Skill Enhanced Academic Development

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.

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.

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.

Middle Wing celebrated Constitution Week

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

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.

Math Wizard@TIHS

Learning with numbers has never been this interesting! Kindergarteners demand frequent opportunities to get up and get moving. Among the most effective ways to teach young geniuses to Count Backwards is to incorporate the concept into their daily routine. Number Cards were arranged on the slope, which was followed by a sliding drill by the young learners. As they climbed up the slope, they counted a number backward starting from 30 and reaching the number 1 spot. This activity not only fostered the core numeric skill of backward numbers but also helped with enhancing their hand-body movements as well. The Kindergarten wing saw them exploring their mental faculties while they ace a new mathematical concept the fun way.

Experiential Learning @TIHS

Imaginary role play is a crucial aspect of an Early Years Active Curriculum. At the Kindergarten wing, an elaborate Vegetable and Fruit Mart was displayed by the young learners as part of the reinforcement activity for the topic Healthy Food. A facilitator presented a roleplay of a Fruit-seller, alongside involving the young talent in a facilitating manner. Children had fun exploring and talking about their favorite fruits and vegetables .They were excited to experience using the weighing scale and absorbing some real-life experiences. This further fostered their capabilities at handling money wisely and displaying core marketing skills. Instilling the basic life skills of waiting for their turn and cooperation gave them a sense of working together as a unit. The Headmistress Ms. Meghana Dungrakoti pushed the parcel to the next level, by boosting the young adults during the activity and stressing upon the benefits of eating healthy and leading a hygienic lifestyle.

Club Activities

The students from classes VI to X, attended the club activities. Heritage Club viewed an informative documentary on Indian yoga, followed by an engaging discussion. The students also performed  asanas. In Eco Club, students participated and discussed their responses on a quiz themed on  Biodiversity. Members of the  Literary Club penned some thoughtful verses as they composed poems on mother  nature. The budding  quiz masters  of the Quiz  Club attempted a picture based quiz  themed, \' Rivers of India\'. Good diet for a healthy skin and importance of breakfast were the agendas of discussion in  Health, Beauty and Wellness Club.MUN Club reiterated the important aspects United Nations like  organs of the UN, composition of the UN and latest updates on  United Nations. In Theatre club, students learnt the basic skill of script writing as they chose from variety of themes and situations given to them. The activities in club nurtured the self- expression , as students participated with zeal and shared their views and opinions on crucial topics covered in each club.

UN International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction

The students from class XII- A  conducted the morning assembly on themed, \' UN International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction\'. The assembly commenced on an auspicious note with morning prayers followed by meditation session. The students highlighting the theme, delivered Thought of the Day, New Word for the day, news updates and facts related to disaster management. They also spoke about SDGs 2030 and the goals connected therein. The school principal Ms. Archana Narain in her address reiterated to the students about the mitigation strategies. She also reminded students to follow the \'Code of Conduct\' and be disciplined which in turn checks and ensures a smooth and safe learning journey. The assembly concluded with the rendition of National Anthem.

Illuminated and Immersive Club Activities

The students from classes VI to VIII attended the illuminated and immersive club activities on September 23 \' 2022 as they shared their views on the relevance of clubs in school life. The learners  voiced their aspirations regarding the aims of their respective clubs highlighting the learning objectives. The engaging  worksheets done in each club further fostered  a constructive learning experience as the students attempted and wrote the answers and shared the responses high on SDGs 2030. The joyous experience further strengthened the 21st century skills like creative and critical thinking.

Bagless Day

At TIHS we believe in constructive learning where learners construct and build their own learning blocks in an engaging and progressive manner. To make school even more fun filled and ensure joyous learning, The Indian Heights School celebrated its third bagless day on September 5,2022. Following the NEP 2020 guidelines, the concept of \'Bagless Days\' plays an important role in developing a positive learning attitude, team work and leadership qualities. The day is different as learning takes place without books and notebooks. Keeping up the festive vibe, the day started on an auspicious note seeking blessings of the Almighty. Students were engaged in making idols of Lord Ganesha using moulding clay and stationery items. After this joyous moulding session, the proceeded towards Teacher\'s Day celebrations, where students presented teachers their love and affection in form of cards and messages. The bagless days are necessary to inculcate and engage the learners to learn beyond books and be kind and full of gratitude. NEP focuses on overall development of child heart, head and health. After nourishing their heart and head in clay moulding and penning down ideas, it was time for health. Students were taken out in ground for their physical well being where they played Tug of War, Relay race and many more enaging sports. Such specific learning days are helpful in bringing out the inquisitive side and reflexive learning amongst children. With fast moving environment these skills will make them ready for new challenges and initiatives to undertake and emerge triumphant.

