New Delhi, Friday, 22 Nov 2019. Navy Children School, Delhi celebrated its Annual Day on 21 November 2019 at Siri Fort Auditorium. Admiral Karambir Singh PVSM, AVSM, ADC, the Chief of the Naval Staff graced the occasion as Chief Guest. The function was also attended by Senior Naval Officers, invitees and parents. The theme for this year’s Annual Day was ‘Shubham Panchtattvam’, the five elements of nature.
The event highlighted the need to understand and preserve five elements of nature in order to enjoy the wonderful diversity of Mother Nature. The event was a medley of dance, poetry, orchestra and drama. The inaugural performance ‘Musical Symphony’ enthralled the audience where the students played a blend of musical instruments accompanied by beat boxing. Students with special needs from ‘Sankalp’ performed on stage revering the Mother Nature. The students showcased the significant elements of nature through the vibrant tableau ‘The Nature’s Pride’. The students also portrayed the unity among the elements by lending their voices to semi classical compositions which glorified the elements of our existence. ‘The Little Mermaid’ came alive on stage as students enacted the popular fairytale with a twist. ‘Kaavya Abhivyakti’ was an amalgamation of rendition of poems and on stage painting by the students.
The school principal, Mrs Oshima Mathur along with Head Boy and Head Girl presented the school report which showcased the achievements of the students in academics, sports and extracurricular activities. The Finale witnessed the students leaving the audience spell bound with their rhythmic moves as they performed a blend of Bharatnatyam, Koli, Bihu & contemporary dances based on the five elements of nature.
The Chief Guest commended the efforts and initiatives of the school in providing quality education to the students. He urged the students to follow their dreams with passion, constructive imagination and determination without fear of failure in order to maximize their potential and capabilities. The Chief Guest gifted Rs 5 lakh for the development of the school. The release of the annual school magazine ‘Anchor’ was the highlight of the extravaganza.