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Assessment Schedule
2018-19
Class 2
Assessment Schedule
2018-19
Class 3
Assessment Schedule
2018-19
Class 4 & 5
22
April
    Earth Day – 2019
    An assembly was conducted on the occasion of The Earth Day today highlighting the events that led to the significance of  this day through a short child friendly animated movie. The assembly was dotted with interesting songs on the Earth and the three R’s. Another poignant video of an orangutan and its forest in distress [...]
    12
    April
    • 11:30 am to 1 pm
    Vaisakhi
    An assembly was conducted on the occasion of the auspicious dates of 13th - 15th of April. It was highlighted how these days are celebrated as the harvest festival and a New Year for many communities across India. Many states were spoken about including Assam, West Bengal, Punjab, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The harvest festival [...]
    5
    April
    • Founder's Day
    Founder’s Day
    A special assembly was held on April 5, 2019 in memory of the founder of Cambridge Schools, Shri A.C. Deb. This day is celebrated as Karamchari Diwas. Mr. Anu Behl Roy spoke about the founder. The karamcharies presented a cultural programme. The assembly was followed by the sports for the Karamcharis.
    15
    March
    • 8:00 am to 9:00 am
    A Farewell Assembly – Class V
    A farewell assembly was organized on March 15, for the outgoing students of class V. The assembly was followed by a small ‘tikka’ ceremony. Children were given farewell badges, autograph books and class photographs. This year, instead of going for the night camp to Najafgarh farms, the school had organized an overnight adventure camp in [...]
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    Core Purpose

    To develop an educational programme and environment which nurtures boys and girls, who will endeavour to be good citizens and distinguish themselves in all walks of life.

    From Our

    Headmistress

    Children come to us as toddlers. They will leave school as young adults, their personalities and potential largely determined by their experiences in school. The primary school years are perhaps the most significant. By the age of eleven the child has learnt how to read and has grasped the rudiments of number and quantity; but more than that she should have learnt to love reading, to be fascinated by numbers, and to enjoy finding out things in answer to her own questions. At Cambridge Primary School we believe that a successful child is one who wants to learn and that exploration is easily the best way to learn.

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    What we want to see is the child in pursuit of knowledge not knowledge in pursuit of the child.

    – George Bernard Shaw

    The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.

    – Sydney J. Harris