Recent Events

Delhi, December 31, 2022: The much awaited Apeejay School Pitampura Winter Carnival - ‘EUPHORIA’ was held after a gap of two years on 31st December, perfectly timed to bid adieu to the year 2022 and usher in year 2023. The Principal, Ms Veena Goel welcomed the chief guest, Dr Harsh Vardhan, Former Minister of Health & Family Welfare, who praised the children and lauded the efforts of the school for organising the event. He said that when children participate in these type of events, it adds to their learning in multiple ways.

The school wore a festive & colourful look and the school grounds teemed with students, parents and grandparents. It pulsated with scintillating music, dance and cheering voices from the breath-taking joy rides. The stalls put up by students of various classes showcasing their artistic & creative abilities were indeed a crowd puller. The games – ‘Topping the coin’, ‘Lucky seven’ ‘Estimating the peapods’, ‘Making pairs’, and many more kept the gathering enthralled. The carnival had something in store for everybody - be it children or adults. The school ground was transformed into a mini ‘Magic City’ with exotic food, tattoo and face painting.

The pre-primary students, dressed up in their favourite Disney characters marched in the jamboree parade drawing huge applause from everyone. The stage shows by students, and events like the ‘Talent Hunt’, ‘Baby show’, ‘Mom n me’, ‘Dad n me’ etc. stole the hearts of everyone. From well-choreographed Dance Performances to Song Renditions and ‘Flash Mob’, the stage was always on fire. The ‘Raffle Draw’ was a big attraction and the ‘Music on Demand’ added to the spirit of celebration. The Interact Club of the school presented a token of their contribution to the “Vridh Ashram” keeping alive the spirit of sharing & caring.

Delhi, November 07, 2022: The School celebrated Einstein Day on 7 November 2022 to create awareness among the students of the changing science and technology of the World.

Students of Classes VI, VII, VIII, IX, and XI demonstrated various activities showing the different scientific principles and theories which were very knowledgeable and turned the sessions into erudite discussions. This day was celebrated to encourage students to think outside of the box.

Delhi, November 26, 2022: Apeejay School, Pitampura, celebrated its Annual Appreciation Day ‘Chirag Jal Uthe’ … Let there be light…on 26th and 27th November 2022 in the school premises, amidst great zing and exuberance.

The two-day spectacular event was presided over by Mrs. Sushma Paul Berlia, Chairperson, Apeejay Education. Mrs.Cheshtha Yadav, IAS was the distinguished Chief Guest; Renowned Kathak Dancer, Ms Geetanjali Lal, was the Guest of Honour on Day 1 while Day 2 was graced by Ms Ranjana Prasad, Member DCPCR, as Eminent Guest and Padmashri Geeta Mahalik as the Guest of Honour. On both days, the school put on scintillating shows with students showcasing myriad talents. It commenced with the welcoming of the revered guests by the School Band, followed by the lighting of the lamp ceremony. A mellifluous performance by the orchestra, Symphony held everyone spellbound.

Thundering applause from the audience for every act, dance, song by the students added to the zeal. Drama adaptations of Shakespeare’s renowned works- “Romeo and Juliet” and “Macbeth” left everyone in awe.

The Principal, Mrs Veena Goel, presented the School Report which spotlighted the major accomplishments and accolades of the School. The Head Boy, Head Girl, Sports Captain and the President of the School’s Interact Club also highlighted the various achievements of the School. The much-awaited award ceremony felicitated the prize winners with medals and trophies.

The Hindi Drama staged by the students was yet another highlight of the events which came to a close with performances on the theme of illumination and incandescence.

Delhi, October 30, 2022: KAIZEN-2022 was a platform for true learning for the students. It was a two-day event organised on 29 October and 30 October 2022. The conference provided an opportunity for students to practice research, public speaking, teamwork, negotiation and writing skills in a safe and structured environment.

They deliberated on key international issues and developed confidence and leadership skills through experience. It encouraged the development of practical language skills, creating a high level of competence. Another learning outcome of this conference was learning eloquence in the diplomatic language. The delegates gained an awareness and adopted attitudes important for their own lives and the lives of those around them.

The conference observed a footfall of 166 delegates from 14 different schools and vigorous discussions in 6 dynamic committees namely UNCSW. UNHRC. UNGA, AIPPM, HP and IP.

Apeejay, Pitampura, won the award for Best School Delegation and delegates from each committee were given awards such as Best Delegate, High Commendation and Special Mentions.