Ritanjali Hastir, Associate Editor, 11 October, 2018, Shimla
My children are the reason I laugh, smile and want to get up every morning is the statement that every parent can easily relate to particularly on special days like the Graduation Day of their Kindergarten kid. An as put rightly by the School Principal Ravine Singh, “Life is not only about learning to read and write, these are important but not as important as love, care, friendship and fun”. Tiny tots of Euro Kids New Shimla celebrated their Graduation Day at the historic Gaiety Theatre. The day started by welcoming of the chief guest along with other special guests. Principal Singh welcomed each one present to encourage and support their child.
During the occasion Sarabjeet Singh Bobby was present as the Chief Guest who not only appreciated the hard work of children and teachers but also appreciated the parents who have been there for their children. He insisted on parents to be there for their child always and help them become a good citizen. He further insisted that parents should inculcate the habit of sharing in children so that in future they know how to lend a helping hand to the needy without being judgemental.
Little ones presented a Guru Vandana to seek blessing for making their day special. Little ones paid tribute to their mothers by opening their hearts out while dancing to the song Pyaari Maa which was followed by Dilbara, a cute Kashmiri dance by all.
They then transported everyone to the dreamland as they danced their way on the song Choona Hai Asmaan. Everyone was made to grove to the song Everybody Dance. A presentation on cute basic Taekwondo steps showcased the significance of self defence and self-reliance.
As for the grand finale item Euro Kids Super Moms presented a peppy Punjabi dance thereby celebrating the Graduation Day of their little ones. (CLICK TO SEE ALL VIDEOS)
Children were awarded certificates of merit. Like it is said at the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of parents and hence the day ended on a happy note with the National Anthem.