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,September 5, 2020: Teachers' Day is celebrated nationwide to fondly remember Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, a great educationist, and visionary. On this day, we express our gratitude to the teachers in our lives who have influenced and taught us everything the world has to offer. Apeejay School, Noida, firmly believes in the shloka:

‘Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu, Guru devo Maheshwra
Guru Sakshat Param Brahma,Tasme Shri Guru Devo Namah

Due to the pandemic, this year’s Teacher’s Day celebration also marked the solidarity of the teaching fraternity to stand up during these challenging times to help our future citizens. The students were excited to celebrate Teachers' Day with their usual enthusiasm through the virtual platform.

The students of the Pre-Primary Department expressed their love and gratitude for their teachers through euphonious songs, dance performances, and poetry recitation. They dedicated quotes to their teachers and delivered short speeches. The teachers were excited and amazed to see their replicas act like them. Students also prepared a paper crafted ‘Flower’

Noida, August 31, 2020: Onam, the festival of joy, is celebrated by people of all communities in Kerala. It commemorates the subsequent homecoming of the legendary Emperor Mahabali. With great zeal and enthusiasm, the students and staff of the Pre-Primary Wing celebrated Onam on 31st August during an e-class.

The students as well as their family members were dressed in traditional red and white coloured clothes. They made 'Pookalam' - a rangoli with flowers at the entrance of their home and near the place of worship in their home.

The significance of this festival and the story of Mahabali was shared by the teachers through a PPT and video. Coconut trees and paper boats were made to mark 'Vallam Kali' which is the traditional boat race in Kerala.