Recent Activities

School Integrated Program

An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.

At TIHS, we believe in imparting and equipping our students in every domain to brace the changing and fast paced world. Pioneering in the vision to render futuristic learning, the school conducted an immersive orientation session in collaboration with Aakash Byjus themed \'School Integrated Program\' on 18 March,2023. The resource person, Dr. Surender Kumar Chauhan, Regional Director, Aakash Institute, rendered a deep insight into the program attended by the parents and students from class IX to XI. The remarkable talk session apprised everyone about upskilling the young generation through diverse channels i.e. competitive exams as well as CBSE exams. The school Principal Ms. Archana Narain, in her key note address shed light on how the integrated program will benefit the students and groom them for various entrance exams. She also emphasised how students shouldn\'t be pressured to follow some certain career but should be given the freedom to follow their passion. The orientation helped parents and students to understand why they must begin and follow a study plan from class IX onwards. The session also highlighted various study plans available to them, online resources and methodology used by Aakash faculty. The interactive platform informed parents about Scholarship admission cum scholarship tests, difference between CBSE board exam and Competitive exams. The session ended with one to one discussion on career guidance and counselling with the parents and students.The convincing channel was applauded and appreciated by the parents as now they look forward to more such knowledgeable interactions.

Annual Club Presentation

Success is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying and most of all passion for what one is doing.

The clubs in school work as a constructive channel to hone the skills and give the opportunities to learners to express themselves in more creative and innovative ways. The students from classes VI to IX showcased their learning journey through Annual Club Presentation for the academic session 2022-23. The presentation supplemented with rich blend of diverse performances laced with learning objectives and learning outcomes of each club receive much applause. Each of the clubs namely MUN,Health and Wellness, Literary Club, Quiz Club, Heritage Club, SUPW, Eco, Peer Interact and Theatre highlighted the initiatives undertook ,accolades won and how the students became more competent through diverse learning experiences. The performances in the forms of enactments, monologues, street plays garnered appreciation and praise of one and all.

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Ecosystem and Purpose of Establishing SIC in Schools

Every accomplishment begins with the decision to try.

The Indian Heights School with its ethos of learning as an ever evolving and progressive process, leaves no stone unturned to garner and supplement learners with new age learning. In tandem with this learning objective, the students from class VI to IX attended an orientation session on \"Innovation and Entrepreneurship Ecosystem and Purpose of Establishing SIC in Schools\" on March 06, 2023 highlighting the importance of bringing inevitable changes to benefit mankind through the initiative \"School Innovation Council\" under the aegis of Ministry of Education\'s Innovation Cell. Through the interactive and informative session, the Innovation Ambassadors Ms Aayushi Tanwer and Ms Gargi Chatterjee, apprised the students about the objectives of the SIC, the categories to choose from and the guidelines for the same. The students enthusiasm was visible as they discussed the guidelines in detail. The Activity Coordinator/Convener for the project, Ms Bindu Sangwan, motivated the students by paying emphasis on \"Think big. Think dmall. Think in-between. Just think!\" With the last date to submit the idea(s) for Round One i.e. Idea Creation Challenge is April 17, 2023, the students are now geared doing the spade work and steering their research work and facts to come out with best innovative idea.


Grandparents are a delightful blend of laughter, caring deeds, wonderful stories, and unconditional love.

