BLESSING CEREMONY- A Day of Gratitude!!!

BLESSING CEREMONY- A Day of Gratitude!!!

The Bhavanites assembled in the school auditorium to celebrate an occasion of an end of a carefully supervised school life, and a beginning of a life in the “real world”.

The premises of Al Saad Indian School, Al Ain echoed with blessings and enthusiasm on the morning of January 28, 2023, when the Bhavanites came together to bid farewell to the outgoing batch of grade X and XII students of the academic year 2022-’23. The Bhavanites assembled in the school auditorium to celebrate an occasion of an end of a carefully supervised school life, and a beginning of a life in the “real world”. The ceremony commenced with a prayer to invoke the blessings of the Almighty. Director, CA Divya Rajesh Ramachandran, Principal, Dr. Bhavna Gupta, Vice Principal, Mr. Thomas Francis and Teachers conjointly blessed the children’s new journey by offering each a lighted candle as a symbolic gesture of transferring knowledge.

Change is the only constant and truly you are never too old to adapt to something new. Pursue and enjoy those things that make you happy. Recognize opportunities and see to it and act accordingly. Be responsible for the choices you have made in your life.
Director, CA Divya Rajesh Ramachandran in her inspiring address.

Principal, Dr. Bhavna Gupta expressed her hope that students will traverse their life’s journey with sheer hard work and determination in the pursuit of their aspirations and also encouraged them to face all the odds and to be firm. Vice Principal, Mr. Thomas Francis, Class Mentors and other Subject Teachers extended their best wishes to the outgoing batch for the board exam and future ahead.

BLESSING CEREMONY- A Day of Gratitude!!!

This momentous occasion was planned and organized by the students of Grade 9 & 11 under the supervision and guidance of their teachers. The juniors prepared a colourful ensemble of events to enthrall the senior students and also to bid them a heartwarming goodbye. The day was a fiesta as the junior students endeavoured to leave a trail of nostalgia behind for the outgoing students by presenting pulsating musical and dazzling dance performance. The memory wall created for the seniors was purely a slideshow of a medley of magical memories that marked their years spend in school, giving the students and their teachers a fascinating flashback of their journey. The auditorium roared with applause and tons of cheers as the juniors wished their seniors' good luck by complimenting them with sashes to suit their individual dynamic personalities. The outgoing students thanked and expressed their regard, love, and gratitude to the Management and teachers who had consistently guided them in the right direction and always served as a ray of hope and shine in their moments of difficulties.

Each student of Class X & XII was felicitated with a memento by the Management which will be part of their treasure trove lifelong. Towards the end of the function, students were treated with scrumptious meals. This was followed by a photo session of students of grade X and XII with the Director, Principal, Vice Principal, Class Mentors and Subject Teachers. In nostalgia and reluctance, but with hope and aspiration, the school bid adieu to the seniors and wished them luck for all they set out to do. The ceremony was indeed a moment of mixed feelings for the students, sad at the prospect of leaving behind what was ‘second home’, with all their friends who have become like siblings after spending so many years together-yet so excited to explore the world that awaits them.

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