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December 14, 2019 Annual Art Exhibit 2019 Students of classes 10 and 12 got an opportunity to showcase their artworks in the Annual Art Exhibit 2019. The exhibition was a unique amalgamation of various mediums like linoleum prints, wood carving, clay sculpture, resin, installations, oil paintings and water colours. Unconventional pieces like a moving sculpture caught everyone’s eye. The atmosphere in the room made art lovers joyful and many students got inspired to see art from a broader perspective. Altogether, it was a step forward in widening the boundaries of art and inspiring young artists. Read More
December 14, 2019 The innovators challenge

The Innovator’s Challenge, the Annual Science competition took place on Saturday,the 14th of December 2019. In our endeavour to practise an integrated approach to Science, one that offers hands on and relevant learning experiences, the event proved to be a huge success. The crisp winter morning saw the campus abuzz with 39 teams across the High School and the IB cross several levels of competency solving puzzles and crosswords involving Chemistry, to a treasure Hunt with clues from Biology and a Mathematics task to test their skills of approximation and measurement, finally ending with a Physics task where the competitors innovated a working model of a tech toy. It was a great way to encourage scientific and technological creativity and talent among the students.

Winners

Kaira Mahajan 9-C

Udish Arora 9-C

Aahan Jain 9-A

Runners Up

Manraj Walia Class 11

Angadbir Khurana IB

Aviraj Jhakjar Class 11

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December 14, 2019 Sur Sandhya and a Rainy Day

Against the backdrop of thunder, lightning and pouring rain, students of Hindustani classical music held their own, as their melodious voices rose to a subliminal crescendo!

They sang an impressive and wide repertoire which began with a thumri in Raag Yaman and included a beautiful and soulful rendition of dohas of the saint, Kabir ji. A solo performance, the evergreen bandish, "Aaj jaane ki zidd na karo", stirred nostalgia, as did Salil Chaudhary's "Kahin dur jab din dhal jaaye".

A new and hugely successful fusion of sufi and classical Indian music, was presented with the use of western and traditional Indian musical instruments. All in all the musical evening struck a uniquely melodic chord with the audience.

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December 13, 2019 High School Annual Athletic Meet

Strawberry Fields High School was abuzz with cheer and the joie de vivre that accompanies camaraderie was evident for all to see. The High School celebrated its annual Athletic Meet on the campus today in the warm sunlit morning.

The students displayed true sportsmanship - competing honestly, winning honourably, losing gracefully and respecting authority.

The event commenced with the traditional March Past. The School Captain, Arsheya Kang and the Sports Captains, Divij Singh and Nikhita Krishan, followed by the Sports Prefect, Jaskirat Kaur led the School Marching contingent. Agni House contingent was led and commanded by Captains, Beeya Jagat and Maurya Mahajan. Terra House Captains, Ibaadat Bains and Divij Pahwa lead and gave the commands for their contingent. Aether House was led by Sanjana Bhan and Aarav Verma. The fourth contingent, that of El Maa House, was led by Ria Juneja with Manan Kansil giving the command.

The Chandigarh Police Brass Band, led by Head Constable Yashpal Sharma was in attendance.

Shoulders square, chins up and feet raised in unison, saw the contingents march by the Chief Guest, Sardar Singh Ji, former Captain of the Indian Hockey team, who took the salute.

A display of synchronized activity through various Drills was put up by the Houses. The enthralled audience, cheered the youngsters as they appreciated the effort involved during Martial Arts, Physical Fitness, Yoga and the energetic Zumba performances.

Sprints, Hurdles, Relay races and the evergreen rallier, the Tug of War brought on a roar of cheer from the student supporters.

SFHS alumni relived their wonder years as they participated in field and track events with undiminished vigour.

The trophy for the Best Marching House was awarded to Aether House. The Overall Sports Trophy was also bagged by Aether House.

The day came to a befitting end with the singing of the National Anthem.

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December 9, 2019 IBDP Business Management Skill Enhancement Session

IBDP Business Management Session, spread over 5 days, was conducted successfully from 3 to 7 December 2019 by Ms. Shailah Rafique, who is an experienced IBDP resource person and IB Examiner. She comes with a vast experience in IBDP and has worked in reputed IB schools such as Dhirubhai Ambhaniand Jamnabai Narsee International School Mumbai as a Business Management Faculty and Head of Department. She has mentored and assisted many students in the subject all over India.

During the specially conducted workshop, DP Year 2 students have been ably guided for the subject specific components and have been provided assistance for three very important components; Internal and external assessments and Extended Essay. The students have also been acquainted with higher skill development through practice of some effective tasks relevant to the subject. They were provided with opportunities to clarify their doubts regarding the topic-content and developing ability to synthesize responses. The prescribed syllabus was revised from the ground level, through various stages, though the main focus was on skill development. Additional guidance and feedback was conferred to the students through practice past papers.

Overall the session was an immense help to enhance students’ performance in the subject through various skills practice.
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December 7, 2019 ICSE Schools’ Cultural Morning ICSE Schools from in and around Chandigarh participated enthusiastically in the ICSE Schools' Cultural Morning hosted by us on Friday, 6th December. The students of all schools put up earnest and exuberant performances dressed in vibrant and colourful dresses. Principals of the participating schools were present to encourage the youngsters. It was indeed a great show of our rich cultural heritage. This show is also a chance for all of us to come together to express our solidarity and unity and celebrate education. Read More
December 6, 2019 Middle School Annual Athletic Meet 2019-20

‘Victory is in the quality of competition and not in the final score.’

Strawberry Fields High School organized the much awaited Annual Sports Day for classes V to VIII spread over two days, i.e., 2nd and 3rd December, 2019. The school grounds came alive with some exciting sporting action.

The events opened with an enthralling and daring flexible fitness drill routine and the students mesmerised the audience with their agility, flexibility, core strength and focused performances. The school campus reverberated with enthusiastic cheers from the parents as they appreciated the efforts of the youngsters during Yoga, Aerobics, Martial arts and the fun-filled and energetic Zumba performances.

Once the track and field events began, the air was filled with excitement and cheering as the budding athletes of SFHS ran for the finishing line. The young participants gave their best and displayed true sportsmanship on the field in the 80m Sprints, 80m Hurdles, 200m Sprints and the Individual Fun Races. The Inter house relay brought the children to their feet as they cheered enthusiastically for their houses.

The winners were felicitated for their outstanding performances after each event. The day was a fun filled event of laughter, energy and delight and the ceremony concluded with the singing of the National Anthem.

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December 6, 2019 Communique ‘19 – SFHS Business Challenge

Communique 2019 was conducted by SFHS Commerce department for the High School students as an interactive programe to facilitate a copious flow of knowledge and ideas packaged in exciting events to promote lateral thinking, team work and decision making.

The competition entailed major events like A finance and economics Business Quiz, Collage making on economic themes and Simulation of the stock market . All events showcased how concepts studied in classroom could be used in real life situations.

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November 27, 2019 Class 3 Assembly

The last seven days were all about improvising, pulling things through and putting the best foot forward for the class 3 team, as they presented the class assemblies for a much loved audience, comprising of their parents, grandparents and other members of the family.

The students showcased a part of their curriculum and staged an adaptation of the classic, ‘Sheep Pig’, which they will be covering through the course of this year. They personated various characters of the novel; sang, dance, enacted and brought the stage to life to reiterate the importance the age-old virtue of being polite!

The children went on to push themselves, bond and create meaningful moments of learning and ended with a special note, ‘Politeness costs nothing, but buys everything.’

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