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IES marks new academic session
April 4, 2018, 2:27 pm

On 2 April, Indian Educational School (IES), Bhavans, Kuwait, started off the new academic session 2018- 2019 with the theme happiness, and the motto “Be a child, be happy”.  The enthusiastic pedagogues of the IES family took the initiative to ornately decorate the school premises and the corridors that reverberated the theme ‘happiness’. The Principal Mr. T. Premkumar, Vice Principals Suresh V Balakrishnan, Lalitha Premkumar and Meenakshi Nayyar and the heads of the departments extended an enticing and generous welcome to the children, at the entrance which was made colourful with bright balloons.  Raghuveer, the first student who entered the school premises in the new uniform received special plaudits from the Principal.

The class teachers welcomed the students with warm smiles, cheerful faces and sweet candies to sweeten their delight on the day back to school.  Children enjoyed the warmth of the pleasantries, the informal interactions, the performances, the music and the sweets. Students flocked to the open canvas put up at various corners of the floors.

The canvas was filled with exceptional drawings and prodding quotes when the vistas of their imagination opened wide and free. Special assemblies arranged for the students in the school auditorium made them feel special when the hall resonated with melodious music, dazzling dance performances, and fun-filled games. The smiles on the faces of both the students and the teachers showed hope for the new academic session. Bhavanites will undoubtedly usher in happiness to the Bhavans fraternity as they gallop in the relentless pursuit of knowledge. Having left an indelible mark in the hearts of their aspiring scholars on the very first day, the teaching fraternity of Bhavans relished a sense of contentment.

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