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Kindergarten Graduation celebrations at Bhavans
March 17, 2014, 9:40 am

Indian Educational School, Kuwait concluded its 7th Annual Day celebration which was a 4 day event held on March 10, 11,12 and 13 ,2014. It was a massive event in which the entire kindergarten wing of about 600 students adorned the stage.

The chief guests for the evenings were Mrs. Asha Sharma. Principal of Indian Learners Own Academy, Dr. Shobha Vadhadhi, Principal of Jabria Indian School, Mrs. Shanta Maria of Indian Central School and Mrs. Kalyani Mukherjee Principal of Kuwait Indian School respectively. The evenings were graced by Mr. N K Ramchandran Menon-Chairman Bhavans Group of Schools Middle East, Principal Mr.T. Premkumar, Principal of Jack and Jill Mangaf, Vice principal of senior wing Mrs Anitha Sadanand and Vice principal of Primary and Kindergarten wing Mrs. Lalitha Premkumar.

The kindergarten supervisor Mrs. Rajni Menon welcomed the huge gathering of expectant parents and the dignitaries to the function. She highlighted the principles of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and how the kindergarten wing of Bhavans, Kuwait strives to achieve it.

Vice Principal, Mrs. Lalitha Premkumar presented the KG-annual report. She listed all the activities conducted in the kindergarten for the kinesthetic and holistic development of kids which makes this temple of learning the first choice of a little beginner. She stressed on the importance of fun filled learning experiences including creative activities like collage, colouring, art, palm printing, vegetable printing  and also field trips for entertainment which are a part of the curriculum at  Bhavans.

The Principal of Jack and Jill Mangaf and the senior teachers of Kindergarten invited the honorable guests to share their views and encouraging words to make the evening a memorable one for the audience.

The chief guests who graced the occasion unanimously praised the performance of the bright and talented little students of the kindergarten. They were spell bound to watch the kids saying long speeches with utmost confidence and grace and showered their blessings upon them. Mrs. Asha Sharma, former principal of IES, and the chief guest on March 10, stressed on the importance of teachers in the development of students and she acknowledged the experience the of the Kindergarten section of IES in training the kids so well.
Dr. Shobha Vadhadhi and Mrs. Shanta Maria, the chief guests for March 11 and 12 respectively, spoke on the importance of parents and teachers working together for the betterment of the students.

Mrs. Kalyani Mukherjee, chief guest for 13th March eulogized the efforts taken by the kindergarten teachers in organizing and successfully presenting a programme of such magnitude.

The cultural events presented by the little ones were a real feast for the eyes. The basic theme for the evening was 'The Bounties of Nature' and how to protect it by recycling. The show began with a welcome dance performed by the students of LKG resplendent in their lovely and bright costumes.

Children enumerated the endless gifts of nature in a mind boggling skit. The highlight of the evening was the fantabulous fashion show - abounding in creativity. Tiny models draped in colourful costumes, made out of recycled waste materials such as CD, news papers, plastic bags, empty chips packets, balloons, bubble wraps, trash bags, walked the ramp and conquered the hearts of the audience with their astounding confidence.

The students of UKG attired in the graduation gowns received their graduation scrolls from the chief guests, the chairman and the principal. They bid farewell to all the teachers of Kindergarten and presented a lovely dance to thank the teachers who taught them for the past two years.

As the curtains were drawn, one could see the proud parents walk with their  heads held high with a smile that conveyed their happiness over the education the kids received at IES. The big show of the little ones will forever remain etched in the memories of the parents and teachers alike.​​

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