Young Warrior Movement is a joint initiative of the CBSE, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, YuWaah-UNICEF and a multi-stakeholder consortium of over 1,350 partners.
The Young Warrior Movement engages youths (in the age group 10-30) in some easy and real-life activities to make them fight against Covid. There are essentially five tasks that are part of the Young Warrior Movement.
One, young people can become a vaccine buddy by promoting vaccination, understanding its registration process, the dos and don’ts after vaccination. A lot of vaccine hesitancy can be addressed through vaccine buddies.
The second role that they can play is of a stress buster. There are huge mental health problems that people are facing. As a stress buster they can encourage family members, friends, siblings to talk to an expert about mental health problems. With so much negative news floating around, they can also help in focusing on positive news.
The third task is they can become a ‘fake news police’ to understand the misinformation related to Covid-19 that is out there and how to stop its spread. They can help people tackle their fears much easier than one can in any way.
The fourth role they can really take on is that of a compassionate caregiver. As of now, they are helping their family at home. So, as caregivers they can help their ill family members with their breathing exercises, watch out for any danger signs and make sure they are seeking help when needed.
The fifth and a very important role is to promote youth-led action, as to amplify Covid-appropriate behaviour, which includes masking up, sanitisation of hands and keeping a distance.
These are the different ways in which young people can make a difference. The students of ATS Valley of grades 6 to 10, enthusiastically participated in the movement. They completed all the five tasks and were awarded participation certificate from Yuwaah
"जहां न पहुंचे रवि, वहां पहुंचे कवि"
एटीएस वैली स्कूल में कक्षा पांचवी और छठी में हिंदी इंटर क्लास कविता प्रतियोगिता करवाई गई।यह प्रतियोगिता 5 और 6 जुलाई 2 दिन में करवाई गई। यह प्रतियोगिता दोनों दिन ज़ूम कक्षा में लाइव करवाई गई। पांचवी और छठी के बच्चों ने बड़े उत्साह से इस प्रतियोगिता में भाग लिया। बच्चों ने बड़े ही सुंदर अंदाज में कविता का शीर्षक बताते हुए कविता को पूर्ण आत्मविश्वास के साथ प्रस्तुत किया। इस कविता से हमें क्या शिक्षा मिलती है यह भी कुछ बच्चों के द्वारा बताया गया। बच्चों न खूब आनंद लिया। इस प्रतियोगिता का उद्देश्य हिंदी भाषा के प्रति बच्चों के मन में प्रेम और अपनी बात कहने की कला ( रचनात्मक अभिव्यक्ति) को विकसित करना था।
The start of something new brings the hope of something great. The changing global scenario demands new adaptations in every field. We, at ATS Valley School, leave no stone unturned in being at the frontline in the every field.
ATS Valley School conducted two competitions under CBSE Hub for the grades 5 to 10 in the month of April,2021. Five schools participated in this competition. The competition was held in two categories.The Interschool Photography contest was for grades 6 to 9 and Interschool News Reporting contest was for grades 10 to 12. In photography contest, the participants got an opportunity to capture the “Nature” and in news reporting, they got the chance to show their journalism skill on any current social issue.There were a large number of participants from different schools. They put in tremendous hardwork to showcase their hidden talent. The results of the competitions were announced on May 3, 2021.
We are pleased to announce the winners of CBSE Hub Competitions held
in the month of April.
