New No. 2, PADMANABHA NAGAR,
ADYAR, CHENNAI – 600 020
The Junior School Day was held on the 28th of August 2012. The programme began with an Invocation by the Kids Choir who sang, “God whose name is love”. The Headmistress, Mrs. Shyamala Christopher then welcomed the gathering to an evening of song and dance.
The students of L.K.G took us to the jungles of Africa where we met Tarzan and Jane as they presented, “Jungle Rhythm”. The children from U.K.G. with their programme, ‘Dolls come to life’, took the stage next. They told the story of a beautiful princess who received so many presents for her birthday from her friends, but what excited her most was when her dolls came to life as a special surprise.
Class 1, who went up next, danced their way through with ‘Let’s celebrate’, celebrating Sishya’s 40 years of existence. After a brief interval, the Junior Choir took the stage and sung the hymn, ‘Come thou fount of every blessing’. Life is all about shapes, sizes and colours and Class 2 presented ‘Geometry of Life’ where the children took us through the four seasons- spring, summer, monsoon, winter and also showcased the life cycle of a butterfly.
Class 5 presented ‘Alice in Oz’ a musical adaptation of a play where Alice from Wonderland is lost and is mistaken for Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz. The students of Class 3 with their programme “Dancing delirium” torched the dance floor as they took us down memory lane to the black and white era, the Vedic era, the modern era and also the future era.
The evening’s programme concluded with the Class 4 students rendering through dance, ‘Mile sur mera tumhara’. This song comes in 14 languages and promotes national integration, unity and diversity. It instills a sense of pride and promotes unity amongst Indians highlighting the different linguistic communities and societies that live in India. With songs and dances and superb action, the evening came to an end with a flourish.
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