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.

Summer School Camp

CSS  is delighted to announce Summer Camp 2024, designed to enhance skills of children in a fun and engaging manner.
The following classes are available for the camp:
  • Robotics by Robotronix STEM Lab
  • Western Vocals by Funk Beat
  • Indian Vocals by Funk Beat
  • Aeromodelling by Aero-Sapiens
  • Lawn Tennis by The Sports Company

InspirEd 2024

InspirEd 2024, a training program organised by Cambridge School, to empower teachers as they interact and engage with the stalwarts in the field of education.

InspirEd 2024

InspirEd 2024, a training program organised by Cambridge School, to empower teachers as they interact and engage with the stalwarts in the field of education.

Visit to Pearl Academy of Fashion

Students of classes X, XI and XII of Cambridge School,Srinivaspuri, visited the Pearl Academy of Fashion on Friday, 10th May 2024. TECH NOMADS, as the event was named, took our students on a journey through the vast landscape of technology, showcasing innovations through design. They explored various exhibitions and workshops conducted by students of Fashion Communication, Interior Architectural Design, Fashion styling and Product Design at Pearl Academy. In addition to interacting with the participants, CSS students were also treated to the fashion show called “Digital Avatars”, by the Fashion Society of Pearl Academy For CSS students, it was a day of mesmerizing displays, avant-garde fashion show, and an insightful journey into the dynamic realm of fashion

Educational Trip to Dolls Museum

A glimpse into the educational trip to the *Shankar’s International Dolls Museum, ITO* where students of Primary classes III to V explored a range of artistic treasures in the variety of dolls.

The Dolls Museum is one of the most renowned museums in New Delhi which has a huge collections of dolls from across the globe. The children enjoyed the trip and at the end of the day , they shared their experiences through a reflection sheet.

Educational Trip to Dolls Museum

A glimpse into the educational trip to the *Shankar’s International Dolls Museum, ITO* where students of Primary classes III to V explored a range of artistic treasures in the variety of dolls.

The Dolls Museum is one of the most renowned museums in New Delhi which has a huge collections of dolls from across the globe. The children enjoyed the trip and at the end of the day , they shared their experiences through a reflection sheet.

Parent Orientation Sessions

Orientation sessions were held for the parents of the upcoming batch of students. The sessions aimed at providing a comprehensive view of the academic curriculum, school policies, evaluation pattern, school’s achievements, disciplinary norms, code of conduct, school assemblies, excursions, and other engaging activities. The sessions also included an introduction to the newly appointed Principal, Ms. Madhavi Goswami, and the Headmistress, Ms. Prerana Awasthi. Both of them emphasized the importance of a strong collaboration between parents and the school.  The School Manager, Mrs. Veena Sirohi addressed the parents and students. She spoke about the importance of following rules and how it helps us to imbibe basic values in our lives. She urged the parents to let their children follow their dreams and not to impose their choice of career on the children.

CSS celebrates Founder's Day

Cambridge School, Srinivaspuri celebrated its 93rd Founder’s Day on 6 April, honouring its founder, Shri A.C. Deb. The event commenced with the school choir presenting the school prayer and a classical dance. The Principal, Mrs. Madhavi Goswami, addressed the gathering, followed by a video of Shri A.C. Deb and the historical journey of the school. Rida and Ridhima of class X enlightened everyone about the school’s history. The students performed a musical rendition and dance performance on songs composed by Rabindranath Tagore. The school manager, Mrs. Veena Sirohi, shared a few anecdotes about the founder and late Dr. Kalyani Roy. Mr. Vikram Roy, Director, SAE, addressed the gathering and  shared some of his fond memories of his grandfather, and reminded the students of the rich past of their school. The event with students singing Anandaloke.