National Handloom Day

The National Handloom Day in India to highlight the contribution of the handloom industry in the socio-economic development and create awareness about the sector. The Pre Primary and Primary Wing of The Indian Heights School also joined the national celebrations by conducting a myriad of activities with the underlying aim to generate awareness about the different handlooms &  importance of handloom industry. The tiny tots of the Little Steps were shown the different kinds of handlooms weaved by the weavers all over India and they learnt about the various kinds of fabrics by touching & seeing the difference. The students of the Primary Wing on the other hand, learnt about hand weaving traditional to small towns of India and used paper strips and yarns of silk, wool to weave and create phenomenal paraphernalia. The Headmistress, Ms Meghana Dungrakoti encouraged the young leaders to apprise themselves with the rich cultural heritage of our great nation. She also highlighted the significance of women empowerment through this sector in rural areas.It was an enriching and creative session for the students.

Assembly @ tiny tots TIHS

Beginning school with a Morning Assembly can set the tone for the day and the week. It fosters the spirit of group activity, and leadership and encourages value building. The students of Little Steps conducted their first assembly of the 2022 academic year with the underlying theme \"Where there is a will there is a way\".The assembly began with chants of Gayatri Mantra followed by the school prayer. Two students from Step II Pragya Yadav & Aashvi Singh spoke about the day, date & thought for the day enabling the children to improve their linguistic skills and build their self-confidence. The facilitators of Little Steps enacted a skit on\"A friend in need is a friend indeed!\" that was thoroughly enjoyed by the children. The Headmistress Ms Meghna Dungrakoti encouraged & appreciated the children who participated in conducting the assembly. She emphasized that assembly is an important ground for teaching kids discipline and social behaviour. The Assembly was concluded with the rendition of the National Anthem.

Reverence @ TIHS

A day to be grateful to the gurus, teachers and mentors in life.... Guru Purnima is a day to wish and be grateful towards every person who has brought light to someone’s life and showed them the correct path. The Pre-Primary and Primary Wing is humbled to have great mentors in the form of the Chairperson, Ms Madhu Gupta, Principal, Ms Archana Narain and Headmistress, Ms Meghana Dungrakoti, to whom the students and the teachers paid reverence expressing their appreciation and thankfulness. The sense of obligation was conveyed with a card made by the students for their beloved facilitators. The students also extended their wishes to the Management, School Principal, Headmistress and the facilitators who always inspire them to rekindle their inquisitiveness and allow them to demonstrate their inherent talents vividly through the teaching-learning process. A very Happy Guru Purnima to all!

Inter-House Competition

 Inter-House Competition is a perfect way of embossing the feeling of oneness while tapping the innate  talents  and skills  of the students .The ever enthusiastic and energetic students of classes VI-VIII displayed their  zealous performances during an Inter- House Poem Recitation Competition themed -\"Respect for Humanity\". This competition not only helped students to express themselves in a poetic manner but also guided them as to how they can respect everyone and why humanity is duty of all humans. The students left everyone awe-struck as they presented their talent so immaculately and effortlessly. They were applauded for their superb performances. The eminent panel of judges Ms. Prithu Dixit Mishra and Mr. Umesh Bamel applauded and encouraged the participants for not only reciting poems but also for giving such valuable morals. Winners were awarded with certificates. The school principal, Ms. Archana Narain congratulated all the Houses for their mesmerizing performances.  The event came to an end joyously amidst cheers and applause from everyone present.

