Jessica Joseph to join King’s College!

It gives us great pleasure to share the good news of yet another student of the school, joining King’s College, London for an Undergraduate degree.


Jessica Joseph heads to England to pursue B.Sc in Psychology. The degree draws upon the expertise of a wide range of world leading researchers, from neuroscience to the social sciences, in order to present multiple approaches to the application of psychological science. The course reflects the key role of psychology within interdisciplinary research and with this it gives a deep insight into a variety of contemporary problems.

In Jessica’s words, ‘This course will help me develop my analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills along with my core scientific knowledge in this field. It will allow me to study a wide range of topics, from the development of children to the biological bases of mental disorders and help me decide where my passion lies.’ 

Congratulations to Jessica on the first step towards her intended career path of  a clinical psychologist!

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Dhokra Lost-Wax Casting Workshop


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CAS project by Kindergarten students

The children of Kindergarten brought “smiles, cheer and hope” to less fortunate children by sharing the experience of giving. Sharing the experience of giving can be the most rewarding experience and this will further help the children to understand their responsibility towards the society. This was also a part of their Community Action and Service project (CAS).

The Kindergarteners took this initiative forward by helping the less fortunate by raising funds. The children made gift bags by reusing used boxes and sold them at the winter carnival held on Saturday 13th December 2014.

The teachers contacted a school for the underprivileged – Nayi Disha that gave them a list of things that they needed for the children studying there – it included stationery, pencil boxes ,notebooks ,tiffin boxes, soaps, toothpastes and toothbrushes The children of Kindergarten interacted with them and celebrated Christmas by singing carols with them.The children of ‘Nayidisha’ were ecstatic as this was the first time any school children interacted with them.

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Sports & Science Program with students from Bandhwari High School



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As part of our ongoing project with Bandhwari High School, their students of grade 9 and 10 visited our campus yesterday. Since their school does not offer science from Grade 9 onwards, we chose to give them a chance to explore that space.  Divided into groups, they witnessed demonstrations held by our grade 11 students.

In Biology they participated and attempted food tests – Carbohydrate and Protein, looked at mounted slides of Amoeba and  Plasmodium and specimens of Animal Classification.

In Physics, experiments in Static Electricity – demonstration of Van de Graff Generator; Magnetic Properties, Light – refraction and dispersion using prism, Pressure due to liquids , Water Waves properties – Ripple Tank, Transverse Waves, Sound Level Meter.

In Chemistry-Elephant toothpaste, Fire in water, PH strip to detect Ph of different solutions, Ammonium dichromate Volcano, hazards with chemicals.

Their day began on sports field at 10.30am. Our boys learnt the rules of the forgotten Indian sport of kabaddi  and soon both sides were ready to take each other on for a match! The girls meanwhile, entered the basketball court for the first time and were coached by our grade 11 basketball players.

For both groups of students, the learning was apparent, for both had ventured into territories unknown and walked out with the joy of achievement. “It was an enriching experience, where via sports we learnt from other children and taught them as well. It was certainly very nice to see their amazed faces when they did experiments in science labs.”     Shashwat, Grade 11

Students of Bandhwari High School will  be in our school every Wednesday to build a relationship and grow as individuals in keeping with the Pathways philosophy of Learn Work Play Think LIVE!

Published in: on November 25, 2014 at 3:38 pm  Leave a Comment  

GOGI SAROJ PAL – a r e t r o s p e c t i v e

GOGI SAROJ PAL – a    r e t r o s p e c t i v e  Pathways Art Gallery, Pathways School Gurgaon    II    exhibition remains open till – 26 November, 2014   (9:00 am – 4:00 pm)


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Art Exhibition at Pathways Gurgaon

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Pathways Schools Gurgaon organises Robotics fest

This October, many Schools in Delhi NCR flocked to Pathways School Gurgaon for the third annual Pathways Gurgaon Inter-school Robotics fest called ‘Robongiers’ from Oct 9-10.  The competing schools included Pathways World School, Aravali,  Amity International School, Gurgaon; Manav Rachna International School, Faridabad; Amity International School, Noida; Scottish High International School, Gurgaon;  Manav Rachna International School, Gurgaon;  Manav Rachna International School, Charmwood;  Suncity World School and the host school – Pathways School Gurgaon.


The event was graced by Capt Rohit Bajaj, School Director, Pathways School Gurgaon and Mr Prashant Jain, Director, Pathways Schools. The competition was declared open by Capt Rohit Bajaj with the lighting of the lamp. Encouraging the students, Capt. Rohit Bajaj said, ‘There is a certain untapped resource within us, called potential. This event is being hosted to tap this untapped potential’.  Mr Prashant Jain shared also his words of wisdom with the students and said  ‘It’s not always about the end product. It is about the process and the building because that is what makes it possible for the result to happen again’.DSC_0125

DSC_0110This was followed by a performance by Pathways students on a Baroque composition ‘Canon’ by J.S. Bach. This was followed by another fun performance ‘I’ve Got a Robot’, a rap and song that was sung by the students of grade six students. The last performance was a dance on a medley of electric music and an old famous song, ‘(I’ve had) The Time of My Life’.DSC_0018


Soon, the competition started. The first round was an ‘Electronics’ round, where all the teams had to build their own small light-following robot that would sense and follow the light of a torch.  In the next round, the students were given a situation where passengers of a plane crash were stranded in the forest, and the robots, which were to be built of lego, needed to be built and programmed to travel through a maze and pick up these passengers.


The competition was organised to challenge logical thinking, creativity and problem-solving skills of the students. Robongiers engaged students at a much deeper level and the hands-on applications and creative design required to accomplish the task will be an experience unlike any that they have ever encountered. The students worked hard during the two days, motivated and determined to prove themselves; thereby fulfilling the purpose of this competition – tapping the untapped potential within us.

Manav Rachna International School, Faridabad clinched the trophy.DSC_0011DSC_0009

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Pathways Gurgaon celebrates 4 glorious years!


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Pathwaysians qualify for Haryana State level Championship


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Ceramics Workshop at Pathways Gurgaon

Ceremic workshop

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