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15
August
  • Independence Day
Independence Day-2019
A series of assemblies was presented by the students of class 4, with the intention of taking the students and staff through the struggles, that led India towards its independence. The first in this series was an assembly on the 2nd of August narrating the stories of Mangal Pandey and Rani of Jhansi. Videos, pictures [...]
8
July
  • 8:00 am to 9:00 am
Van Mahotsav – 2019
Van Mahotsav was celebrated after the school reopened on July 8. The importance of trees and the need to love trees was highlighted with the help of a play based on “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein. The impact of the assembly was further enhanced by the beautiful poem Ped (Tree), by Safdar Hashmi, recited [...]
3
May
    14th A. C. Deb Memorial Art Event-2019
    The 14th A. C. Deb Memorial Art Event was held on 03.05.19. Fourteen schools including Cambridge School, NFC participated. There were a total of fifty six participants. The topic was: My Impressions of Nature, and the children were required to make a mixed media drawing /painting. RESULT- 14TH A.C. DEB. MEMORIAL ART EVENT, 03.05.19. DOWNLOAD [...]
    29
    April
      World Dance Day – 2019
      The school celebrated the International Dance Day on 29th April through a special assembly packed with lively and enthusiastic dance numbers. Put up by almost 150 students trained by our two dance teachers, the program was a mix of  Indian classical forms and contemporary styles. Starting with Mangalacharan, a significant part of Odissi dance, the [...]
      Assessment Schedule
      2019-20
      Class 2
      Assessment Schedule
      2019-20
      Class 3
      Assessment Schedule
      2019-20
      Class 4 & 5
      Our

      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