The Indian Heights School firmly believes in nurturing the young ones by supplementing the learning based on skills, competencies and good values. With this ardent objective,the Pre-Primary Wing of the school organized a cultural programme celebrating its Annual Grand Parents Day on Saturday, March 4, 2023. The bejeweled presence of Chief Guest Lt. Gen. & Mrs Raj Kadyan, school Principal Ms Archana Narain along with special guests Ms Reena and Ms Tokas brought an ethereal edge to the GALA GRANDPARENTS’ DAY CELEBRATION @THE INDIAN HEIGHTS SCHOOL, DWARKA. The day commenced with ceremonial lighting of the lamp. The school principal Ms. Archana Narain accorded a warm welcome to the Chief Guest and all the grandparents for their warm and blessed presence. She further quoted that celebrations like these, provide an opportunity to learn and rediscover worldly wisdom, valuable life lessons and survival skills.She further emphasized that grandparents as a revered and rich reservoir of experience has so much to impart especially when it comes to sustainable living. The spectacular show put up by the talented little geniuses of pre-primary wing guided and trained by skilled teachers and class in charges win adulations from everyone present. The stage reveled with wit, humour, enactment, music dance and comraderie as the little superstars and the grandparents lined up rendering spectacular performances comprising of fun games and brilliant performances. The day buzzed with ever-escalating excitement as the grandparents shared their prized moments of experiences that chronicled time and enlightened everyone present. The grand finale saw overwhelming enthusiasm and thrill in the air as the auditorium was brimming with the electrifying energy of the cheering audience. The chief guest highly lauded the effort put by the teachers and little ones in putting up the spectacular show and stressed that grandparents day celebrations brings the diverse interpretations of life under one canopy and is an immersive experience. The Headmistress, Ms Meghana Dungrakoti, sprinkled highly motivating words of wisdom. She expressed her gratitude towards the grandparents as the guiding light for the young saplings and applauded the awe-inspiring performances rendered by the students of the Pre-Primary Wing. The day culminated with the rendition of the National Anthem. This day marked yet another flag of glory and victory in the history of The Indian Heights School, and we commit ourselves to an ever-growing bond between the parents-students-school. Lending the human touch to every event possible is what TIHS stands for. Caring never ends @TIHS

Workshop on Adapting Adolescence

My beauty is not about how I look. My beauty is about my heart and soul.

The famous quote perfectly summarises the workshop conducted for the girls of grade 4 and 5 on the topic: Adapting Adolescence. The talk was presided by the School Headmistress, Ms Meghana Dungrakoti who initiated the discussion around adolescence and embracing puberty. The facilitator Ms Priyanka Grewal made the students aware about the science of human body and the changes that occur during puberty. The students were sensitised about the importance of sanitation and developing healthy eating habits along with exercising to maintain a fit body and mind.

Middle Wing celebrated Bagless Day

Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.

The Indian Heights School fosters an educational ecosystem where holistic learning is ensured through engaging activities. The Middle Wing celebrated Bagless Day on February 20, 2023. In alignment with NEP 2020,the day commenced with an enlightening workshop on digital safety. High on bagless activities,the day progressed with Toy Mela, where students made subject oriented board games. This entailed photo frame making activity where students captured the memories of 2022-23 as they created collage of the wonderful and memorable images. The bagless day activities once again reiterated the concept of upskilling the learners thereby strengthening the self-expression.

Eco and Heritage Club Culmination @ Primary Wing TIHS

Clubs at school enhance learning through interaction and discussion. Activities carried out by the club encourage students to cultivate a different perception of life. Every student who becomes a member of the Eco-Heritage Club is motivated to participate in heritage conservation and learn more about their local heritage. Various activities were conducted throughout the session to make children understand the environment and environmental problems. The club had its culmination assembly on February 21, 2023, for the session 2022-23. The students presented an array of renditions to showcase their year-long learning and emphasised the theme “Azaadi ka Amrit Mahotsav; Taj ke Sang” and conveyed the underlying message of Hamari Sanskriti Hamari Dharohar. The highlight of the assembly was the performance of a tiny tot of grade 1 that was the fusion of classical dance and western music That was a perfect synchronisation of Indian culture and modernisation. In her admirable dialogue with the young minds, the Headmistress, Mrs Meghana Dungrakoti emphasised that India is known for its rich cultural heritage. Diversification is the identity of the country. We all should take pride in the diversity of Indian culture and value and preserve the rich heritage of India. Ma’am also enunciated the SDGs that we contribute towards through our clubs.

