Activities : Pre-School
Grandparents Day - 30 july, 2022
“What children need most are the essentials that grandparents provide in abundance. They give unconditional love, kindness, patience, humor, comfort, lessons in life. A child needs grandparent to grow a little more securely into an unfamiliar world.”
With its strong belief in the overall and holistic development of the child, NLK Academy continues to instill values even in these unprecedented times through the means of gatherings. One such ceremonial occasion was on July 30, 2022, Saturday, in which our tiny tots performed with lot of enthusiasm. The tiny tots sing song for their Grandparents. Each and everyone was filled with energy.
Plantation Day - 2 August, 2022
At NLK Academy, we celebrated Plantation Day to create awareness among the young minds about the plants which are an invaluable resource on our planet. The tiny tots came to know about the importance of trees for our environment. Teachers explained the details about the process of sowing the seeds, the various phases under gone for a seed to grow into big plants. The importance of air, sunlight, water and soil in the plant growth. It was a great pleasure to see our students being gardeners for a day and a lifetime
Janmashtami - 18 August, 2022
Sweeter than honey, tastier than curd, pleasanter indeed than any happiness and joy is the company, is the power of the name of Krishna. The birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm, on this Janmashtami day, in India.
Krishna Janmashtami, also known as Krishnashtami, is observed on the Ashtami Tithi, the eighth day of the dark half or Krishna Paksha of the month of Shraavana. Lord Krishna is known worldwide and celebrated as an avatar of God Vishnu.
On Monday, 18 of August 2022, the students of NLK Academy celebrated Janmashtami. To celebrate the very essence of Janmashtami our Academicians adorned themselves as Shri Radha Krishna. Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated with great exultation. People portray several plays, dance, mime etc to show their devotion towards Lord Krishna