Yoga to recharge and rejuvenate

According to WHO, healthy living is a way of living that helps enjoy more aspects of life. Health is not just about  avoiding a disease or illness, it is about physical, mental and social well-being.  Yoga plays a significant role in coping with today’s hectic lifestyle. Taking a step forward towards  healthy living, students of classes VI-VIII practised Surya Namaskar or Sun Salutation which is a set of well designed and extremely powerful 12 yoga poses which rejuvenate mind and soul, enhance physical  strength and memory power, improve concentration and calm and focus mind. This activity was conducted as a part of Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav and upcoming International Yoga Day which was thoroughly  enjoyed by the students

Earthquake Evacuation Drill Class VI -XII

An earthquake drill and preparedness activity was executed in the school on April 8, 2022, to create awareness and preparedness during calamities. The main aim of the drill was to build courage and confidence amongst students and develop leadership skills. As per the guidance of the school principal, the staff members and the scout team positioned themselves at pre decided vantage points to guide and assist the students as soon as the alarm went off. The students were trained to be alert, quick and responsible, follow instructions, maintain calm and avoid panic to avert stampede and casualties. The students quickly moved out in proper lines. They were evacuated from the school building within 3 minutes. As regular evacuation drills are being conducted every month, students are trained to reach the safe designated areas allocated for each class in case of any emergency. Head count was done by the class teachers to ensure the presence of everyone. Special training has been imparted to the staff members to handle crisis and give first-aid relief if required. The mock drill was also conducted to apprise everyone on how to perform – Drop, Cover and Hold-on, a quake safe action designed to protect lives and prevent injuries from falling and flying objects. The drill focused on activation of the full response system, incorporated decision making and life safety aspects. This was followed by a review session by the school principal, wherein she announced the end of the drill and appreciated the students as the drill was successfully implemented and nobody was injured because the routines were systematic and everybody cooperated during the activity.

Assembly on World Heritage Day

With the aim of spreading awareness about the importance of safeguarding our traditional and cultural heritages, which carry long and illustrious histories, the students of Manas House observed WORLD HERITAGE DAY through an invigorating assembly on April 18, 2022, highlighting the importance of the day. With supporting facts, vocabulary word and thought of the day, the students emphasised on the importance of Heritage and Culture in human civilizations. The House Mistress, Ms. Varsha Kumar, alarmingly presented the facts regarding World Heritage Sites and encouraged the students related to conservation, preservation and promotion of the World Heritage Sites. The Assembly concluded with the rendition of the National Anthem.

Assembly on World Creativity and Innovation Day

Contributing towards the goal of a healthy and sustainable world, the students from Class XII- B, conducted a thought provoking Morning assembly themed \'World Creativity and Innovation Day\'. The assembly commenced with an invigorating thought of the day and new word for the day. The students shared amazing facts about being creative and innovative. The facts also highlighted other major observances like National Civil Services Day (April 21) and World Earth Day( April 22) to name a few. High on SDGs 2030, the students reiterated Goal No-9, I.e. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure and stressed that how a digital society can adapt the knowledge, expertise and resources to make the world a better place. The class teacher in her address emphasized to develop the concept of \'Value from Innovation\' while creating a sustainable society.

Assembly conducted by Sanskar House Middle Wing

We are each other’s harvest, we are each other’s business, we are each other’s magnitude and bond. Assemblies are perfect way of rejuvenating and energise students along with the feeling of oness. \"World Peace\" is definitely need of the hour. Keeping this in mind, the envigorating morning assembly was conducted by Sanskar House on \"International Delegates Day.\'The day marks the anniversary of the first day of the San Francisco Conference, also known as the United Nations Conference on International Organization. On 25 April 1945, delegates from fifty countries came together for the first time in San Francisco. The students conducted the assembly in a well synchronized manner and filled the entire atmosphere with enthusiasm as they connected with the theme by sharing thought of the day, new vocabulary word, facts for the day and SDGs 2030 The House Teacher addressed importance of international peace and how these unsung heroes, \"delegates\" work for it. She also emphasised on role of student council and students maintaining same protocol at grassroot level. The assembly culminated with National Anthem.

