Cambridge School

Workshops for Teachers Session 2019


A conclave was organized by Billabong High International School on 5 December, 2019. It was attended by Ms. Roomki. ‘Sanchetna’, the centre for Special Needs which is part of the school organized this event to mark their completion of a decade. Eminent speakers from the field of disability shared their insights about the theme –“Disability is a matter of perception”.The key note address  was delivered by Major General Ian Cardozo, Former Chairman of Rehabilitation Council of India. The event was truly “inclusive” in its spirit as it was conducted by students with various special needs.


On Thursday, November 7th, 2019, teachers of the Computer Department Ms. Preeti Khanna, Ms. Jyoti Joshi and Ms. Sandhya along with four students of class XI-XII went to India International Center, Max Mueller Marg, to attend an interactive seminar  on “Artificial Intelligence” organised by PEAS. The speakers  Mr. Bhagirath Kumar (Chief Managar GAIL)  gave a general technical overview of the topic supported by real life examples and a presentation, while Mr. Deepak Gulati (Global Head American Bank)  spoke of the “Five A’s of AI”, giving a more end-user’s point of view. It was a highly enriching and informative session enjoyed by all the participants



Capacity Building Program on Academic Supervision was organized by Educational Technology  and Management Academy on 5th and 6th November 2019 from 8 a.m to 2 p.m in Salwan Public School, Rajendra Nagar, New Delhi. Ms. Shamoly Ghose and Ms. Divya Pal attended this program.

The learning outcomes were-


Commerce Department of Cambridge Srinivaspuri gave a presentation on Principles of Insurance on 25th October 2019. Technicalities of various Insurance policies were discussed .

It was crisp and informative presentation which will also help the non commerce teachers to make well informed decisions.


A heritage quiz based on the vast cultural history of India was organised by INTACH on 18th October, 2019 . It was attended by Areeba Sundus along with 4 students, out of which two of them were from Xth class and two students were from VIIIth class.

Many schools from Delhi-NCR participated. In the first round which was related to the conservation and preservation of India’s natural, cultural, living, tangible and intangible heritage, our school did extremely well but with the difference of only one mark, was not selected for the Delhi-NCR zonal round.

In the Delhi-NCR zonal round, during the audience interaction, our students participated enthusiastically and received chocolates for their performance. During the teaching interaction, I also gave many answers.

In the last round the winner was Sardar Patel Vidyalaya. Overall, the quiz was enriching and a brilliant experience. As we rightly believe, “Winning is something, but participation is everything”. Our students participated with zeal and enthusiasam.


The topic of POCSO Act was taken up by Ms Roomki Mitra and Ms Kirti Sasan on 19th October 2019, covering the psychological  and the legal aspects of the POCSO ACT, its recent amendment  and Visakha Guidelines. The workshop had discussions and brainstorming on the prevalent concerns related to the two legislations. The workshop was attended by the teaching and non teaching staff of both Junior and Senior wing.


A seminar on Sanskrit Vangmayam was conducted by third language HOD Mrs Vimal Tyagi on 10th October 2019.  In which 30 Students of class VIII-X participated enthusiastically,by  showing their love and dedication  towards the language through various programs presented by them.

Highlights of the Seminar are follows;

Mr Awdesh Jha Sanskrit HOD from Cambridge School, Indirapuram. Many teachers and Ms Nandita Vice Principal from Cambridge School , Noida were the respectable audience. It was a good presentation which was appreciated by one and all.


A two days teachers training workshop on “ The Awakened Citizen Program” was conducted on 9th & 10th October 2019  at Delhi World public School, Noida Extention by Ramakrishna Ashram Mission. Principal, Ms. Jyoti Arora addressed the audience by a short story which concluded with a quote of moulding the students mind and enlightening them with positive values. It was followed by an introductory discussion by the delegates of Ramkrishna Ashram Mission. They emphasized on change in the mindset of students to bring a change in the society. Ms. Suhasini gave brief explanation on the curriculum to be followed in the classroom.  The team members of Ramakrishna Mission discussed various possibilities which can be inculcated among the students. Teachers were asked to apply the method of DART- Discovery, Acceptance, Reflection and Transmission. The topics were explained through videos and power point presentations. On the second day teachers were divided into groups and they were asked to present on the six universal possibilities. The workshop ended by distribution of certificates to the participant teachers. Books and CDs related to the workshop were given to the teachers. The workshop was attended by around 60 teachers from NCR. The workshop was educative, informative and enlightening.



On 23rd & 24th September, 2019 Ms. kusumlata attended a Capacity Building Programme on Social Science, conducted by CBSE in Manav Rachna International School, Sector-51, Noida. The resource person was Mr. Dhiraj Singh, from Pragyan Sr. Sec. School, Zewar, Greater Noida. The aim of the programme was to focus on sharing ideas and resources for improvement in teaching learning process.

