Pre Primary - Events

Stories are an eternal part of one's childhood that give wings to imagination and creativity and turn to be more innovative when the narrative is in the mother tongue ‘Hindi’. Children were given a great platform to take part to express their imagination through a Kahani Pratiyogita wherein each kid came up with an interesting story to fill in a wonderful teaching along it, making it a striking landscape of imagination.

Festivals inform, educate, bring people together, break the monotony of routine and give us a chance to reenergize our body, mind and spirit. Of all festivals, Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most colourful ones.

The festivities at Kindergarten started with the traditional aarti of Lord Ganesha. The little artists made idols of Ganesha with clay and creatively decorated them. The little Apeejayites celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi with great pomp and gaiety.

Janamasthami, a festival of Hindus, is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Lord Krishan ji. Our young pre-schoolers were so excited to make ladoos that they couldn’t resist eating them side by side! They thoroughly enjoyed making them.

“Tu shaheen hai parwaz hai kaam tera, tere saamne aasman aur bhi hain.”
(You are a falcon, soaring high is your nature. There are skies yet for you to conquer.)

There was a remembrance in honour of our revered Chairman, Dr Stya Paul, on his 101st Birth Anniversary. The students of the Pre-Primary Department of the School celebrated his birthday virtually. The students spoke few lines in honour of Dr Stya Paul. They wore the birthday caps and the teacher cut the cake with a photograph of Late Dr Stya Paul on it.

A special assembly was also conducted at the Kindergarten level wherein the journey and teachings of Dr Stya Paul were shared with the little ones.

To pay a tribute to the great educationist, a photo frame making activity with his photograph was conducted.

Younglings showed their full enthusiasm and celebrated the day.

Students from Class I indulged in some amazing activities.

Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, brought in the vibrance of festivities as 150 children came together to spread the hues of different religious, national, and state festivals. The event was embraced by the Principal of the School, Ms Ritu Mehta, who has been the guiding light of all the ventures the little Apeejayites step into. It was amazing to see the offline craft activities being displayed in a 3-dimensional (3D) Art Exhibition, among other things. Students were highly assertive in showcasing their grasp and understanding of the festivals they presented. It was great to see the secular warmth of our country. Altogether, the efforts, passion, hard work, and never say die attitude of these young Apeejayites in each venture could be immensely seen.