Parents’ Day Concert 2015-16

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November 11, 2015
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Parents’ Day Concert 2015-16

DSC_4486Our Parents’ day concert was held on the 10th of December 2015! This is the 6th annual parents’ day concert of the school, which is in the 7th year since inception.

This is the occasion when Parents come to see their children perform on stage. All children are given an opportunity to appear on stage. It gives the parents immense joy to see their child on stage, the tiny tot swaying to a song. The older children are given an opportunity to speak. Some are MCs, some take part in a play. We had a packed hall, with eager families of the participating children, vying to get the best seats so that they could get the best view/picture of their child.DSC_4539

The planning for this started way back in September when the songs were finalized. Practice started in October prior to the holidays and was an enriching experience for all of us to teach and learn from the younger lot. They were so enterprising adding their own nuances to the dance steps. some would initially stand and watch and once they started dancing, it was a surprise for us to see them perform.

This was the first  time the children enacted a play – based on their favourite story, “The Gruffalo”. The planning for the play started in June – twice a week, every week, the story on which the play was based, was read to the older children. They all knew the lines by heart. Finally we had to give them roles which suited them the best and their ability to face an audience. They were nervous on the final evening, seeing the large crowd of people, but stayed strong in the line of fire and delivered lines like none other.DSC_4583

On the occasion, I took the opportunity, to speak about Montessori methods, Maria Montessori and how alumni of the Montessori methods now are in commandeering positions the world over. I take this opportunity to thank my dear students, my teachers, dance choreographer and support staff for helping bring this show the way it was!



Shivamala Narasappa
Shivamala Narasappa
Shivamala has been teaching children using the Montessori methods in India and abroad. She has trained in the USA and has a Diploma in Montessori education from AMI (Association Montessori Internationale along with a Masters in Education (M.Ed.) degree from Loyola college in Maryland (USA). Shivamala also has B.Sc. and MBA degrees.Teaching and working with children is a passion, that inspired her to start her own Montessori pre-school in Richmond town, Bangalore.

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