Staford School believes in making children conscious of their environment and their culture. This helps them identify with their roots and understand themselves better. Celebrating festivals together and highlighting their significance is therefore very much a part of the school’s routine.
To cultivate a sense of responsibility and the thought of nurturing a bond, Raksha Bandhan was celebrated in the pre-primary section of Staford School on Friday, 8th of August. The festival of Rakhshbandhan celebrates the brother-sister relationship and serves as a unique opportunity to understand the sanctity of this relationship.
To celebrate this event there were presentations, songs, and a demonstration of the ceremony. As a class activity, students crafted Rakhis as a take away for the festival. It was great to see the little ones put in efforts to make the rakhis and they themselves were absolutely thrilled with the whole idea.
The students came dressed in their festive best to celebrate Raksha Bandhan and enjoyed it thoroughly. This celebration in the school brought children closer to each other as they tried to explore another facet of human relationships with their joyous hearts.