HTPS organises a graduation ceremony School introduces Cambridge pattern teaching, English Acadamy
Kashmir News Trust Web Desk
Srinagar: Hat Trick Public School organised Graduation Ceremony of its Kindergarten II students in which all students of the school and their parents participated.
It was a colourful ceremony in which students put up cultural, traditional, music and sports shows which mesmerized the gathering.
The function began with the Izband Soz ceremony which was followed by the skits, speeches, cultural performances and acrobatic sports shows by the students.
Nadeem Dar, Assistant Director at Physical Education and the Sports Department University of Kashmir, was the chief guest during the ceremony.
On occasion, students who graduated were also awarded certificates. Chief Guest, School Nadeem Dar, Principal Asma Hamid and Administrator SMF Andrabi handed over certificates to the students.
The performances of the students during the year were also hailed by the administration and encouraged them to work with zeal and zest.
Chief Guest lauded the students for putting up exhilarating performances during the ceremony which captivate the attention of the gathering.
He said both academic, sports and co-curricular activities are Important part a formal education to develop all round personality of the students.
Earlier, in her address, Principal Asma Hamid said the school has introduced Cambridge Board pattern teaching methods which prepares the students for e highest international academic standards.
She further said that the school has also introduced English Speaking Academy to help students learn spoken English at their early ages.
Besides, she said, the school has many physical instructors and a specialised coach to groom the students in sports also.
"Our students have already excelled at national level bring laurels to the sports in various sports disciplines," said said.
HTPS management also thanked the chief guest for sparing his valuable time and sharing some time with the students. They also thanked the parents for attending the ceremony and encouraging the students.