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Grandparents Day Celebration


Our kindergarten celebrated Grandparents Day on 5th December 2023, “Where love knows no age.” Celebrating Grandparents Day was a heartwarming event filled with love and appreciation. The children of kindergarten along with their teachers, gathered to honour grandparents, sharing stories and laughter created cherished moments. Activities were included, heartfelt conversation, special meals and even thoughtful gifts were given.

The day was a beautiful reminder of the important role grandparents play in our lives.



E-Pledge on Say ‘Yes to Life and No To Drugs’ was taken by the students. They also received certificates for it.

Teachers discussed with the students highlighting the value of human life and its purpose in society. The harmful effects of drugs on Neurological development and severe, Mental health challenges which can include depression, developmental delays, anxiety, personality disorders, and suicidal ideation was discussed.

A Pledge on “Meri Mati Mera Desh” was taken by the students to promote peace and harmony and to respect the essence of unity in diversity.

On 31st October National Unity Day was observed. Students of middle school spoke on the importance of Unity in Diversity. Sardar Vallabhai Patel’s birthday falls on this day. We’ll known as a Iron Man of India, his contribution to the unification of India was spoken about.

Session with Ms. Saba Naqvi on the topic G20 Summit 2023 at Pragati Maidan. The students actively participated and questions related to the event. The agenda, VIP Guest list other than G20 Countries was discussed.

Celebrating Teacher’s Day in School

Teachers Day was celebrated by the school a small program was organized in the form of a medley song by the teachers, a speech by Mr. Saeed Naqvi, addressing the current issues faced by teachers and ways that can help to recognize and equip to meet the current situation in high technological innovation of artificial intelligence. The program was followed by a lunch for the teachers.

Students of middle school made cards for teachers on Teacher’s day and composed short poems. They read out views of Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. Some songs and dances were performed on 5th September.

As all of us know that 10th September is “World Suicide Prevention Day” declared by WHO. It was a matter of immense happiness to become a part of this social cause, Education Department of Delhi, as a unique initiative and guidance of Director Education Sh Himanshu Gupta IAS, observed this week as “Jeewan Anmol Hai”.

Also in the zero periods teachers talked about the struggles of life and how we all face the challenges and don’t quit. Teachers also discussed about opening up and talking about our issues/problems with our family, friends and teachers.

With an aim to build self-confidence, develop oratory skills and self-expression Poetry Recitation Day was observed on 23rd August. Students recited poems based on varied topics.

We must never be ashamed of what we are, as no job is less or small. In this world every job has equal importance for the people.

Trilochan Pahi of 6A recited the poem “Be The Best Of Whatever You Are”.

Highlighting the importance of universal brotherhood, Kevalya of class 8 B recited the poem No Men Are Foreign.

A session with Ms Saba Naqvi for class 10 and 11 was held on The Turmoil and Violence in Manipur.

Poetry Recitation

The school held poetry recitation for classes 1 to 12. Students of each class participated, poetry of different genres were recited by them. Voice modulation right pronunciation and rhythm were the key features. The students were confident in recitation of both Hindi and English Poetry.

An assembly was conducted by class 12 B on the topic Environmental Protection. The students read articles sharing information on the need of the hour. Poetry on saving environment was also done by the students.                                                                                 



Classes VI-XII

To remove the monotony of lockdown the students were encouraged to showcase their hidden talents by way of recording their music pieces, paintings, contemporary/classical dances, clay sculptors, photography etc.

The senior students were encouraged to maintain a diary and write about “Life under Lockdown” – thoughts and observations about the lockdown.

Activities for classes VI-IX were organized to celebrate:-

World Health Day (7th April)

World Heritage Day (18th April)

World Creativity and Innovation Day (21st April)

Earth Day (22nd April)

Activities like Music, Yoga, Drawing/Painting, Aerobics etc. have always been an integral part of the learning process. To keep it going also during the Online Teaching-Learning process, students were engaged in related activities.

CBSE class XII results were declared for the session 2019-20. The result was 100%.

Sreeraj Pillai secured 97.75% and topped the Merit list from Humanities stream.

Sejal Behroliya secured 91% and topped the Merit List from Commerce stream.

CBSE class X results were declared for the session 2019-20.

Shivangi Nandini and Riya Mahto secured 94% and topped the Merit List followed by Manya Das securing 93%.

