ACHIEVEMENTS

Curricular Achievements

Nand Kishore Award

“Brains, like hearts, go where they are appreciated.”

Positive recognition is an excellent way to motivate progression and appropriate behaviour in students. Giving them rewards for their efforts suggests that their hard work is acknowledged. This is a powerful mindset to create a conducive environment in the school, thereby encouraging each and every child to do better. This further promotes feelings of pride, which goes hand in hand with happiness.

Salwan Junior School always keeps their children at the focus of everything they do. In order to stimulate learning and to motivate good behaviour among students, NAND KISHORE AWARD was introduced at Salwan to honour the best student from the Economically Weaker Section with the objective to encourage them to continue their hard work. The award was bestowed to Dev Sharma (V-A) and Arjun Tondak (III-B) for showing their dedication, hard work and academic excellence throughout the year.

SJS feels proud to felicitate your efforts!!

Show and Tell Competition

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn”

A key part of the primary school curriculum, “show and tell” is an important part of a child’s learning development. It strengthens the verbal skills and fosters the public speaking competency of young minds.

Students of grade 1 participated in a SHOW AND TELL COMPETITION, organized on 24th July’19. The topic given to the students was ‘Health and Hygiene.’ This activity helped them to build their self-confidence and self-esteem. It enabled them to improve their descriptive skills by communicating feelings, thoughts and emotions with words.  All participants were excited to share their descriptive narration and waited eagerly for their turn to show and tell. Thus, this event helped our tiny tots to build their social, emotional and language skills.

It goes without saying that students’ involvement in individual activity infuses them with originality, self-confidence & self-reliance. The inspiring presentation left no stone unturned to achieve a realistic appraisal of their skills and to discover the power of spoken words.

It was an interesting and thrilling experience for the kids sharing their feelings with peers which provided a fun and comfortable learning arena for everyone involved.

Calligraphy Competition

“Poetry is simply the most beautiful, impressive, and widely effective mode of saying things.”

-Matthew Arnold

Poetry is the rhythmical creation of beauty in words. Poetry recitation helps us lay emphasis on the sound and rhythm of language, thus building phonemic awareness. To promote the same, an Inter–House English Group Recitation Competition was held on – July 30, 2019, among the four houses: Gandhi, Nehru, Tagore and Vivekanand House. Students from all four houses presented classic poems by great poets. If one poem conveyed the feelings of a boy who stood on the burning deck, the other expressed the sorrow of a caged bird.

The participants from all the respective four houses left no stone unturned to win for their house. Students were judged on the parameters like confidence, voice modulation, memorization and overall presentation. The young poets enthralled the audience with their articulation and memory skills while reciting poems. It was a splendid opportunity for them to gain confidence through stage exposure. Everyone was delighted after seeing their pleasing performances.

The winner of the competition was the poem recited by the students of Tagore House– Don’t Quit, that filled the school premises with boundless zeal to keep trying and to never give up.

Inter-House Poem Recitation Competition (English)

“Poetry is simply the most beautiful, impressive, and widely effective mode of saying things.”

-Matthew Arnold

Poetry is the rhythmical creation of beauty in words. Poetry recitation helps us lay emphasis on the sound and rhythm of language, thus building phonemic awareness. To promote the same, an Inter–House English Group Recitation Competition was held on – July 30, 2019, among the four houses: Gandhi, Nehru, Tagore and Vivekanand House. Students from all four houses presented classic poems by great poets. If one poem conveyed the feelings of a boy who stood on the burning deck, the other expressed the sorrow of a caged bird.

The participants from all the respective four houses left no stone unturned to win for their house. Students were judged on the parameters like confidence, voice modulation, memorization and overall presentation. The young poets enthralled the audience with their articulation and memory skills while reciting poems. It was a splendid opportunity for them to gain confidence through stage exposure. Everyone was delighted after seeing their pleasing performances.

The winner of the competition was the poem recited by the students of Tagore House– Don’t Quit, that filled the school premises with boundless zeal to keep trying and to never give up.

Co-Curricular Achievements

Wild Wisdom Quiz

Wild Wisdom Quiz was organized in the school on 29th August for classes III to V. 84 students participated in the Quiz. Two students were selected for the Delhi State level round, scheduled on 4th October at the Shri Ram School, Aravalli. The students selected were Shreyas Kumar and Gurman Kaur from classes V and III respectively.

The main objective behind conducting this quiz was to create awareness among the students regarding environmental concerns and causes of environmental degradation. Students were also briefed about endangered species in the world and the measures to be taken to protect our environment from further degradation. They were also addressed about climate changes and the steps to be taken to reduce them.

Overall, it was a great learning experience for our students.

Bal Kala Utsav

Dance is our pulse, our heartbeat, our breathing; it’s the rhythm of our life’ When we try to translate the vitality of our life energy into fluid moves, we dance.

The young performers of SJS Naraina participated in BAL KALA UTSAV, 2019 organized by SUNAINA (Society for the upliftment of National Arts of India) on November 11th. The competition was organized at the National level wherein 1070 students from renowned dance institutions and schools from all over India, competed this year.

The vivacious dancers of SJS, dressed in colourful costumes, twirled around and set the stage on fire with their thrilling and energetic performance. It gives us immense pleasure that our children brought glory to the school by outshining others with their incredible performances. 

  • First Prize in Group Folk Dance, minor category (5-7 years) and presented Telangana Folk Dance. A group of twelve students, all girls from Classes I and III participated and bagged a trophy and a certificate.
  • First Prize in Vocal Music Solo, light category. Tanush Kohli of Class V bagged first prize- a trophy and an outstanding certificate in Junior Category (8-13 years).

Third Prize in Vocal Music Solo, light category. Pragun Parashar of Class V bagged third prize- a momento and a certificate in Junior Category (8-13years).

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Salwan Junior School is a co –educational primary school located in Naraina Vihar, New Delhi.