Jalandhar, Dec 22, 2022: The School celebrates its Annual Appreciation Day, themed ‘Taabiir- an interpretation of dreams’ filled with dazzling and enthralling performances by the students.

The event was presided over by Mr Aditya Berlia, Co-promoter, Apeejay Stya & Svran Group. The guest of honour, Mr Jagjit Singh Saroya (PPS) ADCP Headquarters, Jalandhar was welcomed by the Principal, Mr Malkiat Singh.

Mr Berlia, in his address, urged the students to reflect on the hard work and sacrifices made by their parents to meet their needs. He said, “This school is undergoing rapid expansion and we are doubling down on our curriculum initiatives. In fact, our curriculum has been benchmarked with the top schools and school systems across the world.”

While thanking parents for their support and long-standing faith in Apeejay, he advised students to treat education as their “best friend”. “It will continue to add value, love, success, enlightenment, and support. It will stick with you no matter what happens. You have to love, respect, and nurture this best friend.”

The event depicted a series of dance and drama. Ranging from representing the culture of Punjab through Bhangra and Jugni to enacting a beautiful play, the performers treated the audience to a wonderful artistic experience.

The student achievers at Apeejay School, Model Town for the year 2022-23, were awarded prizes by the guest of honour. While reading out the school’s annual report, Mr Singh listed some significant initiatives undertaken by the school during the academic year. The guest of honour specially congratulated all the students for their performances.

Jalandhar, Dec 17, 2022: 'Euphoria '- the Annual Day of Apeejay Rhythms was celebrated with great enthusiasm and gusto. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Ms Shikha Bhagat (PCS) Assistant Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Jalandhar.

The students of the kindergarten and Classes I & II presented mesmerising performances. From group songs to energetic dance performances, the pre-primary students grabbed the attention of one and all with their cheerful and confident presence on the stage.

The School Principal, Mr Malkiat Singh, read out the School Report and went on to enumerate the wide range of activities and programmes conducted by the school to foster children’s holistic growth right from their foundational years. Further, he reiterated his firm faith in the ethos of Apeejay Education.

The highlight of the event was a thought-provoking drama enacted by the little Apeejayites.

Jalandhar, Nov 09, 2022: Recently, the School organised the Investiture Ceremony to bestow honour upon the School’s council members for session 2022. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Col. Praveen Kabthiyal from Two Punjab Battalion NCC, Army Wing.

The School council appointees, House council appointees, were handed over the badges by the Chief Guest. The School Principal, Mr Malkiat Singh, while remembering the favourite quote of the inspiration behind all Apeejay Education institutions- Dr Stya Paul ji "Tu Shaheen hai, Parwaaz hai kaam tera, Tere saamne asmaan aur bhi hain", asked the students to continue to dream and soar higher in every aspect of life. He reaffirmed the immense hope and trust that Madam Sushma Paul Berlia, Chairperson, Apeejay Education, has in the students of the School.

The function concluded with an Oath taking ceremony by the Head boy- Praatik Kauldhar followed by a school song sung by the school choir.

Jalandhar, Sep 05, 2022: A special assembly on the occasion of Teachers Day was organised by the students of Apeejay School, Model Town, Jalandhar. Tributes were paid to Dr. S. Radhakrishnan by the Principal Mr. Malkiat Singh, Headmistress Ms. Namrata Sharma, staff and students of the school.

The President of Apeejay Education, Madam Sushma Paul Berlia congratulated the teachers on the occasion of Teacher’s Day. In her message, Madam President commended the teachers for the excellent work they have been doing and rising to the occasion every time.

The Choir presented a melodious song eulogising the role teachers’ play in their lives. An enchanting dance performance by Aditya Veer Bawa and Divyansh of Class VI carried forth the emotions of all the students.

While addressing the students and teachers, the Principal Mr. Malkiat Singh said that as the common adage goes, the future of a country lies in the hands of its children, and teachers, as mentors, can mould students into future leaders who shape the destiny of India. They play an important role in our lives in helping us become successful in career and business. They help us to become good human beings, a better member of society, and an ideal citizen of the country.

Apeejay Rhythms Kinderworld organised an open event, Cosplay-a Fancy Dress Show. The theme was Then & Now as the idea was to create a parallel display of yesteryears and today.

Ms. Vatsala Gupta, IPS, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Jalandhar, graced the occasion by being the Chief Guest. Mr. Malkiat Singh, Principal, Apeejay School Model Town, Headmistress Ms. Namrata Sharma and MS. Nidhi Ghai welcomed Ms. Vatsala Gupta to the institution.

