Bhubaneswar: ‘Junior Confluence’, the 3-day annual cultural event orgnaised by SAI Angan concluded Saturday. The school children performed on three different themes Umang, Sanaz and Jashna on three consecutive days.
On the valedictory day, the little artistes of Class-II and Class-III showcased the various festivals of the country on the theme ‘Jashna’. The tiny tots left the audience spell bound with their wonderful synchronization and brilliant presentation.
On the occasion Harish Sanduja, Principal, SAI International School briefed the audience on the various achievements of SAI and SAIoneers. Chairman Dr BK Sahoo urged the parents to inspire their children to face the various challenges of life with confidence, inculcate empathy and spread happiness.
On the inaugural day, students from play group to KG-I, performed on the theme, “Umang’. Students of KG-II and Class-I performed on the theme, “Sanaz”, enacting the traditional dance forms of India.
Established in the year 2015, SAI Angan has been ranked as the best Pre-School of Bhubaneswar consecutively for two years by the Education World India Preschool Rankings 2016 and 2017. (PNN)
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