Noida, April 18, 2019: The Primary Department of Apeejay School, Noida celebrated ‘World Heritage Day’ wherein students of classes I to III filled a worksheet which was an amalgamation of interesting facts about Indian and international monuments. The students were also shown documentaries on India's rich cultural heritage and heritage sites of the world which are protected by UNESCO. Through these informative documentaries, they learnt amazing facts about the rich and diverse heritage of the world.

Students of classes IV and V engaged in a ‘Collage Making Activity’, whereby, the students made aesthetically appealing collages on Indian and international ancient edifice. Students were sensitized about the importance of heritage as a legacy, passed on from one generation to another. Emphasis was laid on the importance of Indian heritage as an irreplaceable source of life and the importance of preserving the rich cultural & monumental heritage of the world.

Noida, April 12, 2019: The Primary Department of Apeejay School, Noida observed Ambedkar Jayanti on April 12, 2019, to commemorate the 127th birthday of the father of our constitution - Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar. Students paid tribute to the great leader and the ‘Architect of the Indian Constitution’ who was born on 14th April 1891.

The morning assembly commenced with an informative talk and thought listing the contributions of Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar for the people of India. The fact that he was the ‘Father of Indian Constitution’ and a social rights activist was also highlighted.

Students of classes I and II engaged in an enlightening role play - ‘Show & Tell’ activity, wherein the students impersonated various helpers to imbibe the ideals of ‘Dignity of Labour', taught and propagated by the national icon.

An educational PPT and video was shown to the students of classes III - V to enlist the myriad achievements of the great visionary. The PPT concluded with a small quiz which paid tribute to all the value systems supported by the Bharat Ratna awardee.

It was an enriching experience for all and reiterated our belief in ‘Unity in Diversity’.