Annual Function (Middle School) 2022-23

“Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better.” – Albert Einstein

After a gap of nearly two years, the Annual Cultural programme was successfully held at Vikhe Patil Memorial School,Pune by the students of VI to VIII (Middle School) on 17th October 2022. The theme being ‘Panchamahabhootam’, every section was a flag bearer of one element of
nature. The Middle School section was delegated the responsibility of representing our ‘Mother Earth’.

The students of Grade VI to VIII presented the ‘Enchanting Earth', a musical dance drama which was an expression of gratitude towards the five elements of Earth that are the quintessence of human survival and rhythm of Life. The hard work and practice put in by the students and the team spirit and diligence of the staff under the able guidance and support of Ms.Mrinalini B, Principal, VPMS, Pune, was evident through the remarkable presentation. Timely review and valuable guidance by Mr.Amol Patil, Vice Principal and Ms. Aindrilla Sinha, Section Coordinator, Middle School, facilitated smooth functioning of the program.

The program commenced with the felicitation of our eminent chief guest Mr.Sanjay Chaudhari and other dignitaries. Mrs.Nandini Vikhe Patil, Director , School Programmes, Vikhe Patil Foundation, graced the occasion with her presence and presided over the function. Distinguished guests and dignitaries, elite guardians and parents witnessed a spectacular culmination of colourful dances with a powerful drama which served as an eye-opener conveying a strong message. It’s no secret that the future of our planet desperately needs to be safeguarded with climate change already wreaking havoc on our natural environment. In order to preserve the earth for future generations, we need to reduce the amount of harm that human activities have on the environment and support the natural world as much as we can. Nature itself is our biggest tool in the fight against global warming and through conservation work, we can fully utilize nature’s contribution to the mitigation action that is needed to avoid a catastrophic increase in temperature. Everything from tropical forests to our coastline has a part to play in the fight against climate change, as well as protecting our communities. So, it’s important to do all that we can to protect them. The program concluded with a word of honour by the Chief Guest followed by National Anthem.

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