Session 2019-20

A Visit to Zoo
A trip to the National Zoological Park was organised for the students of Pre-Primary on 7th Dec.2019. The Zoo of Delhi is home to several birds, reptiles and mammals. The students enthusiastically explored and observed an array of birds and animals as their teachers pointed out their special characteristics. From hyenas to leopard, rabbits, tortoise, alligators, crocodiles, deers, tigers etc. students got a chance to closely observe each one of animals present. They were sensitized about their environment and fellow living beings. An underlying message learnt on the excursion was the need to love and nurture the animal kingdom which is a gift of Mother Nature. It was a day filled with fun and frolic for the young learners. During their journey back to school in bus, tiny tots shared their observations taken during the field trip. In true sense, this visit to the zoo helped our students co-relate the concepts they had been learning in class with real life experiences gathered at the zoo.

A photo walk for the students of grades V-IX was organized on 15th October. The students visited Humayun tomb, venue for photo walk and saw the monument through their lens. They clicked pictures from various angles under the guidance of Mr. Prasan Kapoor. The selected pictures were displayed in the school.

An educational trip to Lohagarh farm for the students of grades III-XII was organised on 19th October 2019. The purpose of the program was to allow students to become independent, confident and learn important life skills. The trip included various activities like weaving charkha, pottery, grain grinding, matka painting etc. The students also enjoyed games like shooting by air gun, gulel, gullee danda, tug of war etc. The students also undertook adventure activities like commando crawl, tarzan swing, rope climbing etc. The highlight of the trip was DJ and music which was thoroughly enjoyed by the students before return journey.

Solar Lamp making
To mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, over a million students from over 100 countries across five continents paid tribute to the Father of our Nation – in a way he would have probably truly appreciated.
Chetan Singh Solanki, an associate professor at the Department of Energy Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, spearheaded this unique campaign that involved children from across the world making solar-charged study lamps in their schools and taking a pledge of “non-violence to environment” as a tribute to Gandhi and his teachings.
20 students of our school from classes VI to IX along with two faculty members, Mr Divyendu Priyadarshi, and Ms Shraddha Mathuria as trainers, participated in an event ‘Global Student Solar Ambassador Workshop’ held at Indira Gandhi Stadium Complex in the National capital, Delhi organised by Ministry of New and Renewable Energy.
The objective of the event was to increase the awareness of the world, especially, children, towards the environmental issues and how solar power generation could solve some of the problems significantly. The most prominent means of electricity generation is by burning coal, but it creates significant pollution. Solar cell is a device to produce electricity from sunlight. If coal can be replaced with solar energy, we can save our environment up to an extent. Further, replacing petroleum feeding cars by solar cars reduces further pollution of our environment. But, to achieve these goals, we need a global awareness towards the miracles of solar energy. Students from Delhi-NCR lighted over 10,000 solar lamps to attempt a world record.
All participants were given a kit which consisted of components of a solar lamp, together with necessary tools like multimeter and soldering machine. Students, with the help of trainers, had to assemble it in specified time limit.
The concluding session was addressed by Prakash Javadekar, Minister of Environment, Forest and climate change. The participants took oath to save environment. This incident was recorded in the Guinness world record.

There is no substitute for books as it always lead us from ignorance to knowledge. It also plays a paramount role in teacher's life. With this thought 10 teachers from their respective departments of Maths, Science, English, Computer, Music and Arts of the school visited Delhi Book Fair at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The theme of the book Fair was dedicated to the commemoration of 150th birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi which had also been depicted with a pictorial exhibition and there was a thematic display of books pertaining to the Gandhian thoughts and life. Besides opportunity to browse there an assortment of books of different genres of literature, art, culture and science teachers also witnessed different dance forms of India. Teachers discovered wide range of great books enough to get any child excited by reading it.

Jaypee Public School, Greater Noida organized a 4-day educational trip from 28-May-19 to 1st June-19 for students of grades VI-XII
The trip itinerary included visit to Mussoorie, Dhanaulti and Dehradun. A group of 25 students was escorted by Mr. Pradeep Sharma and Ms. Shalini Gupta.
At Mussoorie students went to visit Jawahar Aquarium where they observed different species of fishes including clown fish made popular by famous Disney character, Nemo. Students went for a hike to Gun Hill Point and enjoyed various games/activities. They shopped for gifts for their near and dear ones at Mall Road. During visit to Dhanaulti, students went for activities like Zip Line, Sky Bridge, Valley Crossing etc. The students also visited Eco Park and observed tall Deodars reaching for sky and other vegetation. They enjoyed hiking in the park and observing the different types of vegetation. At Dehradun Students visited Forest Research Institute, a huge set-up with colonial architecture, eco-friendly building leaving very less carbon footprint. Inside the Institute, students learned about various types of plant diseases, their causes and the preventive measures that can be taken. They also learned about forestry for sustainable development. In the evening, students visited Robbers’ Cave and enjoyed DJ night arranged at the hotel. It was a trip filled not only with good memories but also with a sense of camaraderie, wherein students learned living and working together as a group.

Trip to Muddy Boots – 5 November 2018

Before the onset of Diwali break, the students of grade 6-12 went for a trip to Muddy Boots located at Gaur City, Greater Noida. A whole range of fun-filled adventure activities were organized for the students throughout the day by Rocksport. The students performed adventure tasks and enjoyed these activities under the supervision of Rocksport personnel.