undertaken by students, teachers and principal Dr. Sonia Mago. She also motivated the students to respect the solidarity of our country as it is hard earned and represents our rich legacy of unity in diversity.
Don't limit yourself. Many people limit themselves to what they think they can do. You can go as far as your mind lets you. What you believe you can achieve.
A Career counselling session was held for students of classes 11-12 by Mr. Sumit Wason on Unconventional / New Age jobs for students after class 12. It’s an effort to rationalise the young minds about the changing trends in job sector and to apprise the young minds about scope in changing scenario.
The principal Dr.Sonia Mago is quite aware about the uncertainty that pervades through economy. She wants her students to counterpart every change and embrace success with open minds and skills.
"A beautiful soul sprouts love like flowers, grows a garden in her mind, and even on the darkest days, from her smile the sun still shines.”
The delicacy, aroma and innocence that is delivered by flowers is unmatchable. Such is the grace of fragrance spread and the love is fanthomless. Flowers speak one’s heart and a bouquet is a fine display of warmth, love and affection. Flower arrangement competition was held in the school for classes 11-12. The students prepared flower arrangements depicting themes of knowledge, peace, enlightenment and education
The displayed forms were appreciated by the judges and adorned the corners of the campus. Dr. Sonia Mago, the principal, also admired alluring and exquisite beauty of displayed art.
The winning wizards are:
The aim of art is not to show outward appearance of things but their inward significance too. So how can a class be not a way to do that? Classroom Decoration competition was held and all the students of classes 1-12 participated with zeal and zest. They tastefully displayed charts on the walls and shared their pool of knowledge. Charts of all subjects with special touch of art vividly depicted their creativity as they adorn their imagination with knowledge.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago congratulated the winners and gave away the prizes. The result is as under:
To give impetus to the campaign #vocal4local started by our Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the students of Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten shopped from the local shopkeepers this diwali. Our tiny tots decided to be someone's reason to celebrate this festival season and in their own special way they supported our hard working and talented artisans and their business. We are happy to share the love and light. Have a look….
Swami Sant Dass Public School celebrates 37th Annual Day
An exhilerating evening power packed with music, melody, dramatics and eloquence carved an indelible mark in the hearts of audience at the brilliant annual function on the theme- 'Parivartan'– in the campus of Swami Sant Dass Public School on 20th October 2022. Mr Satish Shenoy (CA, ICWA and CS) was the chief guest of the day. Mr Jagdish Shenoy, motivational speaker, graced the occasion as the guest of the honour. Mahamandaleshwar Swami Shantanand Ji Maharaj presided over the event. The Principal Dr Sonia Mago accorded green welcome to the chief guest Mr Satish Shenoy and the guest of honour Mr Jagdish Shenoy. The most cherishing moment commenced with the lighting of the lamp and school shabad. It was followed by classical dance depicting Lord Krishna's eventful life. A nature dance depicting the beauty of this green Earth enlivened the evening with the little angels spreading smiles. The most coveted moment the prize distribution ceremony, the hallmark of the day, honoured the top rankers in Academics, sports and curricular activities. Mr.Ankush Chopra the proud alumunus was honoured as the Star Alumunus of the day. Mr. Prateek Pathria was also awarded an award for being a perfect mentor for school NASA team.
Vibgyor representing seven colours of life, Hindi play-.Satyapath- the Agneepath made the audience relate values of the yore with present day scenario. The choreography depicting 'Five elements of Life' proved to be highly scintillating and synchronized show. The soulful depiction of 'Buddha-the Embodiment of Life' the English play invoked the thought provoking ideology among the august gathering about the true purpose of life. 'Tappe Bolian'- a cultural fiesta on Punjabi culture filled the premises resound the beats of Dhol. The chief guest Mr Satish Shenoy addressed the gathering and appreciated the amazing and exquisite show. Mahamandaleshwar Swami Shantanand Ji Maharaj showered blessing onto the guests by giving them the mementos. The evening culminated with Patriotic melodious National Anthem.
This occasion was graced by the presence of dignitaries Secretary Baba Ram Dass ji, Manager Dr Ajit Singh Rajpal,Baba Charan Dass ji,Baba Divyanand ji,Director Anju Mehta,Mr R.S.Kalra,Mr Y.S.Pruthi ,former principal T.P.Kaur and Dr. Jagmohan Mago. In this event Mr Vishal Singh was awarded for his unwavering support as computer operator along with cash prize of ₹10,000.
The capacity to learn is a gift;
The ability to learn is a skill;
The willingness to learn is a choice.
To break the mold of traditional education and to promote more hands-on student directed authentic learning and to arm the teachers with the best innovative teaching methods and practices, a workshop was organised by the school for pre-primary and primary teachers today. The resource person was Ms. Supreet Kaur who shared her views about various methods that can be used to facilitate the teaching learning process and enhance the critical thinking and logical reasoning in the students.
The real aim of the workshop as stated by the principal Dr.Sonia Mago was removing the one-size-fits-all structure from the classes and using a student-centric approach so that the interactive teaching may take place in the classes.
ਧੰਨੁ ਧੰਨੁ ਰਾਮਦਾਸ ਗੁਰੁ,
The parkash purab of Guru Ramdass Ji was celebrated in the school with devotion and faith. During the morning assembly Ms. Paramjit Kaur (Punjabi faculty) delivered a speech and enlightened the students about teachings of guru ji and the values they bestowed on mankind.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also advised the students that we are enriched with values and to preserve these values should be our sole motive. She also emphasised on serving mankind .
VISUAL TREAT FOR STUDENTS AT PVR CINEMAS
A picture speaks a thousand words was proved true when the students of class VIII of Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar got a chance to watch the movie “Shaabash Mithu “at Friends PVR Jalandhar on Saturday. It was definitely an enlightening experience for the students as they watched the life of a popular sportswoman unravel on the silver screen. This movie is a biography of woman cricket player Mithali Raj, a renowned name in the field of cricket. The principal Dr Sonia Mago said that meaningful cinema has a great impact on the minds of the students and learning can happen beyond the walls of the classroom too.
INAUGURATION OF THE FIRST 5 G SERVICES BY HONOURABLE PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA
We are elated to share that 5G was being launched by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India on 1 Oct during IMC 2022 held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. All the members of Innovation Club and SIC (School Innovation Council) of our school watched the livecast and witnessed the great achievement on part of India.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also alongwith Innovation Ambassadors watched the program. She motivated the children to develop innovative ideas to make India recognised with new accomplishments. It is under her guidance, Innovation Club was introduced in the school to assist children in developing various new ideas.
कर चले हम फ़िदा जान-ओ-तन साथियों
अब तुम्हारे हवाले वतन साथियों साँस थमती गई, नब्ज़ जमती गई
फिर भी बढ़ते कदम को ना रुकने दिया
कट गये सर हमारे तो कुछ ग़म नहीं
सर हिमालय का हमने ना झुकने दिया…
These famous lines remind us of heart wrenching struggle of our freedom fighters. Our independence is a saga of bloodshed and Bhagat Singh had a great contribution in making India a free bird. Bhagat Singh was indeed a true patriot. Not only he fought for the freedom of the country but also he had no qualms giving away his life. 115th birthday of Shaheed Bhagat Singh was celebrated in the school to deliver a sense of patriotism to our students. A quiz on the life of great martyr was conducted to upheaval the emotions. A painting competition organised on this day, presented impeccable talent of the students.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also interacted with the students and delivered a message to respect the dignity of our country and one can also contribute to the development of our nation.
We all remember Shaheed Bhagat Singh as great inspiration. The saffron colour of our flag will always remind us of sacrifices of our martyrs and what their sacrifices have wrought for our destiny.
‘THE BEST WAY TO FIND YOURSELF IS TO LOSE YOURSELF IN THE SERVICE OF OTHERS’
A service of worship is primarily a service to God. When we realize this and act upon it, we make it a service to mankind. Padam Shri Dr. Kiran Seth, has undertaken a cycle journey under the banner CYCLE WITH SPIC MACAY as a part of his all India Solo Cycle Yatra titled अंतर्यात्रय- An Inner Journey from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. As part of the Solo Cycle Yatra, Dr. Kiran Seth would be covering 200 districts and cities of India. Through this Yatra, the below listed aims are being promoted:
i) To celebrate India’s composite heritage & culture.
ii) To celebrate Cycling and to spread the message that it is good for health-physical, mental and
spiritual, and for helping the environment.
iii) To induct more volunteers into the SPIC MACAY movement.
We are glad to announce that our 5 students were a part of his interactive session in DPS Jalandhar. They imbibed inspirational and enriched experience through this session.
Dr. Sonia Mago, the principal, in order to enhance acumen and thinking level of students cater opportunities like these to interact with stimulating and inclined personalities so that they can earn lofty ordeals and harvest rich values.
