Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (JD)
Udupi, Oct 2: The much anticipated “Crescentta” tiny tots cultural competitions organised by Trinity Central School, Perampally, was held on Monday, October 2, 2023 at Trinity Central School Perampally premises.
Laveena Aroza, former teacher of pre-primary school was the chief guest for the programme.
The programme was inaugurated by unveiling and releasing the model of Pragyan rover from the Vikram lander by the guests. The unique model was created by the students of Trinity Central School.
Speaking on the occasion, Laveena Aroza said, “It's truly a honour to be back among the familiar faces. Let us take a moment to reflect on the messages of Gandhi. Crescentta represents that every child is different and various kinds of flowers make for a beautiful garden. Each child is unique. It's a celebration of diversity. All may not win today in the competitions but every child's participation is much appreciated.”
Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo, principal, Trinity Central School, on the occasion said, “Trinity belongs to Capuchin friars. We have been working here for the past 15 years. To mark the 15-year celebrations of Trinity Central School these programmes have been organised. Crescentta is the second event of our anniversary celebrations. Earlier we had organised “A day in sludge”. The event for tiny tots has been organised on Gandhi Jayanthi because Gandhi loved children very much. We witnessed Vikram lander and Pragyan rover models done by our students. Our little Pragyan and Vikram are active today and are ready to participate in various competitions. Only a few may get the prizes but all will get exciting goodies.”
Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao, administrator and vice-principal Magdaline Lewis, academic coordinator Srinivas, PTA president were present on the dais.
Winners of various competitions were awarded prizes during the valedictory programme.
Laveena Aroza, chief guest was honoured on the occasion. Amrita Ravikumar, Ashwin Correa, Andrea Mendonca, Reshma Kunder, Radhakrishna Acharya were the judges for the competitions.
Tiny tots Saisha, Fathima, Ararthrika, Angelina, and Shibli compered the programme.
Sweenal, a student spoke on the importance of celebrating Gandhi Jayanthi and Mahatma Gandhi.
Faculty member Renita Monteiro welcomed the gathering and another faculty member Anne proposed the vote of thanks.
Action song, fancy dress, drawing and colouring, colouring the rocket competitions were held for the tiny tots aged between 2 to 6 years.