Trip To Amritsar – October, 2023
Class IV and V students embarked on an educational trip to Amritsar, offering them a blend of history, culture, and entertainment. The visit began with the Wagah Border ceremony, a striking display of patriotism as both Indian and Pakistani flags were lowered together, leaving a lasting impression. A visit to Sada Pind allowed the students to immerse themselves in Punjabi traditions and enjoy local cuisine.
The trip continued with a visit to Pushpa Gujral Science City in Jalandhar, where the students were treated to engaging 3D and 7D shows. A stop at Govindgarh Fort featured lively Bhangra performances and a captivating Light and Sound Show, providing insights into Amritsar’s history. The educational journey also included visits to the Golden Temple and Jallianwala Bagh, enhancing the students’ understanding of historical events. Overall, the trip provided students with a rich blend of historical insights, cultural experiences, and opportunities to develop essential life skills in an engaging and enjoyable manner.
Trip to Jaipur – October, 2023
An educational trip to Jaipur was organized for Class III and IV students. Jaipur, known as the Pink City, offered an enriching experience with its rich history and cultural heritage. The students visited the magnificent Amber Fort, where they learned about the fort’s history and marveled at its intricate architecture. They also explored the Sanganer Handmade Paper Factory, receiving beautifully crafted paper bags as souvenirs.
A visit to Chokhi Dhani provided an immersion into Rajasthani culture, featuring traditional food, dance performances, and shopping for handicrafts. The students also explored the royal City Palace, gaining insights into the opulence of the past. This educational journey allowed them to explore historical sites and experience the vibrant culture of Rajasthan, leaving them enriched with newfound knowledge and memories.
Visit to the National Philatelic Museum- Class V – October, 2023
On October 19th and 20th October, as a part of their educational trip, students of class 5 visited the National Philatelic Museum, New Delhi. They were briefed about the museum and the vast stamps collection that’s displayed there. Students were told that the Museum was inaugurated in 2011 to promote interest in philately and also to provide a common platform for philately enthusiasts from India to interact with each other. The collection of stamps includes the first postage stamp that was used in the year 1854. The museum showcases an extensive collection of stamps, tracing back from the first stamp issued in India which is one of the rarest stamps (issued by the Sindh Dak in 1854). They also saw some other very rare stamps issued before the Independence of India by the Princely States of India . The museum has on display various thematic stamps such as wildlife, flora, important public figures, science and technology, transportation and armed forces.
Students enjoyed sitting in the amphitheatre and writing messages to their friends and family members on postcards . Later they posted them in the post box in the museum itself . They also drew stamps sitting in the artist’s corner which displays the process and know-how of designing stamps. The best three drawings were given prizes. It was an enjoyable and enriching experience for the students.
Visit to National Gallery of Modern Art – October, 2023
Students from Class 1 to 5 had an exciting visit to the National Gallery of Modern Art. This special place showcases incredible Indian arts from the last 150 years. They explored famous artists like Rabindranath Tagore and Amrita Sher-Gil, learned about Tanjore and Mysore painting traditions, and even saw art commissioned by the British East India Company. The kids also saw presents given to the Prime Minister from people all over the country and the world. They got a peek into the ‘Roots and Routes’ exhibition, discovering India’s rich cultural history. The students had a fantastic time and learned a lot about the fascinating world of Indian art.
Dussehra Celebrations – October, 2023
Cambridge School Noida celebrated Dussehra through special assemblies on October 18th and 20th 2023. On the 18th, 1C organized an assembly that vividly captured the essence of the festival, symbolizing the triumph of good over evil. The atmosphere was festive, with colorful decorations, costumes, and joyful performances. Students presented a captivating skit, enacting various characters from the epic Ramayana, which chronicled the journey and return of Lord Ram, Sita, and Lakshman. The assembly was further enriched by two lively dance performances that left a lasting impression on the audience, filling everyone with delight. On October 20th, the young students of Nursery-A conducted their special assembly, spreading a message of the power of goodness and goodwill in overcoming evil, leading to peace and prosperity. The children skillfully enacted the story of Dussehra and sang a song dedicated to Lord Rama. Their enthusiastic dance performance showcased their talents and added to the vibrant celebration.
Additionally, on the same day, Class 3-D presented their special assembly, bringing cultural diversity to the celebration. Students shared insights into the history and varied traditions of celebrating Dussehra in different states, including Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Mysuru, Delhi, and West Bengal. The assembly was graced with a special Bengali Puja Dance titled “Aay Re Chute Aay Pujor Gondho Eseche,” and a musical play vividly portraying the story of Lord Rama’s exile. These elements combined to enhance the festive atmosphere and deepen the understanding of this significant festival.
Fostering Empathy and Understanding: Nurturing Mental Health Awareness – October, 2023
Cambridge School, Noida Junior Wing, organized an assembly to raise awareness about mental health and dyslexia while fostering empathy and support among students. The aim was to educate students on the significance of mental health and practical ways to assist their peers. A compelling role play by class 5 students depicted the challenges faced by a classmate dealing with academic struggles and bullying, emphasizing the transformative power of peer support. It showcased the positive impact of kindness, understanding, and encouragement, demonstrating that friends can make a profound difference in one’s life. It left the students with a commitment to empathy and generosity towards their peers, emphasizing that mental health challenges are a natural part of life.
PTM Fiesta – October, 2023
On September 14, 2023, an event called the PTM Fiesta was organized with the aim of enhancing the relationship between parents and teachers. This day was designed to provide a wide range of activities that encouraged collaboration between parents, children, and teachers, demonstrating the enjoyable aspects of the learning process.
During the event, children showcased their creativity through various activities like paper crafts, singing, and dancing, which allowed them to express their talents and skills. Simultaneously, parents had the chance to relive their own childhood memories through dance and karaoke sessions, as well as by participating in a friendly football match.
Scholar India Books played a significant role in the event by organizing an engaging book fair, offering a wide variety of books for both parents and children to explore. Additionally, a unique food stall attracted attendees with its nutritious salad featuring millet as a key ingredient. This special culinary offering added a distinctive and healthy touch to the event.
Show and Tell – Nursery – October, 2023
On October 17, 2023, a Show and Tell activity was organized for the nursery class, aimed at improving their speaking skills. The children were instructed to bring their favorite toy to school and share a few words about it. This activity had a dual purpose: it aimed to enhance their coordination between eyes, ears, and mouth while also boosting their confidence and reducing stage fear.
The children were delighted in this experience as they got to showcase their cherished toys, which brought them immense joy throughout the day. It was a fun and enjoyable opportunity for the children to share their toys with their classmates, and they relished every moment of the activity. Overall, the kids thoroughly enjoyed and benefited from this Show and Tell event.
Book Week : A celebration of the written word – October, 2023
“A book can take you on a journey without ever leaving your seat.”
The school’s Book Week was a vibrant celebration, igniting the love for reading and literature among students from Pre-Primary to Class V. Class I introduced a fresh and interactive dimension by organizing a captivating story narration session. Class 2 eagerly engaged in crafting stick puppets using origami sheets and ice cream sticks, adding their personal touch to the celebration.
Class 3 kicked off the week with a Book Cover Making Activity. Students showcased their artistic talents by designing covers for their favorite books. They also enjoyed a screening of the classic film ‘Charlotte’s Web’ and created a captivating story wall. The students even dressed up as their beloved book characters, making the celebration more interactive and visually appealing.
Class 4 brought an extra layer of excitement by organizing a movie show and a visit to the National Gallery of Modern Art. Students had the opportunity to showcase their creativity by designing book jackets for their supplementary reader, ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.’ This activity added another dimension to their love for literature. An engaging character portrayal parade also added to the week’s excitement.
In addition to these activities, students in Class 5 had an enlightening visit to the Philately Museum, where they explored various stamps and learned about postal services. Book Week successfully promoted reading and nurtured a love for books. The school actively observed Drop Everything and Read (DEAR) throughout the week, emphasizing the importance of books in the educational journey. It was an immensely enjoyable week for both students and teachers, fostering a lifelong passion for reading and storytelling.
English Recitation – Prep – October, 2023
An English Recitation event was organised for the class Prep children, where they enthusiastically recited poems on the theme of ‘Animals’ using voice modulation, actions, and props. This activity aimed to nurture and boost the children’s speaking skills and self-confidence. The young participants had a wonderful time displaying their oratory talents and enhancing their public speaking abilities.
Gandhi Jayanti Celebrations – September, 2023
On September 27th, Gandhi Jayanti celebrations were jointly conducted by students from class 4D and Prep H at the school. Class 4F commenced their assembly with the prayer song “Vaishnav Jan to…,” Mahatma Gandhi’s favorite song, and proceeded to share interesting facts about him, including the origin of the term ‘Mahatma,’ insights from his autobiography, the Dandi Salt March, and his principles. A short play depicting the Swadeshi Movement was performed, accompanied by a song and a group dance that captivated the audience. Meanwhile, students from Prep H initiated their assembly with a prayer and Gandhiji’s favorite bhajan, ‘रघुपति राघव राजा राम.’ Their short play emphasized how the current generation sometimes forgets Gandhiji’s contributions, with a central focus on the famous Dandi March, during which Mahatma Gandhi led a peaceful revolt against harsh salt taxes imposed by the British. The children’s enthusiastic participation delighted their parents, who were appreciative of their performance.
Health Week – September, 2023
“Health is the treasure chest that holds the key to a life of adventure. With good health, every day becomes an opportunity for exploration and discovery.”
Health Week was celebrated with great enthusiasm across various classes, starting from Pre-Primary to Class 5, with a focus on promoting the significance of a healthy lifestyle, physical fitness, and nutritious eating habits.
In Pre-Primary, the week began with discussions on the importance of good health, accompanied by a story telling session featuring ‘A Very Hungry Caterpillar’ to highlight the reasons for celebrating Health Week and ways to maintain good health. Engaging activities like Tear and Paste, Clay Modelling, and Aerobics were organized to actively involve the students. A special assembly by Prep G on the “Value of Good Health” featured a skit demonstrating the adverse effects of excessive junk food consumption, followed by a lively dance performance that left parents appreciative and delighted with their children’s enthusiastic participation.
On September 20th, a special assembly organized by class 1B focused on promoting a healthy lifestyle and raising awareness about the detrimental effects of junk food on our bodies. The students were sensitized to the harmful consequences of consuming junk food, including obesity, diabetes, and heart diseases, emphasizing the importance of making nutritious food choices.
Students from classes I- V actively participated in various educational and enjoyable activities during Health Week. These activities encompassed discussions about the significance of a balanced diet and dental hygiene, as well as hands-on experiences like preparing healthy salads and engaging in vegetable printing. The week’s activities were tailored to emphasize the importance of health and wellness. Each day had a distinct theme, from guided meditation and brain gym exercises on “Mindful Monday” to collaborative salad-making on “Tasty Tuesday.” “Wellness Wednesday” brought laughter and creativity with Tom & Jerry, Mr. Bean & Charlie Chaplin videos which the children enjoyed a lot.
On September 25th, Class 4E took the stage to present an assembly focused on promoting a healthy lifestyle. During this assembly, students shared intriguing facts about Health Week, highlighting the significance of physical and mental well-being. The assembly concluded on a vibrant note with an invigorating aerobic dance performance that left everyone feeling energized and inspired.
The Health Week proved beneficial as the students learned the importance of keeping oneself mentally and physically healthy.
Hindi Diwas – September, 2023
Hindi Diwas, celebrated annually on September 14th, marks the adoption of Hindi as India’s official language. This significant decision was taken by the Constituent Assembly of India in 1949. The observance of Hindi Diwas is widespread in schools, colleges, and offices throughout the country, serving as a reminder of the language’s cultural and national importance.
The Junior Wing of Cambridge School Noida celebrated Hindi Diwas through a series of special assemblies conducted by students of 4D, Prep F, and 1A. These assemblies had a diverse range of performances that highlighted the significance of Hindi and India’s cultural heritage. Class 4D presented a skit, Hindi poem recitations, and a group song, while Prep F students showcased India’s linguistic diversity and shared intriguing facts about Hindi. On September 13th, Class 1A also conducted a special assembly celebrating Hindi Diwas, featuring a graceful dance performance and the recitation of the poem “Hindi humari aan hai, Hindi humari shaan hai” to underscore the importance of Hindi as their language. Additionally, they performed a nukkad natak to highlight the significance of maintaining clean surroundings, collectively fostering a sense of pride and unity as they celebrated the spirit of the nation.
