Club Activities

Astronomy Day was celebrated on 18th April 2022 by the Astronomy Club Module 01 members. It was organised for students of classes VI to VIII. A number of events were conducted on this day. They are as follows:

  • 3D view of Universe
  • Comet making
  • Water Rocket Launching
  • Astrophotography
  • Fun Quizzes on Solar System
  • Observation of Sun Spots
  • Safe Methods to View Sun
  • Correct Usage of a Telescope
  • Crater Making
  • Weighing on Different Planets

Astronomy Club Module 1 students of Apeejay School, Pitampura, measured precise geographic directions in the school ground. The student used a Gnomon Rod (a vertical stick planted in the ground) to measure the directions. Students carefully observed and measured the shadow of the Gnomon to precisely find the local noon time for this activity. The results obtained by students were appreciated as the directions obtained by the students matched the actual geographic north direction (checked in Google Earth) to a good measure. Students learnt about the importance of Geographic Directions, North, South, East and West and how the directions can be used to find planets and celestial objects like the moon in the sky.

Students were empowered to witness the International Space Station's visible pass on the evening of 6th April 2022 as well as Venus, Saturn and Mars in the eastern direction in the morning before Sun Rise. They then went on to learn about the historic measurement by Eratosthenes to measure the circumference of Earth and obtained encouraging results on the measurement of Earth. The Student groups recreated the Eratosthenes experiment and measured the circumference of the earth.


Delhi, March 30, 2022: To encourage the students to widen their knowledge, a quiz was organised on 30th March 2022 on the Zoom platform for the students of classes VI and VII.

After the preliminary round which was held on 25th March 2020, 8 students were selected based on their score and 4 teams were made, each having 2 students from both the classes. It was an interesting 5 rounds competition which included objective questions with options round, visual round, testing the knowledge of students on various topics and keeping them engaged for one hour.

The event was graced by Mrs Renuka Kamal, Vice Principal and Mrs. Malini Sridhar, Middle School in Charge.

The quiz winners were Team D comprising Arnav Raj Bansal, class VI-D and Ujjesha Vashisht, class VII-A. The second place was bagged by Myra Gag, class VI-C and Neil Vohra, class VII-A. For the third place, there was a tie between Team B Neerav Dureja VI-C, Krishna Kararia VII-D and Team C Yashika VI-B and Vyaan Goel VII-C.


In order to create world-class leaders, a quiz was organized on 30th March 2022, on the Zoom platform for the students of classes VIII and IX. After the preliminary round which was held on 25th March 2020, 8 students were selected based on their scores and 4 teams were made, each having 2 students from each class.

It was graced with the presence of Ms Renuka Kamal, Vice Principal, who conveyed her best wishes for the competition. The quiz consisted of seven rounds covering current Affairs, Science and Technology, Language and Literature, Movies and Politics.

The competition was won by Jiya Satija and Aanay Chopra. The second position secured was by Nayya Garg and Ananya Gupta whereas the third position was bagged by Om Gupta and Saanvi Kalra.

Delhi, Nov 1, 2021: Interact Club of Apeejay School, Pitampura initiated the 'Say No To Crackers' campaign on 1st November 2021 for the students of classes III to VIII. The interactors stressed the importance of celebrating Diwali safely. Through interactive and fun activities, they convinced the children how harmful crackers are.

A lively presentation of Nukkad Natak taught the children about the ill effects of crackers on the human body and surroundings.

The Interact Club volunteers had been working on this campaign for many days with zeal and enthusiasm. They also talked about the Green Diwali. They highlighted the harmful effects of toxic chemicals like phosphorus and ammonium nitrate on old people and newborn babies.

The young interactors feel that if we sensitize the children about the importance of the environment at a tender age, then they can become the champions of climate change.

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin

Delhi, Sep 25, 2021: It was a proud moment for Interactors of Apeejay School, Pitampura President Nitya Goel, Secretary Anvesha Misri, Former President, Malvika Tiwari along with the teacher in-charge, Ms. Prerna Bhushan to attend the Vaahini District Interact Team Installation and Training Seminar 2021-22. The seminar was conducted under the stewardship of Rtn. Shruti and Rtn. Anup Mittal, District Governor 2021-22 on Saturday, 25th September 2021 at India International Centre, Max Meuller Marg, New Delhi. An Investiture Ceremony for all the incoming Zonal Interact Representatives was conducted. Malvika Tiwari from Apeejay School, Pitampura was titled as the ZIR of Zone 5 of our district. The program along with Investiture Ceremony had breakaway training by the senior Rotary faculty for all Interact Clubs followed by networking and high tea. Informative discussions on all phases of Rotary administration and service projects focused mainly upon health, sanitation, education, economic development, and disaster management.