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Class 7 Visit to Humayun's Tomb
Class 3 Visit the Historical Fort "Neemrana"
Class 5 Visit to Rashtrapati Bhawan
Class 8 Visit the Red Fort
Talk for class 6 on the Monuments of Delhi by Mrs. Komal Anand who was the Director General of the Survey of India and has worked in this field with a passion
11 children of Vasant Valley School attended the Cathedral Model United Nations, held in Mumbai between the 9th and 11th of August, and deliberated on important issues that face the world today
Class 7C - Tiger Week
Class 5 Visit to Humayun Tomb
Vasant Valley School's CII Green I contest winners were recognized at the 9th National YI Summit -Youth Leading India into the Future held at the Leela Palace Hotel, Chanakyapuri
Vasant Valley School won the CII Green I Competition 2012
Our team : Astha Kamra, Yashitha Jeet, Anjani Gupta, Radha Chopra and Akhila Khanna
Class II Visit Qutub Minar
Sparrow our state bird!
Class 8 Visit to Mutiny Memorial and Lutyens' Delhi
Rain Water Harvesting
Posters on Conservation
Ms Ranjana Saikia from TERI conducted an interactive session with the
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Visit to the Yamuna
21st February 2012
Yamuna water testing
ORGANIC COMPOST AVAILABLE
Process: made through a process called Vermiculture, where worms decompose organic food waste, turning the waste into compost rich nutrients, necessary for plant growth.
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|The students are actively involved in making handmade paper from waste paper that is generated by various office and class interactions. The school also reuses the sheets, which have been used from one side, to send internal memos, to take notes, for rough work, etc.|
|The organic waste (waste school lunch, dry leaves, etc.) is collected on a regular basis. This is then mixed with cow dung and earthworms. Manure is ready to use after four months. This is then sorted and packed. The worms collected after sorting are put in a fresh pile of cow dung and thus the vermin-composting process continues.|
Distribution of Saplings
We encourage all our students and teachers to participate in this Joyous season by planting a Sapling and not only to curb pollution but also give life to a new being and take the responsibility to look after it for years to come.