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Assessment Schedule
2018-19
Class 2
Assessment Schedule
2018-19
Class 3
Assessment Schedule
2018-19
Class 4 & 5
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October
  • Science Fair
Science Fair
Dear Parents / Guardians,   It’s time for the annual Science Fair for classes II & III at Cambridge Primary School, New Friends Colony on the 13th of October, 2018. The science fair is an opportunity for our little scientists to share the simple phenomena they are curious about & explore in their daily lives. Participating [...]
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September
    Roald Dahl Day – September 13, 2018
    Roald Dahl Day was celebrated on the 13th of September- Roald Dahl's Birthday. During a special assembly on the occasion, the children sang songs from movies based on Roald Dahl's books and interesting anecdotes from his life and books were shared. The children responded enthusiastically when asked which of Roald Dahl's books they had read [...]
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    August
    • 08:00 am to 10:00 pm
    Tree Plantation Drive
    24 children from Class 5 participated in a tree plantation drive on August 10, 2018, at the Ashoka Park, New Friends Colony. They were provided with saplings by the organizers (The Nature Society). The students enjoyed the tasks of removing the plastic bag around the roots and soil of the saplings, placing the sapling in the pit, [...]
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    August
      Assemblies about India’s struggle for Independence
      A series of assemblies was presented by class 4 students with the idea of taking the students and staff through the struggle torn journey that led India towards its independence. The first in this series was an assembly on the 3rd of August narrating the stories of Mangal Pandey and Rani of Jhansi. Videos, pictures [...]
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      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.

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      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