To provide support and also to address mental health concerns and well-being; a two-day session was organized for the students of classes VIII-XII.

This year we ensured that the spirit of freedom and independence lives on, and shifted the Independence Day Celebrations to online platform with events ranging from flag hoisting and cultural performances.

A music wellness program was organized by Furtados School of Music for the students of class X. this special program focused on encompassing elements that brought a refreshing and soothing calmness to their minds.

On Teacher’s Day, Mr. Saeed Naqvi, Chairperson, Managing Committee addressed the faculty. The program started with the reciting of Sanskrit shlokas, reciting of a powerful poem on the topic of secularism. The talk by Mr. Naqvi focused on the importance of engaging learners in the online learning program as this is one of the keys which ensures that they learn effectively and get the most out of what they are doing.


Activities done online – children made bird collage with Newspaper. Earth day activities were done – paper tearing and pasting, Special assembly with tri colour badge craft were conducted on Republic and Independence Days.

Eid, Rakhi and Janmashtmi celebrations held online. Related craft was done.

Teacher's day greeting cards were made. Activities with flash card, treasure hunt activities related to alphabets and numbers, show and tell, rhyme recitation activities.

Community Helpers special assembly was conducted. National flower – lotus activity, activity in English – card making, hand puppets, rainbow drawing, story-telling activities.

Junior School

Class I

Poster making on Freedom’s Day.

Puzzles related to Hindi matras.

Memory games.

Students were asked to learn poems and make video in both English and Hindi.

A special assembly was conducted on Independence Day where students enacted different National Heroes of India and said a few lines on them.

Hindi quiz on Hindi Divas.

Class II

Children planted seeds available to them in their homes.

Children were dressed as unsung heroes of our country for a special assembly. They spoke a few lines about the unsung heroes and their contribution to our freedom struggle.

Class III

Picture composition

Story telling

On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti children were guided to make Gandhiji’s three monkeys with ice cream sticks. An animated video about Gandhiji’s simple living was also shared with children.

A project on Sikkim was organized.

Class IV

Write-ups relating to fundamental duties towards school, safety measures during covid pandemic, healthy and junk food.

Activity related to recycling of waste material (best out of waste)

Class V

Children were encouraged to write slogans relating to our Independence.

Children made Maithali paintings using shapes and sticks.



Harper Collins organized a workshop and visit to Nehru Planetarium for students of classes VI, VII & VIII.

Classes IX-XII went for an educational excursion to Dalhousie and Khajjiar.

Classes VI, VII and VIII watched documentary series on “Our Planet”.


Children made paper bags and decorated them with googly eyes and satin ribbon to encourage the use of paper bags instead of plastic.

 Class I to V

Water conservation activity: Jal Shakti Abhiyaan was explained to children.

 Children penned down slogans on saving trees.

 Children enjoyed their favourite movie ‘The Lion King’ at PVR, Saket.

The Joy of Colours/year end (8th December 2018) Carnival

Exciting games – mouthwatering food & A vibrant cultural programme dwelling on themes affecting everyday lives of people – in which the school has been actively involved.

 Junior School

Classes III, IV and V visited Surajgarh. They experienced village life.

Alekhya Pillai of Class V-B and Kushal Kumar of V-A won the third position in the state level Taekwondo championship. They were awarded a Bronze medal.

Aditi Rastogi of class V-B won the Gold medal in the French Olympiad.

Class III children made a tree with bubble wrap (Best out of waste).


KG Department celebrated Christmas with great enthusiasm. The entire department wore a festive look with bells, stars and other handmade decorations. The spirit of giving and sharing was inculcated amongst the children.

The children also visited the Rail museum on the 21st of December.

An interactive session was organized on the “Electoral Mandate” i.e. the Assembly polls conducted in 5 states – Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telengana, Mizoram and Chhatisgarh for the students of Classes IX and XI.

The session was conducted by Ms. Saba Naqvi.

Senior art students visited an exhibition, “The Tribal Art of Gonds” organized by India International Centre.

 Class V A and B

Diwali Activity: Children made posters on – No Crackers, Pollution free Diwali.

Children made flowers with tissue paper.

Card making: Children made cards with different shapes of leaves.

A workshop was organized by Scholastic on “Journey of a Book” for classes VI, VII & VIII. The workshop was to encourage our budding writers. It focused on how to draft a book, and how publishing is done.