Celebrating Rakshabandhan

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On 29th August, the students of Class 3 presented a scintillating performance during a special morning assembly to celebrate the joyous festival of Rakshabandhan. The programme commenced with invoking the blessings of the Almighty through a prayer. This was followed by a short play on Rakshabandhan. A few students also shared their viewpont about the festival. The students presented two beautiful dances on the tracks Oh Meri Behna and Phoolon Ka Taaron Ka. The entire performance was appreciated by all and also streamed live on facebook.

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Azaadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav – Unity Rally – Know Your Police

Under the aegis of Azaadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav Celebrations and the theme Unity, CFS students organized a Rally in the neighbourhood “Know Your Police” aimed at fostering a positive relationship between the police and the community on 24th August. The students of Classes 9 and 11 actively participated in the rally. They passionately shouted empowering slogans like “Transparency and Accounting”, “Building Trust” and “Bridging Divides”! The rally provided an opportunity for students to learn about the responsibilities and challenges faced by law enforcement officers. It encouraged an open dialogue and fostered positive relationships between students and police. It was an empowering event that helped bridge the gap between the community and law enforcement.

Independence Day Celebrations

Cambridge Foundation School celebrated the 77th Independence Day with great pride and enthusiasm. A special assembly was conducted by the students of Class IV on the occasion. The assembly began with the Morning prayer, the School Anthem (by Ritika Sharma of Lily IV), thought of the day (by Mahira Kaur of Lily IV) morning news (by Rudra Rana of Lily IV) and birthday announcements (by Myra Verma of Lily IV). After the special assembly proceedings, the program began with a brief note addressed by (Gunreet Kaur and Tanishka Verma of Lotus IV). The programme started with an opening by a beautiful ballet on “Unity in Diversity” by the students of Class IV. The participants were- Manjot Singh, Parvinder Singh, Abdul Izaan, Arihant Singh (Lily IV), Agamjot Singh, Bhavya Malhotra, Reyansh Grover (Rose IV), Ayushi Mane, Maahir Gaba, Shourya, Vihaan Khosla (Tulip IV), Divyansh Jaisal (Jasmine IV), Atif Khan (Lotus IV). Our little performers, showcased our country’s cultural splendor through this event and represented Indian artistic expression through their dance performances. The Participants were:

AARAMBH HAI PRACHAND: Sai Gupta, Saloni, Rudra Rana, Kiyansh Saluja (Lily IV), Daksh Singh, Hiten Chauhan, Ritika Charan (Rose IV), Rishit Bag, Paridhi, Khushboo (Jasmine IV), Harleen Kaur, Reyansh Lamba, Ridhima Khatri, Vansh Kaushik (Tulip IV), Nikhil Chopra, Anirudh Banerjee, Dhanishka Dewan, Aaradhya Sharma (Lotus IV). 

BHARAT HUMKO JAAN SE PYARA HAI: Mahira Kaur, Myra Verma, Siddarth Mukund Sharma (Lily IV), Surveen Kaur, Gurtej Singh Gulati, Yajat (Rose IV), Kabir Chhabra, Bhavy Kathuria (Jasmine IV), Kanisha Miglani, Naman Kharbanda, Mahir, Paridhi Tareja (Tulip IV), Paridhi, Ashmit Kasolia (Lotus IV). 

MAIN NAYE BHARAT KA CHEHRA HU: Ritika Sharma, Harshita Arora, Ameesha (Lily IV), Ananya Chaturvedi, Shanaya Sunny (Jasmine IV), Chitranga (Tulip IV). 

The celebrations concluded with the Grand Finale, in which all the students performed INDIA WAALE in perfect harmony, representing India’s cultural wealth and creative talent. This auspicious Independence Day program ended with flag waving ceremony followed by the National Anthem.

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Kargil Vijay Diwas

The students of Class V showcased a special musical extravaganza to commemorate Kargil Vijay Diwas in the Auditorium on 1st August 2023. 

The  celebrations began with a brief introduction by Akansha of Lily V. Saksham Pandey of Lily V, recited a patriotic poem to salute the real heroes of the Nation and  inspire the students for a patriotic cause. 

