Children's Day Celebration 2016

The day started early by going to watch Rock on II followed by special lunch. A show of class with love and dedication was put up by the MCGS staff. Children’s day has so many emotions involved with respect to batches passing out and this year the issue being so personal became all the more touchy.
The spirit of Mayo was seen in each item presented by the staff in the evening. Starting with the prayer song “Ae Malik terey bande hum “and a duet performance of Bharatnatyum and Odissi dance by Mr. Manoj Bagga and Mrs. Seema Rai Bansal. Sir Manoj exhibited fitness and perfection in his dance challenging the grace of Odissi. Medley and solo songs by staff with a few group dances were performed with a lot of cheering.
Now why would our dear Principal Ma’am Khandke not enjoy dancing? With full enthusiasm she was ready with her troupe (of HM’s) with the Sufi dance. I am still thinking did the troupe actually dance or were they only walking majestically on the stage. With loud music and so much of cheering it did go unnoticed. Ma’am had a clear message in the script of her dance “there should be no wastage of food and mess needs to improve In all respect”.
While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about. - Angela Schwindt
A wonderful day full of fun n frolic ended with promise of starting the School late in the morning next day. We too look up to these relievers children as much as you do.
Mrs. Amanpreet Broca


This School provides a unique opportunity for all round education. It has the security of the rich Mayo tradition and an ethos conducive to developing each child's potential to the fulles