Blessings Ceremony for Class X & XII

Education is the oar that holds the life together during chirpy waters. Similarly, blessing the students is a sacred custom to pass on the values and armour the young learners for the tumultuous journey ahead. To seek the benevolence of the Almighty, the students, teachers and parents attended the Blessing Ceremony organized for the students of class X and XII in school central lawns on February15, 2023. The day initiated with the Hawan ceremony performed by the school principal Ms Archana Narain, Headboy Srijan Mahajan and Headgirl Jianna Thomas. The ceremonious hawan was attended by the students , teachers and parents. The students then offered floral petals to Goddess Saraswati and took blessings from their mentors. This was followed by the distribution of prasadam.The school principal in her address wished good luck to all the students and encouraged them to pass the examination with flying colours to keep the spirits high. The students then penned their wishes on the Wish-Tree. The day also witnessed students engaged in scribbling and writing messages as they created memories to be cherished forever. The teachers also conveyed their best wishes to the students for the board Examinations. The day concluded for everyone with a determined and cheerful spirit to brace the upcoming examination.

Pink Color Day Celebrations

Pink symbolizes youth, good health, and playfulness. It’s the flush of first fondness and stands for nurturing feminity. The impact of the colour Pink kindles friendship, harmony, and affection. Colours add zest and vibrancy to our lives. Pink resonates with the same spirit and that’s why this was the chosen colour of the month. The students of Little Steps participated enthusiastically in the Pink Day celebrations on February 14, 2023. Adorning their pretty pink-coloured outfits, they spoke ardently about their favourite pink objects and toys. The tiny tots enjoyed watching rhymes and videos blending with the colour theme. The importance and affinity towards using pink as a colour was fostered, as the tiny tots participated in a variety of hands-on activities such as hand painting and origami craft activity. Drawing a bright flamingo using colour-mixing skills and making a boat using an origami sheet enabled them to understand the composition of the colour Pink. The Head Mistress, Ms Meghana Dungrakoti complimented the children on their stupendous efforts and stressed the importance of the colour Pink in our lives. The young enthusiasts thoroughly enjoyed the entire experience and simultaneously gathered a deeper understanding of the aesthetics of pink colour. It was indeed a visual treat to witness the little ones dancing and glowing in the pink hue. Thus, the purpose of celebrating Pink colour day was a huge success.

Genesis of Genius@TIHS

The Primary Wing of The Indian Heights School held a special Storytelling session on Saturday, February 11, 2023. The students put forth a commendable show ‘Mice n Men’; an adaptation of the famous fable ‘The Pied Piper of Hamelin’. The dance drama was marvelled at by the parent populace. The tiny tots had an exhilarating time during the Draw & Colour and Fancy Dress Competitions, which offered them a platform to showcase their creative streak. The event was presided by the Guests of Honour and judges, Ms Reena Agarwal and Ms Vrinda Sharma, who appreciated and commended the efforts of the school and students. The day culminated with some Rumble in the Field as some interesting races were organized for the students and their parents. The School Principal, Ms Archana Narain addressed the gathering and emphasized being role models for the children at home as well, as they learn the best by setting an ideal example from their closest members. The School Headmistress, Ms Meghana Dungrakoti expressed her gratitude towards the parents and stressed that children are the future and our school focuses on honing their skills and talent to an overwhelming level of excellence, displaying global competency. The parent fraternity was brimming with overwhelming gratitude toward the school authorities for holding such collaborative and inclusive fun sessions for the young adults and the parents as well. These gave ample opportunities for the parent-school bond to grow stronger. It is the occasions like these, that foster a better home-school partnership that transforms the environment into a conducive one to learning and amplified growth.

