About us

The school was part of est while Sub Area Public School raised in Aug 1987.  Since there was no provision of the Army Nursery Wing in the awes rules. It was separated from Army Public School.  The school started working independently on 29 Sep 1993 as Golden Fish Army Pre Primary School, under HQ Pashchim UP Sub Area, Meerut Cantt. The school is permanently recognized by BSA, Office, Meerut (U.P).


Our Mission

  • To provide all round development of the children and to give quality education through Activity Based Teaching techniques. 
  • To explore and unfold the personality of the child.
  • To encourage students to be independent life long learners,  who strive for excellence and become responsible stewards of our global society.


Our Vision

  • Our vision is to develop well-rounded, confident, and responsible individuals who aspire to achieve their full potential. We will do this by providing a welcoming, happy, safe, and supportive learning environment in which everyone is equal and all achievements are celebrated.
  • We believe that a happy child is a successful one. We are committed to providing a positive, safe, and stimulating environment for children to learn, where all are valued. We intend that all children should enjoy their learning, achieve their potential and become independent life-long learners.

Co Curricular Activities

Recent Activities




  1. Smart Classes: The School uses the best and latest teaching methodologies for holistic development of the child. Most of the classes are equipped with latest “Smart Class” technology, with tons of information as per the CBSE curriculum.
  2. Computer Lab: With the ever-changing technology, our computers keep the students abreast of the latest software and technological development of the 21st century.
  3. CCTV Equipped Campus: The safety of our students is of prime importance. Our campus is monitored under 24X7 CCTV surveillance to keep a track of the activities of our students and also to get aware of any unnatural occurrences.
  4. Resource Room: The resource room is a classroom where a special education programme is delivered to a student with a disability and learning difficulty. It is for those students who belong to a regular class but need some special instructions in an individualized or small group setting for a portion of the day.
  5. Well Trained Staff: Well trained and experienced teacher’s very important influences on student success, normal board writing teaching with not impact on students. We can find vast difference between well experienced teachers and without experienced.
  6. Focus On Communication Skill: Communication skill activities for kids put the whole classroom in an engaging environment, where each and every student participates. The teamwork and challenging environment keeps encouraging them to perform better.
  7. Physical Activities: Physical activity is any physical activity done in the classroom. It can take place at any time and occur in one or several brief periods during the school day.
  8. Hygienic Surrounding: Creating a Safe and Healthy Learning Environment
  9. Eco-friendly Environment: Our School is set up a composting program in the school garden or nearby green space to turn organic waste into nutrient-rich soil for plants.
  10. Activity Based Learning: Our focus of an activity based curriculum is teaching skills and knowledge to your students through creative tasks and activities. Rather than students passively listening to a teacher, students will complete tasks that practise key skills and allow them to absorb information in an active way.
  11. Learning By Doing: Learning by doing works after you’ve already gained some familiarity with the content. It works because the technique calls you to actively engage with the material and generate the knowledge yourself, bit by bit, chord by chord.
  12. Theme Based Learning: Theme-based learning as the name itself suggests is based on a particular theme. The lesson content or structure revolves around a particular theme or concept. Theme-based learning is an educational approach that makes perfect sense of the term.
  13. Inquiry Based Learning: Inquiry-based learning is an approach to learning that emphasizes the student’s role in the learning process. Rather than the teacher telling students what they need to know, students are encouraged to explore the material, ask questions, and share ideas.