It is a grand event where as many as 1500 children perform onstage. Annual Day is a grand celebration of the school graced by the top dignitaries of the city. Each and every child of Poddar Brio participates in the day-long stage presentation and some children receive prizes for excellence throughout the year. Proud parents see the culmination of the year – long achievements of their child and enjoy the spectacular show by the little ones. The themes for the Annual Day have always been child oriented. Some of them are: ‘Rishtey’, Community Helpers etc.
Grandparents are a family’s greatest entity, the architect of a loving heritage, the greatest storytellers, the guardian of traditions. Grandparents are the family’s strongest foundation. To honor them Poddar BrioInternational School celebrates “Grandparents Day” every year.
Grandparents' Day is celebrated for the grandparents of the children, and witnesses an enthusiastic participation by all the Dada – Dadis and the Nana – Nanis for our little ones. This day is celebrated for honoring, showing love and receiving blessings from the grandparents for the children and their entire families. This celebration, full of dance, fun and joy, serves to inculcate family bonding and good family values in the children. We at Poddar Brio ensure to transport the Grandparents back to their childhood by making them participate in fun – filled games, dance and enjoy with them.
To celebrate the spirit of patriotism, we celebrate Independence Day in the month of August. Our little kids look adorable as little Gandhiji, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, and they look beautiful dressed in tri colors.
Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated in the month of August. The entire school is decorated and children dress up as Krishna and Radha. Skit on Krishn Leela and dances are performed by the kids. Dahi Handi is the main attraction of this festival.
The brother sister bond is one of the most unique and beautiful relationship. This feeling of oneness and bonding is created through celebration of Raksha Bandhan.
Every year Ganpati festival is celebrated with great pomp and gaiety by kids. They prepare Ganesha idols with the clay and enjoy the festival.
The birth anniversary of the former President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan is observed as Teacher's Day on 5th September. Children come dressed up as their favorite teachers and enjoy acting like them.
The birth anniversary of Gandhiji is celebrated in the month of October. Children dress up as Bapu and recount his famous slogans.
Dussehra, celebrated in the month of October, is a festival that symbolizes the victory of good over the evil. The students dramatize the story of Ramayana.
The festival of lights is celebrated in the month of November. The entire school is decorated with posters and diya's. Rangolis are made by the students and children come dressed in traditional clothes.
Children's Day is a special day that celebrates childhood, the most wonderful stage in the life of a person. Teachers make this day special for them by presenting dance and skits.
Christmas is a time to give and forgive. Celebrated everywhere as a joyous family affair, we too, at school celebrate Christmas as a happy time for our children. A special assembly of the little children is held in the pre primary premises. “We wish you a merry Christmas…”, “Dashing through the snow…” filled the air with festivity. Teachers dress up as Santa and give chocolates to kids.
Makar Sankranti is mainly a harvest festival and the festival of joy and happiness. Celebrating festivals in school bring the awareness and build cultural belief in children.
Makar Sankranti is a festival of flying kites Children dress up in festive attire and celebrate the festival by flying kites..