‘Red Day’ celebrated at Hat Trick Public School
Srinagar: Hat Trick Public School, a unit of Chowdhary Group, Monday celebrated ‘Red Day’ to introduce color red to kindergarten students. The event also made the little tots aware about different articles present in their surroundings.
Following a unique concept being adopted in education in Europe, the kids at Hat Trick Public School were asked to collect as many articles including their own toys available with them at home which are red in color.
Around 90 students of the three sections of KG classes participated in the event and displayed their articles red in color in their class rooms.
The students identified all the articles, read their names and were made aware about the importance of the articles they had collected. The students were also awarded for making best collections.
On the occasion the best students from each class were chosen as Master Red and Miss Red for their best collections, dresses they had worn, props they had used. The students were also awarded on the occasion.
From KG 1 A Farisah Shakeel and Maryam Suhail, Makeen Basharat and Saleh Muhammad Razi from KG 2 and Zainub Tafazul Chest and Tamana Azad were declared as Master Reds and Miss Red.
Speaking on the occasion Principal of the School Siraj Ahmad Bhat said observing Red Day has a meaning and theme. He said Hat Trick Public School celebrated the Red Day in the school primarily to introduce color Red to children and also make them aware about the things in their surroundings.
He said Red Day is being observed in the West to make people conscious of heart ailments.
He said school will also organize blood donations camps to observe the Red Day in future.
Speaking on the occasion Chairman Chowdhary Group Showkat Chowdhary complemented the students and the teachers for organizing the event.
During the event the children presented skits, recited rhymes on the theme Red.
Chowdhary said the motive of the school is to impart quality education and by involving students with real life experience.
Former Executive President J&K Bank Tafazal Hussain who was the chief guest on the occasion said school is working on a unique model and administration is more than satisfied with the working of the school.
Prof Hawa Bashir, Muazam Bakshi (hotelier), Aysha Saleem, Nisar Geelani, presented awards to the students from each class who emerged winner in the completion of collecting best articles.
Chief Guest Tafazul Hussain awarded KG II teachers for best presentation from their students.