Recent Events

New Delhi, Feb 27, 2021: Apeejay School, Pitampura, received a personal invitation to participate and contribute to the first-ever virtual India Toy Fair 2020-21 on 27th February. We shared the innovative toys and games made by the teachers of the Pre-Primary to Middle School Department and our creativity and innovation received much appreciation from the Toy Fair team which visited the School to video graph the finally prepared stalls. The details are available on the link:

Togetherness does not seek a reason,
celebrations don’t require an occasion, and
happiness arrives despite restrictions.
Our student’s presence equals an occasion for us to be proud of and enjoy.

Firmly rooted in this sentiment, Apeejay School, Pitampura, organised and celebrated the virtual Aashirwaad Ceremony for its outgoing batch of 2020-21. Graduation is a sense of culmination and readiness for the beautiful future that lies ahead. And our students seemed more than ready and happy to embark on their journeys beyond school life, as the entire staff came together to bid them adieu on 3rd April 2021.

After the virtual lighting of the lamp ceremony, Mrs. Veena Goel, Principal of the school addressed the students and wished them good luck for their future endeavours. The Citation Ceremony was an emotional rollercoaster ride for the students as well as the teachers as they shared their emotions poignantly. 179 students received their beautifully drafted citations onscreen with a message by their respective class teachers.

The occasion was also graced by the presence of Mr. Shivam Teotia, Addl. Private Secretary, Vice Chairman, Niti Aayog, as the Guest of Honour. He gave a heartwarming message to the outgoing batch, adding meaningful life skill tips for the students to reflect upon.

The host Class XI students presented a medley of soulful peppy songs, dances and added a splash of colour to the ceremony with a motley of vibrant presentation. A self-composed poem by Saanvi Aggarwal of Class XII eloquently paid tribute to the student-teacher bond. The highlight of the ceremony was a music video, sharing precious moments of school life, captured and presented in a kaleidoscopic prism. Head Boy, Dev Parikh expressed his gratitude to the school for his memorable journey of fourteen years while Head Girl, Niyati Anand shared her emotions with elan. The anchors, Manya Bhutani and Sejal Gupta, of Class XI weaved the program beautifully with their endearing words and couplets. Truly a ‘watershed moment’ for the entire Apeejay fraternity.

New Delhi, April 2021: Poster Making Activity was organised for classes VI to VIII. The students participated with zeal and enthusiasm. The theme given was ‘Protect Our Wetlands’.

The students painted their perceptions on paper about saving the wetlands from pollution and other damages. They wonderfully depicted the dangers harming the wetlands and also the uniqueness of the birds was showcased through the variations of colours.

This was not all, but the students also wrote creative slogans over their paintings to address the message. The overwhelming participation in this online event highlighted the creative pursuits of the young ones and provided an opportunity to express themselves without any inhibitions.

New Delhi, April 17, 2021: Is it possible to cook without flame? “Yes very much possible!” says the students of Apeejay School, Pitampura. The Middle School conducted an Inter-House Master Chef Competition on 17th April 2021.

The Competition was conducted to create awareness about the nutritional value of food cooked without flame, the necessity and advantages of healthy eating, and to encourage the students to stay away from junk food.

Through this activity the students learnt the spirit of teamwork, culinary skills, appreciating the hard work put into cooking. The aim of the activity was also to provide a platform for students to showcase their talent and explore new areas of interest.

Each house prepared 2-3 items which included salad, healthy shakes, snacks, and a dish of their choice. The students prepared healthy dishes using easy and quick recipes. They have presented dishes artistically and aesthetically which was most appealing and the display was a visual treat tickling to the taste buds.

The judges for the day were Mrs. Latika and Mr. Sudhir Ranjan who judged based on presentation, innovation, nutritional value, and taste of food. The presentations of the students were appreciated by the Principal, Ms. Veena Goel, and Middle School In-charge, Mrs. Malini Sridhar.