The school was decorated with Orange, Green and white colours which represent the national flag of our country.
The students were dressed in the colours that represent our national flag.
The celebration program began with prayer to goddess Saraswati after that the students learnt how to make national flag using different materials.
The program ended by singing the national song.
The students and the teachers enjoyed this event.
The school celebrated Janmashtami which is the day of the birth of the Lord Krishna.
Students celebrated the ‘Matki Fod‘ event.
For this event a special pot had been tied with a rope which was later broken by the children dressed as Krishna.
Students were really excited for this event. They had real fun by celebrating this event. All the girls were dressed as Radha and were looking really beautiful and they played garba. The students and the teachers were delighted to celebrate this event.
The school celebrated Rakshabandhan.
made beautiful and colorful rakhi by themselves. In this celebration the students celebrated Rakshabandhan with colourful rakhi, kanku, diya and many other things. The students had made special chocolate by themselves.
In this the girls of the school tied the holy thread to the boys of the school. The sister did a tilak on the forehead of the brother and tied the rakhi. Neelam Ben gifted the children drawing books and colours on the occasion of the celebration of Rakshabandhan.
The school celebrated the auspicious event of Navratri on 30th of September.
The whole school was decorated with different beautiful colorful bandhani. And a photo of the Goddess and garba was placed there. The celebration of Navratri began at 12:30 of the morning. The event started with an Aarti. All the children were dressed up in beautiful Chanya Cholis. After the Aarti all teachers and students started playing Garba. The teachers took care of the children so that they didn‘t get hurt while playing the garba. At 1:30 PM they had their lunch of Pav bhaji.
On 3rd of March the school celebrated Holi. Holy is a festival of colours so all the children played with different
colour. The children and the staff had prepared Holi in the playground of the school with the help of cow dung.
They all had the Prasad of coconut and decorated the holy with the help of flowers. After the lightning of Holi
the children played with organic colours.