Janmashtami Celebrations – September, 2023
On August 27, 2021, the students of Prep E and 2F celebrated Krishna Janmashtami with immense enthusiasm through their special assemblies, seeking the blessings of Lord Krishna. Prep students dressed in traditional Radha and Krishna attire, joyfully decorated colourful matkis. The day was made even more delightful as the teachers prepared and shared delicious halwa with the children. Assembly by 2F featured an enlightening talk on Lord Krishna’s significance, a Hindi Kavita, and a skit portraying his life. Students presented two captivating dance performances, one depicting Gokul and Vrindavan festivities, and the other narrating Lord Krishna’s birth.
Assembly conducted by class 4C on September 4, 2023, also celebrated Janmashtami and International Literacy Day, with students expressing the importance of literacy through poetry and dance. They also staged a play on Krishna’s birth and showcased diverse Indian Janmashtami celebrations. The assembly ended with a spirited dance performance on “Shri Krishna Govind Hare Murari,” emphasizing cultural heritage and values.
Teachers’ Day Celebrations – September, 2023
Teachers’ Day celebration was a memorable one. The day began with a heartfelt prayer to convey respect and gratitude towards the teachers. Students shared the significance of Teachers’ Day and a group of talented girls performed a graceful dance to express their appreciation. A lighthearted saree draping game brought laughter and enjoyment to the celebration, followed by a beautiful song performance by the students. A tongue twister challenge added playfulness to the day, and the highlight was a touching musical drama portraying the special bond between teachers and students. Dumb charades and a surprise dance by the teachers added to the fun. The celebration concluded with a speech by the Headmistress, thanking the teachers for their hard work and dedication.
National Sports Day Celebrations – August, 2023
“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.”- Micheal Jordan
To commemorate the birth anniversary of hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand and to create awareness on the importance of sports, fitness and health, National Sports Day is celebrated across the country on August 29th.
This auspicious day was celebrated at Cambridge School, Noida – Junior wing over two days on August 28th and 29th, 2023. These were the days filled with fervour and excitement, giving an opportunity to all the students to play a variety of sports, along with a special assembly dedicated to this important day, followed by a quiz based on sports.
‘Citius, altius, fortius!’ – Faster, Higher, Stronger… is the sole motive behind any sports event. Be faster than them, higher than them, stronger than them and win. The children understood that sports and fitness in one’s life are invaluable. Playing sports not only inculcates team spirit but develops strategic & analytical thinking, leadership skills, goal setting and risk-taking. A fit and healthy individual leads to an equally healthy society and strong nation.
Various interesting games were organized by the teachers like Space Invaders, Chimti game, Zim Zam, Tick-Tak-Toe, Pick the Marker etc. Children took part in these sports with full vigour as these games are essential for their fitness, health and positive overall development. When children participate in sporting activities, it has a positive impact on their growth. It was a day filled with sportsmanship, enthusiasm and memories to cherish.
1st Inter School Ultimate Frisbee Tournament – August, 2023
On August 28th and 29th, 2023, Cambridge School, Srinivaspuri organized the 1st Inter School Ultimate Frisbee Tournament, with participation from all five sister schools. Ten students from Cambridge School, Noida (Junior Wing), took part in the tournament. Cambridge School Noida emerged as the champions, securing the 1st position and winning the Winner’s trophy.
The Most Valuable Player (MVP) awards were presented to Maria Ansari, Aaradhya Manhas, Nirbhay Adhana, and Nakshit Rawat in their respective categories. The team was selected and coordinated by Mr. Priyanshu Juyal and Mr. Anirban Barua, the Physical Education Teachers.
The 15th AC Deb Memorial Football Tournament 2023 – August, 2023
The 15th AC Deb Memorial Football Tournament was organized by Cambridge School, Noida (Junior Wing) from July 31st to August 4th, 2023. The tournament format included a league cum knockout structure for both boys and girls in grade V and below. Approximately 30 schools from Delhi & NCR participated in the tournament, with 30 teams competing in the boys’ category and 18 teams in the girls’ category. The response was highly positive due to the tournament’s format, which allowed players to participate in two matches a day.
In each match, the best player received the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award. In total, there were 72 matches played across both boys and girls categories. After five days filled with a rollercoaster of emotions, including moments of victory and defeat, Pragyan School, Greater Noida, and Somerville School, Vasundhara Enclave emerged as the champions.
A Fun Day at the Festival of Libraries – August, 2023
A remarkable and educational excursion took place on August 5, 2023, when 75 enthusiastic students from classes 4 and 5 embarked on a visit to the Festivals of Libraries held at Pragati Maidan. This visit was organized to enrich the students’ love for books, literature, and the creative arts. The day was filled with engaging activities and workshops, offering the children a unique opportunity to explore various aspects of literature and art.
They engaged in a wide array of activities, including calligraphy, wall painting, and bookmark making, showcasing their creative talents. However, the true highlights were the workshops on creative writing and magazine making, where the children discovered the joys of storytelling and journalism. Their palpable enthusiasm and eagerness to learn made this excursion an enjoyable and memorable experience that will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on their literary and artistic pursuits.
Assembly 4-B – August, 2023
On August 25 2023 an assembly was conducted, which was based on the theme of National Sports Day, it aimed to honor Major Dhyan Chand, a legendary sports figure. The students presented a captivating skit that depicted a scene from the Berlin Olympics, showcasing the magical skills possessed by Major Dhyan Chand. It was a portrayal of his extraordinary abilities on the field. Additionally, the children recited a poignant Hindi poem that emphasized the profound importance of games in life.
However, the true highlight of the assembly was the remarkable dance performance by our talented students. Their performance not only left the audience spellbound but also ignited a sense of pride and unity as they celebrated the spirit of our nation through their dance.
In conclusion, the assembly successfully paid homage to Major Dhyan Chand, while also highlighting the pivotal role of sports in our lives. It was a memorable event that left a lasting impression on all who attended.
Raksha Bandhan Celebrations – Prep D & II E – August, 2023
Raksha Bandhan, or Rakhi, is an auspicious festival celebrating the unbreakable and special bond between siblings. This year Raksha Bandhanwas celebrated on August29th, 2023 in the school. The students of class Prep D and II E presented vibrant special assemblies on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan reflecting upon the timeless relationship between brothers and sisters. The students of prep D spoke about why and how Raksha Bandhan is celebrated. They sang a song and recited a poem which was followed by Happy Raksha Bandhan song. They performed with a lot of enthusiasm and enjoyed themselves thoroughly.
The highlight of class IIE assembly was a skit that vividly portrayed the story behind the festival. In an environmentally conscious twist, the children also advocated for tree protection and introduced the concept of “Vrikshabandhan” – an innovative way of celebrating Raksha Bandhan by symbolically tying Rakhi to trees, emphasizing the importance of environmental conservation.
On August 29, 2023, a Rakhi Making activity was also conducted for the students of nursery, prep, I and II. The session commenced with a brief explanation of Raksha Bandhan and its cultural significance. The students were introduced to the cherished tradition of sisters tying Rakhis on their brothers’ wrists as a symbol of love and protection.
During the activity, the students were encouraged to unleash their imagination and creativity in designing their Rakhis. They embellished their creations with glitter, sequins, beads, stickers, and various decorative items. This allowed them to express their creativity and personal style while actively participating in the festive spirit of Raksha Bandhan.
Independence Day Celebration – Assemblies by Prep C, IID & 4A – August, 2023
Cambridge School came alive with an electrifying spirit as we celebrated the 77th Independence Day of our beloved nation with unbridled fervor and enthusiasm.
To celebrate this special occasion, special assemblies were presented by classes Prep C, IID and IVA. To pay homage to our freedom fighters, students of class IVA presented their assembly on August 11th,2023.In their assembly the students dressed up as freedom fighters and spoke about the sacrifices made by them. Keeping the patriotic sentiment alive, students also presented a mesmerizing dance performance to a medley of popular patriotic songs. The assembly also had an inspiring skit on ‘Salt Satyagraha,’ enacted enthusiastically by the students. The culmination of this wonderful assembly was a Hindi group song.
Furthermore, class prep C and IID students contributed to the celebrations through their special assemblies on August 14th,2023. The assemblies showed the significance of Independence Day through skits, and dance performances, illuminating the occasion with their talent and spirit. The assemblies aimed to deepen the students’ knowledge and appreciation for the struggles and sacrifices of our freedom fighters, all portrayed with patriotic fervor.
The highlight of the celebration was the Class 4 Patriotic Song Activity, held on August 14th, 2023. This heartwarming display of patriotism saw children from all sections joining hands to sing patriotic songs. The event was meticulously organized, reflecting the students’ profound love for their country through heartfelt performances. The atmosphere reverberated with unity and pride, leaving an indelible mark on both students and teachers. This activity celebrated our nation’s rich heritage and instilled a deep sense of patriotism, making it a memorable experience for all.
Class activities were also conducted including origami, badge making, tricolor fan crafting, and heartfelt letter writing to national heroes, enhancing the celebration with creativity and gratitude
Lastly, for classes Nur-V, the day included kite flying, symbolizing the spirit of freedom soaring high in the sky. The children learned that a kite is a symbol of freedom, just as it freely dances in the boundless sky. The front lawns of the school were filled with laughter and excitement from our young students who enjoyed themselves in the kite flying activity
In conclusion, Independence Day at The Cambridge School was a day well spent and cherished fondly by all. The diverse activities and heartfelt celebrations reaffirmed our commitment to the values of freedom, unity, and patriotism that our nation holds dear.
Theatre Presentation on Freedom Struggle of India – Class V – August, 2023
Students of Class V conducted Social Studies Theatre Presentations from August 7th, 2023 to August 10th, 2023.Over four days, the students of Class V passionately portrayed various facets of India’s independence struggle. They showcased the exploitation by foreign traders and the English East India Company, the courageous acts of rebellion like Mangal Pandey’s defiance, and the visionary work of social reformers such as Raja Rammohan Roy and Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar. The presentations culminated in a powerful representation of India’s hard-fought freedom, paying tribute to heroes like Subhash Chandra Bose.
These immersive Theatre Presentations not only educated the students but also allowed them to step into the shoes of history’s protagonists, deepening their appreciation for the sacrifices made in India’s quest for independence.
Art Competition – Class III – August, 2023
“Independence Day through the eyes of a child.”
“Let us paint a picture of our nation’s history, and let our sculptures capture the spirit of our people. Let our art be a tribute to our Independence Day, and let it remind us the importance of freedom.”
Keeping this in mind on August 11th, 2023, the students of Class III participated in an art competition to celebrate Independence Day. The competition was open to all students, and the theme was “Celebrating Freedom Through Art.”The students were asked to create an original artwork that depicted their love for India. They could use any medium they wanted, and they were encouraged to be creative and expressive. The competition was judged by a panel of art teachers and artists from the community. The judges looked for creativity, originality, and technical skill.
The art competition was a great success. It was a wonderful way for students to express their love for India and to celebrate Independence Day. It also gave students the opportunity to showcase their artistic talent and to learn from others.
Kavita Vachan Activity – Class I – August, 2023
Hindi Group Recitation activity was organised on 18th August to help the students enhance their oral skills and confidence. The students made props or got pictures pasted on placards and recited the poem. It was a learning experience and witnessed very enthusiastic participation from the students.
Character Portrayal Class II – August, 2023
On August 10, 2023, Class 2 students participated enthusiastically in a Character Portrayal Activity to honor and celebrate India’s valiant freedom fighters. This engaging activity allowed students to immerse themselves in the lives of historical figures like Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh, Rani Lakshmi Bai, Subhash Chandra Bose, Sarojini Naidu, and Bal Gangadhar Tilak. Dressed in costumes and armed with props, they passionately shared narratives, anecdotes, and instances from these heroes’ lives. This creative and empathy-driven exercise fostered experiential learning, enabling students to appreciate the challenges and sacrifices faced by the freedom fighters. Through this, students imbibed values of patriotism, respect, and admiration for these remarkable figures, bringing history to life in a meaningful way.
Mini Music Fest 2023 – July, 2023
The Mini Music Fest, hosted by Cambridge School, Noida held on 20th July 2023 was a delightful event, showcasing the talents of young participants. With a total of 120 participants from Cambridge School, Noida, Greater Noida, New Friends Colony and Indirapuram. The event mainly featured Class 2 students who enthusiastically took part in performing both Hindi and English songs. The lively atmosphere and diverse musical performances added charm to the occasion. The highlight of the event was the presence of the esteemed Chief Guest, Ms. Anu Roy, who graced the fest with her presence and motivated the children with her encouraging words. Overall, the event was a resounding success, leaving the participants and audience with fond memories of the musical extravaganza.
Hindi Recitation – Prep – July 25, 2023
On July 25, 2023, a Hindi Recitation activity was organized for the children of class Prep. Children recited Hindi poems in their respective classrooms with good voice modulation, actions and props. The young ones had a great time showcasing their rhetorical skills and developing their public speaking skills. Children thoroughly enjoyed listening to their friends as well.
