Nerul, Oct. 31, 2013: The School celebrated Diwali wherein children made beautiful Rangoli with flower petals in every class and enacted the story of Diwali in the morning assembly.
Nerul, October 11, 2013: A special assembly was held on this occasion. Speeches on the significance of Dussehra were delivered by the primary students. The students presented some ‘Chaupaiyas’, comprising various episodes of the ‘Ramayana’ including ‘Ram Bharat Milap’ and ‘Ram’s return to Ayodhya’.
Nerul, October 4, 2013: Apeejay School, Nerul celebrated the birth anniversary of Dr. Stya Paul, Founder President, Apeejay Education Society on 4th Oct. 2013. A special assembly was held in the school premises to mark this occasion.
The programme began with a special prayer and floral tribute - ‘Shraddhanjali’ was offered by all to Dr. Stya Paul.The students of the Primary Section then performed a beautiful Invocation Dance and paid tribute by the recital of some of Dr. Stya Paul’s favourite bhajans. The prestigious Dr. Stya Paul Awards were given away to the deserving students. A colourful cultural programme was put up by the students of the Primary Section of the school. A skit titled ‘A True Patriot’, based on some inspiring values manifested by Dr. Stya Paul in various walks of his life, was also presented.The programme ended with the song ‘Born to be a Winner’ as a tribute to beloved Dr. Stya Paul.
Nerul, September 21, 2013: The Interactors spread the message of peace, unity and universal brotherhood on the occasion of World Peace Day, on 21st Sep. 2013. This day was celebrated to pledge for ourselves and our country so that we are able to live in peace and harmony. It was the concerted efforts of all that can bring unity in this world. Keeping in view the message spread amongst all, the Interact Club along with the respected School Principal, the Associate Principal, Academic Co-ordinators lit the candles as a symbol of love and peace. The Interact Club President, Kashish Solanki, also gave a beautiful speech on peace. Moreover, placards with peace slogans were put up in the vicinity of the school.