Indian community school celebrates Children’s Day

Children Day is a commemorative day celebrated every year in honor of children. The date varies by country. World Children’s Day is celebrated on November 20 each year to commemorate the Declaration of the “Rights of the Child” by the United Nations General Assembly. In India, it is celebrated on November 14, the birthday of the first Prime Minister of independent India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. He was a strong advocate for the education of Indian children and youth and asserted that education was imperative for the growth of the country. He was affectionately called “Chacha Nehru” by children.

Indian Community School Kuwait, Amman branch celebrated Children’s Day with great vigor and happiness. Various assemblies of students from kindergarten to high school were held on November 14, 2021 to bring out the meaning of the most important day in their lives.

All the assemblies followed the formal structure starting with the recitation of the verses of the Holy Quran. This was followed by school prayer, Kuwaiti national anthem and pledge, invoking blessings, in front of allegiance to the country we live in and our homeland. Inspirational thoughts were well delivered by the children. Instilling the importance of knowing about world events, the news headlines were well presented by the children.

Next are the special programs for our precious children from kindergarten to high school. Provocative speeches, skits, melodic and soulful songs, action songs, foot tapping and scintillating solo and group dance performances, brainstorming quizzes, role models, sharing Childhood memories and depiction of a generation gap using modern technology were presented, which was a feast for the eyes and ears.

The teachers in grades 3 and 4 performed a special skit and song for children. All the teachers wished their dear children on Children’s Day. The supervisors and the head of department said special greetings underlining the importance of Children’s Day.

Principal Rajesh Nair addressed the assembly and gave a motivating speech on the inherent value of Children’s Day and wished all the children a very Happy Children’s Day. Congratulations to all the kids who captivated everyone with their awesome and amazing performances. Congratulations to the Assembly in charge and to all the teachers for their dedicated and diligent contribution. Thank you to all the parents who have helped and guided their children.

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