“The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country.” Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.
As the nation celebrates “Children’s Day” to mark the birth anniversary of our first Prime Minister, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru and his love for children, a Special Assembly was conducted by the Teachers of Whitefield Global School.
The Assembly commenced with prayer by teachers from the Choir group.
The Teachers from Primary Segment got everyone enthused by delivering the thought forthe day and new words to add to our vocabulary. They gave out some really fun facts which got everyone hooked and updated everyone with the latest news.
A wonderful story by the Head of Institution and Academic Director Dr. Sarada Chandrasekaran enthralled the audience.
There were many surprising elements in store for the kids. They were enraptured by a song sung by Primary Head Mistress, Ms Nina Mukhopadhaya and the children enthusiastically sang to the tune of our HM. There was a humorous and message bearing Skit by teachers telling kids not to waste too much time on screen.
Our Primary Coordinator, Ms. Chitra Kulkarni inspired the children with her thoughts and the Upper Primary Coordinator, Ms. Asha Kiran by recounting childhood memories.
This was followed by an exciting performance by our HOI, HM, coordinators and teachers that reminisced one's childhood through a range of fun-filled outdoor games.
There were some amazing dance sequences, Poem recitation and Song rendition by our very talented teachers.
It was a great euphoric assembly where teachers stepped into the shoes of children and the children were highly overwhelmed.
Childhood is about innocence and playfulness. It is about joy and freedom. So to continue the energetic celebrations, children shifted to the playground and played dodge ball and tug of war games. The kids by now were fully revved up with enthusiasm.
The icing on cake was a delicious party in the class where kids shared chips, juice, biscuits and pasta and relished with loads of dancing.