Learners Own Academy celebrated the graduation ceremony of the kindergarten wing on 24 February. The programme commenced with the recital of the holy Quran and the prayer song. D K Sharma, the chairman, presided over the function.
Principal, Asha Sharma welcomed the renowned guests of honour, Dr. Shoba Vaddadi, Principal of Global English School and a very versatile and seasoned administrator, Ibrahim, the magnanimous sponsor of LOA, Engineer Afsar Khan, Deputy General manager of Project India, Dr. Santosh Surana, Consultant Radiologist at Farwaniya hospital and a member of management board, Subhadra Surana, the chief technologist at the Faulty of Deatistry at Kuwait University, Tahirih, owner of Mitaq Optiques a philanthropist and a social worker and Anitha Tehjajedeh, a social worker who led a campaign on personality development at LOA added charm to the function.
Dr. Shobha vadaddi spoke on the occasion and congratulated all the graduating students. She urged students to aim higher and requested the parents to allow students to struggle for exploring knowledge.The tiny tots presented a beautiful performance. Each eloquent speaker welcomed the guests among their midst and introduced the forthcoming performance effectively. The backdrop of the stage depicted winter as the theme, which merged beautifully with each performance.
The children presented a variety of items which were significant in their day to day lives such as cleanliness, peace, preservation of water and saving trees which enthralled the audience. A presentation on the waste materials being reused was also shown.
There also was a peacock dance and patriotic song depicting the costumes and dances of each state. The skit ‘an enormous turnip’ was a treat to the eyes. The graduation of each section of UKG students was laced with the performances of the LKG students and guests were eager to congratulate each student on their achievements as they came forward to receive their certificates.The event ended with a song performance by the UKG students thanking their teachers.