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18Nov

Children's Day Celebration-2019
Children's Day Celebration-2019   

Children’s Day Celebration


‘Every child is a different kind of flower and altogether make this world a beautiful garden’.

 

Modern Early Years, Vasundhara, celebrated Children's Day on the 18.11.19. The Assembly began by teachers talking about the significance of Children's Day and about the life of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru with the help of a Power Point Presentation. The teachers presented a variety of colourful performances- 

*Enactment of a story- A Sick Lion

*A medley of child friendly songs

*A dance performance

 Ms. Mehra in her concluding message said, 'Children are precious gifts from God given to us in both extraordinary & ordinary wrappers. We at Modern Early Years, Vasundhara, must value every child as being priceless and unwrap these beautiful gifts carefully and responsibly. 

Children are God’s creation. They spread happiness & joy in every season. Handle them with love & care. Happy Children’s Day!'

This was followed by a party for the students on the theme- ‘Halloween’. Students came dressed as Halloween character/in party dress. The befitting ambience was created for them in the school assembly hall and the children danced on the peppy numbers. They shared the party snacks brought from home with their friends and enjoyed the school treat comprising of noodles, fruit cake and popcorn.

    13Nov

    Special Assembly- Guru Nanak Jayanti
    Special Assembly- Guru Nanak Jayanti   

    Special Assembly: Guru Nanak Jayanti

    He who has no faith in himself, can never have faith in God- Guru Nanak

    A Special Assembly was conducted on the occasion of 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji at Modern Early Years, Vasundhara, by the members of Srinivasa House on Wednesday, 13.11.19. The programme began with the Gurbani 'Ek Onkar....' by the choir facilitated by their music teacher. Gyaansh Singh (P1 B) shared with the students some facts on Guru Nanak Dev Ji, followed by Yedhant K Varun(P1 B) speaking about the significance of Guru Nanak Jayanti. Neel Shah(P1 A), Ahil Sami(P1 B), Shivaan (P1 B)  and Luv Aggarwal (P1 A) spoke a few lines on Gurudwara, Seva, Nishan Sahib and the Khalsa Salutation- Wahe Guru ji ka Khalsa, Wahe Guru ji ki Fateh, Sat Sri Akal and the three principles given by Nanak ji.

    Reliving the significant account of Guru Nanak's life, students narrated incidents from his life supplemented by a power point 

    presentation.

    *Avni Grewal (P2 C) - God's Message to Nanak ji

    *Amaira Sethi(P2 C) - Story of Bhago and Lalo

    *Hardik Ghanshani(P2 A) - Ek sui ki kahaani.

    The Branch Head, Ms. Manju Mehra reinforced the teachings of Guru Nanak ji  

         1. Honesty & Truth overpowering everything
    2. Equality & Brotherhood go hand in hand
    3. To live a life away from evil
    4. See or hear no discrimination

    She concluded by saying that Gurupurab is a day to celebrate and honour the preaching’s of Guru Nanak ji . Let us promise to give Love and Respect to each other and may Guru Nanak ji shower his blessing on all of us. The presentation ended with the rendition of the Shabad ‘Satnam Waheguru’.

    Karah Prashad was got from the Gurudwara and distributed amongst the Students and Staff Members.

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