Cooking Club Culmination @ Primary Wing TIHS

At the Primary Wing of TIHS, it is our endeavour to make students learn all life skills. Clubs are vivid platform where learners not only refine their skills but also get a chance to Innovate. The Flameless Cooking Club forms an integral component of extra-curricular activities. The Club is in session every Thursday and the members — our little chefs —are baptised into the world of cooking as they imbibe basic culinary etiquettes and learn to make dishes without using the fire. They are familiarised with various culinary tools and appliances as well as the distinct styles of cooking. The Club had its Culmination Assembly on Tuesday for the session 2022-23. The students presented their year-long learning through a beautiful presentation and emphasised the omnipresent 4H learning@TIHS in their club. The School Headmistress, Ms Meghana Dungrakoti appreciated their efforts and reiterated the virtue of being grateful for the hardwork that goes into cooking. She further emphasized that cooking as a time consuming art strengthens the values like patience and endurance and that those who cook at home; be it mothers, grandmothers or servants, shoulder a great responsibility. Ma’am also pointed that how the 9 Multiple Intelligences are applied at various clubs in the school that allow us to explore endless possibilities. The School Principal, Ms Archana Narain also addressed the students and motivated them stating that clubs hone innovation and activities like Flameless Cooking trigger the creative and innovative streaks amongst learners. Ma’am also mentioned that with a little passion and dedication towards the activities combined with aid from facilitators can transform kids into prodigious individuals of tomorrow.

Bid Adieu to the Outgoing Batch of 2022-23

The ceremonious Farewell to bid adieu to the outgoing batch of 2022-23was organised by the students of class XI on February 4, 2023.The radiant and spectacular show was adorned as the students of class XII came beautifully attired in accordance with the theme of the day ‘Pirates of the Hearts’. The day commenced on a note of gratitude as the outgoing batch presented their tokens of gratitude to the school and the other dignitaries. The momentous occasion high on scintillating song and dance performances was regaled by one and all. Exciting fun games kept the momentum rolling as each presentation received cheers and applaud from everyone. The teachers showered their blessings on the outgoing batch and the students gave heart-warming valedictory speeches as they recounted their school experiences in emotional and nostalgic overtones. An emotional yet beautiful video reminisced the joyous moments of the years spent together with peers and teachers. The highlight of the day, the ramp walk witnessed the students put their best foot forward followed by some witty and candid answers in the QA round to claim the coveted titles. Jianna Thomas and Srijan Mahajan were adjudged Ms. TIHS and Mr.TIHS- 2022-23. The outgoing batch was felicitated with mementoes by the school Principal Ms Archana Narain as a token of remembrance. In her motivating and illuminating address, she showered her blessings on the students and wished them to attain greater heights. She reminded them that the school has empowered them with right tools and knowledge to brave a new world outside the school portal and as 21st learners, they must value the onus of taking a responsibility and fulfilling it to the best. The day concluded with a ceremonious lunch. Before the emotional goodbyes, students also got the chance to tap their foot on the dance floor with their peers and teachers.

Bharat Darshan Park Educational Trip

“Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere.”

Every educational trip comes across as an in-depth learning experience. The students of Little Steps and Primary Wing of The Indian Heights School explored Bharat Darshan Park during such an educational trip. The opulent structures were magnificently an art of ‘waste to wonder’. The students and facilitators had a fun filled learning experience. The various monument replicas like Taj Mahal, Victoria Palace, Meenakshi Temple were a sight to behold. The immaculately made structures were insightful and provided ample of knowledge. The school management always ensures that learning never takes a back seat and therefore, such trips are planned centralising the idea of learning outside the realms of classroom boundaries. The students’ joy is always infectious and they painted the town red with their smiles and laughter. The Junior Student Council extended their regard and gratitude to school management on behalf of the entire Primary Wing for such an experience.

MindWars Quiz

\"Quizzing is the best pedagogical tool to strengthen 21st century skills. \"

The Indian Heights School organized a vibrant quiz on February 7,2023 for the students of classes VI to IX in collaboration with MindWars, nation\'s largest quiz platform under the aegis of Zee News. Level-1, the written test opened to all the students was conducted wherein 12 participants as team of six, made it to Level-2. The quiz comprised of four rounds, with Round-I and Round-II as General Question Answer , Round-III as Progressive Clues and Round-IV as Wipe Out Round.Each round had nine categories,namely \'History and Politics\', \'Geography\',Sports\', \'Language and Literature \', \'Current Affairs\', \'Business and Finance\', \'Entertainment\', \'Science\' and \'Art and Culture\'which each of the team could choose to answer the questions. Quiz Master , Aman Chaudhary briefed the rules of challenging rounds and the teams tussled through to bag the coveted positions. Audience Round witnessed an overwhelmed participation as the enthusiastic students answered every question correct. Each response in the quiz received cheers and applause. The participants displayed good sportive spirit and indepth knowledge as they aptly managed well chiselled skills like team work, problem solving and decision making along with time management. The quiz was indeed a rewarding learning experience for everyone.

