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Apeejay School - Nerul
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Report 2019-20

GENERAL AWARENESS PROGRAMMES

  • Awareness Workshop on ‘Malaria & Dengue’ was conducted by the Senior Officers from NMMC for students of classes VI to VIII.
  • ‘Measles and Rubella Awareness’ workshop was conducted by Officials of NMMC for classes I to V.
  • Workshop on ‘Aspects of GST’ was conducted for the Commerce students of classes XI and XII by the Office of GST & Central Excise (Audit Raigad).

CHILD SAFETY AWARENESS PROGRAM 2019

  • ‘No Touch’ (Good touch / Bad touch) workshop was organised for the students of classes I to IV by Ms Minati Dash to sensitise the students. A presentation was shown to the students wherein they were made aware about their body parts. An awareness programme about protecting themselves from an unwanted situation was also shown. A helpline number was also flashed on the screen.
  • Child safety awareness programmes are organised by the Apeejay Education Society for all Apeejay Schools across the country and the topic of ‘Child Safety’ was taken up with students of classes I to XII. Students were also made aware of the POCSO Act and the need of it.

STUDENT COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE

The School has a regular Psychologist and Counselor, Ms Pinky Roy, who conducts one-on-one or group counseling for School students. She liaises with teachers and parents to develop strategies for assisting a student with learning and behavioral difficulties and maximise learning outcomes.

AWAKENED CITIZENS PROGRAMME

With the objectives to strengthen, promote and develop cooperation in promoting Value Education, the Ramakrishna Mission has prepared the Awakened Citizens Programme for the teachers and students .Under their able guidance, teachers underwent training to conduct this value-based education programme in Apeejay School, Nerul.

The Awakened Citizens Programme (ACP) is now being conducted as a part of our School’s life skills curriculum for classes VI -VIII.

Workshop on ‘Life Skills’

Mumbai, August 1, 2019: The AEP program for the session 2019-20 began with a workshop on ‘Life Skills’ for the students of Class IX and was conducted by the School Counselor, Ms Pinky Roy.

The students were taught about the applications of life skills such as thinking, social and negotiation skills in ones’ daily life. They were taught how to take wise decisions in tough conditions and to manage oneself in a creative way. This program made them comprehend that this is the time to take a step for them and say NO to peer pressure.

Workshop on ‘Life Skills

Inter-Class Competition

Mumbai, August 3, 2019: An Inter-Class Competition was held for Class IX on the topic ‘Substance Abuse and Peer Pressure’. On this day, students of classes IX presented their views on ‘Substance Abuse’ in the form of plays, songs and PowerPoint presentations. Their performances were judged by a panel of judges and the Chief Guest of the day.

Teacher Development is a very important milestone in a rapidly progressing society because duties of a teacher, apart from educating his/her wards, are to guide and shape their future in such a way that they become useful citizens of the country. The ultimate aim is to enhance teacher’s capacities, equipping them to become more effective and competent. As part of this Teachers Resource Building Programme, activity-oriented workshops are being conducted by the teachers every 2nd Saturday in the School.

Workshop during Session (2019-20)
In-House Workshops
Teachers Resource Building Programme (2019-20)

 Name of the Workshop

Conducted by

Experiential Learning 

Helen O' Grady International

Evaluation and Report Card

Ms S Albert and Mrs. Susan Thomas

The Teacher

Mr N.N. Nayyar, Education Officer Apeejay Education Society

Enhancing Learning Culture

Mr N.N. Nayyar, Education Officer Apeejay Education Society

How to Manage Stress

Ms Minati Dash,  Primary Coordinator

Thematic Curriculum

Ms Anita Paul, Education Officer Apeejay Education Society

Workshops Attended

 Name of the Workshop

Conducted by

Attended by

Python - FOSSEE

IIT Bombay

Ms Preeti Deshmukh

Hidden Curriculum of the 21st Century

Mr Kaiser Dopaishi

Ms  Samita Vij and Ms. Sheelu Rajani

Successful Career Options for Students

Times NIE & VIT 

Ms Swagata Das and Ms Samita Vij

Workshop during session: 2015-2016
In-House Workshops

S. No

Date

Name of the Workshop

Resource Person/Organiser

1.

July

Understanding & Working with Higher Order Thinking Skills

Mrs. Rina Pal
Mrs. Vandana Bhatt

2.

August

Team Building & Team Work in School

Mrs. S. Albert
Mrs. Geetha Guruvayurappan

3.

September

Self-Healing

External Resource Person

4.

November

Learning Styles – Using Multiple Intelligence

Dr. Mrs. M.R. Shipley
Mrs. Ritu Kapur

5.

December

Developing Scientific Temperament in Students

Mrs. Monika Gupta
Mrs. Neha Sharma

6.

January

Instructional Skills

Mr. Rakesh Joshi
Mrs. Shakuntala Singh

7.

March

Understanding and Developing Positive Attitude Towards Learning

Mrs. K.C. Vijaylakshmi
Mrs. Srirupa M.

Teacher development is a very important milestone in a rapidly progressing society because duties of a teacher - apart from educating his/her wards - are to guide & shape their future in such a way that they become useful citizens of the country. The ultimate aim is to enhance teacher’s capacities, equipping them to become more effective and competent. As part of this Teachers Resource Building Programme, activity-oriented workshops are being conducted by the teachers on every second Saturday in the School.