CSS celebrates Founder's Day

Cambridge School, Srinivaspuri celebrated its 93rd Founder’s Day on 6 April, honouring its founder, Shri A.C. Deb. The event commenced with the school choir presenting the school prayer and a classical dance. The Principal, Mrs. Madhavi Goswami, addressed the gathering, followed by a video of Shri A.C. Deb and the historical journey of the school. Rida and Ridhima of class X enlightened everyone about the school’s history. The students performed a musical rendition and dance performance on songs composed by Rabindranath Tagore. The school manager, Mrs. Veena Sirohi, shared a few anecdotes about the founder and late Dr. Kalyani Roy. Mr. Vikram Roy, Director, SAE, addressed the gathering and  shared some of his fond memories of his grandfather, and reminded the students of the rich past of their school. The event with students singing Anandaloke.

Felicitation Ceremony @ CSS

The meritorious students of the academic session 2023-24 were awarded Certificates of Merit by the Principal, Mrs. Madhavi Goswami, in felicitation ceremonies held in the third week of April. The students from class VI who were felicitated were Parthik Parida (VI C) with 96.2%, Abhinava (VI A) with 96% and Kandarpa Roy (VI B) with 95.7% and the students from class VII were Inaya Tariq (VII A) with 98.2%, Ibrahim R. Pattoo (VII A) with 95.7% and Simrah Ali (VII E) with 95.3%. The students who received the certificates from class VIII were: Nandita Verma (VIII B) with 97.7%, Yukti Bidhuri (VIII A) with 97.2% and Aashita Sinha (VIII A) with 96.3%. The meritorious students from class IX were Riddhima Ved (IX B) with 97.2%, Saumya Yadav (IX C) with 95.8% and Sanchit Kaushal (IX C) with 93.4%. The students of class XI who were felicitated were Eshika Aggarwal (XI A), Tanvika Kandimalla (XI A) and Manavjeet Dasgupta (XI A) from the science stream; Tanisha Arora (XI C), Afsheen Rao (XI D) and Hunar Srivastava (XI D) from the commerce stream and Abhia Ahmad (XI E), Devanshi Das (XI E) and Deborshi Sengupta (XI E) from the humanities stream.

CSS celebrates Earth Day

All the students were engaged in a number of activities to celebrate Earth Day, aimed at raising awareness about environmental issues and promoting sustainable practices among the students and the teachers. The students of classes III and IV participated in the Best Out of Waste activity. They made flower pots, handbags, calendars, dustbins, etc. with waste materials. A poster making activity was organised for class V students.  Class VI students  took part in a plantation drive and took a pledge to save the environment and plant more trees. They were joined by the Principal, Ms. Madhavi Goswami who planted a sapling and spoke to the kids about the scientific importance of plants.

CSS celebrates Earth Day

All the students were engaged in a number of activities to celebrate Earth Day, aimed at raising awareness about environmental issues and promoting sustainable practices among the students and the teachers. The students of classes III and IV participated in the Best Out of Waste activity. They made flower pots, handbags, calendars, dustbins, etc. with waste materials. A poster making activity was organised for class V students.  Class VI students  took part in a plantation drive and took a pledge to save the environment and plant more trees. They were joined by the Principal, Ms. Madhavi Goswami who planted a sapling and spoke to the kids about the scientific importance of plants.

Career Counselling Orientation

On 10 April, a career counselling session was held by IDreamCareer for the parents and students of class XII. Facilitated by Mr. Thomas John, the session commenced with the students sharing their goals and aspirations and was followed by a discussion on the factors that should be taken into consideration while making a career choice. Mr. John stressed the need to make a career choice based on the subjects they like and a hobby or passion they might have. The students took an active part in the discussion. Overall, the session was informative and engaging.

Orkids Founder visits CSS

On 22 April, Mrs. Geet Oberoi, founder of Orkids, addressed some students from classes XI and XII about longitudinal research being undertaken by Orkids organization in collaboration with Howard Graduate School of Education. These randomly selected students have been a part of this research since 2016 when they were in grade 2. The research aims to highlight the importance of the mother tongue (Hindi) in gaining proficiency in the second language (English). This documented evidence will give the much-needed impetus to the medium of instruction to be in the mother tongue, especially in the formative years.

