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ICSK junior conducts Satrarambh assembly
May 1, 2017, 3:24 pm
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During the second week of April, the students of Indian Community School Kuwait (ICSK) Junior commenced the new academic year 2017 – 2018 with a series of special assemblies aptly named, 'Satrarambh'.

The symbolic assembly began with the recitation of the verses from the Holy Quran followed by the school prayer and an apt thought for the day, ‘Every day is a new beginning and treat it that way. Stay away from what might have been, and look at what can be’, was aptly delivered. The traditional lamp lighting ceremony marked the auspicious occasion and it was graced by the Principal, Vice Principal , supervisors , class representatives, branch HOD s and the assembly in-charges .This was followed by a sombre all religion prayers recited along with the translation by the students.

This helped to create a calm and a reflective mood. There was an exemplary speech by a student titled new beginning, to welcome all present to the new academic year. Melodious group songs 'Ishwar Humko Do Vardan' and ‘hey maalik tere bande hum’ were sung along with positive thoughts and in earnest. A welcome dance ‘ Swagatham’ by the students of UKG A and B , all dressed in colorful costumes with each of them holding candles and singing together stole the show.

This was followed by an energetic dance by the students to create positive feelings of unity, peace and happiness. The Principal Sherly Dennis quoted, ‘well begun is half done’ and emphasized on the importance of having positive attitude towards life. She extended her best wishes to everybody for a stimulating and productive year and asked children to remain happy always. The students dispersed after the singing of the Indian National anthem and a patriotic Jai Hind Salute.

 

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