The resource person emphasized on the building of a cordial relations between a teacher and his/her students, which helps to generate trust among them and that trust helps in making of good students, good sports persons, good artists, and good citizens in future, which is the main aim of teaching social science.


Ms Promila Garyali, Ms Neelam Sharma and Mr. Varun Jha from Cambridge school Noida attended a workshop on the topic ‘Mindfulness’ conducted by Mr Abhay at Manav Rachna International School Noidaon 17th September 2019. The workshop started with understanding of “being mindful” to “mindfulness meditation”. Mindfulness meditation is a mental training practice that involves focusing of the mind on the experiences (like our own emotions, thoughts, and sensations) in the present moment. Mindfulness meditation can involve breathing practice, mental imagery, awareness of body and mind, and muscle and body relaxation. The workshop was quite interactive and also involved many activities including meditation in order to help us understand the benefits of being mindful in all spheres of life. The focus was on living in the present and to relieve the brain of all the stresses in order to tackle the day to day situations more intelligently and lead a balanced life.


An economics department presentation was organized at Cambridge School, Srinivaspuri on September 13, 2019. The topic of the presentation was ‘ Understanding Market Forms’. Presentation included main market forms- perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition and oligopoly. The presentation was attended by Ms Ankini Dhall and Ms Puneet Kaur from Cambridge School, Noida.




Ms. Vasundhara Kaushik   & Mr. Zubair Ahmad attended the capacity building programme on Joyful Teaching And Learning Mathematics. the objective of the programme was to appreciate the beauty of mathematics and to connect the subject with day to day life activities. Teachers to make use of innovative teaching strategies and to develop assessment for joyful learning.

Following this importance of mathematics was also discussed:

In the end , few activities were conducted on Fractions ,  Integers, Triangles and Patterns.


The orientation program was conducted at DPS Ghaziabad on 7th of September 2019. The resource person was Prof. D. K. Goel. The program covered discussion on changes in latest syllabus and exam pattern, marking schemes and projected exam paper for 2020.
A booklet was prepared by prof. D. K. Goel sir consisting important questions from five zones of CBSE papers of last year, which was discussed and solved by teachers during the programme. It was an enriching experience.


The workshop was conducted at DPS Greater Noida on 3rd and 4th of September 2019. The resource person was Ms Saudamini Arvind. The workshop covered discussion on changes in latest syllabus . The teachers shared  innovative ways of teaching and also some difficult topics were enacted through role-play.

Each teacher was asked to make MCQ and application based questions , which were discussed in the workshop.

Support matter on  Business environment was also provided.


In order to incorporate the emerging trends in education technology and make the teaching learning effective, a day long training workshop was conducted on 31st August, 2019 by Hey Math! Team for the teachers of class 3 to 6 in the Multimedia Lab of Cambridge School, Noida.

Ms. Sangeeta Das and Mr. Vivek along with 33 other teachers from different branches of Cambridge School attended the training programme.

Ms. Sheela Shankar and Ms. Aditi from the HeyMath team discussed the relevance of utilising the new age technology for the maximum learning to take place and the effective use of HeyMath tools and evaluation techniques.

The workshop elaborated the basic features of the HeyMath web platform such as videos, animations, activity cards etc. which can be utilised for the efficient classroom teaching. Considering the individual needs of students, the resource person highlighted the flexibility of HeyMath platform for the self-paced learning. The teachers explored each of the modules through Hand-on sessions, Evaluation-Result Analysis tools.

The teachers learnt many other unique features of HeyMath platform such as Prasso and Reading that enables the students to learn and practise individually and work on their weak areas. It was a well conducted programme by HeyMath where most of the queries were addressed and a tentative plan of action was discussed to integrate the same into School Math curriculum. The teachers also shared their challenges, observations and best practices.

Overall, It was an empowering training programme for the teachers where they prepared themselves for the needs of new age learners.


The seminar was conducted on 23rd  Aug, 2019 by Computer Science Department ,of Cambridge School, Srinivaspuri in the school auditorium. It was attended by Ms. Sandhya Puri. Teachers from different branches of Cambridge School attended this enlightening seminar.

The theme of the Seminar was Artificial Intelligence. They introduced the concept of AI ,  How its works and discussed its application by citing real life problems. They also  showcased videos of Driverless car,  Sophia is a social humanoid robot developed by Hong Kong based company Hanson Robotics It’s a social robot that uses artificial intelligence to see people, understand conversation, and form relationships. … It can crack jokes, make facial expressions, and seemingly understand what’s going on around it

Another session on Impact of AI was conducted where teachers stressed upon the use of AI, that would have a low error rate compared to humans, if coded properly. They would have incredible precision, accuracy, and speed. They won’t be affected by hostile environments, thus able to complete dangerous tasks, explore in space, and endure problems that would injure or kill us. The workshop saw a vivacious interaction among the participants and the teachers thoroughly enjoyed the lively interactions and live demonstration of software for facial recognition of teachers to mark daily attendance.