The event started with enthusiastic children and their mothers who presented a varied array of costumes. They were dressed up as Dabbewala and Swiggy, Smartphone and Landline, Doordarshan and Netflix, Hand Pump and Water Purifier, Daatun and Colgate, Gurukul and Modern School and many more. They amused everyone with their creativity, speech and memory shown in their narration.

While addressing the audience, Ms. Vatsala Gupta appreciated the efforts of the school in harnessing talent among the students. She reminded the parents about the role of parental support and supervision to protect kids from an online invasion of information.

The Principal expressed his gratitude towards the Chief Guest & parents in exhibiting trust and support towards the School.

Jalandhar, Oct 10, 2022: Apeejay School, Model Town, celebrated the 103rd Founder’s Day, in memory of the Founder Chairman, Late Dr Stya Paul. Mrs Sushma Paul Berlia, Chairperson, Apeejay Education, in her message (read out by the School Principal), reiterated the exemplary human values that revered Dr Stya Paul committed his life to.

The function began with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the Principal of the School, Mr Malkiat Singh, followed by paying a floral tribute to the Founder Chairman Sir. A melodious bhajan sung by the School Choir, ‘Ishwar allahtero naam, sabkosanmati de bhagwan’ mesmerised the entire school campus.

The students were informed about the legendary achievements of Dr Stya Paul ji. Followed by, the name of this year’s recipient of Dr Stya Paul Award for Human Values. Ms Simarbir Kaur, a student of Class VII received the coveted award for displaying exemplary human values.

Sports provide children with the perfect outlet to keep them active while having fun and learning valuable life skills. Taking part in these activities is a constant feature for the students of the school because we nurture future champions.

The school facilitated a Day Adventure Camp in the school premises for 2 days. Such leadership camps lead to all round development of children by exposing them to an array of skills through activities.

Sports Day 2022 for the primary students was celebrated with great enthusiasm and passion. While the students had a great time competing for the best spot in racing, parents were not left behind, as they too participated in fun games.

An Inter House English Poem Recitation competition for grade III witnessed fierce competition between the participants. The students recited poems on Friendship, Mother’s love and Nature.

The results are

  • First position- Vaama Jain (Vindhya House)
  • Second Position- Viraj Seth (Vindhya House)
  • Third Position- Ishaani Soni (Shivalik House)

World Health Day was celebrated by the students of the school by participating in 'Mindful Yoga' under the trained instructor, Ms. Samarjeet Kaur. The students performed various asanas, meditation and indulged in a laughter session too. The Principal of the School, Ms. Sinia Sajith while welcoming the guest reiterated the need to focus on one's Physical as well as mental health. She urged all the students to take up a pledge to be kind and respectful to the body temple. Parents too were proud participants on the occasion.

On World Health Day, students of grade I, II and III participated in an Off Fire Cooking activity. Understanding the role of healthy organic food, they prepared their own breakfast with all healthy ingredients.

An Art of Living workshop was conducted in the school by Mr. Rohit Sharma and Mr. Vivek Vansal. The Art of Living follows a unique breathing practice which helps humans to recognise the inner strength. The Principal Ms. Sinia Sajith said that it's important for teachers to focus on mental and physical well-being, as they are in close proximity with the most impressionable minds.

Pet Talk was held for the students of grade I, II and III. The students brought stuffed toys representing their pets, pictures of their pets and talked about them.

The month of April is filled with festivities, and one such important festival is Baisakhi. The students of grades I, II and III presented a special assembly to bring to light the significance and importance of the day. A Baisakhi fair was also organised for the kids. Dressed in traditional costumes, the students brought colourful gaiety back in the campus.

Students of grade VIII presented a special assembly to showcase the significance of Baisakhi. Through dance performances, speech and poems, the students expressed their joy. The Principal Ms. Sinia Sajith wished the students a very happy Baisakhi and urged them to remember the historical and agrarian importance of the festival.

To sensitize the students about the urgency of protecting mother earth from the vagaries of climate change a special Assembly was organised by grade VIII. The students gifted plants to the teachers, spoke about rising temperatures and rising sea levels because of the melting of glaciers.

Students of grade I, Il and III marked the day by creating art and craft pieces dedicated to mother Earth.

The students of grades I, II and III let their feet do the talking at a Dance event organised recently.

It was a day full of fun and frolic as the mothers dressed according to the retro theme and presented song and dance sequences. The day reminded the mothers of their contribution to the society.