“Straight from Heart” - Second Session of Season 1

They say when the going gets tough, the tough get going.

Intending to help its students and their parents cope with the challenges during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, GGH School came up with yet another thoughtful initiative of organising a series of talk show titled ‘Straight from Heart.’ The idea that lies behind this is that the parents and students would be able to express their thoughts on various matters of concern freely so that we all can have meaningful and insightful conversation on significant matters.

On 29th August, Gurugram Global Heights School has successfully conducted second session of season 1 “Straight from Heart”, a special talk series with its students and discussed about “The impact of Covid 19 on the students’ life.” The session was quite intriguing and insightful.

The show was hosted by Ms. Shikha Bansal – the English faculty, under the guidance of our revered Vice Principal ma’am, Dr. Bhavna Chibber, who was the observer of the session. She provided great support to all the students on behalf of the school and encouraged them to speak their thoughts out loud.

Our students willingly joined us & expressed their opinions based on the impact the pandemic has had on their lives to the core, wherein they put forth their inner feelings ‘straight from heart’.

They shared insights into how one can keep calm in such difficult times and talked about various ways that they adopted to let the positivity flowing. The drastic transformation in the lifestyle brought about by this pandemic and the psychological effects of lockdown on young children were discussed extensively. The session also focussed on managing stress and emphasized on the importance of having heart to heart conversations with the little ones.

Students came up with some real-life issues that this pandemic enforced on them and what strategies they adopted and habits they inculcated to balance their mental, physical and moral health. We were amazed to see that our young generation can be so concerned towards the importance of mental health. Watching the students talking in the following video you can easily analyze the level of thoughts that our children carry these days.




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Here’s announcing the second session of the first season of our special talk series ‘STRAIGHT FROM HEART’ with our young speakers who will share their experience and views on ‘the impact of COVID-19 on students’ life’. The preparations are in full swing!
So, stay tuned for the session to be posted on Tuesday, August 31, 2021.

Promoting activities in the classrooms to make children aware of saving our mother Earth in every possible way.

Gurugram Global Heights School has been continuously working on manifesting innovative learning for students. With the affiliation of highly skilled and qualified teachers, the school has been making it possible for the students to acknowledge the power of learning. The school focuses on the holistic development of children to make them future-ready in all aspects. Not only this but the faculty of the school tries to give their students an extra edge by supplying a well-developed curriculum to match the needs of the coming generation. The schools give the full privilege of the diversified cultural classroom and make the students excel in education by providing all the necessary co-cultural activities.
Gurugram Global Heights School has also been promoting activities in the classrooms to make children aware of saving our mother Earth in every possible way. It has been quoted by our late Prime Minister Dr APJ Abdul Kalam that “If you want to change the world, start by focusing on the young generation.” Thus, Gurugram Global Heights School appreciates his thoughts and is trying to make a revolution in the present school system.

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Gurugram Global Heights School has been continuously working on manifesting innovative learning for students. With the affiliation of highly skilled and qualified teachers, the school has been making it possible for the students to acknowledge the power of learning. The school focuses on the holistic development of children to make them future-ready in all aspects. Not only this but the faculty of the school tries to give their students an extra edge by supplying a well-developed curriculum to match the needs of the coming generation. The schools give the full privilege of the diversified cultural classroom and make the students excel in education by providing all the necessary co-cultural activities.
Gurugram Global Heights School has also been promoting activities in the classrooms to make children aware of saving our mother Earth in every possible way. It has been quoted by our late Prime Minister Dr APJ Abdul Kalam that “If you want to change the world, start by focusing on the young generation.” Thus, Gurugram Global Heights School appreciates his thoughts and is trying to make a revolution in the present school system.


Independence Day is celebrated all over India with great patriotism and pride. Gurgram Global Heights School, Gurugram also takes a keen interest in celebrating festivals of national interest in all its grandeur. The students and staff were dressed up in tri-coloured clothes. To instil a feeling of patriotism and to make the children more aware of the innumerable sacrifices made by our great leaders, a special virtual assembly was conducted for all the classes.
The event started with the welcoming of guests of Honour Sr. Vice Chairman, Mr Harsh Tandon, Vice Person Ms Yojna Raghav followed by lamp lighting and Saraswati Vandana . The School Principal Ms Akansha Tandon addressed the students and told them to value independence won after a century-long struggle.


On this patriotic occasion, the students of classes II and III dressed up as great freedom fighters – Rani Lakshmi Bai, Mangal Pandey and Bhagat Singh and recited their famous slogans spreading the message of peace and love for the nation. The students also sang patriotic songs. Students of class nursery presented a skit depicting that they want freedom from Corona and want to live a normal life yet again.
Students of Class VI performed a skit portraying the struggle for freedom. It also urged the children of today to value the freedom we have got after the sacrifice of many Indians. Students also danced to a medley of songs ‘Desh Rangeela’ and ‘Indiawale’. School Vice Principal Ms Bhavna Chibber proposed a Vote of thanks. This colourful presentation received much-deserved applause from the parents and students in attendance.
Jai Hind!


School is the basic foundation of knowledge being imparted to a child. It gives a chance to children to acquire knowledge on various fields of education, such as people, literature, mathematics and other numerous subjects.
Topic My School was discussed in the class and activity was organized by the teacher on "4th AUGUST 2021" that tell what all things you see in school. They speak few lines in school with having props in their hand. It was a great effort by the kids and we enjoyed the session very much.


The colour purple is often associated with royalty, power ambition, wealth and creativity. Explaining the importance of Purple colour Purple day was celebrated on
29th July 2021. Our little ones were dressed in purple attire. The teacher made the students aware of how the mixing of blue and red colour convert into Purple colour. Colour recognition was done by showing different objects virtually like Brinjal, Grapes, Purple flower etc. Activity
Show And Tell was organised by the teacher children have to show any purple object and speak few lines on it. It was a pleasant and lovely day for our little ones

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A speech is a poetry: cadence, rhythm, imagery, sweep! A speech reminds us that words, like children, have the power to make dance the dullest beanbag of a heart “
GGHS believes in nurturing the minds of young students. Speaking skills are defined as the skills which allow us to communicate effectively. They give us the ability to convey information verbally and in a way that the listener can understand. So, it’s
important to develop both speaking and listening skills to communicate effectively.
Students of Grade-1 have made a poster related to “Public Speaker. It will help them to understand that a public speaker who exudes confidence is viewed as being more confident, accurate, knowledgeable, intelligent, and likable than a speaker who is less confident of what they are saying. It’s natural to be nervous but to excel in public speaking, you have to overcome your nervous jitters.

‘Inter-House Veggie Parade’

Vegetables are natural source of nutrients, these must be the integral part of our eating habits. Since time being, vegetables are said to be the source of nutrients and immunity. One who takes right amount of fruits and vegetables is immune to diseases.
With the objective to make students aware of the importance of vegetables and consumption of vegetables in their regular diet, Gurugram Global Heights School conducted ‘Inter-House Veggie Parade’ competition for class nursery to II.

Children were smartly dressed up in costume of tomato, cauliflower, ladyfinger, onion and many more with props. They spoke about the nutritional benefits of vegetables. Respected Vice Principal ma’am congratulated and appreciated the efforts of all the participants, teachers as well as parents for building up the confidence of children.
It was amazing to see students dressed up adorably in beautiful and vibrant colours of vegetables. Under the benign presence of Resp Vice Chairperson Ma’am, Mrs. Yojna Raghav and Respected Vice Principal Ma’am, Dr. Bhavna Chibber, the event was a great success. All children of classes Nur to II got benefitted from it.

We are delighted to announce the result of House competition as:

Name of participant

Classes I and II



Rumi and Devanshi



Manreet and Harshaya



Nixie and Darsh Chugh



Name of participant

Classes Nursery and KG


Sarvagya Gupta and Viaan Singh


Advit Sinha and Nevaan Kashyap


Yatwik Kumar



Paper Bag Day 2021

Paper bag day is celebrated on 12 July annually to make people aware of the pollution caused due to plastic and the serious threat that it poses to the natural environment. Plastic waste takes thousands of years to decompose. Therefore, it is important to understand the ill effects of single-use plastic bags.

Paper bags are made from renewable raw materials, are recyclable and biodegradable. No doubt they are strong and are used on almost all occasions. Several people are using bags every day made up of paper that help in curbing environmental pollution. Due to globalization, climate change, and scarcity of raw materials people are adopting sustainable lifestyle choices, and paper bag is one of them. It reduces the use of plastic bag which causes pollution and are non-biodegradable.

To emphasize on the significance of paper bags, the students of class V virtually hosted a special assembly attended by all the students, parents, teachers, and our honorable Vice chairperson ma’am and Vice Principal ma’am.

A beautiful and informative role play was presented by Bhushan and Aanya of class V spreading awareness about the need for the usage of paper bag. Also, Roli gave a small presentation to help his schoolmates know the procedure and way of creating a paper bag at home. This helped create awareness among students regarding the necessity of being friends with the environment.