Also, the school principal emphasized on the idea of application of such concepts in daily life and concluded the session by extending her gratitude and warm wishes.

Overall, it was an enriching experience for the participating teachers.


The seminar was conducted on 20th Aug, 2019 by senior teachers of Cambridge School, Indirapuram Mr.Arvind and Mr.Vishal in the school vicinity. Many mathematics teachers from different branches of Cambridge School attended this enlightening seminar.

The theme of the workshop was Surface area and Volume. Mr.Vishal introduced the concept of Perimeter and Area of 2D shapes and discussed its application by citing real life problems. He also showcased videos of various activities done by students in school campus to apply the concept like calculating the perimeter of blackboard/display board, area of school ground, area of road roller etc.

Another session on Surface area and volume of 3D solids was conducted by Mr. Arvind, where he stressed upon using the concept of 2D shapes to derive the formulas for 3D solids using appropriate teaching aids. An activity was also conducted for the teachers to calculate the perimeter and area of irregular figures. The workshop saw a vivacious interaction among the participants and the teachers thoroughly enjoyed the lively interactions and videos.

Also, the school principal Mr. Harendra Chakhaiyar emphasised on the idea of application of such concepts in daily life using formulas in order to do faster calculation and save time.

Ms. Hardeep Kaur, Vice principal concluded the session by extending her gratitude and warm wishes.

Overall, it was an enriching experience for the participating teachers.


Ms Arpita Paul and Ms Ayesha Khan attended a seminar on 08.08.19 at Cambridge school, Greater Noida.Topic was PRESERVATIVES IN FOOD. It was conducted by Ms Bharti and other members of Chemistry department. They spoke about harmful effects of natural and artificial preservatives in various food items.


A seminar was conducted by the teachers of computer department on the topic “Internet Of Things” on 1st August 2019 in the AV room. It was attended by the teachers of senior wing, junior wing and sister schools. In the seminar students of class XI also participated by showing various interesting activities on Google assistance, Alexa etc. Smart cities, Smart homes, Smart classrooms, RFID concepts were discussed in the Seminar. It was a great learning experience for all.


A two days teachers training workshop on  “ The awakened citizen program “was conducted on 31st July, 2019  and 1st August, 2019 at Roma Deb Auditorium by Ramakrishna Mission. Vice Principal, Ms. Nandita Sinha Roy addressed the audience by a short story which concluded with a quote of moulding the students mind and enlightening them with positive values. Shri Manish Agarwal R.O., Noida addressed the guest teachers . It was followed by an introductory discussion  by Shri Shantanandu swami. Swamiji emphasized on change in the mindset of students to bring a change in the society. Ms. Malviki gave brief explanation on the curriculum to be followed in the classroom.  The team members of Ramakrishna Mission discussed various possibilities which can be inculcated among the students. Teachers were asked to apply the method of DART- Discovery, Acceptance, Reflection and Transmission. The topics were explained through videos and power point presentations. On the second day teachers were divided into groups and they were asked to present on the six universal possibilities. The workshop ended by distribution of certificates to the participant teachers. Books and CDs related to the workshop were given to the teachers. The workshop was attended by around 130 teachers from NCR. The workshop was educative, informative and enlightening.


 A Summit of School Principals  on ‘Discipline-New Challenges’ was organized by ICTRC on July 24, 2019 at India International Centre, Max Muellar Marg, New Delhi. It was attended by Ms. Nandita Sinha Roy (Vice Principal), Ms. Preeti Khanna & Mr.Rohit Sharma. The objective of the summit was to provide the school principals a platform where they can share their concerns on school discipline with experts from the field of Educational Psychology and Counselling .


One day training programme was conducted by CBSE for teachers, on Information Technology on 18th July 2019 at Modern Public School, Shalimar Bagh. Ms. Jyoti Joshi  attended the programme. The objective of the programme was to make the teachers aware about the changes in curriculum and the aim of introducing vocational education to the students.

A workshop on STEM was conducted by Dr. Amitabh Sharma on 28.06.2019 at Delhi Public School, Sector – 30, NOIDA. It was attended by Mr. Angad Singh. The program included hands-on activity related to human respiratory system, brief overview on the challenge : Automatic street light control system “; Follow Nature- Engineering Bio-inspired Protective Gear”.


