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Baby Show

Baby show is organised every year in the school wherein different age groups both internal and external children participate in it.

Annual Day

We celebrate the annual day every year with different activities & dance. This is the special for the children & as well as for their parents.

Diwali Celebration

Diwali fest is organised in the school wherein the different fun-filled activities & games are kept for the children as well as parents.

Grandparents Day

This day witnesses enthusiastic participation by all the Dada-Dadies & the Nana-Nanis. This celebration serves to inculcate family bonding & good family values in the children.

Holi Function

On Holi, children celebrate with colours, flowers and a lot of sweets. Also, educate children about water conservation.

Lohri

We celebrate Lohri on 13 January of every year with children in the traditional way by lighting bonfires in the yard, singing and dancing.

Raksha Bandhan

Children celebrate rakhi by participating in rakhi making competition with full enthusiasm and wearing traditional clothes.

Picnic

Picnic excites children the most. Phulwarian visits different places once a year and enjoys dance & activities and delicious food.

Republic Day

The celebration of Republic Day inspires children & they learn how the great sons of the motherland have fought to attain freedom and make India a sovereign state.

Sports Day

Sports Day is the most loved events of the year. Sport develops a sense of friendliness among the children and develops their team spirit.

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day encourages the spirit of love among the children also Phulwarians enthusiastically participate in different activities.

Christmas

Christmas doubles the happiness of the winter season. They love celebrating the Christmas because they eagerly wait for the gifts given by the Santa Clause.

Basant Panchami & Baisakhi

This auspicious day was celebrated by dressing up in yellow coloured attires, offering floral prayers and invoked the blessings of Maa Saraswati. Significance of Saraswati Pujan was also explained to them.