Children’s Day Celebration With Future Charismatic Leaders & Achievers
Children are the most precious resource of the world and its best hope for the future. Childhood is a wonderful phase in a man’s life. Everything is different for a child: the trees are higher, the colours are brighter and every new day is more interesting that the last. Children have the uncanny ability to brighten our day, see the good in the world, and imagine anything is possible untouched by the weight of the world. It is very necessary to inculcate moral values and ethics at their early age to make them a good human being . Caring for children is probably the most important thing of a society.
Our school celebrated this wonderful day with great pomp and gaiety at our campus.The day started with the role play and fancy dress of all the children from Montessori to Grade V. It was insightful to watch the Montessori Children who dressed themselves as young achievers and leaders in all walks of life like Sachin Tendulkar, Sania Mirza, P.V.Sindu, Messi and Sundar Pitchai . They made the audience spell bound while they spoke about the same with great confidence. Students from Grade I to V reminded the freedom fighters like Lakshmi Bai, Bhagat Singh, Chikur Chennamma, Jawaharlal Nehru and Sardar Vallabhai Patel.
Children had unlimited fun and frolic while they watched magic show. Teachers presented a ramp walk insisting upon the current scenario of our country and the way every Indian wants his nation to be. On the whole, children’s day at Khivraj Olympia School was really a remarkable event that would leave an indelible memory in the minds of children. Let us celebrate the special day of children by providing proper education for their overall development thereby propelling the progress of our nation.
The first ever “Children’s Day” was celebrated in 1954. The idea behind “Universal Children’s Day” was suggested by Mr. V.K. Krishna Menon and it was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly. At first, it was celebrated universally in the month of October. After 1959, 20th November was chosen as “Children’s Day” as it marked the anniversary when the declaration of the child rights was adopted by the U.N. General Assembly.
To promote the welfare of children and celebrate childhood, children’s day is celebrated all over India on 14th November to honour children and to commemorate the birth day of the first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru . Many government departments, corporate institutions and non-governmental organizations announce various schemes and organize a variety of competitions and events for the children. Many schools have cultural programmes in which teachers get involved and perform for the students. Children’s film festivals are also organized on this day. The main purpose of this day is to encourage the welfare of children all over the country.