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Friday, August 26, 2016

JANMASHTAMI CELEBRATION (AUGUST 24,2016) WITTY WIRLD,BHILWARA


Govinda ala re ala

“Baal roop hai sabko bhata
Makhaan chor hai kehlaata
Aala aala Govinda aala”


      Janmashtami is the most celebrated festival all over India. It celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna.  On Wednesday, August 24, 2016 this auspicious occasion was celebrated at Witty World, Bhilwara.
Our little Wittians came adorably dressed as little Krishna's and Radha's. The auditorium rang out with shrills of laughter from the children.  Children presented a small programme comprising of rhymes, songs, dances and a Kalia Nag act. The kids learnt about the life of Lord Krishna by watching the tableau prepared by teachers. The little Krishna’s enthusiastically took part in breaking the pot. The movie based on Lord Krishna was shown to the kids. Prasad was distributed to the little ones.
   Children had a gala time celebrating Janmashtami.









Field Trip to "Tangent Furniture Showroom" by Nursery Section WIS, MALAD (2016-2017)


Field trips are not only loads of fun but they can also be very valuable learning experiences for the children. The theme of the month being, “MY HOME”, children of Nursery Section of Witty Kids were taken to a multi storey furniture showroom, ‘TANGENT’, on Friday, 26 August 2016. The purpose of the field trip was to get children to see the  different types of furniture used in different rooms of our houses, such as bed, chair, dining table and dressing table.

It was indeed a fun filled learning experience for our little ones!!






WITTY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, PAWAN BAUG PRIMARY SECTION INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION




WITTY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, PAWAN BAUG

PRIMARY SECTION

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION

Freedom in the Mind,

Faith in the words …

Pride in our souls …

Let’s salute the nation on this auspicious day.
Gaiety and patriotic fervour marked 70th Independence Day celebration at Witty International School, Pawan Baug on 12th August, 2016. Students of Primary Section organised a cultural programme which included beautiful dance performances, speeches and motivational songs as the highlights of the celebration. 

The programme began with the views on the significance of the day through a speech delivered by the Wittians. To keep alive the flame of patriotism, the students performed a spectacular patriotic welcome dance which enthralled the onlookers. Our honourable Principal Bijo Kurian welcomed the gathering and introduced the Guest of Honour for the day, ACP Suresh Shinde. Mr. Bijo Kurian addressed the students that patriotism is a national feeling which should be in the hearts of every citizen; not only on this day but everyday of your life. 

Through his words he conveyed the students to value our freedom and fulfil the duties as responsible citizens of India. He said, “Freedom is a gift, a privilege and a challenge. It does not consist in doing what one wants to do but doing what is expected to do.”

The Guest of Honour, ACP Suresh Shinde reiterated the values that students should develop to bloom as worthy citizens of India. He rightly said, “Our country which was under the foreign powers for centuries is now free and has a vision of becoming a super power because of the sacrifices of the martyrs and the army.” He also called the youth as the wealth and the hope of the nation who will lead the country and make it a great nation of the world. 

Students had an interactive session with him as he answered their questions and quenched their curiosity about his achievements and struggles. This inspirational session was followed by Fashion Show presented by the students of Grade 1 which paid tribute to the patriots and martyrs who laid down their lives in the freedom struggle.

Students' choir presented a melodious patriotic song on this occasion with enthusiasm and zeal. The skits depicted the struggle of the freedom fighters like Gandhiji and Nehruji’s role in attaining freedom for our country. They were seamless performances and the message of Independence went out loud and clear.
Dance performances depicted the unity in diversity of the country.  Wittians were well prepared and carried themselves well on stage. The programme concluded with the Vote of Thanks and National Anthem. Indeed, it was a day of joy, a day to love and respect our country and make it a better place for Indians to live and experience the freedom, peace and unity in diversity.

Jai Hind
































 

Janmashtami celebrated at WIS,Bhilwara (Pre Primary, 24.08.16)



The sparkling stars of WIS Bhilwara from PG to Sr.KG celebrated Janmashtami on Wednesday, August 24,2016 with great zeal. The kids came in traditional clothes. The toddlers sang and danced on Lord Krishna songs. They also did the worksheet of Lord Krishna. Through this celebration, tiny tots learnt that Janmashtami is the birthday of lord Krishna.
Mathura ki khushbu, Gokul ka haar
Vrindavan ki sugandh,Brij ki fuhar
Radha ki ummeed or Kanhaiya ka pyar

Mubarak ho aapko Janmashtami ka tyohar.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Janmashtami Celebration by Pre-primary section at WIS, Malad (2016-2017)


Children at Witty Kids celebrated the festival of Janmashtami on Wednesday, 24 August 2016.Adorable little Radhas and Krishnas weaved their innocent magic, as they whole heartedly participated in the celebrations of the day. Wittians were shown a skit and a short AV on Janmashtami and were told about the Dahi Handi, and its significance.

The mood at Witty Kids was definitely a joyous and festive one,  and the children enjoyed themselves!!




Janmashtami Celebration by Pre-primary section at Witty World,Bangur Nagar


Lord Krishna!!
Reservoir of all beauty,
Blue body like newly risen cloud,
Head adorned with a peacock feather,
Eyes like blooming lotus petals,
Sound of flute charms the entire creation,
Garments are like brilliant lightening,
Beauty that charms millions of cupids.

Janmashtami is an auspicious day. Someone special was born on this day; born to fight against inhumanity; born to re-create love in this world. Janmashtami is a festival celebrated as Lord Krishna’s birth.

Little Wittians at Witty World celebrated the festival of Janmashtami on 24th August, 2016, Wednesday. Little charming Krishnas and pretty Radhas made the  atmosphere at Witty World festive !  The auditorium was beautifully decorated with colourful flutes and matkis. To add to the excitement, a skit on Lord Krishna was presented  by the trainees of Witty Institute of Teacher Training. Kids enjoyed the performance tremendously .As a recap children added their creativity to the worksheet on Lord Krishna . It was an enjoyable day and  all the children  were on  top of the world!












 

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