Primary - Events

Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, commemorated the 75th Independence Day by organising a virtual Independence Day celebration. Principal, Mrs. Ritu Mehta hoisted the flag on the School campus with echoes of ‘Vande Matram’ and ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’. The whole School witnessed the flag hoisting online like any other Independence Day celebration. Children were not present physically in the School fields to celebrate this day but they celebrated it on a virtual platform with the same spirit. Every child attended a virtual assembly and paid tribute to our freedom fighters. Triumphs of patriotic songs and vows touched everyone's heart. The students of all the classes along with their teachers resolved to offer their tribute to each one of them and, also acknowledge the efforts put in by all the Covid warriors during these unprecedented times, to safeguard our nation.

A plethora of presentations by the children ‘Rang Tarang’ - an instrumental medley, folk fusion dance, yoga, aerobics, and a rhythmical band rendition filled everyone's heart with the feeling of patriotism and nationalism.

Class-wise assemblies were organised and children presented a colorful cultural extravaganza which was a kaleidoscope of their commitment and dedication towards their nation. The entire School was soaked in the spirit of festivity and patriotism. The students showcased their commitment to heralding a new era for India by presenting – ‘SATYAMEV JAYATE, TRUTH ALWAYS TRIUMPHS'.

Speaking on the occasion, the Principal wished to see all the Apeejay students honouring their commitment towards their nation so that it rises to unparalleled fame and glory all across the globe. She talked about the role of education in empowering the youth so that they can take the baton of government in their hands to take India into a superior surging arena. She also affirmed that we should reverentially remember the golden heritage of our country and feel proud to be a part of an ever shining India.

The Pre-Primary and Primary section celebrated Independence Day with a galore of activities in a week-long celebration in which children participated in Tricolor Origami, Rangometry, and 'Living Legends'. It was a memorable and rejuvenating experience for all.

Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, celebrated virtual Father’s Day in high spirits and merriment. The young, enthusiastic, and adorable children of the Primary Wing celebrated this special day with lots of fun activities. The event took off with welcoming the father-child duo by the anchors, followed by a special prayer to thank the almighty for blessings by Principal, Ms. Ritu Mehta. Dance Presentation by the Primary Wing children was shown to acknowledge the fathers’ dedications, devotions, and also the efforts made by them in raising & nurturing their families. Interesting games were specially set up for the father-child duo which was thoroughly enjoyed by them. The celebration was an attempt to encourage fathers and children to spend quality time with each other. The teacher thanked all the fathers for their presence and for making the celebration happening.

The dynamic event concluded by fathers expressing their feelings on the occasion through a song, poem, acting, instrumental presentation, etc. They appreciated the efforts of School authorities for this unique idea of involving fathers in such celebrations and said that these types of events help them to know their children better and also help them to nurture their relationship with their children.

It was a memorable event which the fathers and children will cherish for their lifetime.

New Delhi, March 2021: The importance of respecting and showing affection towards your environment and Mother Nature can never be underestimated. To inculcate the habit of loving our environment, the ENVIRO DRIVE activity was conducted. Children from Class IV planted trees, wrote slogans, and expressed their feelings with poems on the environment.

New Delhi, March 2021: There is no limit to what women can accomplish. To embrace the astound of a woman, the young Apeejayites celebrated Women's Day with great enthusiasm as they thanked each woman for bringing in the colours of strength, power, balance, warmth, affection, wisdom, motivation, and knowledge through their everlasting aura and presence. The idea to jubilate this impactful day was also to bring in the awareness on gender equality and how we must change the way we perceive the strength of women by standing strong with courage in acceptance that the universe wouldn't be shimmering as bright as it does without women.

New Delhi, Feb 5, 2021: The School observed ‘National Road Safety’ month from 18th January to 17th February 2021. As part of the same, the Interact Club of the School had organised an interactive online Zoom session with the resource person - Mr. Sunil Sen, Delhi Police, Traffic Department, on 5th February 2021 to guide the students of classes IV and V about the importance of road safety and rules they should be following in sync with the Traffic Department, Delhi Police.