Origami Activity – Nursery – July 24th, 2023
On July 24th, 2023, an Origami Activity was organized for the kids of nursery to inculcate the fine motor skill of folding a piece of paper into amazing objects.
The object chosen for the activity was a tulip flower. The children enjoyed the activity thoroughly and were filled with enthusiasm and joy while participating in this activity. They repeated the same origami activity and created boats. Such activities make learning enjoyable and keep the children engaged.
ASSEMBLY NURSERY F – JULY, 2023
Nursery F presented its assembly on the topic of the Rainy Season on July 21st, 2023. The assembly began with a prayer followed by an exercise song. The children presented the thought for the day, news, and an amazing fact about the rainbow. Rainy Season was acted out with the use of props, children were shown several items used in the rainy season, like raincoats, umbrellas, gumboots, etc.
ASSEMBLY – VE – JULY, 2023
On 21st July 2023, an assembly was held by VE on the theme of perseverance. The assembly began with a prayer followed by some quotes and news. Children recited a Hindi poem about never giving up. A dance performance and an English skit were also included in the assembly. The assembly concluded with the recitation of an English poem ‘Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost.
World Conservation Day Celebration – Prep B & V F – July, 2023
World Conservation Day, also known as World Nature Conservation Day, is observed on July 28th every year. This day is dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of conserving and protecting the natural environment and its resources. The day was celebrated in the school through special assemblies. The Students of Prep B and V F presented these informative assemblies wherein they discussed and showed different ways to conserve nature. They emphasized on saving natural resources, especially water. Children also presented a mesmerizing dance performance on the song ‘Save the Planet’.
Students of class V-F stressed on the need to join hands and work towards making the Earth, healthy and beautiful. As they rightly said, “When enough people come together, then change will come and we can achieve almost anything. So instead of, looking for hope – let’s start creating it.”
ASSEMBLY NURSERY E – July 7th, 2023
Nursery E had its assembly on July 7th, 2023. The assembly began with a prayer followed by an exercise song. Children shared amazing facts about Horses. Enactment of farm animals was performed and different farm animals such as cows, horses, dogs, sheep, etc., were shown to the children with the help of props. The kids also danced to the song- The Old McDonald Had a Farm.
Puppet Show – Pre-Primary – July, 2023
The students of Pre-Primary were greeted back to school with a puppet show about the Gingerbread Man. They loved seeing the different characters in the story come to life and even got to participate by singing along with the Gingerbread Man. The students had a great time and their laughter and excitement showed how much fun they had.
Van Mahotsav Celebration – Prep A. IIC & VD – July, 2023
Van Mahotsav, an annual festival in India, is celebrated in the first week of July. The festival was started in 1950 to develop people’s awareness about the significance of trees and forests and to protect the environment.
This year, special assemblies were conducted by the children of Prep A, IIC, and VD to commemorate Van Mahotsav. The children of Prep A began their assembly with a prayer, followed by a yoga performance to promote healthy exercise habits. They also presented a play about deforestation and a dance emphasizing the importance of trees and nature. The children of II C also showcased the significance of this festival in their assembly. They portrayed the Chipko movement, which was the work of the renowned environmentalist Sundarlal Bahuguna, through a skit and dance. Additionally, a tree plantation activity was carried out. VD performed a skit that highlighted the importance of trees and discussed various significant tree species. They also recited poems about trees in both English and Hindi. The most captivating part of the assembly was a beautiful dance performance to the song ‘Na Kato Mujhe’. This captivating exhibition of artistry and elegance served as a reminder of the profound influence that trees and nature have on our lives.
Assemblies – Class VC – May, 2023
On May 12, 2023, students of class 5C conducted their special assembly on the theme of- Reading. The assembly started with a prayer followed by Saraswati Vandana. Students shared important news and thought for the day followed by information on types of books- fiction and non-fiction. Several amazing facts about books were shared, based on which a quiz was conducted.
A skit – ‘The Girl Who Hated Books’ was wonderfully performed by the students which included a foot-tapping dance performance too. Two poems on Books- The World of Storybooks [English] and Kitabein [Hindi] were beautifully recited by them.
The Headmistress, Ms Richa Badola appreciated the assembly and encouraged the children to read in order to enhance their knowledge.
Assemblies – Nursery D – May, 2023
On May 12, 2023, Nursery D presented their assembly on the theme “Good Habits”. Assembly began with a prayer followed by an exercise song. In the assembly, teachers emphasized how crucial it is for kids to develop good habits. Dramatizing the story of “The Three Little Kittens” helped kids understand the importance of keeping things where they belong to. The children were further instructed not to jump on the bed using the nursery rhyme “Five Little Monkeys.” Assembly concluded with a dance performance.
Assemblies – Class IIB– May, 2023
“Magic of Books” was the theme of the assembly conducted by class 2B on May 10, 2023. The day began with a prayer, news, and thought for the day. The audience, which included the parents, was appreciative of the performances. The students also presented a skit on the value of reading in everyday life. This was followed by a quiz on some well-known books which engaged the audience in a lively way. The assembly concluded with an energetic dance performance which gained a lot of applause from the audience.
Assemblies – Class VB– May, 2023
On May 9, 2023, students of class 5B conducted their special assembly on Rabindra Jayanti. The assembly began with the lighting of the lamp by the Headmistress to honour and pay tribute to Gurudev Rabindra Nath Tagore. This was then followed by a thought and some important news. The children recited the poem ” Paper Boats” by Rabindranath Tagore. Thereafter, the children beautifully presented a skit on “Kabuliwala “.
The assembly concluded with a wonderful dance performance by the children of class 5B. It was a great opportunity for the children to showcase their talents and learn about the literary works of one of India’s greatest writers. The assembly left a lasting impression on the students, inspiring them to explore more of Tagore’s works.
Assemblies – Nursery C– May, 2023
On May 4, 2023, Nursery C conducted their assembly on the theme “Use of Magic words- Thank You, Please and Sorry “. The assembly began with a prayer followed by an exercise song, news, and some amazing facts about hummingbirds. The use of props helped the children to understand the importance of these magic words in their daily lives. The dance at the end of the assembly added a fun element to the assembly and helped the children to understand the theme better.
Lemonade Making – May, 2023
With the arrival of summer, it becomes crucial to refill and refresh our bodies with some refreshing drinks to defend against the heat. A delightful project called “Lemonade Making” was planned for Nursery and Prep students. Both, the teachers and the children took great pleasure in this wonderful exercise. The process of squeezing the lemon, adding the sugar and black salt, and stirring the concoction with a spoon was enjoyed by our tiny munchkins.
Investiture Ceremony – May 12, 2023
On May 12, 2023, Cambridge School Noida (Junior Wing) held its investiture ceremony for the current academic year. Selection of the school council members to serve as Junior Wing flag bearers was a great moment for the school.
The ceremony began with the lighting of the lamp. Class 4 students recited the English poem “Be the Best of Whatever You Are” and the Hindi poem “Karmveer.”
The newly chosen student council was then introduced. The Head Boy, the Head Girl, the Sports Captain, and the Prefects took an oath before the Headmistress and were conferred with badges and sashes. The Headmistress advised the student council to inculcate the values of punctuality, dedication, determination and discipline as they are the torch bearers of tomorrow.
Visit to Goonj – May 12, 2023
On May 12, 2023, two teachers and about 40 kids from Class 4 paid a visit to Goonj, an NGO in Sarita Vihar, New Delhi. Old, unused items in good condition such as clothes, water bottles, footwear, toys and stationery items (books, pencil boxes), were gathered by the school from the students and donated to the Centre.
Upon their visit, the kids learnt about the value of sharing, which resonates with the motto of our school, “We Learn to Serve”. Indeed, it was a trip to remember and a fantastic learning opportunity!
Inter- School Skating Tournament – May 8, 2023
The Inter-School Skating Tournament was held on May 8, 2023, at Cambridge School, Greater Noida. Falak Rautela from class IB and Arjun Muranjan from class 3B secured the first position and were conferred with gold medals.
Letter to my Supermom Activity – Classes III to V – May 4, 2023
With Mother’s Day round the corner, students from grades 3 to 5 at Cambridge School, Noida, took part in the activity “Letter to my Supermom” on May 4, 2023. The event was organized by J K Paper Ltd, in collaboration with Daakroom, a famous social impact platform.
Students were urged to write a letter to their moms as part of the exercise. They were excited to share their true feelings for their mothers. Photographs and videos of the event were also taken.
The campaign witnessed over 2 lakh students and Cambridge School, Noida (Junior Wing) emerged in the top ten winning schools of India.
Assemblies – Nursery B – Summer Season – April, 2023
On April 28th, 2023 Nursery B presented an assembly on the topic Summer Season. Assembly began with a prayer followed by an exercise song. Teachers spoke about the summer season and also shared some amazing facts with the children. A small enactment with props was done to show different activities that we do during the summer season. The assembly concluded with a dance performance on the ‘Summer Day’ song. The children danced and enjoyed the assembly a lot.
Assemblies – III C – Gratitude – April, 2023
The students of Class III-C conducted the assembly on the topic “Gratitude” on April 28th, 2023. The assembly started with a morning prayer followed by some important news. The assembly was interactive and was enjoyed by all. The audience actively answered the questions and participated in the activity. The class teacher then addressed the students and talked about the importance of gratitude in one’s life and how important it is to spread positivity around.
The assembly concluded with an interactive session which Ms. Richa Badola, the school Headmistress had with the students wherein she talked about the importance of being grateful for everything in our life.
Assemblies – I-B – Spreading Happiness – April, 2023
The students of I B presented an assembly on April 26th, 2023 with gaiety. The program began with the morning prayer followed by the thought for the day, news and some amazing facts. A beautiful poem on happiness was also recited by the students. The students showcased skits on finding happiness in every situation. The students enthusiastically participated and enacted the roles, and a group of students presented a dance on the song “I’m happy when I am Dancing”. The children really enjoyed the assembly.
Assemblies – V A – Earth Day – April, 2023
Class V-A presented an assembly on April 21st, 2023 and the theme of the assembly was Earth Day. Parents of class V-A were invited to the special assembly. The assembly began with a prayer followed by Bhoomi Vandana. The news was then shared by the students followed by the thought for the day. Children also shared some facts about celebrating Earth Day.
Ms Surachita shared useful insight on liquid trees with the audience. Students then recited a short poem on Earth Day which was followed by a Hindi skit on ‘Paryavaran Ka Mahatv’. A song celebrating Earth ‘Phoolo ne Jake’ was sung by the students after which they shared what children can do to protect the environment. The assembly concluded with a beautiful dance performance on the song ‘This is Our World’. A pledge on saving our planet was followed by a vote of thanks which was given by the Headmistress Ms Richa Badola.
Assemblies – Nursery A – Earth Day – April, 2023
A Special assembly was conducted by the teachers of class Nursery, wherein the children were told about the importance of celebrating ‘Earth Day’. The teachers started the assembly with a prayer followed by an exercise song. Teachers then spoke about the importance of Earth Day. A skit was also performed to explain the ways to keep our planet green and beautiful. The assembly concluded with a dance performance on the ‘Earth Day song’.
Assemblies – II-D – Earth Day – April, 2023
Students of class II-D presented their special assembly on theme of Earth Day on April 19th, 2023 under the guidance of their class teacher. The assembly began with a morning prayer, which was followed by the thought for the day and news. It was taken ahead with an enactment in which students showed the ‘Journey of Earth’ from the golden period in the 19th century to gloomy times in the 20th century. The enactment was accompanied by a dance performance by the students on “Na Kato Mujhe”. An action song on “The Earth is My Home” was performed by all the students to urge our young learners to make a promise to save the Earth. The assembly concluded with a pledge taken by the students and teachers to save Earth.
Assemblies – III B – Heroes of the Environment – April, 2023
An assembly was conducted by the students of class III B on April 17th, 2023. The topic of the assembly was ‘Heroes of the Environment’. The assembly began with a prayer followed by some interesting news. The students also spoke about some of the environmentalists who have impacted our lives by protecting our environment. Our school Headmistress, Ms. Richa Badola addressed the students and discussed the importance of keeping the environment clean. The assembly concluded with community singing in which all the children participated enthusiastically.
Assemblies – I A – Teamwork – April, 2023
The students of I A presented an assembly on April 12th, 2023 and the theme of the assembly was the ‘Importance of Teamwork’ in our lives. The assembly began with a morning prayer followed by some exercises, thought for the day, news, and some amazing facts. A story based on teamwork was also narrated for the students to make them understand that teamwork plays an important role in our lives, assembly concluded with community singing which children enjoyed a lot. All the students participated enthusiastically in the assembly.