A teachers training programme on inclusion of technology in education and administration was organised by Cambridge School Srinivaspuri on 30th May 2019, which was attended by  the computer teachers of all the sister schools. The resource persons were from NIIT Nguru. They demonstrated the software like One-note, office 365, kahoot, cloud based services for data management like It wizard classic available through

The idea of the workshop was to motivate teachers to use online software using cloud computing.


Aiming to provide intense training on teaching the English language at middle school level a one day workshop was held on 29 May 2019 at Cambridge School, Noida. The main objective of the workshop is to improve the capability, capacity, productivity and performance of the teachers as well as of the learners. The workshop was attended by the English Teachers of the Cambridge group of schools and the resource persons were Ms.Latika Joshi and Ms.Nandita Sinha Roy.

The first resource person for the day was Ms.Latika Joshi and she conducted a session on the short story ‘Two Brothers’ by Leo Tolstoy. She began the session with a discussion on the vision and mission of the Cambridge schools. She put emphasis on the core values promoted by Cambridge schools like integrity, perseverance, empathy, excellence and courage. After the discussion, she gave some handouts to teachers on which different methodologies of teaching English were written. She then asked the teachers to think which teaching methodology is best and why?  A discussion followed this activity in which the teachers expressed their views regarding the methodologies and how they can be modified to suit the needs of the learners. The teachers agreed that any single methodology cannot be used in all the classes, it will depend on different physical and psychological factors like the learning style of the learner ( audio learner, visual learner etc) and availability of infrastructure.

The resource person then gave a copy of the ‘Two Brothers’ to the teachers and asked them to draft a lesson plan of the same keeping in mind the vision and mission of Cambridge school, specific language objectives and the methodologies that have been discussed in the session.

The activity is followed by a discussion in which the teachers explained how they will achieve these objectives in class. It was indeed an enriching session and a great learning experience.

The second resource person for the day was Ms.Nandita Sinha Roy and she conducted a session on the activities that can be used by the teachers to engage learners in the classroom. She started with a simple activity in which the teachers have to draw objects on a sheet of paper through which others can guess their name. It was a 10 minutes activity and very helpful in generating the interest of the students in the class.

Another activity in which the teachers were asked to play a game of Name, Place, Animal, Thing for 10 minutes and then write a short story using the words they have written on the paper is conducted in the workshop. The resource person then explained how this activity can be used to teach different kinds of nouns to the learners and modified according to the level of the learners.

This was followed by different activities like ‘ My uncle’s buffalo’ and ‘ mint with a hole’ to teach adjectives and prepositions respectively. Other activities were also conducted through which the teachers can teach idioms, proverbs and vocabulary to the students in a fun-filled way. Through these activities, the resource person tried to emphasize that by encouraging learners to get physically and mentally involved in the learning process, they will help the students learn and retain information. If the teacher applies these methods in the class and allows the kids to work on their own or in small groups, it will help them to be independently inquisitive, think critically, and learn from their own experience. This self-directed learning process, in turn, supports their acquisition of knowledge outside (as well as inside) the educational environment.

The session was conducted very well. It was a great learning experience and also helped the teachers in making learning fun for the learners.



A seminar was organized by Cambridge School Noida on the curriculum of S. Sc. On May 29, 2019. The Resource person was Mr. Amitabh Pandey, a Post Graduate of Delhi School of Economics.

This was the continuation of the seminar held on May 24, 2019.

Today’s topic was Sustainable Development, which is a part of Environmental Economics. Mr. Pandey gave a brief outline of how can we conserve energy by reducing the carbon-emitting energy resources. These kind of energy resources also add to Global Warming, which is becoming a serious cocern for the entire world.

In the concluding session, he discussed about the causes of Global Warming, in which population increase is a major factor. He also mentioned some studies about how population can be controlled and its pros and cons.

The Seminar gave a lot of information and insight on the issue of Sustainable Development.



A workshop on Writing in English was conducted by Mr.Shantam Goyal on 28 May,2019 at Cambridge School, New Friends Colony. It was attended by Ms.Jyoti Agarwal and Ms.Pragati Sharma from Cambridge School,Noida. The workshop enabled the teachers to enhance their creativity in writing. It also helped the teachers to identify common writing mistakes and improve or define their writing style.



As part of teacher training program, organized by Cambridge School,two day workshop was conducted for Psychology teachers, Special educators and Counselors  of all schools of Cambridge,  conducted by Dr.Surabhika Maheshwri (IP College) on 27 May 2019 and 28 May 2019

The topics were “Psychology in classrooms” and “Ethics in teaching”, aimed at brainstorming and learning of successful practices in teaching psychology and special education.



