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EVS club, TAFS celebrated ‘Van Mahotsav’ on 29th August 2014. A special morning assembly was held in which students of classes VI to VIII presented a cultural programme

The programme commenced with the recitation of a self composed poem  by a student followed by speech on the significance of Van Mahotsav. Then a group of students performed a skit highlighting the interdependence of plants, animals and human beings. The choir group sang a beautiful song highlighting the importance of trees in our lives.

The special assembly was followed by the tree plantation in which students of class VI planted about fifty saplings at various places in the school campus.They also took a pledge to look after the trees.

 

To mark the occasion EVS club also organized a poster making competition on the topic - “Come…Let’s Paint the City Green”. The position holders were awarded by the school principal Mrs Deepika T Singh. She also addressed the gathering with her inspiring words and encouraged the students to keep the school Green & Clean.

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    Interclass Hindi “Kavita Vachan” competition was held in school on 28.08.14 for class III.  Young minds of TAFS impressed everyone with their choice of poems based on general awareness like    “ Jal ka sanchay”, “Ganga”, “Paani anmaol hai”. VYANG plays an important part in Hindi poetry composition which was well expressed in poems like “Anokhe muhavare”, “Yeh baat samajh nahin aayi” but the poem which won our hearts and won maximum applauds was “ Ek Diya” which meant “HOPE” . Everyone enjoyed being part of this lovely program. The esteemed judges appreciated the efforts put in by the children and wished them many more achievements in all future endeavours.

    The winners are :

    First position:   Arnav Shrivastava   (III A)

    Second  position:    Christene    (III E)

                                       Tushita       (III B)

    Third  position:        Lavya         (III A)

    Consolation Prizes:

                                        Ashana   (IIID)

                                          R. Siddhant (III A)

                                          Ashika  ( III D)

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      Itihaas “ANVESHAN-INVERSE” 2014
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      Itihaas “ANVESHAN-INVERSE” 2014

      The Air Force School was host to the First ever music research inter school competition “ITIHAAS ANVESHAN INVERSE”,that was an initiative by ITIHAAS-a historical preservation organization.

      The event was one of a kind,with the theme as “Indian historical monuments” based on which students of various schools had to perform self-composed songs along  with research on the related theme.

      The judges for the event were :  Ms  Manjari Sinha,Ms Mona Chawla,and the ITIHAAS director,Ms Shivani.The Chief guest was Dr.Swarankar,Superintendent at-Archaeological survey of India.

      Over 16 schools participated in the event and it was a mega musical treat for everyone present. The event was held for junior teams from class III-Vth  and saw melodious little souls enthusiastically taking part and cherishing the opportunity.

      The event saw a great blend of music and history which was unique for these tiny minds.The students worked up various props,instrumental compilations,skits and even speeches on monuments like The Red fort to Gwalior fort .

      The prize distribution was a grand affair with over 10 schools winning various awards amongst the participating 17 schools. Each school performed spirited souls,qawallis,and plays to narrate the historical reflection of the song and lyrics.

      The Awards were given out in various categories like Best song, best musical research, best instrumental etc. The top awards were taken by the following schools:

      ·         Army Public School,Gwalior.

      ·         GD Goenka School,Rohini

      ·         Delhi Public School,Rohini

      ·         Summerfields school,Kailash colony

      ·         Sachdeva public school

      ·         Sri venkateswara school

      ·         Cambridge School Indirapuram

      Since the event was the first of its kind,all the participating schools received participating certificates.The young minds were chirp and alive with historical spirits and even participated in the quiz sessions on the various monuments with great enthusiasm.

      The event culminated with all the little ones,raising the anthem of “JAI HIND” and the amalgamation of beautiful Indian History and music was unique,and very enlightening.

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        The Consumers` Conclave 2014
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        The Consumers’ Conclave 2014

        INTER-SCHOOL COMPETITION ON CONSUMER AWARENESS

        The results of the competition were as follows-

        S No

        Name of the Prize

        Name of the School

        Name of the Participants

        The Canvas Expression – Poster Making (Jr Group)

        1.

        III Position

        Ryan International School, Faridabad

        Srishti Drolia

        2.

        II Position

        Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj

        N. Sriya

        3.

        I Position

        Tagore International School, Paschim Marg

        Nehal Vijay

        The Canvas Expression – Poster Making (Sr Group)

        1.

        III Position

        Delhi Public School, Rohini

        Ritvika Choudhary

        2.

        II Position

        The Air Force School

        Sonali Kausam

        3.

        I Position

        Tagore International School, East of Kailash

        Furquan Ahmad

        Reality Matters - Symposium

        1.

        III Position

        Birla Vidya Niketan

        Poorva Bajaj

        2.

        II Position

        Summer Fields School

        Rishabh Malhotra

        3.

