SCIENCE LAB

The school has well equipped science lab which help students to understand chemistry ,physics experiments. The students are also given proper safety instructions to be followed in the lab.The preserved specimens are displayed which the students look with great interest. Models of Human skeleton ,Human ear, Human teeth are in the lab.

ACADEMICS

Inclusive Education :-There are total of 8 students which come under CWSN .They are studying in normal classes but special resource teachers are recruited by SSA which occasionally visit to school and provide guidance to the teachers.! Special Training Centre is running in our school under SSA.

principal mam board phoenix

PHOENIX

UT Education Department launched ‘Phoenix’ project for classes I to VIII under the
Samagra Shikhsha Abhiyan. While explaining the word ’Phoenix’ Education Secretary B
L Sharma said , “ The Name itself suggests rising from the ashes and this is what we aim
to do”. The key objective of starting this project is:-

 The project aims at improving the learning outcomes of students and tracking their progress. The progress of each
student after completion of a unit or after the attainment of the set learning outcome will be maintained.
 The project is targeted at students belonging to disadvantaged sections of society and residents of the peripheral areas.
 A progress sheet has been devised to identify achievement level as per the learning outcome through grades A (beyond
the expected standards) , B (approached the expected standard) ,C (approaching the expected standard), D(not
meeting the expected standard) or star rating.
 Under the project, officials of Education department will constitute as monitoring team for school visits. This time , all
eyes will be on the UT for performance in PISA.

THE BHARAT SCOUTS AND GUIDES

DEFINITION:- The Bharat Scout and Guide are volunteer, non political, educational
movement for young people, open to all without distinction of origin, race or creed in
accordance with the purpose conceived by the founder Lord Baden Powell in 1907
Purpose:- It is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full
physical intellectual , emotional , social and spiritual potential as individuals as
responsible and as a members of local , national and international communities.
Club Promise
 I promise to do my best
 To do my duty to God and my country
 To keep the club law
 To do good turn everyday
Bulbul Promise
 I promise to do my best
 To do my duty to God and my country
 To keep the bulbul law
 To do good turn everyday
Club/Bulbul Law
 The club /bulbul is obedient.
 The club/ bulbul is clean and polite.
Scout Promise
 On my honour ”I promise that I will do my best to duty to God and country to help other people and to obey the scout
law.”
Scout Promise
 On my honour ”I promise that I will do my best to do my duty to God and country to help other people and to obey the
scout law.”
Scout/Guide law
 A Scout/Guide is trustworthy.
 A Scout/Guide is loyal.
 A Scout/Guide is friend to all and a brother /sister to every other scout /guide.
 A Scout/Guide is courageous.
 A Scout/Guide is thrifty.
 A Scout/Guide is pure in thought, word and deed.

PISA

Programme for International Students Assessment

by

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

 Formed in – 1997

 OECD headquarter – Paris (France)
 Official language – English & French
 India Participated – 2018 (72th rank –Tamilnadu)
 Age of Measurement – 1 Feb 2005-31 Jan 2006
 15 years 3 months – 16 years 2 months
 5252 students (150 schools x 35 students) will be assessed.
Why PISA for India

 Will help introduce competency based examination reforms in the school system.
 Will discourage rote learning.
 Lead to recognition and acceptability of Indian students & prepare them for global economy of 21 st century.
 Will evaluate education system by measuring 15 yrs old school pupils (Mathematics, Science & Reading abilities.)
 It is for improving/enabling countries to improve their education policies & outcomes.
The following actions/steps will be taken up by Education Department, UT Chandigarh:

  1. 100% coverage of teachers has to be ensured for PISA training by the Expert Committees and SCERT at the earliest.
  2. One integrated period per week (classes 6 to 10 ) may be introduced for integrated approach to learning that would
    include real life situations, more than 1 teacher and student led class.
  3. Art, Music and Physical Education teachers may be made part of integrated classroom.
  4. No Bag Day/PISA Day may be initiated for students once a week.
  5. Field trips-may be encouraged (visit gas station, railway station, parks, farms, post office etc.)
  6. Mentoring of students-One teacher may be allocated for mentoring of 5-6 students
  7. Students should be encouraged to give example and generate questions, promote peer interaction and learning as
    pedagogy.
  8. Reading has to be extensively promoted:-
    a. Teachers will be instructed to ask students to bring newspaper articles related to the topic being taught the
    next day.
    b. One mandatory reading exercise for the class per day may ne planned in school time table; teachers may take
    newspaper or other interesting articles for class reading and discussion-it should be undertaken on rotation
    basis by different teachers e.g. Science teacher on Monday, Math teachers on Tuesday and so on.
  9. Student wise plans also have to be prepared-highlighting each student’s specific challenges and strengths.
  10. Real Life situations have to be added for the content mapped in each area by the Expert Committees and the
    methodology adopted by ICSE in teaching of languages may be studied and capitalized upon.

