Children's Day in India is a day to recognise that children are most important and valued members of our society. It's a day to celebrate children just for being themselves. A day to listen to children, to marvel at their uniqueness and all they have to offer. Most importantly, it is a reminder that children need love and respect to grow to their full potential. SFS academy celebrated children’s day on November 14 which marks the birthday of Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru, first Prime Minister of independent India and he who believed that the future of the country rested on its children. He loved and adored children; therefore his birthday is celebrated nation-wide as a day for enjoyment, innocence, kindness and hope.
SFS Academy and its faculty left no stone unturned in making this day a very memorable one for all its students. A grand program and fun filled day began with welcoming the guests of honour Rev. Fr. Joshy Thazhathukunnel. The main guests of the event were the Head boy- Master Sushanth. K, Head girl- Ms Vaidurya Samaga, Sports secretary- Master Ranak Sengupta and the Cultural secretary- Ms. Srilakshmi Sajith. The event began with a prayer dance by the teachers, followed by a huge array of programs by all faculty members which included folk dances, western dances, song representations and medleys. A wonderful speech was also given by the teachers showing love, care and appreciation for each one of them. Rev. Fr. P M Lawrence, Principal of SFS Academy, gave a very special song performance in three different languages to all students. He involved the students in activities making them feel joyful and special. He also conducted a magic show and involved in the dances of the teachers. Throughout the program the enthusiasm and burst of energy remained as students thoroughly enjoyed each and every moment. Sweets were distributed in classes, games and activities were conducted making sure that each child felt loved and cared for.