Celebrating Festivals

In our multicultural society we need to instill and enforce the universal values of brotherhood, tolerance, peace, compassion, patriotism and solidarity in our children. A celebration in the form of special assemblies is an effort to sensitize students towards living in harmony in a diverse society. They are taught to learn to use their thinking ability and skills to work for a safe and better world and to live in harmony with their fellow beings.

Baisakhi and Ram Navmi, Earth Day, Mothers Day, Doctors Day, Grand Parents Day, Raksha Bandhan, Independence Day, Janamashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Onam, Eid-ul-Fitr, Gandhi Jayanti and Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti, Dussehra, World Food Day, Diwali, Guruparv, Children's Day, Christmas, Lohri, Makar Sankranti and Pongal, Republic Day, Basant Panchami, Martyr's Day, Maha Shiv Ratri were all celebrated with great enthusiasm.

 

January 26, 2020: The Republic Day Parade invokes a sense of pride and patriotism in every Indian. This increases manifold when one becomes an active participant in the Republic Day Parade and celebrations. The band contingent of Apeejay School, Noida, felt honoured when it participated in the Republic Day Parade at Surajpur Police Lines. Shri Suresh Rana, Cabinet Minister, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The hoisting of the National Flag and singing of the National Anthem was followed by a gun salute by the policemen. Parades by different cadets and cultural presentations by School children added colour to the day.

Noida, January 24, 2020: The 71st Republic Day of the country was celebrated with the spirit of nationalism in the School auditorium. A talk was presented by the senior students that unfolded the pages of Indian history, emphasising the importance of this national festival.

The Pre-Primary Department organised a tableaux parade highlighting the myriad aspects of cultures and regions of India. Song and dance presentations by the students were laced with patriotic themes.

The students made a virtual presentation on the 14 Presidents of India, reiterating their contributions to India.

The Republic Day function was well appreciated by the Vice Principal, Mrs Amrita Hajela. She reminded all that India is the world’s largest democracy and all Indians are proud to be part of a Democratic, Secular, Socialist Republic.