Children’s Day 2023

All About the Kids!

The festival of lights and Children’s Day being on the same day, the celebrations at SJBHS were postponed to 15 th November. One would rightly say that the Diwali festival just had another day added to it! In spirit, the festivities continued.

Children's Day is celebrated across India to raise awareness about the rights, education, and welfare of children. It is celebrated on 14 November every year on the birthday of the first prime minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who was known to have been fond of children. We, at SJBHS, celebrate the innocence, purity, spontaneity, and the freedom that comes with childhood. The staff realises that they too need to unwind and celebrate. So, together with the students, it is a day of fun and frolic as well as freedom and fiesta.

The day began with the special celebration animated by the teachers. The prayer thanked the Almighty for the blessings bestowed, the graces bequeathed and submitted the future to His will. The invocation song echoed the very same intentions.

The cultural programme showed the teachers in a new light. The students could not believe their eyes when the teachers took centrestage to imitate them through a hilarious skit. They loved it when a medley of Hindi and Kannada songs were sung and they were delighted when the teachers danced for them to the very tunes that they thought were their very own!

The teachers, too, had an enjoyable day as they scrambled together, amid a busy schedule, to put together the day’s events. In a way, the staff realised that however strenuous their work as educators was currently, educating children was still a noble and respectful profession. The adulation of the students spoke volumes to reinforce their belief in the vocation.

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