Recent Events

Primary

New Delhi, September 3, 2019: A Special Assembly, on the occasion of Teachers Day, was conducted by the students of Class II. Teacher’s Day commemorates the birth anniversary of one of the most distinguished scholars, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.

The assembly started with a stuti by the students portraying the essence of a Guru (teacher). It was followed by the news section wherein the students informed about the latest happenings in and around India. A talk on Teacher’s Day was given by Vedanshi which enlightened everyone as to why we celebrate this great day. Some of the students danced on the song ‘Teachers’ which was mesmerising. A skit was enacted which sent across a message that no one can replace a teacher. The highlight of the show was the presentation of planters and cards prepared by the students, to the principal, vice-principal and all the primary school teachers. It was done while the young ones sang the song ‘We Love You Teachers’. The assembly was well-appreciated by everyone present there.

Pre-Primary

New Delhi, September 4, 2019: The Pre-Primary Wing celebrated Teacher’s Day with great fun and enthusiasm wherein a Special Assembly was conducted by Class Nursery D. To inaugurate the celebration, a floral tribute was paid to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.

Radhya Bhatia shared about ‘When and why do we celebrate Teacher’s Day?’ The assembly began with the dance performance on ‘Guru Vandana’ followed by thoughts and talk highlighting the contribution of teachers in a student’s life. This was followed by a dance performance on the melodious song ‘Happy Teachers Day’ making all teachers proud and happy for selfless service and students full of gratitude and love for their teachers. An adorable dance performance by students on the song ‘I Love you Teacher’ left the audience mesmerised. The lyrics of the song depicted the love and respect a student feels for the teacher. It was an endeavour to celebrate Teacher’s Day in a special way to convey students’ sincere gratitude. The next event in assembly was most memorable as students presented amazing handmade greeting cards prepared for this special occasion and a flower as their token of love and affection to all the teachers.

The assembly concluded with the beautiful thought shared by Naira Hasan Fatta, about the importance of teachers in their lives. On behalf of all the students, she expressed gratitude towards all the teachers.

The Pre-Primary In-Charge also wished the staff ‘Happy Teacher’s Day’ and insisted on quality teaching and creating a spark of desire within children to find the answers.

Main School

New Delhi, September 5, 2019: Good teachers are the reason why ordinary students dream to do extra ordinary things. It was in this spirit that the School gathered in the amphitheater to celebrate Teacher’s Day.

The members of the Apeejay Parliament organised a special assembly to thank the teachers for all their hard work on behalf of all the students. The assembly started on an auspicious note with the lightning of ceremonial lamp, followed by prayers.

The students prepared self-composed poems and speeches on the importance of celebrating this day. The highlight of the event was the musical act which focused on how various experiences with our teachers help us in our lives later on. A special performance was prepared by the SAPS who mesmerised the audience with their genuineness.

Cards prepared by the students were handed over to the Principal, Vice-Principal and all the teachers as a token of their gratitude. The event concluded with a high note musical performance by Yasho Vardhan.

New Delhi, September 2, 2019: Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated as the birth of Lord Ganesha, the symbol of wisdom and remover of obstacles. This festival is also known as ‘Ganesh Utsav’ which means festival of Ganesha. The students of Class I B conducted a special assembly on Ganesh Chaturthi wherein the excited students were beaming with joy.

The assembly commenced with a Ganesh aarti along with lighting of the lamp and offering prayers to Lord Ganesha, seeking his blessings. This was followed by a talk on the festival which symbolises wisdom, prosperity and good fortune. The audience listened in rapt attention. Further, Devishi Aggarwal articulated lines on the qualities of Lord Ganesha and his innocent behaviour which attracts every worshipper. It was followed by a mesmerising poem recitation by Samaira Bhatia.

Paying tribute to the beautiful deity, little angels of Class I B showcased their love and affection by presenting a joyful dance on the tune of ‘Shankarji ka dumru baje’. Their actions & costumes and the whole atmosphere added to the festive spirit. The programme concluded with the chants of ‘Ganapati Bappa Moriyaa’ in which all the students and teachers participated with full devotion and respect.

New Delhi, August 30, 2019: With the increased problem of pollution in our country, it is essential to inculcate values to protect our planet Earth by conserving resources. Keeping this idea in mind and linking it to the curriculum, Class Nursery C hosted a special assembly wherein they explained to their peers, the importance of water and the need to conserve it. The Assembly began with the introduction given by Venya Aggarwal. A rhyme about importance and saving water was dramatized by the tiny tots with great zeal. The significance of water was well explained through a song and a talk by our teacher. The students enacted an action song ‘Paani Zindgani’ which delivered the message of preciousness and importance of water to the audience.

Water is known as the elixir of life. As Apeejayites, we have imbibed water conservation values and are spreading awareness among people about less usage and saving of clean water so as to maintain the continuity of life on Earth. Students enacted a foot tapping dance ‘Life is Water, Water is Life’ to motivate the audience to join the mission of ‘saving water’. Overall, it was an enriching, awe-inspiring show which was highly appreciated by one and all.

The message of the assembly was loud and clear, given by Grisha Agarwal, that either we conserve water or learn to live without it. The assembly concluded with posing questions to the young audience on what they had just learnt in the assembly. In-Charge, Ms Sonali Chopra, appreciated the efforts of the students and asked the children to make an effort to consciously ensure they do not waste water and thereby, help in saving our Planet Earth.

New Delhi, September 28, 2019: It is rightly said that ‘Behind every young child who believes in himself is the parent who believed first’. Studies show that when families are involved in the education of their children in positive ways, the children maximise on their untapped potentials and are more regular to school and demonstrate positive attitude and behavior.

Keeping this in mind, Apeejay School, Pitampura, organised the second phase of Orientation Programme for the parents of Nursery classes.

The programme commenced with lighting the ceremonial lamp by eminent Guest Speaker, Dr Vasudha Agarwal, renowned Psychologist and Life Skills Trainer, accompanied by School Principal, Mrs Veena Goel, Vice-Principal, Dr Sujit Eric Masih and the In-Charges. This was followed by sapling presentation to Dr Vasudha Agarwal. School Principal, Mrs Veena Goel, welcomed the parents and the guests with her kind words.

The second phase of the Orientation Programme had a special attraction. The students of the Pre-Primary Wing prepared few dances based on Thematic Learning for their parents which were much appreciated by one and all. It was followed by an interactive session by Dr Vasudha Agarwal wherein she discussed various aspects of parenting. She gave important tips on how to nurture a child with love and care to build a strong foundation for a glorious future.

Parents cleared their doubts regarding the upbringing of their children and were given apt solutions by the eminent speaker. They were also given an insight upon the learning system which is based on the belief that “locked within every child is the inherent potential for greatness”.

Parents were in high spirits after attending the Programme and understood their joint responsibility in bringing up their children. At the end of the session, Pre-Primary In-Charge, Mrs Sonali Chopra, proposed the Vote of Thanks.