Representation at International Handball Competitions
Mumbai, March 27, 2015: On behalf of the Granollers Cup (Spain) & Partille Cup (Sweden), the officially appointed ambassadors of the game of Handball in India have selected few students from Apeejay School, Kharghar for representation at the international Handball competitions. The ambassadors had the opportunity to interact and observe many students when they represented the School at Sweden last year.
The teams shall be undergoing intensive training at Mumbai & Navi Mumbai in the months of April & May 2015. They shall leave Mumbai on 24th June 2015 and will return on 6th July 2015.
Marching to Glory
Mumbai, January 11, 2014: The Annual Sports Day of School was held in January 2014 in the school grounds. The students, smartly dressed in their uniform, gathered in the ground for the culmination of their efforts made in the past few months. There was excitement and anticipation as to which house would take away the champion's trophy.
The Chief Guest, Shree D V Prasad, Arjuna Award winner for Chess in 1987, hoisted the school flag and declared the meet open. The torch was carried by students who had brought accolades in various sports events. Among these were Apeksha Srirao & Sarthak Mittal, national level swimmers; Sakshay Barthwal, National Rifle shooter, and the school’s Handball team.
The chief guest took the salute as the fleets of the four houses marched past which was followed by oath-taking by the students. The school principal, Mrs. Indu Mathur, welcomed & introduced the Chief Guest and other dignitaries.
The tiny-tots of pre-primary wing were highly appreciated for representing the three forces of our national defence and displayed extra-ordinary co-ordination in the mass drill. The students performed Yoga asanas, highlighting the motto of the school – 'Soaring High is my Nature'. The Lazium display by the students from classes III to V enthralled the audience. Students from classes VI to VIII did house-wise mass drills presenting various themes like Colours of Life, Five Elements, Patriotism and Hockey-Our National Game.
Trophies were given away for the best march past and best house drill. These were interspersed with athletic track and field events. A relay between the ex-students and the students presently studying was also held in which the students studying presently were declared the winners.
The students cheered the Tug of War between the parents and the teachers. The parents were the undefeatable winners. The ancillary staff also participated in a race and the winners were felicitated.
The School Champions in the middle group – Karan Raj and Aditya Karwa were given the trophies. In the senior group, Vidisha Jadhav, Kartikey Sharma and Rishub Negi bagged the champions' trophy.
The Topaz House was the overall winner while the Ruby House clinched the runners' up trophy. The chief guest congratulated the students for their spectacular performance and appreciated the wonderful team work & co-ordination displayed by the students. He also highlighted the importance of sports and encouraged students to participate in games.
The Sports Day ended with a vote of thanks and the rendition of the National Anthem.
Pre-Primary Appreciation Day - 2012
The Pre-Primary section of Apeejay School, Kharghar, celebrated their Appreciation Day on 18th April, 2012 at Vishnudas Bhave Auditorium, Vashi.
Mrs. Indu Mathur, Principal, Apeejay School, Kharghar addressed the august gathering and highlighted the outstanding achievements of the students. She exhorted the remarkable efforts of the children and extended her gratitude to the President of Apeejay Education Society, Mrs. Sushma Berlia for her continuous support and guidance. Mrs. Basabdutta Barui, Coordinator, Pre-Primary Section, read out the annual report highlighting the achievements in the academic year. Prizes and certificates acknowledging extra-ordinary performances in various in-house competitions held throughout the year were handed over to the students.
This year’s theme, “Dreams”, was a well conceptualised and executed including a musical extravaganza performed by 289 students. The concept of “Dreams” revolves around kids who drift into their dream worlds in search of the perfect place for kids. Their journey takes them through the Aqua World, Chocolate World, Jungle World, etc.
The show ended with a speech by Dr. APJ Adbul Kalam, played by a KG student, who appealed to the audience to strive for their dreams.