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St. Margaret Convent School

Grand Parents Day

The yummy food, the fairy tales, the refuge after every mischief was the lap of our grandparents.The only place with unconditional and endless love.
Our new age fast paced life often misses out these tiny pockets of peace with our grandparents.

Celebration of Grandparents day is a very small tribute and a token of gratitude to those unsung heroes in our lives.

This day is also crucial in the series of interactive sessions for kids as it will strengthen the foundation of values and culture among the kids and evolve them as compassionate and benevolent individuals.

Raksha Bandhan

We took initiative to celebrate Raksha Bandhan, with some children we tied Rakhi to local people. This was followed by dance and song performances and recitation of some children’s poems. Everyone enjoyed the event. The main idea of ​​the celebration was to teach the children that the bond of protection is not only a bond of siblings but much more.

Teacher’s Day

Teacher’s Day is celebrated on 5th September every year in India. It is celebrated on the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan who was the second President of India and a great scholar. Teacher’s Day is an important occasion for all educational institutions and shows respect for the hard work and education of all respected teachers. On this day we organize some cultural events where children participate in the event in front of their parents.

Independence Day

We celebrate Independence Day every year on 15th August through cultural programs arranged by our members. Independence day is the day to remember the heroic martyrs of our country and their sacrifices. To celebrate this freedom, with the help of some children and villegers we arrange some inspirational dramas and programs. On this day we have organized Blood Donation Camp to encourage youths to take social responsibility.
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Children’s Day

Every year on 14th November we celebrate Children’s Day with the aim of spreading child awareness among the common people. Children’s Day is celebrated across India to increase awareness about the rights, education, and welfare of children. We have been working on various child development programs from the beginning of our journey so this day is very important for us. On this day all the children and students participated in the rally organized by our organization. 

Durga Puja

Rath Yatra

Republic Day and Saraswati Puja