Bahrain Indian School celebrates Labour Day

Bahrain Indian School celebrates Labour Day

On the occasion of Labour Day, a special assembly by Grade VIII students was held at the Bahrain Indian School.  

Principal Saji Jacob presided the assembly. Students presented a skit highlighting the respect that should be given to the workers who are a helping hand in our daily chores of life. 

The sub-staff working in the school were called on the stage and were presented a card by the School Principal and the Coordinator. School Directors Himanshu Verma and Ritu Verma and Principal Saji Jacob acknowledged their contributions and hard work as extended by them for the welfare of the school.

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The students of all the grades also contributed money for their living and well being which was further donated to The Migrant Workers Protection Society (MWPS). The sub-staff were overwhelmed watching the function and expressed their gratitude towards the school management, teachers and students for their endeavour.




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