The Annual Concert and Prize Day of the Junior School (Nursery to Class V) of Boys’ High School (BHS) and College was held at the Open Stage, Middle School Field here on Friday evening. The grand Open Stage was beautifully decorated befitting the occasion. The Principal Mr. D. A. Luke, Academic Supervisor, Mrs. C. B. Luke and Headmistress of BHS Annexe Holy Trinity School, Mrs. R. Mandal graced the occasion.
The hard work of over 250 meritorious students of all sections from Nursery to class V were given its due recognition. The prize winners proudly walked to receive the prizes making their parents proud. The parents cheered their wards as they received the honours. The prestigious Mrs. Margaret Anthony Running shield for the Best Boy of the Junior School was bagged by Shreyansh Vinay, class V-C of St. Andrew’s House.
The function started with the opening prayer by Krishank Sharma of class V-E. Thereafter, Mrs. D. Jonathan, In-charge of Junior Section (Class IV and V) welcomed the Principal, parents and dignitaries.
The welcome dance presented by the tiny-tots of Nursery and Class Prep won the hearts of the audience. This was followed with the rendition of a song by the Junior School choir. Thereafter, the students of class II presented a fairytale ‘Hansel and Gretel’ through which they gave the message not to trust strangers and not to disobey your parents. The kids of Prep and class I performed the superbly choreographed ‘Peacock dance’. This was followed by a short Hindi skit ‘Clever Birbal’ by the students of class II and III. The skit sent the audience into piece of laughter. Class II and III students presented ‘The Essence of North East India’ through folk dance Bihu of North East. Next to take the stage were the students of class IV and V, who presented a fusion dance form ‘Colours of India’, depicting the culture of various states of the country. The message was we are all one and stand unitedly. The students of class IV and V left the audience spell bound through their superb performance ‘Stretch your hands to save the land’. The presentation highlighted the importance of five elements, those are earth, water, air, fire and space with a message to preserve the same.
In his motivating speech, the Principal, Mr. D. A. Luke congratulated each and every student who had won a prize and praised the hard work and dedication shown by them throughout the past year which helped them to win a prize. He asked them to work even harder to achieve sure success in life. He also thanked the parents for their support to the school. He asked them to encourage their children to take part in school activities as it goes a long way in developing their all-round personality.
The prizes were distributed by the Principal, Mr. D. A. Luke, Academic Supervisor Mrs. C. B. Luke and Headmistress, Mrs. R. Mandal. The programme came to an end with a vote of thanks by the Principal, Mr. D. A. Luke.