The students of Apeejay Svran Global School celebrated World Peace Day wherein the celebration came as a culminating activity of a project titled ‘We are a Family of the World’. The project, based on wars, was aimed at familiarising the students with the aftermath, horrors and misery brought about by wars, and the importance of maintaining peace all around the world.

Through the day, students organised a special assembly consisting of a prayer, pledge, poem recitation, quiz, and write-up on peace. They formed the symbol of peace, made peace-badges, created posters and slogans, and held a peace-march in the neighbourhood.

An interactive session was also held with Capt. Manoj Loomba of the Indian Navy, who discussed with the students about the ever-preparedness of our military forces on our borders. They also learnt about the discipline and the rigorous training the armed forces undertake to be prepared all the time.

The students pledged to maintain peace and have cordial relations with others all the time.

World Peace Day

Annual sports day

The School celebrated its Annual Sports Day, Apeejay Athena’ 15, with exuberance and fervor. The event commenced with the welcome of the Chief Guest, Ms. Neha Rathi, a wrestler & Arjuna Awardee and the Guest of Honour, Dr. Mahesh Chauhan and other dignitaries by the School Principal, Ms. Purnima Vohra. As the meet was declared open, the four houses impressed all with their synchronised March Past.

The opening dance on the song ‘Mi hai Koli, Surila Doli’, a Maharashtrian Koli dance was performed by the students. The students ran on the tracks with speed, accuracy and coordination. The highlight of the day was the display of Taekwondo defence skills by the students of the Primary wing. The Chief Guest, Ms. Neha Rathi, in her address inspired the young girls to aim for the Olympics and bring pride to the nation. A mass drill, Aerobics and Yoga by the Pre-Primary wing called for much praise from the audience. The parents participated in the fun race, prepared traffic signals and did acts of balancing with great enthusiasm. The programme concluded with a creative dance followed by the National Anthem.

Grandparents Day was celebrated in the School by the students of Kindergarten wherein grandparents were invited to attend the programme prepared exclusively for them by the little ones. The programme began with an invocation of Goddess Saraswati, followed by a welcome-speech and welcome-song. The sequence consisted of Western and Indian dances, and two plays based on values of respect, sharing, caring and helpfulness. Indian folk dances were showcased and stalls of games and decorative materials were put up for the grandparents to try their hands. The lawns were decorated according to the theme for the day, 'Our Indian Heritage'.

Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, a leading paediatrician in Faridabad, spoke on the occasion about giving respect and help to the elders. He also gave tips about how to maintain stamina and good health. He stressed upon how grandparents can play a major role in instilling values in the younger generation.

The programme concluded with refreshments and group games for the grandparents. The prizes were handed over by the School Principal, Mrs. Purnima Vohra. They were also gifted the Bhagwat Gita and a copy of Reflections in Time written by the Founder Chairman of Apeejay Education Society, Dr. Stya Paul.

grandparents day

french-day-2015

Apeejay Svran Global School celebrated the National Day of France, better known as Bastille Day or Le Quatorze Juillet, commemorating the Storming of the Bastille (culmination of a violent revolution in Paris) on 14 July 1789.

The event started with a brief introduction of the history of France followed by a description of the ‘French Revolution’. A traditional French song ‘Allouete’ was also sung by the children and a small play enacted by students on the life of Joan d’arc, a heroic figure of France. Joan of Arc, a peasant girl living in medieval France, believed that God had chosen her to lead France to victory in its long-running war with England. The students further showcased their talents by presenting a French classical ballet. It was a great learning experience for all the students.