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Zonal Cultural Festival (Drama) competition

Our school secured First Position in Zonal Cultural Festival (Drama) competition.

Zonal Cultural Festival (Drama) competition

Our school secured First Position in Zonal Cultural Festival (Drama) competition.

PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS OF READING AND SPEAKING SKILLS

PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS OF READING AND SPEAKING SKILLS Phonetics is defined as the branch of linguistics that deals with the sounds of speech and their production, combination, description and representation by written symbols. In pursue of this goal, A workshop on 'Phonological awareness of reading and speaking skills’ through experiential learning and storytelling as a tool for teaching was conducted in Sam International School in the school premises by Ms. Alka Rai.In first half of this workshop teachers were explained the root cause of mispronunciation like probable misdirection of tongue and promptly and efficiently, correct it in a student, thereby, making the procedure faster and more efficient. In second half Ms. Rai demonstrated interesting techniques like dramatization, voice modulation and expression which helps in making story telling effective and captivating. Workshop ended with the great idea that Phonemic awareness is one of the best predictors of how well children will learn to read during the first few years of school.

WORLD HEALTH WEEK

WORLD HEALTH WEEK "Good health adds life to years". Life expectancy goes up and people live longer. This was the dictum of Sam International School, when on the occasion of 'World Health Day’; the students from Pre-School to class II celebrated 'Health Week'. Various events and activities were organized to send out the message that health comes first. The host of activities included tug-of-war, skit, yoga and races. Dietician Ms. Jyotsna briefed nutritious value of healthy food. A well developed involvement of students was discerned to give information about ‘how to keep food safe and avoid infections’. Principal Ms. Karuna Verma addressed the assembly by her motivational speech and requested not to eat ‘Junk Foods’. The positive feedback by parents goes a long way in boosting the morale of the institution

WORKSHOP ON "EDUCATION IN U.S.A"

WORKSHOP ON "EDUCATION IN U.S.A" A counseling workshop on "Education in U.S.A" was organized inside the school campus on 12TH September 2019, in association with Wichita State University and State University of New York, by SIMPLED. The following dignitaries from these U.S Universities conducted the workshop and guided the students about the different options available in U.S.A after passing class 12th exams: • Chris Wright, Dean of Admissions, Massachusetts College of Art and Design • Dan Serig, Associate Vice President for academic affairs, Massachusetts College of Art and Design • Kate Friedrich, International Admissions Advisor, State University of New York • Sam Eastes , International Admissions Officer, Wichita State University • Mr. Yasir Ansari, Director and Co-Founder, SIMPLED The workshop concluded with an interactive session between the resource persons and the students.

GURUVANI

A SPECIAL INTERVIEW WITH THE PRINCIPAL

STAR EDUCATOR AWARD!!!

STAR EDUCATOR AWARD!!! "The secret of success is to do the common thing uncommonly well." This was demonstrated by Ms. Karuna Verma; Principal of Sam International School, when she bagged prestigious award in 5th Progressive Teacher Conclave held at Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi on 31st August 2019.Madam believes that an excellent educator can serve as an inspirational and encouraging role model for a child long after the classroom year is over. This is especially true when it comes to star educators who work with children dealing with diverse challenges and needs. Finally the destined hour approached when Madam Karuna Verma’s name was proclaimed on stage to receive the ‘Star Educator Award’ for Special Contribution in school Education’. This prestigious award was actually a result of her deep knowledge and passion for subject matters, strong work ethic, sociability and accessibility, the ability to build caring relationships with students. One more proud moment was still waiting for Sam International school when Hindi teacher’s name was also announced to receive ‘Innovative Teaching Strategies Award’ for teaching Hindi in an innovative way.

ACCOLADE TO TEACHERS!!!

ACCOLADE TO TEACHERS!!! Sam International School celebrated ‘Teachers’ Day’ on 5th September 2019, with full gusto to give homage to renowned scholar, recipient of Bharat Ratna, an educationist, envoy, academician and above all a great teacher Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. On this virtuous occasion School decided to organize a thanksgiving ceremony to cherish the contribution of teachers in making future of their students. School believes that a teacher must have a broad knowledge of subject, curriculum, enthusiasm, a caring attitude, a love for learning; knowledge of discipline and classroom management techniques. School Principal Ms. Karuna Verma valued all the teachers for their hard work with devotion, dedication and determination. Then came the rousing moment for the school when madam announced five teachers’ name for receiving awards for their exemplary services in different fields of education. Ms. Shashi Bhatt, The IT Head, was awarded for her contribution in the smooth running of the Computer and IT wing of the school. Ms. Kalpana Raghuvanshi, TGT English was awarded for her sincere services in media coordination of the school. Ms. Shobha Sharma was awarded for her innovative teaching strategies in Hindi. Ms. Shalini Malik was awarded for winning various inter-school competitions awards in art and also for her creativity and hard work to keep the school adorned with beautiful artwork all the yearlong. The last but not the least Ms. Neelam Verma, PGT Political Science was awarded for her excellent contribution in class 12th Political Science board results of the session2018-19. All teachers received a trophy with certificate, by school Chairman Mr. Praveen Kumar. Principal Ma’am commended their hard work and the entire SAM Team congratulated them for their sincere efforts.

