“Grandparents’ Grandeur Celebration”

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“Grandparents’ Grandeur Celebration” 

 “Grandparents are meant for kisses and hugs,
For watching rainbows and catching bugs,
For baking all of your favourite things,
For books to read and songs to sing.”

 “Grandparents’ Grandeur” Celebration of the Little Champs at the Assembly Hall of TJIS on Saturday, 10th February, 2018. All the children of the Little Champs of TJIS from the tiny tots of Grade Nursery to the young adults of class V celebrated ‘Grandparents Grandeur’ where the grandparents were the Guests of Honour. This celebration by the school was a humble way which taught the students for letting their grandparents know their irreplaceable role in their lives. We believe that progress with values, ascent with firm roots of family bonds, and academic excellence with compassion are the essential ingredients for the holistic development of a child.  

     ‘Grandparents Grandeur’ Celebration was a significant milestone in the child’s journey in our school. This programme specially prepared for the grandparents over days of regular practice and over brimming excitement, made the day a much awaited occasion by grandparents and grandchildren alike. The children acted with unforeseen initiative and energy to present the best programme for their grandparents.

"Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children."

     Singing and dancing always go hand in hand. The ecstasy of showcasing something new was evident when the soulful songs and the sprightly dances were well presented by the students which made a complete entertaining day. The welcome song ‘Symphonious Sizzler’ paved the way for the beautiful programme to commence. Then our Honourable Principal, Mr. M.K. Panda delivered the “Grandparents’ Grandeur” address. Our little stars of Class Nursery to II especially deserve and merit a special mention, as they are most definitely the “apple of their Grandparents’ eyes”.  Their group dance on ‘Humane Heart’ on the song ‘Dadi Amma Man Jayo’ really left the audience emotionally awestruck. The vibrancy of the group dance ‘Frolic Fiesta’ was such that the grandparents were overwhelmed to the point of actually willing to join in and be participative in the dance. The Little Champs choir sung the ‘Medley Mishmash’ which outlived all sermons in the memory. What a precious sight it was to witness the gathering giggle and wiggle with joy. The most enthralling was the ‘Solo Dance’ performance. It was a first of its kind experience for the children as well as their grandparents as they mingled and jingled in the revelry of the day. The purity of their bonding cannot be expressed enough in words, but the glow of happiness and love visible on their faces was testimony to this universal truth.

     The grandparents also participated in playing many games like ‘Fluster Flap’ in which they had to perform the opposite of the action said. The second game was ‘Pyramid Plunge’ in which they had to make the pyramid with the thermocol glasses within one minute. The last game was ‘Rhythmic Randehvo’ in which they had to recognize the maximum number of tunes of the old songs. The harmonious chords of musical instruments created audible magic for one and all. The tunes of 60s and 70s like ‘Yeh sham mastani’, Zindagi Ek safar’, etc. swayed the graceful audience to their golden days of effervescence. The thrill of various games played and transported our guests of senior years to their young and carefree days and they connected with their grandchildren as if they were one with them. The winners of the respective games who received gifts from the Headmistress, Ms. Soumee Sarkar were as follows:-

Name of the Game

Name of the Winner (Grandfather / Grandmother)

Name of the Student

Fluster Flap

Mrs. Renu Agarwal

Aaradhya Agarwal (L.K.G.) &

Kopal Agarwal (IV)

Pyramid Plunge

Mr. M.L.Verma

Nishit Verma (I)

Rhythmic Randehvo

Mr. D.B.Yadav

Atharv Yadav (III)


     The celebration concluded with the Vote of Thanks given by the Headmistress, Ms. Soumee Sarkar where she called up and thanked all the teachers who had worked off stage in making the event a successful one. At last, the National Anthem was sung by one and all present there. The function ended on a high note, with everyone fully satiated with the love and companionship of each other, and with the hope that the coming year brings much more love, good health and gaiety in everyone’s lives.

“Age is a matter of feeling not of years. A grandfather is someone with silver in his hair and gold in his heart. A grandmother is a babysitter who watches the kids instead of the television.” 

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