The students from middle and senior segments visited Baba Baghel Singh Museum at Gurudwara Bangla Sahib. Children were informed of Sikh history, heritage, military traditions through paintings placed there. Students did Sewa in langar (community kitchen) based on the guiding principles of Kirt Karo, Wand chhako of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. It was an enriching experience for the students as well as teachers.
Social Science Exhibition was organised on 2 September 2017. A Nukkad Natak on Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao and Sarv Shiksha Abhyan was showcased to spread awareness about the importance of education for all. The tiny tots of primary segment put up a fancy dress show. They were dressed as Indian freedom fighters. This performance was accompanied by various colourful, interesting charts and models. There was a display of nutritive food items to enable the parents to inculcate healthy eating habits in their children.
Teachers, Day 5 Sept. 2017 was celebrated with great zest & rejoicement. A special assembly was conducted in which the students of class XII commenced the day by paying a tribute to the great teacher Dr. Saravpalli Radhakrishan. The Pupil Teachers conveyed gratitude to their great mentors by felicitating them with a beautiful card and a red rose bud. A Cultural programme was presented by the members of Teaching & Administrative staff followed by grand lunch at Clay 1 Grand Banquet, Mayapuri. Principal Mrs. Davinderjeet Kaur Dhingra, Vice Principal Mrs. H. K. Walia & H. M. Mrs. Virdi congratulated & blessed the teachers on this special occasion. The teachers were over whelmed to hear the good news that GHPS (IG) has been awarded II position as the best school in India Gate premises. Thus it turned out to be a very special day for both the teachers & the students.
A workshop on Good Touch and Bad Touch was organized for students of Classes I and II on 14 September 2017. It was held to support the cause of creating awareness on child safety. Ms. Geetika Virdi, Counselling Psychologist, Fortis Healthcare, conducted the workshop to teach the children how to identify the No Touch areas, understand who are Safe Adults and how to clearly communicate with parents about any bad experience. She also highlighted how to handle a bad touch by shouting NO running away from the person and informing a safe adult about the same. With this session, children will now able to recognize and protect themselves against such dangers from an early age.