K.R.Mangalam world school A-1 Block Paschim vihar celebrated its ‘Graduation Day’ for the KG students on 6 march 2012 at KRM Vikas Puri branch K.G. class parents attended the programme and were proud to see their tiny tots graduate from Pre-primary to primary level. It was a highly appreciated and sucessful event.
Assembly Class-ID,IB- 29 February’2012
The students of I-B and I-D ,K.R Mangalam ,Paschim Vihar branch presented their special assembly on the topic, time, THINK FOR A SECOND on 29 February’2012.The assembly focussed on the value of one millisecond and its uses in our lives. “Anybody who realizes the worth of every second in their life, will succeed, those who don’t will end up wasting their time and life.”The assembly started with an introduction which emphasized on the value of time, followed by a skit representing its importance in everybody’s life.
The assembly was appreciated by Principal ma’am, who was the honored guest for the day, parents and teachers, as the children made the assembly a success by their enthusiastic and exuberant performance on stage.
The students of KG Jupiter, K.R. Mangalam, Paschim Vihar branch presented their special assembly on Eid-e-Milad on 15th February’2012.The assembly was presented on an important Muslim festival Eid-e-Milad.On this day Prophet Muhammad was born. Believers gather to recite special prayers for thanksgiving to Allah for his favours and sending Prophet Muhammed to the world. People attend lectures and recitations on the Life and Instructions of the Holy Prophet. Poetry are recited after
prayers and sweets are distributed amongst the poor.The assembly was appreciated by parents and teachers.The main focus being the children as they made the assembly a success by their brilliant and confident performance on stage.
The students of KG Uranus, K.R. Mangalam World School, Paschim Vihar presented their special assembly on Holi. Holi is one of the most important and oldest Hindu festivals. Holi is also called the spring festival as it marks the arrival of the season of hope and joy. Holi has various legends associated with it. The festival of Holi actually starts the night before with a bonfire. Fire is meant to signify the destruction of evil – the burning of the Holika.
The call of Holi is to always keep ablaze the light of God-love shining in your heart. The assembly was appreciated by teachers as well as parents. It was fun to be a part of the assembly. It was a huge success due to hard work and efforts put in by our dear children.