Road Safety Workshop
New Delhi, August 29, 2018: The Interact Club, in association with the Road Safety Department, Delhi, organised a Road Safety Workshop for the students of classes VIII and IX. The gathering was addressed by ASI Ramvir Sangvaan. The Workshop was successful in spreading awareness regarding increasing road accidents, intolerance amongst the people and the various safety measures to be taken on the road. Mr Sangvaan shared several facts seeking cooperation in averting road accidents and saving precious lives. The three types of road signs & various signals were demonstrated and wonderfully explained to the students. These demonstrations were carried out through songs and presentations.
Legal Literacy Session for Class IX
New Delhi, May 7, 2018: A Legal Literacy Session was conducted for the students of Class IX on the topic ‘POSCO Act – Prevention of Child Sexual Offences’. The resource person for the session was Judge Ruchika Singla.
Blood Donation Camp
New Delhi, April 26, 2018: The Interact Club of Apeejay School, Pitampura, in association with the Rotary Blood Bank, Delhi, organised a Blood Donation Camp in the School premises.
A total of 46 units of blood was collected from parents, faculty and ancillary staff. The Camp was organised to meet the rising need of blood for patients. Apeejay School, Pitampura remains an active participant in arranging such community service initiatives from time to time. The parents and all the staff members participated in the Camp enthusiastically.
The event helped the Interactors to feel the ‘Joy of Giving’ - the selfless act of giving.
Legal Literacy Session for Class III
New Delhi, April 24, 2018: A Legal Literacy Session was conducted for the students of Class III on the topic ‘Good Touch and Bad Touch’. The resource person for the session was Advocate Himani wherein she explained good touch & bad touch to the children through a PPT and a video. She also advised the children not to interact with strangers and to shout or run away from the place where they feel something fishy and report to their parents.