Activity Clubs @ Primary Corridors

Clubs are as essential as academics in the Primary Wing of TIHS as they give the right exposure and ensure that the learners gain an insightful experience.With the underlying aim to develop a sense of collaborative teamwork, hone creative skills and achieve personal and group goals, the Clubs were conducted.The Headmistress, Ms Meghana Dungrakoti interacted with the young champions and appreciated their marvellous creations. She encouraged the kids that with such activities their communication skills and creative thinking shall be enriched all while they have fun.

To stay in vogue, the following activities were conducted:

Eco and Heritage- Lippan Art
Dramaturgy- Pair-Up
STEAM Spectrum- Model of Lungs
Craft Bazaar- Paper Basket, Butterfly craft
Flameless Cooking- Schezwan Chilli Cheese rolls
Health and Wellness- Anti-Junk Campaign

World Leprosy Day

\" Martyrdom is the sacrifice one makes to attain freedom for coming generations.\"

The Middle Wing of the The Indian Heights School conducted a special morning assembly on January 30, 2023 to commemorate the death anniversary of \'The Father of the Nation\' , Mahatma Gandhi. The day pays tribute by immortalising the ultimate sacrifices made by countless freedom fighters during the freedom struggle. The assembly commenced with morning prayers and meditation. Theme oriented vocabulary and thought of the day further enlightened the gathering on the importance of the day. Facts shared by the students highlighted the core principles of Gandhiji\'s i.e. non- violence, truth and harmony. Facts on \'World Leprosy Day\' were also covered as the day is also observed on January 30,2023. Teacher talk underpinned how today, in the 21st century, with intolerance and indifferences on the rise again, there is an ardent need to revive the spirit of goodwill and instill in everyone the core values of morality, simplicity and being tolerant as followed and taught of Mahatma Gandhi. The entire fraternity observed a two minute silence to pay tribute to the \' Father of the Nation\' and many other unsung heroes for their seamless sacrifice. The assembly culminated with National Anthem.

Middle Wing celebrated Constitution Week

“The Constitution is not a mere lawyer’s document, it is a vehicle of Life, and its spirit is always the spirit of Age.”

At TIHS, we believe in developing strong cultural and political insights in all our students. The Middle Wing celebrated Constitution Week from January 23, 2023 to January 27, 2023. The week emphasised on developing respect and value our Constitution. Throughout the week, students were engaged in various activities such as National Flag making, National bird making, National Animal and making tricolour food.The week culminated with an informative worksheet based on India and Constitution. These activities helped them in understanding patriotism and developing critical thinking.They also acquainted them with the ethos of the cultural nation.

TIHS came together to observe Martyr’s Day

“Martyrs are not made in the boardrooms, they ooze valour and courage in every breath at the forefront”

The students and faculty of the Primary Wing of TIHS came together to observe Martyr’s Day on January 30 as it marks the death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. A special assembly was conducted on this occasion. The assembly was graced with the presence of students, staff and the Headmistress Ms Meghana Dungrakoti in her admirable note reiterated the message of the Father of the Nation for young kids; be the ambassadors of change if you wish to bring out a change in the society. The school also observed two minutes of silence to pay reverence to Bapu. The tiny tots of Little Steps Wing were shown a real-life size Charkha symbolic of self-sufficiency and freedom. The students of grades 1 and 2 gave a scintillating performance on the life and teachings of Bapu as his life is a message of non-violence and peace. The highlight of the day was the little stars performing with much gusto and enthusiasm.

