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.

 

Noida, October 21, 2014: The students of the Primary Wing of the School celebrated the joyous festival of lights in a unique way. The dance troupes of the four houses of the primary wing mesmerised the audience with their scintillating performances based on the theme of festivity.

The attractive costumes, the fluid dance movements, the synchronised steps, the fascinating props of every dance made it tough for the judges – Mrs. Supriya Saxena, Creative Producer, Web18; Mrs. Chitra Tripathi, News Anchor, India News and Mrs. Ilina Chatterjee, Dance Teacher, Apeejay School to decide the winner.

The occasion was also graced by eminent personalities from the media world – Mr. Shivendra Kumar Singh from Star News, Mr. Alok from Aaj Tak and Mr. Rohit Sardana from Zee News. The parents who witnessed the show were spellbound by the magical performances.

The result of the competition was as follows:

Tagore House - 1st Prize

Gandhi House - 2nd Prize

Nehru House - 2nd Prize

Radha Krishnan House - 3rd Prize

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Noida, September 30, 2014: The festival of Dussehra was celebrated with traditional gaiety and enthusiasm. The students, dressed up in beautiful attires, enacted episodes from the tales of the Ramayana. The grand looking effigies of Ravana, Meghnath and Kumbhakarana were prepared and decorated by the teachers. These were torched signifying the triumph of good over evil. The students imbibed the message – ‘Good always wins over Evil’.

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