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January 25, 2018

Open Day held at SLS

Islamabad

 
January 25, 2018

Rawalpindi: An open day was held at Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori and High School, New Lalazar branch, says a press release.

Attended by all the parents as guests the Montessori and Primary students put up an amazing event in which various themes were displayed followed by a funfair. The program started with the arrival of chief guest Mrs. Bilquis Salam, an individual social worker. The guest was welcomed by the students with a stage performance and a very upbeat jungle themed dance performance. Dancing and clapping the students guided the guests towards the Montessori section of the school.

The Montessori classes looked colorful completely relating to their respective themes. From students dressed up as little birdies chirping in their nests to sharks, starfishes and octopuses depicting sea life, each classroom told a different story. The Junior Montessori students were dressed up as numbers whereas the Senior Montessori students walked around presenting costumes worn in different countries all across the globe. The poems and chants added color to the presentations as the guests clapped and sang along with the students, praising them.

Walking towards the primary section the guests were greeted by tour guides who took them on a tour into classrooms modeled as different countries like Australia, England, Turkey, Japan and Italy. Stepping into each classroom guests were received by students wearing traditional attires explaining the music, food, culture, religion and festivals of that particular country. The chief guest, Mrs. Salam being the resident of UK was delighted to see “England” themed classroom when a group of students dressed up as members of the royal family welcomed her. She appreciated the students and added to their knowledge by sharing interesting facts about the country. The highlight of the event were the cultural dances of each country the impact of which were enhanced through specially designed cultural dresses.

Managing Director SLS Schools, Asiya Talha thanked the chief guest and appreciated the students and teachers for such a tremendous show. The day ended on a happy note in the afternoon with a Funfair for all.