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Dasmesh Times June 2016

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‘Lighthouse’ status for school

WITH confident smiles and outstretched hands ready for a quick shake, students at Sri Dasmesh International School showcased their leadership skills during the school’s recent Leadership and Annual Awards day. It is a day the school celebrates its successes with student performances and tours by students. The event, however, was extra special this year. Sri Dasmesh was named a “Leader in Me...

Dasmesh Times Vol 2

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A Day At The Zoo

STUDENTS and teachers from Sri Dasmesh International School Kuala Lumpur were recently at Zoo Negara to support the establishment’s volunteer programme. Earlier this month, the school had organised a donation campaign to sponsor boots for volunteers plus a cash donation for the lion-feeding programme. A total of 130 pairs of boots were bought and distributed throughout the various sections of th...

SDIS students collect RM9155 for the Nepal Earthquake Fund

On April 25th, it was announced on every news channel that Nepal had been hit by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake. A few days later, the prime minister of Nepal announced that they have estimated the death toll to be around 10,000 people. Upon hearing the sad news, we students at Sri Dasmesh decided to start a fund called the Nepal Earthquake Fund. Students from Year 8 were in charge of fund raising whi...

Dasmesh Times V1

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The Peace Post

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Instilling the right habits`

The school’s principal and CEO Jaswinder Kaur said that she was among the 10 teachers from the school who attended the seminar based on the seven habits conducted by FranklinCovey Malaysia President V.S. Pandian. “It is astonishing to see how life-changing the seven habits are when applied to daily life. It adds value to every facet of life,” said Jaswinder Kaur. She added that ...

Programme develops leadership in children

The programme is integrated in the school’s curriculum for Year One to Year Six pupils. “They are allocated 35 minutes per week for the subject,” Jaswinder said, adding that it teaches them to be proactive, manage emotions, discuss the best solutions in any given situation and understand the consequences of actions. Jaswinder, who is also the school’s chief executive officer, said it is th...

School shows concern with art

KUALA LUMPUR: Japanese Ambassador to Malaysia Masahiko Horie received more than 10 works of art containing well-wishes and prayers from students of Sri Dasmesh School. Messages of love: Horie (centre) accepting the greeting cards and paper cranes from Sri Dasmesh pupils at the embassy Friday. With them is Sukdev (white turban). School director Sukdev Singh said it had set aside one period on Thu...

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