Orkids Founder visits CSS

On 22 April, Mrs. Geet Oberoi, founder of Orkids, addressed some students from classes XI and XII about longitudinal research being undertaken by Orkids organization in collaboration with Howard Graduate School of Education. These randomly selected students have been a part of this research since 2016 when they were in grade 2. The research aims to highlight the importance of the mother tongue (Hindi) in gaining proficiency in the second language (English). This documented evidence will give the much-needed impetus to the medium of instruction to be in the mother tongue, especially in the formative years.

Art Battle

Thirty students participated in the Art Battle organised by Kiran Nadar Museum of Art on 30 April. Ten students from each of the three categories – Junior, Middle and Senior participated in the event. Shivaansh Chaudhry of III A (Junior category) and Vanya Jayaraj of VII B (Middle category) won consolation of prize vouchers worth 2 thousand rupees each.

Global Action Days 2024- Foundation for Education

In the month of April, CSS students along with their teachers took part in a global campaign launched by Foundation for Education (FEE), called the Global Action Days 2024. As a part of the campaign, Climate Change through Bioeconomy was conducted. As a part of the campaign, students created a number of bio-economical products such as ‘Hand-made paper’, Bioplastic bowls, Briquettes, cloth bags. Climate Ready through food was another part of the campaign where the students of grade VIII created a low carbon yet healthy food plan. They prepared these dishes in the school and shared them with the school staff. In the activity titled, Circular Economy, the students conducted a cleanliness drive outside the school campus and spread awareness in the local society using posters and slogans. In the programme titled Climate Ready in Changing Weather, aimed to raise awareness about the issue, the students performed a skit titled, “India’s Heatwave Hustle: Sizzling Solutions” covering the causes, prevention as well as the visions of the government to eradicate this issue. The students also prepared slogans and marched around the school to spread the information. The students also practiced sustainable activities to lend a helping hand in reducing the problem. Climate Ready through Ecosystem Restoration was another part of the campaign.

Global Action Days 2024- Foundation for Education

In the month of April, CSS students along with their teachers took part in a global campaign launched by Foundation for Education (FEE), called the Global Action Days 2024. As a part of the campaign, Climate Change through Bioeconomy was conducted. As a part of the campaign, students created a number of bio-economical products such as ‘Hand-made paper’, Bioplastic bowls, Briquettes, cloth bags. Climate Ready through food was another part of the campaign where the students of grade VIII created a low carbon yet healthy food plan. They prepared these dishes in the school and shared them with the school staff. In the activity titled, Circular Economy, the students conducted a cleanliness drive outside the school campus and spread awareness in the local society using posters and slogans. In the programme titled Climate Ready in Changing Weather, aimed to raise awareness about the issue, the students performed a skit titled, “India’s Heatwave Hustle: Sizzling Solutions” covering the causes, prevention as well as the visions of the government to eradicate this issue. The students also prepared slogans and marched around the school to spread the information. The students also practiced sustainable activities to lend a helping hand in reducing the problem. Climate Ready through Ecosystem Restoration was another part of the campaign.

Greater Noida Khel Mahotsav

Students participated in the Greater Noida Khel Mahotsava, a two day event on April 19 & 20 at Manthan School, Greater Noida organised by Physical Education Foundation Of India. Divyansh Negi of IX C participated and won the badminton tournament in the under 14 Boys category. Additionally, Denzil Baby Abrahim, Vijay Singh, Nikhil Bahadur Rana, Abdullah, Akshat and Ariz Azam of classes IX and X won a gold medal in the football match, triumphing over 13 other teams.

Interactive Session

On April 18, CSS held an interactive session for the Science students of Classes XI and XII. In this session, the resource person, Mr. Pranay Lal addressed the students about fossils, brief history about Dinosaurs in India and about their footprints in various parts of India and World. Some inquisitive questions were raised by students. Then, Mr. Pranay Lal conducted another session on urine samples and its composition of various animals in the chemistry lab of the school.

Inclusive Education Club Activities

On 02 April a poster making activity was organised for the students of classes III-V on ‘Autism Awareness’ to spread awareness about the disability autism spectrum disorder. The activity fostered collaboration and educational impact, promoting acceptance and inclusivity among primary students. The colorful posters created by students served as reminders of the importance of embracing diversity and supporting individuals with autism.

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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