A festival is a time for delight and celebration that encourages a child’s social interactions and harmony.
Celebrating festivals and events in school has become an inherent part of a child’s development, learning new skills, and forming a true sense of cultural identity. To foster respect and understanding for one another’s cultural values and traditions, celebrations bring students closer to one another’s cultural views and practices.
The school commemorates a variety of events as part of our attempts to instil in children an awareness and respect for India’s rich past and diversity as well as to reaffirm their sense of pride in their country and respect for all, which include Holi, Easter, Grandparents’ Day, Mother’s Day, Raksha Bandhan, Janmashtami, Independence Day, Ganapathi Pooja and Visarjan, Teachers’ Day, Dussehra, Diwali, Eid, Christmas, Makar Sankranti and Republic Day.
The teachers at Hallmark Public School, the best CBSE school in Panchkula, encourage children to celebrate and take part in each festival and event with tremendous excitement, passion, and enthusiasm in addition to what they learn in the classroom. Every performance by a child is inventive and unique in its own way. It increases their confidence and sense of self-worth.
At Hallmark, we always strive to provide a comprehensive academic system centred on moral ethics and values while upholding its core principles.