Swachhta Pakhwada - Letter Writing

On day 10, students wrote letters to their parents about swacchta pakhwada activities and their understanding about the importance of cleanliness. 

Swachhta Pakhwada - Rainwater Harvesting

On day9, Students of class I-III were made aware of the rainwater harvesting system working in our school and how it works to conserve water i.e improves the ground level of our school area and nearby.

Swachhta Pakhwada - Video on water borne diseases

Water is an important part of our life but when gets polluted it becomes very harmful.  On day 8, Students were made aware of one of the harmful effects of water pollution like water borne diseases by showing them videos and discussing the symptoms and it's preventive measures. Students were curious to know more about the diseases and showed eagerness to spread the awareness among their family and friends.

Swachhta Pakhwada -Best out of waste Activity

On day 7, our students prepared cards on teachers day using pencil shavings, ice-cream sticks and waste packing material. They also used their creative skills to make paper weight and book marks.

Swachhta Pakhwada - Rally

On Day 6 Students of Green Brigade from classes 4 and 5 took responsibility of spreading awareness about keeping the surroundings clean by taking out a rally to the nearest market . They sensitized shopkeepers about the importance of cleanliness and encouraged them to keep two separate bins for dry and wet waste.

Swachhta Pakhwada - Personal Hygiene Activity

On day 5 students of classes 4 and 5 watched the videos related to personal hygiene as it is equally important along with keeping the surroundings clean . After watching the videos teachers had interactive session with students followed by brochure making activity in which students have mentioned the - tips to have personal hygiene,it's benefits and what will happen if we have bad hygiene?

Swachhta Pakhwada Assembly -Segregating Waste

On 4th day of swacchta pakhwada an assembly was conducted spreading the awareness related to the importance of segregating waste on daily basis. Students were made aware about how wet waste can be converted into manure. It was followed by a short quiz. Our class 4  students enthusiastically took up broom and garbage bags to clean up every nook and corner of their classroom, corridor and school ground. The whole drive was quite inspiring and motivating for students

Swachhta Pakhwada - Planting Saplings

On day 3 of Swachhta Pakhwada, our Green Brigade went a step ahead and planted saplings in the planters within the school premises. They also created a fresh breath corner in their classrooms thereby aiding the activity the purification of the air.

Swachhta Pakhwada - Cleanliness Drive

East Point School moved into the day 2 of cleanliness drive with great vigour. On this day, our Green Brigade worked in full swing to clean their classrooms. Apart from this, our students watched videos depicting moral responsibility to keep their surrounding clean.

Swachhta Pakhwada - Pledge (Clean India)

East point school had been promoting cleanliness drive since long time.  We are delighted to support swachhta drive programme. Our students of Class 4 and 5 took oath on 1 September to continue cleanliness drive beyond the fortnight.  Our Green Brigade team will lead the program and create awareness among our students.

Tree Plantation

Tree plantation on 14/8/2018 by Chief guest and other guests in outskirts of the school.


Van Mahotsav

As East Pointers, we believe that “Trees are the kindest things we grow”. Week long Van Mahotsav festivities were observed by the students of our school from 2nd – 7th July 2018. The students participated in activities like watering the plants, writing slogans, making posters and planting saplings. As a part of our responsibility to the society the “Green Warriors “of EPS took up the task to develop the green belt in the adjoining areas. The week-long activities culminated with a tree plantation drive outside the school premises to sensitise the community about importance of planting trees. Our guest of honour, Mr. Rajeev Kumar and other eminent MCD members encouraged the students to nurture and take care of the saplings to increase the green cover of Delhi. Students interaction with the counsellor motivated them to take responsibility of saplings they planted and strengthen their bond with nature. The programme ended with a pledge to plant trees and protect them

Earth Day Activities

Eco club students of East Point School from classes I to X, showcased their Earth Day week activities through an exhibition on 21/4/2018. Dr B C Sabat, Senior Scientist , Ministry of Environment, graced the occasion by his presence.

Say No to Plastics

Eco club along with NCC cadets organised a rally on 18/4/2018  in outskirts of the School,Vasundhra Enclave to raise awareness against use of plastic in daily life. 
Students raised slogans,distributed pamphlets supporting their campaign.
Also posters were made and displayed  in the School to make students and society aware of threats to environment because of using plastics.


Annual Award Ceremony

Muskan Gupta of class VI and Aniket Pal of V recieved award for their concerns towards environment.Muskan Gupta is incharge of Rolly Polly team and Aniket Pal collects environment related  news everyday and shares in class.

Cleanliness Drive

Cleanliness drive at the school play ground by children of class IV and V .They enthusiastically cleaned their school ground for Annual Sports Day(juniors)while a cleanliness song was played .

Annual Environment Programme

Annual Environment Programme was conducted in East Point School on 27/10/2017. Dr Swaminathan, Associate Proff , Department of Physics, Maharaja Agrasen College, University of Delhi and Mr Arun Gupta , Member  of management committee ,East Point School , Chairman NTPC( Retired). Environment Secretary of the School welcomed the guests, students class 10 presented an Elocution ushering the audience to Save Earth.Class 9 students thereafter presented a ppt on ‘ The Success of Montreal Protocol’ followed by a vibrant and thought provoking Panel Discussion.The programme ended with the Annual Award Ceremony of the Environment Department of the School.
The proud award winners included :-
Category                                                                       Name of the student 
1.Regular Collection of vegetable peels                          Muskan Gupta
2.Compost collection.                                                      Aniket Pal
3.Waste Paper collection                                                 Shubham Samantha
4.Creative Presentation                                                   Rabika Azmi 
 in Environment related 
Conducting reading collection                                      Akshira Pandey
of Rain Gauge, Making of charts
6.Conducting investigatory projects                                Lavanya Bhat
Dr Swaminathan in his address to the students appreciated the efforts put in by students in preparing the presentation on Montreal Protocol and participating activity in Panel Discussion on ‘Montreal Protocol ‘ and Climate Change. He brought forward certain points related to the topic and enhanced the knowledge of the students by answering the questions asked by the audience.Mr Arun Gupta also discussed various facts effecting climate change from his long experience of being the head of several projects related to urban development and their impact on Environment.Dr Swaminathan invited the school for an exchange programme between School and college students based on different Environment activities.

'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.


Workshop by Mr.Umesh Gupta

35 Students attended workshop, organised by DSLSA under the project "Greening Delhi Project".

Workshop by Mr.Umesh Gupta
Workshop by Mr.Umesh Gupta

Visit to Smriti Van

20 students from eco club attended the tree plantation organised by DSLSA under "Green Delhi Project" at Smriti Van

Tree Plantation Drive

40 green brigade students and 6 eco teachers with other staff participated in tree plantation drive in collaboration with Maharaja Agrasen College.
Chief Guest :-
Mr Rajiv  MCD Counillor
Mr.Sabala Sr. Scientist environment department  

Tree Plantation Drive
Tree Plantation Drive
Tree Plantation Drive

Experiment on Rain Gauge

Students plotted rain gauge at quadrangle on 10th july,17

Rain Gaugae
Rain Gaugae
Rain Gaugae

Celebrating Van Mahotsav 7th July,17

IV-V   Planters by plastic bottles and fresh breath
VI-VIII  Watched Ppt on Van Mahotsav
IX-X   Planted trees and removed weeds