The Creek carnival was a bonanza for the students of ‘The Creek’ to display their creative skills. The carnival was an event that gave the children something to look forward to. An occasion to facilitate interaction between students, teachers and parents, it sought to showcase their talent - be it merry-making, games, sports, values or education.
It also teaches students to imbibe a sense of social stability. The wards learn to pay tribute to all art forms learnt at school. So, The Creek carnival is a time not only for fun & frolic but also a venture to display the talent & abilities of students.
The highlight display & centre of attraction was the live model of Nagarjuna Sagar Dam displayed in its verdant surroundings. There were beautiful models of Parthenon, maths games, language grammar games, a huge model of physical features of India in the social studies department & scientific experiments and arts & crafts too.
In all, the Creek carnival was an event where new ideas simply overflowed.
Children of Nalanda Vidya Niketan and Akshara International School celebrated the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru with pomp and gaiety as the students participated in several competitions on their school campuses on Wednesday. `Chachaji’ the first Prime Minister of Independent India was fondly remembered for his contribution towards the development of the country at a programme organised by the teachers at Akshara. Students gave their best in the solo dance, debate and singing competitions. Nalanda Head Mistress Padmaja and Akshara Principal K. Sarada also participated in the events and blessed the students. Children were given sweets and certificates.
Many schools in the city engaged children in a good number of interesting events on the occasion of Children’s Day. Ramanath Secondary School, NSTL organised fancy dress competition, solo singing and group singing competition, memory test, on-the-spot painting competition on themes like zoo, railway station and an evening at the beach. In order to entertain and engage children, the school also introduced the kite flying festival for the first time. About 400 children from LKG to Class X took part in the festival.
Delhi Public School
This time it was teachers who entertained children on the occasion of Children’s Day. At Delhi Public School, Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, Children’s Day was celebrated with much fervour and grandeur. Addressing the children, Principal of the school, B. Aruna Kumari, highlighted Nehruji’s love for children and roses.
“In order to develop ideal citizens of the future, children should have the right attitude and aptitude to achieve altitude,” she said. Later, Interact Club and NCC (junior and senior wing) of the school along with the staff, visited an orphanage at Atchutapuram and interacted with the children. Rice, pulses and an amount of Rs.5,000 were collected and donated to the children.