Pallavi Aware International School
The little students dressed up as different characters from the epic of God Krishna.
Students informed the audience about the significance of the day and how cameras and photography document memorable moments for a lifetime
Students of pre-primary and primary had dressed up for a fancy dress show, dressing up as the great leaders and heroes of Indian National.
Environmental safeguard specialist Nandini Choudhury informed the audience what we, as an individual, can do to prevent drastic climatic changes.
The event was organized to celebrate diversity and emphasize the importance of unity in diversity, especially in a multicultural country like India.
The event began with the singing of slokas, invoking Kali Ma and asking for her blessings.
students of Class VIII of Pallavi Aware International School organised a programme and paid tributes to William Denby Hanna oh his 111th birth anniversary.
The students went on to enlighten the audience about the significance of different soft skills and ways to improve them.
For students of classes, I to III, multiple rounds of Spelling Bee Competition was organised, giving a chance to the students to brush up their vocabulary.
On International Yoga Day, Pallavi Aware International School held a school-wide event in which students spoke on the importance of practicing yoga every day
A video was played showing the life story of Guru Arjan, his struggles, and his significance to the Indian martyrdom.
World Environment Day is observed on June 5 every year to remind people about the importance of nature.
Teachers and students shared their memories as well.
Muslims fast during Ramzan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar.
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