Assemblies – III A – Founder’s Day – April, 2023
A special assembly on Founder’s Day was conducted by the students of class 3A on April 6th, 2023. The assembly commenced with a prayer invoking the blessings of the Almighty. This was followed by a classical dance presented by the students. The Headmistress Ms. Richa Badola then addressed the children sharing the significance of Founder’s Day, enlightening them about the founder of Cambridge Schools, Mr A C Deb and apprising them about the Cambridge School branches. Following the address, the students shared motivational quotations and thoughts on the ‘Importance of Hard work’. The assembly concluded with community singing in which all the students participated enthusiastically.
Earth Day – Nursery to V – April 21, 2023
Earth Day is an annual event held on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection, it was first held on April 22, 1970. The official theme for Earth Day 2023 was ‘Invest in Our Planet.’
On April 21st, 2023 the students of Cambridge School Noida, Junior Wing celebrated the ‘Earth Day’ in school. Children dressed up in green t-shirts, trousers, track pants, hairbands etc. They were also asked to carry something green in their lunch boxes to celebrate Earth Day. Various activities were conducted to celebrate Earth Day. Children were discouraged to carry plastic boxes, bottles etc.
Pre-primary children celebrated Earth Day with great enthusiasm. They were encouraged to grow more and more trees and keep their surroundings clean. A special assembly was conducted by pre-primary teachers in which they explained about Earth Day. The following things were discussed: saving water, segregation of dry and wet waste, saving electricity and growing plants. The children were engaged in fun–filled activities to understand the importance of protecting our environment. The tiny tots happily did a hand printing activity which made them aware of the colours of our Earth.
Classes I to V celebrated Earth Day through special assemblies presented by Class V A & II D which emphasized on the importance of keeping the environment clean, saving water, planting trees etc. Students recited poems on ‘Our Earth’ , they also performed skits depicting the importance of trees on Earth. Various other activities were held such as – Nature Walks, Poster Making, Storytelling, Book Mark Making, Slogan Writing to name a few. Discussion about segregation of garbage and waste management was also done. The students were shown a few links on the consequences of using plastics and 5R’s – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Refuse and Repurpose. Overall, the students learned about the importance of keeping the environment clean and the ways by which they can protect it.
Eid Celebration – Nursery & Prep – April 21, 2023
On April 21st, 2023 , the festival of Eid was celebrated in the school with the aim of spreading the message of brotherhood and harmony. The teachers discussed how the festival is celebrated and made seviyan which the children enjoyed a lot. They also wished each other Eid Mubarak. It was an enriching learning experience for the little ones.
ORIENTATION PROGRAMME – CLASS III, IV & V – April 15, 2023
On April 15th, 2023, an orientation programme was organised for classes III, IV and V in the Senior Wing Auditorium between 10.30 am to 12.00 pm. The event started with the lighting of the lamp followed by a classical dance performance by the students of Cambridge School Noida, Junior Wing. The parents were briefed about the school motto, vision, mission and the various facilities available in the school.
Ms.Preeti Sirohi, the school’s Officiating Principal addressed the parents and spoke about the importance of holistic development of the students. She stressed upon effective communication between teachers and parents and working as a team. After that Ms. Vishakha and Ms. Hemani had an interactive counselling session with the parents wherein they shared some valuable parenting tips with them. The programme concluded with a vote of thanks by Ms. Richa Badola, the school Headmistress.
Overall, it was an enriching session for the parents. They were well acquainted with all the activities and assessment patterns for the smooth functioning of the session.
ORIENTATION PROGRAMME – CLASS I & II – April 15, 2023
Orientation is an opportunity for the parents and students to get acclimated to the culture of the school – the second home, its rules and expectations and get familiar with the teachers.
On April 15th, 2023, an orientation programme was conducted for the parents of classes I and II between 8.30 am to 10.30 am. The programme commenced with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp. Welcoming the parents to the new academic session, Officiating Principal, Ms. Preeti Sirohi spoke about how to nurture their children by not only focusing on academics but also on learning important skills to succeed in life.
The parents were briefed about the rules and regulations of the school. Teachers gave an overview of the various subjects and the activities which the school conducts. Ms. Vishakha, the special educator of the school and Ms. Hemani, the school counsellor spoke at length about the benefits of effective communication between parents and teachers. Both of them gave insights into positive parenting. They also spoke in detail about different ways of nurturing a child with love and care to build a strong foundation for a glorious future.
A question-answer round was also conducted to clarify any doubts that the parents had. The program concluded with a vote of thanks by the Headmistress Ms. Richa Badola.
Colour Week – Nursery – April 10, 2023 to April 13, 2023
Colour week was observed for the children of Nursery from April 10th,2023 to April 13th,2023 to introduce them to the concept of colours with different ways to enhance their power to recognize the colours. Four primary colours such as red, yellow, blue and green were introduced. The children and the teachers came dressed up colour coordinated according to the given colour theme for the particular day. Each child was also asked to carry one item of the given colour for that day. The tiny tots were full of enthusiasm throughout the week and had great fun learning about different colours.
Founder’s Day Celebrations – April 6, 2023
The School celebrated its Founder’s Day on April 6th, 2023. The Founder’s Day was celebrated through a special assembly by the students of class III A wherein the great work of our founding father Shree A.C. Deb was remembered.
The assembly commenced with a prayer invoking the blessings of the Almighty. This was followed by a classical dance presented by the students. The Headmistress Ms. Richa Badola then addressed the children sharing the significance of the Founder’s Day, enlightening them about the founder of Cambridge Schools, Mr A C Deb and apprising them about Cambridge School branches, the mission, purpose, and ideals upon which Mr Deb laid the foundation of our School.
Assemblies – March, 2023
The festival of Holi was the theme of assemblies presented by Class Nursery G, IF & IIIF. The assemblies began with the prayer followed by the thought for the day, news and amazing facts. Beautiful poems on Holi were presented by the students. Skits conveying the message- not to force people to play Holi, not to hurt animals and to use natural home-made colours for playing Holi were enacted by the students. They also showed various ways to make natural colours at home.
A child also played the keyboard, followed by a dance performance on the song “Rang, abeer, gulaal”
The audience applauded the students for their efforts.
Orientation Programme– Nursery – March, 2023
On 18th March, 2023, an orientation programme was convened for the parents of class Nursery. The programme commenced with a warm welcome to the parents followed by the ceremonial lighting of the lamp.
Parents were acquainted with the vision and philosophy of the school and were given a virtual tour of the world that their little angels would explore in the school, through a power point presentation.
This was followed by an interaction session, wherein the special educator and the Headmistress, Ms Seema Karki answered the queries of the parents.
The Principal addressed the gathering and emphasised on good parenting. She advised the parents to have a two-way communication with their children and spoke in detail about different ways of nurturing a child. Parents were then asked to visit the classrooms to meet the class teachers, where they were briefed about the curriculum, dispersal pattern and teaching methodologies.
Folk Dance and Nukkad Natak – Class V – March, 2023
Students of class V presented Nukkad Natak and Folk Dances of various states of India on their last working day, March 17, 2023.
Class V B, C, D & F presented folk dances and class V A & E presented Nukkad Natak. All the performances were excellent, they performed enthusiastically and enjoyed a lot.
After the performances, the Headmistress spoke to the children and encouraged them to raise the bar for themselves for the next class.
Trip to Yamuna Bio Diversity Park – Class V – March, 2023
Students of all sections of class V went for a trip to Yamuna Bio Diversity Park from 10th to 14th March, 2023. It is located near the Wazirabad village, on the banks of Yamuna River and is one of the best nature reserves in Delhi.
The park is a home to a diversity of forest communities and biologically rich wetland. The park has been successful in reviving erstwhile dying species of native plants. It was truly an enriching experience for students as they gained detailed information on all kinds of restoration projects taken with the goal to conserve nature.
Teacher’s Talk – VD – February, 2023
Teacher’s talk was conducted by Ms Amrita Banerjee on 24.4.23. She spoke about T-20 Women Cricket tournament being held in South Africa.
Students spoke about the semi-final match played between India and Australia on 23.2.23 . Information about WPL (Woman Premier League) and Under 19 -Women World Cup was also shared with the students. Finally a PPT was shown about a few women cricketers like Harmanpreet Kaur, Shafali Verma, Mithali Raj, Jhulan Goswami and Deepti Sharma. A small video capturing the winning moment of the Indian Cricket Team in the Under 19 tournament was also shared with the students. Students actively participated in the discussion and shared their views with everyone.
Teacher’s Talk – VC – February, 2023
Teacher’s talk was conducted by Ms Shubhra Vadera on February 17, 2023 for the students of class V. The topic was Artificial Intelligence. The meaning of intelligence was asked from the children followed by the explanation of how similar intelligence can be created artificially through computers, robots and other devices. They were shown videos based on the latest AI inventions such as Sophie and Mako-robots that can think and function just like human beings.
Children were also told about the advantages and disadvantages of Artificial Intelligence especially for the future generations.
Teacher’s Talk – VA – February, 2023
Teacher’s talk was conducted by Ms Reema Datta on 3rd February, 2023. She spoke about Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav and why it is being celebrated. Children were told stories of our freedom fighters, their sacrifices made for our country and the tortures they had to endure such as kalapani, [cellular jail] in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Our Prime Minister recently named 21 Andaman and Nicobar Islands after 21 Param Vir Chakra awardees. Related videos were shown for the same.
Assembly – II G – February ,2023
Special assembly of class II G was held on 24th February, 2023. The theme of the assembly was Honesty.
Children spoke about honesty and how it helps us in building trust and friendship. They also presented a skit on the story- ‘ The Boy Who Cried Wolf Wolf ‘. This was followed by a dance and group song. All the children participated enthusiastically in the assembly.
Parents were invited for the special assembly and they appreciated the efforts of children and teachers.
Assembly – I E – February ,2023
Students of class IE presented their assembly on National Science Day on 28.2.23.
28th February is celebrated as National Science Day to mark the discovery of the Raman Effect by Indian physicist Sir C. V. Raman on this day in 1928. The assembly started with a prayer followed by news, thought and science facts.
Few students enacted some famous scientists and described the discoveries and inventions made by them. A poem on science was narrated followed by a play on the discovery of gravity by Sir Isaac Newton.
Students performed dances on songs like “Bum, bum bole” and “Socha hai”. They also performed science experiments and a science quiz for the audience.
Students thoroughly enjoyed presenting the assembly.
Assembly – ID – February ,2023
Special assembly was organised by the students of class 1-D on the occasion of Basant Panchami on February1, 2023
Dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, Basant Panchami marks the arrival of the Spring season in India. Children looked vibrant and cheerful as they were dressed in yellow and white clothes, radiating positive energy.
It was delightful to see how children spoke about the significance of knowledge we receive from Goddess Saraswati. ‘Basant’, which literally translates into ‘spring’, was celebrated through a Hindi poem, portraying the captivating beauty of nature during this season. Students presented a skit on “The Importance of Education”. They enthusiastically participated and enacted the roles, recited shloka and presented dance performances. Amazing facts on spring season were also shared, followed by a short quiz segment for the audience.
Parents applauded the students for their efforts.
Assembly – Nursery H – February ,2023
Special assembly of Nursery H was held on February 3, 2023.The assembly began with a prayer which was followed by a beautiful thought, amazing facts and the news.
Children enacted a story about Dilly Duckling who walks around the farmyard and sees many animals that frighten her. She starts imagining things. Mother Duck makes her understand that she needn’t be scared of the animals. But when they see a fox, all of them run away. They also sang the song – Five Little Ducks, with actions.
Children spoke with confidence and enjoyed presenting it. Parents appreciated their performance.
Trip to Okhla Bird Sanctuary – Class III and IV – 8th & 16th February, 2023
Students of class III and IV went to Okhla Bird Sanctuary on 8th & 16th February, 2023 respectively.
Okhla Bird Sanctuary with its variety of bird species and habitat, is a haven for over 300 bird species, especially waterbirds. Students saw the beauty of nature and were made aware of the interdependence of humans and animals. It is important for them to grow up with an understanding of conservation of nature. Students got the opportunity to enhance their knowledge on birds. It was an exhilarating experience for all.
Trip to Amrit Udyan – Class III – 15.2.23
Including educational trips as a part of the curriculum provides students the joy of discovery and opportunity to learn new things through travel. Students of class III visited Amrit Udyan on 15th February, 2023.
Located inside the Rashtrapati Bhawan in the heart of New Delhi, the Amrit Udyan is a burst of vivid blooms. Designed by renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens as early as 1917, it is the pride and soul of the Rashtrapati Bhavan.
