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Jabriya Indian School celebrates K.G. Graduation Day
April 23, 2015, 1:36 pm

The tiny tots of J.I.S  celebrated graduation day on 16 April 2015, with great jubilation. The acting Principal, Mary Joseph delivered the welcome address. In her speech, she thanked the management for all the support and guidance. she  also thanked  the K .G staff members for their tireless effort taken, to train and guide the little ones with impeccable perfections .The eminent Chief Guest was Asha Sharma, the Principal of Learners’ Own Academy, Kuwait, who graced the occasion with her presence. The other dignitaries includes the school manager, D.K.Sharma , Vice-Principal, Anand Shah, teachers and parents.

The programme started with a welcome dance prepared by the little dancers ,all dressed in pretty red and white, from L.K.G . The honourable Chief Guest ,  Asha Sharma, Principal of learners own Academy, addressed the audience  with an inspirational speech. The highlight of the occasion were the various performances of the U.K.G students, reminding us that it’s a day that remains etched evergreen, where they graduate and are ready to climb to their next  level.

The dynamite song, Hey Macarena, Boogie Woogi and The Sun goes down ,were some of the power packed performances of the little smart ones of J.I.S. Their various action songs made all those who were present, feel that they have actually grown up and it’s the right time to say good-bye to Kindergarten. Their lovable gestures and movements combined with spectacular performances mesmerized and enthralled the audience .

The class Teachers of the various U.K.G  sections, really felt proud seeing the laudable performances and melodious voices singing out in happiness and Jubilation of their darlings. The students of the primary wing performed an Arabic action song cum  rhythmic dance. It was greeted by thunderous applause.

The programme came to an end at 5:15pm, with the proposal of vote of thanks by Shanvi Pravin from U.K.G. It was altogether an entertaining and a memorable event.

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