Enrichment Programmes For Students
World Conservation Day
Noida, July 28, 2017: To protect the earth from the thoughtless exploitation of its resources and to sensitise the younger generation to preserve and enhance the glory of the Earth, the students of the Primary Department observed the World Conservation Day.
To mark the occasion, many activities were conducted for various classes of the Primary Department. The tiny tots of classes I & II made and wore Green badges with a caption 'I am Earth's Friend and I love Planet Earth'. Class III students viewed an interesting PowerPoint Presentation.
Class IV students made beautiful cards on various topics such as saving the natural resources, conserving electricity, etc. with catchy slogans like 'Shoot Us with Cameras Not Guns ' and 'I love To Fly, Don't Keep Me In Cage'.
Students of Class V witnessed an educative musical skit on managing waste which the students enjoyed a lot. They also sang melodious jingles whereby they sensitised others about the types of waste.
Students took out a rally on ‘saving earth’ and also conducted a pollution check drive & collected data for over 200 vehicles. It was a learning experience for the students who enthusiastically participated in all the activities.
Integrated Coaching Workshop
Noida, March 31, 2017: As a first for Apeejay School, NOIDA, an Integrated Workshop was conducted for students of Class XII (Science Stream) to acquaint them with the rigors of preparing for competitive exams, maintaining the delicate balance between CBSE syllabi and such examinations held at the end of the session.
This has been an initiative taken by the School to add value-added services that can be provided to the students and parents. The School Principal, Mr. S. C. Tiwari, welcomed the team headed by Mr. Zuhaib, Director, Value Added Services, Apeejay Education Society and Mr. Kapil and Mr. Gaurav (IIT Alumni) from Valedra, in association with GoodEd Technologies & Quest Tutorials.
The team briefed the students about the demands of preparation for competitive exams and worked out the man hours required to crack the exams successfully.
Towards the end of the session, attended by students of Apeejay School, Noida and Apeejay International School, Greater Noida, the team had an open session wherein the students directed their queries and the questions were ably answered.