“If you want to integrate yourself with Society,
You should always work on your Immunity.”

With the above belief, GGHS took the initiative to inculcate the habit of using Immunity Boosters in its students and elevated its importance further by conducting a House Activity in the form of Competition.
Under the benign presence of Respected Vice-Chairperson, Mrs Yojna Raghav and Respected Vice Principal Ma’am, Mrs Bhavna Chibber, the event was a great success. All children of classes VI to IX got benefitted from it.
Participants presented their views on Immunity Boosters and various methods to prepare them with homemade products. The students also integrated the concept with History and Statistics which was appreciated.
Here are some glimpses of the event:


"The Bear Went Over the Mountain"

Tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme!
At GGHS, it is our primary aim to engage students in numerous interactive learning techniques that enhance their skills and keeps them constructively occupied.
With this view, Rhyme Time was organized for KG students where they made a Bear from a Paper Plate and Recited the Rhyme – ‘The Bear Went Over the Mountain.’
The objective was to develop their language, creative thinking and social skills. In addition, physical response to rhyme reinforces learning about rhyme by including more of the total body in the learning experience. All these objectives were achieved successfully when the students recited the poem using the paper plate bear made by them.


Music is the language of soul!
Celebrating the glorious tradition of World Music Day in GGH School, the students from different schools delivered a musical introspection of their culture and individuality by singing songs of various genres like a medley of Rhymes, Rabindra sangeet / patriotic songs, and Folk songs. We organized an Inter-School Music Competition – GGHS Jubilation. Being a host school we did not participated in any category. The competition took place in 3 groups as per class.
Here are the winners of the competition hosted to revere the World Music Day, which is classified in Groups A, B and C.

" Be a good listener"

” Every good conversation starts with a good listener “.
GGHS believes in nurturing the minds of young students. Listening skills lead to lasting advantages in a student’s academic career and beyond, including Greater ability to communicate.
Students of grade-1 have made a poster on ” Be a good listener”. It will help them to enhance their effective listening skills which have three modes: attentive listening, responsive listening, and active listening. Good listening skills also have benefits in our personal lives, including A greater number of friends and social networks, improved self-esteem and confidence, higher grades at school and in academic work, and even better health and general well-being.



“Choose your adventure and make memories that last a lifetime”
The students of GGHS rediscovered the joy through a rejuvenating SUMMER CAMP. Summer classes offer a wide variety of enrichment to engage children in fun learning activities. The main purpose of the summer bonanza was Art, Athletic and Cultural development. GGHS had a wonderful time learning through various interesting activities arranged by the School for the students. They enjoyed Yoga class, Dance steps on different rhythms and beats, and learned about the basic steps of Bharatnatyam, Zumba, Hip-Hop. They experienced their hands at doodle magic, Splish-Splash with colours, build their toy, and puppet show and so on.They also become Masterchef by making some beautifully decorated “Mini pizza”.
It was a relaxing and grappling camp. It allowed children to learn new skills in a safe and nurturing environment.

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If you are not willing to learn, No one can help you. If you are determined to learn, No one can stop you.
Creative writing is one of the most powerful ways to express feelings, thoughts and ideas. Writing, like all other forms of arts is meant to effect and influence the minds and emotions of others. To enhance the creativity and knowledge of teachers about the use of language, an online session on Zoom was conducted. It was steered by our Vice Principal Ma’am, Dr. Bhavna Chibber, and conducted by Ms. Shikha Bansal (the English Faculty) on 31st May 2021. The workshop emphasized on the importance of observing one’s surroundings closely and relating it with things that are known to one. Once the ideas have formed, it is important to indulge in free writing and record all thoughts without inhibition. It is only when all the thoughts have been put down on paper that one should move towards cohering the piece of writing by editing, altering, correcting the writing, and taking feedback on it. The session was interactive and included activities where teachers willingly participated with enthusiasm. After attending this workshop, the teachers came out better fortified with lots of material to restructure their creative writing skills.

“Straight from Heart”

GGH School has launched a special talk series “Straight from Heart” wherein parents, especially mothers, joined us & expressed their opinions based on different topics, in which they got complete freedom to share their inner feelings straight from heart.
The topic of the first session was the impact of Covid 19 on the parents and the student’s life.
This session helped all the parents out there in understanding their child’s psyche & better manage their as well as their child’s stress levels. In this session Miss. Bhavna Chibber, the vice-principal of GGHS as an observer of the session.
All the moms have spoken from their hearts! They have shown us how to cope with the ongoing pandemic situation and have given us innumerable ways to handle our children with care in such trying times.
So many tips & tricks are given by the mothers to manage the kids. And for complete insight, click on the below link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w19F6w-83XQ&feature=youtu.be


“Circumstances make us angry. To overreact to such situations in an uncontrolled manner is its presentation.
To react in a controlled manner and handling the circumstances with a positive attitude is Anger Management.”

Here is one more commitment of GGHS that was appreciated by the audience was “Workshop on Anger Management “.
Under the benign presence of our Vice-Principal Ma’am, Dr. Bhavna Chibber the event was a great success.

The tips of our Resource person Mr. Abhishek Sharma were like sparks in the dark light that told the way to manage the situations that are usually surrounded by anger.

We believe that this kind of session will help us to overcome this time of desperation and help our mind to function with peace and happiness.
Let’s have a glimpse of the event


Fun Day 2021

Summer holidays are always a means of rejuvenation and relaxation. It becomes a fun time for students which begins with the last bell ringing in school before vacation as they get ready to enjoy the summer retreat. ‘Fun Day’ was conducted at GGHS for all classes on the last working day of school where the students participated in various activities planned by their class teachers and shared some great tips on dos and don’ts for a healthier and enjoyable summer vacation. Students of classes nursery, KG,1, and 2 enthusiastically engaged themselves in activities like a scavenger hunt, Tall Thomas, Question web and became chefs too through fireless cooking. The day became even more exciting when a class party was organized for all grades where students could spend some time with their teacher and peers. They brought lip-smacking food and shared a wonderful treat with their classmates. Their vibrant faces were shining bright as it was time to take a break from their regular activities and spend time with their families. They parted happily with a promise to abide by the dos and don’ts discussed in the class and come back energized with more dynamism and vitality after summer vacation.

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The Hungry Caterpillar

” A good story can instill the right values in the most impressionable age”
Brightening the day of the students of class KG, a wonderful Story Telling Session themed “The Hungry Caterpillar was conducted on May 13, 2021
As a learning tool, storytelling encourages learners to explore their unique expressions and helps enhance the ability to articulate their thoughts and feelings appropriately. It further improves their language skills and instills a love for reading. Also, it triggers their imagination.
The Story,”The Hungry Caterpillar”, was narrated following the 3H Approach, i.e., involving Head, Heart, and Hand. Through this, the students learned the Days of the week and the life cycle of a butterfly (Head). They understood the essence of healthy eating (Heart), and they carried out the activity (Hand).

"Pranic Healing Session"

*It’s all about the inner voice what you feel, to overcome the worse through practice by oneself, we call it to heal…*
Yes!!! The promising step of GGHS to overcome the worst situation around through the “Pranic healing session” was worth appreciated by all the parents and students.
Under the supervision and benign presence of Vice-Principal Ma’am Mrs. Bhavna Chibber, the Pranic Healing session was a great success where all the attendees got benefitted through various exercises and self-healing techniques.
Under the guidance of the Resource Person Mr. Abhishek Sharma, the parents and students of GGHS took advantage of feeling relaxed and light by:
🔶 Identifying and burning their greatest fears.
🔶Collecting all the positive energies from the environment.
🔶Refining their breath.
🔶 Transferring all the positive energies to all the parts of the body.
🔶Learning to remove the anger from their lives and finding actual happiness.
*What you think and respond becomes your reality.*
We strongly believe that this session will overcome all the negative vibes around us and will fill the environment with positivity.
Here are some glimpses of the event.

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Red Colour Day

“The best colour in the whole world is the one that looks good on you.”
Tiny tots of GGH School celebrated ‘Red colour day.’ All the little angels of the Nursery class had dressed up beautifully in Red coloured clothes. The red colour also signifies Love and Compassion. To mark this day very special, students were dressed in red clothes and they looked like blooming flowers in their red outfits. Hunt game was played by the students and the teacher in which students had to find red color objects in their home, coloring was also done by the students in images related with “Red color”.The ‘Red Day’ celebration was a wonderful learning activity that helped children to understand the concept of Primary Colours and it also enhanced their colour discrimination ability.

