Nothing can replace the peace and happiness that Lord Ganesha brings to our homes every year. The Pre-Primary Wing celebrated the birth of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati’s son. Students created Ganesha using clay modelling techniques and using recyclable paper cups. Students were utterly engaged and loved all the activities.

Class II students of the school had an enjoyable learning fiesta in August as they inculcated a sense of pride in being Indians. This was brought forth through their beautifully handcrafted creations. Beautifully crafted kites and rakhis were made which displayed the gratitude for our brave soldiers. Children also brought our School motto to life by painting and sketching the School logo. The national bird - Peacock was also drawn and created through craft.

A special virtual assembly on Janamashtami was held in the Pre-Primary Wing. The eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu and the supreme God in his own right was remembered and revealed through various activities like dancing, singing, art, and shloka rendition during the special assembly. Children as well as the parents also participated enthusiastically. Students dressed up as Radha and Krishna with the flute, peacock feathers, and earthen pots. The life history of Lord Krishna was shown to the children that gave them the message that "Whenever there will be malevolence, 'He' will reincarnate to destroy the evil and save the good."

New Delhi, July 16, 2020: The evening of 16th July 2020 promised mirth, merrymaking, and laughter for the tiny tots of the Pre-Primary Wing of the School as their teachers donned roles of jesters and clowns to bring a smile to the faces of their loving students. From amazing & fun-loving feats & antics to fascinating magic tricks, the teachers entertained their students who joined in the fun with full spontaneity making the virtual connect no less impactful. The teachers instilled warmth and fun into the evening, and the parent community showcased its unwavering encouragement and participation. Activities like tongue twisters, juggling, magic with a handkerchief, and dance sessions kept the children occupied and entertained. It was an invigorating and enjoyable session for the toddlers of the school.

The Indian Army proudly and vigilantly guards our motherland all day and night so that we may live peacefully. A mesmerising musical evening was dedicated to celebrating our glorious nation and its valiant soldiers. 'Roundelay', the musical group of Apeejay School, Saket, hosted 'Ek Shaam Watan Ke Naam', an event displaying love for our motherland and reverence towards the Indian Army. The evening was filled with melodious renditions by the Roundelay group and Apeejayites from our sister schools – Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, Pitampura, and Charkhi Dadri which exhibited marvelous talent through their exemplary performances. The schools were honored by the gracious presence of the esteemed Chief Guest, Retired Major General Sharabh Pachori. His inspiring address and melodious rendition encouraged all to emulate the great heroes and infuse motivation in whatever they do. The presence of two of our alumni, Mr Umesh Nadkarni and Mr Anshul Nautiyal added a sparkle to the event as they mesmerised the gathering through their performances. A pledge to promote Swadeshi and choose products made in India & for India was administered by Ms Neena Kaushik. The event was successfully organised under the able guidance of the School Principal, Mrs Smita Amit.