Teacher’s Day Celebration at Aspire International School

Teacher’s Day Celebration at Aspire International School

A warm welcome at the entrance of the auditorium with wishing badges for teachers was a pleasant surprise for all the instructors.

The Aspire Indian International School has celebrated the teacher’s day, of the academic year 2022-23, on 5 September 2022 with fervor and zeal. The event was organised to acknowledge the dedication and hard work of the teacher and the whole program was organised by the students of classes VI and IX. The programmes were held in the school auditorium which was decorated beautifully with festoons and banners. A warm welcome at the entrance of the auditorium with wishing badges for teachers was a pleasant surprise for all the instructors.

The event commenced at 9:45 am with the recitation of the Holy Quran by Tamim Ahmed and translation by Haleema of grade IX. The principal Ms. Geetika Ahuja presided over the function. Ms. Stephanie, Community Engagement officer was the chief guest of the programme. Firstly, Ali of grade VIII started the salutation followed by the English prayer by Liya of grade IX. Thought of the day and news were also shared by the students.

The cultural programmes started with the role play and speech by Arul of grade 9, representing Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan which explained the significance of the day. Chief guest Ms. Stephanie gave a passionate speech on the theme of the day which was followed by the inspiring speech of the principal which enlightens students mind with the role of teacher in their life.

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The students expressed their gratitude, regard, and respect towards their teachers on that day. They present various energetic and thought-provoking programmes like skit, dance, riddles, songs, musical instrument fusion and rhymes. The students also arranged a fun game- guess which teacher is here? role play to entertain the teachers. The programmes were appreciated by all the teachers. Later, a gift and cards were given to all the teachers as a token of love and respect. The event was concluded by 12 pm with a formal vote of thanks by Ms. Mary Joseph, the vice principal of AIIS. Finally, the Indian National Anthem was sung, and the students dispersed.

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