Visit to Jaipur Art Festival

The students of classes VI and VII from our school visited the Jaipur Art Festival. The art enthusiasts had a lovely time there witnessing and even learning the different art forms.

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It was the very first experience for the students at such an exquisite art festival and the plethora of art forms there really ignited the budding artist in them too.

Some of them even tried their hand at Calligraphy, block printing etc. It was a memorable experience for each one of them as they also had the opportunity to meet the talented artists and have a tete-a-tete with them.



Parents Day Level I


The tiny tots of Level I celebrated Parents Day with unparalleled enthusiasm. It the school’s way to honour the most important people in their students’ lives, the pillars of strength, and an epitome of love and sacrifice.

After the traditional welcome the students introduced themselves on stage with extreme confidence that made their parents swell with pride.

Nursery rhymes, montessori songs and the melodious song ‘ek batta do…’ was really enjoyed by one and all.

The energetic ‘Karate’ performance enthralled the parents.









A dance performance by our super excited lot made the parents very happy as they cherished every moment of witnessing their loved one on stage.









Each and every parent was as happy as proud and as emotional as thankful for the efforts put in by the school and its dedicated staff to make this day memorable.

Asia Day Celebration Level I


094The children of Level I celebrated Asia day in the most exuberant manner.

The tiny tots came gracefully dressed up in costumes of various Asian countries. The cultural fair was an event packed with energy and excitement.

The children represented countries such asPakistan, India, Saudi Arabia, Korea, Nepal, and Japan. Some children were dressed as Buddhist monks representing the countries where Buddhism is followed.







The ramp walk by the dynamic dudes and divas of our school was the higlight of the day as were the Japanese and Indian songs. The Indian song ‘Radhe Radhe’ had everyone swaying to their feet.










The little angels also danced to one of the ragas from carnatic music. The show ended  with Shahjahan and Mumtaz tableau.