"स्वामी संतदास पब्लिक स्कूल में हिंदी दिवस के उपलक्ष्य में विशेष सभा का आयोजन"
‘निज भाषा उन्नति अहै सब उन्नति को मूल
बिन निज भाषा ज्ञान के मिटे न हिय को सूल ll'
इस भाव को आत्मसात करते हुए हमारी भाषा ‘हिंदी’ को 14 सितंबर 1949 को राजभाषा के रूप में मान्यता देकर इसे गौरवमयी पद पर आसीन किया गया l इसी गरिमा को कायम रखते हुए ‘स्वामी संतदास पब्लिक स्कूल, जालंधर' में हिंदी दिवस को पूरे हर्षोल्लास के साथ मनाया गया l हिंदी विभाग द्वारा विद्यालय के प्रांगण में विशेष सभा का आयोजन किया गया l हिंदी अध्यापिका सुश्री साधना गुप्ता द्वारा राष्ट्रीय एकता में हिंदी की भूमिका और अन्य संस्कृतियों को अपनाने का गुण तथा हिंदी की विशेषताएं छात्रगण को बताई गई l विभिन्न छात्रों द्वारा हिंदी दिवस से संबंधित कविताएं पेश की गई l हिंदी विभागाध्यक्ष श्रीमती सुनीता बहल ने छात्रों को कम से कम आज के दिवस पर शुद्ध हिंदी का उच्चारण करने के लिए प्रेरित किया l प्रधानाचार्य डॉ. श्रीमती सोनिया मागो द्वारा सभी को इस सुअवसर पर शुभकामनाएं दी गई l
STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN GREEN DRIVE UNDER “MISSION HARIYALI, 2022”
The students of Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar participated in an initiative to make the city green as a part of MISSION HARIYALI, 2022 organised by APNA PUNJAB FOUNDATION. The students of I to V clicked selfies while planting saplings and plants of various kinds on 11th September, which were uploaded on the school Facebook page. The students of Class XII added to the green cover of the city by planting more than 100 saplings at Red Cross School for Deaf and Dumb, Maqsudan, Jalandhar and at Friends Colony Park, maintained by Nari Chetna Group.
This event was presided by the President of the school Mahamandaleshwar Swami Shantanand Ji. Local MLA Mr. Bawa Henry was the chief guest for the day. The school secretary Baba Ram Dass Ji, ex-MLA, Mr. Rajinder Berry, Councilor Mrs Simmi Kalra, Principal of Swami Sant Dass Public School Dr. Sonia Mago, Principal of Deaf and Dumb School Mr. Sharma, Mr. Preet Kalra, Mr. Harpreet Singh, Mr. Avtar Singh, President and chairman of Nari Chetna group Ms. Anju Sharma and Ms. Kusum Sharma were also present. Members of school Eco-Club also participated in this mission. Around 5 lac saplings are estimated to be planted on this day across the state. This mission for all the CBSE affiliated schools is supported by Federation of Private Schools and Association of Punjab (FAP). The principal, Dr. Sonia Mago encouraged students to take care of the environment by opting for eco-friendly methods and planting more trees to have a cleaner and greener future.
‘A good teacher is a brilliant light, illuminating the prism of life, revealing to students a rainbow of possibilities.’
The dawn of each poet, each philosopher and king begins with a teacher and the wisdom they bring. A teacher plays vital role in developing a nation. To pay gratitude to teachers and to acknowledge their discerning efforts, Teachers’ Day, was celebrated in the school. Bhai Veer Singh House put up a beautiful, melodious and thought provoking show to enhance the nobility of this profession. Students really turned a magical wand to make everyone believe that teachers play decisive and prime role to build a strong and enriched nation. This year the day was also marked by celebration of Sri Chander Jayanti- a devotee to humanity. Ms. Gurminder Kaur delivered a speech highlighting the religious aspect of this auspicious day and about the life of religious guru.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also interacted with students and made them understand the role of a teacher and why one should choose this profession. She also conveyed that our gurus have given us a way to live life and we must try to adhere to their teachings.
‘Live life cleaner by making Earth greener’
Think before you trash it.
Life is like a cactus, thorny but beautiful. Our intuitive powers increase when we are with plants, as our mind is in tranquil mode and we enjoy the present moment.
To encourage the habit of growing plants and to save environment from plastic waste, ECO CLUB of the school conducted an activity Growing succulents, cactus, plants in waste bottles. The activity was well conducted by executive members of club-Navedita, Simran and Jeeya under the leadership of Ms. Richa jyoti, Ms. Harpreet Kaur, Ms. Hemlata,Ms. Mona and Ms. Renu. The students of eco club participated whole heartedly and did commendable efforts to save environment.
Ma'am Principal Dr.Sonia Mago appreciated the efforts put in by the students and motivated them by giving certificates.
A teacher is the eternal Guru and guide whose firm and loving grooming has shaped generations from times immemorial. A teacher can inspire hard work, ignite imagination and instil love for learning.
To honour the hard work and determination of the teachers Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten celebrated Teachers' Day. The tiny tots surprised their teachers by their performances which were full of love, respect and gratitude. The students made cards for their teachers with utmost love. The students participated in this creative venture with great zeal and transformed a piece of paper into a token of great love and gratitude. A paper folding activity was also organized on this day. It was not only a fun filled experience but also proved to be a valuable means to develop artistic skills. The principal Dr. Sonia Mago, in her speech motivated the students and urged the teachers to teach with love as teachers make a lasting impact in the lives of children.
SWAMI SANT DASS PUBLIC SCHOOL, JALANDHAR ORGANIZES EYE CHECKUP CAMP
“Of all the senses, sight must be the most delightful.”
Our eyesight is one of our most important senses. 80% of what we perceive comes through our sense of sight. To create awareness among the students regarding eyecare; the school Management and the Principal Dr. Sonia Mago organized an eye-checkup camp on 2nd September 2022 in the school premises. Students were informed well in advance for the smooth conduct of the camp.
Dr. Damanjot Dhingra, M.S (Eye) along with her team mates examined nearly 100 students. All the students received optical prescriptions. The objective of this event was to spread awareness of eye disorder, its early detection, detect refractive errors and eye ailments among students and its prevention.
The Principal cautioned the students to reduce screen time than the last two years when it was unavoidable and a necessity. On the whole, students understood the importance of preserving vision for life.
‘Every success story is a tale of constant adaption, revision and change’.
Change is the language of the world and is only another word for growth, another synonym for learning. To spread awareness about change, a seminar was organised in the school by principal Dr.Sonia Mago to invoke a new conviction of change among the teachers. Mr. M. J. Kalra, former professor at Guru Nanak Dev University College, Jalandhar, was the resource person who delivered an effective seminar on ‘Enterpreneurship’. He explained to instill a spark among youth to electrify their passion and the teachers should act as bridges to facilitate their path. The session was lively and enjoyed by all.
We learnt that-
Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.
ਬਾਣੀ ਗੁਰੂ ਗੁਰੂ ਹੈ ਬਾਣੀ। ਵਿਚਿ ਬਾਣੀ ਅੰਮ੍ਰਿਤੁ ਸਾਰੇ।।
Prakash Purab of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji was celebrated in the school in a tranquilizing manner by enchanting the name of God. The pious celebration started with shabad which the students recited with complete heart dwelling devotion. A speech by Ms. Amanjeet kaur signifying the importance of this auspicious day suffused all the children with peace and devotion.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also advised the children to follow the path of truth, reality and kindness. All in all the ambience created by the hymns poured a spiritual aura, giving all the students and the staff members energy to start the day.
‘In learning you will teach and in teaching you will learn.’
Teaching doesn’t mean to be perfect but it means to work for perfection. The road to perfection is always full of new ideas to imbibe. From computer department Mr. Aditya Dhand shared how subject history, basic benefits of subject, future prospects of the subject can create interest among the students towards learning. Ms. Akriti from G. K. faculty explained how role plays, sing a song, collage making can be effective tools for acquiring general knowledge.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago is providing special interactive sessions so as to benefit all from experiences of one another.
‘A teacher's job is to take a bunch of live wires and see that they are well grounded.’
During the second day of teaching practices session the language department took over the reins of interactive session. Ms. Inderjit Kaur (English) explained her techniques of using switch words to trigger the thought process of the students. She also explained how interdisciplinary approach can be effective to create the interest of the students. Ms. Anjneet (Hindi) shared her storytelling way to teach sounds and funny tongue twisters can also be used to improve formation. From Punjabi department Ms. Sandeep intimated all about her ways how to enrich vocabulary of students by using daily life examples.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago appreciated the efforts put in by teachers during teaching as NEP demands change of approach with the changed scenario.
The only way to conquer stage fright is to get up on stage and play.
Keeping these words of Taylor Swift in mind a Poetical Recitation contest was organised for the Nursery students and the way the students dealt with their stage dear was commendable. The LKG students showed the magic of their fingers in the ‘Origami’ contest. The day was full of cheer too as the LKG and UKG students showed their hard work, planning, preparation and practice in the 'Back Race' and ‘Dressing up the partner’ race and victory came to them as the product of their efforts. Here are the glimpses of the fun filled day.
Teaching is a passion, when enjoyed will change the face of world.
Our teachers are putting in their best efforts to tame the mind of students and streamline the ideas and concepts. This month while sharing their best teaching practices. Ms. Richa Jyoti (S.St) explained that how she uses Role Play to evoke interest of the students. Ms. Diksha (Sci) shared her best practices of experience that kitchen can be the best lab in science and how students can gain experiential learning by observing kitchen activities. Ms. Sumiti (Maths) put forward her activity based learning, role plays , mnemonics as the surest way to recapitulate lofty concepts of mathematics.
Dr. Sonia Mago, the principal, appreciated the innovative ideas used by teachers and how can they be able to bring world into classroom only.
‘Look and think before
opening the shutter. The
heart and mind are the
true lens of the camera.’
Let’s have a glance at the true to life pictures of our activity ‘View through aperture.’ The students of XI and XII captured some realities of life to awaken us.
