Cambridge celebrated Children’s day with great festive fervour, to commemorate the birth anniversary of
#PanditNehru.The programme began with a special assembly conducted by the teachers, followed by #informative and #inspirational speeches by the Principal and educators about #Nehruji as a great leader, thinker, visionary and a true statesman.
With Nehru ji being extremely fond of children the programme clearly depicted the spirit of the occasion with teachers holding the stage and putting up a mesmerising cultural show for the children. The cultural programme had a series of interesting and exciting events, all planned meticulously for complete entertainment. Teachers enthralled the audience with their #energetic and #graceful moves with their traditional dance. Songs were presented by a group of teachers in praise of students.The assembly concluded with #vote of thanks by Senior School Coordinator.
Students were elated to see their teachers performing and celebrating the day with zeal and enthusiasm.
The Kindergarten Wing celebrated the day with wonderful art and craft activity.
Special Assembly on UNITED NATIONS DAY.
“The United Nations system is still the best instrument for making the world less fragile.”
With the above quote in view, #CambridgeSeniorWing celebrated the #UnitedNationsDay with a special assembly to mark the unparalleled success of this splendiferous organization that is committed to the well-being of the #GlobalCommunity.
The special assembly dedicated to the formation of the United Nations began with the array of events.The assembly began with a melodious prayer song, followed an inspiring quotes, speech on history, about UN and its role in #WorldPeace.
This special assembly left a lasting impression and won the acclaim of one and all present.The solemn occasion hoisted the hope for us to live up to the #FoundingSpirit of #Peace and #Unity of the United Nations and the cause behind its formation.
World Food Day
Students of Cambridge Primary Wing celebrated the World Food Day on October 16 to commemorate the date of the founding of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in 1945.
The School recognized this day meaningfully where students from grades I to V participated in a number of activities that included a PPT on the subject educating all students about environment conscious agricultural practices to have a more resilient food system.
Students also participated in smokeless cooking, slogan writing, artwork, and a plantation drive, making the day meaningful and of great learning for all.