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EVENTS AND FUNCTIONS

Colors Day celebrations

We are blessed to be living in the era where people have understood the power of colors and their affect on human life. Colors have been used for healing purpose since ages. They play a major role in setting up our mood, emotions, feelings and state of mind. To make the tiny tots aware of the significance of colors, we celebrate colors day in the pre-primary wing.

Red Color Day

Red Color Day was celebrated on Friday, the 13th July 2018 by the pre-primary students. Red is the color of fire and blood, so it is associated with energy, war, danger, strength, power, determination as well as passion, desire, and love. Red is a very emotionally intense color.
All the students were dressed in red color. They sang songs, rhymes and poems representing the things in red color. Children also brought various items like apples, flowers, toys in red color to showcase their knowledge about the colors.

Blue color Day was celebrated on Tuesday, the 21st August 2018.

Blue is the color of the sky and sea. It is often associated with depth and stability. It symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven. Blue is considered beneficial to the mind and body.
All the students were dressed in blue color. Some of them were dressed as butterflies. They brought balloons and decorated their class rooms with blue.

Fruits Day

Fruits Day was celebrated on Friday, the 31st August to create awareness among the children about the consumption of fruits in their regular diet. It was a colorful day as the students of Nursery; LKG & UKG dressed themselves as various fruits like mango, orange, strawberry, grapes, banana, water melon, etc. and spoke about the rich vitamin content in each fruit. Students were taught to eat healthy food and keep themselves healthy and fit.

Janmashtami

Janmashtami festival was celebrated with great zeal and pomp by the children of Pre-Primary at St. Martins High school, Miyapur.. A fancy dress competition was held where the tiny tots came dressed in, as Krishna and Radha and other colorful outfits. They made and wore Peacock feather head-gears and decorated matkas and flutes. With their laudable performance, they lighted up the stage and mesmerized the audience. The students were judged on the basis of their make-up, expressions as well as level of confidence.