Independence Day Celebrations by Primary Students

Independence Day is the celebration of our country’s freedom achieved from the British rule on 15th August, 1947. Every year, this day is commemorated by Indians all over by hoisting the national flag followed by parades and a variety of events. This year also, citizens around the country celebrated the country’s 74th Independence Day but, with a little twist. Owing to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and various limitations and restrictions on public gathering, it was celebrated virtually all over.

Taurian World School also celebrated the day of freedom keeping all the rules in mind of social distancing. The In-house staff and students hosted the celebration on the school premises which was live telecasted on the Facebook page of TWS and students and staff also joined the programme virtually through the usual platform they meet for their online classes.

Various different competitions were also organised by the school where all the students were given a chance to showcase their creativity and dedicate the day to the ones who sacrificed their lives for our country. The winners were also awarded online certificates which really helped them all to stay encouraged in these tough times.

Grade LKG to 1 participated in tricolour badge making competition. Students came up with some amazing work. The 1st position was bagged by Suzanne Roshni Joel of Grade UKG, 2nd position was taken up by Harshavardhan Das of Grade UKG and in the 3rd place there was a tie between Ayaan Jain of Grade 1 and Riaan of Grade 1.

Grade 2 and 3 participated in an art competition where they were asked to draw any of the national symbols like National bird/flower/animal/emblem/tree. We again came across some beautiful work done by the students. In this category, the 1st place was bagged by Kriyang Pathak of Grade 3. For the 2nd place, there was a tie between Ayaansh Jain of Grade 3 and Rudhir of Grade 3. Jaykant Bhogta of Grade 3 bagged the 3rd position.

In the third category we had the students of Grade 4 and 5 participate in Collage making and slogan writing competition. They also showcased their talent in a creative way. Aashvi Kashyap of Grade 4 bagged the 1st position. The 2nd position was taken by Vea Sarawgi of Grade 5 and Aiden Ewan Singh of Grade 4 while the 3rd position was taken up by Kiara Samanta of Grade 5 and Vinisha Abhishek Singh of Grade 4.

Congratulations to all the winners and a big ‘Thank you’ for everyone who participated!

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