Organised at the Rajni Kumar Hall of Friendship and Peace at the school premises, the event turned out to be a grand-gala affair
Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan organised a special assembly to welcome a delegation of 26 members from Kazakhstan that included School Principals, teachers, students and UNESCO Club Leaders.
The rich tradition and culture of India was showcased through a beautiful Bharatnatyam dance performance. The singers enchanted the visitors as they serenaded a medley of songs.
The visitors presented the local flavours through their cultural performances. The delegates were escorted by Mrs Ambika Roshan, Principal, Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan on a round of the school. They engaged in an interesting activity in the Innovation Lab and later shared their experiences with the students learning foreign languages. They also visited the Junior School and the School’s Special Needs Centre to learn more about the Indian education system and inclusive schooling.
In his address, Mr Beisembayev Gani, Leader of the Kazakhstan National Federation of UNESCO Clubs expressed his gratitude to the school for forging new ties of friendship.
Giving her greetings on the occasion, Dr Jyoti Bose, Director, Springdales Schools complimented the visitors for their wonderful performances and highlighted that such exchanges between students strengthen bonds between two nations.
The visit concluded with the presentation of mementoes to the ambassadors of peace and friendship from Kazakhstan.