REPUBLIC DAY FEVER As we approach 26th January the Republic Day of India, there is a feel of patriotism in the breeze. The whole campus gives a patriotic feel as the ambience was in tri colour. Indeed, this day is special, as there were so many activities planned for students to raise awareness about the sacrifices of our citizens for a free constitutional India. To begin with there was a brainstorming session for Kinder World where in the teachers briefed the students about the constitution of India and why it is required. The students from P.G. & Nursery were first introduced to the tri colour flag and then they made the Indian flag fly high by using millets and pulses. The teachers introduced K.G. children to the National bird of our country peacock. Later on they helped them create a peacock by using fluorescent sheets. The little ones even moved a step ahead and created tri-color fans. It was appealing to see smiles on their faces. The basic idea was to make the day full of creative fun and make them understand the significance of Republic Day. A collage making competition was held on 24th January 2020. The theme was Republic Day: Celebration of being Indian for classes I & II. Being an Indian means I’m a part of great nation that is rising from the atrocities of its past. Classes III & IV paid a humble tribute to the Indian Soldiers through a collage making competition and writing slogans to thank them for being with us and protecting us in every situation. Unity in diversity is a concept which signifies unity among individuals who have certain differences among them keeping the same in mind classes V & VI showed their talent through collage. India matches ahead with pride to celebrate the 70th Republic Day. Classes VII & VIII participated with enthusiasm to depict the glory of India through collages. All the students from classes I – VIII participated in the competition. A lot of enthusiasm was seen in the students during the event. They used a variety of material to create the collages. The effort of the students was remarkable & most creative collages were adjudged the winners. The principal of our school Mrs. Dipti Goel was overwhelmed by their performance & was captivated by their creativity. Take away crafts were also prepared by the students. They were very enthusiastic to create tricolor badges for themselves and feel proud to be an Indian citizen. Classes IV & VI made pen holders. Photo frames by class V. Flower sticks by class VII and Flower vase by class VIII. The Republic Day fever was seen among the students throughout the week. Everybody waiting anxiously for tomorrow.