Inter House Storytelling Competition

Story Telling is the oldest form of Education. Honing multi language skills and core life skills ,an Inter House Storytelling Competition was conducted for the students of classes VI to VIII . The theme of the programme was ‘The World is One’. The students narrated the folktales of different parts of the world in English paired up with colourful dresses and variety of props. The students represented their Houses namely- Manas, Prayas, Sanskar and Siddhant on stage with a pride and elegance.Each presentation was an excellent display of narration as a skill as students used diverse techniques varying from voice modulation to use of props alongwith hand and facial expressions The jury judged each student’s performance based on judging criteria of storytelling competition. The event successfully concluded with the result declaration by the school coordinator , Ms. Bindu Sangwan. In her address she appreciated and encouraged budding story tellers to excel further in future events and raise the bar. The competition in consonance with 21st century skills, boost the confidence and motivated them to participate in more such competitions.

Annual World Day for Safety and Health at Work

Senior Wing Observes ‘The World Day for Safety and Health at Work. The morning sets the day and the assembly paves the way for our students to rejuvenate their spirits, remain rooted to the moral values and unleash their vitality. The students of class XII C conducted an assembly to recognize and celebrate, ‘The Annual World Day for Safety and Health at Work’ on April28, 2022. The day promotes the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases globally. It is an awareness-raising campaign intended to focus international attention on the magnitude of the problem and on how promoting and creating a safety and health culture can help reduce the number of work-related deaths and injuries. The students on duty conducted the assembly in a well-coordinated manner and filled the entire atmosphere with enthusiasm as they aptly connected by sharing thought of the day, new vocabulary word, facts for the day and SDGs 2030 with the theme of the assembly. The teacher address highlighted the importance of collaboration that each of us is responsible for minimizing injuries at workplace by being alert and cautious. In the present scenario, Governments, employers , workers and even students all have a role to play in tackling COVID-19 crisis, and their collaboration is key.
The assembly culminated with the National Anthem honouring the beautiful land of India.

International Dance Day

Dance is the hidden language of the soul.

What a miraculous day has it been! April 29, celebrated world over as International Dance Day, is synonymous with fiesta and frolic. The Pre-Primary and Primary Wing of TIHS celebrated this gala event as Bagless Day, under the gamut of numerous activities adorned with pomp and glory. A dance competition for the students of Grades I-V was held, across different venues after a long hiatus, to showcase their inner talent. It witnessed an overwhelming participation indeed, with each one performing to the best of their abilities to win the coveted title. A special Power Sports session was organised for the tiny tots. The day also included an interactive worksheet on dance and movie watching. Since International Labour Day is round the corner, the learners also engaged themselves in a special Card Making activity, to convey their heartfelt gratification for the working class community in their vicinity. The Headmistress, Ms. Meghana Dungrakoti, lauded the outstanding efforts of all the participants for their commendable hard work. She also shared her insight on the significance of observing this creative day, expressing the emotions through dance and rejuvenating the young minds through the concept of Bagless Day. The School Management and Principal , Ms Archana Narain also appreciated the impressive display of talent across different grades and propagated the important value of ‘participation over prize’. A fun-filled and fruitful day indeed!

Inter-House Dance Competition

Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection, we can catch excellence.
Inter-House Dance Competition in Classes VI-XII witnessed an overwhelmed and enthusiastic participation. The students from classes VI – XII displayed an enthusiastic, energetic and zealous participation as they participated in inter-house dance competition themed ‘Different Cultures of the World’, on April 29, 2022. The event garnered a rich display of creative props along with thought -provoking well connected with the theme. The students from all the four houses took part enthusiastically, to put together beautifully woven dances interlacing the different cultures of the world. Mesmerizing music added to the aura that was created and suitably designed costumes created magic for the performances by each house. Spontaneity and confidence were the hallmark of the competition. The students left everyone awe-struck as they presented their talent so immaculately and effortlessly. They were applauded for their superb performances. The eminent panel of judges Ms. Ruchika Thomas and Ms. Meenakshi Sharma lorded the efforts of the participants to present the exuberant show. Winners were awarded with certificates. The school principal, Ms. Archana Narain congratulated all the houses for their mesmerizing performances. The event came to concluded successfully and joyously amidst cheers and applause from everyone present.

