Rejoicing the precious bond, The Shriram Millennium School, Gurugram celebrated “Daddy’s Day In”


The selfless love of a father is pivotal in nurturing the child. Celebrating the contribution and efforts of a father, The Shriram Millennium School, Gurugram, celebrated “Daddy’s Day In” at its premises.

The enthusiastic daddies transfused positive energy and did every bit to make the day special for the little ones. The students of Ankur, Kalika, and Grade 1 had participated. A mesmerizing story telling session followed by an enchanting magic show held the children spellbound. ‘Master Chef’ daddies provided nutrient rich food to support optimal growth and development of the children through non-fire cooking and they also tried their hands on art and craft and other fun filled sport activities. It was a wonderful opportunity for the children to strengthen their bond and spend time with their daddies!

Fathers, while expressing their feelings on this occasion, appreciated the efforts of school authorities for this unique idea of involving fathers in such celebrations. They said such type of events help them to know their children better and to nurture their relationship with them.

Mrs. Uttara Singh, Director, The Shriram Millennium School, Gurugram expressed her joy and happiness, while speaking on the occasion, “A dad is someone who wants to catch you before you fall but instead picks you up, brushes you off, and let you try again. Daddy’s Day In was one of the efforts of the school to recognize the contribution that fathers make to the lives of their children. ”

The Shriram Millennium School motto “Vidya Dadaati Vinyam” means wisdom fosters humility. True to this our students are encouraged to develop sound ethical values. Sensitivity, respect, humility, integrity, the pursuit of excellence & pride in one’s own heritage are instilled within a safe nurturing environment. The learning process at our school is both challenging and enjoyable and parents are as much a part of all events and activities in school as our children and teachers.

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