Gurupurab the birthday of Guru Nanak Dev Ji was celebrated in school. A short story on Guru Nanak Ji was narrated to the little ones with emphasis on his teachings i.e. praying every day, sharing with everyone and doing good deeds.
The little ones sitting on the ground cross legged with their hands joined and heads covered added to the symbolic serenity of the celebration. The children relished the parantha and matar paneer served at breakfast. Delicious Kadha Prasad was distributed after the prayers.
Children’s Day, the birth anniversary of Chacha Nehru was celebrated amidst fun, frolic laughter and gaiety. The little ones dressed in shades of red looked adorable and the school decorated with balloons and buntings added to the excitement.
It was a treat to watch the exuberant tiny tots running the “Fun Races” and playing fun games of which the all-time favourite “Musical Chairs” was enjoyed the most.
The children were over joyed with the tattoos made on their hands and their goodies bags which they took home.
Our joyous “Festival of Lights” Deepawali was celebrated with gaiety and excitement. The sparkling diyas, colourful torans and glittering rangolis added charm and radiance to the school. In keeping with the festivities, the little ones came dressed in ethnic wear. The foot tapping and exuberant dance by our adorable tiny tots to invoke the blessings of “Lord Ganesha “and “Maa Laxmi” was the highlight of the celebrations.
In keeping with the festivities of Diwali, Indian values and tradition, Grannies and Mommies were invited to participate in the "Toran Making", "Rangoli Making" and "Diya Decoration" competitions. The exuberant Grannies and Mommies brought forth their innate talent and created colourful and sparkling torans, rangolis and diyas showcasing their innovation and creativity.
The well-choreographed dance put up by the little ones to invoke the blessings of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi mesmerized one and all.
Director Education Mrs S.L. Gupta appreciated the creativity of the participants with prizes.
Dussehra, the festival that marks the-“Victory of Good over Evil” was celebrated with zeal and exuberance.
Keeping the festive spirit alive, the little ones put up a brilliant performance of the “Ram Leela”. The varied characters of “Ramayan” were effortlessly brought to life by the tiny tots looking splendid in their vibrant and colorful attire.
The highlight of the celebration was the “Ravana Masks” made by the children at school, which they took home with great excitement.
“Teachers’ Day” – the birthday of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan was celebrated at school with great fervour.
The exuberant mothers of the students adorned the role of teachers and through a bonanza of activities and games kept the little ones fruitfully engaged the entire day.
The excitement in the air was for all to see and the tiny tots thoroughly enjoyed the day, packed with fun, frolic and gaiety.
The goodies distributed by the mommies added to the excitement.
The celebrations culminated with high tea of the mothers with the H.M and Director Mrs .S.L.Gupta.
Janmashtmi the pious festival that signifies the birth of Lord Krishna was celebrated with enthusiasm.Looking adorable dressed as Radha and Kanaha the little ones added the traditional touch to the festivities.The cute Radha -Krishna pairs danced gracefully to the tune of "Chhoti Chotti gaiyan---"Bal Gopal seated in his beautifully decorated palna fascinated the children adding joy to the occasions.
Prasad was distributed to one and all and the tiny tots took home the beautifully decorated Peacock feather headbands,matkis and flutes made by them at school.
Raksha Bandhan the festival that symbolizes the bond of love between brother and sister was celebrated in school. The tiny tots looked adorable dressed in ethnic wear. The significance of the festival was explained to the children.
The highlight of the celebration was the "Rakhi Making Competition" in which the little ones participated with exuberance. The girls tied rakhis prepared by them in school on the wrist of the boys.
The 'mithai' given by the sisters to their brothers and the chocolates given in return by the brothers added excitement and gaiety to the occasion.
The little ones were taken for an excursion to the Botanical Gardens on Thursday 15th March 2018. The sprawling gardens and the vast array of flowers of various colours, shapes and sizes, was a visual treat for all.
The thrill of the tiny tots on touching and feeling with their hands the flowers in full bloom was endearing.
The children had a wonderful day and the metro passing overhead added to the excitement.
Holi – the festival of colours was celebrated with fun, frolic and gaiety. Its significance – the victory of good over evil was told to the little ones through the narration of the story of Prahlad and Holika. The children were thrilled showering each other with flower petals and danced to the music happily.
Puri aloo and crisp jalebis served at breakfast were relished by all.
The Annual Concert commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the chairman -The Khaitan School, Mr Gangesh Khaitan, Director - Mr Vedant Khaitan, Mrs Deepika Khaitan and Director Education -Mrs. S.L.Gupta.
It was followed by the melodious rendition of the Gayatri Mantra and English Prayer by the little ones to invoke the blessings of the Almighty. Looking resplendent in their vibrant costumes our budding artists conveyed to all, through the brilliantly choreographed concert, The Pied Piper of Haemelin that " Promises made are meant to be kept"
The energetic and enthralling rhythm of dance by the tiny tots mesmerized the audience. The dialogues delivered confidently by the children with proper diction and pronunciation impressed one and all and left everyone present spellbound.
Khaitan Pre-School celebrated our National festival Republic Day on 29th January. To instill within the little ones the spirit of patriotism the morning assembly began with the children saluting our National Flag and singing ‘Look at the Flag’.
The children dressed as soldiers were a treat to see. The celebration culminated with the National Anthem. Tri-Color Bread Pakoras and Gajar Halwa served for breakfast was relished by all.
The children were thrilled to take home Tri-Color artefacts made by them in the school.