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Community Service and Social Work

  • Students, Parents, and Staff of LVIS,NE enthusiastically participated in the Tree Plantation Drive held on 20 July 2019 on the field opposite to the school main gate. The students brought their own saplings and a total of 200 saplings were planted. Each sapling planted was adopted by the students and staff who pledged to nurture it. The objective of this was to sensitise students and create awareness about protecting the environment.
  • “Goonj” collection drive took place at Lotus Valley International School, Noida Extension from 26 August – 7 September 2019. Students from grade III-VIII actively participated for this cause by donating dry ration in huge quantities for the flood affected area in India – Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Assam, Bihar and Andhra Pradesh. The collected ration was sent to the Goonj Foundation located at Sarita Vihar, New Delhi.
  • The students visited GOONJ- NGO centre, located at Delhi in September 2019. The selected students represented the school's community service spirit by donating dry ration for the flood affected states. The young change makers also got the opportunity to take a close look at the GOONJ centre. The children came back with new insights on how waste should not be discarded but recycled and re-used. This particular collection drive was successful in making the children realise that small actions can bring greater joy in the lives of others.
  • Students of grades VI-VIII conducted a host of activities in September’19 in accordance with the 'Swacchta Hi Seva' campaign to sensitise everyone in school about hygiene, cleanliness and sanitation. Throughout the week, students participated enthusiastically in various activities such as cleanliness drive around the school, slogan writing, debate, quiz and poem recitation. The week long event culminated on a positive note with students undertaking the cleanliness pledge.
  • Students made sincere efforts at raising funds for charity during the EVS/S.Sc week by selling hand- made jewellery and other hand crafted items. Fnds raised were donated by the students to Sai Bal Sansar, a non-formal educational centre located in Noida. During the visit, students of LVIS,NE got the opportunity to interact with the students of Sai Bal Sansar. This interaction made the learners appreciate their lives even more and develop an empathetic outlook towards the society.
  • On 20 February, 2020, participants of the Bake-o-Mania sale visited the Pawster Foundation, Greater Noida as part of the school’s community service initiative. The Pawsters Foundation is a charitable animal welfare organisation run by Ms. Aparaajitha Ramadyani, a highly decorated Indian paramilitary officer, who has rescued and rehabilitated over 400 stray dogs’ since 1996 and dedicated her life towards these voiceless souls. The animal shelter is a canine abode housing 107 wagging tails including pedigreed dogs that have been abandoned by their masters. The aim of the visit was to develop humane education that fosters compassion and respect for all living beings and the environment. The visit empowered students to become more compassionate and make informed choices that combat real‐world problems thereby making this world a better place for people, animals and the environment to live in.
  • Lotus Valley International School, Noida Extension was privileged to be a part of the Annual Tamana Fashion Show held on 8 September, 2019 at Hyatt Regency, New Delhi. Tamana-a non profit organization working towards development of children with disabilities, has been organizing Annual Fashion Shows as a platform to create awareness for the disability sector. At the event, students of ‘Tamana’ walk the ramp hand in hand, shoulder to shoulder with professional models, renowned designers, dignitaries and students from mainstream schools. The theme for this years fashion show was ‘My India My Pride’. The Principal, Ms. Indu Yadav along with two students of the school, Lavanya Pabreja (grade VII) and Kasshvi Saxena (grade VIII) elegantly walked the ramp for My India, My Pride.


There is no higher religion than human service. To work for the common good is the greatest creed. Woodrow T. Wilson Every child should have the opportunity to live their childhood and play with games and toys. With this thought in mind students of classes I - VII enthusiastically donated their old toys to help their not so privileged friends experience the joy of childhood. The collection will be donated to Toy Bank.


Engaging in community service provides students with the opportunity to become active members of their community and has a lasting, positive impact on society at large. Community service or volunteerism enables students to acquire life skills and knowledge, as well as provide a service to those who need it most.

As a part of its Value Education and Social Outreach programme, Lotus Valley International School, Noida Extension took on the responsibility to be associated with “GOONJ” Foundation for helping the underprivileged. Their focus is to create a parallel economy which is not CASH based but it is TRASH based.


Lotus Valley International School, Noida Extension celebrated Labour Day on 2nd May, 2018 to acknowledge the efforts of Didis and Bhaiyas in keeping the school clean and helping the children. The event was conducted to make children aware of dignity of labour and to teach them respect for people who help us. A special assembly was conducted by the students of Class-I Robin on ‘Kindness’.

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