The Indian Community School Kuwait (ICSK), Amman felicitated the 280 graduates of the pre-primary section to the primary section on 14 March. An important milestone was completed in their lives, and it was a special day for the parents of the aspiring graduates who were hopeful for a bright future for their children.
The event began with the Islamic prayer by cute Shahid of UKG, which was followed by the prayer song, national anthems of Kuwait and India and a vibrant welcome song by the junior choir of ICSK Amman. The auspicious lamp was lit by the Chief Guest – Dr. Eaaswarkhanth Muthukrishnan, Principal Rajesh Nair, Vice Principal Dr. Mary Isaac and Pre-Primary supervisor Julie Anthony. The welcome speech was delivered by the Principal Mr. Rajesh Nair, who never fails to inspire the parents. Mr. Rajesh shared some light and emotional moments that brought out smiles and hope in each and every parent.
ICSK Amman was blessed to have the most apt Chief Guest, Dr. Eaaswarkhanth Muthukrishnan, a Genomics Scientist at Dasman Diabetes Institute in Kuwait. He patiently distributed 280 certificates to the ICSK graduating children. In his speech, he rightly said that we must avoid imposing our dreams on children and we must allow them to choose and explore their passions.
Dr. Eaaswarkhanth appreciated the teachers for their painstaking efforts in moulding the children into not just good academicians but into good human beings as well. It was an insightful and inspiring speech that truly was an eye opener to the parents.
Pre-Primary supervisor Julie Anthony went down the memory lane by sharing her wonderful experiences with the blooming buds.
The much awaited annual magazine of ICSK Amman, Darpan 2018 – 2019 was released by the chief guest in the presence of the editorial board members. Darpan 2018-2019 is the result of the work by several teachers and students who made the compilation a huge success.
During the event, there were amazing performances like the Flower dance, fusion and patriotic dance where the children enthralled the audience. One of the highlights of the event was when the little graduates, who were barely five years old gave exemplary welcome and thank you messages to the audiences and their teachers respectively.