Independence Day Celebration 2019
New Delhi, August 14, 2019: 73rd Independence Day was celebrated in the School’s multi-purpose hall, wherein all the students of the Pre-Primary Department gathered for a special assembly.
The programme started with students of Class KG B explaining about how and why we celebrate this day. It was followed by enactment by few children on the song ‘Desh Mere Desh’. The children were dressed in white kurta pyjama with orange and green stoles around the waist. The children depicted how proud they are of their nation through this song.
Next, the students danced to the beats of the song ‘Suno Gaur Se Duniya Walon’ wearing blue attire with tri-colour stoles. Their energy was sky high as they depicted their love for the nation.
Students gave an enthralling performance on a mashup of patriotic songs. Their synchronized actions and dedicated performance left the audience spellbound and filled their hearts with love for the Motherland.
To further strengthen the feeling of honour, Ms Sonali Chopra, Pre-Primary In-Charge spoke the slogan ‘Jai Hind’ and filled the atmosphere with pride for the country.
All the teachers and students gathered in the open air auditorium. The School Principal, Ms Veena Goel, unfurled the Tricolor which was followed by the national anthem. The programme was marked with powerful speeches, skit, patriotic dances and songs
Soumya and Anmol of Class XI, in their speeches, spoke about the relevance of freedom and our responsibilities as the citizen of the country.
The Principal, in her concluding speech, motivated students to become responsible and dedicated citizens of the country.
Social Studies Day
Social Science means inventing a certain brand of human we can understand.
New Delhi, August 13, 2019: To strengthen this belief, Apeejay School, Pitampura organised Social Science Day on 13th August 2019. On this occasion, the following activities were conducted for Classes VI to XII:
|1||VI||Movie Screening ‘The Croods’|
|2||VII||Role Play on the Rulers of Medieval India|
|3||VIII||Preamble of Apeejay|
|4||IX||Quiz on Indian Constitution|
|6||XI||Workshop on Personality Development|
Annual Exhibition – ‘Reading Matters’
New Delhi, August 3, 2019: Apeejay School, Pitampura organised its Annual Exhibition in the School premises on the theme ‘Reading Matters’ in order to inculcate reading habits among the children and to create lifelong readers. It gave an opportunity to the students to dive into the world of books. The function was presided over by esteemed Chief Guest, Ms Richa Gupta, author of novels ‘Skeins and Phoenix’ and Ms Ritika C. Parruck, Director - School Programme, British Council. A warm welcome was accorded to the guests in the central courtyard where the students performed a cultural show. The audience was also thrilled by electrifying dance performances and the melodious numbers played by the School orchestra.
Students had put up an array of literary exhibits, wall magazines, book jackets and project files of the books they had read, ranging from fairy tale (fantasy), biography, horror, mystery to adventure. Each room was a visual delight that offered the visitors food for thought. The students captivated the attention of all with their confidence and acting skills while performing role plays and scene enactments from novels by Agatha Christie, J K Rowling, Jane Austin and R K Narayan.
Even the parents participated enthusiastically in the competitions organised by the School – ‘Book Cover Designing’, ‘Literary Characters Come Alive’, ‘Designing Hand Puppets’ and ‘Portrait Gallery’.
New Delhi, August 30, 2019: Sanchetna - A word which is fast becoming synonymous with leadership, teamwork, responsibility, management and lots of fun.
The week-long Apeejay Leadership Programme was held from 6th to 30th August 2019. It was inaugurated by the School Principal, Ms Veena Goel.
The programme is designed to cultivate within the teacher and the learner both, the life skills which help them learn how to respond to real life challenges. It is a step towards preparing them to become leaders in the times to come.
The programme, in its 8th year, brought together 182 students, wherein 148 students were from Class V, 24 students from classes X & XI (who were their mentors), and 10 students from UPASANA, a school for students with special needs.
The organising team carefully chalked out the activities for each day for each of the skill taught. Apart from designing what to be taught and the material required for each day, they also decided and procured the food items for each day. At the end of each day, there was an Introspection Session wherein they discussed what were the shortcomings or challenges they faced during the day and how they could have planned it better. It was indeed a learning experience for the team.
The concluding day saw the spectacular display of the skills acquired by the students of Class V.