Let your hard work propel you to a speed so fast that good luck has no choice but to ride with a winner like you.
Staford School celebrated a good luck party for the incredible students of class X, whoare going to appear in their forthcoming Board exams. The host of the event was Class IX. They had invited all teachers & staff of the school along with the Principal of the school, Mrs. Ratna Khanna and the Pre-Primary Coordinator, Ms. Rizwan Fatima as special invitees to grace the occasion and boost up the morale of ClassX students.
The special guests who happened to be the students of Class X were given a traditional warm welcome by applying tilak.Sparsh, Eram, Roma and Satyam led the program throughout and held the audience withtheir compering. The Class teacher of class X, Ms.AishaAlvi, along with the representatives of students from her class cut the cake and initiated the program.
A special dance performance by Tiny Tots of Class Nursery, woneveryone’s heart. Theselittle starsleft no stone unturned in wishing their seniors good luck.The students of class IX spoke few lines on each student of Class X andpresented best of luck cards to them.A lovely dance performance on the song ‘papa kahte hain bada naam karega’ left everyone spellbound.
It was followed by awarding titles to the students of Class X. It was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.A Good Luck poem recited by Satyam and the song sung by Class V students made the environment a truly blessed one. An entertaining game was also organized for the students of Class X where they had to light 14 candles with a matchstick.
Good Luck wishes to students are incomplete without teachers’ blessings. A solemn round of blessing by Rizwan mam and the subject teachers of Class X along with the gifts followed next. In the end, Umama and Nausheen of Class X sung a melodious thank-you song for the school.
The Principal of the school, Mrs. Ratna Khanna, in her address to the students of class X, said that this type of programsalways boost up the morale of thestudents and convince them that theyare very special. She said that success doesn’t come by chance; a consistent, committed and rigorous practice is required to achieve success in any sphere of life. Giving study tips to the students she professed how success comes from time management; it is nothing but keeping close to your aim, proceed coherently and managing time wisely. She hoped that students will cherish the lessons inculcated in their character throughout their lives. She wished them to achieve success in Board examination and promised them a grand farewell party when they will be going for Std. XII examination.
The party concluded with the refreshments especially arranged for the students by their juniors.