|Christmas Celebrations in school|
|Samanjasya - a celebration of diversity|
|Biennial Production "The Inspector General"- presented by the students of classes VI to XI , designed and directed by- Stephen Marazzi|
Photography done by:
Peehu Joon VIII C
Spandan VIII C
Aryan Bhatt VIII D
D. Punieth VIII D
|Gurpurab Celebrations in school|
|Diwali Celebrations in school|
Photography done by:
Krish VIII B
Harshil VIII D
Adi Ahmad VIII D
Videography by Adi Ahmad
Dusherra was celebrated with usual fervour in the school on 27 September 2019. But this year there was a uniqueness to the celebrations to ignite consciousness in the students towards plastic waste.
The effigy of Ravana was made out of plastic waste that we usually discard without thinking of the harmful effects that it will cause.
This plastic demon was even 'burnt' symbolically by engulfing it in flames on a screen. This novel endeavour in itself was appreciated by the students and parents alike as was evident from their excitement to see the devil made of single use plastic standing in the centre of the field. The message was loud and clear - spread awareness and let good prevail over evil, this year the evil being plastic.
|Hindi Diwas Celebrations in school|
|Teachers' Day Celebrations|
|Independence Day Celebrations in school|
|Eid celebrations in the school|
|Labour Day Celebrations in school|
|Earth Day Celebrations in school|
The students celebrated Earth day with great enthusiasm and fervor.
The day began with E-Waste collection drive. An e-waste collection bin was installed at the school gate in which parents and students dropped in their electronic waste for a proper disposal.
All the students and staff members gathered on the school grounds for a special assembly on Earth day.
After the assembly students of grades VI – VIII attended an interesting workshop: “Jal Mitra” by “India Water Foundation”. This was followed by a presentation by: E-Waste Recyclers India for students of grades IX-XII.
Nursery-KG students were treated with a story telling session. Students of grades I-III enjoyed Earth Day Hunt.
Highlight of the day was the “Earth Fair” conducted by the students of grade IX for the students of grades IV and V. The fair had sensitization stalls like: “Be water wise”; “Trace your carbon footprints”; “Save Electricity”; “The 4Rs” to name a few. There were game stalls like, “Scrap out Scrap” and “Quiz Time”. Other attractions of the fair were the live stalls, “Art Stall”-design your own bookmarks using recycled paper and “Towards greener homes”- planting saplings in used plastic cups.
|Women's Day celebrations in school|