Childrens’ Day Special

What is Children’s Day all about?

As we all know that Childrens’ Day is on the 14th of November. It is celebrated as a tribute to our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru also known as Chacha Nehru due to his love and affection for children.

Teachers in schools and colleges put up cultural programmes acting like children to make the students feel extra special. Children get very excited to see their teacher dancing, singing, or acting for them. After the programme, children get to enjoy the rest of the day with their friends at school and a special treat is distributed.

But in all the excitement and joy of celebrating this special day, we forget to think about the not-so-lucky children who do not have the privilege of going to school and probably are not even aware that the day is dedicated to them which is really very sad.

As institutions, we should organize events in the school for these not-so-lucky children so that they could at least get to see what the inside of a school is like, which could at some point be a motivation for them to study. It will definitely bring a smile on their faces and joy in their hearts to think that someone cares.

It will also be an eye-opener for children to realize and be thankful for all that we have been blessed with.

Children’s Day celebration on 15th November 2021

During our online Circle Time on the 15th Nov.2021. Our tiny tots were dressed in their best wearing a red rose. We started the day with our morning prayer and greeting everyone. Then we shared a presentation and had a discussion about our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and the significance of 14th November, the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

We then had some fun time, playing a few online games with the students which they really enjoyed.

One could see the sparkle and glow light up every child’s face when their teachers sang a small song for them at the end of the class.

Children’s Day Celebration on 16th November 2021 – Offline at School

It was a delight to greet our little ones at school. They were dressed in white with a rose pinned on their dress. Children witnessed the senior school students walk the ramp in Ethnic wear. They also enjoyed the offline cultural programme done by the teachers. The teachers danced and sang songs to entertain the students and make their day special

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