CBSE Capacity Building Program on Art Integration

\" Art has the power to transform, to illuminate, to educate, inspire and motivate\"

The Indian Heights School conducted CBSE Capacity Building Program on ‘Art Integration’ on January 28, 2023. The CBSE Resource Person Dr. Reetika Bhandari , HOD Chemistry GHPS New Delhi and Ms. Aishwarya Taneja, Senior Academic Coordinator Microsoft Educator Expert, implored on the need to incorporate art into all forms of learning. The workshop commenced with ice- breaking activities like drawing and light dance session to set the pace. The interactive session highlighted on the importance of Art Integration, the emphasis being on planning activities along with rubrics designed, essence and types of performing and visual arts, Blooms Taxonomy along with three learning domains, the rationale of art integration and interdisciplinary approach. The need to distinguish between learning objective and learning outcome in a lesson plan and the role of the teachers as the most valuable resource of an educational institution and that how they not only transact curriculum but are also responsible for generating enthusiasm for learning was aptly reiterated. The teachers from all the three wings i.e. primary, middle and senior wing of the school attended the informative workshop. The edifying training session equipped the teachers with knowledge and skills to create and curate multifaceted activities weaved into art integration.

Republic Day and Vasant Panchami Celebration

\" TIHS celebrates the twin festivals of Republic Day and Vasant Panchami with patriotic gusto and festive fervour\"

Keeping the soaring spirits of Republic Day high, soaked in auspicious hues of Vasant Panchami, The Indian Heights School, celebrated the two festivals on January 26,2023 with much spirited zeal and reverence. The eventful day was graced with the vibrant presence of school management , school Chairperson Ms. Madhu Gupta and school Manager Mr. Puneet Gupta alongwith school Principal Ms. Archana Narain. The day commenced with the customary flag hoisting of the Tri- colour followed by the National Anthem. Releasing of the tri-colour balloons by the dignitaries kept the spirits high for everyone as the students and facilitators cheered with a commitment to work together towards the school vision and mission. The day unfolded with spectacular performances comprising of group song and speech in Hindi. Enthused in auspicious hues of yellow and white, celebrating the true essence of Vasant Panchami, the entire fraternity joined for the customary Hawan ceremony performed in school premises. Amidst the chants of prayers, holy fire and fragrance of incense sticks and flowers, the ceremony was performed to seek blessings of Maa Saraswati , the Goddess of knowledge, intellect and fine arts. Distribution of ritualistic prasadam after the hawan was savoured by one and all. The school management extended their festive wishes to all the members of the TIHS family and wished them all the success and prosperity in all the future endeavours and pursuits.


The Primary Wing of The Indian Heights School observed the Road Safety Week to create awareness amongst students regarding traffic rules. The underlying theme was to reduce casualties of road accidents and stay alert and alive. A campaign in the form of ‘Nukkad Natak’ was taken out by students of class V children to create awareness. The Students pledged to create awareness, did a mock drill and role play activity and also made beautiful and motivational slogans and posters and a special assembly was also conducted to conclude the week long celebrations. The Students participated enthusiastically and the efforts were also encouraged by everyone. The headmistress of the school, Ms Meghana Dungrakoti also sensitised the students on road safety and reiterated that life is precious so we must be extra conscious while on road.

Assembly on Netaji subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti

\"No real change in history has been achieved by discussion\"

To mark the 176th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Boae, the Middle Wing conducted a special assembly on 23 January, 2023. Remembering the great hero and his modernised ideologies, the assembly was conducted by the students of Manas House.The assembly commenced with morning prayers followed by theme oriented thought of the day, vocabulary word, facts highlighting the valuable contribution of the iconic leader, SDGs 2030 and a glimpse into the world around through news headlines. The Teacher Address focused on how Netaji and his courageous choices made him a leader. The illuminating assembly concluded with the rendition of the National Anthem.