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A presentation is a perfect idea to inculcate the knowledge.
With the above speculation, GGHS always proves to be a trump-card for little ones to cheer their handful of ideas and creativity.
The earth is what we all have in common. It’s our moral duty to protect it.
With the theme-“Save Environment”, Our little champions from classes Nur-II, exhibited the manifest of Earth Day-2021 by creating their videos and sharing their thoughts.
We are delighted to announce the winners of the event:
Congratulations to all winners!!
Nursery Saisha Dhwan position I
Nursery Eiaan Dalal and Divyam Position runners up
Class I Darsh Chugh
Class II Darsh Gupta


A child’s mind is a powerhouse of ideas.
This is the belief that we at GGHS stand by and we, therefore, encourage our students to discover their creative selves and keep coming up with opportunities to let those creative juices flowing.
The Earth is our home and it is our moral obligation to keep it habitable and healthy for future generations.
To sow the seed of this noble idea in our young minds and to make them aware of the environment we organized an Intra Class Poster design competition for the students of classes III-IX.
All students have shared their creative ideas & matched the judgment criteria.
We are delighted to inform you that the following are the winners :
Name class position
Advit VI I
Akshit vii II
Congratulations to all winners!!


*'Healthy Mind, Healthy Body'*

Our body is our real wealth
Train it right and build your health
Eat right, play hard and sleep well In a healthy body a sound mind dwells
“When you feel good, you are more likely to make better decisions.
At GGHS, we promote healthy living through yet another strand of our curriculum, *’Healthy Mind, Healthy Body’*.
The goal and vision of GGHS are to give happy, healthy, and resilient children to society.
Students of grade -1 made posters to represent how physical and mental health are connected.
One cannot emphasize enough how the following habits help us become healthy individuals:
Healthy and nutritious food
Life activities like running, sports activities, stretching, etc.
Meditation to enhance mental stability
Positive thinking


EVS is all about our surroundings including plants, animals, water, land, etc., and Earth day is celebrated to create awareness about our surroundings and to teach the importance of protecting our mother Earth.
Students of class-2 *actively participated in fun-filled and engaging EVS and art-integrated activities to celebrate this day. The focus of the activities was to creatively involve students to create awareness about our planet Earth.
Integrating EVS with art provides an equitable learning environment. Students were enthusiastically involved in art activities. This enabled them to develop personal constructs through their learning in an art integrated environment.
Moreover, students get the opportunity to draw, paint, dance, and speak to express their ideas, through the integration of EVS with art. This helps the students broaden the horizon of their experience by being hands-on.

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Earth Day 2021

“Don’t wait for others to save the earth, it starts right from you!”
GGH School celebrated Earth Day today in every classroom to remind the students of their duties towards ‘Mother Nature. ‘ As a part of environmental education, the “Go- Green” initiative was taken to engage the whole school community in making a difference. A myriad of activities was conducted in the classes. Let us promise to plant one tree per person every year and we will have a much greener and happier planet to live on.

Preparing "Identity Card"

GGHS believes in nurturing the minds of young students. To ingrain productive and creative values, Grade 1 students flash their talent by preparing an “Identity Card” for themselves. The activity helps in involving all the students in learning by doing methodology.


#backtoschool #learning#


Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time – Thomas A Edison
Gurugram Global Heights School started a new session in 2021-22 with zeal and enthusiasm, it is a new experience for all as it comprising Learning in both Online and In-Campus mode.
“A try, Turning up towards Positivity may lead to some obstacles to handle.
And moving on after removing those obstacles is victory.”

We don't preach, We follow also!!!

Under the ongoing drive “Nurture the nature”, Gurugram Global Heights School management planted trees on the school campus. This tree planting program is a learning opportunity to get students involved in the environment-saving drive and the conservation of our natural resources. Tree planting is a great way to build student interest in saving mother nature and help them to achieve sustainable development.

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Nurture the Nature!


“The one who plants tree plants a hope.”
With the above belief, Let us start an expedition of a tree plantation. As we all know that time spent amongst trees is never wasted time, So let’s collaborate ourselves with nature by planting a medicinal or herbal plant/tree to defend against diseases in this pandemic time.
Not only to plant the seed But to nurture the seed because when it grows, it will nurture your mind, body, and soul.
At GGHS we want everyone to acquire the benefits of nurturing, caring, and preventing. So we would love to see your timely pictures with the plant that you are going to nurture right from “sowing the seed” to “growing the seed” and “ to become a plant/tree.”
Let’s Nurture the Nature, share your pictures with us, tag us and connect with the extreme power with this expedition

Healthy Baby Show Result 2021

Heartly Congratulations to all the winners, Gurugram Global Heights School thanking for the overwhelming experience of the virtual Healthy Baby Show. Here go to the list of the winner of the Healthy Baby Show.

Let us remember all the great preaching of guruji on this occasion of his birthday and travel in the path of wisdom. Happy Guru Ravidas Jayanti!

I'll paint my own Rainbow

A fun sensory art activity was organized for the students of the pre-primary. The Students got hands-on with paints and explored one of the wonders of Nature- RAINBOW The main objective was to deliver the concept of “Rainbow colours” to the children through a hands-on activity. Rainbow day was made memorable with fun and colours. It was an excellent opportunity for the children to enhance their skill of color identification. The Activity was held to indulge learning with fun among the student with the objectives of nurturing students’ learning and making them aware of the colours.

Origami Bird Making Competition

I’ll spread my wings and I’ll learn how to fly,
I’ll do what it takes till I touch the sky.
GGHS the place where dreams get their wings always strives to keep the spirits high and alive.
The students of pre- primary enjoyed making an origami bird symbolize they are as free as a bird

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Special assembly on Basant Panchami

Special assembly on Basant Panchami held at #GGHS.
Spring is the symbol of new thoughts, new learning, and freshness. Goddess Saraswati, as we know too is a symbol of learning.
The assembly commenced with the children offering yellow marigold to the Goddess of Knowledge and Wisdom, as the notes of the Saraswati Vandana played.

Papercraft Making Competition

Let your joy burst forth
Like Flowers in the Spring
Spring is the season of renewal and rebirth.
Like a newborn baby this season brings with it the sweetness of new beginnings and endless possibilities.
The students of Pre – Primary wing at GGHS welcomed the Spring in its special way by making Papercraft – Flowers and enjoyed doing Fork flower printing.

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Cybersafety And Security Week Celebration

Cybersafety and security week celebration is the need of the current pandemic.
At Gurugram Global Heights School, we recognize the need for awareness among students and parents.
Students of our school celebrated the week enthusiastically with NCERT through their YouTube channel and participated actively in their quiz which happened in weekly sessions.
Here are some glimpses of the celebration:

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GGHS Invites you to the 1st virtual healthy baby show
Click on this link to participate: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdP3RxTUYL0p-LFj4YoPpnimEhnm7oqnMVnmo__sJfycczSKA/viewform?fbclid=IwAR0_9aJNc4-a2lAuOkFm3V9yKu8Lq3YdAjV8yfd-j_9jLGX1NsfJ9mnCbR8

Enhancing Our Students Confidence

GGHS aims at giving students a platform and opportunities to enhance their confidence and give them the ability to showcase their talent. Among many such activities performed on regular basis, one was given to students where they spoke about their inspiration. Students came up with names of different personalities who inspire them to achieve their goals in life. Someone wanted to become a genius like Albert Einstein, someone wanted to be a young musical sensation like Justin Bieber, some found inspiration in the IPS officer Kiran Bedi, someone wanted to be a soccer player like Cristiano Ronaldo, to some, their teachers were inspiration whereas to some their family and the values they inculcate were their inspiration. Students were found expressing themselves in the free environment provided to them which added to the intensification of their communication skills, collaborative and cooperative learning skills.

Science Experiment Of Static Change

GGHS always takes its students one step ahead in this new world of technologies. For enhancing their curiosity, at the pre-primary wing, we introduced a science experiment of static charge, wherein the students executed experiments on their own and learned about the static charge which occurs while rubbing two bodies/objects together. The little ones added to their experiential learning while performing the experiment.

Lawn Tennis Tournament

A glimpse of the Lawn Tennis Tournament held at Gurugram Global Heights School. In the tournament, around 50 students participated from schools of different cities. We would like to thank all the students for their enthusiastic participation. The objective of this tournament was to provide an environment for the physical development of the students and to provide an opportunity for the student to showcase their talent in the sports field.

Republic Day

Republic Day celebration 2021

To mark the momentous occasion of India’s 72nd Republic Day, GGHS organized a virtual Republic Day celebration on the 25th of January, 2021. The school had captain Thanesh Joshi as the chief guest for the event and Ms. Yojana Raghav, vice-chairperson of the school amongst other guests. The celebration started with lamp lighting and Saraswati Vandana followed by enthusiastic dance performances by the students. In the performances, students showcased the patriotic spirit and with zeal contributed to celebrate 72 years of India’s Republic. The Chief Guest in his address highlighted the significance of the day and made the children aware that the future of their country lies in their hands. Hence they need to inculcate Discipline in life, which will help them to be good citizens of the country. THE entire GGHS stood in pride to recite the National Anthem to conclude the event.