While taking a round in the garden, the teachers guided the students with interesting facts about the place and the variety of flowers, herbs, medicinal plants etc. They also informed them how it has been inspired by the Mughal gardens of Jammu & Kashmir and the picturesque flower beds surrounding the Taj Mahal in Agra.
The enthusiasm and fervour amongst the students could be witnessed throughout the trip as they got an opportunity to enhance their knowledge about history, nature and their culture.
Trip to Rail Museum – Nursery and Prep – 8.2.23 and 9.2.23
A fun trip to National Rail Museum was organised for the pre-primary children on 8.2.23[Nursery] & 9.2.23 [Prep]. They saw different types of trains (old models and new versions) and also took a fun ride on the toy train . They were very excited and happy during the ride. Teachers also showed them real train tracks where engines and bogies were stationed. They had a small picnic lunch where they all sat together and had their favourite food. It was a wonderful trip indeed.
Assembly – Class III E – January, 2023
Class III-E presented a special assembly on Basant Panchami & Martyrs’ Day. A short play – Rescue the Spring Fairy was presented. Children talked about Basant Panchami and how it is celebrated in different states of India and also in countries like Indonesia and Nepal. Children recited a Hindi poem – Aaya Basant Aaya Basant followed by a group dance on Saraswati Vandana.
Children talked about Martyrs’ Day, observed on 30th of January every year. This day is observed to commemorate the death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. On this day every Indian pays tribute to all those freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for the nation. A small enactment was presented by the students remembering the martyrs of the nation. A few students dressed as Mahatma Gandhi, Mangal Pandey, Rani Jhansi, S C Bose, Chandra Shekhar Azad & Bhagat Singh enacted the martyrs of the country. A poem dedicated to Gandhiji was also recited by the children“ Oh Father of the Nation ,We Owe You Salutation”. The assembly ended with a group dance Teri Mitti. All the students got the chance to participate.
Assembly – Prep D – January, 2023
The assembly of Prep D was based on the story – The Ant and the Pigeon. It began with the welcome song followed by a prayer and some exercises. The story- The Ant and the Pigeon was enacted beautifully by the students, the entire story was narrated with the help of props. After the story, children presented a dance and the assembly got over with the Goodbye Song.
Special Assembly on Republic Day – Class III B – January, 2023
Students of class III B also presented their special assembly on “Republic Day” on Tuesday, 24th January, 2023.
The assembly began with a morning prayer, followed by thought for the day and news. The school choir sang the Sadbhavna Song”. Girls of classes 3, 4 and 5 performed a traditional dance on the song, “Voh Bharat Desh Hai Mera”. Students presented a skit on emerging and transforming India. They exhibited a self- reliant and digital India, where the technology has improved infrastructure, online transactions and better internet connectivity, making our country digitally empowered. Students also presented a beautiful dance on “Mera desh badal raha hai, aage badh raha hai”. A poem on “Main Naye Bharat Ka Chehra hun” was recited. Further, they told about the children getting ‘Bravery Awards’ on 26th January, 2023. The helpline number –1098 started by the government for the protection of children in the times of emergency was shared. The assembly was appreciated by the parents and the Headmistress, Ms. Seema Karki.
Special Assembly on Republic Day – Class IC – January, 2023
Class IC also presented the special assembly on Republic Day on January, 25, 2023. Students shared facts on Republic Day. They explained why we celebrate Republic Day every year. They also discussed about the Constitution of India and about the Father of Indian Constitution, Dr. B.R Ambedkar. They presented a skit to show our fundamental rights and duties as citizens of India . Students also recited poems based on Republic Day Celebration and on our National Flag- Tiranga. Few students role played the famous leaders of freedom struggle like Mangal Pandey, Bhagat Singh, Rani Laxmi Bai, Balgangadhar Tilak and Shubhash Chandra Bose. The assembly ended with a dance performance on the song “Bharat Humko Jaan se Pyara Hai” The audience applauded the students for their efforts.
Special Assembly on Republic Day – Nursery E – January, 2023
Nursery E presented a special assembly on 25.01.23. The theme of the assembly was Republic Day.It began with the children singing the beautiful prayer ‘Swayam Vidhata’. It was followed by a conversation among students to understand the meaning and importance of ‘Republic day’ and ‘Constitution of India’. Students also recited the rhyme – ‘Nanha Munna Rahi hu’ with actions and voice modulation. Students spoke about the National Symbols such as the national bird, the national animal and the national flower of our country and showed them through the props.
Assembly – Nursery C – December, 2022
Students of Nursery C conducted the assembly on the Story – Are you, my mother? on 16.12.22.
The assembly began with the prayer ‘Swayam Vidhata’. Students recited the poem “Once I saw a Little Bird” which was followed by the story enactment “Are you, my mother?” All the students of the class acted as different farm animals. It was a delight to see their acting skills and dialogue delivery. The choir sang the Old Macdonald song. In the end, the students danced on the song ‘Shake them’.
Science is Fun – Class III – December, 2022
Class III enjoyed learning the topic – Food. Children had brought different food items and they learned to categorize the food items in energy giving, bodybuilding and immunity building food by making informative display cards. This way they learned to compare the different groups of food items.
They also did an experiment on fat by testing many food items mostly their snacks like potato chips, biscuits, peanuts, cashew and puffed rice to check whether it has fat or not. They pressed the food in a folded paper to check if it releases oil. Through this activity, children learnt about good and bad fats for the body.
Children of class III also enjoyed the magic of science in the Science Exhibition held on December 23, 2022 as a part of Activity Week. They conducted various experiments and explained the phenomena behind them. Some of them being: rising water experiment, repelling glitter with dish soap, the magic of capillary action, how sugary drinks affect teeth, how objects float in different mixtures, balloon and comb experiment to show static electricity, retrieving a coin without getting hands wet, lava lamp, magic writing, changing the direction of an arrow in water, starch test and finding out carbohydrates- to name a few. It was a delightful learning experience for them.
Trip to Red Fort– 27th December, 2022
An education trip to the Red Fort was organised for classes II and III on 27.12.22.
Children learnt about the Red Fort, located in the heart of Delhi which was the main home of the emperors of the Mughal dynasty for around 200 years until the 1857 mutiny. It was Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan who got it constructed in 1639. They saw Dewaan- e- aam, Deewan- e- khas & Meena Bazar during the visit. They learnt about the history of Mughals and the history of Red Ford. It was a great learning experience for children.
Christmas Celebration – 23rd December 2022
Christmas was celebrated by the children of Nursery and Prep on 23rd December 2022.
Tiny tots of Nursery made no- bake chocolate balls using Marie biscuits, milkmaid and desiccated coconut and decorated it with gems.
Children of Prep decorated a muffin. They flattened it with jam and stuck gems to make eyes and little heart biscuits to make ears. They also made a beautiful Santa Pen Stand using white and beige paper. They made a cap for the pen stand and stuck cotton for Santa’s beard and moustache. They thoroughly enjoyed the activity.
Special assemblies were also conducted by the students of Nursery F & Class III A to celebrate Christmas. Nursery children came dressed in red and white with a Christmas cap on their head. Children spoke about why and how Christmas is celebrated. An enactment on the birth of Jesus was done. They sang ‘Jingle Bells’ and danced on ‘Jesus is Born’ song.
Children performed with a lot of enthusiasm and enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Parents were really appreciative of their performance.
MATHS BUZZ – Class IV – 23rd December, 2022
A Maths Quiz was conducted for the students of Class IV on Friday, 23.12.22. The participants were selected on the basis of a preliminary round covering all the topics covered in class along with a few logical reasoning questions.
Each team comprised 4 participants per section and were named Fractions, Symmetry, Perimeter, Decimals, Geometry and Patterns. It had 9 rounds in all, including the topics- Place Value, Four operations, Factors & Multiples, Recognizing Mathematicians (Indian & Foreign), Divisibility, Logical Reasoning, Tangrams & Shopping (making bills & calculating the change).
The questions were flashed on the screen through the projector so that all the children could view it and also participate actively. The quiz concluded with a few questions for the audience as well. All the children enjoyed the quiz and cheered their friends.
Educational Trip – Class II – 23rd December, 2022
Students of class II went to the Indian Air Force Museum, New Delhi on 23.12.22. The museum has an indoor display gallery that contains historic photographs, memorabilia, personal weapons of the Air Force from its inception in 1932.
The children got the opportunity to see the vintage aircraft, small and large aircrafts, radar equipment, anti-aircraft guns, vehicles and ordnance. They were excited to learn about the history of Indian Air Force through the vast collection of aircrafts and armory display.
Trip to Humayun’s Tomb – Class III – 18th December, 2022
Students of class III visited the Humayun’s tomb and Sunder Nursery on 18th December, 2022. They learnt about the 16th-century tomb of the Mughal emperor, Humayun as being the first of the great masterpieces of Mughal architecture. Built entirely of red sandstone and marble, the tomb shows considerable Persian influence. They liked the large gardens, laid out in a manner based on the description of an Islamic char bagh (paradise garden). They were told that within the premises are baradari (pillared pavilion) and a hammam (bath chamber).
Chaau Dance Performance – 13th December, 2022
Class V students watched Chaau dance performance in the Senior Wing auditorium on 13.12.22.
The programme was graced by Dr Kalyani Roy ma’am.
The troop was headed by Mr Shambhunath Karmakar from Purulia. They showed a small video related to how the particular dance form is practised and learnt.
The dance depicted the story of how goddess Durga killed the demon Mahishasur- Mahishasur Mardini
Children liked the spectacular dance and it was a great learning experience for them.
Visit to Science Centre and Crafts Museum – Class IV – Nov 29, Dec 1 and Dec 2, 2022
Class IV visited the Science Centre and Crafts Museum, Pragati Maidan along with their teachers on Nov 29, Dec 1 and Dec 2, 2022 (2 sections per day). They were taken around the Science Centre to the different sections such as Heritage & Dinosaur gallery, Human Biology gallery, Fun Science Library etc. There are also a number of hands-on displays explaining the laws of physics. Children thoroughly enjoyed trying out hands on activities in this section.
After that they visited the Crafts Museum where they saw a documentary on making of wooden toys & fabric designs of different states of India. They saw different types of huts belonging to different states and a few artists doing -on the spot painting. There were various stalls showcasing the handicrafts such as papier mache, decorative items of Kashmir, clay and wooden toys, Kullu shawls and caps, etc. They also watched a musical programme by the artists of Orissa and danced along with them.
The trip to both the places was very informative and enjoyable.
Visit to Post Office and Fire Station – Class I- December, 2022
Students of Class 1 visited the Post office in sector 19, Noida and Fire station, in sector 2.
They were explained that a post office is a place where we post and receive letters and parcels. They were also informed that the first Indian post office was built in Kolkata. They posted handwritten post cards in the letter box and were also shown stamps of various currencies.
The same day they visited the Fire Station where they learnt that it is a building where fire engines are parked and where firefighters wait until they are called to put out a fire. They saw the demonstration of how a fire engine works and also learnt about various safety measures to be taken at home.
Activity Week – Nursery to Class V – December, 2022
Activity Week was observed from 12th to 16th December for Nursery and Prep and 19th December to 23rd December 2022 for classes I to V. It was a bagless fun-filled week full of trips, sports, adventure camp, interactive discussions, competitions and other activities. Apart from the Adventure Camp that was organized for all classes -Nursery to V, various other activities were held for different classes:
Nursery- Trip to Nandan Kanan Park, poem recitation activity, show and tell activity
and the most spectacular Football Match of the tiny tots which was a real delight to watch.
Prep– Trip to Kanan Nandan Park, storytelling activity, show and tell, football match
Class I– Visit to National Rail Museum and Lodhi Garden, English story telling activity, magic show, spell bee and movie show – Ratatouille
Class II- Pottery- making small pots and diyas, Hindi story narration with puppets, English recitation activity, magic show, visit to Air Force Museum, Delhi and movie show –Jumbo
Class III– Enactment of favourite story character, potter’s wheel, visit to Nehru Planetarium and Teen Murti Bhawan, fun with experiments & movie show -A Boy Named Christmas
Class IV– Trip to Gandhi Smriti, interclass cricket match, folk dance activity, pottery, Maths Buzz
Class V– Visit to Mehrauli Archaeological Park, potter’s wheel, Social Studies Quiz – Around the World, magic show & movie show – Ratatouille
Shri A.C. Deb Inter School Football Tournament – 5th to 9th December 2022
The 14th A.C. Deb Inter School Football Tournament, was held from 5th to 9th December 2022. The tournament was jointly inaugurated by Mr. Sanjay Singh, Sports Manager, SAE and Ms. Seema Karki, [Headmistress]. The chief guest for the event was Mr. Khurram Raza, former Vice President of DSA.
