A free health check up camp for teachers was organised on 22 July 2022. For setting up the camp the school authority collaborated with the Max Hospital. Free body check up and pathological test camp camps were set up inside the school premises. The camp was exclusively organised for the teachers. Doctor–gynaecologist took a session with the female teachers. Beginning with a general discussion on all types of cancer, Dr moved on to talk about the lifestyle changes that are resulting in an increase in breast cancer cases. She stressed on the importance of regular self-inspection and clinical examination for the early detection of breast cancer. She also threw light upon the symptoms of breast cancer and the preventive measures to be taken to reduce the risk of this disease.The teachers and other female staff present there were advised to visit a gynaecologist annually for a checkup and any time they have symptoms that concern them.
Competition is a good thing
It forces us to
do our best - Nancy Pearce
keeping in mind the resonance of the above mentioned words St. Froebel School, Paschim Vihar organised an inter house quiz competition on Nelson Mandela Day on 18th July 2022 for the classes VI to X in. which the different houses , with fervent participants in each house gave tough competition to each other in all five rounds. The aim of the competition was to test the knowledge of the students on the mentioned subject. The students exhibited their brilliance by their prompt answers. All the teams were well prepared and the competition was very tough.
St. Froebel School organised its annual exhibition Srijan 2022 on 16 July 2022. The exhibition was inaugurated by the principal Dr. Neeraj Vohra. The event saw young enthusiastic participants from junior, primary and middle school. The exhibition was one of its kind in the sense that it not only exhibited charts and models but the young Faradays, Newtons and Edisons demonstrated various experiments while explaining the different concepts. The young analysts educated the parents about food adulteration by showing simple techniques to test the purity of spices, milk, tea etc. Another section of the exhibition "Greenistan" heralded the use of organic products. Maths department exhibited the use of maths in everyday life - Maths is Everywhere whether it is recipes which calls for ounces, cups and teaspoons, skipping extra calories at lunch. Once on board, some common aviation related maths such as speed, altitude, flying time etc. This ignited a spark of practical interest. The section named "Our Weavers" exhibited the varied hand spun, hand woven, hand knitted products. The loom, hosiery and knitting sector formed the largest component of the textile sector, contributing 15% of export earning of India. The other sections included Water Conservation, Indian Landforms, Environmental Pollution etc. Srijan Provided a learning platform for not only students and teachers but parents as well. The students especially did a lot of research work to arrive at the required meaningful information. They analysed the hidden facts, realised the value and power of working together in a group. The students of pre-primary took the visitors to the world of cartoons making them evocative recalling their childhood days. Students of class one celebrated cultural diversity. The colourful wave of Indian culture and tradition oscillated through the school creating a magical impact on the visitors. It was a celebration of multifarious cultures and festivals symbolising the unity in diversity. SFS takes pride in this rich syncretic culture. The students dressed in the traditional costumes and put up a spectacular show with their graceful moves and sheer exuberance. Articulating similar thought the Principal Dr. Neeraj Vohra expressed that celebrating such events in school is a great way to help children realise that despite differences in looks, dresses and eating habits there is a common identity that is human being. She also said this way they also learn to practice similar values and forge a spirit of tolerance and mutual respect. The school years are formative in the life of every individual and all learning imparted stays with them for a life time. This not only forms memories but also shapes character.
SFS has had a long standing tradition of showing concern towards environment, flora and fauna in order to sensitise the students towards the need of preserving environment and ecology. A tree plantation drive was organised on 22 April 2022 on the occasion of Earth Day. Students planted various types of saplings like Neem, Tulsi, different types of ferns and other medicinal plants.Other activities like poster making , slogan writing gave the students a platform to showcase their artistic and creative skills.The main objective of this initiative was to make the students more conscious of their duties towards the environment, thereby making them proactive and instrumental in making efforts to stop further degradation and learn to progress by striking the right balance between sustainability and use of nature's gift. The principal Dr. Neeraj Vohra in her address laid emphasis on the importance of trees and plants. She encouraged the students to plant trees on their birthdays. She shared that planting a tree yields many benefits like it recharges ground water and prevents soil erosion etc. The event rekindled the emotive concerns and encouraged the youngsters to save, love and respect Mother Nature
St. Froebel School organised its orientation programme 'Rendezvous' 2022 on April 6 , 2022 at Dilli Haat Janakpuri. Shri Ajay Choudhary an IPS officer, OSD to govt. of Mizoram, lighted the ceremonial lamp .The members of management and dignitaries graced the occasion with their presence. Esteemed guests and parents together embellished the event. The SFS school choir welcomed the guests with a ditty composed by the music department. The students of public speaking club presented a talk show sharing information about school's infrastructure, faculty, achievements and safety and security measures etc. The exhilarating and electrifying dance drama depicting the stages of students's life in school , performed by the students enthralled the audience. The young toddlers were not behind swaying, twisting, shaking, oscillating rhythmically they won the eulogies of one and all present there . The principal Dr. Neeraj Vohra welcomed the parents of entrants to St. Froebel School fraternity. She shared the school's vision, system and methodology. She laid stress on effective communication between the teachers and parents and also sought their support and suggestions. She gave tips of good parenting.The parents were briefed about the functioning of the school , the dispersal pattern, security format, academic framework, assessment pattern and Co- curricular activities. An interactive session was held to answer the queries of parents. The program was concluded with a session wherein the parents interacted with the class teachers of their wards and completed the general formalities.