Events

August 27, 2022: A Workshop on CBSE Budding Author’s Programme and Reading Mission was organised for students of Classes IV, V, VI and VIII. This programme was launched on 23 August 2022.

The students actively participated in the discussions and were determined to be active participants of this reading and writing mission and would continue doing the same in future.

August 30, 2022: A workshop on ‘Moral values’ based on Swami Vivekananda’s teachings was conducted for Class VIII and VI on 30 August 2022. The workshop began with an introduction to moral values which the students should adhere to and use in their daily lives.

Importance of practising moral values like being respectful, responsible, honest, truthful, kind and caring were also discussed.

Short stories on the importance of moral values helped in reinforcing the concept of these values to the students. The Apeejayites were happy to share their experiences where they had been helped by someone or they were the helping hands. It was an interactive workshop.

Haryana, Aug 18, 2022: Krishna Janmashtami was celebrated with great pomp and festivity by the tiny-tots of Pre-Primary. A splendid and colourful performance was presented by them depicting the birth of Lord Krishna with a message- victory of good over evil.

Dressed as Radha and Krishna, the little ones added a traditional touch to the entire celebration when they danced to the beat of Janmashtami songs, filling the air with joy and festive spirit. Girls from Class IV enthralled the audience with a classical dance performance.

Haryana, Aug 15, 2022: The school celebrated Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav wherein students took part in events and celebrations to honour 75 years of Independence. It was celebrated with great zeal and fervour.

The national flag was unfurled and the National Anthem was sung. A number of activities were organised to mark the occasion. Students presented a vibrant cultural programme performing patriotic songs, poems, speeches and splendid dance performances in the special assembly.

The highlight of the day was a scintillating street play presented by the students of Class VIII depicting the need of being aware of social problems. A patriotic song sung by Rajashree Basak from Class VI left the audience spellbound. Anu from Class X delivered an informative speech. Tanvika of Class X recited a patriotic poem. Raunak and Ananya of Class X were the anchors.

Students of Class III were dressed up in tricolour and were raising Tiranga high with the slogans of Bharat Mata Ki Jai and Vande Matram.

Principal Mr. Rudrendra Basak sang a patriotic song and applauded the students for their heart-touching performances.