Bala Vidya Mandir Bala Vidya Mandir

Senior Secondary School

(Affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi)





The Upper Primary Annual Day of Bala Vidya Mandir, Adyar, for the Year 2018-19 was held on 26th July 2018 at the Vidyapeet Auditorium between 4.30 and 6 pm. Students of classes 3, 4 and 5 participated in the programme that saw a variety of programmes that enchanted the parents and the guests. The chief-guest for the day was Dr. Aruna Appasamy, senior principal of Vani Vidyalaya and the chief education officer of Meenakshi Ammal Trust.

After an invocation to the Almighty the programme started with a pitch-perfect orchestra where the students rendered melodious songs of Papanasam Sivam and Oothukadu Venkata Subbaiyyar that enthralled the audience. This was followed by a play in Hindi, titled ‘Paryavaran Jagrutha’ that highlighted the importance of protecting the environment and also showcased ways in which one can contribute to change. Classical dance was the next programme that saw the endearing antics of Lord Krishna in his childhood days. This was followed by the official function where the chief guest addressed the gathering, appreciating the performances and lauding the school for bringing out the best in  the students and giving the muti-faceted ones a platform to perform.  Next in line was the Tamil play titled ‘Allikoduppom’ which depicted the generosity of Karna and the true spirit of being big-hearted. The much awaited English play ‘The Magical Merman’ was the grand finale which took the audience by storm with its dazzling display of colourful mermaids, the dance of the lanterned sailors and other fascinating sea creatures in their beautiful costumes It showcased a young mermaid who was willing to sacrifice her life in sea, her beautiful voice and immortality for a human soul.

The curtains came down after the national anthem to mark the end of yet another delightful Upper Primary Annual Day that had seen the students and teachers on their toes for weeks with practice. Confidence and aspiring for perfection have been the learning and students’ perfomances was a  testimony to the fact.