Children's Day 2023
Every year, one of the most anticipated occasions at NPSI is Children's Day. It was a day without bags for first through eighth graders.
In India, November 14 is observed annually as Children's Day, or Bal Diwas. Celebrated on this particular day in 1889, it honours the affection of children that Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, the country's first Prime Minister, had for them.
The enjoyment of the kids was the key goal of the day. Kids were welcomed into the school with Cheerful wishes. They gathered up to the auditorium for the programme under guidance of their teachers. A variety of activities were planned for the kids. Children cheered with excitement during dances choreographed to popular songs. They were enthralled with musical performances, and they laughed heartily at a skit. The kids had a great time guessing songs in a fun quiz.
There was more in class than only the variety of on-stage entertainment; there were learning. and recreational activities, relaxation time, and entertaining videos. There were other events throughout the day to celebrate, including sports, music, dance, and art.
The day was meticulously planned to guarantee that kids relished every second and would remember their delight for years to come.
‘Our children are the rock on which our future will be built, our greatest assets as a nation.’