Tiny Tots Shower Tribute on Rivers of India

Devi Academy Senior Secondary School, Valasaravakkam, celebrated the annual day of its junior classes on March 3. Students from Kindergarten to Class 2 took part in the programme which had the

Published: 13th March 2012 12:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:34 PM   |  A+A-

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(Left) The tiny tots of Devi Academy Senior Secondary School, Valasaravakkam, perform a dance during the annual day function held on March 3; (Above)

Devi Academy Senior Secondary School, Valasaravakkam, celebrated the annual day of its junior classes on March 3. Students from Kindergarten to Class 2 took part in the programme which had the theme ‘The Rivers of India’. Dr S V Senthilnathan, professor and HOD, Institute of Child Health and Hospital for Children, Madras Medical College, Egmore, was the chief guest of the event.

The evening began with a prayer song by the Class 2 children. Deepa Devi Shriram, a trustee of the school, welcomed the gathering. Correspondent R Jeyalekshmy and vice principal K C Umamaheswari presided over the event.

The chief guest addressed the audience on Child Psychology following which he distributed prizes to the winners of  various club activities of the Kindergarten department. The day came to a conclusion with a colourful cultural programme on the theme performed by the children.

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