The fifth of September is observed as Teacher’s Day every year to honour the birth of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, India’s second president, and a brilliant teacher. His remarkable contribution is undeniable to Indian education.
Teachers have a significant impact on students’ development as decent citizens and people. Therefore, a variety of events were planned on this day to show their appreciation.
On the 5th of September the students of SHEAT Public School, Varanasi, organized the Teacher’s Day program with incredible gusto and zeal. All the teachers were surprised with a warm welcome at the school gate, with a decoration of the entrance gate, flowers, and cards. Students express their gratitude and appreciation for their teachers on this day.
All program was conducted by SHEAT’s students. They organised various activities to show denote their love, respect, acknowledgment, and recognition of the hard work put in by the teachers towards their development. Which begins as per the Indian culture, always with prayer. After the prayer, one student from every class delivered teacher’s day speech with their unique idea.
Additionally, students put on a glittering cultural performance to express their love, respect, acknowledgment, gratitude, and recognition of the hard work put in by the teachers towards their development. The cultural programs incorporated poems, songs, dance, and drama. They also entertained teachers by arranging some fun activities for them. All programs and activities were organised in such a way, that indicates teachers play a vital role in making their pupils accountable citizens of tomorrow and wonderful human beings. They are the cornerstone of students’ future and there’s nothing worth enough to gratify them for their selfless work and commitment. All teachers enjoyed and appreciated the program. The program concluded with the principal’s address. The principal extended his heartiest thanks to all the students on behalf of the staff. He praised the new prefects for their effective collaboration as well.