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ICSK Amman celebrates pre-primary Graduation Day
March 23, 2017, 4:33 pm
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The students of Indian Community School Kuwait (ICSK) Amman were congratulated during their Pre-Primary Graduation ceremony celebrated on 15 March in the school auditorium. It was a memorable day when 184 young graduates of Amman in their graduation gowns and caps were set to enter a new stage of life. The program began with the Islamic prayer and the National Anthems of Kuwait and India.

The ceremonial lamp of knowledge was lighted by the distinguished chief guest Susan Roy, Director, United Indian School, Kuwait. Rajesh Nair. C Principal of ICSK Amman welcomed all the guests and parents. He expressed his appreciation for the hard work, efforts and support of the teachers and parents during the day.

The chief guest Director Mrs. Roy wished all the children the best for their bright future and said that each child is a valuable resource. Pre-Primary teachers are the most important people who lay the foundation for the little ones and advised the parents to spend more time with their children and listen to them about their day to day activities.

The students on behalf of their respective classes showed their gratitude towards their teachers.

All the graduates were awarded with the graduation certificates from the Chief Guest. It was a proud moment for the parents and teachers to witness the children ready to move to the primary section. Students of LKG entertained the audience with a colorful group dance. Amritha Unnikrishnan performed a fusion dance for the audience. The ceremony came to an end with a vote of thanks by the students of UKG.

The Pre-Primary supervisor Julie Anthony concluded the program with a vote of thanks to the chief guest, parents and wished all the little graduates for their bright future.

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