Thursday, December 31, 2009
The Millennium School holds Christmas carnival at Kurukshetra
The Millennium School holds Christmas carnival
Kurukshetra, December 25
The Millennium School celebrated Christmas with a vibrant extravagant carnival at sector 17 Mall.
While speaking on the occasion the vice President of the TMS Kurukshetra, which is open for admissions for the next academic session to commence in April 2010 and will be a trend setter in school education. It is the first few in India to implement One-on-One learning (where each child is given a laptop that enhances teaching-learning in classrooms) as well as among the first few Schools in the country to introduce the advanced learning system called the Millennium Learning System among others The Millennium School Kurukshetra is part of a nationwide network of schools that are being set up leveraging a specially designed Millennium Learning System. The Millennium School, Kurukshetra , an Western Education Society initiative, is all set to raise the bar of excellence in school education in the region via this advanced learning system.
Students participated in the face painting contest, drawing, dancing and fancy dress competition. Winners of these contests were specially awarded with surprise gifts. Tattoo making and magic show stole hearts of gathering at the carnival. Children and grown ups equally enjoyed the fun games and antics the magician played with them.
The Santa Claus had a busy time distributing toffees, chocolates and gifts to the children and bid them the best of year ahead.
Some of the children came decked up as Santa Claus and danced to the tunes of jingle bells making everybody tap their feet.
Gathering at the carnival, especially children were acquainted with importance of the day and birth of Lord Jesus, the son of God.