ELP Graduation ceremony 2022 @ CPSGS TMZ

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“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams”.

–     Eleanor Roosevelt

It was a very proud moment for our Early Learning Program (ELP) 3 little munchkins! Yes, it was their graduation! Just as graduation is special to a child, it is meaningful to the parents as well as this is the first milestone in the child’s education. But with a little difference from the senior graduation. There is always a child who smile throughout the ceremony, singing a high pitched ‘Thank You’ song, and one who intrudes the program by greeting others- all these make the ceremony so special and unique.

The graduating ELPchildren of CPS Global School, Thirumazhisaiwere all excited though it was a virtual celebration. The ceremony started with the prayer and a sloka by our tiny tots. We reminisced the whole year’s journey by collating memories captured through photos and videos throughout the year.It was indeed a wonderful time to go down the memory lane of all the childish banter, laughter, some tears and immense joy and happiness.The children thoroughly enjoyed watching all the special programs presented by ‘their juniors’. Everyone was astonished to listen to the little ones’ dreams and ambitions- the tiny tots have a very clear agenda in life – their aspirations range from becoming ateacher to a singer, a doctor, a farmer, a pilot, a fashion designer, and even an astronomer or an astrophysicist!!! The special address by the Chief Guest, Ms.AzuraAbrasid (Head of Early Childhood Education Programme, Veritas University College, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) and our Head of School motivated the children who are ready to soar high heights.

We helped them find their desk, showed them where their pencils and crayons belonged, and where to place their things. We taught them so many things. As they solemnly took it all in, we saw their confidence quietly grow.Changes and opportunities for growth await them; the celebration is to prepare them as they embark on the next academic journey.

“Stop saying I wish and start saying I will. Congratulations on your graduation!”

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