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A special assembly was organised on Tuesday, 22 October 2019 to mark the celebration of festival of lights- Diwali. The students of step I put up heart winning performances with a message to celebrate an eco-friendly Diwali. The motive of the assembly was to infuse the spirit of festivity in the best possible way.


    Talk Show
    Eco Friendly Diwali   

    A 'Talk Show' was organised in the school premises on Tuesday, 22 October 2019, where the students of Step VI and VII participated in the discussion on  'ECO-FRIENDLY DIWALI'. The students  enthusiastically participated and discussed the adverse effects of bursting crackers on the environment. They also shared their thoughts  on how can Diwali be fun without crackers. Overall it was a great learning experience for all which they enjoyed thoroughly.
       A Rangoli making and Class decoration activity was organised in the school on Monday, 21 October 2019. The participation of students was overwhelming and the students decorated the classroom beautifully with the craft items made by them. With Diwali round the corner, and with the entire school being drenched in the multi hued colours of the rangoli, this activity was conducted to infuse the spirit of festivity.
        A Story Telling competition was organised for step IV in the school on Friday, 18 October 2019 to encourage public speaking skills in the students. The students put up confident and commendable performances keeping the audience and judges spell bound.


          Special Assembly
          World Elders' Day, Gandhi Jayanti, Dussehra   

          Bgs Vijnatham School organized a Special Assembly on Tuesday, 1st October 2019 to celebrate  Elders' Day , Dusshera along and Gandhi Jayanti. The little enthusiastic performers from  Bal BGS family caught everyone's attention by presenting a musical skit 'Mahisasur Mardini'. The highlight was the poise  walking of the toddlers with their grandparents on the stage. The special assembly was glorified with the performance by the children of  Step II and III  who presented a mesmerizing skit  inspired by Gandhiji's life and his values.
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