Thank You Day Assembly
New Delhi, September 22, 2019: Being in a state of thankfulness attracts more things to be thankful for. With the idea of instilling this beautiful life lesson in the hearts of our young learners, Class I C of Apeejay School, Pitampura, conducted a special assembly.
All students participated in this mélange of song, dance and poetry recitation. All the sections of Class I were invited to be a part of this special assembly as audience.
Ayra Mishra of Class I C played a commendable compere for the assembly. She began by greeting the School Principal, Vice-Principal & others and welcoming all in attendance.
Then, she called out all her classmates for their performances one after the other, ensuring that the audience see a smooth running stage.
Raissa Goyal of Class I C spoke eloquently about why one must be in a state of gratitude and this was followed by presentation of ‘Thank You’ badges to the School Principal, Vice-Principal and others.
Anaya Shokeen and Oshien Jairath recited poems on the topics ‘Thank you Lord' and ‘Gratitude’
A young learner, Devishi, extended her gratitude to the School Principal, Vice-Principal Sir and others which was felt by all students alike.
This was followed by an enchanting dance performance on the song ‘Thank You Lord’ which left the audience spellbound. Little ones completely won over the hearts of all the teachers when they sang a heartwarming song ‘We thank you Teachers’ to mark the end of this special assembly.
Young learners were acknowledged for the hard work they put in presenting the assembly and the efforts of the Class Teacher, Ms Rashm Budhiraja, for inculcating the values of gratitude in the young learners so early in life.
New Delhi, September 7, 2019: Apeejay School, Pitampura, team – faculty as well as students – participated in the Delhi 'Pinkathon' which started in 2012 in Mumbai, with the specific purpose of getting more and more women to adopt a fitter lifestyle for themselves and their families. It is a unique initiative which works with one simple underlying theme – empowered women will, by example, inspire and empower other women! It encourages women from all walks of life & all age groups and socio-economic background, who have probably never participated in a sporting event before, to take their first steps towards a healthier life.
Mathelete- Maths Day
New Delhi, August 9, 2019: The Mathematics Department of Apeejay School, Pitampura organised knowledge and fun-filled activities for the students as a part of their annual feature, the Math Day as the Mathelete.
Following are the class-wise activities planned for the kids who participated with their full energy and enthusiasm.
- Class IV and V: Graffiti and Mathematical Rangoli
- Class VI: Mathematical Modelling
- Class VII: Tangrams
- Class VIII: Mathematical Games
- 5. Class IX: Application of Surface Area and Volume
- Class X: Mathematical Concepts through Story Telling
- Class XI: Practical Applications of Fibonacci Sequence
- Class XII: Concept Teaching
Students of Class IV made Graffiti on the topic ‘Math is Fun’ and the students of Class V made Mathematical Rangoli.
All the students were divided into groups and made 3D models of different shapes. They showcased the difference between a 2D and a 3D shape through their creativity.
All the students prepared figures, rangoli and pictures using tangrams.
The class was divided into groups of 4 each wherein each group prepared a game based on a mathematical concept. Then, the games were played in the class to make it more interactive.
The students formed cubes and cuboids making their nets through paper and then, they calculated their areas deriving their formulas.
The students were trained to narrate the story of ‘The Tower of Brahma’ and thereby, relating the mathematical fact behind the creation of the universe, making others understand the concept of mathematical induction. Also, mathematical couplets and a value-based mathematical story were narrated.
The students of Class XI presented a PPT prepared by a student of Class XII, explaining Fibonacci sequence in Pascal’s triangle and the birth of a rabbit & cow. The use of the sequence in spiral making was discussed and a question-answer session was conducted to make it more interactive.
The students of Class XII went to junior classes to teach them a related mathematical concept and easy techniques of learning tables.Class V – Angles Class VI – Constructing Angles Class VII – Congruency of Triangles Class VIII – Divisibility Rules and Linear Equations Class IX – Probability Class X – Trigonometry
The day, 9th August 2019, named MATHELETE was a day full of energy, involving maximum students in thought provoking activities. It was really satisfying to see the students getting involved in doing mathematics by heart and their love for the subject really made the faculty members motivated to do more and more for them.
Dr Stya Paul Inter-School Chess Tournament
New Delhi, August 9, 2019: Dr Stya Paul Inter-School Chess Tournament, an annual feature, was organised from 7th August to 9th August 2019. 19 prominent schools of Delhi and NCR participated in the event. The Tournament was inaugurated by the School Principal, Ms Veena Goel.
Bal Bharti School, Gangaram Marg secured the first position. Sanskriti School, Chanakya Puri secured the second position and K.R. Mangalam School, GK II secured the third position. Ms Veena Goel gave the prizes to the winning teams.