For good ideas and true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument and debate. Communication is a fundamental need for human beings to sustain in the world. Having good communication skills plays a major role in developing the overall personality or to make a person successful. Nowadays, children are largely engaged in technology and not getting involved in actual intercommunication. So, this arises the need to motivate your children to get involved and participate. This Saturday a debate competition was held for classes 7-8. The students presented their oratorical skills in debate. Not only this, the silent activities were also a hub of creativity as for classes 1-2 we had ‘Podcast’ competition. The chubby cheeks and dimpled chins spoke astonishingly. The students of classes 3-4 developed amazing Mascots in ‘Mascot Making’ and fantabulous scientific temperament was blown out as students made working and still robots in ‘Robot Making’ activity for classes 9-10.
Really creativity was outpoured in every form.
The principal Dr. Sonia Mago admired the li’l champs for their ideas.
‘Creativity is seeing what
others see and thinking what no one else ever thought.’
A creative mind brings wild ideas into reality through a disciplined eye. To bring out creativity in the field of designing a ‘Costume Designing’ competition was organised for students of classes 9-12. Irrespective of extensive development in this field variable and vibrant ideas were displayed by students in apparel accessories. The visually stunning designs made everyone spellbound.
Dr. Sonia Mago, the principal, also expressed her belief in the creativity of young minds who have developed a new outlook towards life. She also delivered the fact that coming generation has a lot in their treasures of mind to bring into light new and creative ideas which will take our civilisation to new levels….
When you turn your worry into worship, Krishna will turn your battles into blessings. Lord Krishna is an embodiment of intelligence and love. His teachings apply to each and every moment of our life. Dressed as Radha and Krishna the cute little ones of Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten added a traditional touch to the entire Janamashtami celebrations when they danced to the beats of Janmashtami songs, filling the air with joy and festive spirit. The students were overjoyed when they broke the "Dahi Handi" to grace this occasion. The students of UKG decorated flutes and crowns to show their love for Lord Krishna. The school Principal Dr Sonia Mago while addressing the students spoke about the importance of the day and various aspects of Krishna's life.
This week the celebrations kept the tiny tots busy as they showed their patriotism too in the Independence Day celebrations. The students dressed as freedom fighters paid homage to the martyrs. The dance performance by the tiny tots left the audience spellbound. Here are some eye catching moments of Janamashtami and Independence Day celebrations.
“The glory of friendship is
not the outstretched hand,
nor the kindly smile, nor the
joy of companionship.
It is the spiritual inspiration,
that comes to one , when he discovers that someone else believes in us and is willing to trust us with friendship.”
The school premises was decorated beautifully and the spirit of festivity was enhanced today as we celebrated Janamashtami with grandeur and devotion. A splendidly colorful program was organized by the children and teachers of Mahadevi Verma House, where students presented songs, dance performances and a short role play. The principal Dr. Sonia Mago interacted with children and taught them to learn calmness, gentleness, silence, self-restraint and purity – the discipline of the mind from the life of Lord Krishna.
With the sweet scent of camphor and incense, bhajans and hymns, we light the lamp of purity to enrich our lives.
Freedom in the mind,
Faith in the words…
Pride in our soul…
Let’s salute the Nation on this auspicious day…
15 August 1947, the date any Indian can hardly forget, the day of freedom, the day that brought hope, the day that made India independent. Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar marked the 75th Independence Day with much gaiety with alacrity. The event was set in motion on the stage with a spellbound show by Kalidas House with a large number of students, Principal and teachers being in attendance. The special guest of the day was Baba Ramdass Ji, Secretary of the school. The national flag was hoisted and release of tricolour balloons filled the ambience with patriotism. The programme began with a soul-stirring prayer. The entire show drenched the souls of mortals with a sense of patriotism. Our talented students paid homage to the martyrs through their impeccable song and dance performances. As a part of ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign Indian flags were distributed to all the teaching and non teaching staff to make this campaign a success and of course to display their dedication towards their native country.
The speech by the principal Dr. Sonia Mago emanated true connotation of patriotism after the flag hoisting ceremony. The day was celebrated with unprecedented patriotic fervour.
Creating A Bond of Love
“It is wonderful growing up with someone like you; someone to bank upon, someone to rely on… someone to tell everything.”
One of the deepest and noblest of human emotions,
Raksha Bandhan is one of the most endearing way to celebrate the bond between brother and sister. To strengthen this bond, a melodious and colourful show was presented to celebrate the much-awaited Indian festival of sisterly and brotherly respect. The sight of the children in their ethnic attire was one to behold.
On the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan, children loved to enjoy the picturesque and radiant array of celebration and understood the true essence of this festival. The principal Dr. Sonia Mago inspired the children to always cherish this bond of love with their siblings.
Rakhi is not just a piece of silken tassel tipped with gold , that a sister ties round her brother's hand but it is a charm that unites them forever with love.
“One hour per day of study in your chosen field is all it takes. One hour per day of study will put you at the top of your field within three years. Within five years you’ll be a national authority. In seven years, you can be one of the best people in the world at what you do.” — Earl Nightingale
Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere. Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn and you will. Our institution epitomises learning and to encompass learning into new realms of knowledge is the direst need during this competitive world. As to enhance the academic acumen of students, a Digital Library is set up today by the efforts of the principal Dr Sonia Mago. The president of the school Mahamandleshwar Swami Shantanand ji Maharaj inaugurated the library. The secretary of the school Baba Ramdass ji was also present on this occasion. A vision ahead of time is a way towards success. The library provides access to various portals through a QR Code to enhance competencies of students as to open gateways of around 84 links for Padlet, Book Creator, Diksha, CBE, TERM, Youtube educational videos, sample papers and question bank. The most fascinating feature is that the libarary is accessible to the parents too who are the paradigms of learning process too. This venture aims to provide an archival outlook to the preparation of the students.
True teachers are those who use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross then, having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create their own. A bridge is set up inviting our students to stride ahead…..
‘Art has the power to transform, to illuminate, to educate, inspire and motivate’
All the creative forms of art are a treat to our mind and eyes. This saturday was a decorative treat of all forms of art as students participated in various activities such as Flag making, Toy Mela, Design a tri colour logo, Essay writing (Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav). All the participants came out with brilliant ideas and won prizes. The principal Dr. Sonia Mago appreciated the talent of the students.
Scientific temperament is an important part of NEP 2020. Apart from curriculum we provide our students an inclusive environment that will assist them in holistic development. In view of this ‘Innovation Club ‘ is set up in the school by the principal Dr Sonia Mago in collaboration with Pushpa Gujral Science City. Mr Vishal from Science city conducted a robotics workshop to develop scientific and rational aptitude. The students showed keen interest as now they have a platform to give concrete form to their ideas.
Story telling is the oldest form of education where the story teller as well as the listener both are benefited. The little magicians of UKG took everyone present to the magical land through their stories. The LKG students made bands for their friends as the bond between two friends is the purest form of love and understanding . The nursery students had lemon and spoon race where they showed their balancing skill and for LKG class there was a dressing up race. Here are some glimpses of the fun filled day .
After senior secondary examination, to chase your dream and to get the desired institution is a tug of war these days for students. Understanding this need of the hour, a career counselling workshop was organised in the school under the guidance of the principal Dr Sonia Mago. Mr. Sukanshu Mahajan from IDP Jalandhar interacted with students of class XII and disseminated the information about various career options in India and abroad. The students inquisitively cleared their doubts and queries.
Opportunities don't happen, you create them , so it was a great chance for them to create.
Integrity is choosing your thoughts and actions based on values rather than personal gain and this is what only makes the world a wonderful place. Integrity club of the school focusses on holistic development of students in this materialistic world. When one inculcates integrity as a part of one's life one attracts like minded people and pleasant situations.
The participants were judged by Mrs Monica Kukreja and Mrs. Anu Sharma on the basis of originality, creativity and presentation of the students.
‘An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure’
Of course it is rightly said by someone that knowledge of a disease can save a life. As the month of August is the time for dengue to spread and infect. So the principal Dr Sonia Mago invited a team of doctors to alert the students as how to take preventive and precautionary measures against this fatal infection. Dr Navdeep Chhabra alongwith her team visited and through street play disseminated the information. Apart from it, Ms Sapna Koccher HOD Biology, delivered a speech on World Hepatitis Day and made the students understand the reasons and cure for Hepatitis.
Teachers aim at holistic development of their students and to support them in their continuous efforts, to refine their own skills, to create the best possible learning environment for their students, an orientation program was organised for the Kindergarten teachers. Resource persons Mr Danyal Khan and Ms Rekha from LEAD made it lively and interactive. The session was a great learning experience for the teachers.
If you always try your best
Then you'll never have to wonder
About what you could have done
If you'd summoned all your thunder.
And if your best
Was not as good
As you hoped it would be,
You still could say,
"I gave today
All that I had in me."
Yes , creativity is the sauce of all streams and the best of creativity was seen in a string of activities held in school today . There were various activities as-Design a Book Cover, Geography Bee, Screen Masters and Rangoli competition. The students came out with the utmost of their energies and displayed their talent. The principal Dr Sonia Mago appreciated the creative instincts of the students and boosted them up. Let’s have a look at the trail of their work….
Every student comes to the classroom with a different world experience. We know that students who have been exposed to many different things do better in school. In order to be successful readers, students need to relate what they read to what they've experienced. To think broadly students need to have a variety of experiences. So to provide them a broader perspective a field trip to Pushpa Gujral Science City was organised for class 9. The students got hands on experience of science and enjoyed simulated shows and dinosaurs history walk. It was really an enriching experience for all of them. The principal Dr Sonia Mago is keen to oraganise such tours for students to make their learning enjoyable.
