Co-Curricular Activities

Bhartiya Bhaasha Utsav 
Bhartiya Bhasha Utsav, the birth anniversary of Mahakavi Subramania Bharati on 11thDecember 2023 was celebrated in Air Force School Jammu during the morning assembly and as class room activity also. The details of the activity are as follows: *On 11 Dec '23 Ms Romila Nahar, TGT Hindi delivered an introductory speech to the students & teachers in the morning assembly aprising about the activity. * Ms. Neelam Kumari TGT Sanskrit conducted Sanskrit dialogue writing activity was conducted in class VIII. * Students of class VI & VIII also conducted morning assembly activity of a sentence translation of- 'Vano se hi bhojan ka astitav hai' in around 12 languages along with their introduction. In a nutshell, the students participated with full enthusiasm and performed their best.

Air Force School Jammu organised a short MUN introductory session in the school Auditorium on 22July 23 . Ms Kusum Rakwal, PGT English , welcomed the Resource person  Mr. Guneet Singh, Founder Chairperson of Erudite events. He apprised the young and enthusiastic students about MUN, it's conduct & motivated them to participate in such events. Mr Guneet explained the working of MUN sessions as a formal platform. It was an interactive session where students also raised their queries.

As part of Morning Assembly, Arjunveer of class 8B delivered a speech on cyber security. He delivered the content in a very precise and organised manner & updated the students about the issue.

The Panch Pran include resolve to move the country ahead as a developed India, erase all traces of servitude, be proud of India's heritage and legacy, strength of unity and solidarity and duties of citizens towards the nation. "Higher educational institutions (HEIs) are requested to work out the modalities for imbibing the spirit of the 'Panch Pran' and 'LIFE' Movement in the higher education system.

The Group of Twenty (G20) is the premier forum for international economic cooperation. It plays a vital role in shaping and strengthening global architecture and governance on all major international economic issues. India holds the Presidency of the G20 from 1 December 2022 to 30 November 2023.As proposed by CBSE to educate the school children about the G-20, Air Force School, Jammu has planned and is in the process of executing the same with great enthusiasm.

A motivational lecture by Mr Rizwan Uddin Regional Provisional Fund Commissioner-I at Regional Office, Jammu was conducted by Air Force School, Jammu in Aakash auditorium, Air Force Station, Jammu on 19 April 23.  After a welcome speech by Ms Kusum Rakwal, PGT English, the Executive Director, Flying Officer Rajkumar & Principal Shuchi Gupta welcomed the guest by presenting a bouquet.  Mr Rizwan in his motivational lecture called upon many students to participate in the process. He apprised the students & teachers about ‘Goal Setting’ and how to plan a strategy. The session was absolutely engaging and full of excitement as he constantly kept raising questions to the audience. Mr. Rizwaan even played an old Hindi song to connect and explain to the students how to get things from life. During the session the teachers also participated and he kept appreciating their efforts. The guest also explained the intricacies of goal setting, hurdles and ways to overcome them by sharing his personal experiences as a renowned cyclist to the audience.  Towards the culmination of the session, the Executive Director Flying Off. Rajkumar thanked Mr. Rizwan Uddin for sparing his valuable time and motivating the students. On behalf of Air Force school Jammu, The Executive Director along with the principal presented a token of love and gratitude to Mr Rizwan Uddin for such a wonderful and enlightening session. It was an engaging and knowledge packed session.

Air Force School Jammu celebrated its Annual Day "Sankalan” 2022 on 19 Dec 22 and 20 Dec 22 for the Junior and Senior wings respectively at the school’s assembly premises. The entire school was decorated beautifully for the event. Air Commodore Gurujot Singh Bhullar VSM(G), Air Officer Commanding Air Force Station Jammu was the chief guest and Mrs. Ruhi Bhullar, President AFWWA(L) was the guest of honour on the occasion. Also present at the occasion were, Flying Officer Raj Kumar, Executive Director of Air Force School Jammu, and other dignitaries. The function began with the traditional lamp lighting followed by the Annual Report given by Mrs. Shuchi Gupta, Principal, Air Force School Jammu in which the achievements in scholastic and co-scholastic activities were highlighted. This was followed by colourful cultural program by the students of Air Force School Jammu. The audience was enthralled by the programme put on by the little angels wearing beautiful costumes who were looking very attractive and innocent while performing. The traditional Ghoomar dance, vibrant kalbelia dance, and scintillating dance performances by the students of the senior wing held the audience mesmerised. The Bhangra performance was the prime mover of the programme and made the audience tap their feet along. During performances, the meritorious students were awarded medals and prizes for their academic and other cultural and extra-curricular achievements. Speaking in his address, the chief guest congratulated the school for its achievements and praised the students and teachers for their hard efforts to put up a brilliant show after the two years since the onset of the pandemic. The function ended on a positive note with the Vote of Thanks given by the Ms. Shuchi Gupta principal, Air Force School Jammu. Overall, it was such a fulfilling program that moved the heart of everyone present at the venue.



(Class 1-2) On the festive eve of Diwali, the students of class first and second were made to enjoy the day by decorating divas or candles. The children participated with great zeal and zest. The class teachers assisted students as and when required. It was a great activity for the children. Class 3-5 In order to apprise the children with the importance of Diwali festival, a Saturday activity was conducted for them. The activity comprised several options for the children to explore. They had to prepare any one of the following activities : Candle or Diya decoration, paper lantern making, toran making, and rangoli making.
The students participated with great enthusiasm and made the activity a grand success.

(Class 6-8)
On the eve of Diwali the students of class 6th to 8th were to enjoy Rangoli The children participate with great zeal and zest . They had prepare any one of tye following activities: Candle making, Rangoli  making and paper lantern making. The students participated with great enthusiasm and made the activity a grand success .corridors were checked up with vibrate ,colours intricate rangoli designs

Class 9 and11 " let us move from untruth to truth and from darkness to light ." 
The Diwali celebration at school often means a festive look with diya and lanterns adoring the class. The activities permeate the school premises with an atmosphere of togetherness and hope. The students of senior wing celebrated the festival of Diwali with great enthusiasm. Diwali decoration was organised in the classroom. Corridors were decked up with vibrant colours, intricate rangoli designs and other embellishments. The display was a collection of various handicrafts which were prepared by students themselves. The items included divas , decorative vases, paper lanterns etc.