ST. KABIR SCHOOL, NARANPURA CELEBRATES CHILDREN’S DAY IN UNIQUE MANNER

The students of St. Kabir School, Naranpura celebrated Children’s Day with a difference. The school had arranged a session for the students by professionals who addressed them on issues related to adolescence and emotional health. They were guided how to deal with overwhelming emotions in order to maintain their mental health and peace of mind. The students discussed their problems with these professionals at length on one to one basis and got help in finding solutions for the same. Later, in the school assembly, the students were entertained by the teachers who had planned exquisite and hilarious fun games for them. The excitement of the students was unparalleled at this occasion. To top it all, they enjoyed food sharing in the classrooms wherein each one of them including the teachers had brought from home one ingredient each to make delicious ‘Bhelpuri’. The students along with their teachers savoured the Bhelpuri.

It did not stop here!

The students under the Swachhagrah project, performed street plays on themes of Tobacco & Tobacco Spittle, Cleanliness, Save Energy & Electricity. They performed these plays in the neighbourhood, in the school assembly hall especially for the school vanwallas, Vastrapur Garden and the nearby posh mall in Vastrapur.

In close association with TATA POWER CLUB ENERJI they also conducted a rally on the themes of Save Energy and Cleanliness around Vastrapur Garden. They also performed the plays on the themes of tobacco chewing and food wastage at Gulmohar Mall located on the Satellite Road. An elderly gentleman and cancer survivor, Mr. Rajendra Patel also joined the students’ voice and educated the gathering about the deadly effects of chewing tobacco.

On the occasion of Children’s Day the students appealed to the adults to maintain clean and green surroundings and handover them to the next generation as they had received from their ancestors. They also sensitized the people to go solar in order to save the natural resources so that they could be left for the coming generations.

And the demand of these children is justified indeed!

The huge gathering at all these places applauded the students’ efforts greatly! The evening ended with the call from the future generation to the present generation to develop sustainably. 

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