SAM POSES IN POETRY RECITATION!

SAM POSES IN POETRY RECITATION! Sam International School feels, Poems are important for children and good for adults as well. It awakens one’s sensitivity and enhances creative capacity. So, why not to experience this magic in our life? The Poem recitation helps to develop memorization skills. Students also learn to pick up patterns and sequences in poetry recitations. Poetry also provides a relaxed and pleasing way to practice language skills. Practicing poetry recitations enhances their public speaking skills. Children who have recited poetry in public before are more open to speaking in front of an unknown audience. Early exposer would make the children feel more comfortable with meeting new people and networking. “Poetry is my soul; Poetry is my goal, with poetry “I am the best of all.” were the poetic lines, melodiously sung by Anjali XI-A when English Poetry Recitation Zonal Competition was organized on 13th August 2019 in which Students took an opportunity to demonstrate their talent and poise. Participants were enthused to come forward and enumerate on stage. Amongst all the participants, Anjali XI-A of Sam International School Sec-12 Dwarka stood 2nd in the Zonal Competition. The school principal, Ms. Karuna Verma congratulated the winner and appreciated her splendid performance.

TRIBUTE TO MAHATAMA GANDHI ON 150TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY

TRIBUTE TO MAHATAMA GANDHI ON 150TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY I, Aman Raghav of Sam International School believe that gifting highest rate of Indian literacy would be the best tribute to the Father of Nation on his 150th birth anniversary. If talking about Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy of literacy, it is clearly an eye opener for every Indian. He says “By education I mean an all-round drawing out of the best in child and man - body, mind and spirit”. Breaking all bars of caste and creed, education must be received by everyone and should be the basic right of each one. Subaltern must be the priority to receive education as their weapon for upliftment. I believe, literacy is neither the end of education nor the beginning. It is only one of the means whereby man and woman can be educated. Literacy in itself is no education. I would, therefore, begin the child's education by teaching it a useful handicraft and enabling it to produce from the moment it begins its training. Only every skill has to be taught not merely mechanically as is done today, but scientifically, i.e. the child should know the why and the wherefore of every process." AMAN RAGHAV XC

Workshop on ‘Interpersonal Skills'

A workshop on ‘Interpersonal Skills’ was organized in Sam International School on 18th April 19 for the students of classes IX and X, in collaboration with HT. The Resource person Mr. Lucky Puchhrat, a personal management expert; taught the students managing behavioral issues, to develop unshakable confidence, build stronger relationship, take 100% control over their decision making, how to release negativity from their lives, to eradicate and replace old habits that are no longer in use, how to squeeze new challenges, how to develop a career plan to fulfill their passion and purpose and also how to create life balance and spend more time doing what they love. Students also performed various activities. This was an enlightening and informative workshop which was concluded by saying ‘Great Things always Begin within’.

INTER SCHOOL MATHS QUIZ

The students of our school ( Akshansh and Soumya Raj) participated in an Inter school Maths Quiz ( Matho Mania) organized at New Era Public School, Sector-24, Dwarka, Delhi on 27th July, 2018. Many schools of Delhi participated in the event and the students of SAM International School added one more feather in its cap by bagging first position. Principal, Ms. Karuna Verma appreciated and congratulated the students for their achievement

DECATHLON SCHOOL OLYMPICS

Proud Moment for SAMites. SAM International School boys under 19 football team has kept the spirit high by winning the Gold Medal in Decathlon School Olympics 2018 held at ITL Public School from August 14 to September 10. Our boys displayed their refined skills under the able guidance of their coach by winning against the top schools. The team was appreciated by honourable chairman, principal and the staff.

