Grandparents are a delightful blend of laughter, caring deeds, wonderful stories, and unconditional love.

The Indian Heights School firmly believes in nurturing the young ones by supplementing the learning based on skills, competencies and good values. With this ardent objective,the Pre-Primary Wing of the school organized a cultural programme celebrating its Annual Grand Parents Day on Saturday, March 4, 2023. The bejeweled presence of Chief Guest Lt. Gen. & Mrs Raj Kadyan, school Principal Ms Archana Narain along with special guests Ms Reena and Ms Tokas brought an ethereal edge to the GALA GRANDPARENTS’ DAY CELEBRATION @THE INDIAN HEIGHTS SCHOOL, DWARKA. The day commenced with ceremonial lighting of the lamp. The school principal Ms. Archana Narain accorded a warm welcome to the Chief Guest and all the grandparents for their warm and blessed presence. She further quoted that celebrations like these, provide an opportunity to learn and rediscover worldly wisdom, valuable life lessons and survival skills.She further emphasized that grandparents as a revered and rich reservoir of experience has so much to impart especially when it comes to sustainable living. The spectacular show put up by the talented little geniuses of pre-primary wing guided and trained by skilled teachers and class in charges win adulations from everyone present. The stage reveled with wit, humour, enactment, music dance and comraderie as the little superstars and the grandparents lined up rendering spectacular performances comprising of fun games and brilliant performances. The day buzzed with ever-escalating excitement as the grandparents shared their prized moments of experiences that chronicled time and enlightened everyone present. The grand finale saw overwhelming enthusiasm and thrill in the air as the auditorium was brimming with the electrifying energy of the cheering audience. The chief guest highly lauded the effort put by the teachers and little ones in putting up the spectacular show and stressed that grandparents day celebrations brings the diverse interpretations of life under one canopy and is an immersive experience. The Headmistress, Ms Meghana Dungrakoti, sprinkled highly motivating words of wisdom. She expressed her gratitude towards the grandparents as the guiding light for the young saplings and applauded the awe-inspiring performances rendered by the students of the Pre-Primary Wing. The day culminated with the rendition of the National Anthem. This day marked yet another flag of glory and victory in the history of The Indian Heights School, and we commit ourselves to an ever-growing bond between the parents-students-school. Lending the human touch to every event possible is what TIHS stands for. Caring never ends @TIHS