Au Revoir Pearls….
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Au Revoir Pearls….

The celebrations began with children voicing their E-experiences and E- feelings.

The last day of an academic year somehow seems to be treasured. Gratitude cards, grateful thoughts and good byes sometimes usher in tears. Despite the pandemic and the resultant screen time we looked for ways to connect with our kids. The essence of student-teacher relationship never fades. This academic year too just faded and here are the memories still fresh finding place on this page.

At Pearl Wisdom School, Bhavans Dubai we too bid farewell to our first batch of lovely children with a colourful class party. Jovial and excited and in colourful costumes children joined their virtual PWS Party Hall. Children were ready with a host of entertainment programmes.

The celebrations began with children voicing their E-experiences and E- feelings.

Some played tunes on musical instruments while others dedicated songs to their teachers and classmates. Some recited heart-warming poems, while the others enacted different scenes of entertainment. Each performance was wrapped up with a personal and touching message. They were vociferous in their expression of gratitude looking at the misty eyes of their teachers on the virtual screen.

Tears welled up, but the teachers wiped it to keep the farewell cheerful and exciting. Teachers and children engaged in a variety of fun games.

 Au Revoir Pearls….
BHAVAN’S IES AND JACK AND JILL NURSERY SCHOOL CELEBRATE ANNUAL DAY & GRADUATION DAY

Children danced to the tunes of hit songs. Parents too, actively participated in making the live dancing session amusing.

At Pearl our kids always keep our house spirits high, under the guidance of the House Coaches. The icing on the cake was the Getty Challenge by Pearl Warriors under the guidance of their coach Ms. Leyla Zamoura. Heart touching goodbyes, the wish to meet again soon, pleasant smiles, and love, were takeaways for the children at the end of the day.

For us teachers, it has been one more year bidding farewell, it has been virtual because of the pandemic. Perhaps this farewell has been more painful than the pandemic.

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