• Counselling Session for Growing Up Girls
  • Counselling Sessions
  • Counselling for Group IV employees

Counselling Session for Growing Up Girls

"If We don't Change ,We Don't Grow. We aren't Really Living.. " Garry Shecky

Changes in life are inevitable. During the stage of puberty, girls need proper support and guidance by their elders, especially mothers. JKPS organized a webinar on this subject creating awareness about the Physiological and Psychological changes in Girls on December 14,2020. Mothers along with their daughters attended the session. School Counsellor Dr Gurleen Sawhney conveyed about take care of personal hygiene and general wellbeing. She encouraged to talk to their mothers as their friends. They learnt not only about the growing up changes in girls but also were guided to develop a strong bond with their mothers. It was a very interesting and interactive session.

Counselling Sessions

Session for Students and Parents on Cybercrime and Safety

Prepare and prevent , Donít repair and repent
Author SESSIONS ON CYBERCRIME AND SAFETY TO SAFEGUARD JKPS The issue of Cyber Crimes is emerging as a big challenge for Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) around the world and India is no exception. India is ranked third among the list of where highest number of Cyber threats were detected and in terms of targeted attacks. To keep jkps students aware of Cybercrime, school Counsellor Dr.Gurleen Sawhney and Mrs. Prabjot Gulati from computer department conducted workshops for all parents and students of class VIII to XII periodically during month of May and July The school Counsellor conveyed that Family is your strength and not strangers. There is No control once you put anything Online. How you use social media becomes your character certificate later. Computer being a Target and computer being a weapon was conveyed by Mrs Prabjot Gulati. She conveyed about different cybercrimes like hacking, spamming, many other online threats. Awareness on Cyberlaws, Cyber Ethics and Cyber footprint also helped students to be alert n Safe JKPS invited Mr Ambuj Makheeja ,cybersecurity consultant to talk to students of class XI and their parents on keeping themselves safe in this world of technology . Mrs Prabhjot Kaur and Dr Gurleen Sawhney talked about cybersafety and how to keep oneself safe on August 26,2021.All the sessions were organized to keep the students and parents well informed and take necessary precautions for their safety
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Session for Parents

"Time Management is Life Management"
"Arranging, Organizing & Budgeting"time to accomplish any activity was the key mantra of the workshop organized by JKPS Counselling & Special education deptt. for the parents of class Pre-Primary to class 5 on "Time Management" during the month of September, 2020. Managing the time and schedule of children during this hard time of pandemic was the biggest challenge for parents, which was eased out by sharing different activities which could be carried out by parents to manage time in the effective manner and could be beneficial for students.

Session for Parents

"Resilience is the capacity of a system, enterprise or person to maintain its core purpose and integrity in the face of dramatically changed circumstance." Andrew Zolli
JKPS has not only extended its hand in helping its children but also extended its warmth to their respective parents on online mode by organizing workshop on "Emotional Resilience" during this unforeseen situation. The workshop was conducted by School Counsellor and Special Educator for the parents of class 6 to 12 in the month of July, 2020.
Workshop highlighted on developing the basics of mindfulness and positive psychology. It also enlightened parents to focus on developing self-confidence, self-esteem and also focusing on having a Me-Time to keep themselves resilient during this difficult time of pandemic. School counsellor along with computer department also took workshop for parents as well as students on Cybercrime & how to keep yourself safe during these online classes.

Session for Parents

We cannot control everything that happens, but we can change our experience for those things."
Managing children during the initial times of lockdown was the biggest challenge for parents at home. To engage children in prolific activities & helping them to overcome their hyperactivities, JKPS Special education & counselling department came up with the workshop on virtual platform for the parents of class Pre-primary to class 5 on "Managing stress during lockdown"in the month of April, 2020. Activities to realize stress & anxiety in children were shared, like making mind jars, pitching pennies and other activities. The workshop was well appreciated & was very helpful for the parents.

Session for Class 1 Parents

A session with parents of class 1 was conducted on 21 December,2019 in the school auditorium by School Counsellor Dr.Gurleen Sawhney and Special Educator Mrs.Jyotsana Wadhwa. School Counsellor encouraged the parents to develop a bond with their children and also motivated them to share their feelings. She also encouraged to use technology in a positive way. Special Educator highlighted the problems faced by young ones in terms of reading and what different strategies could be used to overcome the problems related to it in grade one. She also discussed the benefits of regular reading for children.

Session on Anger Management

JKPS took an initiative in order to make the campus an “ anger free zone ” . Workshops were conducted on 17th January 2020 for the students and staff respectively. An interactive workshop was conducted by an eminent motivational speaker , Mr Ashwani Kumar Sharma in a bid to bring about positive change in the children. The students were given some important tips to control their anger in day to day situations, their queries were also addressed.
Subsequently , another workshop was conducted for the staff of JKPS . The session was addressed by Mrs. Vandana Tandon, an eminent speaker. Some valuable tips were given to the teachers on how to manage their own anger as well as that of the students . They were also guided to recognise what triggers anger and how to communicate feelings to others before a situation escalates. Overall it was a good experience for both the teachers and the students.

Counselling for Group IV employees

Counselling for Group IV employees

"It all begins with you, if you do not care for yourself, you will not be strong enough to take care of anything in life" Leon Brown
"Consuming tobacco is injurious to health. It leads to diseases and disabilities. It harms every organ of the body and can cause cancer, heart disease, stroke, lung diseases, diabetes, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It also increases risk of tuberculosis, certain eye diseases, and problems of the immune system, including rheumatoid arthritis. Therefore, consumption of tobacco should be avoided and proper care of the health should be taken. Workshop for group IV employees was organized in the school premises on December 9,2020 ,by taking all necessary precautions on social distancing and sanitization. School Counsellor, Dr Gurleen Sawhney talked to the employees in an interactive way and used the simple language they could understand. Employees conveyed that they were taking enough precautions as regards Corona virus. They were also explained about the need to be more cautious about their health and not getting into other bad habits, which are causing more deaths in India.
With advancement in technology, it gets easier to go overboard but forwarding unverified messages can lead to rumors and cause misinterpretation of information among other people. Therefore, the employees were guided to move on the right path. Principal ma'am, Mrs Asha Saran Srivastava shared her experience that anyone who forwards inappropriate messages faces repercussions. She motivated them to make proper use of technology for their benefits and shun any bad habits. Mrs. Shikha Dhamija, headmistress and Mr. L K. Yadav were also present to motivate the employees.