The Annual Concert and Prize Day of the Junior School (Nursery to Class 1) of Boys’ High School and College was held in the beautifully decorated Middle School Hall on Saturday. On this pleasant day, the Boys’ High School and College family felicitated the academic heroes of the Junior School. The Principal, Mr. D. A. Luke graced the occasion as the chief guest.
The hard work of the talented students of all sections from Nursery to Class I was given its due recognition. Parents felt heartwarming pride on the achievement of their wards. The prize winners portrayed the characteristics of true gentlemen as they walked up to receive the prizes. The parents with their heads held high cheered their cheered their loved ones when they went to receive their prize.
The function began with an opening prayer by Mrs. R. Datt followed by the welcome address by Mrs. D. Jonathon. Melodious performances by the students enriched the event as the audience swayed along and etched eternal memories in our hearts, leaving us in a trance of inspiration
It is rightly said dance, drama and music add a special essence to the all round development of the child. The children of the Junior school set the stage aglow with their incredible talents. To entertain the audience, the boys of class II presented a song and dance titled ‘Give me a bell to ring’. Next to come on the stage were the children of class 1 who revived the memory of the legendary Charlie Chaplin. The children of nursery in their performance titled `Feel the Nature’ educated the people on the importance of preservation and conservation of nature.
Thereafter, the boys of class I presented an English play “Snow White and Seven Dwarfs” and beautifully depicted the victory of good over evil. The “Fishermen’s Crew” presented by the children of nursery was appreciated by the audience. The penguins of class Prep in a dance performance titled “Match your steps” set the stage on fire. After this, again the penguins of class Prep rocked the stage with their mind blowing dance performance on “Punjabi Beats.” The “Dragon Dance” performed by the students of class III was applauded by the audience. The last event of the day was a mime by the boys of class V and VI. Through the mime, the children showcased the journey of Indian freedom struggle with a message that the hard-earned freedom needs to be preserved through harmony.
In his brief address, the chief guest Mr. D. A. Luke congratulated the teachers and the children for the hard work in putting up such a wonderful show and appreciated their efforts in nurturing a child’s talent. He thanked the parents for their support and encouragement and asked them to spend their valuable time so that your children grow in a healthy environment with love and care.