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“Winners never quit and quitters never win.” – Vince Lombardi

The Air Force school (TAFS) organized the much-awaited Annual Athletic Meet, which was held on November 29- 30, 2019, with great zeal, excitement and gusto. The meet began with Ms. Amita Gupta, Principal, welcoming the Chief Guest for the day, Wing Commander Pushpa Thakur, who is also the Executive Director of TAFS. This was followed by the Oath taking ceremony, wherein the House Captains of Subroto House, Arjan House, Katre House, Latif House and Pratap House took the oath to respect and follow the rules and regulations which govern them and with the desire to participate in the true spirit of sportsmanship for the honour of their school and for the glory of the sport.

Thereafter, Wing Commander Pushpa Thakur, addressed the students and asked them the one thing which ‘sport’ teaches us.  This created a lot of excitement among the students and they were invited to share their responses. She motivated the students with her inspiring words and urged them to focus on their aim, in order to, achieve it. She also insisted that we all should be grateful for what we have and appreciate all that life has to offer us, by accepting it and not giving up under any circumstances. With these inspiring words Wing Commander Pushpa Thakur, declared the Sports Meet open.

The students entered into the spirit of the occasion in a grand way and participated with vigour in various sporting events. Once the races began, the air was filled with cheering and tons of encouragement for the young athletes.

Students of classes VI to XI, divided in Sub- Junior, Junior and Senior categories, competed in various events like, 100m, 200m, 400m, Long Jump, Shotput, etc., which was an exhilarating experience for all gathered. Getting into the mood of the occasion, the teachers from senior school, junior school and the Admin dept., participated in the races.

At the end of the two days meet, Pratap House stood at the top, followed by Subroto House, Katre House, Arjan House and Latif House respectively. 


    International Day for Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) was celebrated at ‘The Air Force School’ Junior Wing, on 3rd Dec. 2019. Through this we tried to create awareness amongst students, sensitize them and also make them more empathetic towards differently-abled persons. The theme for this year’s celebration was to make the future accessible which our students do by involving their differently-abled classmates in all activities at school.  

    Various videos were shown to students on the theme, followed by class discussions in which students actively participated. They ensure that all their friends, despite their differences, are accepted and equally valued.

    A drawing and colouring competition was conducted for students with special needs. Their work was displayed at school and these artists were given prizes for their art work. The school also observed ‘Mute time’ during the day when all students and staff members used only nonverbal means of communication to interact with each other.  The objective was not only to help children imbibe empathy for the differently-abled but also to appreciate the blessings they have in life.  


      A stress elimination workshop of students of class X & XII was held on 2nd December 2019. The workshop was conducted by Mr. Pawan Kumar & Ms Sheetal of The Art of Living Foundation, a volunteer based humanitarian and educational organization.

      The purpose of the workshop was to engage and involve the students in meditation process. Thus making them aware of the transformation that can be achieved through the practice. The workshop created positive and mindful experience for students by providing insights on meditation techniques and how they can overcome board exam stress through it. The speakers shared their experiences on how life can be changed and calmness can prevail by following yoga and meditation techniques. 

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