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

A Musical Extravaganza: ‘The Pied Piper of Hamelin’

‘Theatre is a way of encapsulating life and presenting it on the stage.’

Theatre offers a kaleidoscope of opportunities to communicate with the audience. There by developing interpersonal, linguistic, bodily-kinaesthetic and dramatic skills of the children.  The students of class II presented A Musical Extravaganza: ‘The Pied Piper of Hamelin’ in the school auditorium on 27th February, 2020. The students dressed as little rats, causing mischief on the stage were adorable. The dialogue delivery of all the characters and usage of props was much appreciated by one and all. The highlight of the day was the ‘live orchestra and choir’. They sang melodious songs related to this German fable. The Principal, Ms. Archana Narain appreciated the confidence and acting skills of the students which was the hallmark of this spectacular show. The parents were engrossed in the play and felt proud to see their wards on the stage.

Step II - Story Narration Competition

Stories give wings to imagination and take us to the land of fairies, dragons, flowers, wishing trees etc. Story telling has been an integral part of our childhood. To keep this tradition alive and to inculcate the habit of reading, an English Story Narration Competition was held on Tuesday, February 25, 2020. The little narrators did a spectacular job by narrating their favourite stories using creative props, voice modulation and impressive expressions.  The young ones captivated the audience. The Judges appreciated their efforts, talent and ability.

Inter Class Dance Competition

We dance to translate the vitality of our life energy into fluid moves. Every dance performance is unique asthe dancerthrobbing with life.With the aim of honing the dancing skills of the students, an Inter Class Dance Competition was organized for students of Step-Ion February 20, 2020. The vivacious dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic performances. With their colorful and vibrant costumes, they twirled, flipped and jumped on the stage. The choreography, rhythm, synchronization and presentation of thestudents was spectacular. The happiness of the children was amply evident with applause and appreciation by the judges Ms. Sheetal and Ms. Sushma who highly complimented the efforts put in by all the four sections. 

Food is our common ground, a universal experience

Cooking with children in general, whether at home or in school promotes the lifetime skill of healthy eating habits and raise awareness about the risk of eating fast/junk foods. It is a great stress buster and hones creativity and psycho motor skills in the students. With the same reasons, at TIHS we have a flameless cooking club-named ‘Bits and Bytes’ which provides our learners to exhibit their fresh talent in culinary field. On 18th February, 2020, a club presentation was held in the school ground which captivated the audience at the very start. The students of this club danced on the tunes of a ‘Healthy Eating-VEGETABLE song’. Next, the thought and vocabulary word was spoken by the speakers. Lastly, an innovative, finger licking yet nutritious sandwich recipe demonstration was held in front of the students under teacher supervision. Thedietary composition of this food was also shared with the students such as no presence of excessive fat but only good carbohydrates etc. The students were explained the importance of making similar healthy food choices. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem.

Inter-House Speech Competition

To celebrate the ‘Patriotic Fervour Week’, an Inter-House Speech Competition was organized in the school on January 24, 2020. Students of classes VI –IX participated and displayed lot of zeal and enthusiasm as they expressed their views on the topic- ‘Gratitude towards our Nation.’  All the participants were adjudged on the basis of Presentation, Delivery, Confidence, Content, Voice Modulation and Articulation. The speech delivered by the students was highly informative and revealed a thorough and deep research work. All the participants spoke vehemently as they exhibited their strong oratory skills. The students of classes VI to VIII as audience to the show, enjoyed the event. It was indeed an informative session. Manas House secured the 1st position Sanskar House was the first Runner Up and Siddhanth House was the second Runner Up.


TIHS observes Martyr’s Day

The school observed Martyr’s Day on January 30, 2020 by observing a two minute silence to pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi, Father of the Nation. The day marks the death anniversary of the great leader, an apostle of peace and non- violence, who reformed the Indian Society and fought to attain freedom from the British rule.

