Activities

The house system is a traditional feature in schools now-a-days. The School has a well-organised house system comprising four houses. The main feature of house systems is the competition between houses. Commendable academic and non-academic achievements are the areas of competition between these houses. Essay writing, debates, extempore, speech, singing, dance, mono acting and many more events are conducted during these inter-house competitions. These events not only provide a break from the classroom learning but also stimulate the child’s creative talents.

Teachers provide the students with latest information regarding the various competitions held in different regions at various times. Visiting lectures/facilitators are also invited by the school authorities to provide recent strategies in techniques.

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The main purpose of all curricular and co-curricular activities is creating an environment that is helpful in the all around development of the child. We work in this direction through some intensive training programmes. We conduct demonstration classes for the students. Specific training sessions are conducted to inculcate skills in the students. To harness their favourite hobbies and to redefine their tastes we have started several hobby clubs. For the details of hobby clubs

 


Hobby Clubs on Thursdays

A hobby is an activity that engages a person for a long time and the person finds self-satisfaction in doing the same. As he/she enjoys working on it, it becomes a part of his/her personality. The School arranges hobby activities on a regular basis on every Thursday for classes II to XI.


Dr. Stya Paul Memorial Inter-House Chess Tournament

The School regularly organises this competition in the memory of Dr. Stya Paul, the Founder President of Apeejay Education Society.


Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation Activities

Continuous and comprehensive evaluation is an education system newly introduced by Central Board of Secondary Education in India, for students of sixth to tenth grades. The main aim of CCE is to evaluate every aspect of the child during their presence at the school. The CCE method is claimed to bring enormous changes from the traditional chalk and talk method of teaching.


Dr. Stya Paul Inter-School Fine Arts Competition

The School arranges this competition in memory of Dr. Stya Paul, the Founder President of Apeejay Education Society. This competition focuses on the development of artistic attitude in the learners.

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  • Badminton Club 
  • Cricket Club 
  • Skating Club 
  • Yoga Club 
  • Personality Grooming Club 
  • Knitting Club    
  • Fabric Painting Club 
  • Modern Artist Club S.U.P.W. Club 
  • Brain Storming Club     
  • Chess Club                                                       
  • TACAI Club
  • Dramatics Club                                     
  • Readers’ Club              
  • Literary Club (English/Hindi)                 
  • Science Project Club    
  • Interact Club