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The 9th Junior Annual Day Celebration with the theme – ‘Life is Magic’ indeed turned out to be a magical display by the juniors of BVM Global @ Coimbatore. The celebration had to take many twists, the contributor being the rain predominantly followed by the sad demise of our esteemed former Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Inspite of all the obstacles, the children were able to deliver confidently on the d day cherishing the assembled overwhelming crowd of parents and their well-wishers. Thanks to the untiring support and motivation by the teachers-in-charge ably supported by the annual day coordinators Ms Aarthika and Ms Savitha under the guidance of the Principal.

The function started with the invocation of the divine blessings through prayer, followed by lighting of the lamp by the dignitaries. It was felicitation of the honourable chief guest and then prize distribution to the academic achievers of the year 2017-18 and 100% attendance holders.

Mrs Latha Sundaram(Chief Guest), the founder and managing trustee of Aram Foundation Charitable Trust currently working for Indian Railways as accounts officer, recipient of “the woman achiever of 2016” by the President of India was gracious enough to honour the function with her presence.

Mr R Rajendran, Director of Education, BVM Global Group of Schools was kind enough to adorn the occasion with his presence.

There was a variety of dances each carrying the theme that makes life a magic – while it was “Dream” from the class 1 students, it was “Love and Joy” by grade 2 students. It was “Cleanliness” by grade 5 students whereas “Around the World” by grade 4 students. Grade 3 students chose “Happiness” while class kindergarten chose “Birthday Party of Mickey Mouse and Rainbow Fairies dance. This was interspersed with drama. The dramas were also with a message. The English play was “Modern Red Riding Hood” by the students of Grade 3 to 5. The setting for this play was in current era. For Hindi it was “Modern Mahabharat”, a lighter version insisting that elders have to guide the younger ones through the correct path. The team which enacted Tamil Drama made youngsters realize the essentiality of the handholding of elders to make them sail smooth in their achievement ride.

 The icing on the cake was the compering by the students of Grade 4 and 5, who with great confidence carried the onlookers through the event. These students were amply lauded by the audience.

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