Fifth Intra School Mathematics Olympiad - RESULT

Dear Reader,

The Fifth Intra School Mathematics Olympiad was held on 7 November 2014.
Hopefully, it was a great learning experience for all. It surely provided an extended platform for all the participating students and it is wished that it is utilized to its fullest.
Here are many young Ramanujan’s and Shakuntala Devi’s in our school who had performed very well in the exam.
Check out the result here:
Congratulations to all the rank and merit holders for their brilliant performance in the  Olympiad.
You may again like to see the question papers and their solutions.

CRPF Public School, Rohini


Another Victory#Sports Department

Dear Reader,

We are feeling proud to share the news that in CBSE National Football Tournament our school team got the second place. There were total of 38 teams from all over India including 6 teams from Dubai. The final match was played between our school team and strong opponent team of Bokaro School, Jharkhand held at Anand Gujarat. Our team loses in tie-breaker 3-2 though the regular time score was 1-1. 

Also, our school’s sub-junior boys(under-14yrs), junior boys (under-17yrs) and senior boys (under-19yrs) won zonal football championship in all the three categories and got the first place.
Congratulations to all the team members, their coach Mr. Sunil Patwal and sports department.

CRPF Public School, Rohini

Children’s Day Celebrations

Primary and Pre-Primary Department enthusiastically celebrated children’s day on 14th Nov. Prof. C.K. Saluja, eminent educationaist, and Mr. Inder Singh, commandant, 55 battalion graced the occasion.

The programme commenced with orchestra where 85 students from classes II, IV, V played composition based on “Raag Bhairav”. Melodious performance was appreciated by the guests.

A group of students from class II and III mesmerized the audience through their group song. Ankush Chauhan ( V-C) and Yuvika Bisla ( V-A) expressed what Children’s day mean to them.

Mansi Raina (V-B) joyfully recited a poem on “Chacha Nehru”.

Abhinav Gautam (V-C) expressed himself on this special day and made other students take a pledge that they would work honestly, truthfully and responsibly to bring out the best in themselves and would set their country on the path of progress and prosperity.

Excellence was also honoured.Prof C.K. Saluja and Mr. Inder Singh gave away prizes to meritorious students.

In the end Taekwondo demonstration by students of class II, III, IV and V spell bound everyone. Principal Mr. H.R. Sharma appreciated Children’s efforts and congratulated them for putting up a wonderful programme.

Primary Department
( Class III, IV and V)

Keeping in view the school’s value based,  activity oriented philosophy we keep on organizing activities which develop learners’ logical thinking , scientific attitude and equip them with basic language skills. Learners imbibe value of discipline, sense of caring and sharing, their view gets widened and learn to take initiative which help in harmonious development of their personality.

Activity based teaching in Primary classes

Language class gives us an opportunity to work with children in a highly flexible, creative and enjoyable medium. That way we create conditions in which children can develop essential language skills and use those skills to sharpen their abilities to learn and respond.

  • To develop their language skills learners are involved in many activities such as role-play, poem recitation, story telling and dramatization, declamation.

  • They get opportunities to learn to respond in functions like greeting, thanking, making requests, apologies, asking for information and permission.

  • Keeping in mind the benefits of reading and to inculcate this wonderful skill learners are advised to read the titles suggested by the teacher. Then they are asked to prepare themselves to make presentation on the “Character they liked the most” or any interesting incident in the story.

Our science teaching aims to encourage natural tendencies to develop understanding based on observation. Interactive approach is adopted to arouse interest in students and enhance their level of curiosity. Keeping this in mind a large no. of activities have been included which can be easily performed by the children.

Projects and Surveys – Eg. Project on cleanliness, pollution. To enhance scientific skills of observation and drawing inferences and for the development of scientific attitude simple science experiments are done by children in labs/class.

To create awareness and raise understanding of environmental issues role plays on various topics such as global warming, water conservation are performed by children. To develop psyco motor skills, model making competitions are done. Besides outdoor activities such as visit to herbal garden for better understanding of plants around them also include compost pit visit. Various competitions such as -1 min science talk, favourite science news, reporting, young scientist are regularly held to motivate children and build their confidence.


The main emphasis behind teaching –learning methodology of mathematics in primary department is the development of thinking and reasoning skills in students. Keeping this in mind, different activities and competitions are conducted to explore, analyze reason and find possible generalizations.