ੴ 🙏ਸ੍ਰੀ ਹਰਿ ਕਿ੍ਸ਼ਨ ਧਿਆਈਐ, ਜਿਸ ਡਿਠੈ ਸਭ ਦੂਖ ਜਾਇ।।🙏🙏
Prakash Purab of Shri
Robotics is one of the most innovative and promising technologies that is going to find its place in almost all the applications of future. Hence, students should start learning robotics and develop an understanding of the trending technology.
Besides intellectual development of the personality being achieved inside the classroom, aesthetic development, character building, spiritual and moral values, physical growth and creativity gets better inculcated outside the classroom through co-curricular activities.
Our school organised a one day visit to Jung-e-Azadi for class 10 students ‘To travel is to evolve’ into better human beings and responsible global citizens by exposing the students to outer world. It was an educational trip as well as fun trip wherein the students got to see, to learn, to explore Punjabi heritage , historical landmarks, contribution of freedom fighters from our own land and made memories forever.
The principal Dr Sonia Mago always encourages to let the students explore their horizons and to provide every possible way for them to learn.
“गुरु गोविन्द दोऊ खड़े , काके लागू पाय|
‘DIPS AND SPLASHS
Yes, the summer camp was quite an amazing experience even in the scorching heat, when students learn great things in art , craft , music and dance. They learnt Kalamkari art, phulkari art, paper bag making, spray painting, jewellery box designing,wall hangings, embroidery, pot making , clay modelling and many more . The principal Dr Sonia Mago appreciated the efforts and creative work of students. A bit of appreciation added charm to their endeavours. Here are some glimpses…
‘TO LIVE IS NOT THE QUESTION, BUT HOW YOU LIVE IS THE QUESTION,
For teachers self growth is as important as learning . To develop a healthy attitude towards life and to project a new approach towards teaching a workshop on INNOVATION IN EDUCATION was organised .The resource persons were Dr. Upadesh Khinda , and Mr Rishabh Sharma from C. T. University. The session was quite lively and fruitful. The principal Dr. Sonia Mago always invites experts to provide healthy approach of life to her staff and to develop learning of new skills among teachers to make their teaching effective.
On the third day of Interactive Session on Teaching Practices, Mr. Aditya Dhand ( Computer) and Ms. Pavitra ( G. K) shared their best teaching practices as how to make learning burden free and enjoyable. The principal Dr. Sonia Mago boosted the teachers that they should introduce innovative ideas in their teaching so that it can be an example of experiential learning.
There are number of possible ways to disperse knowledge and infinite ways to learn .
During the second day of Interactive session for teaching practices in Science, Social Science and Mathematics, the teachers explained wonderful ways and hacks to remember some confusing concepts. Ms. Rakhi , Ms. Jasminder, Ms. Renu Sharma presented the best of their teaching practices . The principal Dr. Sonia Mago also admired their innovative ideas to engage students for learning.
One should never stop learning as life never stops teaching.
A teacher remains active learner throughout life. To enthuse a spirit of learning, an Interactive session on ‘The Best Teaching Practices in Languages’ (Hindi, English, Pbi) was organised. Ms Sadhna ,Ms Jyoti and Ms Amanjit shared their best teaching practices for writing skills, literature and grammar. The principal Dr. Sonia Mago appreciated their ideas as how to invoke interest of the students.
THE SECRET OF GETTING SUCCEEDED IS GETTING STARTED’
Today a short assembly was conducted to welcome class XI students. On this occasion President Mahamandleshwar Swami Shantanand Ji, Manager Dr Ajit Singh Rajpal, Director Ms Anju Mehta and Principal Dr Sonia Mago were present. Madam Anju Mehta held a short interactive session with the freshers and motivated them to prepare themselves for their career making years without any stress. The principal Ms. Sonia Mago also delivered a short speech and emphasised on importance of planning and persistence in their life. This wecoming session filled the students with great zeal and enthusiasm.
A true leader is the one who shows path to others and touch their lives to make it better in every way and a great teacher nurtures the young minds which brings them to a level of sublimity.
It stands of course true for respected Principal Ma’am Ms Kamaljit Kaur who has retired after 30 years of tenure and gracefully proceeded towards her second journey.
A retirement function was organised to revive beautiful memories of her tenure. On the occasion president of the school, Mahamandleshwar Swami Shantanand Ji Maharaj was the esteemed guest alongwith other distinguished personalities as the school manager Dr Ajit Singh Rajpal ji, secretary Baba Ramdass Ji, director Ms Anju Mehta, former principal Ms T. P Kaur and former director, animal husbandry, Punjab, Mr H. S Kahlon. Ms Kamaljit Kaur handed over the responsibility to Dr . Sonia Mago as the new principal of the institution and congratulated her alongwith the members of managing committee.
Ma’am Kamaljit kaur is a great example of perfection, persistence and patience. She instilled the students a zeal to excel, and inspired them for various competitions to bring laurels to the institution.
We wish ma’am a happy and healthy retired life.
With an aim of providing an opportunity to develop effective communication skills and to build up the confidence of our students Swami Sant Das Kindergarten organised a 'Show and Tell' activity. The students brought their favourite objects for the activity and beautifully described them and even managed to include a social message in their descriptions . It not only boosted their confidence but also enhanced the vocabulary and public speaking skills.
ਸੋਈ ਨਾਮੁ ਪਦਾਰਥੁ ਅਮਰ ਗੁਰ ਤੁਸਿ ਦੀਓ ਕਰਤਾਰਿ ॥੬॥
Today Parkash Purab of Guru Amar Dass ji was celebrated in the school. Guruji contributed a total of 907 revelatory hymns, that are incorporated in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.Further he abolished the caste system and lifted the status of women and gave them equality with men. A shabad was recited to provide a divine communion to our souls with god . The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur also added that our gurus have provided us all ways to live life and we must follow them.
Knowledge is of no value unless you put it into practice. Keeping these words of Anyon Chekhov in mind Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten organised various competitions for the little Champs.
UKG students staged various advertisements to display their acting skills. Nursery class students displayed their artistic skills by decorating paper plates where as LKG students framed their family photographs to thank their family members for their unconditional love on the occasion of International Family Day.
Sports are incredibly important part of school life so we had Balloon race for Nursery and Hop Race for LKG to help them realise their true potential.
ITS NOT THAT WE USE TECHNOLOGY
WE LIVE TECHNOLOGY
Technology is an indispensable part of human life. We can’t imagine a day without technology and a life is still incomplete without it. Today in our school technology Day was celebrated ,the students presented a short skit about the uses of technology and how to be a wise master of technology. The principal Mrs kamaljit Kaur appreciated the efforts of the students and also inspired the students to use technological gadgets wisely.
On 7.5.22, a plethora of activities like 3D Toy Making, I-Quest, Book Reading, and Poster Making were held. Children participated with a lot of enthusiasm and showcased their calibre.
The competition proved to be a great learning experience for the students and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talents.The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur appreciated the young minds and artists for their magnificent efforts.
A fancy dress competition not only blends learning with fun but also develops confidence in students by giving them an opportunity to speak in front of their own classmates.
We are fortunate enough that after long time we hosted our first Offline stage Activity. on 7.5.22.The various attires could not limit the creativity of the parents and teachers who dressed children with boundless imagination. They were dressed as freedom fighters, scientists, mobile apps etc. to name a few. Children also participated with a lot of enthusiasm and displayed their confidence while speaking. Their innocent words and stage presence won the hearts of teachers and judges.
The competition proved to be a great learning experience for the students and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talents. The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur appreciated the young minds and actors for their laudable efforts.
The Divine power is the sole cause of humanity.
Parkashpurab of Guru Angad Dev Ji was celebrated in the premises of the institution. Ms Sandeep Kaur delivered a speech about teachings of Guru ji and the students also recited shabad to develop a divine aura.
‘The memories of yesterday will last forever’
School bade farewell to the outgoing batch of 2022 with a formal farewell party in the school premises on 30.4.2022. In the presence of the teachers, the valedictorians shared their anecdotes related to their school life and extended gratitude towards the school.
BEFORE YOU ARE A LEADER, SUCCESS IS ALL ABOUT GROWING YOURSELF. WHEN YOU BECOME A LEADER SUCCESS IS ALL ABOUT GROWING OTHERS.
The investiture ceremony for the academic year 2022 – 23 was held on 29th April 2022 to provide the young learners of Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten, the opportunity to demonstrate their leadership skills. The selected office bearers expressed their dedication and commitment to their duties by taking a pledge They promised to take up their responsibilities with utmost sincerity and accountability. The event was presided over by the school Principal Ms Kamaljeet Kaur. The event concluded with a motivational song by the students of UKG .
Deserving young talents of Swami Sant Dass Public School, were bestowed with the responsibility of leading their School from the front with their commitment, confidence and competence on April 23. Today’s Investiture ceremony was a solemn occasion where the young students were all prepared to don the mantle of leadership and discharge the responsibilities entrusted upon them by the school. The head boy , head girl ,Deputy and assistant head boys, Deputy and assistant Head girls alongwith House captains, vice captains and Sports captains were given away badges.The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur encouraged all cadets to take part actively in events, saying that all great leaders in the world have remained great followers too. She also addressed all the cadets and guided them on how to prepare themselves for the journey of great leadership in their forthcoming life.
‘We have not inherited this earth from our forefathers but we have borrowed it from our future generations.’
Some tassels and the saws,
with gaily crowd in rows,
abundance in dreams ,
and the shrieks of laughter beams,
It marks the Baisakhi theme.