विश्व हिंदी दिवस पर शिक्षा रत्न सम्मान

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GGHS congratulates all the contestants who participated in the TINY TOT CARNIVAL.
A record number of contestants joined us in this competition. We would like to thank all the
participants for their enthusiastic participation and all the people who backed them with their
votes and support.
The competition was made more interesting by your wonderful performances and we hope
this experience helped and motivated all of you, and you were able to gain valuable
experience and life skills.

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“The new year 2021 is the glittering light to brighten the dream- lined pathway of future”
We at GGHS bid a befitting farewell to the year 2020 and welcome the year 2021.
Students had a fun-filled day with the ball game, craft making followed by a dance party. Each student participated in enthusiastically and shared their New year resolutions. They had great fun enacting and doing mimicry and attending the online class party.


Water moves and changes
The tiny tots of GGHS learned about the process of the water cycle.
The students were involved in active learning as they observed How the water cycle works?
They gained a better understanding of the concept of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation.
Hands-on experimentation made learning more fun and interesting for the little ones.
They were also made aware of the importance of water and its proper utilization.

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“Our hearts grow tender with childhood memories and love of kindred and we are better throughout the year for having, in spirit, become a child again at Christmastime.”
Soaking in the spirit of Christmas students of GGHS celebrated the festival with enthusiasm on December 24, 2020. The day started with the virtual assembly and our tiny tots made a special video showcasing themselves celebrating the festival with zeal. Santa was searching for the kids in the school but he found them attending their online classes and celebrating Christmas virtually.


Activities are a fun way to engage little learners.
It feels great to see when the concepts taken up in the virtual classes are understood thoroughly by our young learners.
Children enjoyed learning about HOW WATER CYCLE works?

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” The most important key to achieving great success is to decide upon your goal and launch, get started, take action, and move.”
Hands-on activities have always been a vital tool for interactive learning. GGHS believes in bringing the finest motor skills to every child as it involves the use of small muscles that control the hand, fingers, and thumb. Students should know about traditional games and how they were played. Keeping this thing in mind, Grade-1 students have made the model of a Cricket pitch and Basketball court using the materials available at home. This will help them to understand that Sport is an important aspect for their overall development and it enhances physical fitness and boosts mental health too.


“You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over.”
We at GGHS believe in Experiential learning and a child-centric approach in the early years. We always put our best into creating an Engaging Learning Environment for our students to thrive in.
We believe in skill-based education, which is highly comprehensive that takes our students on a joyful journey of learning.
Experiential learning helps in accelerating the learning by providing hands-on activities and help in developing problem-solving and decision-making abilities. As a result student engagement is increased thus improving the retention power in students.

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“When you feel good, you have a much better chance to make decisions “
At GGHS, we promote healthy living through the final strand of our curriculum, Healthy Mind, Healthy Body (HMHB). Happy, healthy, and resilient children are the goal of the GGH School.
Students of classes I and II have done this activity. Through this activity, they are able to learn and understand how physical and mental health is connected. We require the following to live healthily:
1. Healthy and nutritious food
2. Life activities like running, sports activities, stretching, etc.
3. Mind stability


I hear and I forget
I see and I remember
I do and I understand
Our creative minds of class – KG had a wonderful time exploring different 2D and 3D shapes during Math Experiential learning class.
Learning with such hands-on activity helps the students develop spatial understanding. By making use of toothpicks, matchsticks, and play dough. Students were able to identify and understand 2D and 3D shapes

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“A book is a dream that you hold in your hand”.
Our Honorable Principal with the joint efforts of the staff of GGH School formally launched the “LIBRARY ON WHEELS”
The Library on Wheels contains an extensive collection of books from the GGHS library for our students, who were missing library and books reading during the lockdown.
Now, our students can continue their education by studying books that explore their subjects of interest quite thoroughly.


Festivals are an integral part of the Indian culture which not only revive our faith in our tradition and culture but also provide us an opportunity to spread the feeling of brotherhood and happiness.
We at GGHS make a constant endeavor to ensure that our students are deeply connected to their cultural heritage by celebrating festivals.
In sync with the same, we engaged our children in various activities like Diya decoration, lamp making, Rangoli to celebrate the festival of Diwali and enjoy the moments of celebration.
All students actively participated and showcased their creativity.
GGHS Management and staff, Wishes you a very Happy and Prosperous Diwali !!.

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A Saga Of Inter-School Competition

Introducing art as a way to study science would not only allow students to understand the core of science is creativity, but it will also allow them to better learn scientific concepts and rules. With this mission Gurugram Global Heights School, keeping its zeal and enthusiasm high in this difficult time of pandemic and had conducted an Inter-School Competition, “STEAMNIA” aimed to inculcate the artistic manner of science and the scientific way of art among students. Art and Science have been treated as two separate disciplines, but when they are studied together it’s clear to see the impact one has on the other. A great deal of creativity is required to make scientific breakthroughs, and art is just as often an expression of (or a product of) scientific knowledge.” STEAMANIA” was a saga of inter-school events was a perfect blend of science and art that included competitions like Fashion Impersonation, Tech Rhyme, Rap on tech, etc. in which around 25 reputed schools from Delhi and NCR region participated and gave a tough competition to each other. The objective of this competition was to motivate students to understand the correlation between science and art thereby boosting their imagination and creativity. It was a good platform for the students who are good at illustration skills and it has encouraged their thinking skills in scientific concepts.
Following is the list of the winners for all the competition:

Event 1: Fashion Impersonation
First Position- Priyanshu Acharya from Shields kids School
Second Position- Sharanya Pathak from Bal Bhavan School
Third Position- Samaira Wadhwa from Bluebells Preparatory School.

Event 2: Haute-Couture Walk
First Position- Nandini Pathak from Blue Bells Preparatory School
Second Position- Manreet Kaur from Gurugram Global Heights School
Third Position- Rushneek Kaur from Indraprastha World School

Event 3: Tech Rhyme
First Position- Shirin Ami from Bal Bhawan School
Second Position- Aashvi Sharma from Manav Rachna School and Asees Kaur Juneja from Indraprastha School
Third Position- Zidaan Mehta from Bluebells Preparatory School and Aaradhya Rajput from Cambridge school

Event 4: Rhyme time
First Position- Kanishka from Vandana International School
Second Position- Aarav Bharara from Indraprastha School
Third Position- Arisha from Bal Bhawan School

Event 5: Theatre time
First Position- Aarav Dhiman from Bal Bhawan School
Second Position- Auroshikha from Paramount International School
Third Position- Ananya Rathi from Manav Rachna School

Event 6: Through the lens
First Position- Pravisha Sharma from Paramount International School
Second Position- Gurman Singh from Indraprastha School
Third Position- Pradumn Suwalkha from Bharat Ram Global School

Event 7: Dance Science
First Position- Aratrika Basu from Paramount International School
Second Position- Vaanya Sharma from Vandana International School
Third Position- Dashmeet Kaur from Gurugram Global Heights School

Event 8: Tech Trend
First Position- Akshit from Gurugram Global Heights School and Somesh from Vandana International School
Second Position- Abhishek Tiwari from Paramount International School
Third Position- Ambar Singh from Bal Bhawan International School

Event 9: Rap On Tech
First Position- Kushagra Jahagirdhar from Indraprastha World School
Second Position- Ojasvi Sharma from Vandana International School
Third Position- Karshnik Sawarn from Paramount International School

Event 10: Sketch Impression
First Position-Piya Kakar from Gayananda International School
Second Position- Divya from Paramount International School
Third Position- Swastika Ganguly from Bal Bhavan School

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At Gurugram Global Heights School, we made history as we conducted a virtual online art competition on November 10th, 2020, wherein more than 15 students have participated from different schools in the sketch impression competition following the theme of “Fashion During Lockdown”. The sketch impression competition aims to engage children in a creative exercise to identify their hopes and dreams of the future. It allows complete self-expression and supports their creativity and innovative ideas expressed through art. At GGHS, we encourage our students to engage in art competitions and contests which help attendees prepare for “life after art” too. Students participated actively and created more innovative sketches.
Mr. Sushil Sharma (well-known artist and Guinness world book record holder) was a judge in this competition. It was a very memorable moment for us.
All participants from different schools had an enjoyable time during the event and showcased their creativity. We wholeheartedly thank all participants to make this event successful.

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Halloween, also known as All Saints’ Eve is celebrated in some countries on 31 October.
The students of the pre-primary wing celebrated the festival with fun, gaiety, and exuberance.
They made craft got dressed up in a variety of scary attires showing all together with a blend of excitement, enthusiasm, and thrill.
They spoke of the eventuality of good over evil, happiness over sadness, and discussed the story of how Halloween and Jack-O-Lanterns came to be. The children sang and danced to the tunes of some Halloween rhythms.