A workshop on Limits,Continuity,Differentiability and its  application was conducted by  Dr. Monika Singh, Asstt Prof of L.S.R 28.05.19 at Cambridge School, Indirapuram.  It was attended by Ms Madhumita Ray and Mr Rohit Dhingra and all teachers teaching secondary and Sr Secondary of CSN,CSI,CSGN,CSS .

The workshop started with  a real life example and interaction about equivalence class.  Some of the topics of relation and function were discussed through some questions , animation, power point presentation and interaction. The other topics were also discussed with healthy interaction. It was indeed a subject enriching session.


A workshop on  social science pedagogical methods was conducted by Cambridge school, Noida   on 27th May, 2019 at Seminar room.  It was attended by all the social science teachers of Cambridge Schools from VI to VIII.

This workshop catered to the professional growth and development of Social Science teachers. Shamoly Ghose welcomed the participants and reiterated the importance of organizing such workshops.

The name of the first trainer was Ms. Anita Shukla from (CSI) the topic she taught was Interior of the Earth.

She laid importance on developing analytical and conceptual skills of the learners to enable them to understand the environment with emphasis on inter relationship between the natural and social environment. The next topic was Mughal Empire by Ms. Surbhi (CSS) Importance of sensitizing children towards social issues, developing skill of observation was the crux of this presentation. Last topic of the workshop was Aurangzeb and the decline of the Mughal Empire was presented by Mr. Jamal Asharf (CSN). Overall it was an enriching session. The workshop ended with a Vote of Thanks rendered by CSN.

It is sincerely believed that the outcome of these workshops would be felt by teachers during their class room transactions by transforming their enthusiasm into the realization of goals of education.




A workshop on Issues relating to curriculum in Economics was conducted by Mr. Amitabh Pandey on 24th May at Audio Visual Room,Cambridge School,Noida. It was attended by Ms. Shelly Baveja , Ms. Anikini Dhall and Mr. Jamal.

It was an interactive workshop which focussed on various indices of Human Development Index comparing developed,developing and underdeveloped countries.
Data from India was incorporated.


 A workshop on Green School Program was conducted by Centre of Science and Environment on 23rd May, 2019 at Cambridge School, Srinivaspuri. It was attended by Kiran Sibal, Supriya Gupta, Susmita Dey and Areeba Sundus along with five students of class VIII.

It was an environmental education workshop directed to subtly sensitize students towards the environment. Through the program they promoted environment management system that audits, through students, the consumption of natural resources within school campuses and helps schools become good environmental managers by deploying pragmatic solutions to reduce wastage of precious resources. Overall the workshop was extremely enlightening for both the teachers and students.




A Math workshop was conducted by Mrs Sheela Shankar & Mrs. Padmini Ravi on 22nd May 2019 at Cambridge School, Noida which was attended by the Teachers of CSN & NFC and   Ms.Vasundhara Kaushik (middle school teacher & coordinator of VI-VIII (CSN) and Ms. Madhumita Ray ( HOD Mathematics CSN)

At the beginning of the workshop all the participants were distributed into 6 groups randomly. The workshop started with an activity based on Even Numbers & Odd Numbers. The activity was interesting and innovating using PPT and clay.

The middle part of the workshop aimed at problem solving (word problem) by using new methodology “MODEL MAKING” . In this method teachers were trained to solve any word problem without using algebraic variables. Class wise     (class I – class V) worksheets  containing 20 questions each were given to teachers to solve by the new methodology learnt . Teachers were participating enthusiastically to discuss few typical questions from worksheet.  The resource person explained the 4 components of problem solving:

To enhance logical skill amongst the participants various pattern problems were discussed using PPT, matchstick and worksheet.  Teachers were asked to explain the logic behind the pattern which was observed by them.  It was very interactive session. The workshop ended with an interesting activity which drilled the brainstorming of the teachers.




A workshop on Cyber Security was conducted by  Computer Science department of Cambridge School , Indirapuram  on 21st May 2019 .  It was attended by Mrs.Preeti Khanna and two Junior wing teachers .  The presentation highlighted about e-services :  e-connect, e-commerce which make our lives convenient and how to keep information safe and secure online.





Richa Sharma and Varun Jha have attended “Hindi Workshop” on 20.05.2019 at Cambridge Primary School, N.F.C. A presentation was given by Dr Bharti Anand on the topic of Teaching of Hindi. The gist of the workshop was that How to teach Hindi language at primary level and middle level in an effective way. Pre Primary, Primary and Middle School Hindi Teachers from all schools participated in this workshop. She emphasized to make class magazine to encourage students self compose article for it.    It was a very good learning experience for us.




On May 16th, 2019, Ms.Kiran Sibal, along with 5 students of class VIII, attended the Theatre in Education programme held at Cambridge School,  Indirapuram, on the Biology topic, ‘Crop Production and Management’. The session was entertaining and interesting.


