Say No to Plastic
Eco Club of East Point school conducted an awareness to promote the use of paper and cloth bag. Students prepare posters , cloth and paper bags and distribute to the parents and promise to make the School Campus a plastic free zone.
‘ Anti Cracker Campaign and Rally’
East Point Eco Club students conducted an ‘ Anti Cracker Campaign and Rally’ around the neighbourhood of the School 17/10/2017. Students lauded the decision of the Supreme Court banning crackers and raised slogans to spread awareness in the community.
40 students from East Point School, Green Brigade , participated in Tree plantation drive in collaboration with Maharaja Agrasen College. Drive was conducted in the presence of eminent guests - Mr Rajiv Kumar, Councillor Dallupura and Dr B C Sabata , Sr Scientific Officer , Dept of Env Govt of NCT of India.The green brigade keeps crossing milestones to add, protect and nourish the " lungs" of our area.
Awareness to Save Water.
East Point School Class IX students conducted a rally around the school in Vasundhra Enclave to spread awareness to save water.
Students carried banners ,raised slogans and talked to people to tell the importance of water.
Community Service - Prayas Visit
A fun-filled day with children of Prayas On 24th May 2018, Girls of class VIII visited the NGO Prayas Juvenile aid centre(JAC) at Tughlakabad to spent some time with the girls there .Prayas is a humanitarian, gender-sensitive and child-focused development organization with a vision to restore the lost childhood of children in need of care, protection and development. Our school girls sensitized themselves towards community services by understanding the lifestyle and problems of the girls at the center . Girls of class VIII engaged them in dry cooking, (Sandwiches and Roohafza drink) Hankey making and Pottery making activities .All of them enjoyed a lot in doing these tasks.They made it a fun filled session with their dance steps and songs too. Vision of Prayas is to provide care to neglected, street and working children and the marginalized. It visualizes a world that protects children’s rights.As reported by our school girls they liked this field trip a lot as it was a totally new and different experience for them. They learnt that they can actually make a difference by their small steps and understanding. This type of community service visits helps students better understand their own competence, leading to more self-confidence and a can-do attitude that can spread to their work and academic pursuits.