Children’s Day celebration

Children are like buds in a garden and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured, as they are the future of our nation and the citizens of tomorrow.”

-Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru


We, at Don Bosco High School and Junior College, celebrated Children’s Day to commemorate the birthday of our first Prime Minister and the legendary freedom fighter,  Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, popularly known as ‘Chacha Nehru’ 

A day marking childhood- Children’s day celebrations focus on children and their enjoyment. The occasion is celebrated at school every year with grand splendor and fiesta. 

The day began with a Special Assembly that comprised of a prayer service being recorded for the students. Through the prayer service, the management and the teachers prayed for the well-being and goodness of the students entrusted to their care. 

Fr Flovi, through his speech, thanked the students for being an integral part of the lives of the teachers. He emphasised on the importance of values in their lives and urged them to thank the Almighty for all the blessings they have received. As they thank God, he also asked them to empathize with the lesser fortunate ones and pray for their well being. 

The prayer service was followed by an endearing presentation being presented by the teachers. 

It was indeed very nice to see some of the teachers groove to popular numbers while the others crooned and entertained the students with some songs. The students enjoyed the performances thoroughly. 

It was a fun-filled day for them as the students of std 7, 8, 9 and 10th sweated it out on the grounds playing cricket and football, basketball and hockey. 

The smaller kids of the 5th and 6th had some indoor telegames and housie being organised for them. They also had a movie time slotted for them. The entire campus was buzzing with excitement and joy as it was a day wherein fun and frolic dominated. There was excitement in the air and the little ones left the school with a bag full of stories about their special day at school. The celebrations came to an end with the distribution of snack packets and juice in the classes as a small token of love and affection by the school.

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