A workshop on  Stress Management  was conducted by Dr. Sanjeev P. Sahani  on 15.05.19  at  N.C Jindal Public School.  It was attended by Ms Madhumita Ray and Ms Sarika Sharma.

Dr. Sanjeev Sahani is expert in behavioural science explained   thoroughly the terms Stress, Anxiety,Depression. He also told that 0-7 years is the formative years of a child. Value, Moral, perception are formed in this age. He exlained scientific terms like Electro Dermal, Electro mygrphy, Temperature of skin, Breathing rate. At the end of the session he explained four different brain waves  Delta, Theta, Alpha , Beta and their significance.



Cambridge School, Srinivaspuri organised a Chemistry seminar on the topic ‘Is Chemistry Killing Biology’ on 10th May, 2019. Teachers of chemistry department discussed on various aspects like drug addiction or abuse, the gas cloud, nuclear disasters, mustard gas and their impacts on human life.

The objective of the seminar was to accentuate the erratic human activities which has caused irrevocable damage to the mankind. The seminar was attended by Ms. Mamta Rishi, Ms. Ayesha Khan, Ms. Arpita Paul and Ms. Bindu Muralidharan.




A workshop on Oral Hygiene was conducted by the Interact Club of our school on 2nd may 2019 in our school library. DR. Chaitanya Murti, having about 50 years of clinical experience was the speaker. Class 11th and 12th Interact Club members, school cleaning staff members along with Ms. Mamta Rishi and Ms. Kirti Sasan attended the workshop.

Dr. Murti explained the harmful effects of chewing tobacco, smoking and drinking alcohol. He explained how chewing tobacco can destroy the cell membrane of our mouth and cause severe damage to it. He also told us about different oral diseases caused by such activities with pictures. He also suggested ways on how to reduce smoking and tobacco chewing. This workshop helped the school cleaning staff members understand the ill effects of such activities and generated awareness amongst all.

The students also took feedback from the cleaning staffs about the workshop conducted and if they wanted such enlightening workshops in future.


Scrap out Scrap

The Workshop- ‘ Scrap out Scrap’ was  attended by Ms.Kiran Sibal along with 10 Students of IX-X .This workshop was a part of the ongoing solid waste management project, “ SCRAP OUT SCRAP”. It was attended by around 15schools of the NCR. In this session the students assessed the strengths and weaknesses of their respective schools in terms of solid waste management and tried to design an action plan to achieve the target of being a ZERO WASTE school by 2020.

Chemical Cocktail: Presentation by Chemistry Department

Chemistry department presentation on Chemical Cocktail : ‘An emerging threat to human and environment’ was conducted by Mrs Mamta Rishi, Mrs Ayesha Khan, Mrs Arpita Paul and Mrs Bindu.M in the Seminar Room of Cambridge School Noida on 25th April,2019 . It was attended by Dr Kalyani Roy, Col. Chaudhary, Mr. Vikram Roy and teachers and students from sister Schools.

They discussed about the toxins present in commonly used household products and also how to avoid their harmful effects.


CAPACITY  BUILDING PROGRAMME workshop on CAREER GUIDANCE was conducted by CBSE on 26 and 27 April ‘2019 at  Shri Krishna Public School, Bhangel,Noida.  It was attended by Ms Roomki Mitra, Special Educator,Cambridge School,Noida.

The workshop aimed at providing insight to different career options related to different subjects along with exploring various skills and qualities required to match the requirements of  desired career paths

 WORKSHOP ON ‘Delhi’s Multi- Faceted heritage’ by INTACH

A teacher training workshop on Delhi’s Multi- Faceted heritage and world heritage sites was conducted by INTACH on 16th April,2019 in their campus on Lodhi road. Ms. Jennifer de Castro from Cambridge school,NOIDA attended the workshop.

The workshop was interesting and gave an opportunity to focus more on creativity and imaginations. It also developed a sense of responsibility towards preserving India’s common heritage and spread the importance of heritage in education by setting up various activities in schools heritage club.


Cambridge School, Srinivaspuri organized a Hindi seminar on the topic ‘ Bachchon Ki Dus Pasandida Kahaniyaan ‘ on 25 January, 2019. Audio-Visual aids were used to present the seminar. Teacher narrated the stories and two of the stories were enacted by them.

The objective of the seminar was to enhance the story writing skills of the students and also to develop their interest in the same. The seminar was attended by Mr. S.P. Sharma   and Mrs. Seema  Dimri  from Cambridge School,  Noida.


