SEWA (Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action)

SEWA (Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action) is a CBSE initiative designed to enhance students’ mental, emotional, and social well-being. It aims to nurture students holistically, fostering intellectual, personal, social, and emotional growth. Through SEWA, students are encouraged to become lifelong learners, active citizens, and compassionate individuals through experiential learning.

The program employs experiential and constructive learning methods, emphasizing the learner’s immediate personal experiences and viewing learning as an ongoing process. SEWA goes beyond traditional classroom boundaries, bridging the gap between education and the real world in meaningful ways.

Key Points about SEWA:

  • An Integral part of Health & Physical Education
  • Focus on mental/emotional and social health
  • Mandatory for the students of classes IX to XII

 SEWA Philosophy:

SEWA encompasses projects related to environment, civic responsibilities, democracy, health, and fitness, aiming to connect students with their surroundings and instil a sense of responsibility. Teachers play a crucial role in facilitating SEWA activities, focusing on developing core competencies such as social awareness, self-management, leadership, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal skills, effective communication, and responsible decision-making.

Learning Outcomes:

Participation in SEWA leads to the development of several key experiential learning outcomes, enabling students to:

  • Develop life skills such as self-awareness and empathy.
  • Cultivate creative and critical thinking.
  • Embrace a caring and compassionate attitude.
  • Act as socially empowered change makers.
  • Acquire the skills necessary to lead and initiate change.
  • Plan, implement, and execute projects connected to real-world issues.
  • Engage beyond the classroom and school boundaries.
  • Formulate strategies for meaningful program and project delivery.
  • Critique assumptions and become reflective inquirers.
  • Demonstrate fair play and ethical behaviour.
  • Compete with themselves to improve performance.
  • Understand and apply rules, integrating values across health and physical education.

Donation Drive

Workshop on Traffic Safety Rules

Salwanians Promote Cleanliness Awareness

Installation of Aerobins for Biodegradable Waste Conversion

Launch of Salwan Public School’s Jr. Ecoventure Collective

Hariyali Mela – Van Mahotsav Celebration

Business Blasters- Let’s Recycle and Create Magic

Jagriti - Primary