It's not what's under the tree that mattersbut who is gathered around it.
The students and staff at KCIS celebrated Christmas with a festive spirit on 22/12/17,Friday at the schoolpremises. Not only a single day but the entire week was packed with fun-filled and educative activities related to the theme of the Christmas.To explore the creativity of the kids various activities were conducted within and outside the classrooms.The little kids created master pieces under the guidance of their respective teachers.The highlight was the Christmas tree decoration Activity which wasenjoyed the most by the tiny tots.
The most awaited event was the Christmascelebration on December 22,the event started at 10:00 am as the special guest,our respected principal sir arrived.The programme started with a skit depicting the important events related to the birth of Jesus Christ.The little kids gave a wonderful presentation all dressed up in the get up mother Mary,Joseph,Angel Gabriel,Inn keeper and the three wise men.The angels' joyous dance, Christmas and Carols took the audience to another world. But The cutest of all were our youngest kids , beautifully dressed in the get up of Christmas trees.They looked super adorable while performing on the song ‘ I am the happiest x-mas .The entire play wasinterspersed byCarols,action song and dances by the children of Pre-Primary and PrimaryWing together.
In the end,the dearest of all Santa Claus made a grand entry, dancing on thebeat of jingle bells.The biggestdelight was that he brought a huge cake with him for thelittle munchkins and our dear principal sir,whoshares his b'day with Jesus Christs.Along with kids hecut the cake and distributed candies among the kids to bring smiles on their lovelyfaces.The entire event was well appreciated by the Principal Sir.He exclaimed that the KCIS Super-kids were outstanding and theyhold a special place in his heart.
The senior and junior wing of KCIS also celebrated Christmas with zeal. The special assembly began with Ms Aenny singing a carol. This was followed by talks and poems on Christmas by some of the students. Then a wonderful dance portraying the birth of Jesus Christ was performed and this was followed by a choir. The celebration ended with ‘Silent Night holy Night’.
Christmas is a time to give and forgive,taught by the lord himself.
We must practice this lesson throughout our lives to make the earth a better place.
Merry Christmas to all!