*INTER SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST*
First - Nitya(ATS Valley School)
Second - Sargam(GWIS)
Third -Asit Upadhyay (GWIS)
Second- Dhriti(ATS Valley School)
Third- Dhwani Kashyap(ATS Valley School)
First- Sneha(NRI Public School)
Second- Soham(ATS Valley School)
Third- Ramneet Kaur(NRI Public School)
First- Shaurya Singh (GWIS)
Second- Japleen(ATS Valley School)
Third- Akansha(ATS Valley School)
First- Armaan(ATS Valley School)
Second - Kunjan(GWIS)
*INTER SCHOOL NEWS REPORTING CONTEST*
Theme:Current social issue
*Grade-10 to 12
First - Sai Shrita(ATS Valley School)
Second - Ankita(AAR Jain Model Sr. Sec.School)
Third - Priya(AAR Jain Model Sr. Sec. School) and Prabhleen (ATS Valley School)
Ganga Quest is a digital program aims at improving the connection with our national river Ganga. An online quiz competition on the Ganga, the rivers and the environment was conducted which aimed at analyzing and evaluating the nature of participation and status of awareness among the participants.
The students of A.T.S Valley School enthusiastically participated in the Ganga Quest and were awarded the certificates of participation.
A virtual Inter-House Quiz competition was organized by school on November 7,2020 under two categories. The first category was of juniors in which the students from grade 5 and 6 participated and in the second category, the students from grade 7 to 10 were chosen. The quiz began with the introduction of the contestants and the explanation of the rules by the quizmasters.
The questions put forth to the teams were intriguing, exciting and all the team members expressed virtual gestures of clapping and thumbs up when the teams answered correctly. There were total four rounds and one tie-breaker round to decide the winners.
The quiz was truly a learning experience for both the teachers as well as the participants.
Detailed Results of the Inter house Quiz are as follows:
Ist Position: Sahas House
IInd Position: Vivek House
IIIrd Position: Nyaya House and Sanyam House
1st Position : Vivek House
IInd Position: Sanyam House
IIIrd Position: Sahas House
IVth Position: Nyaya House
Hindi Poetry Recitation Competition
Dated : 24 January 2020
An Inter school Hindi Poetry Recitation Competition was held at the school.
Participants from three schools(ATS Valley School,Bhartiya Public School and Guruharkrishan Public School,) got a golden opportunity to showcase their poetry recitation skills.The children came up with different poems on the topic “PATRIOTISM (Deshbhakti)” and recited them with great zeal and enthusiasm.
The contestants from all the three schools left no stone unturned to win for their school.
Students were judged on various parameters like confidence,voice modulation, presentation etc .Jashman Gill from ATS Valley School bagged the first position whereas,Aarushi Jain from ATS Valley School got the second position and Tamanna Kashyap from Bhartiya Public School got the third position.
Certificates along with prize were awarded to top three winners and participation certificates were given to all the participants Students were encouraged to hone their literary skills and added that participation is more important than winning a competition.
Inter School Poster Making Competition
Dated : 24 January 2020
An Inter School Poster Making Competition was organized at the school. The students from four schools (ATS Valley School, Bhartiya Public School, Global Wisdom International School and Guruharkrishan Public School) participated with enthusiasm and immense zeal. The posters created by the students were both soul stirring and a visual treat.
The topics were divided into three groups:
Fruit basket/Cartoon Character
Freedom Fighter/ National Sport
The total time allotted for the activity was 2 hours. The decision regarding the winners was made on the basis of following criteria:
* Relevance to the topic
* Accuracy and clarity of the theme
* Overall presentation
The following students bagged the First, second and third position in the competition.
In GROUP A
First to Jasmine (ATS Valley School), Second to Amar (Bhartiya Public School) and Third to Pawan Kumar (Bhartiya Public School)
In GROUP B
First to Akansha (ATS Valley School), Second to Gurleen (ATS Valley School) and Third to Sania (Guru Harkrishan Public School)
In GROUP C
First to Anshika Dhiman (Guru Harkrishan Public School), Second to Gurman (ATS Valley School) and Third to Bhavya Sharma (Bhartiya Public School).
The certificates along with prize were awarded to top three winners of each group and participation certificates were given to all the participants. The competition was like an extravagance for the young painters and the
spectators as well, as they have used their brilliance of painting blended with the perceptions displayed on the painting sheet. Overall it was an interesting session for the students as they participated with great enthusiasm.