Scholar Badge Ceremony held at TIHS

The Indian heights school recognizes and rewards meritorious students for their consistent performance in academics. It is in recognition of their dedicated and perseverant journey towards excelling in academics, that the school awards them with scholar badges. This is one step towards motivating them further to accomplish their dreams. The students are awarded badges and trophies for their high academic achievement and regularity to school. This year the Scholar Badge Ceremony was held on December 19, 2019 in the school premises. The Principal, Ms. Archana Narain while congratulating the students, encouraged them to keep up the hard work and dedication in all that they do. This will earn them name, fame and character. She also advised them to be courageous in adversity and be humble at all times.

Career Fair at The Indian Heights School

The Indian Heights School  conducted its annual career fair on October 22, 2019 to provide an opportunity to the  students to get acquainted with the  much needed guidance and support to plan their career.  The career fairwas organizedin the school's auditorium and the central lawn. The motivational presentations on career options by leading professionals in the field was very informative.

Representatives of various International and National Universities, Government Bodies and Social Development Sectors participatedin the Career Fair. The event commenced with the customary ritual of presenting the token of appreciation to the representatives of universities by the school Principal, Ms. Archana Narain. In her key note address, she stressed on the need for students to know their potential and area of interest before making a decision.

The event was attended by students and parents.A large number of students from the neighbouring schools also visited the fair. The main focus was to provide studentswith thebest career options post-secondary school.  A comprehensive counselling programme guided  the students on the admission procedure to universities both within and outside India available .

Inter House-Caterpillar Race

Dynamic balance training is an effective way to strengthen and tone the obliques and the muscles of the hips, thighs, glutes and low back. Increasing the strength of the core muscles can help improve your balance and coordination, as well  your appearance and ability to react to sudden changes of direction.Controlling dynamic balance should be a reflexive response that happens automatically.

Result -Boys Category

Sanskar House :- 1st Position

Manas House :- 2nd Position 

Prayas House :- 3rd Position 


Result -Girls Category

Sanskar House :- 1st Position

Prayas House :- 2nd Position 

Manas House :- 3rd Position

Inter House Kho-Kho Competition (British Bulldog)

Kho -Kho is an outdoor game played by people of all age groups.Playing Kho-Kho keeps children well, strong, motivated, enthusiastic and young. It helps in better coordination and flexibility and to off depression, anxiety, stress, and increase self-esteem.


Manas House :- 1st Position

Siddhant House :- 2nd Position 

Sanskar House :- 3rd Position 

TIHS observed English Week with spirit and literary fervor

The English Language is the accretion and growth of every dialect, race and range of time.”

Learning a language helps us to effectively communicate and better understand others. In order to bring the students closer to literature and its universal appeal, Lingua Franca, the English Week was celebrated at The Indian Heights School from August 5 - 9, 2019 with lot of zeal and excitement. A plethora of activities were conducted to help students deepen their understanding of the English Language and refine the language skills.  Step-I students participated in an inter-class patriotic song competition which gave them an opportunity to demonstrate  love for their country through music. While our l’l ones of class Step-II were exposed to recall & recognise different alphabets through various activities, like ‘Jump over the correct Alphabet’ &‘Look & Sit on correct Letter’.  They also took part in ‘Rhymester’ An English Rhyme Recitation Competition wherein they recited beautiful rhymes and showcased their understanding andspeaking skills.  Students of classes IV & V amused their audiences with humorous self-composed jingles. While, Classes I to III showcased their exquisite calligraphic skill in the ‘English Calligraphy Competition’. In the senior wing the week kicked off with Salad Bowl where students played dumb charades to explore and discover new glossary.  In Weave a Yarn, the students displayed their creative skills along with oratory competency, as they weaved stories from News Headlines on the spot. The Radio Jockey show exhibited their speaking and writing skills as they conducted the session with thought provoking messages and as prolific orators. To sum up, the English Week was truly purposeful with a panorama of edifying activities providing a more holistic approach to learning English Language thereby ensuring higher levels of proficiency.

Euphony-2019, Annual Fest held at TIHS!

