Event was held on 8.09.2018   ...News & Events

A Balanced Food Activity was organized in class IV by E.V.S Teacher Mrs. Sunita Chopra, to give knowledge of all the five food groups in our diet. Traditional cuisines are better than junk food. Each group had four students of four nutrients. Students displayed the cutlery talent and enjoyed doing this activity. It was the time for sharing also.

The students realized the value of good habits to stay healthy. Avoid junk food eat healthy food we should not waste food also take only as much food as you can eat, This was the motto of this activity. The students were also taught Cleanliness is also very important in the cooking food items.

To remain healthy, we need all the nutrients in right amount. The students enjoyed this activity.


    Event was held on 07.09.2018   ...News & Events

    A workshop event named ‘Mosking’ was organized in the school for Primary classes on 7th September, 2018 to make children aware of the speedy breeding of the mosquitoes in the environment and how to protect themselves with the help of ‘Mosquito Repellent Band’ by placing it on the wrist & ankle which was water resistant and it was effective for both indoors and outdoors.

    This will prevent the children to protect themselves from the grave diseases like Dengue, Chikengunia, and Malaria.     


      Given on 18.9.2018   ...News & Events

      In Arwachin Public Bharti Senior Secondary School, CBSE had organized a Hindi language teaching workshop from 6th sep’18 to 7th sep’18 in which they described about the appropriate methodology of teaching the language.

      In the workshop, the curriculum was elaborately discussed. There was also a discussion about the needs of students, coming to their way in respect of the curriculum.

      The workshop was systematically organized by the headmistress of the school, Mrs Urmila Sharma and was glorified by the chief guest, Mrs Kumud Sharma, respectively.

      In the workshop, teachers were given some tips on how they can make even a hard topic easy for the students. Especially, in Grammar, the teachers can divide the whole into various sections so as to make it interesting. Some examples on the same were also given by the experts.

      At present, Hindi language teaching has become a hard task as the other subjects in the curriculum are studied and learnt by students in English only and this fact has made Hindi subject difficult to study for the students, therefore, how we can overcome this problem and make the language interesting for the students was taught to the teachers in the workshop. It was really a well worth learning experience!  The program was attended by our TGT Hindi Teacher, Mrs. Poonam Sharma

        Greenway Modern School organized a Swachch Bharat Pakhwada from 1st to 15th September 2018 under the guidelines of office of the Special Director of Education (CTB).

        The theme for the pakhwada was “focused engagement with the teachers”.  Before flagging of this 15 days long cleanliness drive in the school premises, the teachers spoke to the students about the significance of cleanliness in our lives.  They also told the students that though the campaign is for 15 days only, but the cleanliness is a thing which had to be maintained even after the stipulated time period.  The school premises including offices, classes, playground and even the parking lots were to be maintained.  For observing the Pakhwada in a benefitting manner, the students had to complete the tasks which were directed through day wise action plans.

        On Swachchta Shapath Day, awareness messages were pasted on the gate and the assembly area while students of each class took an oath to take up at least one activity for personal/school/home/community cleanliness.

        The cleanliness maintenance and planning day witnessed the inspection of sanitary facilities by the teachers.  The day was planned to encourage cleanliness and waste management.

        The Green School Drive encouraged sapling plantation to make the school greener and cleaner.  The concept and relevance of blue and green color dustbins were introduced to the students.

        Swachchta participation Day was full of mind boggling activities ranging from Essay Writing competition to Painting competition organised by the teachers for the students on the topic “What makes my classroom/school/home dirty”.

        In class quiz competition and debates were also organized on cleanliness and hygiene practices in schools.

        Personal hygiene, which is the most important factor in cleanliness was focused on with an audio-visual progaramme.  Through the medium of videos students learnt proper way of cutting and keeping nails clean, hygienic ways of using toilets and proper method of hand washing before and after meals.  Awareness on water bone diseases and safe drinking water habits were encouraged too. The students also took the activity of Water Harvesting and its benefits.

        By the end of this drive, the students observed an alarming point that if we are not serious now towards hazards caused due to the lack of cleanliness, then in the coming years the environment would be more polluted and the situation may be very difficult for humans on earth to survive.


          CELEBRATION OF HINDI DIWAS – 14.09.2018
          Given on 18.9.2018   ...News & Events

          All over India September 14th is celebrated as Hindi Diwas. Hindi is our national language which is spoken all over the country. To make the students aware about the importance of Hindi the students were made aware about the importance of Hindi language and its usage


            Given on 18.9.2018   ...News & Events

            To commemorate the 155th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda an awareness was made by way of his teachings to the students on 12th September 2018. His famous quote was inculcated ‘Arise, Awake and do not stop until the goal is reached’. 


              Given on 18.9.2018   ...News & Events

              Commerce teachers’ foundation felicitates and honor the students of class XI -XII for their excellent result in Olympiad and CBSE board examination. This year the function was organized to felicitate these young achievers, at India international center, Max Mueller Marg on 9th September. Chief Guest was Simrit Kaur, Principal of Shri Ram College of commerce and guest of honor Dr. G.S Grewal (CA author), graced the occasion by their benign presence.

              Out of the top 20 toppers of Olympiad, 10 of class XII and 10 of class XI, 5 students were from Greenway Modern School. Students of class XII were Poorva Singhal (All India Rank 4),Palak Purwar (AIRT), and the students of class XI were Deeksha Devgan (AIR 3), Kushagra Aggarwal (AIR 5), and Arpit Jagga (AIR 8). Students securing AIR 4 and 7 of class XII and AIR 5 & 8of class XI were awarded a trophy. Student securing AIR 3 Deeksha Devgan was awarded a trophy and cash prize of Rs.5000.

              Commerce teacher of Greenway Modern School Ms. Neelam Gupta was also awarded a trophy and a certificate for her commendable contribution in the field of commerce. At the end Dr. Simrit Kaur and Dr. G.S Aggarwal motivated the students by their judicious words and congratulated Greenway for its excellent performance.

              It was a great achievement for Greenway. This victory has added yet another milestone to the legacy of Greenway.


                Given on 15.9.2018   ...News & Events

                To celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna, we celebrate the festival of Janmashtami all over the country. The Assembly was conducted to celebrate this festival by the Primary Department on 31st August, 2018 in the school premises. It  started with  Lord Krishna’s Bhajans and prayers. After that, students of Classes I – V presented a dance programme. A skit presentation depicting one of the Lord Krishna’s Leela with Maa Yashoda ji was presented. All the participants were looking very beautiful in their vibrant costumes. Everybody appreciated the programme


                  Event took place on 31.08.2018   ...News & Events

                  Janmashtami festival was celebrated with great zeal and pomp by the students of Pre School and Pre Primary.  All students came dressed in yellow coloured dress.  The students danced on Krishna songs.  The school was decorated with “Phool Bangla”,  “Krishna Jhoola”, etc.  Students celebrated the occasion by dancing on Krishna songs.  “Dahi Handi” event was also organized to mark the mischievous nature of ‘Bal Gopal’.  A “chappan bhog” was organized by the teachers which was enjoyed by all after the Krishna Aarti.


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