Recent Workshops

“MEDICINE means Mercy - Empathy - Dare - Integrity - Care - Ingenuity - Nobility and Ethics.”

― Abhijit Naskar

Delhi, July 30, 2021: Apeejay School, Pitampura participated in a Video Conference (VC) on 30 July 2021. Besides Apeejay School, Pitampura, William Henry Smith Memorial School Varanasi (India) also participated in this Video Conference. During the VC, our students were able to move their dialogue from the beginning to the end. Mr. Lorenzo Rafio was the facilitator of the event. Students were interested in each other's opinions, and they discussed medical ethics in detail. In this conference, the students entered into dialogue around some of the philosophical, religious, cultural, and value-based ideas around medical ethics. Students also explored some of the more contentious issues regarding medical technology such as euthanasia, stem cell research & treatments, and the testing of procedures & treatments on animals.

Dialogue on Medical Ethics

Delhi, July 5, 2021: The Primary teachers attended a workshop on ‘Taking Lesson Planning to New Dimensions: Trans-Disciplinary Lesson Planning’ on 5th July 2021. The session began with prayer. Ms. Purnima Vohra, Education Officer, Apeejay Education, gave a brief introduction about the session.

Ms. Smriti Samuel, Primary In-charge, Apeejay School, Noida gave the presentation on Trans-disciplinary Lesson Planning. She was helped by Ms. Rashi Rawal, PRT, Apeejay School, Noida. They explained how a particular topic is carried out in all the subjects. A demonstration of the same was done with the help of the Class IV lesson plan.

Ms. Purnima Vohra gave the concluding remarks for the session. Ms. Praveen Kumari, Primary In-charge, Apeejay School, Pitampura, proposed the Vote of Thanks.

New Delhi, June 2021: Apeejay School, Pitampura welcomed its senior students after the summer break with a thought-provoking and insightful online workshop on the topic ‘PURPOSE: A key to achieve your goals, for sure’. Mrs. Veena Goel, Principal of the School, shared deep insights from her rich experience to mentor the young students to stay focused and avoid the distractions that lurk at every corner. Her message was also for the parents to listen to their children as friends and give them quality time.

The resource person, Mr. Lucky Puchhrat, motivational public speaker and a personal management expert, encouraged the students to apprehend and realise their untapped potential. He shared many meaningful tips and real-life examples to make the students understand how to create an extraordinary life for themselves. He rated good communication skills on the priority list of all students who wish to excel in today’s globally interconnected world. He also recommended good reading habits as a tool to learn important life lessons that can open our minds to new ideas. He inspired all with the statement - ‘Be in what you do’ i.e., give your best to every work which you do. “Life is never made unbearable by circumstances, but only by lack of meaning and purpose” - a quote by Victor Frank aptly summed up the essence of the workshop. The School is always on the lookout to provide the best resources to empower the students with 21st Century skills.