Baisakhi announces the onset of a new prosperous year with loads of happiness too. The festival was celebrated with pomp and show in the school.
14 April also marks Ambedkar Jayanti and a short speech was delivered by Ms Inderjit kaur from English department to shed light upon the life of this great personality. The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur also wished students to be prosperous and steadfast in their efforts.
As Learning is an ongoing process .Life is too short to learn from your own experiences. We must enrich ourselves with learning of others. In the light of this an Orientation Programme of Best Teaching Practices was held by the faculty heads of Social science Ms Raminder, Science Ms. Sonia Mago and Maths Ms Mamta. They delivered various techniques how to tackle different topics in fruitful way. The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur is taking many steps in the direction of providing Competency Based Education and to implement NEP.
If you teach me, I will forget,
If you show me, I may remember,
If you involve me ,I will never forget.
This statement is the crux of teaching pedagogy which is effective only when you involve children in learning and the teacher should act as a facilitator to develop their learning capabilities. The best way to learn is to share and for that an orientation programme for faculty members of languages was organised in the school. The faculty heads of English Punjabi and Hindi shared the best teaching practises to be implemented in classroom environment to make teaching effective. The principal Mrs kamaljit kaur is taking steadfast steps in the direction of experiential learning to shift the perspective of teachers from traditional teaching to the changing scenario.
The changing teaching trends demand change in teaching pedagogy.
An institution must have a vision to incorporate developmental changes for the accomplishment of its mission. In view of this an orientation programme of Annual Pedagogical Plan was conducted by the Principal Mrs kamaljit Kaur for all the staff members so that it can be implemented effectively in the coming session. It covers the various aspects of competency-based and experiential learning. The plan would provide the institution a new way to enhance the learning capabilities of the children.
Life is full of adventures but nothing can be as adventurous as the first day of the school.
Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten welcomed the little champs for the academic session 2022-23 today with great warmth and excitement . A special assembly was conducted to make the first day memorable. The students were thrilled to see the colourfully decked up classrooms and campus. Principal Mrs Kamaljit Kaur addressed the students and welcomed them with words of wisdom and motivation on the first day of their journey towards excellence. The campus was buzzing with pure happiness here are some glimpses-
‘Dreams are renewable, No matter what our age or condition is, there are still untapped possibilities within us and new beauty to be born’
Yes, a butterfly only needs wings to fly and this year will too provide wings to our personified student butterflies with fresh fragrances of learning.
To start afresh in this new session in offline mode is of course a day to celebrate. We made a new beginning with a short cultural fiesta including a welcome song and dance form to rejuvenate students with zeal to learn. The principal Mrs kamaljit Kaur welcomed the students and delivered a short speech to be resilient and consistent in their efforts to attain higher standards in this session.
Pariksha pe Charcha is an initiative by honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi ji. It is a great effort to remove the stress of the students related to exams. Our students also participated in this discussion programme as they were made to sit in the computer lab watching the live Pariksha pe Charcha program. Students very nicely and enthusiastically listened to the views by the great personality and imbibed a new zeal for the upcoming exams in the new session. Not even the children but also their parents participated in this discussion program which was quite fruitful. Madam principal Ms. Kamaljit Kaur wished them good luck for their exams.
LEARNING IS NOT ATTAINED BY CHANCE ,IT MUST BE SOUGHT FOR WITH ARDOR AND ATTENDED TO WITH DILIGENCE.
Learning is a constant process of discovering new things. Each time you learn new, a new yourself emeges out. The more you share your the more you provide food for thought of others. Ms Sumiti Joshi of Maths Department conducted a workshop on CBE PROJECTS for Maths. S.St and Science faculty. She discussed various ways to implement and enhance CBE practices in classroom environment. It was quite an engaging session. The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur always provides such platforms so that the teachers can share their learning and be benefitted in a constructive way.
Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.
Framing MCQ’s is a challenge and not taken as simple as its answers are. A seminar on Item Writing was conducted by Ms. Shweta Chhabra for language teachers. She explained various ways how to manage content for item writing. The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur always provide opportunities to teachers to extend their areas of knowledge.
Exchanging hands with Carrie Ricker School of USA
The world is getting more connected with technology and travel. Exchanging your thoughts and ideas with the world will open new era of opportunities. To give our students wings to fly, an International Book Reading Competition was organised by our school in collaboration with Carrie Ricker School ,USA. The students read fables and exchanged their reading skills and stories of their respective cultures. The event was managed by Dr Sonia Mago ( Activity Incharge) and adjudged by Baljit Kaur and Jen Twadelle. The principal Ms. Jamie Ela appreciated our students and adminstered the event herself .The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur appreciated the efforts of students of both the schools and wished to look forward for such exchange programmes in future too.
Science should be a way of life.
To develop scientific temperament among students, National Science Day was celebrated in school. The students recited poems based on science. The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur also motivated the students to develop their scientific skills as science is new way of living life.
Under SVEEP Program of Elections, our students visited Gurudwara Sahib, Dera Pritam Bhavan, Udaseen Ashram to spread awareness about elections and the right reasons to participate in voting. They made impressive placards and banners to spread awareness . Mahamandleshwar Swami Shantanand Ji Maharaj blessed the students and appreciated their conerned behaviour.
THE NATURE OF HUMANITY, IT’S
ESSENCE. IS TO FEEL
ANOTHER'S PAIN AS
ONE'S OWN, AND TO
ACT TO TAKE THAT PAIN
AWAY. THERE IS
COMPASSION, A BEAUTY
IN EMPATHY, A GRACE IN FORGIVENESS.
We celebrated the birthday of revered soul Swami Sant Dass Ji Maharaj , a light behind all our thoughts and a blessing for all of us.
We are presenting a small show with all our emotions embraced with gratitude , a token of unspoken humility and respect.
The beginning of spring, when the world seems to come back to life is the perfect time to reassess, recommit, and recharge.
As the winter melts away ,comes a new joy , happiness and freshness in our moods. It’s of course a time to rejoice. Kites flying and lovely fowerbeds with topsy turvy trails of scent filled the atmosphere and our students too are swayed away in this mood . The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur wished all students good luck for future aspirations and plans. Some displays of moods are showcased here to enjoy
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. —William Blake
This week infused a spirit of enthusiasm among students as they participated in various activities such as stencil art, essay writing, toy Mela and treasure from trash. The students came out with brilliant and fresh ideas. Let’s have a glimpse of their artistic tapestry. The principal Mrs kamaljit core appreciated the creative skills of the students.
Lohri is a time to feast , to enjoy and spread positivity. The bonfire teaches us the lesson of universal brotherhood. Let's join together to celebrate this great day.
‘Extend your learning beyond the boundaries and enrich yourself with abundant knowledge and versatility.’
To provide hands on experience of art and culture to students , a visit to Satya Paul Art Gallery was organised by APJ College of
Fine Arts. The Art Gallery showcased a variety of artworks by noted artists of Punjab. School organises such visits to make students creative and appreciative of art.
A Rangoli competition was held in a series of activities related to Aazaadi ka Amrit mahotsav. The students made colourful rangolis and won the prizes. Here are the glimpses:-
SAFAR-E SHAHADAT- Nikian Jindan Vadde Sake
December marks the legendary sacrifice of Guru Gobind Singh ji and four Sahibzadas. The history is a witness of the brutalities they faced during cold days still not submitting to tyrant rulers. The great day is celebrated in our school as students recited poems about their valour .
Our students also participated in Gurmat Quiz – Nikki Jinda Vadde Sake organised by Guru Amar Das Gurdwara , Defence colony. They were well apreciated by the organising committee for their dedicated knowledge and won First Prize. The principal Mrs Kamaljit Kaur also appreciated the participants for their efforts that along with getting academic education they are attached to their roots.
A Rangoli competition was held in a series of activities related to Aazaadi ka Amrit mahotsav. The students made colourful rangolis and won the prizes. Here are the glimpses:-
Live with joy, purpose and confidence.
Within you lies vast, untapped possibilities waiting to be discovered.
Art of living program provides a deeper insight and vision, power to generate confidence, ability to live a deeply fulfilling life. To keep the students fresh, able to manage stress levels, Art of living session was organised from 22.11.2021-27.11.2021 for the students of classes VIII, IX and XI. They learnt various techniques such as Sudarshan Kriya, Guided meditation and breathing, Team building, Confidence building processes. It was quite an interactive session wherein the students learnt through fun and games. The principal Mrs Kamaljit Kaur understanding the needs of such programs is focussed to provide teenagers with practical knowledge and effective tools to reduce stress, manage negative emotions and develop social and leadership skills.
|26-11-2021||Every student has creativity and artistic sense which needs to be nurtured. It is one of the main beliefs that has driven us to create an all embracing environment at Swami Sant Das Kindergarten. We firmly believe and nurture talents through our weekly competitions. This week the tiny tots displayed their passion through activities like – Me and my family, Craft creations and My cooking skills.|
Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s life is a medium of our true existence. He taught us to respect all religions and be the server of humanity. Students of our school recited shabads and poems with much devotio n about the guruji’s life in a special morning assembly.
The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur also imparted information to students to respect all and follow the policy of universal brotherhood.
SWAMI SANT DASS PUBLIC SCHOOL JALANDHAR celebrates CHILDREN'S DAY on virtual grounds on 14 November, 2021 with great fervour . The celebrations were organised by the BHAI VEER SINGH HOUSE.
