Recent Events

To appreciate the efforts and hard work of women, a special day for them was organised under the able guidance of the School Principal, Ms. Sangeeta Nistandra, and Vice Principal, Ms. Aarti Shorey Bhat on the occasion of International Women’s Day. Fun games, self-composed poetry, songs, dances were performed by the female staff members. This also gave them a break from their routine. Our revered Chairman, Mrs Sushma Paul Berlia addressed the staff and faculty of Apeejay Education on this special occasion. She discussed how the role of women has evolved through decades, and how women grow stronger with every obstacle they conquer. She talked about women empowerment and education as well. She also took the opportunity to thank her father, who was surely ahead of his times and provided her with ample opportunities for growth in the field of education.

In today's world, roads and transport have become an integral part of every human being. The present transport system has minimised the distances but it has, on the other hand, increased the life risk. Every year road crashes result in the loss of lakhs of lives and serious injuries to crores of people. In India itself, about eighty thousand people are killed on road. The man behind the wheel plays an important role in most crashes. In most cases, crashes occur either due to carelessness or due to a lack of road safety awareness of the road user. Hence, road safety education is as essential as any other basic skill of survival. We aim to provide road safety information for road users to encourage safer road user behaviour among current & prospective road users and reduce the number of people killed and injured on our roads every year.


"To keep the teaching staff updated with the changes in the teaching methodology, the School provides ample opportunities to the teachers to attend various seminars and workshops. In-house training workshops are also held every month."

  • School Principal, Ms. Sangeeta Nistandra conducted a Workshop for the whole staff on ‘Blended Learning’ on January 16, 2021.
  • Pre-primary Coordinator, Ms. Sumanjit Kaur Manhas conducted a follow-up Workshop on ‘Strengthening Existing Practices at Foundational Level- Taking Forward to a New Level based on recommendations of NEP 2020’ which was held on January 28, 2021.

The PTM with a difference - ‘Meet & Greet’ - was organised for the parents of Kindergarten and Class I on February 9, 2021. The School Principal wholeheartedly welcomed the gathering and conducted an activity to guide parents not to compare their wards with other children. She stressed that we should respect a child’s individuality. The event commenced with a soulful prayer followed by various fun-filled activities like Puppet Show- Kathashala and repeat after songs to engage students. It was a joyful and engrossed learning experience for the tiny tots. Our talented students set the floor on fire with their energetic dance performances. The young poets enthralled the audience with their articulation while reciting poems. It was great fun for parents as they enjoyed meeting with other parents who participated in a Flameless Cooking Competition and showcased their culinary skills. Kids also showcased their clay modelling skills.