Fourteen schools participated in the tournament, some of which were – Step by Step School, Noida, Sommerville School, Noida and the host school Cambridge School Noida. Mr. Mutayyyab Ansari, Mr. Mohd. Asim, Mr. Fazal and Mr. Abdullah officiated the tournament.
The tournament was conducted in the true spirit of sportsmanship and all the schools participated enthusiastically. Sommerville School, Noida (boys) and Cambridge School, Noida (girls) were the champion teams.
Class II B Teacher’s Assembly – November, 2022
An assembly on the Importance of Education & 7 Wonders of the World was conducted on November 9, 2022. The assembly started with some breathing exercises followed by a discussion on the importance of education and how every goal can be achieved with hard work, perseverance and patience. A story was also narrated on never giving up, to motivate the children further. The assembly continued with a discussion on the Seven Wonders of the world wherein students were apprised of the facts related to each wonder. The assembly ended with motivational songs.
Nursery F Teachers’ Assembly – November, 2022
Pre-primary teachers conducted an assembly on December 2, 2022. They enacted the story of Pinocchio. The aim of the assembly was to educate the students on the importance of being honest and respecting their elders.
Teachers’ Assembly – November, 2022
Teacher’s assembly was conducted on Good habits. Apart from news, thought and facts, teachers sang the songs – ‘If you are happy and you know it, clap your hands’ , Exercise Song- ‘Shake one leg to the left, move with me’ and
Vegetable Song- ‘Let’s chop some carrots’.
Through the dramatization of the story ‘The Three Little Kittens’ they were explained the importance of keeping their things in their proper place.
Assembly – Class IV F – November, 2022
The children of class 4 F presented the assembly on the ‘Importance of Time’ on November 4, 2022 which was attended by the Headmistress and the parents.
The assembly began with the Thought for the Day & Ganesh Vandana dance. A few children spoke on idioms on time. Ways of time management were discussed in detail like – setting proper goals, prioritizing tasks & removing non-essential tasks etc. A play on the proper utilization of time was enacted by them & children recited the poem- Importance of Time by Abhinav Khera.
A few students sang the songs – ‘What a Wonderful World’ and ‘We are the World’
There was 100% participation of all the children. Parents were very happy to see their children perform on stage, speaking confidently. They applauded their performance.
Assembly – Nursery B – November, 2022
Nursery B presented the assembly for the parents on 18.11.22 on the story ‘Atilla’
The assembly started with a prayer which was followed by Thought for the Day, Amazing Facts and National News.
Children confidently enacted the story of a cow named Gatila who was sad because she did not like her black colour. They also danced on the tunes of the “Action Song” by Singing Walrus.
The assembly was appreciated by the parents who were proud to see their children perform so well
Assembly – Class IB – November, 2022
Students of class 1B also presented their assembly on Guru Nanak Jayanti.
Mool mantra and shabad were sung by children. Students also recited a poem based on Guru Nanak Dev. A group of students spoke about the life of the great guru and shared the five important teachings given by him. A skit was also performed which highlighted the idea of respecting everyone’s uniqueness. The assembly ended with a procession carried out by students to show festivities related to Guru Nanak Jayanti. The audience applauded the students for their efforts.
Assembly – Nursery A – November, 2022
To observe the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, students of Nursery A presented a special assembly on 4th November, 2022. The assembly began with Prabhat Pheri. Children discussed the importance of Guru Nanak Jayanti and chanted the mool mantra “Ek Onkar”. Thereafter, they explained the main teachings given by him and recited a rhyme emphasizing ten gurus of sikhs. The assembly concluded with a dance performance on “Aavi Baba Nanka”.
IMAGE 2022 – November 24 and 25, 2022
IMAGE, a festival of interschool competitions based on art, literary & cultural activities was held in our school [Senior Wing] on November 24 and 25, 2022.
The theme for the 33rd edition of IMAGE this year was- abhivyakti. Children from around 29 schools competed in 14 competitions which were held at various venues during this festival.
On Day 1, Mr. Rahul Ram, the bassist, guitarist, and music composer from the musical band Indian Ocean was the Chief Guest.
Ms. Joyshree Arora, the popular film and TV actress was the Chief Guest on Day 2.
Competitions at the junior level (classes 3,4 & 5) included Hindi Folk Song, Art- Madhubani & Warli art, Western Solo Singing, and Western Group Dance. All the competitions were judged by an eminent panel of judges.
Our children got the First position in the Western dance competition, however, as we were the host school, we did not compete for the trophy or for individual prizes.
Somerville School, Noida won the A.C. Deb Memorial Rolling Trophy.
Visit to Parle Factory – Class II – 22nd & 23rd November, 2022
Educational trips provide opportunities for experiential learning to the students. Students of class II visited Parle -G factory in Sector 63, Noida on 22nd & 23rd November, 2022. Students were shown a documentary film related to waste management which was followed by an animated documentary which demonstrated the entire process of making biscuits- right from assembling all the ingredients till the final packaging of the finished product. A short video about the growth of the Parle Company from 1929 till today was also shown. They were then taken inside the factory to see the various stages of production of candies and toffees such as mixing, moulding and packaging the final product. Students were delighted to see how candies, toffees and their favourite biscuits are made. It was an informative, enjoyable and a great learning experience for the students.
Connecting with Nature – November, 2022
The connection of students with nature has weakened over time as the place where they grow up is far away from the farms where vegetables and fruits grow. With a view to establishing the bond between children and nature, Sow Good classes are being conducted regularly. Children grew their own vegetables and enjoyed the fresh organic salad.
Trip to India Gate – Nursery and Prep – November 15, 2022
A trip to India Gate was organised for the students of Nursery and Prep on
November 15, 2022. Before leaving the school, students were given information about the monument. At the memorial, the students were shown the Amar Jawan Jyoti. They were filled with a sense of pride to see the names of brave Indian soldiers inscribed on the walls of India Gate. They were also shown the three flags, each signifying the three-armed forces of India.
They were also taken to the Children’s Park. They enjoyed playing on swings and were thrilled to be out with their friends. It was a good learning experience and a memorable day for everyone.
Children’s Day Celebration – November 14, 2022
Children’s Day was celebrated on November 14, 2022 with great enthusiasm and lots of fun filled activities. The day started with Special Morning Assembly presented by teachers. The assembly included amazing facts on Children’s Day, songs, parody, clown dance, puppet show, skit and other dance performances. There was a Talent Hunt which provided an opportunity to each child to present his/ her special skill. Dance session for children, Class party & Games Stalls were other attractions of the day. They enjoyed games like Hit the Wicket, Make the word, Hop Scotch and Hit the Target. Children visited each stall and played the games enthusiastically. The day ended with additional fun games like musical chair and four corners. They enjoyed their day to the fullest.
Trip to Agra – Class II and III – November 12, 2022
An Educational trip to Agra was organized on Saturday-November 12, 2022 for the students of class II and III. 100 students and 12 teachers went on the trip. Students saw the Taj Mahal, the white stone marvel standing majestically on the banks of River Yamuna. The guide provided information about the history of the great monument. All the students enjoyed and learnt about our historical and beautiful heritage. They also visited the Agra Fort, made of red sand stone and marveled at the architectural expertise of those times.
Trip to Jaipur – Classes III, IV and V – 11th November, 2022
On 11th November, 2022, 66 students of classes 3, 4 and 5 along with 8 teachers assembled at the school reception to leave for a trip to Jaipur for 3 days and 2 nights. They visited the Jantar Mantar and the City Palace. Jantar mantar, built in 1738 by Maharaja Sawal Jaisingh houses a unique collection of astronomical instruments. City Palace’s major part is now the Maharaja Swai Mann Singh II museum. The tourist guide told stories about the princes of Jaipur, their valour and conquests. The swords and other weaponry, amongst the other belongings of the royal family were the major attractions. The next day they visited the Amer Fort, a mesmerizing combination of conventional Rajasthani and Mughal architecture built in the 16th century. They also visited Choki Dhani, a Rajasthani village recreated to help people understand the Rajasthani lifestyle, art and culture. On the last day children were taken to Birla Temple popularly known as Laxmi Narayan Temple. The trip was an educative and memorable one.
Visit to National School of Drama – Class V – 2nd November, 2022
Students of class V visited the National School of Drama on Tuesday, 2nd November, 2022 and watched a play ‘Gumnaam Sitare- the Unsung Heroes’
The play was hosted by Sanskaar Rang Toli (Theatre-in-Education Co.) of National School of Drama at Abhimanch Auditorium, NSD. It was directed by Dr Suwaran Rawat.
The play was based on the freedom fighters from different regions of India and highlighted the life and sacrifice of the young heroes such as Baji Rout – a 12 years old boy from Orissa, Khudiram Bose- an 18 years boy from Bengal, Veelu Nachiyar – the first Indian queen to wage a war against the East India Company from Tamil Nadu, Kanak Lata Barua – an All India Students’ Federation leader from Assam.
It was an eye opener and a great learning experience for the students.
Assembly – IV E – October, 2022
A special assembly was conducted by class IV E on October 21,2022. The theme of the assembly was- Victory of Good over Evil.
The theme was depicted with the help of a story based on animals in which a lion who was very evil ultimately finds the good in himself. Students showcased their talent beautifully . A vibrant folk dance from Rajasthan was also presented by the students. The assembly had hundred percent participation of students.
Assembly – Prep B – October, 2022
Students of Prep-B enacted the story ‘Where is Totto’s Hat?’ in their assembly. Children played roles of different sea animals which was enacted and expressed by them very confidently. Different props were used according to their character. The young ones showcased their talents and performed their characters with a lot of enthusiasm. It helped in giving our children a firm ground to express themselves confidently on stage.
Visit to Art Exhibition – 18th October, 2022
A few selected students from Junior Wing along with the students from Senior Wing accompanied by Ms. Shyamali Dhar & Argha Kamal Ganguly ( Art Teachers) visited Aesthetica -Art Exhibition, organized by Cambridge School , Srinivaspuri on 18th October, 2022 . They observed paintings, drawings, sculptures, cyanotype prints, puppet shows, skit & took part in- on the spot sketching & pottery too. It was an opportunity for these students to explore & understand Visual Arts. Overall, this educational trip helped in shaping & developing their aesthetic sense.
Story telling Session – Class IV – October 17, 2022
A storytelling session was conducted by Ms Sutapa Basu on October 17,2022 for the students of Class IV. Ms Basu discussed the important elements of a story such as setting, characters, plot, climax etc. She dealt in detail about most of these elements to encourage them to construct a story of their own.
Various books written by Ms Sutapa were displayed during the session for the students such as Padmavati, Genghis Khan, Princesses Monsters and Magical Creatures, The Curse of Nader Shah etc.
The session was very interesting and informative. Students thoroughly enjoyed it.
Workshop – Compassionate Citizen – Class III and V – 20th October, 2022
A workshop by PETA was conducted on 20th October for the students of class III and V. The workshop was conducted by Nishabd, a non-profit volunteer dog rescue organization dedicated to helping the sick and wounded furry friends on the street.
The theme of the workshop was “Compassionate Citizen”. The workshop focused on teaching the children how to be compassionate towards animals.
Charity Visits – 19th October, 2022
Charity visits were organized by the school. Students visited a school for the underprivileged on 19th October where they distributed stationery items to the children.
A visit to Aangan, an old age home, was organized by the school on 20th October, 2022. Students enthusiastically celebrated Diwali with them. It was indeed a wonderful experience for the children.
The School in association with Goonj (an NGO headquartered in New Delhi) also held a donation drive in which children were asked to donate old sweaters, coats, blankets, woollen caps, socks, etc. Thereafter 30 children along teachers visited Goonj to donate the collected items.
Woollens were also distributed by the prefectorial board to the construction workers and their families working in the school.
Special assemblies were also conducted by the students of Nursery D and Ms Varsha on the occasion of Diwali. Students spoke about why and how Diwali is celebrated. They presented dances based on Ramayan and Diwali festivity. They also recited the poem दीवाली आई. Parents were appreciative of their performance.
Ms Varsha spoke about spreading happiness around by supporting small traders, buying from local vendors, showing concern for the environment by not bursting crackers & being compassionate to street dogs, birds, cats and other animals
Charity Week- Diwali Celebration – Classes I to V- 10th October to 15th October ,2022
The spirit of the festive season was celebrated by a Charity Canteen and a Charity Craft Sale from 10th October to 15th October ,2022. An array of activities were planned for the week. Children actively participated in the craft activities, food sale, visits to NGOs and distribution of woollens to the construction workers in our school. The amount collected from all the activities was donated.
