Every child is a gift of nature, give them their today, give them time to play, and make way for their future.
Delhi Public School, Pune celebrated Children's Day with great pomp and show by organizing various cultural and sports activities to mark the birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister of India, Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru. His admirable ideology and love for children is the reason for marking his birth anniversary as Children’s Day.
Delhi Public School, Pune was brimming with zest and zeal. The teachers received the children by showering flowers and applying the ‘tikka’. The day commenced with the basketball and football competition that was held between the school teams. The highlight of the sports was the basketball match between the teachers and the girls’ team. The special assembly began with the prayer song which created an aura of tranquillity and peace. This was followed by self-composed humorous Hindi poetry recitation. Yet another delight of the day was the play titled “Refund” which reiterated the fact that every child is unique and no one is a failure. The students took away a great message from the play which not only made them have a strong belief in their calibre but also motivated them to reach the zenith of success. The students applauded and appreciated the dramatic skills of their teachers. The breath-taking dance performance by the teachers enchanted everyone. The vigour and the energy the teachers exhibited was a thing of exquisiteness and praise. The food fest was yet another delight for the children as they could share and enjoy the feast with their teachers.
It was a time full of laughter, fun and excitement for all. The Principal, Mrs. Neelam Chakrabarty, greeted the children and enlightened them with her invigorating words. She told both the teachers and the students to put in their hundred percent to bring out the best in them. She also emphasized how today’s youth is the future of tomorrow. Every moment of the day was absolutely reveled and enjoyed by the students and it was an exceptionally memorable day to be cherished till posterity.