The entire campus of the Indian Heights School came alive yet again with the Annual  Fest  Euphony-2019, An Amalgamation of Creativity on Tuesday, 30th July 2019.  The entire atmosphere reverberated with excitement and anxiety. The day witnessed ‘Poetry Recitation Competition- nanhe kaviyon ka manch hasya kavita vachan,’, ‘Dance Recital’ Trio – The Mini Crew’ Dance Competition, and a mouth-watering ‘Flameless Cooking Competition-Sizzling Platter’. Every participant was engrossed in doing his/her best to win the accolades for their respective schools.  They gave the judges a hard time, for, selecting the one best was indeed a tough task.  The members of the school management present there were mesmerised by the talent and they lauded the efforts of the school in bringing together so much talent under one roof.The consistent, strenuous and unbeatable performances inspired all the schools to perform well and the day resonated with thunderous applause from everyone present today. Hoping for the same zeal and enthusiasm for day two i.e July 31, 2019 of the event also.

Annual Fest Euphony-2019

‘Any work of art simply makes lives, shapes life, expresses all shades and stages of life’.

Euphony-2019- An amalgamation of creativity is a cultural festival hosted by The Indian Heights School.  The event conducted over two days witnessed participation from several schools.  The students displayed their talent in the performing arts, music, poetry, etc. This is also a reflection of the training they get at their respective schools.  The festival aims at unravelling this hidden talent in the students. Day One witnessed array of activities varying from ‘Poetry Recitation - nanhe kaviyon ka manch hasya kavita vachan’, ‘Dance Recital’ Trio – The Mini Crew’ Dance, and a mouth-watering ‘Flameless Cooking -Sizzling Platter’ and Day Two was beamed with ‘Art Mania (Tear & Paste), Aqua World(Dance & Depict), Indistan Ki Saer(Jingle all the way) and Radio Jockey.  A healthy competition waived off the strain and stress and the students performed with great zeal. The high quality of performances gave the judges a tough time in selecting the best of the lot in each category.  Donning the two-day event with great panache, the participant schools rendered captivating performances as they vied for Rolling Trophy. Adjudged on the basis of perfectly nuanced performances for two days, the BGS International School Dwarka, lifted the coveted ‘Rolling Trophy’ for the year 2019-20.The school management also appreciated and commended the sustained effort made by the guest schools in making Euphony 2019, a roaring success.

Career Workshop

“Opportunities don’t happen, you create them.” 

The school believes that there are widespread opportunities available both in India and abroad, therefore it is important to provide a platform for students to access information about these opportunities. Keeping this mind, the school organized a career counseling workshop on May 10, 2019 for students of classes XI and XII. The resource person for the day Mr. SatpalGulia, is an expert career counselor who has been guiding students interested to study outside India for more than 20years. Students enjoyed the interactive session and were able to clarify their queries about the admission process involved in career options outside India.

Career Workshop

“It’s not what you achieve, it’s what you overcome. That’s what defines your career.” 

On April 24, 2019, the school organized a career workshop for students of classes XI and XII in the school auditorium. Students got an opportunity to interact with theUniversity representatives from West Virginia, Columbia, Eastern Michigan, George Mason and University of Delaware. These representatives discussed at length about admission process and courses offered by their universities and addressed the queries of the students. Overall it was an informative and interactive session wherein student got to know   about various opportunities for higher studies  abroad.

Health Our Principle Asset Week

The main goal of school health camp is to ensure that students are healthy in school, and ready to learn.’

‘Health Our Principle Asset’ week was celebrated from April 8th to April 12, 2019-20 in the school premises. The aim of this celebration was to provide students with an insight into the good and healthy food habits and to spread awareness about the concept of mental and emotional health as well. The highlights of the week showcased ‘Nutralicious Healthy Snack Making Activity’ by our tiny tots wherein they brought different healthy food items like fruits,sprouts,curd,nuts etc. from home and prepared nutralicious and yummiliciouschaat/snacks under the supervision of their teachers.  Senior students participated in array of activities ranging from an ‘Inter House Speech Competition’, a Workshop on ‘Mental Awareness’ and a Group Discussion on ‘Anaemia Affects Urban Society’.Highly trained and professional team of doctors and their assistants from AakashHospital  along with our Doctor Parents conducted a Medical Check up Camp for the students which included a general physical examination such as BMI, Dental & Eye Check-up.  The week long activities have certainly sensitized our students to understand the importance of health and to live a healthy and happy life.