Frank Anthony Public School, Lajpat Nagar celebrated its 53rd founders day. The chairman of the school Neil O'brian presided over as the chief guest. The school choir sang a welcome song and presented a bouquet to the chief guest. Principal S D'Costa welcomed the chief guest, the parents, teachers and the students and spoke about the founder, Frank Anthony and the development of the school in 53 years.
The chief guest presented badges to the new prefects, scholarships and special awards to the meritorious students, as well as prizes to students for academics, sports and extracurricular activities. Neil O'brian praised the teachers for their hard work and dedication in bringing out the best in each child and taking the name of Frank Anthony Public School to such a great height. The programme ended with the vote of thanks given by the vice principal T.H. Calvert and the national anthem.
Delhi Public School, Sector -45, Gurgaon hosted an inter-house quiz competition in collaboration with HT - PACE for the students of the junior wing. The event was organised to bring out various facets of the students' personality and give them an opportunity and a platform to prove their mettle. The quizmaster Ajay Govind engaged the participants in fun filled rounds with brainstorming questions.
The occasion was graced by the principal Aditi Misra. It was a proud moment for the participants as the principal announced the result and lauded the students' for their enthusiastic participation. The brain game concluded with the vote of thanks proposed by the junior school headmistress, Guneet Ohri.
Sumermal Jain Public School, Janakpuri organised a grandparents' day under the supervision of Headmistress, Rachna Mahajan. The children with their grandparents participated with great enthusiasm. The school chairman, K.L.Jain spoke on the importance of the role of grandparents in the present day family systems. The programme was followed by co-curricular competitions among the grandparents.
This cultural event reinvigorated an affectionate bond of togetherness between the school and the families of the children.
Pragati Public School, Dwarka organised an Indo-French meet for the students. It was an initiative of 'MILNA', an Indo-French non-profit organisation. The students got an opportunity to broaden their awareness of French language, culture and cuisine through videos, activities and games. The French teacher, Shamma Seth proposed the vote of thanks. Principal Geeta Kapur expressed her appreciation to the visiting representatives and also presented the school memento to them.