The fight for a clean environment continues in a climate of increasing urgency, as the ravages of climate change become more manifest every day.
On Earth Day (22nd April) we need to take a stand so that together, we can show the world a new direction. It?s our turn to lead. We educate our children to be aware of the environment concerns and do their little bit to save the Earth. Today the boys of KG along with Mrs. A Panda planted a tree...a start for a greener environment. A change needs to be made. It starts with our children.
Title : Graduation Ceremony Class III Batch 2014 - 2015
The ceremony started with the Academic Procession where the boys holding lamps handed over the lamps to Br. Beddoe and Mrs Ghai.
There were votes of thanks to all the staff members. The children thanked all and sang songs and recited poems of thankfulness and appreciation.
The ceremony ended with the Graduation song. Br. Beddoe then addressed the gathering thanking the parents for their whole hearted contributions and help throughout the year. Mrs Ghai too thanked the parents and wishing the children a bright future as they now go into the Middle school.
It is never too early to bring about an awareness of the environment. Keeping this in mind the tiny-tots of the Kindergarten staged a Musical on 4th of March 2015 on the theme of the Environment.
Deforestation and a viable solution to deal with the problem, the importance of the Sun in our lives were the issues that were not too big to be handled by our little ones. In a heartwarming approach to a global problem, the children stole the hearts of the audience with a mixture of joy and humour.
Music is a magical gift we must nourish and cultivate in our children. The boys were trained by their teachers to showcase the talent.
The event culminated with an address by Br. Beddoe and Mrs Ghai who spoke words of appreciation to the little participants and the parents for their support and cooperation.
Republic Day was celebrated with true patriotic fervor on 23rd Jan in the Junior School. The students of 1-D under the guidance of Mrs. R. Sehgal put up a colourful and motivational show depicting the significance and events as they take place in the National Capital. The students took a pledge to be true Indians by helping one another. The message was to maintain discipline, follow rules and respect each other.