Little Step celebrates Rumble in the Field@TIHS

“The more difficult the victory, the greater the happiness in winning\"

The Indian Heights School envisions its multitudinous growth with parents as its core team. We always strive to offer opportunities that bring the school and parent fraternity closer and yield amplified development. Never leaving an opportunity of sharing our joys and fun times with the treasured parents- the FUN MORNING organised in the school premises on January 21, 2023, by the Pre-Primary Wing was just another addition to the realm. A fun-filled day was planned for the students and parent fraternity of the Little Steps Wing. The School Chairperson Ms Madhu Gupta and the School Principal Ms Archana Narain graced the occasion with their vibrant presence. In her welcome address, the School Principal, Ms Archana Narain emphasised on creating groomed and well-grounded individuals thereby making core memories. The School Headmistress Ms Meghna Dungrakoti in her notable key address emphasised that sports improve one\'s competence, bring into life-top level brilliance and give strength to brave ordeals and uncertainties in life as they impart important life lessons and refine core life skills like problem-solving, critical thinking, decision making collaboration and above all teamwork.The zestful races and games were rejoiced by everyone alike and the winners were felicitated by the school chairperson and the school principal. The overwhelmed parents\' participation was cheered and applauded by one and all. It was indeed a day to jump off, stumble and rumble in the field with steering enthusiasm.

Veer Bal Diwas @Junior Wing, TIHS

The Primary Wing of The Indian Heights School recalled the courage of the Sikh Gurus on the occasion of Veer Bal Diwas (Sahibzada Diwas) and offered prayers to Guru Gobind Singh Ji who sacrificed his four sons to protect the culture and religion of India. The sacrifice of the Sikh Gurus is an inspiration for the people of our nation and this day is an occasion to express gratitude to the four sons of Guru Gobind Singh -- Ajit Singh, Fateh Singh, Zorawar Singh and Jujhar Singh. The school on this occasion sensitised children about the Sikh Gurus and engaged them in insightful worksheets and interactive video modules. The Headmistress, Ms Meghana Dungrakoti interacted with the students enthusiastically and reiterated that Veer Bal Diwas connects us with history, it provides an opportunity to express gratitude to the Sikh Gurus who gave us strength with their devotion and that is the greatest takeaway for us.

Road Safety Week

\"The essence of road safety is to live healthy\"

At TIHS, we believe in transforming students as future ready responsible citizens. The Middle Wing of the school, classes VI to VIII celebrated Road Safety Week to spread awareness about traffic rules and safety norms from January 11, 2023 to January 17, 2023. General rule and regulations when walking or driving on the road were discussed with them using thought - provoking audio visual aids. As a feedback, of the video on road safety, the students indulged in group discussion and voiced their concern and opinion on why it is important to follow road safety rules. They also spoke about different traffic signs and their relevance. Throughout the week, the learners were engaged in art -integrated creative pursuits such as head gear making, slogan writing, and poster making to name few. The week concluded with safety drive.


“ The higher virtues of compassion and solidarity has always helped humanity to surpass testing times.\"

The Senior Wing of The Indian Heights School conducted an enlightening Assembly themed India\'s G-20 Presidency with great enthusiasm on 16 January, 2023. The assembly commenced with morning prayers followed by theme oriented thought of the day, vocabulary word and a glimpse into the world around through news headlines. An informative and supportive slide share further acquainted the students about the relevance of G-20 under India\'s presidency. In her address, the School Principal Ms. Archana Narain reminded the students how in the current scenario, the crucial constructive role India plays in global landscape. She emphasized that with new 2023, students must aspire to develop a new skills, new habits and reading new journals. She urged the learners to focus and prioritize time management and proper planning for the upcoming examination.The illuminating assembly concluded with the rendition of the National Anthem.

Makar Sankranti Celebrations @ TIHS

The school grounds wore a festive look with colourful kites and zestful orientation session on the auspicious occasion of Makar Sankranti. The Students participated enthusiastically in various sports activities specially organized by team TIHS, which was followed by a fun-filled kite-flying competition. The food stalls laid out delectables that were enjoyed by one and all. A quick Orientation Session was led by the dynamic Headmistress Ms. Meghna Dungrakoti as she apprised the new parent fraternity about the school\'s offerings, educational pedagogies and the diverse environment that the school boasts of. She initiated the discussion around “What to Expect” and inducted the integration of new members into cultural and academic environment of the school. Looking at the gleaming eyes of the little stars and the overwhelming response of the parents, the evening saw a beautiful closing with a heart-warming session with parents. The parents wholeheartedly appreciated the efforts of the school and enjoyed the sports activities and the kite flying along with their little ones. At TIHS, we value our parent fraternity, as we do our young talent- celebrations and evenings like these are specially curated to keep the bond growing from strength to strength.

