Community Service

The Community Service programme is inspired by the core values of the school and is graded and structured for all classes of Junior School.

Labour Day

The 1st of May is a special day for all the support staff in school as that day serves as a reminder to students in school of the fact that their lives are made easy in so many different ways because of all that the ‘didis’ and ‘bhaiyas’ do for them.
Students across the school take it upon themselves to thank the support staff and to make them feel special through various initiatives.

Shri Srijan

It was a collaborative effort along with the PSA and the various artisans and weavers. Under the guidance of parent volunteers, children were exposed to and worked on a number of Indian crafts ranging from macramé, tie and dye, Madhubani painting to weaving. The opportunity to imbibe the flavour was taken by most children who, along with their families, thronged the school grounds for an outstanding exhibition. The proceeds were given to the artisans and weavers.

Open Day Sale

Open Day is the day when parents have the opportunity to meet with the teachers to discuss their child’s progress in school. To make use of the high footfall in school  on this day,  parent volunteers get together in groups to put up stalls selling  eatables, confectionery, lemonade etc or curios made by them from waste material so that the money collected can be contributed to NGO’s engaged in social causes.

White Elephant Sale

This is a sale organized, for charitable purposes, by parents of the school following a collection from the parent community of new, unused items (that may not be of use) and may have been stacked up in their homes.

One Nation Reading Together

To help inculcate in our children, a sense of  compassion towards the less  fortunate, the school encourages children to extend a helping hand to those in need through collection drives for books, toys, woollens, mattresses, durries and blankets for those in need.  As s a school community, we also extend support to those distress, be it the victims of the Sikkim earthquake or our support staff.

TSRS Vasant Vihar, Delhi - classes k to 5 ICSE

The Shri Ram School's, Vasant Vihar campus promotes diverse education in a safe, supportive environment that promotes sound values, self-discipline, motivation and excellence in learning.

Vasant Vihar microsite

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TSRS Moulsari, Gurgaon - classes 6 to 12 IB, CISCE, NIOS

At The Shri Ram School's, Moulsari campus, the growing adolescents are encouraged to explore their abilities and talents and stretch their horizons.

Moulsari microsite       Moulsari IB microsite

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TSRS Aravali, Gurgaon - classes k to 12 CISCE

At the Shri Ram School's Aravali campus you walk into the bright, airy, cheerful classrooms of the junior and the senior wings, greeted by art and craft work of the children and teachers.

Aravali junior microsite       Aravali senior microsite

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  • Vasant Vihar Delhi

    Classes K to 5 ICSE
  • Moulsari Gurgaon

    Classes 6 to 12 IB, CISCE, NIOS
  • Aravali Gurgaon

    Classes K to 12 CISCE