School Activities


Inter House competitions form an integral part of the school curriculum so whether it is skill or elocution quiz or best out-of waste, games or yoga, all competitions are held with verve and gusto and are aimed at highlighting the importance of sportsmanship for bringing out, the best of compelling spirit of young players.

Apeejay School, NOIDA, provides various opportunities for training of students for leadership. The school provides this training through two official bodies- PREFECTORIAL BOARD and THE SCHOOL COUNCIL. The school is further divided into four house systems – GANDHI HOUSE, NEHRU HOUSE, RADHAKRISHNAN HOUSE AND TAGORE HOUSE. These houses are looked after by a team of House Prefects and House Wardens.

The four houses not only symbolize high values, but at Apeejay our students are also trained to be messengers of these values, not only within the school boundaries but to take them far and beyond.

Noida, Dec. 28, 2016: The School’s tiny tots, students from Class Nursery, made creative impressions of ‘Day and Night’ scenes.

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Noida, Dec. 19, 2016: The students of classes VI to VIII had an interactive session with the School Principal which began with a PowerPoint Presentation. It gave an overview of the world class infrastructure developmental activities that have been undertaken in the School as well as the achievements & accomplishments in academics, sports and cultural activities. There was an interesting Q&A session as well. In his address, the School Principal also said that change is essential for any organisation to grow & develop and for this change to be effective; we first need to change ourselves at the fundamental level. The students were energised & determined to play a major role in this transformation.

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Noida, Dec. 8, 2016: The Globe Probe Inter-House Geography Quiz, themed ‘Australia’, was conducted in the school premises wherein each house team consisted of three members from classes IX to XI. The Quiz master was Saqib Javed, alumni - Batch 2014. It was a well-conducted and informative quiz. After an exhilarating five-round Quiz, the team of Tagore House was declared as the winner.

It was an exercise to bring the alumni back to the school system and use them as resource to forge a stronger bond with them & their alma mater. This programme was an enriching experience for not just the Quiz master, who himself was a star quiz enthusiast when in school, but also for the present set of students to hone their quizzing talent.

Globe Probe Inter House Geography Quiz

Noida, Nov. 19, 2016: The Primary Department of Apeejay School, Noida organised an English Story Telling Competition for students of Class IV wherein they had to narrate stories of Akbar and Birbal with creative props and costumes. It was an amazing journey to the world of stories set in the Mughal period. The judges were delighted to witness the creativity of the young presenters. They were pleased as they admired all the wonderful performances. It was a great learning experience for everyone.

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Noida, September 2, 2016: The students of Class I presented a dance performance on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. This was followed by a short talk about the festival which symbolizes wisdom, prosperity and good fortune.

Students also presented a short program to mark the 'Teachers Day' celebration. The program began with a motivational 'thought of the day', followed by a talk on Dr. Sarvapalli Radha Krishnan. Three students were dressed as the supreme gurus, Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. The students paid their homage to these divine gurus in the form of a dance performance. The Primary In-charge, Mrs. Smriti Samuel, blessed the students with her words of wisdom. The program concluded with the National Anthem.

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Special Assembly on Teacher's Day