A tree plantation programme was organized by Global Public School, Teekli on the occasion of the world Environment Day. More than 100 students from class III to VIII participated in the programme. The Programme started with the special assembly in which participants showed posters and addressed the students about the value of plantation and GREEN India.The students properly guided by the teachers to plant saplings in a well-organized manner. All the participants seemed highly enthusiastic and made it a great success.Each step of the programme was appreciated by Dr. Vineet Vasishtha (Principal).The programme came to an end with the vote of thanks presented by Mrs. Sweta Pande( Head mistress ).
A Cleanliness drive named SWACHTA PANKHWARA 2019 was also organized on October 2, 2019. The students from class III to VIII participated in the cleanliness drive with great zeal and enthusiasm. Students started the drive from their respective classes. Firstly, they cleaned the school campus and secondly, the participants spread awareness among other students about Health and Hygiene and later they took an oath to keep their country neat and clean. And they also promised to throw garbage into the dustbin only. Dr. Vineet Vasishtha, the Principal and Mrs.Sweta Pande, Head mistress of the school applauded students for their indefatigable efforts and leadership qualities which they exhibited during the cleanliness drive. All the students felt a sense of satisfaction after doing a little towards making their country a little cleaner.
To support Prime Minister’s ‘Say No to Plastic Compaign’, the Interact Club of Global Public School, The Dynamic Drillers initiated ‘Say No to Single use Plastic campaign’ on October 12, 2019 in Teekli Village, Gurugram. The Programme started with the motivational speech from Mr. Vineet Kumar Vashistha , GPS Principal. And later GPS Head Mistress, Ms. Shweta Pandey filled the students with profound knowledge about the campaign with her informative speech. All the students and teachers reached in the village at 10:30 am and students took out a rally carrying posters with various slogans and they informed the people gathered there of the hazardous effect of the use of Polythene bags and single use plastic. They interacted near about 300 villagers. And more than 2000 Handmade paper bags were distributed by the students to the shopkeepers.