The show centred around the theme that EACH CHILD IS UNIQUE AND HAS INDIVIDUALITY .The need is to NURTURE AND Nourish the young and innocent minds to enable them become the stakeholders of tomorrow.
The principal Mrs.Kamaljit kaur emphasized upon the INCLUSIVE education and the need to engage, inspire and enrich the young minds with imagination and creativity.
She also extended heartiest congratulations to all the children and wished them a plethora of opportunities to express, explore and enrich their wings of fantasy.
Diwali is the time to remove the darkness of ignorance within us and replace it with the light of hope and knowledge. To make the students understand the importance of Diwali the teachers of Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten gave them the message of victory of good over evil, light over darkness ,knowledge over ignorance through various enchanting stories .Candles and Diyas are an integral part of Diwali celebration so the students displayed their artistic instincts by decorating some adorable candles , Diyas and thalies and wished light and cheer to brighten the lives of everyone . Here are some glimpses-
This saturday was completely a witness of new ideas with bundles of zeal and enthusiasm. The students showcased their talent in activities Sticker art, Bottle art, picture puzzle and cartoon art. The musical streak included Rock Band . Let’s enjoy a glimpse of these.
Creativity is natural extension of our enthusiasm.
There is no doubt that creativity brings colour to our life. Without creativity there would be no fun. To infuse the students with a spark of creativity various activities were held on 23.10.21 such as Ikebana, Ghazal Singing, Birthday accessory, Thumb painting, Ad-mad show and Creative writing. The students displayed their deep love for new forms of art and their overwhelming response was also appreciated by the principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur. Let’s have a look down the artistic tapestry.
CLASSROOM DECORATION COMPETITION
It is loads of fun to give a new display to the classroom after longtime. The classroom charts delivered a fresh impression with academic, artistic tone in their displays. There is a certain kind of freshness seen in the display and the same was seen among children. A classroom decoration competition was organised from Nursery to class 12 . All the students did well and put in their efforts to decorate their respective classes. Department Decoration competition was also held on 23 October 2021. The competition was won by Biology Lab of Senior Wing and Activity Room of Junior Wing. The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur appreciated the zeal and freshly created displays of the classrooms and also gave prizes to the winner classes.
CLASSROOM DECORATION COMPETITION
It is loads of fun to give a new display to the classroom after longtime. The classroom charts delivered a fresh impression with academic, artistic tone in their displays. There is a certain kind of freshness seen in the display and the same was seen among children. A classroom decoration competition was organised from Nursery to class 12 . All the students did well and put in their efforts to decorate their respective classes. The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur appreciated the zeal and freshly created displays of the classrooms and also gave prizes to the winner classes.
Tell me and I forget,
Celebration of Rashtriya Poshan Maah
‘LETS JOIN HANDS TO BE A PART OF POSHAN ABHIYAN TO MAKE INDIA MALNUTRITION FREE’
In order to observe this abhiyan various activities were conducted in the school . E-quiz was conducted for classes 6 onwards available on MyGov portal. School Nutrition Garden was established by science department and science club students. Classes 8-10 watched videos telecasted by Swayamprabha Channel of Ministry of Education. NCERT Curriculum on nutrition and physical health was shared in class 10 online class. In English class, significant information was promoted and the students were made aware regarding nutrition, balanced diet, junk food and healthy eating habits. The students of classes 3-10 wrote essays in Hindi. Creatives were also shared in three offline PTM’s. The students also shared pics of their helping gesture while sharing food with people of underprivileged section. The principal Ms. Kamaljit Kaur also motivated the students to consume only healhy diet. Let’s have a glimpse of the various facets of Poshan Maah.
“Technology trust is a good thing, but control is a better one.”
The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it back from you
International Literacy Day is an occasion to celebrate the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies everywhere.
To observe this day, a Workshop on Literacy and Numeracy was organised at Swami Sant Dass Public School by Mr. Ameet Chauhan and Mr. Gaurav Prabhakar from Rachna Sagar Pvt. Ltd.
The teachers got knowledge about various ways to effectively deliver the concepts to students through interesting videos, animations, worksheets and activities. The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur delivered the message that literacy is a bridge between ignorance and knowledge and by walking over it one can get through difficulties to open the doors of wisdom.
Though a teacher writes in black and white yet,brings colour to our lives.
Teaching is the only profession which gives birth to all other professions. A teacher is a beacon of light to help us strive for our goals, guides us and instills us with the values of
discipline, empathy ,love for humanity. This world would be an aimless ship without a teacher.
Today on this special day, to make it tremendous, a webinar was organised by Swami Sant Dass Public School with the blessings of Mahamandleshwar Swami Shantanand Ji , our true mentor, on the topic , NATION BUILDERS , FACING THE GREATEST CHALLENGE.
The eminent personalities Mr. Satish shenoy (CA,ICWA and CS),Dr Girish Ahuja (Professor,ICAI at Shri Ram college of commerce) were the resource persons. Mr R.S. Kalra (CA) was also among the dignitaries to attend. Their elevated and sublime thoughts instilled a spark among all the teachers. The Principal Ms kamaljit kaur welcomed the guests and Ms. Anju Mehta thanked the dignitaries for sharing their thoughts. It was really a great learning experience for all the teachers.
ONE BOOK,ONE PEN,ONE CHILD AND ONE TEACHER CAN CHANGE THE WORLD.
Salute to True Warriors.
TEACHERS; THE TRUE WARRIORS
Teaching is considered a profession by all
Enunciating ideas with efforts big and small
Adorable, Inspiring, guiding force and tremendously caring
Covid, chaos, turmoil, troubles, everything a teacher is bearing
Heading forward unstoppably
Emerged like a true warrior
Resilient, responsible, robust & breaking all the barriers.
Online teaching is the 'new normal' for all of us. But to make this unusual phenomenon usual, one person had to put in plethora of efforts, and that person is none other than " OUR TEACHER". The role of teacher has always been that of a planter and nurturer who help seedlings to become a full blooming tree bearing fruits for the society. But this pandemic has turned a teacher into technician , facilitator, and guide who put ceaseless efforts to embark on the journey of teaching and learning. When everything seemed to be confined, teacher was the one who chiseled his skills to uplift the level of his students.
So , today is the day to say a huge THANK YOU to the MENTOR who mended the lives of his pupils even during the tough times.
Teachers and students of SHAKESPEARE HOUSE of SWAMI SANT DASS PUBLIC SCHOOL, JALANDHAR have prepared a wonderful show to express their HEARTIEST GRATITUDE to their gurus and also to the gurus of the whole world.
We wish all the teachers with folded hands
" HAPPY TEACHER'S DAY"
`Not all superheroes have capes ,some have teaching degrees'.
A teacher is an eternal Guru and guide whose firm and loving grooming has shaped generations from times immemorial. In the words of Henry Brooke- A teacher affects eternity, he can never tell where his influence stops.
Since nothing is more honorable than a grateful heart so on this
Teacher's day the tiny tots of Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten extend their deepest gratitude towards their superheroes who have enlightened their life by teaching not merely from a book but from the heart .
The love and respect shown by them is overwhelming. Have a look –
Technology has developed at a very fast pace during pandemic. Every field is touched by the upsurge of information and technology. During such times our responsibility towards cyber security has increased much. Our computer department teachers disseminated information and made 6-12 classes children aware about cyber security . The students were provided with different tips about protection against cyber crime. The principal Ms. Kamaljit Kaur also stimulated the students about the need of cyber security and its awareness.
Sweeter than honey, tastier than curd, pleasantier indeed than any happiness and joy, is the power of the name of Krishna
Janamashtami is an auspicious day of celebration. The birth of Lord Krishna is a symbol of ending of evil spirits and to speed equality, justice among all . This great day was celebrated at Swami Sant Dass Public School with great devotion and enthusiasm. The school was decorated for the celebration . The fragrance of flowers and the soothing aroma of camphor, jingle of bells filled the air. The young Gopal ji was rocked in a cradle , as accustomed . The principal Ms Kamaljit kaur paid her respects too on this pious occasion . She is always eager to celebrate al religious festivals at the school to promote brotherhood among children and to lay the right foundation.
Janmashtami is an occasion to celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna , who enchants everyone by his playful mischiefs. The blissful tunes of his flute shower his love on people of all ages.
On this pious day the little angels of Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten dressed up as Radha- Krishna take away all our worries and fill us with eternal peace. Have a look-
NATIONAL SPORTS DAY
National Sports Day is celebrated on the birth anniversary of hockey wizard Dhyan Chand. The hockey legend’s career spanned from 1926-1948. He was retired as Major in the Punjab Regiment of the Indian Army in 1956. The Indian Government conferred him with Padma Bhushan- third highest civilian award. In our school the day was celebrated with sporty spirit. A PPT was presented to aware the students about the legendary player. Nalin Bhasin and Harleen (11-C) delivered speeches on importance of sports .Not only a day it was, it represented a day of great motivation for all the sports persons. The celebration of the day is a booster for all sporty sprinters at Swami Sant Dass Public School. The principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur also stimulated the students to channelise their enrgies towards sports as it will be a medicine for their bodies and a tonic for their souls.
ENDLESS HIDDEN TALENT REVEALED
Raksha Bandhan is a pious occasion to celebrate the loving and caring bond shared by a brother and sister . This pandemic has tried very hard to keep us apart but thanks to the technological support we can witness one of the deepest and noblest emotion through the pictures shared by our students where they tied the holy thread around their brother's wrist and prayed for their long life . Here are some glimpses..
