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A Proud Moment for Teachers

The teachers of Dr. Pillai Global Academy, New Panvel would have Friday, 4th September, 2015 etched into their memories.

The school celebrated yet another Teachers’ Day.

Every classroom; every student oozed with an indescribable warmth and love. In the first half of the day, the teachers were showered with cards, gifts, flowers and cakes. A hula hoop dance performance by Paayal and Asmi of grade 6, handmade candles by Zainab and Nusaiba of grade 5 and 4 respectively and a variety of delectable chocolates only added to the celebrations.

The second half of the day witnessed a breathtaking show organized by the school’s council members that involved grades 8 and above. After the whole school had settled in the auditorium, a little after one p.m, the show began in all its splendor and pomp.

The program — a typical Bollywood sort film fare award function style; hosted by two talented boys, Ameya Deshpande (IB1) and Salman Naik (A Levels), commenced with a song performed by the IB students. Three skits were enacted as well that showcased both the light hearted side and the difficulties of teaching in a class and addressed different aspects of student behaviour. The most surprising performance was that of Rohit (A levels) who recently discovered his fantastic acting prowess. The students through their plays conveyed what an important role a teacher plays in their school experience. In their words: a teacher is like a soldier. The difference is that the soldier fights on the borders and ensures our future and a teacher fights within the country shaping and molding the future of its citizens.

Some of the interesting activities that kept the teachers entertained were: guess the tagline and song apt for the teachers; a fashion show for teachers; delightful dance performances and skill based games.

At the end after students dispersed a cake was cut for all the teachers, participants and council members followed by a short dance party.

The celebration ended on a sweet note with loads of happiness.