        I Position

        Tagore International School, East of Kailash

        Vivek Verma

        Jagriti - Nukkad Natak

        1.

        III Position

        Summer Fields School

        2.

        II Position

        The Air Force School

        3.

        I Position

        Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj

        Overall Championship

        1.

        Overall Championship

        Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj

         

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          To be able to tell a story is an art and the tiny tots of class I turned story tellers on 22Aug 2014! With their expressions and the choice of stories these little story tellers spun yarns which enthralled the audience. The confidence and the poise they spoke with was praise-worthy. They narrated stories with varied themes ranging from the world of fantasy to the evergreen Panchatantra- tales, science fiction and some modern tales and made a huge success of it.

          All students were awarded with a huge round of applause and certificates of appreciation as a mark of encouragement.

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            RESULTS

            S No

            Event Name

            Position-1

            School Name

            Position-2

            School Name

            1.

            RobotiX

            ARSH

            SAHIL GUPTA

            BAL BHARTI SCHOOL, DWARKA

            AMAN KUMAR

            KSHITIZ

            MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL, ANAND NIKETAN

            2.

            Flash It!!

            KUNWAR PAL SINGH

            BAL BHARTI PUBLIC SCHOOL, DWARKA

            KAUSTUBH

            ARMY PUBLIC SCHOOL, SHANKAR VIHAR

            3.

            Total LANage

            RISHABH KARPA

            AIR FORCE BAL BHARTI SCHOOL

            MOKSH TAREJA

            DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, RK PURAM

            4.

            Synchronize

            KANWARPAL SINGH

            SACHIPREET KAUR

            SHUBHAM MODY

            BAL BHARTI PUBLIC SCHOOL

            ADITYA CHADHA

            DIPANSH GUPTA

            NEW ERA PUBLIC SCHOOL

            5.

            Code-a-Thon

            NISHANT GAHLAWAT

            INDRAPRASTHA WORLD SCHOOL

            KARTIK SINGH

            CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL, INDIRAPURAM

            6.

            Jeu- Concours (Senior)

            ADITYA CHADHA

            SWAPNIL

            NEW ERA PUBLIC SCHOOL

            VISHAD VIPLAV

            SARTHAK SEHGAL

            CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL, INDIRAPURAM

            7.

            Jeu- Concours (Junior)

            SAMANYU MAHAJAN

            ARITRA BANERJEE

            DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, DWARKA

            PARTH GUPTA

            DEV ANAND GUPTA

            CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL, INDIRAPURAM

            8.

            Conceptualize

            SWAPNIL RUSTOGI

            SHUBH PAHWA

            DAV PUBLIC ACHOOL

            SAKSHAM PANDITHA

            VARUN VIJAY

            CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL, INDIRAPURAM

            9.

            Le Colloque

            SANA GUJRAL

            AYUSH SRIVASTAVA

            DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, RK PURAM

            MANU MAHIMA

            DIPTI CHOURSIA

            The Air Force School

            10.

            Cipher

            SAURAV MITTAL

            DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, ROHINI

            ADITYA DHAWAN

            NEW ERA PUBLIC SCHOOL

            OVERALL WINNER OF THE TECHFEST 2014: BAL BHARTI PUBLIC SCHOOL, DWARKA

             

             

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              Exploring the antiquity!

              Monuments are the grappling irons that bind one generation to another!!

              These mighty marvels of the medieval era were explored by the budding historians of Class
              7- C & D through an activity titled "The Majestic Monuments of Delhi".

              The students left no stone upturned to unravel the mystery behind history. From conceptualising to designing newspaper, enacting role plays, unerathing architectural styles, the young enthusiasts did it all.

              Infused with unbound creativity and imagination the activity indeed proved to be a stimulating one!

               

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                Independence Day Celebrations by Junior Wing

                As part of the 68th Independence Day celebrations, the Junior Wing presented a mélange of patriotic activities on 13 Aug 2014, which created an atmosphere of national pride.

                Class ll students dressed as our great national heroes of yesteryears like Bhagat Singh, Subhash Chandra Bose, Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi, Rani Lakshmi Bai reminded us of their role in the independence of our country. They also highlighted the contribution of great maestros from the field of science and technology, sports, music, dance, mountaineering etc. whose work helped our country to make great progress. Thus APJ Abdul Kalam, Bachhendri Pal, Kalpana Chawla, Milkha Singh, Sachin Tendulkar and many more such heroes wowed the audience with their patriotic fervour.

                To keep alive the flame of patriotism, the students of class V performed a contemperory dance on a medley of popular patriotic songs and the students of the choir rendered a melodious song on our ‘Tiranga’.

                Students of class V also presented a Nukkad Naatak, ‘Aaj ke yug mein desh prem ka arth’. Through the couplets of our saint poets Kabir and Rahim they conveyed to our young audience the true meaning of patriotism in today’s scenario. Our duties and responsibilities, as citizens of India, require us to become the change-makers for the country’s progress. This can be achieved by keeping our surroundings clean, saving our resources like water and electricity, following traffic and other rules, inculcating a civic sense and respecting each other and the diversity of our country.

