Celebrating events and festivals in schools is an integral part of learning and building strong cultural beliefs in a child. It is not only an opportunity for the children to learn about their culture and traditions, but also a way for them to bond with their peers, teachers, and family. By celebrating important days, children can gain a deeper understanding of the values that make up their culture. Furthermore, it helps to create a sense of belongingness among the students by allowing them to share fun memories.
Preprimary children celebrate Dussehra by listening to glorified stories of Ramayana and seeing the burning of the effigy of Raavana. They play Ram Leela in the full getup.
This festival of Punjab gets life in WWIS when our tiny tots celebrate it with ground nuts, popcorn, and sweets.
A visit to a church, decoration of a crib, taking gifts from Santa Claus, and singing hymns are done by children during Christmas.
Hand-made Rakhis are sent to Indian soldiers of Kargil by girls of WWIS.
Teacher`s Day is celebrated every year by the students with full vigor and excitement. Students express their gratitude and appreciation for their teachers on this day.
"Every child is a unique flower and all together make this world a beautiful garden."
children's day celebration took place in World Way International School.
Navratri and Garba
Vibrant colours, joy, music ,dance and cute little children in traditional attires were witnessed today in the morning during the navratri celebration of "pearls of wisdom."