Van Mahotsav week is celebrated in the first week of July to spread awareness about the need to

conserve forests. Students of pre-primary department celebrated the same , they were made aware

about the meaning of van mahotsav, the need to take care of the mother earth. Students engaged in

plethora of activities like poster making, thumb printing, leaf printing. They were also made familiar

with edible parts of different plants and shared information about medicinal plants followed by an

activity where children showed plants growing in their balcony / on terrace. A video on Chipko

movement was shown and respects were paid to the late Sunder Lal Bahuguna. Deforestation is a big

menace, students were made aware about it.A virtual assembly was also held . Songs on trees were

sung and stories जंगल की सैर were narrated, students enjoyed and pledged to plant more trees.

National Doctors' Day Class VII - B 1st JULY 2021

 _*'A doctor is bestowed with the eye to see and treat weakness in mankind.'*_ 
National Doctors' Day is celebrated every year on July 1 in order to show gratitude to those doctors who have selflessly aided people in their time of need and tirelessly worked for the health of their patients. Since the Covid-19 pandemic has struck the importance of doctors has been realised worldwide. 

On this occasion we pay tribute to *Anandibai Gopalrao Joshi* (31 March 1865 – 26 February 1887).
She was one of the first Indian female doctor of western medicine,  alongside Kadambini Ganguly.She was the first woman from the erstwhile Bombay presidency of India to study and graduate with a two-year degree in western medicine in the United States. 

Students of class VII B prepared posters and orated speeches remembering Anandibai Gopalrao Joshi and thanking the selfless doctors of our country.
                   Thank You
Class VII B


  “A child is meant to learn, not to earn.” 

The International Labour Organization (ILO) launched the World Day Against Child Labour in 2002 to focus attention on the global extent of child labour and the action and efforts needed to eliminate it. The reason June 12 is marked as World Day Against Child Labour is to bring attention to the problem of child labour and to find ways to eradicate it or fight against it. The day is used to spread awareness about the harmful mental and physical problems faced by children forced into child labour, around the world. In order to spread this awareness, students of class VII participated in preparing posters, presented their thoughts during class assembly and shared information on the same. 

Thank you Team Class VII


 English Speaking Activity

“All right everyone, pair up!”

This sentence can be met in many ways.

A team activity was conducted during English class as a  task related to English communication.

The News room was brought live in the class room through vibrant presentations made by the students of class VIII.

The topics were related to ongoing health concerns /CBSE Exam cancellation /dirty drinking water.

Students brought up well - supplied and educative content.  Interesting and captivating exhibit gave  the students a heuristic experience.


Special assembly

CLASS 6c and 6D


Yoga is the dance of every cell with the music of every breath that creates inner serenity and harmony. International Yoga Day 2021, observed on June 21 this year to highlight the importance of Yoga and the pivotal role it plays in rejuvenating our mind and the body, leading to a healthier lifestyle.

The students of class 6C and 6D presented a special assembly on International Day of Yoga on 26th June 2021.

The anchors w/of the assembly were Swastik and Khanak

The day started with the prayer “ Tune humein Utpann kia and Gayatri Mantra” sung by Bushra

Followed by the prayer were thought of the day and news updates by Ishaan and Sonakshi

The audience was then asked to switch on the camera to perform a warm up session by Shristi, Ginishka, and Unnati


After the warm up session , the logo of International Day of Yoga was explained by  Aarav Mamodia

Yoga logo depiction by- Jagriti Gautam

Surya Namaskar , its poses and benefits were demonstrated and explained.

Demonstration by Bhavy and Aslesha

Explanation by Abhinav

The talk on Importance of Yoga was presented through posters and ppt by Prisha and Devanshi

In the end , a yoga dance was performed Udita, Shaurya,Shristi, Palak, Vasvi

Beena Srikumar ma’am, Mentor Ritu Michael ma’am, Coordinator Shilpa Taneja ma’am showered their blessings and words of appreciation and encouragement

With warm regards

Class Teacher VI C( Ms Raveena Gautam)

Class Teacher VI D( Ms Nayan Malik)



World Day against Child Labour

“Let there be books instead of tools in the little hands”


Child labour is a menace that the always evolving world still has to deal with. Owing to the pandemic, there has been an increase in child labour across the world. June 12 is also celebrated as World Day against Child Labour to raise awareness regarding the detrimental consequences of the same. 

In order to sensitize everyone on this most relevant social issue, the students of Class 8 conducted a special assembly on the World day against Child Labour. The assembly started with the morning prayer followed by the news headlines and the thought for the day. They enacted a story on the issue of child labour with a clarion call to stop this.

The students presented posters and recited poems appealing to the audience to raise their voice against child labour. They urged their fellow friends to raise objection if they themselves witness any form of child labour in their neighborhood. 

The assembly concluded with the students taking a pledge to raise their voice against this crime of child labour.


Team Class 8


‘Let us plant more trees and make our Earth green and clean’


Earth is the only beautiful planet where life exists. On this Earth Day, let’s take a pledge to make this lovely planet more adorable.

Earth Day is observed on April 22 around the world. It is about raising awareness about the importance of protecting our planet and taking action.

CRPF Public School also celebrated Earth Day with a myriad of fun filled activities. The students of Class VIII did their own bit while staying at home amidst the COVID 19 lockdown. They took the initiative of planting a sapling each and many of them made posters wherein they painted their thoughts on nature conservation. These activities helped students assimilate simply yet clearly that our natural resources are limited and we desperately need to use them judiciously.


The students were sensitized about the importance of saving environment and were told about the importance of trees and recycling. They took a pledge to keep their environment clean and plant more trees.


Thanks and Regards

Class VIII