Different activities conducted by different classes were:
Class I- Children made beautiful paper lanterns using coloured paper. For food sale, they had brought delicious pakoras.
Class II – Beautiful paper flowers along with chickpea chaat were prepared by the students of class II
Class III- Students had brought earthen diyas and painted them in vibrant colours. They decorated them with mirrors, crystals and glitters.
They also enjoyed the chocolate laddoo making activity.
Class IV- Children used coloured sheets and decorating materials to make colourful and beautiful bandhanwars.
They also made delicious vegetable sandwiches with help of their class teachers.
Class V- Students made lanterns using OHP sheets and glass painting colours. They also prepared bhelpuri for canteen sale.
With a view to integrate Maths with Art, a ‘Toran Making Activity’ was also conducted for the students of Class III on October 20, 2022. Students created lovely torans out of shapes and decorative materials. They were actively engaged in the activity and enjoyed it.
Science Exhibition – Class IV- 15th October, 2022
On 15th October, 2022, Science Exhibition was organized on the occasion of Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam’s birthday. Children from class IV exhibited various models and experiments. It was also the PTM day so it was open to all parents and students of the school. The aim of the exhibition was to highlight the importance of science in our life. All the participants showcased their models. Apart from models, students also organised visual presentations to help everyone understand the concepts of their working models.
Class IV-A displayed global warming and greenhouse effect, capillary action in coloured water, tooth decay using egg shells, working model of day and night, moving fan using hot air, how growing plants prevent soil erosion.
Class IV-B presented the ISRO model, working heart model, pinhole camera, transpiration, dancing balls, working model of smoke absorber.
Class IV-E displayed robotic hand, model of seismometer, working model of digestive system, glowing water, anemometer, rising of water due to air pressure..
Class IV-F exhibited rainwater harvesting, natural water purifier, magic milk, solar eclipse model, compass in a jar, mixing coloured lights.
The participant were very happy with their creativity and worked with full dedication on their models. All the parents appreciated the students for their efforts and interest.
Investiture Ceremony – 30th September, 2022
The Investiture Ceremony, for the academic year 2022-2023 was held on 30th September, 2022. It was a proud moment for the school to select the deserving students as the flag bearers of the school.
The ceremony started with the lighting of the lamp with a beautiful prayer song being sung by the school choir in the background. Two inspiring poems –Be the Best of Whatever You Are and Karamveer were beautifully recited by the students. The newly selected Prefects were introduced. The Headmistress, Ms Seema Karki, administered the oath, wherein the Head Boy, the Head Girl, Sports captains and prefects pledged to serve the school and fulfil their responsibilities to the best of their abilities.
The Head Boy and the Head Girl shared their views and thanked the teachers for showing confidence in them.
The ceremony concluded with the Principal’s address encouraging the newly selected prefects to be good role models for others.
Movie Shows – September , 2022
Movie shows were organized for children for classes I – V.
Different movies were shown according to their age group and interest.
Class I- Finding Nemo
Class II- Pinocchio
Class III- Charlotte’s Web
Class IV- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Class V- Trumpet of the Swan
Assembly IV A – September , 2022
Students of Class IV A conducted an assembly for parents on the theme of Vanmahotsav on September 9, 2022. It had 100% participation of students. Children spoke about the history, significance, and ways to celebrate the event. Students presented a short skit, a Hindi song along with a poem on trees. The assembly ended with an enthralling kathak dance. All the parents were very happy to watch their children perform and spoke a few words of encouragement.
Assembly II B – September , 2022
Dussehra was the theme of the assembly presented by Class II B. Students presented a short skit depicting the Victory of Good over Evil . Some facts about Dusshera celebration in different regions of our country were shared by the students which was followed by poems on our rich culture and values. The assembly ended with a graceful dance performance by the students.
Assembly Prep F – September , 2022
Students of Prep F, conducted an assembly on the theme Ramayan. They narrated as well as enacted the story of ‘Ramayan’ dressed up in the attire according to their character and used a variety of props The young ones showcased their talents and performed their characters with a lot of confidence and enthusiasm.
Assembly Prep D – September , 2022
Students of Prep D, conducted an assembly based on the story ‘The Enormous Turnip’ on September 9, 2022. Children enacted different roles from the story and performed with a lot of zeal. It was a delight to watch them perform so confidently . The young ones showcased their talents beautifully.
Teachers’ Assembly – Pre-primary – September , 2022
Pre-primary teachers conducted an assembly for the little ones on September 16, 2022 . Teachers enacted a class scene where the they acted as students. The aim of the assembly was to educate students about the importance of cleanliness and taking care of their belongings. Scene of littering around in the class was enacted followed by rules for keeping their surroundings spic and span were explained. ‘Clean Up’ song was sung while the teachers cleaned up the mess. The assembly ended with the song ‘If You’re Happy and You Know it’
हिंदी दिवस – 14 सितम्बर
हिंदी दिवस प्रतिवर्ष 14 सितम्बर को मनाया जाता है। हिंदी के प्रचार-प्रसार तथा स्कूल स्तर पर बच्चों में हिंदी के प्रति रूचि जाग्रत करने हेतु विभिन्न गतिविधियाँ इस दिन करवाई जाती हैं। इसी सन्दर्भ में केम्ब्रिज स्कूल नोएडा (जूनियर विंग ) में हिंदी दिवस के अवसर पर विभिन्न गतिविधियाँ आयोजित की गईं।
कक्षा पॉंच के बच्चों द्वारा हिंदी के महत्त्व को बताते हुए स्लोगन लिखे गए। इस गतिविधि में बच्चों ने बहुत उत्साह दिखाया। कक्षा 1 तथा 2 में शिक्षिकाओं व बच्चों द्वारा कहानी सुनाई गई। बच्चों ने मुर्गी और मगरमच्छ,आसमान गिर गया जैसी रोचक कहानियों को बड़े ही आनंद के साथ सुना। कक्षा 3 के बच्चों द्वारा यात्रा वर्णन किया गया। बच्चों ने एक दिन पहले राष्ट्रीय आधुनिक कला दीर्घा के भ्रमण पर आधारित अपने अनुभवों को साझा किया। कक्षा – 4 के बच्चों को विभिन्न रसों जैसे श्रृंगार रस ,वीर रस ,भक्ति रस,शांत रस हास्य रस तथा वीभत्स रस के विषय में बताया गया तथा उन पर आधारित कई कविताएँ सुनाई गईं। बच्चों ने कविताओं का खूब आनंद लिया।
इसके अतिरिक्त विशेष सभा में कक्षा II A तथा VA के बच्चों ने मुंशी प्रेमचंद की प्रसिद्द कहानी ईदगाह का नाटक मंचन किया। हिंदी भाषा के व्याकरण तथा इसके प्रयोग के विषय में बताते हुए कुछ कविताएँ भी बच्चों ने सुनाई | इस प्रकार न केवल बच्चों ने अपितु अध्यापकों/अध्यापिकाओं ने भी अलग-अलग दिनों की गतिविधियों का भरपूर आंनद लिया।
Visit to National Museum of Modern Arts – Classes I to IV – 13th to 16th September, 2022
Educational trips to National Gallery of Modern Arts were organised for the students of Classes I, II, III & IV from 13th- – 16th September, 2022. Students were shown the paintings of the first artist Raja Ravi Varma who introduced oil paintings in India. They also saw the artwork and sketches of other fine artists like Rabindranath Tagore, Nicholas Roerich, Gaganendranath Tagore, Ramkinkar baij who had made their art on canvas and cloth. There was also a representative collection of artists who explored expressionism, surrealism, fantasies as well as pop art, during the 1960s and 70s.
Visit to National Museum of Modern Arts ( Class V) – 6th to 8th September, 2022
Different sections of Class V visited the National Museum, Delhi from 6th to 8th, 2022. Prior to that a talk was arranged by Mr. Ganguly, the art teacher from the Senior Wing, to maximize their learning experiences by following certain rules like keeping one arm distances from the exhibits, keeping quiet, walking in a line etc.
He told them about the 5 steps taken for the preservation of the exhibits.- collection, documentation, restoration, display & education.
Students witnessed a wide variety of collection form ancient times- Harappan civilization, artifacts from different dynasties, sculpture, jewellery, urns and other belongings of people from olden times.
Mini Music Fest – September, 2022
A “Mini Music Fest” was hosted by Cambridge School, New Friends Colony on 13th September, 2022, in which all the branches of Cambridge School participated. The songs were specially curated for class V students from their song book. Three songs (Hindi & English) had to be sung. Students of Cambridge School, Noida sang the songs –Woh Din Hai Kitna Dur, Sing a Song of Freedom & Ghanan Ghanan. They received a lot of appreciation for their performance. It is a great initiative as it help the students to learn and grow.
Teachers’ Day Celebration (September, 2022)
Teachers’ Day was celebrated with joy and gaiety on September 5, 2022. Students showed their love and affection for the teachers by decorating the classes, making cards, handmade flowers and other craft work. A video was also shared depicting different roles that a teacher plays in her life.
National Sports Day (August, 2022)
National Sports Day is celebrated on 29.8.22 to commemorate the birth anniversary of the Hockey Legend, Major Dhyan Chand. This day was celebrated in our School with great enthusiasm. Students participated in various activities such as jogging, running, drills, on the spot jogging, warm up exercises followed by flat race, shuttle race and Zig Zag race. It was a great fun filled day.
Special Assembly – Class II F (August, 2022)
Class II F conducted a Special Assembly for parents on the theme- Friendship
A play “A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed” was enacted by the children. They appreciated the value of friendship as they spoke about it.
Dance performances and songs on friendship were also presented.
Janmashtami Celebration (August, 2022)
Janmashtami was celebrated by the children of Nursery and Prep. The little ones looked endearing in their ethnic attire. Class Prep H conducted the assembly on this day. They were told the story of Lord Krishna’s birth.
Students of Nursery painted paper flutes and decorated it with sequins and glitter.
Class prep made paper matkis and beautifully decorated it with cotton and sequins. Later, children were served sooji halwa made by the teachers.
Rakhi Celebration (August, 2022)
Students of Nursery and Prep celebrated Raksha Bandhan with full zeal. The little ones looked adorable in their ethnic attire. They were told about the sacred bond between brother and sister. Class Nursery made beautiful rakhis and decorated them with sequins and stars and students of Prep did ladyfinger printing on their rakhis. Later it was tied to each student by the teacher and the children went home wearing it. The little ones had got sweets from home and exchanged it amongst themselves. Special assemblies were conducted by class Prep G and II C on the theme –The Festival of Rakhi. It was a delightful celebration for students.
Theatre Presentation -Class IV (August, 2022)
Students of class IV performed a theatre presentation on the topic “Indian Freedom Struggle”. The aim was to enact, understand and discuss the timeline and the journey of the freedom struggle of India.
Class IV-A and IV-B presented the Pre-British Era and the revolt of 1757, on 8th August, 2022. Students talked about the journey of the Britishers from traders to invaders. A skit was performed by the students on the revolt of 1757 focusing on The Battle of Plassey. A group dance on the song “Aaramb Hai Prachand” was presented followed by a poem.
Class IV-C and IV-D conducted their presentation on the topic -the Revolt of 1857 and the hero of the revolt- Mangal Pandey. Children performed a dance on the song “Mangal Mangal” followed by a poem on him. The presentation ended with a group song “Yeh Hai Mera Hindustan”.
Class IV-E and IV-F presented the Indian Freedom Struggle from 1857 to 1947, on 17th August, 2022. A play on the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, Rowlatt Act were enacted. The famous speech of Jawahar Lal Nehru, “Tryst with Destiny” was also presented.
The play ended with a dance performance on the song “Desh Rangila” and the song “Sare Jahan Se Achcha.
Health Week (August, 2022)
Health Week was observed in school from 22th August to 26th August, 2022. It was a fun-filled week full of interactive discussions and activities to help the children understand the importance of healthy choices of food and lifestyle for an active and balanced body and mind.
During this week, class teachers gave a talk on personal hygiene, balanced diet, meditation and dental care.
Videos were shown on Indian superfoods, gluten facts, vegan diet, brown rice and how to read nutrition facts on food packets. They were encouraged to choose right food from the market checking the expiry date and nutritional value.
Various healthy food recipes were demonstrated by the class teachers such as sprout salad making, chickpea sandwich, vegetable sandwich making and many more.
A week’s tiffin menu was also planned for children.
Day 1 -Besan/Moong Dal chilla and a fruit
Day 2 – Idli Chutney and a fruit
Day 3 – Veg roll and a fruit
Day 4 – Vermicelli/Upma and a fruit
Day 5 – Veg Sandwich and a fruit
A talk was given by the school doctor on general body care. Outdoor activities and drills were also held. Health Week was full of fun, energy and awareness about our wellbeing.
