Yet another endeavour by National Public School, Koramangala has
The primary school celebrated August16th-19th, 2011 as Heritage
Week. Various events were organized to promote a nationalistic spirit
among the formative years of a child.
August 16th flagged off the week with a skit portraying the “Quit
India Movement”. Children’s writer Ms. Roopa Pai interacted
with the students through a power point presentation describing
India from A to Z.
Patriotic songs were sung with great fervour and vigour.
Renowned dancers mesmerized the students with a Bharatnatyam
performance depicting the two immortal characters of Lord Rama
and Lord Krishna, the following day.
The week continued to uphold our rich heritage with a rendering
of classical instrumental music played by the famous Triveni group.
The students participated in Heritage Week through a “Show
and Tell” which involved a display of ethnic objects of
traditional value collected from all over the country and spoke
about the same.
They also prepared Power Point Presentations titled “My
India” featuring diverse facets of India such as its rich
architecture, folk dances, musical treasures and variety of clothing.
Prayers in different religions were sung to confirm secularism
and reinforce the prosperous diversity with a healthy respect
for all religions in India.
The entire school was festooned with tri colour balloons and even
the staff endorsed the flag colours as a dress code for the whole
The Heritage week was aptly concluded by a distinguished scholar
of SVYASA who explained the greatness of Bhagvad Gita to the students
and taught them simple shlokas.
Heritage Week was thus an attempt to expose and inform today’s
children of our glorious heritage thereby helping build proud
citizens for the future.