‘Today is a day to feel proud about being a part of this great nation’.
May this spirit of freedom leads us all to success and glory in life. Swami Sant Dass Public School wishes you a HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY .
Let’s have glimpses of celebration by Kalidas House.
India is celebrating "Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav " marking the 75th year of Independence amid patriotic fervour.
To mark the occasion Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten organised various competitions in which the tiny tots remembered and honoured the countless sacrifices of the brave freedom fighters who devoted their lives to the altar of the country's freedom struggle.
We feel proud to present the dynamic and versatile Young Indians who are emerging with flying colours in every field.
Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality. The Oath taking ceremony marked a significant beginning of the First Academic Year. It was a solemn occasion where the young students were all prepared to don the mantle of leadership and discharge the responsibilities entrusted upon them by the school. Swami Sant Dass Public School held Investiture ceremony for the academic session 2021-22 on 11 Aug 2021. The Elected leaders were conferred with badges by the principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur. The student conduct took the pledge to serve the school and fulfill their responsibilities to the best of their abilities. Principal Ms. Kamaljit Kaur congratulated them and advised them to be impartial and honest in discharging the duties and display the qualities of a true leader.
RESULT OF ACTIVITIES HELD IN AUGUST
There are enormous ways to enhance your skills. The creativity comes out best in the stream of interest. To channelise the energy of the students in a right way various competitions were held and the students effectively displayed their artistic and writing skills . The students came out with the best of their ability in the competitions like 3-D card, clay modelling, Design your own Tassel, Report writing. The principal Ms Kamaljit kaur appreciated the zestful efforts of the winners and advised them to participate in the competitions of their interest to give their creative ideas a concrete form.
Interactive session on International Phonetic Alphabet organised at Swami Sant Dass Public School ,Jalandhar
An interactive session for KG Wing teachers was organised on 7 August to make them aware about International Phonetic Alphabet.Mrs Renu Sharma (HOD) English,was the resource person and she shed light on this important aspect of making the young learner’s skilled and confident in speaking and pronunciation.Principal Mrs Kamaljit Kaur reiterated the need to develop this important skill to meet the requirements of the future.
DEVELOP A PASSION FOR LEARNING. IF YOU DO, YOU WILL NEVER CEASE TO GROW.
Keeping this inspirational thought in mind a work shop on digital teaching tools for all the the teachers was organised by our worthy Principal Ms. Kamaljit kaur ,to keep the staff members abreast with the modern digital world.
Mr Dinesh Kumar Nanda (HOD computers) was the resource person who very efficiently selected and explained about the new tools like Ed puzzles, Near pod, White board fi ,Google sites, prezi, Mentimeter, OBS software and so on. The work shop lasted for two hours on zoom platform
The whole staff definitely became aware of new digital tools for project work, online teaching and assessments. Surely the teachers are benefitted from the work shop.
Respected madam Principal thanked Mr Dinesh for conducting such a worthwhile workshop that is the need of the hour.
There is no limit to learning. Life is a learning itself
So we never let any chance go untouched to learn something new. To provide an innovative experience to the students of classes 8th and 9th, a Robotics Workshop was conducted by Mr Vishal Sharma, an expert from Innovation Hub of Pushpa Gujral Science City to reveal the basics of Robotics and its applications in various spheres of life. This also acted as a booster to develop their interest in the newest fields of science. The principal Ms Kamaljit kaur always aims at providing innovative learning to the students so that they can be an example for others tomorrow. Ms. Sonia Mago coordinated the event.
It was an amazing session to learn how robots work and make one also.
‘Trees are the kindest things we grow' as they fulfill all our basic needs, but their depletion has become a serious problem. So to make the students aware of this issue, we celebrated Van Mahotsav in our school premises.The students of Eco Club alongwith the principal Ms Kamaljit Kaur planted trees in the school premises. Van Mahotasav is an integral part of school celebrations as it is an effective way to sensitize the students about their environment. It is the need of the hour too that
LET'S EACH ONE, GROW ONE
|26-07-2021||Farewell Class XII|
|21-06-2021||International Day of Yoga|
The 2021 calendar marks Father’s Day on June 20. People eagerly look forward to Father’s Day to convey their respect, love, and gratitude to their fathers. It’s about a celebration honoring all the dads and celebrating paternal bonds and fatherhood, also to mark the influence that dads make on their children in society.
The students of our school are also celebrating this occasion by making some amazing cards and writing awesome poetry for their loving and caring dads. Very good wishes and blessings to all the children on this wonderful day.
International Justice day 2021 brings together all the people who want to support justice, advocate victims rights and aid in the prevention of crime that threatens the world peace safety and well being. This day is observed because it is critical to raise public awareness and unity in favour of justice, as well as to promote victims’ rights. This day also draws individuals from all around the world to focus on critical concerns. It defends individuals from various crimes and cautions those who endanger the nation’s peace, security, and well-being.
Various activities are being held throughout the world to celebrate this day and to promote the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Our school also celebrated this occasion wherein the teachers of social sciences told the significance of this day in the virtual classes. Worthy Principal mam Ms. Kamaljit Kaur also recommended ‘let's all take a pledge on this day to favour justice and peace for all and we ourselves be honest in our dealings with one and all’.
MUSIC IS A FOUNTAIN THAT SOOTHES THE SPIRIT AND SOUL WHILE DUSTING OFF THE BURDEN OF MIND
During virtual summer camp , those who have great affinity for music , vocal and instrumental classes were also held. The students zealously participated in the musical activities planned by the school according to their choice. The online musical classes provided learning platform of musical instruments which the students have otherwise only dreamt and provided them an opportunity to brush up their skills in vocal music too. The strings of music instruments and percussion instruments reverberated their holidays with new sensations. The exuberant learners participated whole heartedly and the camp emerged out to be a ray of learning.
DELIGHTFUL TREAT FOR MIND DURING VIRTUAL SUMMER CAMP
‘EVERY ACTIVITY WORTH DOING HAS A LEARNING CURVE’
An amazing and mind indulging summer camp was organised at Swami Sant Dass Public School Jalandhar for classes lV to VIII. It helped the students to learn new skills while being in their safe environment at homes. It included mind tickling and engrossing activities for the children to use their summer vacation constructively. It also aimed to keep the children busy and try to push their boundaries. It included various activities of ART AND CRAFT such as Mirror decor, Lippan art, Mosaic art , wall frame , button art , pot making etc.
The earnest efforts made by the participants were appreciated. The summer camp culminated with a virtual exhibition squaring the various exhibits prepared by the students. The students have learnt a new way to unleash the hidden talent and the principal Mrs Kamaljit Kaur applauded the strenous efforts put in by the students.
Learning is not a one-day event. It is a lifelong journey. The power of technology has added wings to our little angels who have displayed their passion through the various online activities that were conducted by Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten.
Children are the best teachers. They enjoy simple moments of life and express themselves through their lively talks and infectious giggles. We at Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten organised various activities like “Colour Splash”, “Bed time stories” and “Best out of waste” and were spellbound by their amazing understanding and the magic of hands which taught us lessons to enjoy the present and be positive.
Children are born artists, they never fail to amaze us with their creativity. Here at Swami Sant Dass Kindergarten learning and fun go hand in hand. On Fridays various activities are conducted to provide an online platform to the talented students, where they display their passion, zeal and self-confidence.
Here in Swami Sant Dass Public School, learning is interspersed with fun activities .Our continued association with the education system now combined with the power of technology has only added life to our endeavors.
The passion ,the energy ,the zing that oozes out of the talented students is visible in all the activities they perform.
On Saturday a wonder display of skills and improved self confidence took place online and following are the winners of different grades and categories. Have a peep….
Millions of congratulations on the 400th birthday of Guru Teg Bahadur Ji.
′′ Anand brother is fortunate, the house will appear, God will come ′′
The protector of religion and humanity, the statue of sacrifice, the ninth Patshah Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji's arrival on the holy land of Amritsar on 1 April 1621 E. Happened at the house of Sri Guru Hargobind Ji, the owner of Miri-Peeri. In his childhood, by human love sacrifice and humility, giving a poor orphan child a precious dress to cover his body was the meaning of charity. When the Mughal General Pande Khan collided with him, he was such a speed that he became brave from the abandoned Mal.
AAP proved by sacrificing Sis to keep human values and religious equality alive that martyrdom is for justice, goodness, right, truth, serenity, love and light.
Breaths like Bhai kaahu kaau deet nahi nahi bhai manat ann spread dignity and self-esteem in humanity.
Guru Sahib's pronounced words and verses give a message of worldly destruction, name chanting, and spiritual adoration.
Blue get rid of bondage there is no solution.
Say Nanak, now God will help you.
If there is strength, then there is no bondage, everything is the solution.
Nanak everything is in your hands only you are the one who helps.
Fellows! Today it is necessary to follow the path told by Guru ji and become a follower of truth. Become a humanitarian and take care of yourself, take care of your family, the society will improve itself.
Students sang Guru's Jass by speaking speeches, words and poems in a function dedicated to Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji on the arrival day of Swami Sant Das Public School Jalandhar.
Earth day celebrations
The students and teachers of Mahadevi Verma House put together an online presentation on the occasion of Earth Day. This year marks it’s 50 years of celebration. This presentation is a compilation of online speeches,drawings and dance. The students have beautifully conveyed the message to not only make promises but to act on them to make our Earth a healthier,greener and cleaner place for the future generations.
“Let’s nurture NATURE so we can have a safe future “
Principal Mrs Kamaljit Kaur said it is important to realise our duties towards our planet not today but every day.
