‘Heroism’ was celebrated with great fervour in the premises of Centre Point School, Amravati Road Bypass, through a musical extravaganza. The enthusiastic and spirited performers of class III paid a befitting tribute to the ‘Heroes’ who inspire and motivate us in an extraordinary manner. The Executive Director of Centre Point School Group of Schools, Mukta Chatterjee Ma’am and Academic Head, Centre Point School International, B. Anuradha Ma’am graced the occasion with their presence.
The exuberant performers set the stage ablaze with their scintillating acts one after the other, meticulously woven together through the play ‘Asli Hero Kaun’, enacted by the budding actors of class 3 A. Not only did they enthral the audiences with their acting prowess, but also anchored the entire programme with ease. While on their journey to discover the ‘Asli Hero’, they took the opportunity to salute various heroes.
Class 3 C chose to sing the laurels for the heroes from our glorious past – Chhatrapati Shivaji and his seven great Maratha warriors. Their valour was exemplary and would continue to inspire us. Soaked in ‘veer ras’ the melodious singing by the young artists was certainly a treat to the ears.
Class 3 E appraised the Champions in the field of sports for their indomitable spirit. The splendid rendition of the song ‘Hall of Fame’ not only glorified the sports heroes but was an inspiration for the children themselves. ‘Self-belief can take you places’ was the perfect ‘take away’ for all.
The celebration of heroism can never be complete without saluting the Indian Armed Forces for their gallantry and sacrifices. Drenched in patriotic fervour and dressed in the uniform of the Armed Forces, the little soldiers of class 3B portrayed the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force with perfection. They regaled the spectators with their agile and elegant dance moves.
With a resolve to emulate the heroes, the children of class 3D took to the stage to acknowledge the outstanding acts of fortitude by the little brave hearts who have been the proud recipients of the bravery awards’. Showcasing their skills, the confident dancers swept all by their feet.
Children often try to emulate their parents, their real ‘Heroes’. On this occasion, they made the most of this opportunity to show their gratitude towards these unsung heroes, for their efforts and sacrifices. Last but not least, ‘the hero within’ was also lauded and acknowledged. The concert served for them as an opportunity to showcase and hone their skills. With a hundred per cent participation, it was ensured that each student gets a chance to discover his or her potential and emerge as a hero.
The audience and the Chief Guests were all praises for the young heroes for putting up a spectacular show. Our guest of honour, Mukta Chatterjee Ma’am lauded the children and the staff for their efforts to make the event a success; she also thanked the parents for their unconditional support. With everyone on a high, there could not have been a better way to conclude the programme than by singing the National Anthem. The little heroes of class 3 felt triumphant. The message was conveyed successfully; ‘There’s a hero in each one of us’ and Centre Point School will continue to celebrate heroism.
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