Rightly quoted, “ it’s not just learning that’s important. It’s learning what to do with what you learn and learning why you learn things that matters.”
With the vision of increasing long term retention of the learning held in the classroom GGHS firmly believes upon the strategy that would collaborate the students and imbibe the quality of learning in them. To give an insight of seasons on earth, students of class 2 were involved in project based learning wherein they showcased the types of clothes through handmade models. They demonstrated about the seasons on earth and what type of clothes are worn by people. The motto behind this project was to bring the child’s ability to apply desired skills such as doing research.



Good deeds are the means to reach a higher plane and likewise, bad deeds lead to destruction and doom — is the ultimate message that we at GGHS firmly believe upon.
Gurugram Global Heights School evolves as the original cultivator of true learning and the greenhouse that nurtures talent and creativity. We believe in imbibing the core values and ethics which are among the students from an early age so that it prepares them not only for the workforce but prepares for life. Keeping the festive spirit alive, the school organized a special assembly on a virtual platform on October 23, 2020, on Dussehra. The assembly started with the blessings of God, followed by the various activities that glorified the occasion. Peehoo Vidyarthi, a student of class VIII, spoke about the significance of the festival followed by poem recitation by the students of Primary classes. A spectacular act on Ramayana was narrated by the teachers of GGHS, which left the audience spellbound. The primary objective of the entire act was to convince the students that no matter how intelligent a person is, his pride will be the reason for his collapse. The students were told to be genuine in their doings. The celebration was to mark Lord Rama’s victory over Ravana and to reinforce the message that good always triumphs over evil. The Vice-Chairperson of the school addressed the students and told them that Superheroes are not only found in mythological stories and that each one of us is a Superhero in his or her own way, and emphasized that if we are able to overcome the evil within us, then we can help make our society a better place to live in. She congratulated the parents, teachers, and all the students for the coming festival season.


On each day of Navratri, an incarnation of Goddess Durga is worshipped to celebrate the day of her victory over Mahishasura and the ultimate victory of Good over Evil
Inspite of Lockdown and various restraints this year due to pandemic. The students of Gurugram Global Heights School are celebrating the festival with full zeal by actively participating in activities likes Rangoli making, Dandiya, and performing pooja. All the students attired in traditional dresses added to the festive mood. The celebration started by seeking the blessings from Goddess Durga to protect all from evils. The students were told about the importance of the nine days of Navratri and about the ‘nine forms’ of Goddess Durga and how the Navratri celebration symbolizes victory over evil.



“ Children are naturally creative. It’s our choice to give them freedom, material, space, to let their creativity blossom to its potential.”
At GGHS we firmly believe in creating a last long imprint of the learning among our students. Taking this further, we integrated Art into Education so that from early years our Juniors can Strengthen spatial reasoning, early math along with Practice of decision making. The activities not only spiked our children’s interest but even tapped their artistic potentials. The continuous encouragement by our faculty has led to the tremendous growth of the seeds sown among them I.e., the seeds for his physical, social, and cognitive development.


“The mind is stronger than the body”.
We at GGHS believes in the principles of Mahatama Gandhi Ji,
We keep on doing activities to make are youngsters realize that physical endurance is important, but mental strength is crucial. We had organized a special assembly on the occasion of 151st Gandhi Jayanti which was done independently by pre-primary students.It started with prayer which was followed by thought and word of the day. Students performed with perfection and delivered a speech, poems, Gandhi ji vichar dhara. The star attraction of the assembly was a poem on the award-winning cleanest city Indore of the country under Swatch Bharat Abhiyan */”Main hoon Indore ” /*. School Vice Principal addressed students and shared Gandhi Ji principles that can be abided by ourselves in everyday life. She concluded with a famous quote of Gandhi Ji
“Education which doesn’t mold a character is absolutely worthless”.
Jai Hind!!



Grandparents a small word but a whole world. They are the roots of a family, who always put endless efforts for supporting every member of a family. To show our love and gratitude towards them. Today we at GGHS celebrated Grandparents’ day at virtual platform. It started with the welcome speech by the class teacher and forwarded by a welcome song and dance by our little champs. The celebration became more joyful when our champs shared their thoughts, rhyme, and speech with the Grandparents. They are full of emotions after seeing pictures of the little one how they have put effort to make a gift for them. School Vice-Principal Ms. Bhavna Chibber thanked all grandparents for their presence on this special day and showering blessings on all of us. Students gave gifts to Grandparents to make this day memorable.



Schools have long aimed to prepare the students for life and citizenship. Gurugram Global Heights School held a session on manifesto presentation by nominated students for ‘Student Council Elections’. We wish to complete the ‘Student Council Elections’ procedure as a learning exercise and it’s importance in a democratic country.
Firstly students of class VI -VIII filled their nomination form and submitted it. Today selected students presented their manifesto in the morning assembly. They advertised in virtual class about their candidature, symbol, and convince the voters in favour of themselves in an effective manner.
All students are eagerly waiting for election day !!



GGHS celebrated Teacher’s day with full enthusiasm as a special assembly which was live telecasted to students from the school auditorium with few teachers and management. The program started with lamp lightening done by Vice-chairperson Ms. Yojana Raghav and Vice-principal Ms. Bhavna Chibber. It was followed by Saraswati Vandana and Skit. Teachers were felicitated for their exemplary performance during the lockdown. Release of School Newsletter Vol- It is released to mark this date in the history of GGHS. The assembly culminated with showers of blessings by Chairperson Ms. Yojna Raghav and Vice Principal Ms. Bhavna Chibber message of thanking parents as first gurus of their child and nurturing them so well in coordination with teachers.A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops. Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire. They may forget what you said but they will not forget how you made them feel. All students can learn and succeed, but not in the same way and not in the same day. On the occasion of Teachers day , Virtual Class teacher period witnessed the excitement and warmth in the form of “Abhikyati” , in which tiny tots of GGHS showed there love and affection through their adorable thoughts for their teachers.Students of class I and II shared the teaching of famous gurus. Students from senior classes exhibit their culinary talent and performed dances, skits to express their gratitude . It was heartwarming response of students to show their affection towards their teachers.
GGHS wishes all teachers a very happy teachers day!!


Orange is a dynamic colour that stimulates imagination and creativity. The students of our school celebrated orange day with great zeal and enthusiasm. They participated by showing their creative sides in shades of orange. The ‘Orange Day’ was celebrated to familiarize the little ones who were dressed in orange colour, ate oranges & did activities that are related to the colour. Orange is fun, dynamic, plus radiates warmth. It stimulates activity, appetite & encourages socialization.

The orange colour evokes strong emotion & is a color that people seem to either love or hate. Colour specialists agree that orange reflects warmth and energy, plus it’s also the colour of our sacral chakra, which excites our sexuality & emotions.
“Orange is the happiest of colors.”



Poetry is simply the most beautiful, impressive, and widely effective mode of saying things.”
Matthew Arnold
An Inter-class Poetry Recitation Competition was organized on 31/08/2020.
Beauty is the realm of poetry; the students of GGHS segments enthusiastically participated in the competition as they got an opportunity to exhibit their talent and confidence on virtual platform . The students came up with different poems on the theme “Patriotism” and recited them with great fondness and zeal for the country. They enjoyed the perfection of expression, thoughts, emotions, rhythm and music of words.
Students were judged on the parameters like confidence, voice modulation, memorization and overall presentation.
It was a splendid opportunity for them to gain confidence through stage exposure. Everyone was delighted after seeing their pleasing performances.
The school vice principal Ms Bhavna Chibber, appreciated and applauded the performances of the participants and the feeling of patriotism filled virtual air with affection and respect for the motherland.


” A fruit salad is delicious precisely because each fruit maintains its own flavor”.
To inculcate different creative skills in the students, we organised different activities time to time. Our little stars of grade-1 have participated and showed their proficiency and creativity in making “Fruit salad”. This activity has helped them in developing special bond with their parents and presenting their fruit salad fosters the communication skill.


Painting Competition On The Theme Of Vasant Panchami

GGHS had a painting competition on the theme of Vasant Panchami, held on the 6th of February for classes IIIrd to VIIIth. Vasant Panchami, also known as Saraswati Puja, Shree Panchami, or the Basant Festival of Kites is a Sikh and Hindu festival held on the fifth day of the traditional Indian calendar month of Magha (usually early February).
The festival marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring – Vasant Panchami means the fifth day (‘Panchami’) of Spring (‘Vasant’). It takes place 40 days before Holi and marks the start of preparations for that festival. Students were told the meaning and importance of the festival and they participated in the competition with a lot of enthusiasm displaying their creative minds through their beautiful paintings.



Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayaka Chavithi or Vinayaka Chaturthi. It is a Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Ganesha. The festival is marked with the lighting of Ganesha clay idols (murtis) plus usually ends on the tenth day following start, when the idol is taken in a public procession with music & group chanting, then covered in a nearby body of water such as a river or ocean. The idols are adorned with flower garlands & offerings of produce,
In the GGH school in Gurugram, there were celebrations by our students for Ganesh on virtual platforms.
May Lord Ganesha bless each one of us with good wisdom and fortune and may this Ganesh Chathurthi be the start of the year that will bring joy and happiness. Best wishes to you and your family.


