Class Presentation by – III-A on 6th Nov 2019admin
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“Education is not preparation for life; Education is life itself”. On 6th November’19, the students of Class III A put up a captivating class presentation.
The event kick started with a welcome note by Samriddh and Headmistress Ms. Monika Taneja ma’am followed by the Lamp Lighting for seeking God’s Blessings.
The children then presented a soulful prayer “God Will Make A Way” followed by welcome song “Welcome One And All” that set the stage for the event. An English Elocution “Shaking Hands” was about a question why people shake their hands when they meet?
“Vision is the art of seeing the invisible” Sharanya spoke about the vision of the school. One of the USPs of this school is the assemblies which are held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for the primary section. The significance of these assemblies and the values learnt from these were told by Diksha to the parents along with a video showing glimpses of the assemblies.
“Dance is the hidden language of the soul of the body“. Shreyash and Tanisha showed some eye and hand movements which they have learnt in the dance class. “A healthy mind breeds a healthy body.” Shreyash spoke about the importance of fitness along with a video showing glimpses of physical education classes.
“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything. Sanskriti played on the keyboard and sang a bhajan – Achyutam Keshavam,that was melodious. Then Rangesh spoke about hobby clubs and why he loves them. A video showed glimpses of activities conducted in the various hobby clubs.
Thereafter Sharanya spoke about the awards and achievements of the school. Next performance was a poem – “Mere Pyare Mummy Papa“. It was really heart touching.
Education is the key to success. It acts as a catalyst and positivity in our daily life. The children of III-A put up a street play on the theme IMPACT OF EDUCATION. It was the best part of the event which highlighted the importance of education in one’s life.
Some people don’t believe in HEROES but they haven’t met My Grandpa! Samriddh shared a very heart-warming and inspiring story of his grandfather who was an Olympic player.
The Grand Finale ended with mesmerising dance performance followed by the ‘Vote of Thanks’ by Nirwan.
In the end, Principal Mrs. Poonam Kochitty addressed the parents giving them valuable parenting tips on communication, spending time with the kids, being a role model and focusing on values, nurturing life skills, developing reading habits and being punctual.
When the event got over the parents were asked to give the feedback which was heart-warming.