SPECIAL TRAINING CENTRE

A child 6-14 years of age will be considered out of school if he/she has never been
enrolled in an elementary school or if after enrollment has been absent from school
without prior intimation for reasons of absence for a period of 45 days or more.
Special Training Centre are set up to prepare out of school children for age appropriate
class. Special Training for out of school children Section 4 of the R.T.E. Act makes

specific provision for special Training for age appropriate admission for out of school
children.
The Principles of STC are:-

 Treat the child with respect and dignity.
 Make efforts to bring together children to build a sense of community.
 Encourage children to take part in activities.
 If a child is homesick make arrangements to take them home and for this return.
 Develop an interest in active learning through the process of play and a print rich exciting environment.

NISHTHA

(NATIONAL INITIATIVE FOR SCHOOL HEADS TEACHERS HOLISTIC ADVANCEMENT)

The department of School Education and Literacy has launched a National Mission to
improve learning outcomes at the elementary level through an integrated Teacher
Training Programme called NISHTHA under the centrally sponsored scheme of
Samagara Shiksha in 2019-20.
NISHTHA is a capacity building programme for “Improving Quality of School education
through integrated Teacher Training.” It aims to build competencies among teachers
and school principals at the elementary stage. The basic objective of this massive
training programme is to motivate and equip teachers to encourage and foster critical
thinking among students. The key objective of starting this project is:-

 Capacity building of 4.2 million teachers
 Integrated training of Principals/ heads as key academic support.
 Focus on competency and higher order thinking skills based teaching- learning.
 Training of all heads and teachers as first level counselors.
 Promoting experimental and joyful learning.
 Awareness of centrally sponsored schemes/initiatives.
 Creation of healthy and safe school environment.
 Integration of ICT in teaching learning and assessment.
 Develop stress free school based assessment.
 Use of Art as pedagogy leading to increased creativity and innovation among students.
 To create enabling and enriching inclusive classroom environment.
 To improve learning outcomes of the students.

COMMITTEES & ITS MEMBERS
LEGAL CELL MRS SOPHIA HARDY
MRS VEENA KATARIA
MR SHYAMANANAD JHA
BAAL SANSAD MR SHYAMANAND JHA
MRS ANJNA SANKHIAN
MRS GEETA SHARMA
LEGAL CLUB MRS HARMNEET KAUR
MR JASVIR SINGH
MRS SOPHIA HARDY
MR SHYAMANAND JHA
MRS MEENA KUMARI
MRS ANURADHA
MS NAVREET KAUR
ECO CLUB MRS VANITA GOYAL
MRS RAMANJIT KAUR
SEXUAL HARASSMENT MR SUDESH SHARMA
MRS SOPHIA HARDY
MRS SUDARSHNA KUMARI

MRS MEENA KUMARI
MR BHUSHAN KUMAR
MS NAVREET KAUR
CHILD FRIENDLY MR SUDESH SHARMA
MR SHYAMAND JHA
MRS ANURADHA
MR BHUSHAN KUMAR
MS NAVREET KAUR
SCIENCE CLUB MRS VANITA GOYAL
MRS RAMANJIT KAUR
EXAMINATION MRS SOPHIA HARDY
MRS SUDARSHNA KUMARI

COMMITTEES & ITS MEMBERS
HEALTH MRS GEETA SHARMA
MRS MONIKA ARORA
SMDC MRS VANITA GOYAL
MR SARABJIT SINGH
PURCHASE MR SUDESH SHARMA
MRS SUDARSHNA KUMARI
MR BALBIR ISNGH
MR SATISH KUMAR
MR SARABJIT SINGH
RESULT MRS GURJEET KAUR
MS BHARTI WALIA
BOOKS MRS ANJU SEHGAL
MRS MONIKA

CLASSROOM OBSERVATION MRS SUMAN SAHRMA
MRS DR BHARTI GUPTA
MRS MONIKA ARORA
MR BHUSHAN KUMAR
MS UPASANA
CANTEEN MR JASVIR SINGH

MRS SUDARSHNA KUMARI
MRS SUNITA DEWAN
MRS ANURADHA
MR SATISH KUMAR
HUBS OF CBSE LEARNING MRS BHARTI GUPTA

MRS ANJNA
MS NAVREET KAUR
MS MONIKA ARORA