THE 14thOPEN DAY CELEBRATIONS OF THE PRE-PRIMARY WING OF DPS, DURG
The 14th Open Day Celebrations of the Pre-Primary Wing for classes Pre-Nursery, Nursery and Prep of Delhi Public School, Durg was conducted in the Multi-Purpose Hall of the school on 9th March 2017 at 10:00 a.m. in the M.P. Hall in an atmosphere of jubilation and joy. The Chief Guest for the programme was Hon’ble Shri H.S. Batra, Member, Managing Committee, DPS Durg.
The celebration commenced with the lighting of the lamp to the accompaniment of an invocation. The Principal, Shri Jaya Prakash extended a warm welcome to the distinguished gathering. The entire programme revolved around the theme – ‘Childhood – The Best Season of Life’. The cultural programme began with a Welcome Song by students of Prep E. This was followed by the theme song ‘Yeh Din Bachpan Ke’ where children expressed their happiness through their rhythmic presentation. The tiny tots of Pre-Nursery A and B mesmerized the gathering with their wonderful dance ‘Dazzling Butterflies’ with the maxim – ‘Each Child is Different’. Classes Prep C and D added humour to the programme with a Hindi Play ‘Chuhiya Ki Shaadi’ . Students of classes Nursery A and B reflected their happiness in outdoor activities in their presentation ‘Limbo Rock’. The students of Prep B portrayed their love for stories and fables which teach them valuable lessons in their dance ‘Folk Tales from Kerala’. The students of Prep A enthralled the audience with their dance with the message that the children are storehouse of infinite energy with the capacity of taking their dreams to the distant corners of the unknown.
The Chief Guest Shri. H.S. Batra appreciated the programme put up by the students and the hard work done by the teachers with these students to present such an excellent programme. The Cultural programme was compered well by the Vice Head Girl- Srijani Banerjee, Vice Head Boy-Vatsal Tripathi, Cultural Prefect–Puneet Gehani, Anshika Sharma and Sports Prefect- Fauziya Naaz.
The second half of the Open Day Celebrations was for class I students held at 3:00 p.m. in the M.P. Hall. The Hon’ble Chief Guest for the post lunch session was Dr. Anupama Asthana Professor and HOD (Chemistry),Govt. Science College, Durg.
The theme of the post lunch programme was ‘The Whole World is One Family”. The cultural programme began with a Welcome Dance by the students of class I C.This was followed by the Western Dance which symbolisesd the importance of guidance by parents,teachers and elders in a child’s life. The students of class I G dramatised a moral based English play ‘Pinocchio’ giving the message we should always speak the truth. The students of class I E and I F expressed their unity and brotherhood in theirFolk Glimpse from Punjab and Gujarat. The theme based song ‘Hello to the Children of the World’ was sung by students class I A which manifested the feeling of ‘The Whole World is One Family’. The students of class I B enthralled the audience with their colourful Holi Dance which spread the message of Joy and Harmony.
The cultural programme was compered by the Head Girl – Aarna Premi, Head Boy – Shreyansh, Cultural Secretary- Tejas Dandi, Prisha Jain, Sports Secretary – Shrehth Shrivastava and Maairah Kathuria.
The Annual Report of activities of the Pre Primary Wing was presented by the Head Mistress, Pre-Primary Wing, Ms. Anjana Jha. The meritorious students of the Pre-Primary Wing were awarded in the Prize Distribution Ceremony.
The Chief Guest Dr. Anupama Asthana in her address thanked the school for inviting her to be a part of the Open Day programme. She said that the little ones must be given healthy environment in which education plays a very important role and DPS Durg is one of them. She also said that the students are very energetic and their potentials must be given right direction. She also requested the parents not to pressurize the children and let them grow in their own way.
The programme moved towards its finale with the Vote of Thanks proposed by Mrs. Jayshree Iyer, Co-ordinator (PPW) and the function ended with the National Anthem.