Activities – August 2015
On 15th August 2015 Little Flower School, Loni celebrated 69th Independence Day in a very splendid manner. Commandant, Mr.Digamber Patil and Mrs. Patil graced the occasion as the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour respectively. After unfurling the National Flag, The school choir group presented patriotic songs in a melodious manner. The students of different houses like Emerald, Sapphire, Coral and Ruby showed courage, unity and faith through their march past. The students like Aher Manas from class I Daisy, Saini Swapnil from class II Rose, Patil Pooja from class VIII and Sarnot Saloni from class X expressed their patriotic feeling through speeches. They threw light on inspiring history of India, the progress made by India and better future of India. The students of all four house showed unity and harmony by presenting wonderful yoga demo. Students of std. IX and X took this occasion as an opportunity to pay tribute to Dr.kalam by focusing on his work. The Chief Guest appreciated the students’ performance and motivated them through his speech. The programme came to an end with sweet distribution and Vande Mataram.
Founder’s Day Celebration
On 29th August 2015 the birth Anniversary of Padmashri Dr. Vitthalrao Vikhe Patil was observed as Farmer’s Day. The Principal paid tribute to this great soul by garlanding his portrait. This was followed by the speeches delivered by the students of class IX and X. Miss Anjlina of class X threw light on his devotion and dedication in solving the problems of the farmers. Master Abhishek Gaikawad spoke about the significant role of farmers in the development of the country. He focussed on the plight of the Indian farmers today and the need to establish firm and stable policies to save them. Master Harshwardhan Bawke spoke about the need to encourage the farmers to incorporate maximum technology and scientific methods in performing day to day agriculture work. As a teacher’s representative Mrs. Deepali paid tribute to Padmashri by stating his contribution for the welfare of the farmers. Finally the school principal guided one and all to develop respectful attitude towards farmers and farming.
Annual Prize Day : 2014-15
[Session I : KG- Class III]
The Annual Prize Day of our school, held on 30th August,2015 was a day of great joy and excitement. It was held in two sessions in the Indoor Sports Facility Hall of Sanik school. During the first session held between 10 a.m. to 1p.m. the students from KG to Class III were awarded for their excellence in the areas like Class Toppers, General Proficiency, Good Progress , Good Conduct and 100% Attendance by the Chief Guest Dr. Annasaheb Tambe, Secretary of PRES and the Guest of Honour Dr. Nalini Ghatge ,the Principal of College of Home Science . The school Principal’s Annual Report was followed by the encouraging speeches of the guests of the session. The littlites gave 12 beautiful performances which included dances, dramas and group songs. Pray for India , Tu Buddhi De, Dignity of Labour and the drama – Zansi Ki Rani received a big round of applause. The Programme came to an end with National Anthem .
Annual Prize Day : 2014-15
[Session II : Class IV- X]
Little Flower School celebrated the second session of its Annual Prize Day on 30th Aug. 2015 between 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the gracious presence of the noteworthy Chief Guest Hon’ble Brigadier Jagdishchandra Bagul, the Director of Pravara Public School and the Guest of Honour Colonel Saniv Mallick, Campus Director Engineering college Loni. Around 73 students were awarded by the distinguished guests for their splendid achievements during the academic year 2014-15 in the areas as Class Toppers, General Proficiency, Good Progress , Good Conduct and 100% Attendance. This was followed by our school Principal’s Annual Report. The Chief Guest in his speech congratulated the prize winners for their remarkable achievements and inspired one and all to make oneself ever better. The students of class X compered the entire programme very effectively. During this session the students focused on the theme of the cultural programme ‘ Cherishing Indian Values’ through their performances. The presentation of Patriotic Dance [X], Tiger Dance [VIII] Bamboo Dance[VI} and Drama on Dr. Kalam [VII] and on Bhagatsingh [IX} were the marvellous performances of the day. There was an overwhelming response and support from the parents. The audience left home with sweet memories of this grand celebration after the National Anthem in sign language.