LEARN NOT TO BURN

“Learn Not To Burn” was the concept in mind when Sam International School invited officials from fire station, Sec-6, Dwarka, on 12th December 2018. Mr.Hari Ram S.T.O along with his team members Mr.Davender Kumar and Mr.Kapoor Singh visited at a short notice and guided the students, staff and the school management. Mr.Hari Ram an S.T.O, in his address, articulated how fire is generated and can be restricted. His team also demonstrated how to use fire extinguishers and fire brigades at the time of catching fire. Mock fire and evacuation drills were also conducted. Fire Safety demonstration was designed to create a safety mind-set and awareness amongst the staff and students. The staff, students, guards and other employees learnt about the mechanism of fire formation.

ANNUAL FUNCTION

Sam International School celebrated its Annual Day on 2nd December-2018 ‘SAManvay- Ek Athak Prayaas’ with moral, cultural and environmental values. Chief Guest Prof. (Dr).Prasannanshu, professor National law University graced the occasion. He applauded the school for its all round success and wished a better future for the students. This was followed by the annual report presented by the school Principal Ms. Karuna Verma. Chief Guest along with Chairman and Principal gave away the awards of academics and co-curricular activities to the achievers. Toppers of classes X, XII and National level Sports students were awarded cheques by the School Management. This was followed by a musical ballet ‘SAManvay-Ek Athak Prayaas’ which included Bhangra dance, Dandiya dance, Pollution dance, Earth dance, Carnival dance and Rajasthan dance etc. The rich display of colour, music and light accompanied by budding talent had the audience breaking into loud applause very often. The programme culminated with vote of thanks followed by national anthem.

Tributes paid to Missile Man

SAM International School paid tribute to India’s Missile Man and the eleventh President of the country, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, on his 87th birth anniversary on 15th October18. Gluts of activities were conducted to display his life achievements and contribution to Science and Technology. Principal Ms. Karuna Verma also addressed students on the occasion. She asked questions about his life and stirred the students to imbibe his values and pursue his footsteps. Students of VI – XII also participated in an Intra Class Quiz on the life of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. A Science Exhibition was also organized along with Caricature Competition where Samites artistically made beautiful caricatures of Missile man of India. The winners of caricature were awarded with prizes by honorable Principal . The winners of caricature competition were- Anushka Prasad- VIIB- First, Angel Rao-VIIA consolation, Ananya XI B- First, Astha XB -Consolation

Feeding the world, caring for the earth

The students of SAM INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL observed 'WORLD FOOD DAY’ on 16 October to fight against malnutrition, poverty and hunger. A special assembly was held where the children educated and advocated the importance of food by taking an oath and promised not to waste food. Principal Ms Karuna Verma also sensitized the students for a world free of hunger. The best part of this special assembly was donated food packets by Samites to needy and hungry.

Champions all the way

The youthful, vigorous and dynamic champions of Sam International School displayed their aptitude at CBSE Central Zone Taekwondo competition (under 17 category), held from 10th October to 13th October 18 and brought home two gold medals and one bronze. The members of the winning brigade were: 1. Piyush Priyam class X U-68 kg gold 2. Arpan Khandari XI U-63 kg gold 3. Maulik Dhyani XI U-78 kg bronze

CBSE RESULT OF CLASS X AND CLASS XII

Total No. of Students appeared in class X – 80 Pass percentage- 100% Average of Class X – 82% Students getting 90% and above in Class X Anvesha Riya 97%, Sankalp Gupta 94%, Shivam Mukherjee 93%, Vedika S Kumar 93%, Saurabh Meena 93%, Mukta Budhiraja 92%, Anshul 92%, Manas Chawla 92%, Deepanshu Kaushik 91%, Rupantak Shekhar 91%, Aastha Bhat 90%, Ishika Raj 90%, Priyanshu Kumar 90%,Sakshi Singh 90% Total No. of Students appeared in class XII – 55 Pass percentage- 100% Average of Class XII – 80% Students getting 90% and above in class XII Anmol Banerjee 95.5%, Simran Kamboj 95%, Garvit Galgat 95%, Bhavika Kamboj 94%, Purba Bhattachary 94% Yashika Kalra 90%, Naman 90%

SAM INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BESTOWED WITH TOP CBSE SCHOOL AWARD NEW DELHI

Heartiest Congratulations to Sam International School, Dwarka for having been conferred upon the prestigious North School Merit Award by Education Today. We have been awarded “Value for Money”-the Jury’s Choice Award, for commendable and excellent contribution in the field of education. It was an esteemed moment for the school when Ms. Karuna Verma, the school Principal received the award on the behalf of the school on September 8, 2018. Sam shall always keep climbing the ladder of success and serving humanity unequivocally.