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.
In keeping with the ongoing festivities at school, grandfathers and dads of our little ones were invited to participate in the New Year Card making and Gift Wrapping competitions to usher in the New Year with love, happiness and gratitude.
The overwhelming response showcased the innate desire of the grandfathers and dads to put forth their creativity and their presence added to the goodwill, warmth and cheer of Christmas.
Christmas ,the beautiful and pious festival that marks the birth of Lord Jesus Christ was celebrated with fun , frolic and gaiety.
The school was decorated magnificently and the tiny tots dressed as Santas, Fairies and Stars spread the festive cheer all around. The presence of the parents and grandparents who played games and danced to the music added merriment to the festivities.
The highlight of the celebrations was the spectacular Christmas cakes, lollies and cookies.
A picnic was organised for the little ones at Meghdoot Park, Sector 50, Noida. The children were thrilled running around in the huge park and the bright, sunny day added to the cheer.
The wide array of games conducted by the teachers were thoroughly enjoyed by the tiny tots. Their sparkling eyes and laughter was indeed an endearing sight. After playing to their heart’s content the little ones relished the yummy snacks.
It was indeed a wonderful and exciting day for one and all.
“Children’s Day”, the birthday of Chacha Nehru was celebrated with fun, frolic, laughter, and gaiety. The little ones came dressed in “red” and were thrilled to see their school decorated with balloons. The Fun Races were the highlight of the celebrations and the children were full of excitement and exuberance, running these races.
The Indoor games and Tattoos added to the excitement and the tiny tots were overjoyed with their candy pouches, which they took home.
Gurupurab the birthday of Guru Nanak Devji was celebrated in school. A short story on Guru Nanakji was narrated to the little ones with an emphasis on his teachings i.e. – doing good deeds, praying every day and sharing with everyone.
Parantha, dal makhani and kada Prasad was served as langar. The tiny tots sitting on the ground on mats, cross-legged with their hands joined and heads covered added to the symbolic serenity of the Gurupurab Celebration.
The visit to the Gurudwara was the highlight of the Celebration.
Deepawali, the joyous “Festival of Lights” was celebrated with fervor and excitement. The school decorated with sparkling diyas, glittering lanterns and colourful Rangolis wore a festive look. The children looked adorable dressed in bright colourful ethnic wear. In keeping with the festivities, a short skit on “Ram Leela” was put up by the children. The foot tapping and exuberant dance performed by the little ones to invoke the blessings of “Lord Ganesha” and “Maa Laxmi” was the highlight of the celebrations. The children were excited to take home the diyas, painted and decorated by them at school.
To enable the little ones relate to the festivities of Diwali and imbibe values of Indian Tradition, Grandmothers and Mothers were invited to participate in the “Fireless Cooking” and “Rangoli Making Competition”
The nutritious and scrumptious snacks and beautifully created, colourful rangolis showcased the innovation and creativity of the exuberant Grannys and Mommies. The children performed a short skit on “Ramleela” and the well choreographed exuberant dance by the little ones, invoking the blessings of “Lord Ganesha” mesmerized one and all and had the audience clapping to the beats.
Dussehra, the festival that marks the “ Victory of Good over Evil “ was celebrated with enthusiasm. The significance of the festival was reinforced through the “ Ram Leela” performed brilliantly by the little ones. Dressed in their bright and colorful ethnic wear the tiny tots effortlessly brought to life the varied characters of “Ramayana”.
The children were thrilled to take home the masks of “ Raavan” made by them at school.
“Independence Day”- Our National Festival was celebrated with zeal and fervor. The school decorated with tri colour balloons and kites wore a festive look.
To instill the spirit of patriotism in our little ones the Special Assembly commenced with the unfurling of the National Flag by our Director, Mrs. S.L.Gupta . This was followed by the song – “Look at the Flag and the “National Anthem”.
The students presented an overwhelming rendition of the song “Nanha, munha rahi hoon…..”.
Yummy tri colour bread pakoras and delicious phirni served at breakfast added to the delight.
The children were thrilled to take home “Tri Colour” head bands prepared by them at school.
Janmashtmi, the festival that signifies the birth of “Lord Krishna” was celebrated with zeal and gaiety. The tiny tots dressed as “Radha” and “Kanha” looked adorable in their ethnic attire. “Bal Gopal” in his beautifully decorated palna was a visual treat.
The well choreographed dance in the Special Assembly by the children on the melodious tune of “Koi Kahe Chit Chor” was appreciated by everyone.
The’ Dahi Handi’ which the little Krishnas tried to break made them relate to the
mischievous and lovable nature of ‘Krishna’. The celebrations culminated with the distribution of prasad which was relished by one and all.
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 sweets given by the boys to the girls added excitement and joy to the event.