“If you are planning for a year, sow rice; if you are planning for a decade, plant trees; if you are planning for a lifetime, go for renewable resources”
Global and regional trends indicate that energy demand is expanding all over the world.
For spreading the awareness among the students, Gurugram Global Heights School is celebrating the week long Independence day spirit as “INDIA-My Pride” .
AUG 8, 2020 was the first day of celebration it was started with the presentation of Ms. Rekha (Science Teacher) explaining the importance and uses of solar energy. As we believe on hands-on learning, so during this event, “Making of solar Panel “ Activity was done by the students.
The Activity was commenced by the Vice Principal of the school, Ms. Bhavna Chibber. She has explained that the shining sun is enough for job creation, which needs no human intervention. Solar power’s potential is much more then power produced by coal or natural gas. She has appreciated the creativity and efforts of students in making Solar Panel and discussed the significance of ‘Inexhaustible Resources of Energy’ with them.



Yellow color represents youth, fun, joy, sunshine, plus other happy feelings. It is a cheerful also energetic color.
Children of class Nursery in GGHS have celebrated today “Yellow Day”. All have dressed in different hues and tints of yellow color with lovely yellow crafts & activities. These Dazzling shades of yellow color shone into the hearts and minds of the Nursery toddlers.
The motive of celebrating this day was to present the kids aware of the colour yellow, its importance, and to develop the fine engine skills in the students.

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GGHS wishes everyone a Happy Janmashtami!
May Lord Krishna steal all your worries and sorrow and fill your homes with lots of happiness and joy.
May this Janmashtami bring love, laughter, and prosperity to your life.


The Capacity to learn is a gift and the ability to learn is a skill. Proficiency is the need of the hour during this lockdown. We, at Gurugram Global Heights School firmly believe in displaying the incredible talent of the students through different means. Students of class VI, VII, and VIII had participated in a Debate Competition on the topic: “Is Robots, Artificial Intelligence will make humans jobless in 50 years” on a virtual platform on July 25, 2020. The Debate was held in presence of the Vice-Principal of the school. The debate depicted the importance of artificial intelligence but at the same time, the disadvantages were nicely explained by the students. The overall objective of the Debate Competition was to develop the skill of critical thinking, exposing thoughts, and to make students confident.



Mental wellness is the most positive way of life and it goes hand in hand with physical health. Understanding the importance of it, we at GGHS held an online counseling session on Mental wellness for our students to imbibe the quality of positivity in their nature. School Vice Principal Ms Bhavna Chinner took the session and explained the importance of a smile and played one game also based on different types of emotions. Students and parents loved the message “I love me” and was filled with positive energy after the session .


At Gurugram Global Heights School celebrated Green Day to helps to make schools sustainable. It will inspire pupils & colleagues in our school among students to learn regarding climate change & how it relates to the buildings plus spaces around them. Green Day is a fun way to learn serious lessons.
Our students realizing the importance of nature celebrated the green day with their creative art forms. This will also help them learn about the out green ecosystem and how beneficial it is for living beings.

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Safe surfing safe learning
Technology is taking over the world at a pacing speed with most of the activities going online. While the online world is expanding, the threat of intrusion, theft, misleading information has also risen. It is thus important for kids who grow up with technology to learn about the correct usage of the platform. As an attempt to bring awareness, an online session on cybersecurity was conducted by Ms. Bhavna Chibber to educate about the correct usage of this vast platform and not fall prey to the growing adversaries of it.



International yoga day was celebrated at Gurgram Global Heights School. This idea was meant by our Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi. He said, “Yoga is a precious gift of India’s antique tradition. It represents the unity of mind & body; thought and action; restraint & fulfillment; harmony among man and nature; a holistic way to health and well-being. It is not about exercise but to feel the sense of oneness by yourself, the world, and nature. By changing our lifestyle & creating consciousness, it can help in well being.”


Father’s Day is celebrated globally to recognize the contribution that fathers & father personalities make to the lives of their children. This day celebrates fatherhood & male parenting. Although the day celebrated on a variety of dates worldwide.
Honouring fatherhood and paternal bonds, GGHS wishes a Happy Father’s Day to everyone. We celebrate all the contributions made my fathers and father figures in the lives of our dear students and take this special day to thank them.

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World Environment Day was organized in 1972 by the United Nations, resulting from discussions on the union of human interactions plus the environment. The day raises knowledge about environmental issues like global warming, human over-population, marine pollution, protection of wildlife, & sustainable consumption. It has grown so far and wide, that World Environment Day has become a global platform for every country to reach out to the public.
On the 5th of this month, that was the world environment day, the students of GGHS were involved in some engaging activities that highlighted the purpose of the day. The students took part in various activities at home and enjoyed them as a treat on world environment day along with learning values that are beneficial in protecting our Mother Earth.


Creativity encouraged at the right age produces great artists. It also invokes the practice of thought while developing the necessary skills at a young age. Upholding the tradition of our school, GGHS conducting regular an art and craft online session which is enjoyed and appreciated by our students.

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GGHS believes in the holistic development of the students and as a tradition of this belief, we organized a virtual SHOW AND TELL competition this time for our students of pre-nursery to VIII on 15th May. Each class was given a theme and the participants dressed in innovative costumes/props. It was a delight to see them get innovative and creative and this small competition cheered us all as participation is important.


In the attempt of holding the moto of GGHS, The Vice Principal, Ms. Bhavna Chibber organized an online time management session for the students of 4th to 8th grade to keep the tradition on. Time management is an art that should be imbibed for an effective lifestyle. It helps enhance the managerial skills and learn about dividing the time based on the needs while maximizing the most of it.



A physically healthy person is home to a healthy mind and soul. When students have a healthy mind they have higher concentration levels and attention span. Keeping that in mind, we at GGHS organized a regular virtual fitness session for our students where they participated by following some physical exercises to improve muscle movement and flexibility during the lockdown.


We are all distinctive from each other in various ways and family and culture are one of them. On this international family day, we would love to have an insight into your family by you sharing pictures of them and the one that has the most fun with it wins the prize.
The result will be declared on International Family Day.As a part of our International Family Day competition, we received a number of entries and each one of them brought joy and smiles on our faces.
We also want to wish everyone a very Happy Family Day and wish love and happiness in your lives always.



To bring activities like recreation and learning among students, GGHS is organizing a competition on grade levels to indulge participation. For pre nursery to KG students the competition is on Dance act of mother and baby and for our 1st & 2nd graders, they shall be asked to cook without fire. There’s craft-making for 3rd to 5th and story/poem writing for 6th to 8th-grade students.
There’s no bigger gift in this world than a mother and on this Mother’s Day, we at GGHS wish all the mothers a very Happy Mother’s Day and appreciate all their efforts and sacrifices that went in bringing up their children. Let’s acknowledge this blessing and love and show respect to them today and everyday.
As an opportunity to appreciate all our mothers, we at GGHS organised a small fun competition for them along with their kids to have participation and interaction on this special day. And as all competitions end with winners, here are our mother-children winners of GGHS.


On this Labour Day, we at GGHS appreciate the efforts of the laborers and also encourage our students to engage in a laborious life to reap the best results. It is also a tough time in the entire world and our medical health professionals have taken the front foot sacrificing their time to treat the patients. This day is even more important today to celebrate our doctors, nurses, police, cleaners, security guards, ambulance drivers, and all those who have been staying out of their houses to fight this situation and providing safety for us.On this Labour Day, we held our first online morning assembly.
Students presented special speech and poem to emphasize on the importance of Labour day.



This World Earth Day, let’s pledge to save our planet with small measures that make a big difference. On this Earth Day, GGHS students pledge to guard the virtues and beauty of our Mother Earth and try to educate our society to do the same. Earth can live without us but we can’t live without our Mother Earth, so we must protect it by all measures.


With a feeling of pride, we would like to share that Devanshi Kalra of class I, brought laurel for school by winning the first position in Design Championship which was held at an All India level in class I and II category.
The theme was a relevant worldwide measure, ‘social distancing’ and our student comprehended it artistically through her drawing.
The competition was organized by Mindbox and there were more than a thousand entries.

fit india


Fit India has taken the initiative to reach out to you virtually and help you in staying fit and healthy even at home. An initiative supported by GGHS aims to spread awareness about being healthy and motivate you to exercise and stay fit.
The competition was organized by Mindbox and there were more than a thousand entries.

best Cbse school in Sec-102, Gurgaon


Being “always on” can be great, as it can help young generation learn and connect with others more easily. But at the same time it has its own downsides. Internet safety or “e safety” has become a fundamental topic in our digital world and includes knowing about one’s Internet privacy and how one’s behaviors can support a healthy interaction with the use of the Internet. To empower the students of Gurugram Global Heights School to be safe on internet, a special assembly was conducted on “SAFER INTERNET DAY” on 11th February, 2020. With a theme of “Create, connect and share respect: a better internet starts with you!” the day called upon all the teachers and students to join together to make the internet a safer and better place for all. The students of class VI shared important quotes on how we can think beyond Online Predators and how to be safe on the Internet. Students were provided with valuable awareness regarding the downsides of Internet and how to make it a better and safer place for everyone. The assembly was concluded with the message of the Vice Principal of the school as she said, “Safer Internet Day is a great reminder that Internet security is something that needs constant vigilance. It’s also a great reminder that a lot of bad things can happen on the Internet if you don’t properly take precautions against them. With that in mind, be sure to have a safe and happy Safer Internet Day.

