‘Children’s Day’ was celebrated in a special way at The Indian Heights School.
A special assembly was organized to mark the occasion. Ms Abanti Chatterjee, shared the greatness of our leader, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, whose birthday is celebrated as ‘Children’s Day’ and he is remembered as ‘Chacha Nehru’ by them.

The Indian Heights School are committed in taking good care of health and hygiene of our students. Keeping this in mind a Dental Check-up Camp was organized on this day. Students happily lined up for their turn and enjoyed meeting the Doctor .
A movie, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” was shown to the students of Little Steps as a treat followed by the yummy lunch prepared by the teachers. Afterwards, they were all engrossed in making Caterpillar with Candy sticks. They enjoyed singing rhymes and dancing too.

Many events were organized on this special day for the students. To educate and create the awareness among the students about importance of water, a “Poster Making Competition” was organized with a theme ’Water Conservation’. Students portrayed their imagination on the canvass. An Art and Craft activity was also organized and students made Nehru Caps and Eye Gears. To make the day memorable teachers gave gifts and cards to the students and enthusiastically participated in many activities with the them like playing Rope Jumping, Antakshri etc. Students enjoyed all the activities especially the treat of sweets.
THE INDIAN HEIGHTS believe that Education is the most powerful weapon which one can use to change the world and at the eve of ‘Children’s Day’, we take an oath to make all our students, a catalyst of change and to be the Future Path Finders’ of our nation.