Toddlers’ World of JK Public School Kunjwani organises ‘Educational Fest’
STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Science gives students opportunities to learn new things in an innovative way. Pre-school children are inquisitive and open minded and science is a perfect trait for budding young minds. With this thought Toddlers’ World organised ‘Educational Fest’ on Friday. Children came dressed up in colourful costumes and spoke about the role they depicted. Some interesting topics like Photosynthesis, properties of water, functions of teeth, healthy habits, honey formation, etc were explained by the students in an interesting way with the help of hand-on activities. The little stars from Pre- Nursery and Nursery filled the day with more charm and amazed everyone with their mind boggling and refreshing dance performances. The decoration and the presentation was breathtaking. The effort and hard work of students and the staff was highly appreciated by the Chief Guest Dr. Syed Sehrish Asgar (Director Information and Public Relation Department), Raj Daluja (Chairperson JKPS), Shashi Choudhary (Director JKPS), Vandana Sharma (Principal JKPS) and Suman Banbah (Principal JKPS Panjtirthi). Terming education as a potent tool for overall personality development of students, Director Information and Public Relations (DIPR), Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar hailed the role of private educational institutions in promoting the educational standards in J&K. “Education is not mere getting degrees but it must focus on imbibing in ourselves high ethos and principles so that we become responsible citizens”, Dr Sehrish said while addressing the tiny tots of Toddlers’ World. The Director Information appreciated the faculty and school management for shaping the little angels into a disciplined and well-mannered humans. She emphasised on encouraging extracurricular activities among the kids besides enthusing them for excellence in academics. Dr Sehrish termed the presentation of cultural performances by the children as extraordinary and stressed on the need for further updating their talent in the field. What made the fest a great learning experience was the fact that it involved so much more than science. It was an opportunity to enhance their presentation skills when they displayed their talents in front of audience in a confident way. Shivangani Pandotra (Co-ordinator Toddlers’ World) expressed her thought saying that the purpose of conducting this educational fest was not only to blend learning with fun but also to develop confidence in the students by giving them an opportunity to shed stage fear and speak with confidence in front of the audience. On the whole, the ‘Educationla Fest’ at pre-school level was lot of fun and everybody was truly mesmerised by Toddlers’ performances.
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