Recognition days



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Recognition Day in the Primary Department was done in 4 batches. The first batch, done by the grade 1 pupils, was held in the morning from 8 o’clock to 9:30 in the morning.  Grade 2 was from 10:30 to 12:00, Grade 3 from 1:00 to 2:30, and then, lastly, Grade 4 from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.

Suhani Ruparelia and Godfrey Mutindi made the opening and closing remarks for Grade 1. There were 3 sections in grade 1: Wisdom, Hope, and Love, and each class performed their individual intermission numbers. There were dance presentations before the giving of awards and certificates.

For grade 2, Reina Kaiss and Thais Bruheim did the opening and closing, respectively. The classes are Unity, Modesty, and Faith. Again, individual class presentations were done before the giving of awards and certificates. It was a well-performed program, as students did their best in both academic and dance presentations.

The Grade 3 students then took the stage, which was opened by Camilla Richat Khan and closed by Josh Cardoso da Costa. The three sections are Diligence, Kindness, and Patience. Each of the classes again performed dances before the presentation of awards and certificates. It was efficiently done in all classes. The teachers really worked hard at helping the students learn well.

Then after, the Grade 4 and 5 students had their own recognition day. Despite being the last, they did not appear to be bored while waiting for their turn. Congratulations to Aesha Dungdung for the nice opening remarks and to Nesiah Mendonca as well for giving inspiring closing remarks. Students deserved to be praised for their hard work. The dances were captivating, and the audiences really liked the Mozambican dance from Grade 5 and the unique dances from Grade 4.

The kindergarten had its own recognition the next day, November 22. They started at 3 o’clock in the afternoon and ended at almost 5 in the afternoon. They have a lot of kids because they go from nursery to kindergarten. There were the nursery and playgroup, three preparatory sections, and four Kinder I pupils. Each of the sections also performed its own presentations for the intermission number before giving the certificates and awards. The kindergarten’s theme was Disney, so all of the presentations were taken from songs and dances from Disney movies.

Congratulations to students, teachers, administrators, staff, and most of all, parents, for the success of the Recognition Day programs. See you next year!