Independence Day Celebration (12th August, 2022)
Independence Day celebrations were held on 12th August, 2022 in the school. Special assemblies were conducted by the students of Prep A and VF. Class Prep students recited beautiful rhymes based on the theme – Our Nation. They also presented patriotic songs and dances.
Children of Nursery made beautiful tricolour kites with finger printing.
Class Prep made tricolour fans and did cotton dabbing on it with saffron and green paint.
Students of Class VF presented a special assembly for the parents. They spoke on how the British had entered India as traders, only to become our rulers. The beautiful patriotic song ‘Vande Mataram’ was sung by them followed by poem recitation -‘What is India?’
12th August was a bagless day for the children. Keeping the spirit of independence alive, many activities were organised for different classes.
Students of classes I, II & III assembled in the front lawns for different activities. They held the tricolour and marched in the school while singing “Vande Matram”. To keep up the spirit of Independence Day, Kite Flying activity was also organised. This was followed by Art Competition for all the classes.
Students of Class IV had their theatre presentation on the topic – Revolt of 1857.
Class V conducted Prabhatferi on August 10, 2022. Students took a round of sector 27, Noida, enthusiastically singing patriotic songs. Many students had come dressed as freedom fighters, sending a message to the spectators around that we attained freedom through the sacrifices of these great men and women and that we should value it and make our nation proud.
Interactive Session with Girls [Class V] (July, 2022)
An interactive session on menstrual health and hygiene was conducted for the girls of Class 5 on July12, 2022 in the Seminar Hall, Junior Wing.
The session was about the physical changes that occur in girls at puberty – educating them about menstruation, the mensuration cycle, physical, psychological and emotional symptoms associated with periods, mensuration hygiene, etc.
Sanitary Pad distribution to Maids and Lady Guards
Girl students from Senior Wing distributed sanitary towels to the lady domestic helps and lady guards during their work experience period on July 20, 2022.
Nursery Admission Interactions (July, 2022)
Nursery admission interactions for the session 2023-24 have started from July 15, 2022. Parents were given specific time slots for the smooth conduct of interaction. It was heartening to see the overwhelming response of the parents. They were very appreciative of the overall functioning of the School.
Assemblies by Teachers (July, 2022)
Class V D
An assembly was conducted by Ms Amrita Banerjee on 15.7.22.
The theme of the assembly was Self Belief. Ms Banerjee started with a short story about a little boy who worked hard to achieve his dreams. Children were then asked to guess who the little boy was. Most of them could answer that the story was about Dr APJ Abdul Kalam .
A few facts about Dr Kalam were shared. A song was also presented on Self Belief which was enjoyed by the students.
The assembly finally came to an end with community singing of the song- Manzil ki Duri.
An assembly was conducted by the class teacher of Nursery E [Ms Pooja] and the topic of the assembly was Rainy Season.
Children were introduced to Rainy Season by the sound of thunder. They were asked if they were familiar with the sound. Many interesting facts about the season were shared with the children. The rhyme – ‘Badal Garajte’ was recited with actions. They were also told about rainbow and its seven colours. The assembly ended with a dance on the song -‘Singing In The Rain’
Class V C Assembly ( July, 2022)
Class V C presented the assembly on the topic- Value of Reading Books. Students presented a few amazing facts about books such as -there’s a word for loving the smell of old books- Bibliosmia, the most expensive book ever purchased was sold for $30.8 million. It was Codex Leicester by Leonardo Da Vinci, and it was purchased by Bill Gates and many more such interesting facts.
A skit – The Girl Who Hated Books was presented by the students along with Poems[Hindi &English] on books – The Land of Story Books & Kitaben
Class V D Assembly ( July, 2022)
Class VD presented the assembly on the theme – Rabindra Jayanti on 11.7.22. The assembly was an effort to honour the contributions of Kavi Guru Rabindranath Tagore in the fields of art, music, literature and culture. Students recited the poem ‘Where the mind is Without Fear’ and enacted the poem ‘ Dui Pakhi’. Children enjoyed enacting Tagore’s famous poem ‘Juta Aabishkar’ as a skit. The assembly was appreciated by the parents.
Class II E Assembly (July, 2022)
Class II E presented the assembly on the topic- Books are Our Friends. Children spoke on how books enrich our vocabulary and broaden our perspective towards life. They shared amazing facts about books and presented a skit based on the story- The Four Friends. A poem on books was also recited.
Class Prep C Assembly ( July, 2022)
Class Prep C conducted the assembly for parents on the topic- Welcome to the Jungle on July 29,2022.
The little ones exercised on the song “Come, Come on, its Warm Up Time”.
Thought for the day was based on kindness, love and care for animals. Children spoke a few lines on wild animals and presented a skit on the story- “The Sky is Falling”. They also danced on the song “The Animal Express song” followed by a Good Bye song at the end.
Van Mahotsava ( July 8, 2022)
Van Mahotsav was observed in School on July 8, 2022. Students were encouraged to understand and appreciate the importance of planting trees for nature conservation. They pledged to take care of the plants at all times.
Assemblies were conducted by the pre-primary teachers and Class IV A to create awareness about our role in safeguarding our natural resources.
This was followed by planting of saplings of banana, guava, papaya and lemon by the children with the help of our school gardener. They were given information about the saplings they planted. Teachers presented a beautiful dance performance on the song ‘Naa kaato mujhe’ Students also sang songs expressing their love for nature.
Assembly Class V E (May, 2022)
A talk was given by Ms. Baljnder Kaur in the assembly held on May 13,2022. As it was the last working day before the summer vacation, the topic of the talk was – Summer Season and the precautions to be taken to beat the heat. Children were given tips on what kind of foods to eat and which ones to avoid during the gruelling summer months. If visiting grandparents, they should try and have meaningful conversations with them and ask them to share stories of their times.
Assembly Class V D (May, 2022)
Class VD presented the assembly on May 9, 2022 to celebrate the birth anniversary of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore. The assembly was beautifully presented with the poem Where the Mind is Without Fear, his song Aamra Shobai Raja and Hey Notun & enactment of one of his poems Juta Aabishkar’s English translation.
A beautiful dance on the song Mon Mor Megher Shangi was also performed by the girls of the class.
The assembly finally came to an end with poem enactment of one of the famous poems written by Gurudev –Dui Pakhi
Assembly Prep C (May, 2022)
The assembly theme of Prep C was Good Manners. It was conducted by the teachers. They enacted a skit on Good Manners wherein they talked about the importance of the 3 magic words –sorry, please and thank you. They were asked questions related to the topic. Towards the end, the students sang and danced on the ‘Good Manners’ song.
Rabindra Jayanti Celebration (May 10, 2022)
On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Kabiguru Rabindranath Tagore, a programme was held on May 10, 2022 at the auditorium in the Senior Wing. This year marks his 161st birth anniversary. The Headmistress, Ms Seema Karki and all the activity teachers from the Junior Wing attended the programme. Various beautiful songs and poems by Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore were presented in the celebration.
ASSEMBLY – Class 2D – April 2022
An interactive assembly was conducted by the Class teacher of II-D Ms. Naina Garg on 13.04.2022. The theme of the assembly was- One should never give up. The teacher talked about B.R. Ambedkar Jayanti, Baisakhi and Easter. It was an interactive discussion. Lastly, community singing was held in which all the children participated enthusiastically.
Book Week – 25th April, 2022 to 29th April, 2022
“Books train your mind to imagination to think Big” – Taylor Swift
Book Week was observed from 25th April, 2022 to 29th April, 2022 in the Junior Wing.
Special Assemblies were conducted by Classes Prep A, II E & VC to celebrate the joy of reading. Students spoke about the benefits of reading and recited poems & presented skits on books.
Students were provided a wide range of story books through “E-digital library” which is a finger touch repository for the students to become avid readers and to explore the world of imagination.
A plethora of interesting activities related to books and reading were organised throughout the week.
Students were encouraged to read books –
Class II – Children were sent the PDF “Hansel and Gretel” and “Jack and the beanstalk” for reading. On Monday children discussed the story of “Hansel and Gretel” with the teacher.
Classes III, IV & V read books by famous authors such as Roald Dahl [Class III& IV ], Ruskin Bond, [ Class V] after which students reviewed and narrated the story from the book which they liked the most.
Other activities conducted were Book Jacket Making, Book Report writing activity & Book Corner Making
Book Week was observed enthusiastically by the children of Nursery and Prep too. They were encouraged to take care of their books.
They were counselled to take care of the books by:-
- Turning the pages one by one
- Not folding the pages and making doggy ears
- Not tearing the pages
- Keeping the books properly in shelves.
Nursery – The teacher made puppets of ‘Laalu and Peelu’ and narrated their story to the children.
- Prep – The children made book marks using ear bud printing and they also used it for their favourite books in the class.
- A short skit was also conducted by the teachers.
The children enjoyed the storytelling sessions and craft activities.
Workshop – by STRAW – April 29,2022
Workshops were conducted for the children of Classes III, IV & V in connection with Earth Day on 29.4.22. It was organised by the NGO -STRAW, which stands for Stray Relief Animal Welfare. The resource person was Ms. Ipsita and the topic was Animal Homes.
Children were given tasks such as making animal homes [craft work]. They were also encouraged to think of themselves as scientists or creators and think of a product which would be beneficial for animals. They had to draw the product, name it and tell how it would be useful.
All About Me – Class – Prep – April 25, 2022
All About Me activity was conducted for Class Prep on 25.4.22
Children sat in a circle with the teacher and talked about themselves, their likes and dislikes while playing a game of Pass the Parcel which added a fun element to the activity.
They made a folder about themselves in which they drew their family members, best friend, favourite toys, colours and shape. They also enjoyed tracing their hands and colouring them.
The objective of conducting this activity was to make the children aware that each of them has a different choice and everyone is unique and special. They could also learn a lot about their peers.
Earth Day – April 22, 2022
Earth Day is an annual event held on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First held on April 22, 1970, it now includes a wide range of events coordinated globally by EarthDay.org. The official theme for 2022 is ‘Invest in Our Planet.’
Children of Classes Nursery and Prep celebrated Earth Day with great enthusiasm. Special assembly by teachers was conducted to make them aware about the importance of Earth Day and they were encouraged to follow eco-friendly habits like saving electricity, water and fuel. They were also told about the significance of the Three R’s- Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
Group Germination activity was organized for Nursery children wherein they planted coriander seeds. Students of class Prep made herbal planters with ice-cream cups. They painted the cups green, sowed some seeds and watered the plants.
The tiny tots took a pledge to keep their environment clean and help their parents in watering and nurturing the plants.
Classes I to V celebrated Earth Day through special assemblies presented by Class VB & II B. Students recited poems on earth. They also performed a play depicting the importance of trees on earth.
Various other activities were held such as – Nature Walks, Poster Making, Poem Writing on the topic- My Planet to name a few. Discussion about segregation of garbage and waste management was also done.
Founder’s Day Celebrations – April 7, 2022
The School celebrated its Founder’s Day on April 7, 2022.The 91st Founder’s Day was celebrated through an assembly wherein the great work of our founding father Shree A.C. Deb was remembered.
Ms Reema Datta spoke about the history of Cambridge School – how it started and how over the years the schools have successfully spread in Delhi and NCR, imparting quality education to children of all strata of society.
The mission, purpose, and ideals upon which Mr Deb laid the foundation of our School still stand strong.
As World Health Day was also being celebrated, a small talk was also given explaining why health is important for the well-being of the people across the world. Tips were also shared about how to keep healthy. After community singing the assembly ended by a song sung by Yash Saini of Class V-A.
ORIENTATION PROGRAMME – CLASS IV & V– April 2, 2022
Orientation programme for Classes IV and V was held on 2nd April 2022 in the Roma Deb Auditorium, Senior Wing between 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The programme began with the lighting of the lamp by the Headmistress Ms Seema Karki, the Principal Ms Preeti Sangwan and the resource person Dr Shakuntala Dawesar. It was followed by a beautiful dance performance by the students of Class IV.
Dr. Shakuntala Dawesar , a qualified psychologist from the Armed Force Medical College in Pune and trained at Safdarjung Hospital in New Delhi, shared her experiences and helped the parents in understanding child psychology. She talked about the importance of screening in children. She also talked about sexual abuse and the importance of educating children about their safety.
The main focus of the talk was how parents and teachers can co-ordinate, so that the child develops in every sphere of his/her life.
It was followed by parent’s queries regarding their children’s behaviour patterns and problems faced by them.