ਲੰਬੜਾਂ ਤੇ ਸ਼ਾਹਾਂ ਦਾ ਹਿਸਾਬ ਕਰਕੇ ,
ਮਾਰਦਾ ਦਮਾਮੇ ਜੱਟ ਮੇਲੇ ਆ ਗਿਆ
Baisakhi is a great festival of Punjab. The day marks the harvest of wheat crop and liberation of all burdens of farmers and a welcome note to all joys and celebrations. The day also has religious significance for the sikh community as it marks the beginning of Sikhs New Year and the formation of Khalsa Panth under the tenth sikh guru Shri Guru Gobind Singh ji in 1699. Baisakhi celebrations are filled with colours and vibrancy in the villages and the day is celebrated with great fervour to welcome the dawn in our lives. The students celebrated it and presented beautiful n enthralling dance performances with joy.
|07-04-2021||Result Online Activity|
|05-04-2021||Start of New Session|
|15-02-2021||Swachhta Club Online Activity|
SWAMI SANT DASS JI’s 111th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS BY SENIOR WING 9.2.2021
SERENE MIND AND SPARKLING THOUGHTS STAY IN ENLIGHTED BEING ONLY.
Let's all celebrate this auspicious day with fervour and spirit to uplift ourselves to the Zenith of Glory, divinity, purity and above all, humility to perceive the transcendent excellence of that sublime soul who spent his entire life in the pursuit of well-being of mankind and served the humanity with the mission to make education an asset in everyone's life..
Since the inception of this great Institute, Swami Sant Dass Public School Jalandhar, it has been scaling Heights ever since and has attained an invaluable niche in the minds and heart of the multitudes.
LET'S ALL JOIN HANDS AND BESEECH HIS HOLY BLESSINGS AND ETERNALIZE HIS MEMORIES WITH US.
SWAMI SANT DASS JI’s 111th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS BY KG WING
WISHES ADORNED WITH INNOCENCE AND TENDERNESS ON THE PATH OF TRUST
On 111th birthday anniversary of Swami Sant Dass Maharaj ji, the blooming angels with their chubby cheeks and dimpled chins cherished the prideful and love brimming day with beautiful representation of Cards. Their love , affection and fondness for thy holy spirit outpoured in the form of colourful expression.
|08-02-2021||KG Wing Online Actiities|
ROAD SAFETY MONTH AND AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
Traffic rules form the backbone of smooth functioning of law and order. The government of India is observing Road Safety month and Awareness Campaign from 18th January-17th February, 2021. In relation to this First Aid Training was organised at Swami sant Dass Public School jalandhar on 6.2.2021 under the supervision of principal madam Ms Kamaljit Kaur to educate the drivers, conductors and attendants how to take care of kids and provide immediate aid in case of emergency. Dr Amritpal Singh , posted at Civil Hospital, Nakodar educated the conductors and drivers and removed various misconceptions about first aid in case of bee sting, seizures and other emergency problems.The lecture was quite fruitful and beneficial.
In view to this a lecture on traffic rules and protocols was also held by SI Mr. Ranjit Singh, ASI Mr. Shamsher Singh And ASI Mr. Ramesh Kumar from traffic police department. As in this day and age, the street and transport has become a fundamental piece of each person. Road safety alludes the measures to forestall mishaps on the roads. Mr Shamsher Singh interracted with drivers and conductors to disseminate the knowledge of traffic rules and road Safety
|06-02-2021||Result of Online Activites|
|05-02-2021||Webinar on ‘Misconceptions in Newton’s Laws of Motion’|
|26-01-2021||Republic Day Activities|
|20-01-2021||To mark the occasion of year long birth anniversary of Shri Guru Tegh Bhadur ji and birthday of Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji , the school has organised KATHA VICHAR and SHABAD GAYAN competition.|
|09-01-2021||Swachhta Club Activity: Poster Making|
|06-01-2021||Let’s make a RESOLUTION.|
|30-11-2020||SOLO SINGING COMPETITION ON PARKASH PURAB OF SHRI GURU NANAK DEV JI|
|11-11-2020||KG Wing Online Actiities|
|07-11-2020||Sr. Wing Activities|
|30-10-2020||Swachhta Club Activity|
|30-10-2020||KG Wing Online Actiities|
|16-10-2020||KG Wing Online Activities|
EFFORTS OF SWAMI SANT DASS PUBLIC SCHOOL IN ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION
|12-09-2020||Sr. Wing Activities|
TEACHERS’ DAY CELEBRATION
|03-09-2020||Declamation competition on year long 400 year Birth Anniversary of Guru Teg Bahadur Ji|
|21-08-2020||KG WING ACTIVITIES|
|14-08-2020||RESULT OF SR. WING ONLINE ACTIVITIES|
|14-08-2020||RESULT ONLINE PANEL DISCUSSION ACTIVITY( CLASSES XI, XII)|
|10-08-2020||Result of Essay Writing Competition organized to mark the occasion of year long 400 birth anniversary celebration of Ninth Guru of the Sikhs, Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji.|
|07-08-2020||RESULT OF KG WING ONLINE ACTIVITIES|
|24-7-2020||RESULT OF ONLINE SPORTS ACTIVITIES (JUNE)|
|24-7-2020||RESULT OF KG WING ONLINE ACTIVITIES|
|22-5-2020||RESULT OF KG WING ONLINE ACTIVITIES|
|16-05-2020||RESULT OF ONLINE CRAFT AND COOKING COMPETITION HELD ON 16. 5. 2020|
|12-05-2020||Our School organised an online session for its teachers on 'Rediscovering one's inner potential' by motivational speaker Dr Hariom Puniyari from Nagpur.|
|09-05-2020||RESULTS OF ONLINE DANCE, POEM, SINGING AND MONO ACTING COMPETITION|
|08-05-2020||RESULT OF KG WING ONLINE ACTIVITIES|
|05-04-2020||List of Office Bearers|
|30-04-2020||ONLINE POSTER MAKING COMPETITION|
Activity 1: 'Waste n Rise' Waste management
‘Let’s Celebrate – Festivals’
Stage performance by the students: "Unity in Diversity" (14-08-2018)
‘Peace- The Language of World’
World Peace day (21-09-2018):-
Activity 4: 'The Games We play'
Sports Quiz (22-10-2018):-
POSTER MAKING COMPETITION :-
LECTURE BY AN EXPERT ON HEALTH & FITNESS
Activity 5: 'Be a saver to endangered speechless world"
Quiz on Endangered Species (15-11-2018)
Model Making Competition on 'Biodiversity and its Conservation Strategies' :
A VISIT TO CHATT BEER-ZOO
PLAY ON COMPASSION TOWARDS ANIMALS
Activity 6: 'Drug abuse – a social problem’
RALLY ON ABOUT DRUG ABUSE IN SWAMI SANT DASS PUBLIC SCHOOL
STREET PLAY ‘THE DARK CORNER’
VISIT TO REHABILITATION CENTRE
A documentary ‘Drug Addicted Children’ was shown to the students in the projector rooms.
SLOGAN WRITING CONTEST HELD ON DRUG ABUSE – A SOCIAL PROBLEM
|Activity 7: An alley of Tastes ‘n’ Attires – ‘Food and Clothing’|
COOKING WITHOUT FIRE COMPETITION
A Cooking without Fire competitions was organized for the students of classes V & VI. The students exhibited their culinary skills and prepared tempting dishes.
The flavor of various dishes was attracting the sensors of appetite and was a feast to eyes too. The dishes were interesting and students too coined interesting titles for their dishes. The best part of the recipes was that they were healthy, easy, quick and can be made when needed.
The aims of the activity was to provide a platform for students to showcase their talent and explore new areas of interest. The main aim was to create awareness about nutritional value of food items. The principal Ms. T.P Kaur appreciated the efforts of the students and advised them to cook these-recipes when needed rather than eating Maggi and other junk food.Facebook:-Press Coverage:
GLOBAL TRADITIONAL SHOW – ‘FIBRE TO FABRIC’ IN SWAMI SANT DASS PUBLIC SCHOOL
Fashion shows is a great way to show creativity of the students on and off the campus. As a part to know our enriched traditions in clothing Swami Sant Dass Public School organized an event to display the hues of dresses.
In order to have an understanding of the traditional dresses of India and other countries, the student’s ramp walked in various attires. The atmosphere was filled with glamorous music. The ambience was kept very artistic, designed with vivid and minimal colors. Kerala, Assam, Japan, Punjabi, Kashmiri, Parsi Assamese are some of the attires that caught the attention.
It was a delightful show and the students had an enjoyable evening. One cannot deny that it was a perfect blend of modernity and traditions.Youtube:Facebook:Press Coverage:-
EXHIBITION OF COSTUMES DESIGNED
The students’ creatively can be best brought through, their talent search. As a part of Food and Clothing activity, the students of Swami Sant Dass Public School designed different types of costumes with variant hues and designs.
The designed costumes were displayed in an exhibition. The visitors visited and appreciated the young brainiacs. The costumes were a perfect blend of tradition and modernity. The students also learnt about various popular trends and developed a sense to appreciate the variations of clothing style in the world. The exhibition was an innovative idea to acknowledge the budding talent.Facebook:Press Coverage:-
Tiffin box analysis
Food formulates an integral part of an individual’s routine. Enormous debates, articles on food habits focus on one and only aim of healthy eating habits. Swami Sant Dass Public School arranged a Tiffin Box Analysis among the students of Pre-Primary wing.