Report on School Annual Function-Aviral 2020

“No education can be completed without the art and creativity playing a central role in the child’s life.” Water is most precious gift of humanity and its conservation is quite crucial for maintaining life on earth. To sensitize people about the necessity of water conservation, Gurugram Global Heights School organized the 1st Annual Function on the theme AVIRAL-2020 voicing the pain of ailing planet- the mother Earth and a clarion call to save water, was portrayed on 9th February 2020. The Chief Guest Brig. Bhanu Sud and the guest of honor, Dr. Surendra Kumar Bhandoria presided over the occasion along with the other Board of trustees of the school. The hall was packed to the corners with eyes locked on the giant stage where the students were to perform with vigor and enthusiasm. The program began with the lighting of the lamp and scintillating invocation Dance-Saraswati Vandana, symbolizing the quest for knowledge. Entailing the formal welcome by the tiny tots, the progressive annual report was read by the Vice Principal, Ms. Bhavna Chibber, highlighting the achievements of the school and students in academics, cultural and social areas. She also highlighted the growth and vision of GGHS and thanked the Board of trustees for their constant support and guidance. We, at GGHS, believe that when a child’s social and emotional needs are met, he can participate fully in the wide range of learning opportunities at school. To nurture their innate talent, the school planned a theme AVIRAL- Save Water which was interwoven into a dramatically overwhelming play presented meticulously by students, enthralling the audience. The play also had musical elements and various dance performances to bring symphony and melody into life. The stage took on hues enhancing the mood of every emotion. The entire school participated wholeheartedly towards the success of this grand event. There was a festive atmosphere all around and parents were visibly excited to watch their children’s performance. The scintillating performances created a visual feast for the audience as it displayed the innocence and joyfulness of childhood. The winners for Sports Athletico and the House trophies were felicitated by all the dignitaries. The Chief Guest, Brig. Bhanu Sud applauded the efforts that the students had put into their performances to make it such grandiose attainment and wished for a better future for the students. He congratulated the entire team for the hard work put in by them to make the event a roaring success. The Senior Vice Chairman, Mr. Harsh Tandon was overwhelmed by the performances of the students and stated that the students have smartly carved a niche for themselves. He added that students should not only be imparted excellent education but also be given great scruple and values so they can effectively serve their nation. The venue reverberated with thunderous applause; gleaming faces exchanged appreciative nods as the audience witnessed the perfection and extravaganza of the show. Ms. Yojana Raghav, the Vice Chairperson of the school further outlined the vision of the school that aims at imbibing a strong value system in the young aspiring students. She also urged the parents to lay emphasis on inculcating the same. The program concluded with a valedictory address and vote of thanks by the Vice-Principal who congratulated all the participants and was proud to call GGHS “A school with a difference.”


Gurugram Global Heights School always strives to give back society in many ways. With the objective to instill a sense of citizenship and increase empathy among all stakeholders of the school, the Volunteer Rakt Daan Shivir was being organized in association with NCI-AIIMS in the school premises on 25th January 2020. The Vice-Principal of the school, Ms. Bhavna Chibber, encouraged the donors by telling that blood donation is not a small donation it is a very big donation. It could save someone’s precious life, Could light a family’s lamp, and could give happiness to a family. It is a matter of pride for the management and the staff of GGHS of this great work and their cooperation. The donors were given T-shirts and certificates for the social cause. To re-energize them, the school offered juices and fruits after the blood donation. An overwhelming number of volunteers participated with vivacity and made it a day of generosity.

Republic Day Celebration 2020

Gurugram Global Heights School witnessed the celebration of 71st Republic Day with great éclat. To mark the importance of this day, a grand celebration was held in the school premises. The school echoed with patriotic fervor as the young lads of the school were given a platform to speak on the occasion. The special assembly began with the Vice Principal, Ms. Bhavna Chibber, addressing the gathering, in which she expressed pride in the rich cultural past of the country and shared the significance of the day. She urged every student to work with honesty and dedication for the nation. This was followed by a medley of school song sung by the mellifluous school choir. The little charming students of Montessori depicted various community heroes and spoke about them. The school auditorium reverberated with energetic dance performance by the students. The Academic Director, Ms. Yojana Raghav spoke eloquently about our diverse nation and the relevance of the Constitution and the Preamble. She enthralled the audience with inspirational stories and reiterated the need for being resolute in our path to achieve our goals. The function ended with the students singing our National anthem. The program delivered the message to create a great nation through collective efforts from all individual.

Exam Pe Charcha

“Replace fear of the unknown with curiosity”

With the phobia of approaching examinations, it has become a necessity for the mentor/teachers and the parent to reinforce their unconditional support and encourage their child to remove this phobia. With an initiative to come over the myth that “Success in exam is a predictor of success in life”, Gurugram Global Heights School played the live telecast of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi addressing the students across India at Talkotara Stadium on the topic “Exam Pe Charcha” for all the students of the school. Shri Narendra Modi while addressing the students in the video shared valuable tips to ease the stress of students and dealt at length with the three Ps i.e. Planning, Preparation and Practice to help overcome any challenges and highlighted the importance of being organized in life with a well-defined goal.Light was put on to various questions asked by the students such as “How to maintain balance between academics and co-curricular activities”, “How to deal with mood swings during of exams”, “Is scoring high is the ultimate key to success in life?” Shri Narendra Modi answered all the queries by giving them real life examples and was keen to ensure that the students take exams in a relaxed atmosphere and do not come under stress, to ensure better results in the long run. A lot of enthusiasm and excitement was seen among the students in witnessing such event and getting valuable tips from the Prime Minister. Ms. Bhavna Chibber, the Vice Principal of the school motivated the students to face the challenges in life without being tensed. The session came to an end and helped students in building self-awareness and positivity among themselves and deal with exam stress like winners.

Judo Championship 2019-20

“If there is effort, there is always accomplishment.”-Kano Jigoro Developing a sense of team spirit, mental and physical toughness and shaping one’s body, sports plays a vital role in the overall development of a child. Imbibing the invaluable importance of Sports in the school curriculum, Gurugram Global Heights School hosted the 3rd State Private School Sports Judo Championship 2019-20 in the school premise on 18th January 2020 with great zeal, excitement and frolicsome atmosphere. 250 students from various schools and Judo academies of different districts from Haryana participated in the event. The grand opening ceremony was inaugurated by the Chief Guest, Mrs. Raj Yadav, the District Sports Officer, Mr. Surender Kumar, the Additional Director of Education, South Delhi, Shri Ved Prakash Tandon, the school Chairman and Ms. Yojana Raghav, the school Vice Chairman. The Chief Guest, Mrs. Raj Yadav, while giving her best wishes to all the players, said that such events play a role in motivating students to perform, excel and offer a lot more reward than just winning a prize. Among the dignitaries were, Mr. Dinesh Sehrawat ,Sarpanch Dhankot, Mr. Pradeep Jhangu, Sarpanch Daultabat, Ms. Rajni (Common Wealth Player), Mr. Mahendra Singh, the President of Judo Federation, glorified the event with their presence. The students displayed their talent in Judo, mesmerizing the audience with their energetic performances. Students of GGHS also participated in the Judo Championship and showcased their talent. The atmosphere was filled with zeal, passion and excitement. The Vice Principal of the school, Ms. Bhavna Chibber emphasized on the importance of sports in a child’s life in her words while addressing the audience. She said that the vision of the school is to increase the self –esteem, mental alertness, teamwork and leadership among the students and this can be attained with frequent sports event.

Christmas Celebration 2019

Christmas is for joy, for giving and sharing, for laughter, for coming together with family and friends, for tinsel and brightly decorated packages. The essence of Christmas week came alive at Gurugram Global Heights School with echoes of Christmas carol. Soaking in the spirit of Christmas the students of GGHS celebrated the festival with enthusiasm on December 24, 2019. The entire school was festooned with colorful wreath, streamers and brightly decorated Santa with all dressed up in red and white (Santa’s favorite colors). The students sang melodious carols and danced beautifully to wish their teachers and classmates.

