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INCULCATING LEADERSHIP

School councils are representative bodies fundamental to the effective working of the school. At APS, we look to involve pupils effectively in important aspects of school life, to built a sense of democracy and to stimulate the sense of responsibility and leadership in the students. It provides students with the real experience to influence and make decisions in matters which affect their lives inside and outside schools.
On being selected as a member of student council students are expected to-
• Make contributions to the day to day activities of the class and school whilst working towards maintaing discipline and decorum school.
• Show understanding of how changes are effected in the school and the society as a whole.
• Evaluate the effectiveness of different ways in which change can be brought and implemented at different stages in life.
• Participate effectively in school and community-based activities including cultural events and events involving community service.
 

TOWARDS A GREENER TOMORROW

“If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would have only four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man.”

― Albert Einstein

It is necessary to involve students in environment friendly work in order to make them aware and alert citizens of the mother Earth ready to make a difference to the planet. At APS, we instill these ethos in kids from a young age.
• A sense of 'environment preservation’ is integrated with core subjects right from preschool. Presence of An Environment Club or Eco Club, A Recycling club in the school ensures students learn the significance of plant and animal life right from the beginning. 
• Monthly Cleanliness drives are organised in school where children make sure that everything is kept clean and litter free. 
• Eco friendly practices are observed in school including installed solar panels.
• Students are expected to plant a sapling on important days like their birthdays.
• School practices Van-Mahotsava every year diligently with children contributing significantly in its success.
 

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD


Arwachin Public School believes in exposing pupils to knowledge of other countries and cultures to foster attitudes of openness and respect for diversity. A major step in this direction is school's participation in International School Award (ISA) organised by British Council for the session 2020-21.