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Delhi, Nov 28, 2021: Enthralling the audience with the fervent rendition of music and dance, Apeejay School, Pitampura, on 28th November 2021 celebrated its Annual Appreciation Day amidst great zing and exuberance to commemorate the milestone reached by its arduous students.

The reverberating and magnificent event was presided over by Mr Aditya Berlia, co-promoter of Apeejay Stya and Svran Group. Mr Himanshu Gupta (IAS), Director, Directorate of Education was the Chief Guest on the occasion, internationally renowned Kathak dancers Ms Nalini and Ms Kamalini were the Guests of Honour along with a galaxy of dignitaries and distinguished members of the Apeejay Education.

The ‘Annual Appreciation Day’ commenced with the virtual lighting of the lamp, followed by the chanting of the divine ‘Samudra Vasane Devi’ mantra dedicated to Mother Earth. The School Principal, Ms. Veena Goel welcomed the guests; she also addressed the gathering and presented the school report which gave a glimpse of major events and achievements of the school. She also spoke at length about the plethora of activities that the School organised even during the pandemic and the accolades won by the students and applauded the incredible work done by the entire staff in teaching & learning through the digital platform. She also Listed the many exemplary feats, the school was ranked no.1 among the top CBSE schools, as per the Times School Survey.

The highlight of the cultural programme was the Musical Dance Drama ‘Behta hai Pal Jeetain hain Chal’ an affirmation of self-belief and hope, motivating people to move on in spite of the hurdles. It was an amalgamation of dances, songs, and acts giving a message to ‘MOVE ON’ expressing that there is so much to learn from everything and everyone. The school choir and orchestra enthralled all with their lively and vibrant songs. The rich display of color, music, and dance left the audience spellbound.

The Chief Guest, Mr Himanshu Gupta, in his address congratulated the School Principal for the achievements of the academic year and added that the school has done exceptionally good work, which clearly shows the School’s adaptability. The Guest of Honour Ms. Nalini also appreciated the programme and encouraged students to stay connected to their culture through art. Addressing the gathering, Mr Aditya Berlia applauded the School for its achievements despite all the challenges and added it was only possible because of the hard work of parents, teachers, students, and the staff.

The vote of thanks was proposed by Vice-Principal, Ms Renuka Kamal, the programme culminated with the School song sung robustly by the School choir.

This year’s annual function proved to be an astounding visual treat that enthralled every spectator connected virtually to the show.

‘By Conquering your mind, you conquer the world’

Delhi, Nov 18, 2021: The students of classes Nursery and I of Apeejay School, Pitampura celebrated Gurupurab on 17th November and Class KG celebrated on 18th November with great excitement and fervour to mark the birth anniversary of the first guru of Sikhs, Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

The celebration started with a prayer followed by a ‘Tickly Tales' Story session which emphasised the principles and teachings of the pious soul, Guru Nanak Dev Ji. It also focused upon the significance of Prabhat Pheri and Nagar Kirtan. The students paid tribute to the pious soul by spreading his divine message through poems, speeches, Shabad, and dance performances.

The children followed the Punjabi dress code, covered their heads during prayer, and looked very impressive. A few children spoke about the teachings of Guru Nanak Ji, it was followed by the chanting of Shabad Gurubani 'Ek Onkar' by the students in reverence and homage. Videos based on his life and spiritual journey were played for the students. In the end, the virtual tour to Gurudwara Bangla Sahib gave the young ones an insight into the religious practices in Sikhism after which the children had Kadha Prasad. The assembly concluded on a happy note with festive spirit and unbeatable excitement amongst the students.

On the auspicious occasion of Gurupurab, Naunidh Prakash Singh of Class KG-D as he presents a beautiful Shabad in his soulful voice.

Imbibing values at a tender age, adds to the overall personality development of the children. The students of the Primary section learnt about the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, which enlightened them towards the selfless service of mankind. The ‘storytelling session’ revolved around the value of human life, they learnt that it is priceless. So the students shared their life experiences, as to when they felt unique and valued. Some of them also shared the stories of Guru Nanak Dev Ji narrated to them by their elders.

The students of the Primary section of Apeejay School, Pitampura took a pledge to encourage their family members to be active citizens and check the voter list for their family’s enrolment. It was followed by a brief discussion about democratic government and the importance of voting. The aware young citizens of our nation took their first steps towards knowing democracy in action.

"Children are like buds in a garden and should be lovingly nurtured, as they are the future of the nation and the citizens of tomorrow " - Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru

Delhi, Nov 17, 2021: Children’s Day was celebrated by the Pre-Primary Department of Apeejay School, Pitampura, on 17th November 2020 with great splendour and grandeur to commemorate birth anniversary of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, independent India's first Prime Minister. It is due to his love for children that this day is marked as Childrens' Day, thereby honouring childhood.

The celebrations began with an informative and inspirational speech by the class teacher about the great leader and a true statesman - Pt. Nehru. She also encouraged the students to work diligently and enjoy their childhood to the optimum. It was followed by a story presentation session based on moral values which left a lasting impact on the students.

Dressed up in colourful party dresses the tiny tots were beaming with joy and excitement.

The culmination of the assembly was the icing on the cake for the students as they danced to the beats of their favourite songs and treated themselves to sweets and luxurious delicacies. It was a fun-filled day for the tiny tots which would always be cherished as a fond memory.