Prep -Graduation 2016-17
he eagerly awaited ‘Prep Graduation day 2016 - 2017’ of the KG section of Barakah International School was celebrated on Sunday, 27th March 2017 in the Auditorium of BIS, Mangalore with variety of events from each class. The programme took off with Qiraath recitation by Mohammed Naheem of class K3 B.
Sister Balkies welcomed the esteemed guests and gathering while Brother Atheef introduced the guest of honour Dr. Ifthikar.
Video presentation was displayed on the screen concerning the activities of the students carried out in the school.
Brother Atheef escorted the dignitaries to the dais. The guest of honour U.T.Ifthikar expressed his great ecstasy for having visited BIS and appraised the gathering. He spoke about the do and don’ts of good and bad parenting. The guest for the day urged parents to appreciate the children in every little aspect of life.
The honourable Chairman of BIS addressed the gathering. He said it is our responsibility to nurture children with an education system that can guarantee a success. Along with the father - mother relationship the parent - child relationship is the most important one.
This was followed by the graduation ceremony where brother U.T.Ifthikar and honorable chairman Mohammed Ashraf gave away the graduation certificates to the students of class K3.
The students were dressed in colourful attires to deliver their performance under the insightful direction of the teachers. The formal programme began with a welcome song – “Assalamu Alaikum” followed by an act which depicted the iconic masjids of the world. The students displayed a colorful episode of Allah’s creation where they were dressed as flowers, fish, sun and the moon.
Glorifying Allah’s magnanimous creations the students performed another action song named “Mere do haath” which was about the parts of the body. The chairman felicitated the hardworking drivers for their endless co-operation.
Colourful programmes and Graduation ceremony marked the 1st Prep Graduation Day of Barakah International School. Sister Tanzila proposed the vote of thanks. The programme culminated with the National Anthem and Dua.