Pune: Cambridge International School (CIS), Chinchwad, hosted its annual day ‘Tarang’ on December 7 with great zeal. The students shared the message of what a privilege it is to be a woman and depicted the value of women in society through their performances.
The guests at the function included Chairman of CIS Dhananjay Varnekar, Secretary, CIS, Dyaneshwar Kalbhor, Mayor of Pimpri-Chinchwad Nitin Kalaje, MLA of Bhosari Mahesh Landge, life coach Capt R Mhetre (retd), Director CIS, Ram Raina, Principal Babita Nair, Vice Principal Sarabjeet Kaur and HOD of Jet India Shirin Vastani, and CIS trustees Sheetal Varnekar and Rajeshree Kalbhor.
Varnekar spoke about the uniqueness of every child and stated, “A child should not be compared with anyone as every child’s individuality is to be appreciated.”
Kalaje said, “Today, there is a requirement of a good school, which inculcates values with academics and Cambridge International School fulfils it.” Further, MLA Landge spoke about the values to be inculcated in a child, which is the need of the hour.
The programme saw various musical performances and multifarious dance forms such as classical, Indo-western, and plays.
Nair presented the annual report highlighting the achievements of the school and students followed by Prize Distribution Ceremony.
Students, who have shown outstanding performance in different fields including scholastic and co-scholastic, namely Anishka Gore, Shiva Bhoyar, Dyaneshwari Nalawade, Teerth Shewale and Arjun Patil, were felicitated.