Celebrating events and festivals in our school has become an integral part of learning and building a strong cultural belief. At preschool the child celebrates
festivals not only because it offers much enjoyment and thrill but also because it has much more to tell about the country, its history and culture. Such celebrations bring the students closer to each other's traditions and cultural beliefs and develop respect and understanding for each other & customs and traditions The students through co-curricular activities learn essential ethical values about different cultures, religions, events of national and international importance as well as discipline and school life ethics. They learn to understand different religions, values, social ethics, tolerance, empathy, motivational skills, compatibility and contentment.
Some festivals which are celebrated during each academic session are Rakshabandhan, Janmashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri, Diwali. National
festivals like Republic day & Independence Day are also celebrated to encourage the feeling of patriotism.
The covid pandemic did not dampen the spirit of our feisty students who explored the virtual realm and showcased their talents.
This year rang in the patriotic fervour with the Independence Day being celebrated virtually. The students of class VI paid homage to the Father of our
nation by singing bhajans and giving speeches in memory of Gandhiji to commemorate his birth anniversary. The Founder’s day brought alive their
enthusiasm of life. The splendid panorama of music, dance and drama elevated everyone’s spirits. The school paid its tribute to all the corona warriors who
relentlessly worked for our safety and good health.