Junior School Labour Day
1st May 2013

Appreciation Day
“Those who have the ability to be grateful are the ones who have the ability to achieve greatness”. Steve Maraboli
The junior students of DPS – MIS showed their gratitude to the working community by celebrating May 1st and 2nd as the ‘Appreciation day’. The day saw assemblies conducted by the Nursery, Prep, Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3. The tiny tots of the Nursery stressed the theme of labour day in their melodious song. The support staffs were appreciated for their effort with small gifts and cards coloured by the students themselves.
The Preparatory classes dressed up as ‘People who help us’ were found quizzing with the audience. An overwhelming response was given by all the children.

Grade I did it different with tools and costumes of plumbers, gardeners, mechanics and what not!.
Grade II presented themselves well with head gears and placards to symbolize various professions and each one spoke on the significance of their work. The kids had put in a lot of effort to wheel out a melodious work song to appreciate the services of those people who have brought a difference in our lives.
Grade III made their assembly impressive with a short skit that highlighted the significance of the word ‘appreciation’.

The most attractive part in all the assemblies was the scintillating performance of the respective choirs conveying through their sweet songs the value of labour.
The presence of the Principal and Vice Principal and their inspirational speeches sensitized the children on the importance of the day.

Students did not forget to give cards and gifts to the support staff of the DPS fraternity as a token of their appreciation for all their support.

In short each child in the junior section realized, remembered and recognized the role played by the work force in the community in making our lives pleasant and comfortable. They seemed to be convinced that “all labour that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance”.
More photos - from Class Prep More photos from Class 1
More photos from Class 2 More photos from Class 3