ISA Presentation & Exhibition on ‘National Symbols'
New Delhi, Sep. 2018: The students of Class II put up an excellent presentation in the School auditorium on the ‘National Symbols of five nations – India, Nepal, Mozambique, Switzerland and Brazil’. The students of Class II compered the show and put up a ramp walk showcasing the dresses of these five nations and also sang a beautiful song to show inclusiveness ‘We are the children’. Mr Pratyusa Mandal, Head of International Relations Division, NCERT, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The exhibits displayed included flags, posters, clay models, origami animals and flowers. The exhibits were explained to the visitors by the students of Class II.
Students of classes III, IV & V also viewed the exhibition. Students of Class V also interacted with the Chief Guest, posing questions & concerns regarding the perception and mindset that exists about China, one of India’s neighbours.
Book Club Meeting
New Delhi, Sep. 2018: The students of classes IV & V (members of the Book Club), held their meeting and discussed ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ by Enid Blyton.
Dakshta Padak Samaroh
New Delhi, Aug. 27, 2018: 250 scholars of the School were honoured at the Dakshta Padak Ceremony under the following categories: Scholar badges for classes VII to X (for scoring more than 85%) & Classes XI and XII (for scoring more than 80%).
Merit Certificates were given to students who scored 93% and above and Special Appreciation Certificates were given to scholars who have received scholar badges for three or more years consecutively. Special Certificates were given to students who have shown an improvement of 5% to 10% in academic aggregates, based on the belief that competing with self is the best form of competition. Certificates of Voracious Reading were given to the avid readers.
The event was solemnised by Dr Sunil Kumar, who is an Exponent in History and Professor of Delhi University. His subject of expertise is Medieval India and he connected with students by having an interaction with them about the Medieval History of Saket. The event was also attended by the PTA members of the Pre-Primary Wing who were proud to see the falcons of Apeejay School, Saket, moving ahead and soaring high.