The students  displayed appreciable enthusiasm and kept the audience by their vivid and  vivacious skills by presenting a Nukkad Naatak. The participants were- Pranavi, Revansh (Lily V), Kavya Patel  (Rose V) Jainil, Prateek, Saanvi, Tanvi, Yashita, Arin Khaneja, Shiven Malhotra, Sanya, Tushar Kharbanda, Saraansh (TulipV), Hridya (Lotus V). The children performed to create awareness on the sacrifices our Indian Army goes through. 

Our young dancers eloquently expressed their admiration for the soldiers through mesmerizing dance performances. Dressed as Indian soldiers they presented a group  dance on the tune “challa….”, this was presented by Kritika, Tript, Sanvi, Princess (JasmineV), AaravSehgal, AaravChaudhary ,Lakshay(RoseV), Gauri, Mohd.Rihan(TulipV), Parth, Princy, Paavni Madan, Ayushmaan, Shivansh, Sarvam, Rakshita, Kavya Bansal, Ridhi (LilyV), Amandeep Kaur, Kulveer Singh, Jaynat Arora, Ridhi (Lotus V). The progamme was witnessed by parents and also streamed live on the School’s Facebook page – Click here to view the presentation

The primary classes also celebrated the day participating in various activities organized for them – Read More »

Founders’ Day Intra-School Competition Prize Distribution Ceremony

Founders’ Day is traditionally a very important day in the School calendar when members of the School community meet to commemorate the ones who founded the School and who have bequeathed resources to its development.

It is the day when a thought, a philosophy or a vision is transformed into concrete reality. The philosophy becomes the guiding star for the institution to take form, grow and become an invincible reality as the Founder Director and Principal Lt. Sh. Brem Dutt Verma and Lt. Smt. Sheila Verma Chairperson, laid the foundation stone of Cambridge Foundation School with a vision to become the leading scholastic institution, by providing holistic education to our students. “One cannot change the direction of the wind, but one can adjust the sails to always reach the destination. Our very survival depends on our ability to stay awake, to remain vigilant and to face every challenge.’’

To commemorate CFS’ 58th Year and echoing this very thought, the students of the School indulged in various activities showcasing their innate talents. The Prize Distribution ceremony was conducted to acknowledge and appreciate the contributions of our participant, who throughout the competition, showed great skill, tenacity, and compassion. It is extremely commendable that every person pushed themselves to the absolute limit and gave their best.


Class I
Aanya Gupta (Tulip) – 1st Prize
Garvik Sharma (Lily) – 2nd Prize
Anaya Aggarwal (Lily) – 3rd Prize


Class II
Gayatri (Rose) – 1st Prize
Maanya (Lily) – 2nd Prize
Harkirat (Tulip) – 3rd Prize


Class III
Param Singh Grewal (Rose) – 1st Prize
Pearl Arora (Tulip) – 2nd Prize
Abdullah Rehman (Jasmine) – 3rd Prize


Class IV
Mohini Khanna (Rose) – 1st Prize
Paridhi Thareja (Tulip) – 2nd Prize
Aishani Bhatia (Rose) – 3rd Prize


Class V
Sarvam (Lily) – 1st Prize
Pranavi (Lily) – 2nd Prize
Sehjapreet Kaur (Rose) – 3rd Prize


Class VI
Jaisal (A) – 1st Prize
Vedant Verma (D) – 2nd Prize
Aaradhya Mishra (G) – 3rd Prize


Class VII
Aarav Makhija & Adhyan Juneja (E)
1st Prize
Devansh Sharma & Ramleen Kaur (D)
2nd Prize
Kavya Chaudhary & Aanya (A) – 3rd Prize


Class VIII
Punyatoa Patra (B) – 1st Prize
Aditya (B) – 2nd Prize
Sipra Sahoo (F) – 3rd Prize


Class IX
Shreyasi Srivastava (C) – 1st Prize
Mannat Kalsi (A) – 2nd Prize
Kushagra Kalra (E) – 3rd Prize


Class X
Vagish Gill (D) – 1st Prize
Kuntal Das (B) – 2nd Prize
Sarsij (A) – 3rd Prize


Class XI
Vansh Sharma (A) – 1st Prize
Ishaank Batra (C) – 2nd Prize
Naisha Tyagi (A) – 3rd Prize


Class XII
Aryan Naugain & Moulik Dhingra (D)
1st Prize
Arsh Juneja & Krish Trivedi (C)
2nd Prize
Mannat Rajput & Kanishka Vij (D)
3rd Prize