Childrens Day

Childrens Day

There is a garden in every childhood, an enchanted place where colours are brighter, the air softer, and the morning more fragrant than ever again. –   Elizabeth Lawrence

Life is a beautiful garden and childhood is the best season of all with long-lasting and cherished memories. It’s a period of celebration, innocence and hope. DSE Attapur celebrated Children’s day on 13th November, a day prior to Children’s Day, as this year it falls on a Sunday. 

It was an online celebration encapsulating a plethora of events like the school prayer, pledge, news, songs, dance performances by teachers that was live streamed for students through YouTube.  

The pre-primary wing had celebrations for two days in the school premises with fun-filled activities. It was for the first time the little ones visited school after a gap of 20 months after the first lockdown, many in fact for the first time. 

The soulful rendition of songs like Itti si Hasi and lakdi ki kathi and the intermittent gigs by the teachers, enthralled the students. The students thoroughly enjoyed the scintillating dance performance of the teachers. Yet another programme, which made the students sit up and enjoy, was the beautifully choreographed male teachers’ dance where the main highlight was our beloved Principal sir. The students cheered their teachers and laughed boisterously at the funny news presentation.

Academic Director Shashi ma’am gave an inspirational message to the students highlighting the importance of the day with an anecdote. The Principal Mr.Augustine Thomas in his speech exhorted the students to have SMART goals and appreciated them for their active participation in the inter school competitions and winning laurels for the school. He also appreciated the teachers for the efforts they have put in to make the Children’s day memorable for the students.   

Students spent quality time with their teachers interacting and freely expressing themselves after the programme. Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded. Listening to them, talking to them makes a huge difference. It was a wonderful day well spent.

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