Event & Activity

Events & activities

Schools are institutions for holistic growth and development of the individual. It is essential to provide students with ample opportunities to grow as confident individuals with leadership skills and positive values. At CSS, we provide various platforms for students to discover, learn and showcase their talents. Along with a variety of activities held grade wise and discipline wise, Annual Events are organised across the school every year, wherein we focus on a particular theme to develop, enhance and polish our students’ skill set.

Events & activities

Schools are institutions for holistic growth and development of the individual. It is essential to provide students with ample opportunities to grow as confident individuals with leadership skills and positive values. At CSS, we provide various platforms for students to discover, learn and showcase their talents. Along with a variety of activities held grade wise and discipline wise, Annual Events are organised across the school every year, wherein we focus on a particular theme to develop, enhance and polish our students’ skill set.

Inter Cambridge Athletics Championship

On 10 August, the counselling department organized a workshop on Menstruation for girls in classes VII and VIII. The resource person was Ms. Namita Bhura from Sachi Saheli. The topics discussed were maintaining hygiene during periods, what is alarming and abnormal during periods, the importance of regular periods, and how to maintain a period calendar. A brief interaction with students on the stigma surrounding periods and most importantly functions of menstruation cycles was an interactive part of the workshop. The common problems faced during periods were shared and the measures that can be taken to have a healthy period cycle were elaborated.

On 11 August, sixty-eight students of classes IX-XII attended a workshop organized by Mr. Rishabh Saxena (Photography Club, Teacher in charge) in collaboration with Delhi College of Photography (DCOP). The workshop covered the Fundamentals of Photography and Lighting Painting.  It was facilitated by Mr. Abhimanyu Pandey, Senior Faculty, Fine Arts and Commercial Photography, DCOP.  He discussed and covered various topics related to photography which included the History of Photography, the types of photography, types of lenses and cameras, the phenomenon of light, the analogy of a camera and the three elements of exposure. He not only demonstrated the technique and science behind Lighting Painting but also invited students to try it themselves. Towards the end of the workshop, the Director of DCOP, Mr. Pratik Dhawan, held a doubt session where he also showed the students a dual lens, the most expensive lens in the world. The students enjoyed the perfect mix of fun and education. 

On 11 August, sixty-eight students of classes IX-XII attended a workshop organized by Mr. Rishabh Saxena (Photography Club, Teacher in charge) in collaboration with Delhi College of Photography (DCOP). The workshop covered the Fundamentals of Photography and Lighting Painting.  It was facilitated by Mr. Abhimanyu Pandey, Senior Faculty, Fine Arts and Commercial Photography, DCOP.  He discussed and covered various topics related to photography which included the History of Photography, the types of photography, types of lenses and cameras, the phenomenon of light, the analogy of a camera and the three elements of exposure. He not only demonstrated the technique and science behind Lighting Painting but also invited students to try it themselves. Towards the end of the workshop, the Director of DCOP, Mr. Pratik Dhawan, held a doubt session where he also showed the students a dual lens, the most expensive lens in the world. The students enjoyed the perfect mix of fun and education. 

The investiture ceremony for the 2023-24 session was held on 08 August to induct the newly elected Student Council members, Club Secretaries and Prefects (Classes III – XIII). The programme started with a classical dance performance followed by the announcement of the names of the Council members and honouring them with badges by Mrs. S. Dhyani, Acting Principal.  In the end, the council members took an oath to carry out their responsibilities with utmost sincerity and to the best of their abilities.

The school organised the 31st A.C. Deb Memorial Inter-School Oration Contest on 25 August. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Mr. Shantanu Guha Ray, Asia Editor for Central European News. The contest was judged by Dr. Alka Rai, Deputy Librarian at B. R. Ambedkar University, Mr. Ovais Sultan Khan, an independent human rights activist and Ms. Yashika Mathur, a film journalist.

Nishika Dash of Indraprastha International School, Tarini Kher of Springdales School Dhaula Kuan and Audrijaa Ganguly of The Air Force School, Subroto Park were adjudged the first, second and third prize winners respectively for Division A. Shalini Mukhopadhyay of Delhi Public School, Noida, Isha Singh of Cambridge School Indirapuram and Tanu Singh of Cambridge School Noida bagged the first, second and third prizes respectively for Division B. The school Principal, Mrs. Sarbory Dhyani and the judges congratulated all the participants and gave away the prizes. The team from Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan bagged the keenly contested rolling trophy. More than twenty schools participated in the event.

To celebrate the spirit of a nation that stands united, various activities were conducted in Cambridge School Srinivaspuri in the week preceding the 77th Independence Day. These included lantern making, flag making, leaf painting, slogan writing, enactment

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