SPORTS DAY 2023 🤾‍♂️

East Point School’s senior sports day, held on January 25, 2024, was a vibrant occasion marked by fervor and excitement.Flt. Lt. Vijay Raghvan ( Retd. Indian Airforce) was the esteemed Guest of Honor.

The school extended a warm welcome to Ms. Amita Gupta, the Chairperson, Mr. Deepak Gupta, the President, Ms VandanaSood, Manager,  Mr. Saurabh Sanyal, a Member of the East Point Education Society, Ms. Surbhi Joshi, Director for South Asia, University College Dublin, Ireland, and Ms. UshaRavichandran, a member of the East Point Managing Committee.The Guest of Honor graced the event, initiating the festivities with the unfurling of the National Flag alongside the Principal, Ms.Archana Shrivastava and other dignitaries. This was followed by the resonant tones of the National Anthem. Adding to the vibrant atmosphere of the Sports Day, spirited house children showcased impeccable discipline and unity during the March past, leaving an indelible mark of teamwork and enthusiasm. Manya Shukla, Co-Academic Secretary, delivered the Republic Day speech, reminding the students of their rights and duties as responsible citizens. The solemn oath-taking ceremony, led by Avni Negi( Assistant Sports Secretary), further instilled a sense of responsibility among both students and teachers. The torch-lighting ceremony became a symbol of pride for the house captains and students, setting the stage for a spirited sports meet.With the release of colorful balloons, the Guest of Honor officially declared the sports meet open, paving way for an array of exciting events. From the thrilling 100 M and 200 M races to the challenging hurdles race, fast cycle race, three-legged race, obstacle race, and the 4×100 M relay race, students showcased their athletic prowess and indomitable spirit.The cultural segment of the event was equally captivating. Class VI presented a mesmerizing display of dance, while the energetic performances of Zumba and Aerobics by Class VII added a dynamic flair. The martial arts prowess of Class IX and XI showcased in a finely executed pyramid, left the audience in awe.Adding a touch of humor and companionship, the parents’ race brought joy to the participants and spectators alike. The subsequent prize distribution ceremony was a moment of recognition for the dedication and hard work put in by the students. The Guest of Honor, in his address, commended the young talents for their versatility and efforts in sports, extending appreciation to the teachers and acknowledging behind-the-scenes contributors.

The culmination was done by the Principal with a vote of thanks to her team, behind-the-scenes people, and the young talented athletes. She declared the sports meet closed.


Our young stars from the Pre-Primary Wing left us in awe on December 20th with an exceptional display of sportsmanship, vibrant enthusiasm, and a burst of colourful energy during their Annual Sports Day!

It was heart-warming to see each little one taking ownership and showcasing a strong sense of responsibility on the field. The event truly transformed the space into a lively canvas of hues as our budding athletes proudly flaunted their vibrant costumes, creating a joyful and energetic spectacle.


On September 1st, East Point School buzzed with excitement as it celebrated Teacher’s Day with a memorable assembly, uniting students from grades III to XII. The event was a harmonious blend of gratitude, talent, and education. The assembly commenced with heartfelt speeches by students, acknowledging the profound impact teachers have on their lives. This was followed by a captivating dance performance choreographed by the talented dance teacher, Ms Priyadarshini, celebrating the spirit of teaching. A skit highlighting the importance of teachers in one’s life showcased the profound influence educators have in shaping the future. The audience was left both entertained and enlightened by the powerful portrayal. The melodious choir, under the guidance of Mr Manoj Ahuja and Mr Dinesh Singh (Music Teachers), resonated with everyone, paying tribute to the mentors who inspire and nurture young minds. The Principal, Ms Archana Shrivastava’s address was a moment of reflection and appreciation for the dedicated efforts of the teaching staff. Their dedication to nurturing future generations was celebrated with resounding applause. Post-assembly, the Class XII students transformed into teachers themselves, engaging in activity-based learning sessions across classes. This unique initiative not only honoured teachers but also imparted valuable experiential learning to the younger students. The Teacher’s Day assembly at East Point School was a resounding success, fostering a culture of gratitude and emphasizing the vital role teachers play in shaping the future of their students.

The Freedom Saga

The patriotic fervor was streaming all over as the students from the primary wing celebrated the Independence Day program at East Point School. The presentation included a musical rendition awakening our emotions towards our motherland, a powerful nukkad natak which perfectly synthesised the undying love of the freedom fighters and finally an enchanting dance performance which was a perfect blend of agility and synchronisation.The event not only displayed the courage and valour of our freedom fighters but was also synthesized with an undying love for our country and motivated all to continue the spirit through small acts of kindness, ownership and perseverance. 

Celebration of International Day of Yoga

Yoga Day, also known as International Day of Yoga, is celebrated worldwide on June 21st every year. It was officially declared by the United Nations General Assembly in 2014 in response to a proposal made by the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. The theme for International Yoga Day 2023 is ‘Yoga for Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam,’ effectively encapsulating our collective aspiration for ‘One Earth, One Family, and One Future.’ 

Students and staff members of East Point School celebrated the day with the Yoga Fusion and combination of various Asanas under the guidance of school’s yoga instructor Ms Archana Yadav. 
Asanas like Bhadrasana, Vriksanasa, vajrasana, bhujangasana, setubandhasana, shalabasana, chair Pose, Ardha Ushtrasana, Kapalbhati, Anulom-Vilom Pranayama, Sheetali Pranayama, Bhraamaari Pranayama and Om chanting were performed. The purpose of celebration was to raise awareness about the numerous benefits of practicing yoga and promote its holistic approach to physical and mental well-being.


Creating compost from vegetable peels is an excellent way to reduce waste and produce nutrient-rich soil for your garden. To celebrate Van Mahotsav week, students of Class VI were asked to collect the peels from their kitchen which were taken out while preparing meals, and the scraps were collected in a designated container. They brought carrot tops, potato peels, onion skins, celery leaves, and broccoli stems. Once they have accumulated a sufficient amount of vegetable peels, they collected it in a bin and put them in compost pit. As our school’s compost pit comprises of alternate layers of vegetable peels and other organic materials like yard waste or leaves so the waste was segregated accordingly.
They are guided to regularly turn or aerate the compost pit with help of helpers to provide oxygen for the decomposition process. They will also monitor the temperature and moisture levels to ensure optimal composting conditions.


The students understood the need to respect and thank those invisible hands (our helpers) who are always there for us, helping us in every possible way.
By bowing down and giving them some beautiful handmade ‘Thank You’ cards, the students of Class VI expressed their gratitude to the school helpers on occasion of International Labour Day.