LOHRI celebration

‘Let the glory of the festival fill our lives with happiness’.

TIHS celebrated the festival of Lohri with much festive cheer and aplomb  as the students, staff members and parents joined together in the school campus to light the holy bonfire amidst the chants and dhol beats resonating the school ground.  Savouring the festive delight gajak, peanuts and revari, adorned in vibrant attire everyone wished each other the festive greetings. The fingerlicious food stalls were another highlight of the evening as the visitors thronged and enjoyed the hot piping delicacies. The school Head Mistress, Ms. Dungrakoti, Principal, Ms. Archana Narain, Chairperson, Ms. Madhu Gupta and Manager, Mr. Puneet Guta, conveyed their festive greetings and blessings to the entire fraternity. The rhythmic dhol beats coordinated with the customary dance was enjoyed and regaled by everyone present.


“When the world had not progressed so much the only festival that brought real joy to people was the Harvest Festival as it celebrated good harvest and abundance food.”

The Senior Wing of Indian Heights School celebrated the blissful triology of harvest festivals, i.e Lohri, Pongal and Makar Sankranti with great zeal and enthusiasm through a special assembly on 13 January, 2023. The programme witnessed a melange of exuberant performances resonating the theme i.e. Harvest Festivals pan India. The assembly commenced with morning prayers followed by theme oriented thought of the day, vocabulary word and update on current affairs through news headlines. A blend of cultural multidiversity, the assembly featured sharing facts on Pongal in Tamil language, poem recitation in Punjabi language on the festive cheer of Lohri and informative facts highlighting the relevance of Makar Sankranti in Hindi language. The dance performance celebrating the zest and fervour of festival of Lohri, exhibiting the rich tradition of donning colourful clothes was applauded by one and all. In her address, the Senior School Coordinator, Dr. Hema Raghav reminded the students to imbibe good values which in turn help in building a strong character and hence responsible future citizens. School Principal Ms. Archana Narain in her message conveyed the festival greetings to the entire fraternity and wished everyone positivity, happiness, hope and prosperity. The school management also conveyed their wishes bringing blessings in abundance and tones of opportunity to help everyone succeed and excel in their future undertakings. The vibrant assembly concluded with the rendition of the National Anthem.

Fourth Bagless Day

\"Education helps us get exposure to new ideas and concepts that one can use to appreciate and improve the world around and the world within .\"

The Middle Wing of the school celebrated fourth bagless day on December 21, 2022 in alignment with NEP guidelines and fostering wholesome learning.Post pandemic the importance of keeping oneself healthy coupled with good hygiene has become of paramount importance. An invigorating session emphazing on importance of good health and hygiene was conducted by Dr. Aayushi Rathi, a well renowned doctor at Manipal hospital. Continuing this health trip, it was time to refine young minds with analytical skills. A session on Vedic Mathematics tips and tricks was conducted by Pratham Group and followed by role play by the students from classes VI to VIII of their favourite Mathematician. The day concluded with students penning down the reflection of the day and a worksheet to recapitulate learning of the day.

Welcome Back Assembly

“Be willing to be a beginner every single morning.\"

The Senior Student Council of the school conducted Welcome Back Assembly heralding the New 2023. The assembly commenced with morning prayers followed by meditation. The enlightening Thought for the Day ,elevating vocabulary word and a glimpse around the world through news headlines kept the vibrant spirit rolling for everyone. Facts on \'Pravasi Bhartiya Divas\' highlighted the contribution of the Indian Community to the expansion and advancement of the nation. The day, also known as NRI Day, honors Mahatma Gandhi’s return to India from South Africa in 1915. In her welcome address, the Senior School Coordinator, Dr. Hema Raghav reminded students that a new year like another dawn is symbolic of new aspirations, hopes and commitments. She further urged students to work hard with planned strategies for the upcoming examination to ace with flying colours. The Assembly concluded with the rendition of the National Anthem