                The celebrations were held in The Aravalli Hall which was decorated in tri colours and wore a festive look.

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                  Air Commodore S Ravi Vridhachalem VM VSM, Air Officer Commanding AFRO was the chief guest on the occasion of the 68th Independence Day Celebrations at The Air Force School. He was accompanied by his wife Mrs Jamuna Ravi. Addressing the students he spoke about the need for discipline & tolerance. He urged the students to cultivate self discipline so that they would monitor their own selves without an external locus of control.

                  Air Cmde Vridhachalem was presented a sculpture of mother & child titled – ‘Freedom – the Embodiment of Love’ crafted by students of the school.

                  The Principal, Mrs Deepika Thapar singh spoke about the need to put the interest of our nation ahead of our personal interests, egos & biases.

                  The programme presented by the five houses showcased the richness of Indian music, dance & thoughts. It was a poetic representation of the symphony of life that is played out in all its vibrant richness in the vast Indian Sub-Continent. The Arjan House with its presentation of a medley of songs in various Indian languages was judged the best while Katre House & Pratap House came second.

                   

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                      Proficiency Awards ceremony 2013-14
                      Proficiency Awards ceremony 2013-14
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                      Proficiency Awards ceremony 2013-14

                      THE JUNIOR WING PROFICIENCY AWARDS CEREMONY(2013-14)

                      01 AUGUST 2014

                       

                      Proficiency and integrity are not a given,

                      They are proven over time and developed with hardwork

                       

                       

                       

                       

                      The Proficiency awards ceremony, Junior wing  was held on 01 August 2014, in the Aravali Hall. The prestigious ceremony began with the lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest Mrs Bindu Sikand.

                       

                      The ceremony began with an address by Ms Deepa R Krishnan,

                      the Head Mistress welcoming the Chief Guest and the proud parents. In her address she emphasised on the greater meaning ‘learning’ has acquired today. It is not confined to academic endeavours and is more about looking for lessons in every experience and inculcating values in life. This was followed by a cultural programme where the school choir melodiously rendered the song ‘The Climb’ by Miley Cyrus. Freestyle dancers from class IV and V enthralled the audience with a scintillating performance on a high school musical number ‘We are in it together’.

                       

                      There were thirteen categories of awards naming oration, dictation, recitation and creative writing in both Hindi and English. Other categories recognised were those of Mental Ability, General Knowledge, Dance,  Music and Drawing. In all 65 students were felicitated. As the award winners proudly received their trophies, a round of applause from the audience congratulated them. The smiles on their faces reflected the year round hard work they put in to hone their skills.

                       

                      Speaking on the occasion, Mrs Bindu Sikand, the Chief Guest, interacting effortlessly with children, emphasised the importance of sports and cocurricular activities besides academics to grow into good, responsible future citizens of tomorrow’s India. Ma’am also encouraged the students not to lose hope over small upsets and treat all setbacks as stepping stones.

                       

                      The ceremony concluded with a vote of thanks by Ms. Nandita Saxena and the Air Force Schools’ song. It was a memorable occasion for the young achievers and their parents.

                       

                       

                       

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                                            HINDI RECITATION COMPETITION

                        The Hindi Recitation Competition was organized for Class II children on 31st July 2014. The children chose a variety of topics for their recitation like nature, trees, flower, mother, teacher, and motivation. The poems were recited beautifully keeping in mind the rhythm, mood, diction and expressions. The judges praised all the students for their entertaining and engaging recitations. The winners of the competition are.

                        First Position                           Class

                        1

                        Manasvi Joshi

                         II B

                        2

                        Aanvi Verma

                         II D

                         

                        Second Position                      Class

                        1

                        Sahil

                        II A

                         

                        Third Position                           Class 

                        1

                        Angad Sharma

                        II B

                        2

                        Padm Neelabh

                        IIE

                        3

                        Shambhavi Bahuguna

                        II D

                        4

                        Manya Sabarwal

                        II C

                         

                        Consolation Prize

                        1

                        Rakshanda

                        II A

                        2

                        Raghav singh

                        II A

                        3

                        Ritika Rathore

                        II B

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                          Magic Show for Jr School on 4/8/14

                           

                          The junior school students were enthralled to watch the magic show organised in the Aravali Hall. The Magician took the bewildered children to a world of magic where things appeared and disappeared at his commands. The student volunteers were amazed at their own magical capabilities. The show created an atmosphere of inquisitiveness among the young minds. Thus the Junior Tafsians spent an amazing and fun filled morning at school.

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                            "An early-morning walk is a blessing for the whole day. ~ Henry David Thoreau "