Event & Activity

Events & activities

Extracurricular activities provide a channel for reinforcing the lessons learned in the classroom, offering students the opportunity to apply academic skills in a real-world context and are thus considered part of a well-rounded education. Activities like Special Class assemblies, Technolympic, IMAGE, MUN, SPIC MACAY, Edufair, Inter school debate programmes offer opportunities for students to learn the values of teamwork, individual and group responsibility, physical strength and endurance, competition, diversity, and a sense of culture and community.

Events & activities

Extracurricular activities provide a channel for reinforcing the lessons learned in the classroom, offering students the opportunity to apply academic skills in a real-world context and are thus considered part of a well-rounded education. Activities like Special Class assemblies, Technolympic, IMAGE, MUN, SPIC MACAY, Edufair, Inter school debate programmes offer opportunities for students to learn the values of teamwork, individual and group responsibility, physical strength and endurance, competition, diversity, and a sense of culture and community.

FAREWELL OF Ms. KAKOLEE SENGUPTA

On May 31, 2024, the farewell programme for Ms. Kakolee Sengupta took place at the Roma Deb Auditorium. The event was a tribute to her years of dedication and service, with a warm welcome from all attendees. The Officiating Principal, Ms.Preeti Sirohi, delivered a speech honoring Ms. Kakolee’s contributions and legacy, emphasizing her unwavering commitment to education. Mr. Gunjan performed a touching song dedicated to Ms. Kakolee, while a short movie showcasing her memorable moments and achievements was screened. Ms. Roomki shared her thoughts and experiences with Ms. Kakolee, highlighting their personal and professional bond. A group of colleagues performed a medley of songs, adding to the emotional atmosphere. Ms. Deepa delivered a heartfelt speech about Ms. Kakolee’s impact and friendship, reflecting the deep connections she had formed with her colleagues. Ms. Kakolee shared her memories, emphasizing the camaraderie and mutual respect she shared in her career.

Ms. Kiran Sibal provided a closing summary, expressing gratitude and best wishes to Ms. Kakolee. The Officiating Principal, Ms.Preeti Sirohi ,gave a token of appreciation to Ms.Kakolee for her long association with the Cambridge family. The farewell programme was a memorable event filled with emotional tributes, heartfelt speeches, and cherished memories, showcasing the collective sentiment of appreciation and goodwill towards Ms. Kakolee.

MULTI SPORTS SUMMER CAMP

The Sports Department of Cambridge School, Noida, organized a multi-sport summer camp from May 22 to May 31, 2024, offering Basketball, Football-Futsal, Cricket, and Ultimate Frisbee. The camp welcomed 130 students from classes VI to XII. Many of them participated in multiple sports. To accommodate weather conditions, the camp ran from 7:30 am to 9:00 am. In addition to skill development, students learned strategies to stay healthy in the heat and the importance of a nutritious diet for growth and development.

Dividing the days for each sport facilitated efficient organization and execution of drills, minimizing wait times and maximizing play opportunities. The camp proved to be an enjoyable and rewarding experience for both students and coaches, contributing significantly to its success.

CELEBRATING WORLD DANCE DAY

Cambridge School, New Friends Colony, celebrated World Dance Day on May 4, 2024. The event was a vibrant showcase of various dance forms, including Mylapore, Jazz, Folk, African styles, and a fusion of Carnatic music and Odissi. Attendees were treated to a presentation on the history of World Dance Day, followed by an engaging quiz on global dance forms. Among the participants were Ms. Drishti and Mr. Sahil from Cambridge School Noida.

INTERNATIONAL DANCE DAY

‚ÄúLet us read and let us dance – two amusements that will never do any harm to the world.‚ÄĚ- Voltaire¬†

Cambridge School, Noida celebrated International Dance Day on May 1, 2024 in the Roma Deb Auditorium. To mark and celebrate this day, our young dancers showcased their incandescent talent .The celebration began with a Tambourine dance, which originated from the Middle East. It was followed by Ballroom dance, Sri Lankan dance, Russian Folk dance, Flamenco dance, and Garba. The vibrant and energetic performance by the students of Classes VI-IX was a blend of colour, coordination and style. It was indeed a visual treat for the audience to watch our graceful dancers showcasing the different dance forms. The Officiating Principal, Ms. Preeti Sirohi and the Headmistress, Ms. Richa Badola encouraged the performers with their presence. The program culminated with a message, that dance is the expression of our mind, heart and soul and can be celebrated every day.

