Enrichment Programmes For Students
Day-Long Adventure Camp
Noida, Feb 24, 2020: A day-long Adventure Camp for the students of classes KG and Nursery was collectively organised in the School ground on 24th February 2020. The objective of the Camp was to develop confidence, team spirit and interpersonal skills. The campers assembled in the School ground for receiving instructions. 282 students enthusiastically participated in 10 adventure activities which included Zip Line, Sport Climbing, Tug-of-War, Commando Crawl, Commando Net, Hamster Wheel, Hop Scotch, Burma Bridge, Magical Maze and Hippity Hop Race.
The adventure activities were performed safely under the care of trained instructors and teachers. Participants were served sumptuous breakfast. The fun-filled day came to an end and the students were seen excitedly going back home.
Workshop in collaboration with ASSOCHAM & Volvo Car India
Noida, February 18, 2020: The School organised a Workshop, in association with ASSOCHAM & Volvo Car India, to spread awareness and educate students about the hazards of air pollution on the environment. The objective was to encourage students to be active participants in bringing about a social change and take the world towards a clean & healthy environment.
The School Principal, Mr AK Sharma, welcomed the guests and addressed the gathering and shared the idea of ‘3Rs - Reuse, Recycle & Reduce’ and how lifestyle should be such that it is friendly for planet earth and all the inhabitants of the planet.
In an interactive session, the Resource Person, Dr Prachi Mishra encouraged the children to make conscious efforts to adopt measures to reduce air pollution while Dr Neelam Rathore, through experiments demonstrated the causes of air pollution. Mr Sudeep Narayan, Managing Director, Volvo Car India, shared his views on the new generation cars that promise to be environment friendly.
The Workshop was followed by the Prize distribution of the winners of activity - ‘Manifestation Ideation to combat Air Pollution’. An informative workshop on the alarming rate of deteriorating air quality followed next. The third prize was bagged by Ishita Soni of Class VIII G, second position was won by Aakar Gupta of Class VIII A and the first prize was awarded to Bhavya Tiwari of Class VIII B.
The students who attained highest scores in ANCQ Competition were also felicitated by the Principal. The programme concluded with the Vote of Thanks by the Vice-Principal, Mrs Amrita Hajela.
The session was highly interactive, informative and productive.