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Visit To ‘Pahal Foundation’

At The Indian Heights School, we strive to inculcate the qualities of empathy and compassion in our students who will be responsible future citizens of this society. We, therefore, engage them in philanthropical activities.  The students of the Primary Wing visited ‘Pahal Foundation’ on February 4, 2020.  This is an NGO working for the benefit of the less privileged children of the society. Our students generously donated stationery, books, clothes, toys etc. to the children there. It was a wonderful opportunity and a great learning experience for these children to engage with the children at the NGO. This gave them a deeper understanding of the varied sections that exist in society. The students also presented a song and played games with these children. All in all, it was a memorable and insightful day for our students.



Road Safety Week

In order to raise awareness, on road safety – a ‘Road Safety Week’ is being organized from January 13 to January 17, 2020 at the school premises. A variety of activities are being planned related to the road safety, driving rules and precautions to be taken. To kick start the week, videos on road safety were shown to the students and discussion initiated.  Students of the Primary Wing participated in a 'Road Safety Drive' on January 15, 2020 in the school and took it into the neighbourhood as well.  They used placards and posters on road safety measures. They made bookmarks which were distributed to everyone. This highlighted the importance of wearing helmet and seat belt while driving.



Roti Daan

Christmas is around the corner. The spirit of Christmasof giving and sharing  was fully demonstrated by the Jr. Wing of the school. The students brought one extra tiffin which was collected by the studentleaders and was distributed among the less privileged members of the neighbourhood. We thank our parents for their contribution towards this act of kindness.



TIHS hosts Community Lunch Programme

“It is not about how much we give, but how much love we put into giving”

The Indian Heights School has been actively promoting ‘Joy of Giving’ campaigns by engaging students in charitable acts of donating books, toys, stationery items and woollen to the needy. Pursuing the noble thought and to further strengthen the ideology of ‘Sharing is Caring’,the school initiated a Community Lunch Programme on August 30, 2019, where students from middle and senior wing carried one extra tiffin from home comprising of  two puris/ paranthas or chappatis  and one sabji for the needy.  The student council members collected the contribution from every classroom in the morning to host the lunch. The lunch commenced during school lunch hours and witnessed large gathering. The school principal Ms. Archana Narain commended the generous gesture of the students and stressed that  acts of sharing  strengthens the values of empathy and harmony as citizens of one nation.The school management also appreciated the effort made by the students to work for a cause to spread the message of  happiness and togetherness.



Awareness Programe on Vector Borne Diseases

The Indian Heights School as the nodal centre conducted an informative and engaging session to sensitize the students on vector borne diseases like malaria, dengue and chikungunya on September 23, 2019. Theschools from neighboring areas participated in the event. Dr. Vimal Kaushal, the nodal officer for controlling the vector borne diseases of South West Zone apprised the gathering about the Do’s and Don’ts to prevent the diseases and how important it is to take care of our surroundings as Prevention is better than cure. Dr. Indrani Mandal, senior medical officer in charge, Delhi Government Health Centre, also conducted a very interactive and informative session on the topic.All the participating schools presented a short cultural program, to strongly convey the  message, that individual alertnessis the need of the hour.  These Mosquito related diseases need to be fought against cohesively and valiantly. The school principal, Ms. Archana Narain in her key note address emphasized the need for each student to act as an “informed champion” of the anti-vector campaign. She further reiterated that participation in such knowledgeable campaigns help us to instill the values of civic sense and societal commitment among school children.



Swachhata Pakhwada

To promote the  campaign for Swachh Bharat- SwachhataPakhwada,  was observed in the school premise from  September 1, 2019 to September 15, 2019. In order to create awareness among the students regarding ‘Cleanliness’ various activities were conducted for the students. ‘SwachhataShapath’ was organized on the very first day of the Pakhwada, wherein all the students and the staff of the school pledged their sincerity towards Cleanliness. Special Assembly, Slogan Writing, Poster Making, Letter Writing are some of the activities that were organized to sensitize students about the importance of Cleanliness in life. As a part of Community Outreach Program,students went to clean nearby parks and surroundings, to carry out the mission of Swachh Bharat.



Green Colour Day

Green is the prime colour of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises’.

The sunny and bright  morning of July 12, 2019 witnessed  celebration of ‘Green Colour Day’ at Kindergarten. Students and teachers dressed up in different hues of Green, actively took part in the plantation drive and   planted few saplings in and around the school premises. Moreover, the icing on the cake was a special visit by Russian Delegates who enthusiastically participated in the Green  Colour Day celebrations and planted saplings  along with the tiny tots.



‘Nurture Nature, Save Future Week’

‘The Earth is what we all have in common

And a small group of thoughtful and committed citizens can change the world….’

In the wake of upswing environmental degradation graph, it becomes the duty of every member of the society to contribute a little towards saving environment. Students showcased exemplary enthusiasm in spreading the crucial message in the week long celebrations of ‘Nurture Nature, Save Future Week’. Our tiny tots stepped ahead to inspire, educate and motivate one and all  to save our earth by the medium of a’Fancy Dress competition.’ The senior studentstook part in the ‘Environ Drive-My Earth, My Duty’. Wearing eco-friendly handmade headgears and holding posters and banners they marchedwithin andaround the school premises. ‘Deeper Look into Nature’, an Inter-House Quizwas also conducted on conserving environment. Students showcased their artistic skills while making creative items from biodegradable substances under ‘Nature Craft’and ‘Eco Snacks Making ’ activities  on the theme - ‘Environment’. These activities  have surely sensitized  and reconnected the  students with nature.