Indirapuram Public School for Girls organised Baby’s Day Out in its campus

The deluge of creativity that lies in a child’s brain can leave adults astonished. Although, their mind is free, it needs some direction to sharpen their creativity, hence, Indirapuram Public School for Girls on Saturday, 24th March, 2018 organised Baby’s Day Out in its campus at Khagaul.

It was a platform for small children to explore their own self. Students from various schools participated and showcased their talent at the stage provided by the Indirapuram Public School for Girls.

The objective of the show was to provide a platform for positive exchange of ideas and a comfortable forum for sharing thoughts. Different activities had been lined up by the school related to Fine motor skills, Gross motor Skills, and cognitive skills. This helped them to increase their concentration and developed better control over attention, memory and problem solving skills.

Talking to PatnaBeats, Principal of the Indirapuram Public School for Girls, Arti Jha said, “The event was all about celebrating the uniqueness in the kids and working on polishing it.” She further added, “The kid should feel good about who they are and should support each other. ” Talking about why such platforms are important for kids she said, ” It helps in developing the self esteem and facing diversity, the kids should learn how one should carry themselves irrespective of  the differences.

The chief guests of the events were, Mrs. Asia Universal 2017 Dr. Manisha Ranjan.

This event was to enhance the overall personality of the students. In past Indirapuram Public School for Girls have organized National level events that give students, and the city a chance to explore the horizons. In Februry they hosted the Hot Air Balloon Festival for a week in which the city explored its skies.

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