The Indian Community School Kuwait (ICSK), Junior branch, celebrated Kuwait National and Liberation Day with special assemblies. The Principal Sherly Dennis hoisted the Kuwait flag. Kuwait National Anthem was beautifully played on a violin by a student. An appropriate thought for the day ‘A great man shows his greatness by the way he treats little men’ was delivered by the student.
Speeches were delivered in Arabic and English highlighting the importance and significance of Kuwait National day and Liberation day. Kuwait patriotic group songs were rendered by the students. It is a matter of honor and pride for all the residents of Kuwait to know that Kuwait’s name has entered in the Guinness Book of World Records. A sample of the longest flag was shown. A traditional Arabic dance was performed by the students that received applause, which was followed by dramatic plays that reenacted the gulf war and Kuwait’s liberation from Iraqi invasion.
Kuwait is a country of rich culture, customs and tradition. Glimpses of this culture and traditions was highlighted in a fashion show. Students displayed old as well as modern culture and outfits in addition to Kuwait’s important landmarks and official carrier. This was followed by a colorful ‘ sword dance’ where students danced to the tune of an Arabic number.
KG classes celebrated this as a special day. Students came to school decked up in Kuwait flag colours. Activities were also conducted in the class for the little ones.
Principal Sherly Dennis addressed the students and wished all of them and congratulated them for putting on a wonderful assembly.