‘Constitution is not a were lawyers document, it is a vehicle of life and its spirit is always the spirit of the age’ – B.R Ambedkar
26th January is a day full of nationalistic sentiment and sprit to every citizen of India Republic. The day marks the adaptation of the world’s largest constitution by the largest Democracy. Our LHTA ions are too enthusiastic to mark the day in its historical memorandum. The prestigious tricolor is hoisted by the chairman amidst the school fraternity. The students of houses (Fire,Air,Earth,Sky) demonstrated their pin point precision and respect in their parade. Patriotic songs, skit, drama is performed by the students. We pledge to uphold the glory of the motherland in all walks of life and set example in all dedicated deeds.
Independence Day is annually celebrated on 15 August, as a national holiday in India commemorating the nation’s independence from the United Kingdom on 15 August 1947, the day when the UK Parliament passed the Indian Independence Act 1947 transferring legislative sovereignty to the Indian Constituen
Gandhi Jayanti is an event celebrated in India to mark the birth anniversary of Mohandas Gandhi, born 2 October 1869. It is celebrated annually on 2 October, and it is one of the three national holidays of India.
Science Fair is a yearly affair where all our students present their projects in practical working model, display boards, reports as well as audio visual creations. Science fair do encourage all students to be creative and also participate in technology activities. It is really crucial to motivate students towards science and uplift their confidence in presenting it before parents, friends and all those who visit the fair.
‘The universal brotherhood of man is our most precious possession.’ – Mark Twain
When the whole world is prioritizing the message of universal brotherhood for world peace and harmony, we Indians should take pride in our ancient culture and heritage. So rich our culture is. Although “Raksha Bandhan’ was started with Brother-Sister relationship, bond and love but we have reached to its optimum level. The festival is more than a Brother-Sister bond today but a National bond that ties all the citizens in the secret thread of Indian brother hood taking “Unity in Diversity’ onto new platform. We too the LHTA ians celebrate the day with pomp and pleasure. We tie the secret thread of love, respect with our schoolmates.
‘Our children can achieve great things when we set high expectations for them’
– Jeb Bush (American Politic)
There roars a breeze in the garden of Little Hearts in which toss the blooming buds- the cheering faces of LHTAians. So is our atmosphere where we take pride to nature our children. The birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru is celebrated as ‘Children’s Day’ on 14th November every year. The teachers decorate the school, classrooms to welcome to our buds. Different cultural events like Annual School FASHION SHOW is organized. The teachers perform special skit to tribute the children. The celebration spreads the care, affections.
Community service is a very effective manner to offer help to the community in which we all reside. There are several ways to serve the community and LHTA is always forward to offer help as well as encourage students and staff for the same.We strongly believe that serving and sharing our time for the community is really a vital part of our duty.
In the process of it, students are motivated towards offering service to community as well as gain a learning experience. It not only grows their spirit of helping but they also explore new knowledge via these services. An element of learning which is well balanced with serving aspect is very crucial in one’s growth. Helping in improvement of surrounding plays an important role in building one’s character for a better future.
‘A rainy dull sky glimmers into the eye of the beholder when Rainbow comes, likely the hearts of the Indians dance with the shower when Holi comes.’
Truly the most vibrant and colourful festival of India- Holi is marked with fun and fervor throughout the country. The colours are believed to signify the energy, vivacity and vitality of life. Scriptures says, it celebrates the triumph of ‘good’ over ‘bad’ but for us it is something more. It is a festival of togetherness, fulfillment, compassion, forgiveness. Our school celebrates the festival to its fullest. The tiny dappled coloured blooming cheeks of our toddlers in our school premises replicate the garden of the Almighty.
‘May Nandlala’s flute bring the melody of love and the rainbow of happiness in everyone’s life.’
This is the day when our Paradise used to be crowded with hundreds of little Krishanas. The full day is packed with various activities and events. Songs, dances are performed by our students. Junior kids come by adorning themselves in the costumes of Krishna. The most joyful and interesting event is the ‘Matki Phor’ by the gangs of boys and girls.