Activities like rangometry and compass patterns, tessellations, abacus, 3-D model making, finding area and perimeter using graph paper, reflection and rotational symmetry activities, measurement activities using calibrated containers, shopping game etc. are taken up where students apply their understanding of various concepts.

Various competitions like fancy dress, 3-D model making, oral calculation, notebook decoration and maths quiz are also organized to bring out the creative and competitive spirit among students.

Fun with factors

Students of class IV performed a group activity related to factors on 30th October .Each member of the group participated in discussion and presentation of the work on A3 sheet, where they had to apply their understanding of factors to make different possible rectangles for the given numbers.

Rotational Symmetry

Class V students engaged themselves in a challenging group activity related to rotational symmetry on 30th October. In this activity, each group was given a particular shape of given measurement. Using different colours of same shape, the group had to create a design/ pattern which is rotationally symmetric at any one or multiple turns. Students came out with beautiful patterns which also reflected their understanding of symmetry.

Social Studies

The aim of teaching social studies is to make the child feel important about their family, community, culture, their way of life and finally their country. This is promoted through the involvement of parents and community in the school group learning and peer learning for social interactions. Projects, presentations, tours and excursions, social interactions, quizzes, debates etc. build up confidence and provides first hand knowledge and recreation too. It also develops reasoning and thinking skills too.

Class III
1. Bulletin Board Competition was held where children depicted a "Metro City" through pictures and information.
III-A Chennai          III-B Mumbai          III-C Kolkata

Winner: Class III-B

Class IV

A group activity was taken up in class IV about different multipurpose projects like Bhakra Nangal Dam, Damodaor Valley Project etc. Each group collected information and made a collage about one such project and gave a presentation in the class.

1. Bulletin Board Competition was held .The topics were :

a) Gautam Buddha          b) Guru Nanak          c) Akbar the great

Winner: Class IV-B

2. Group Activity has been taken up on 20.10.2014 in which children had made posters on “Right to Education” spreading awareness regarding education. They came up with their unique ideas and presented few lines on importance of education which is essential for developing human resource

Class V
1. Interview the junk dealer- The students interviewed the junk dealer and gave a presentation in the class. The purpose of this activity was to find out how non- biodegradable and biodegradable wastes are reprocessed and recycled. This was the part of the chapter about conservation of environment.

2. Bulletin Board Competition: - Topic Pollution                      

Winner: Class V-C

All Set for our Annual Day!

Dear Reader,
Our school is all set to celebrate its Annual Day on Tuesday, 25 November 2014. With immense hope and conviction in their eyes, children are raring to go. Everybody has contributed with all his/her might to leave no stones unturned for the success of the event. From the kid dancing in the back row to the event in-charge, from the students working backstage to everybody who's enjoying the limelight, there's not a single person from the CRPF family who's not awaiting the arrival of this day.
Kindly refer to this circular for all the details regarding Annual Day.

We are also attaching the list of all the students who would be getting prize on the Annual Day. In case of any discrepancy, kindly contact at school’s reception (Ph. No. 27562306/ 27567642) or email at

With immense hope for the success of the function...


CRPF Public School

Fifth Intra School Mathematics Olympiad - Solution Key

Dear All,

Mathematics, often called as language of nature has become an integral part of everyone’s life. In today's highly competitive world, one has to bear a lot of mental stress and also have to get involved in so many things in order to acquire knowledge. This is where co-scholastic activities play a very significant role. They provide the much needed exposure for a student.
CRPF Public School has fulfilled its motto of striving towards excellence by organizing and successfully completing its Fifth Intra School Mathematics Olympiad on 7 November 2014. Around 250 students enthusiastically participated in the Olympiad held in school premises.
Such Olympiads and events provide a great and extended platform for the students to nurture and showcase their ability and talent. It was a towering learning experience for the students of the school from class VI to XII. To encourage students, merit certificates will be given to those scoring at least 60% along with the normal prizes for the top scorers.
We hope that all the participating students must have done well in the exam. To access your performance, check out the solution keys of the question papers below:-

Question papers:-
Class VI      Class VII     Class VIII
Class IX      Class X        Class XI     Class XII

Solutions keys:-
Class IX      Class X        Class XI      Class XII

The result would be declared on 21  November 2014 and would be available here on the blog.

Wishing you all the best!!!

CRPF Public School, Rohini