The significance of the festival was explained to the students through the Christmas story.To inculcate the spirit of sharing the students distributed candies to all the didi’s and bhaiya’s of the school. To give real-life experience and interaction to students and sensitise them towards the less fortunate in society the students of class VI visited Deepashram which is home for physically and mentally challenged children. Celebrating the true meaning of happiness the students of GGHS contributed various grocery items for this noble cause. The Vice Principal, Ms. Bhavna Chibber said: “A person’s most useful asset is not a head full of knowledge, but a heart full of love, an ear ready to listen and a hand willing to help others.” On this special day the school felicitated the students for various inter house, inter class competitions and inter school skating championship held during the month.The Academic Director of the school, Ms. Yojana Raghav greeted all the children with immense love that brought huge smiles on the faces of special children.

GGHS participated in Sports Fiesta-2019

“Champions are not made in play grounds. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them – a desire, a dream, and a vision.” The children of today are the citizens of tomorrow and hence an all-round development of child is indispensable. Gurugram Global Heights School firmly believes that in order to equip students with all physical and creative activities and to make their mark in this fast paced and highly creative and highly competitive scenario it is highly required to enhance their inner potential in physical activities. The students of GGHS participated in Sports Fiesta-2019 held at Basant Valley Sr. Sec. School, Gurugram, on 21st December, 2019. The students of GGHS displayed a spectacular show and won with flying colours in Skating Championship. The Vice Principal of the school, Ms. Bhavna Chibber congratulated the winners and said:” Focus, Discipline, hard work, goal setting and, of course, the thrill of finally achieving your goals, these are all lessons of life that athlete have to learn first.” The students were appreciated by the Vice Chairman of the school, Ms. Yojana Raghav who was proud to have such energetic and dedicated students.







4-6 years




8-10 years


Vedika Jain


8-10 years


Digvijay Singh Rathore


10-12 years


Bharat Singh Bhati


8-10 years


Vansh Bhatia


10 -12 years


Shivansh Gaur


10-12 years


Shivansh Kumar


10-12 years


GGHS Management congratulates the teachers and students on their big achievement.

K-12 Awards 2019

“Great educationists deserve great rewards, and nothing is more effective than praise and recognition in the form of a global award.”Creating another page in the book of honour, Gurugram Global Heights School received the prestigious India K-12 Awards 2019 for Excellence Blended and Value Education Programs from the Eldrok India K-12 summit. The award is the recognition of the school and vision of school management that continues its commitment to excellence, developing best practices and innovative strategies and focuses on development of young learners. The award was felicitated for excellence in Blended and Value Education Programs in the school. The Eldrok India K-12 Summit was held at Leela Ambience, Gurugram on 18 December, 2019. The Vice Chairman of the School, Ms. Yojana Raghav said: “We are honoured to receive this distinguish award which is an evidence to efforts made by our teachers and other stakeholders towards achieving the objective of our school.” On the achievement, the Vice Principal of the school, Ms. Bhavna Chibber reaffirmed that together we can enlighten the spark among the students and inspire them to transform the world as a global leaders of tomorrow and make it a better place for everyone

“Great educationists deserve great rewards, and nothing is more effective than praise and recognition in the form of a global award.”Creating another page in the book of honour, Gurugram Global Heights School received the prestigious India K-12 Awards 2019 for Excellence Blended and Value Education Programs from the Eldrok India K-12 summit. The award is the recognition of the school and vision of school management that continues its commitment to excellence, developing best practices and innovative strategies and focuses on development of young learners. The award was felicitated for excellence in Blended and Value Education Programs in the school. The Eldrok India K-12 Summit was held at Leela Ambience, Gurugram on 18 December, 2019. The Vice Chairman of the School, Ms. Yojana Raghav said: “We are honoured to receive this distinguish award which is an evidence to efforts made by our teachers and other stakeholders towards achieving the objective of our school.” On the achievement, the Vice Principal of the school, Ms. Bhavna Chibber reaffirmed that together we can enlighten the spark among the students and inspire them to transform the world as a global leaders of tomorrow and make it a better place for everyone

Fit India Movement

“Physical Fitness is not only one of the most important key to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.”

With an aim to promote healthy living and spread the message of fitness and good health, Gurugram Global Heights School took a step further on the path of the Fit India Movement initiated by Shri. Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India. The school conducted Fitness Week from December 9, 2019, to December 12, 2019, for all the students. The students participated in a plethora of activities aimed to promote holistic development and a healthy lifestyle.

The week was initiated with a special assembly wherein the students were made aware of the importance of being fit through presentation and a group discussion. To change the entire atmosphere by creating more possibilities for creativity, collaboration, and curiosity, the school organized a Puppet Show for all the students. The children were left spellbound watching the puppets singing. The squeals and the laughter of the students was proof of the joy and fun they experienced during the show. The puppet show was great therapy for students as they become adept at handling pressure as laughter builds self-confidence and the ability to handle stress by boosting the immune system and releasing endorphins in the brain which kick start good feelings and reduce stress. The last day of the week witnessed an enlightening ‘Yoga session’ designed to help the students increase their flexibility and muscle strength. The students got engaged in varied exercise sessions. The teachers too got engaged & enjoyed the fun-filled session on fitness and nutrition. The Vice-Principal of the school, Ms. Bhavna Chibber, concluded the week with her motivational message “Fitness is not about being better than someone else, it’s about being better than you used to be.” She explained that a positive mind and positive vibes lead to a healthy body. Overall, Fit India week was a great initiative by the school to promote the awareness of Healthy body among the students.

Inter house drama-“Pollution: A curse to the environment”

Channelizing the students’ potential through theatre and spread the message to the society at large, Gurugram Global Heights School organised Inter house drama competition on December 6, 2019. In order to develop dramatic skills and promote acting ability among students, school organised the drama (short play) competition on the topic: “Pollution: A curse to the environment” for the classes IV to VI. The students got together and tried to put the message across in a very simple way. They presented drama showcasing the repercussion of various human activities like bursting crackers, deforestation, burning of fuel, etc. The seminar hall echoed the message that “Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” The aim of the competition to enhance the English language among the students with the help of drama was thoroughly achieved as the performers got a chance to unfold their latent talents.

Overall it was a healthy competition among the students. The results are as follows:
Ist Position – Lillian House
IInd Position – Evan House
IIIrd Position – Ellis House

In order to see birds it is necessary to become a part of the silence

“In order to see birds it is necessary to become a part of the silence” – The true meaning of this was understood by the little seedlings of Gurugram Global Heights School after an enriching experience of bird watching at Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary on December 6, 2019. The excursion was organised for the students of Pre-Nursery to Kindergarten to engage themselves in fun-filled learning experiences. The sanctuary and its picturesque surroundings recharged the children. The glimpse of an array of migratory birds made it a thrilling experience for children. The teacher detailed the students on the ecological importance of the sanctuary. The students explored the rich biodiversity of the area which increased their inquisitiveness to explore and learn more about the world and its different species. The excursion to national park was knowledgeable and made the students realize the importance of connecting one’s soul and spirit with nature.

SPARDHA-2019 : An Inter-School Sports Meet

“Talent wins games, but team-work and intelligence wins championships“.
Sports day is a platform to showcase the talent and efforts put in by the little children to make it a successful event. Sports at the primary level is not about competition. It is about having fun, being physically active, learning the basics of sports and building co-ordination and motor-skills and so to give the little angels an opportunity to display their self – confidence, patience, zeal, and sportsman ship. Gurugram Global Heights School organized SPARDHA-2019: An Inter School Sports meet on November 29, 2019 on the sprawling grounds of the school. The event commenced with the felicitation of the venerable Chief Guest, Dr. K.S Bhati, President of ACE education and Sports welfare society and the other Board of trustees of the school. The Vice-Principal, Ms. Bhavna Chibber welcomed the guests and the gathering. She laid emphasis on the importance of sports in a student’s life in her welcome speech, followed by a brief report of the sports activities and achievements of the school. The Chief Guest and Guest of Honour lit the ceremonial torch followed by the spectacular, impressive and well synchronized March Past by all the council members. Further, the budding sports stars participated in their respective races with full verve and vigor. It was a delight to see the excitement with which children challenged themselves to attempt a variety of races such as Balloon Pop race, Friends Forever, Chak De India, Face the mask, etc. The young achievers were awarded the medals Gold, Silver, and Bronze by the chief guest, who highly appreciated each sports star and applauded the visionary element of the school which nurtures and develops their potential in the sports field. Along with the felicitation of the winners of the races, GGHS gave the following trophies to the respective schools for their 100% score in various areas. To sum up, the collective energy of the children and the facilitators added up to an energetic and fun-filled day celebration.
Category: Pre Nursery to Kindergarten
Champion Trophy: Saraswati Convent School
Winner Trophy: Pathfinder Global School
Star Trophy: Kamal Model Senior Secondary School
Category: Class I to Class II
Champion Trophy: Blooming Buds School
Winner Trophy: DPSG Palam Vihar
Star Trophy: Vandana International School

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