St. Peter’s School celebrates Annual Day

JAMMU, DECEMBER 01: St. Peter’s High School, B.C. Road, Jammu celebrated its annual day with a two-day mega event which was graced by the presence of venerated guests and epitomized true celebration through multiple themes and exemplary performances that touched hearts of one and all.

The celebrations in the school premises today commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by chief Guest, Mrs. K. Vijaya, Chairperson Jammu & Kashmir PWWA,  Guest of Honour, Rev. Fr. Domnic Thirunilath OFM CAP, Presiding officer, Mrs. Poonam Makhnotra, KAS,  Principal, Rev. Fr. Thomas Niravathu and  Vice Principal Sr. Jenny Augustine. Lighting of the lamp was followed by a devotional prayer dance performed by the students.

Primary wing students exhibited their talent through their impressive ballad performances which reflected the true spirit  of the theme "Freedom with Responsibility" with which the programme was conceived. Various performances by students threw light on important themes like child labour, significance of girl child, need for parents' involvement in a child’s life and coexistence of  freedom and responsibility. The ballad culminated with a dazzling fusion dance performance. Copied From Jammu Links News Website.

The programme highlighted the importance of inculcating values of freedom with responsibility in children, so they can become the best citizens of India. The dynamic morning event concluded with the motivational words of dignitaries who lauded the commendable performances of students, followed by formal vote of thanks and singing of the National Anthem.

The afternoon show was glorified with the valued presence of Mr. Tsering Angchok IAS who was the Chief Guest of the occasion, Rev. Fr. Jose Vadakkel who was the guest the Honour and the Presiding Officer Mr. Anirudh Khajuria KAS. The show was based on the theme "Corruption and Evil" which witnessed impressive performances and plays performed by the students belonging to class ninth and tenth. The students highlighted the spread of corruption in different fields and emphasized on uprooting corruption by encouraging all to take a pledge to come together to wipe out corruption from the country. The dance in between the scenes added to the beauty of the play.

The function showcased grand finale which was followed by the encouraging words of luminaries and plaudits for the students, staff and management of the school. The programme came to an end with a formal vote of thanks and singing of the National Anthem by the esteemed gathering.

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