Pre Primary - Events

To celebrate the virtuous bond of love between brother and sister, a special assembly on 'Rakshabandhan' was conducted at the pre-school level. Pre-schoolers spoke a few lines on the significance of the festival and how the eternal bond between a brother and sister is celebrated in India. They presented dances and songs also.

Rakhi Making Activity

‘Raksha’ means protection and ‘Bandhan’, to tie. A sister will wrap a red-and-gold rakhi (sacred thread of love) round her brother’s wrist and say a prayer for his wellbeing, as she makes a mark on his forehead with red powder. Sister may also give him a gift of sweets, such as coconut burfi. In return, her brother will promise to protect her always and will also give her a gift, perhaps of sweets, clothing, or money.

As an extended activity, younglings made beautiful rachis using different articles like silken thread, ribbon, etc. The vibrant, colourful attires and innocent smiles brightened the ambiance and lifted the spirit.

The children were dressed up for this occasion, in ethnic wear. They learnt about the significance of the festival. It enhanced their aesthetic sense and creativity.

This activity helped the children to relate to their own culture and traditions.

A sense of pride was also instilled in them. This activity will keep the little artists engaged in using their creative skills to come up with fantastic, and festive decorations.

They will not only learn the basics of decorations but will also develop interaction skills and have better confidence levels.

New Delhi, Feb 27, 2021: Annual Project Presentation was held on Feb 27, 2021, wherein Class Nursery students took everyone down the memory lane of their last year’s journey about thematic learning.

The videos were played showcasing their creativity doing various activities related to different themes. Each section of Class Nursery took two themes explaining the way their teacher taught through various activities like - clay modelling, vegetable printing, finger puppet making, germination, mask making, leaf printing, colour wheel, kitchenette activities like salad making, ladoo making, and the most exciting science experiments. It was commendable seeing them speak with a spark in their eyes and so confidently. It was a wonderful performance.

We, at Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, believe in nurturing the little Apeejayites who are the pride of the nation. The School’s Pre-primary Department held an assembly to celebrate the 74th year of independence of India. School Principal, Ms Ritu Mehta, hoisted the tricolour and the children were made the part of it through the astounding virtual technology. The preschoolers, kindergartners, and first graders presented special recitals and items speaking about the monuments, symbols, and strive of great personalities for independence. Students with all pride spoke about the progress the country has made in various fields like military, education, technology, and sports in relevance to the online system of embracing education. The ardor of Independence Day was taken to epitome as all stood together for the National Anthem with a slogan of ‘Jai Hind’ at the end.

We, at Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, make every occasion an astounding event as the children of Class I held an assembly - amalgamating both the festivities of Rakshabandhan and Eid ul Adha to display the unity and pride that each member of India takes in its democracy. They provided knowledge as they spoke about the great significance of both festivities wherein they also recited poems to hold in the fervour. All the students came dressed up in special attires, making the democratic fervour come alive during the assembly depicting the oneness our incredible country stands for.

In the difficult situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers at Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, created a virtual joy world for the children and celebrated their birthdays with joy, fun, and laughter.