Montessori Senior Secondary School students showcased their spectacular talents on Chrysalis Day on 6th January 2024. Proud parents witnessed the exhibition and encouraged the children. Think lines were provided to students to enhance individual thinking skills. Charts and collages were presented on several topics such as ‘National festivals’, ‘Healthy food’, ‘Community Helpers’ and so on. On the whole, it was a vibrant day filled with creativity. Kurnool District Collector Dr. G.Srijana I.A.S, congratulated teachers and students for their efforts.
Christmas is the festival which inspires the spirit of sharing and caring. Christmas celebration was held on 23rd December 2023, in the school quadrangle. The school was beautifully decorated and everybody was dressed in red and white. The programme started with an information about Christmas and why is it celebrated. A beautiful skit followed depicting the scenes of the nativity of Jesus Christ interspersed with melodious carols sung by the choir. Right from the conception of Mary to the birth of Jesus a harmonius story was displayed by the students. The event ended with cheerful Christmas greetings as the students danced to the melodious tunes of ‘Jingle Bells’ and ‘ We wish you a merry Christmas.’ The dazzling entry of Santa Claus added to the joy and excitement of the students. The boundless joy of celebrating the festival was visible on the faces of all the children. It was a joyous and amusing programme for everyone.
Children’s day Celebrations
Montessori School celebrated Children’s day is on November 14th to commemorate the first Prime Minister of India “ Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru” who was fond of children and roses. Montessori School celebrate the event by organizing several cultural programs to give importance to children and create a fun childhood memory.
Krishna Janmashtami is a festival commemorating the birth of Lord Krishna, one of the most powerful and famous reincarnations of Lord Vishnu.’
To seek the blessings of Lord Krishna, The Montessori students celebrated Janmashtami with mirth and joy. The students came dressed up as Lord Krishna, Radha, playmates and friends of Krishna’s childhood. They were accessorized with colorful bangles, odhnis and peacock crowns to set the Janmashtami mood. The school premises was decorated with balloons, flutes, matkies giving the vibes of festivity. Special assemblies were conducted wherein the students swayed to the tunes of traditional songs.
The students were overjoyed when they broke the ‘Dahi Handi’ to grace this occasion. Dahi Handi is the most ancient joyful game played and celebrated, for the birth of Krishna in Janmashtami. Educational videos were shown to the students to make them aware of the preachings of Lord Krishna. The happy and excited students also participated enthusiastically in craft work and made flutes, crowns and decorated matkies. The teachers instilled the value of self-worth and introspection in the students. The day was a delightful divine journey for the students.