Ms. Kiran Sibal and Mr. Praveen Nagar attended a two-day CBSE capacity building workshop on Health and Physical Education at ITL school , Dwarka, from 18 Jan, 2019 to 19 Jan, 2019.


Five teachers,  Ms.Kiran Sibal, Ms.Sunita Pandita, Ms.Sarika, Ms.Kakolee and Ms.Kusumlata attended an inter school collaborative workshop on evaluating class X board papers subjectwise, at Springdales School, Pusa road, Delhi, on January 11, 2019. The teachers were involved in assessing the previous year question papers and giving suggestions for the future.

Ms. Jaya Pathak was attended Spic Macay programme of Ustad Murad Ali Khan’s  Sarangi recital along with ten student on 18th December 2018, at Sarla Chopra DAV Public School, Noida.

National Teachers Science Congress (NTSC) 2018

National Teachers Science Congress (NTSC) is a joint initiative of the National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC), Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India.

The focal theme for 9th NTSC was ‘Design literacy for effective science communication by educators’. Vikram Sarabhai Community Science Centre (VASCSC) hosted the 9th NTSC during 14-16 December 2018 at Ahmadabad and the venue was Centre for Environment Education (CEE) campus, Ahmadabad.

Ms Rachna Arora represented Cambridge School, NOIDA presented her paper “Enriching Lives” on the sub theme “Science Education for All”. The paper focused on the current educational ecosystem which shapes the basic understanding of the concept of science of general masses & the various methods which can facilitate to  make “science communication” as a high priority for all citizens, helping them to be interested in and understand the world around them, to engage in the discourses of and about science, to be skeptical and questioning claims made by others about scientific matters, to be able to identify questions, investigate and draw evidence-based conclusions, and to make informed decisions about the environment and their own health and well-being.


A visit was made to Setu Shiksha Jyoti Kendra in Sector 31 ,Noida.It is an organization which has been working towards educating destitute children, focusing on education of the girl child,women empowerment and skill development programs. As part of the interact club activity,  a visit was carried out to reach out to the children in the school and identify various psychological and emotional needs of the students.

Themes like dysfunctional family, alcoholism in the family and related stress, rights of a girl child, Anger Management issues and career guidance came out in the session and subsequent visits may be carried out addressing some of these issues.

The Project Head, Ms Jyotsna mentioned that such interactions of volunteering help used to be carried out before and gave suggestion of letting the teachers to be part of the teacher training programs held in Cambridge . That will help them to guide the students in a more effective manner.


Ms Nandita Sinha Roy (VP Academics) and Ms Anubha Rawat (TGT-English) attended a workshop organised by the British Council on 5th December 2018 at The Leela Ambience, Delhi. The Resource person, Ms Jemima provided an insight into the British Council’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) framework. The workshop focussed on professional values and practices, enabling skills and the importance of Leading teaching and learning.


Ms. Jaya Pathak along with 10 students of class XI visited DPS Noida to attend the Spicy Macay programme of Odissi Dance recital by Padamshree Madhavi Mudgal



TWO DAYS Capacity Building Programme on ‘Inclusion and Inclusive Strategies’ focusing on sharing ideas and resources for improvement in teaching learning process was  conducted by the CBSE, Centre of Excellence for Teachers, Dehradun. The training was scheduled at BILLABONG HIGH INTERNATIONAL ,Noida on 30 NOVEMBER- 01 DECEMBER 2018  from 09:00 AM to 5:30 PM.


Calligraphy Workshop organized by INTACH on 30/11/2018 at 9:00am-12:30pm in the INTACH, 71, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi 03 .Students of class IX and Ms. Jaya Pathak attended the Workshop.

This workshop has focused on Delhi’s culture and rich performing art forms. Students has learned the form of calligraphy in Urdu and English and was in collaboration with the celebrations of the World Heritage Week (19th – 25th November).


Md Jamal Ashraf from Department of social science spoke on the topic ‘Nationalism: The Past and Present in India’.The seminar was attended by Colonel Chaudhary from ERC, Vice Principal Ms. Nandita Sinha Roy, Various teachers and students of class 11th and 12th from the Humanities sections of Cambridge school Noida. A lot of questions were asked by the audience to understand the contradiction between Liberal and Conservative Nationalism.


A one day capacity building programme on Remodelled Assessment Structure for Classes IX and X was organized by CBSE Centre of Excellence at The Indian School, New Delhi on 15th November, 2018, which was attended by Ms. Mamta Rishi, HOD Chemistry and Ms. Kakolee Sengupta TGT English from Cambridge School, Noida. It was an informative session made interesting by engaging teachers through various activities related to the assessment structure.

