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Teachers comes ‘Virappan’,‘Mastani’, ‘Mehmood’,‘Sridevi’, School Student’s attire in Retro Theme and Fashion Show round Campion School Teachers Performed for Students on Children’s Day Celebration Children’s Day Celebrates with Fun & Frolic at Campion
Like Every year this year also, teachers of Primary and Secondary Sections of Campion School have organized various cultural programme include dance, skits and a fashion show for the day, with teachers managing it all. Making this day a special treat, management, teachers and staff of Campion School, Bhopal celebrates Children’s day today with full zeal, Fun, Frolic and enthusiasm in “Loyola Auditorium” of the School Premises. Putting their school uniforms aside for a day, the children came dressed in colourful attires. The Pre-Primary children arrived at school, dressed in colourful clothes and were full of excitement during the special programmes organised for them. The gracious presence of distinguished personalities always inspires the students to even greater heights of achievement. The programme began with Lighting of the lamp & garlanded on the photo of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru by the Chief guest and Principal Fr. Dr. Athnas Lakra S.J., along with Vice Principal Fr. Ajay kumar Kerketta S.J., Fr. Ashok Kujur S.J., Headmistress Sr. Pramila A.C., Sr. Crecentiya, Sr. Chitra, Senior most teacher Mrs. Lethika Laxmanan, Senior teacher Mr. Mahendra Kothari Sir, Mrs. Neetu Dongre, Mrs. Rubina Ali and students. Thereafter Celebrations began with a prayer service conducted by Primary teachers. A Hindi Comedy Skit presented by secondary section named “Sakshaatkaar” makes the students laughed. Another Hindi comedy Skit by Primary “Hai Re Mobile!!” makes the children’s so much laughed, documentary film on Good touch bad touch, Various dances on Film Songs by male and female teachers of Primary Section make the atmosphere so warm.  Special programmes of two Dances and Songs performed by the Slum students of the Slum areas take care by the Samman NGO who was invited guests on the occasion of Children’s day. Programmes included informative play, enactment and songs. Dressed like Nehru, students of Campion school celebrated the occasion.
Posted on: 18/11/2017