1 VI - X 4/10/2018 Zoning-In for Peak Performance: A Psychological Skills Training Workshop Divya Jain, Sport Psychologist
2 IX and X 4/14/2018 Career Counselling Workshop Ms Asha Nayar, Renowned Psychologist

Venue - Apeejay Svran Global School, Faridabad
3 11 students 11/13/2018 Cookin Nanta – Non-Verbal Comic Performances Siri Fort Auditorium
4 VI - X 5/6/2019 Adolescence Ms Mukta Sharma
5 VI - IX 4/8/2019 Healthy Lifestyle Ms Prableen Kaur, Nutrition Expert & Dietetics
6 VII & VIII 4/9/2019 Anti-Bullying Campaign Ms Pranjal Saxena and Ms Anuna Bordoloi, Clinical Psychologists, Fortis, Faridabad
7 VI - IX 4/16/2019 Pro-Social Moderator Programme - Caring for the Environment Fortis Hospital, Faridabad
8 XI & XII 7/23/2019 Career Counselling Workshop Pratham

Faridabad, Sep. 23, 2015: A workshop on Occupational Therapy was conducted for the teachers of the Pre-Primary wing. In the session, fine motor skills and handwriting issues among early learners were discussed. Teachers were also enlightened on how to overcome challenges in students in a systematic manner and how children could be encouraged to hold a pencil/crayon properly & the right posture to be maintained while writing. A variety of tools, toys and special pencils were used that could facilitate and strengthen the writing skills among children. The tools included magic writing-boards, mosaic construction set, letter construction set, writing workbooks and pencils with rubber grips.

Faridabad, July 3, 2015: A workshop was held at the School by Ms. Kalpana Tandon on ‘Reflective Teaching’ for the members of the staff. Some major points discussed were correct body language, body posture, being level-headed, lesson delivery, debating on various topics, leading by example, day reviewing, etc. The workshop concluded with a question-answer session with the resource person.


Faridabad, May 2, 2015: A Story-Telling Workshop was held at the School by the artists from the Korean Cultural Centre for the students from classes Kindergarten to V. The stage was laid out with some props and the artists made extensive use of various Korean costumes and accessories. Using the technique of voice modulation, they did a marvellous job of breathing life into the characters they portrayed. Students were mesmerised and kept cheering and clapping all throughout the workshop. The stories narrated included Mr. Moon & Ms. Sun, Sim Cheon and Woodcutter & Heavenly Maiden.