Incidentally, the Restructured Assessment Model is already being followed in the school in letter and spirit. The resource persons emphasised that the periodic tests/ exams that are conducted in the school should be cumulative in nature and may be  as follows-

NIE Workshop 

A workshop on “Role of Educators in Modern Era” was organised by Times NIE group on 19th November, 2018 from 9.30 a.m to 2.30 p.m at the Kidzania Entertainment City, Noida. Ms. Jyoti Joshi and Ms. Bindu Muralidharan attended the workshop.

The Knowledge Meet was addressed by a panel of eminent personalities which included the youngest Astronomer Mr. Aryan Mishra, film maker Mr. Nilab Madhav Pandav, Managing Director of Shemrock Group of Schools Mr. Amol Arora, Co-Founder Director of Mr. Ritesh Hemrajani who discussed about the role of educators in shaping up the personalities of students in modern era.


Theme-  Distribution of paper bags made by students of Interact Club

Group of students of class IX who are members of Interact Club had gone to Indira Market, located close to school on  16 Nov 2018 and distributed paper bags made by them to the street vendors

This is an attempt made by students to create awareness among the vendors  about the use of eco friendly options and discontinue the  use of plastic bags.

Capacity Building Workshop 

Ms. Mamta Rishi and Ms. Kakolee Sengupta attended a One Day Capacity Building Programme on Remodelled Assessment Structure, organized by the CBSE Centre of Excellence at The Indian School, New Delhi  on 15th November, 2018

Capacity Building Programme for Business Studies teachers

A two day Capacity Building Workshop on Business Studies was held by CBSE at Cambridge School, Srinivaspuri on 30/10 & 31/10/18 with resource persons being Ms. ShivaniNagrath and Dr. C. B. Mishra.

The workshop acquainted teachers with new development and changes in the syllabus. Different teaching strategies and skill for effective transaction of curriculum was discussed in depth.It was a very interactive session with lot of quizzes, role-play and discussion of case studies.It was an enriching experience.

Capacity Building Programme for Polscience teachers

A two-day capacity building programme for Political Science PGTs was held at Army Public School, sector 37, Noida on 28th& 29th September 2018.

The training session was conducted by CBSE resource persons – Mr. Madan Lal Swahney and Mr. Dhiraj Singh master trainers and subject expert of the CBSE.

The resource persons laid emphasis on creating desire for learning, promoting out of the box thinking and to be ready for unpredictable queries by the students.They also discussed SMART, Bloom’s taxonomy and how to make question paper. “The language must be simple and disclose what is being asked.” The programme ended with the feedback session and vote of thanks given by the principal.



A workshop on POCSO was conducted on 27th September 2018 for all the staff members.

The objective of the workshop was to create awareness among the staff members about salient features of the act. The POCSO Committee made in the school will generate platform to create awareness among students to ensure their safety from the offenders, to address issues related to the Act.


Renowned Cyber Security Expert and Consultant Mr. Rakshit Tandon conducted two sessions on ‘Safe Surfing’ for parents, teachers and students on Thursday, August 30, 2018.

Mr. Tandon talked about the prevalent Cyber crimes such as Cyber bullying, online sexual abuse, online games, attacks, frauds, and online enticement. The workshop was an eye opener for one and all.



An Interactive lecture by Mr Varun Malhotra on The Power of Investing for Financial Freedom was organised by ERC at Cambridge School, Srinivaspuri on 21st May, 2018.

The objective of the session was to empower each participant to make the best of their financial  resources today for a financially secure future. It was indeed a very useful workshop by Mr Varun  Malhotra, a financial expert and alumnus of IIM Ahmedabad who shared some valuable tips and actually helped those present in the gathering to understand the power of investing.


The Society for the Advancement of Education (SAE) organized a four day workshop on Taking Social Science Out of the Classroom from 22ndMay, 2018 to 25thMay,2018 at Gazaar. Resource person for the workshop was Mr Harendra Chakhaiyar, Principal, Cambridge School, Indirapuram.

There were about 20 teachers from Cambridge School fraternity who attended the workshop. Four teachers viz. Ms. Puneet Kaur, Ms. Rachna Arora, Ms. Bindu and Mr. Zubair Ahmed, represented Cambridge School, Noida. The objective of the training programme was to make Social Science Curriculum interesting for middle and senior school by providing experience related to real life situations. The training programme was designed to encourage Field Survey Method as a teaching methodology. The workshop was very informative, educative and an eye opener as it helped dispel many perceptions regarding life in rural areas. It gave the participants an insight to introduce research based project which can be incorporated in teaching and learning process.


The National Progressive Schools’ Conference organised a workshop on Microchemistry in Maharaja Agrasen Model School, Pitampura on 27th April, 2018. This prestigious workshop was attended by Ms. Mamta Rishi (H.O.D Chemistry) from Cambridge School, Noida.


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