Muscat: The Indian School Wadi Kabir Cambridge International (ISWKi) celebrated its Kindergarten Graduation Day on March 14.
It was a befitting ceremony to celebrate new beginnings for the tiny tots and to bid goodbye to everything that gave them a reason to smile during their time in Kindergarten. The evening began with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp followed by an inspiring speech by the distinguished Chief Guest, Shilpa Pawani.
The smart tiny tots were dressed in graduation robes and caps. The Principal - DN Rao, Special Guest - Rajendra Ved, Pawani and other members of the School Management Committee felicitated the little graduates with certificates of graduation. The little graduates were gifted individual photographs dressed in their graduation gowns.
The little learners enthralled the audience as they danced to tunes displaying their dancing skills with highly coordinated movements. The evening had all parents, teachers, distinguished dignitaries and guests teary-eyed with sheer pride and joy.
The programme ended with an encouraging address by Rao and blessings from Ved, the Executive Director of the School Managing Committees of both ISWK&ISWKi.
Kindergarten graduations are a milestone, not just for the children, but also for parents and teachers who have helped them thrive in their early years. It is a moment to appreciate the children’s innocence before they step into the next 12 years of schooling.
ISWKi Cambridge International is the school of choice, offering the Cambridge Curriculum in Muscat, Oman.