The program is divided into two parts in order to accommodate all the parents. It showcased a number of performances including dances, drama, solo songs, fashion shows, humor news, and skits. They are all presented by enthusiastic students. Many of the students prepared amazing speeches that showed how well they prepared. To speak at such young ages in front of a crowd is something special.
The major attraction of the picnic is potluck sharing, fun games, and dance and musical performances. A day to cherish beautiful moments spent together. Picnics help children to be franker with teachers, the teachers and students bonding gets much more beautiful and students learn to enjoy with teachers.
this is a service celebrating the birth of Jesus that is traditionally held on Christmas Eve. Customarily, it includes nine readings from the Bible, interspersed with sung carols, and leading the congregation through the story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus. This Shiva Baba School version has been tailored to include five short readings detailing the story of Jesus’ birth, with familiar Christmas carols sung between each reading by the students and entire congregation. It is a reverent and festive celebration of the Christmas story, especially for family audiences.
Saraswati Puja is celebrate in Shiva baba School, All the teachers and students gathered at the school premises to celebrate the day. Puja was offered to the Goddess of Learning by the Head Boy and Head Girl of the school, followed by a cultural celebration. A beautiful rendition from students transcended the ambience. It was an attempt to preserve the Hindu culture, to impart a sense of respect towards long-established traditions.
The celebration came to a close with the distribution of ‘Prasada’. Gaiety and piety went hand in hand to live an indelible impression in the mind of all those who witnessed the programme.