RABINDRANATH TAGORE’S 163rd BIRTH ANNIVERSARY

On May 9, 2024, Cambridge School, Noida celebrated Rabindra Jayanti to commemorate the 163rd birth anniversary of Kabiguru, Rabindranath Tagore. The program commenced with the auspicious lighting of the lamp by the Officiating Principal, Ms. Preeti Sirohi, and the¬†teachers. This was followed by a brief insight into the life of Tagore as a poet, musician, philosopher and social reformer through a PowerPoint presentation. The audience was treated to a soulful and enchanting dance performance to the popular song ‚ÄúDhonilo re,‚ÄĚ ¬†followed by a plethora of dances depicting the different seasons, recitations, from the¬† Gitanjali, as well as melodious renditions of Tagore‚Äôs song, ‚ÄėAami Chini Go Chini Tomar Re‚Äô by the choir group. The event was thus dedicated to the remembrance of our very own ‚ÄėRabi ¬†Thakur‚Äô through the language of Poetry and Music.

ORIENTATION PROGRAMME-CLASS IX

An orientation program was organized on April 6, 2024. The informative session began with a warm welcome note for parents. Around 114 parents along with their wards attended the session and were familiarised by the vision, culture and curriculum that is followed in the school through an interactive video. The Officiating Principal, Ms Preeti Sirohi urged parents to persuade their child to adhere to the school’s code of conduct. She  highlighted the importance of having strong and regular communication between parents and teachers to ensure the progress of the child. The School Counsellors highlighted the special needs of children during the teenage period and also assured the parents of complete support from the school as the school firmly believes that good mental health is fundamental to the well-being of the students. The Academic Coordinator, Ms. Jyoti Joshi  outlined the school policies and addressed all the queries posed by the parents. The goal of the Orientation Programme was to ensure that the parents are at ease about the transition of the students from the junior school to the senior school.

ORIENTATION PROGRAMME-CLASS VI

An orientation program was organized on April 6, 2024. The informative session began with a warm welcome note for parents. Around 114 parents along with their wards attended the session and were familiarised by the vision, culture and curriculum that is followed in the school through an interactive video. The Officiating Principal, Ms Preeti Sirohi urged parents to persuade their child to adhere to the school’s code of conduct. She  highlighted the importance of having strong and regular communication between parents and teachers to ensure the progress of the child. The School Counsellors highlighted the special needs of children during the teenage period and also assured the parents of complete support from the school as the school firmly believes that good mental health is fundamental to the well-being of the students. The Academic Coordinator, Ms. Jyoti Joshi  outlined the school policies and addressed all the queries posed by the parents. The goal of the Orientation Programme was to ensure that the parents are at ease about the transition of the students from the junior school to the senior school.

CELEBRATING FOUNDER’S DAY

On April 5, 2024, the Cambridge Schools celebrated Founder’s Day, marking the 93-year anniversary of their establishment. The school was founded in 1931 by Mr. Alok Chandra Deb, an educationist with a vision to nurture Indian children into good citizens, instilling values of service and independence. Former Headmistress Ms. Shuba Gupta, close relative and political journalist Ms. Smita Gupta, and President SAE Mr. Vikram Roy attended the event. Students performed dance and music, and Ms. Vimal Tyagi presented a self-composed poem. Ms. Smita Gupta addressed the gathering, while Mr. Vikram Roy shared anecdotes from his time with Mr. A.C. Deb, discussing the vision and curriculum. The officiating Principal, Ms. Preeti Sirohi, congratulated everyone on the occasion and discussed carrying the vision forward. Guests, teachers, and students paid floral tributes to the founder, marking a day to remember the visionary and cherish the journey of the Cambridge Group of Schools.

European Union Goes to School

February 7, 2024: The delegation of the European Union to India visited Cambridge School, Noida to recognize and appreciate the art installation prepared by students to celebrate sustainability and commitment towards a cleaner future. Cambridge School Noida is one of the seven schools chosen across Delhi NCR for the project ‚ÄėEU goes to School‚Äô in collaboration with European Union and supported by Delhi Street Art.

The project is an artistic representation of a whale that has ingested microplastics from the polluted ocean and as a result, has been washed ashore. This installation, made by students, is crafted with eco-bricks*, scrap metal, wood, and cloth.

* Ecobricks are plastic drinking bottles packed with non-biodegradable waste to make a reusable building block.

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