The entire school celebrated the spirit of childhood through an online celebration that
premiered on YouTube on 21 st November 2020 for Std I to XII. All the students and
parents were invited to connect and experience the virtual celebration. The video was
creatively designed and uploaded on YouTube.
The Junior Primary Section teachers’ self composed wishes, conveyed to the tune of the
peppy song ‘Don’t Worry Be Happy’, had the students tapping their feet. This was
followed by an arty wish wherein an artwork made in hyperloop was shared with the
students. The Marathi song Swapnat Pahili Ranichi Baug intrigued the students. Next to
be rendered was a self-composed and spirited song Chote Nanhe se bol which spoke about
the children’s behaviour during online classes. Finally, the show was wrapped with the rap
song ‘ABC of What You Can Be’.
The Upper Primary section celebration began with a prayer, thought, and information
about the importance of the day. It also included an array of special messages, short
stories, poems, art creations, and fun facts shared by all the teachers. The current online
classes and their impact was an important theme of the online celebrations which was well
reflected in the poem presented by the Upper Primary Coordinator, Ms Aindrila
Sinha. The celebrations ended with a message to all students signifying their role for a
brighter future for our country.
The program was the brainchild of the Principal, Ms Mrinalini, and executed by the
Cultural Coordinator, Ms. Sheetal Upadhye and the team of teachers. The videos were
liked by the children and parents alike. The appreciation mails and messages received after
the programme, said it all. VPMS, Pune, once again proved that times can be sombre but
our spirits are not. We’ll keep spreading happiness and create a smiles, even in a