Over 250 young achievers who excelled in various co-curricular competitions in the literary, oratory, creative, visual and performing arts domains were honoured at “Symphony 2019”  One of the oldest and largest community schools in Bahrain, Indian School celebrated its Annual Day “ Symphony 2019”. The Chief guest for the event was Indian Embassy Second Secretary Renu Yadav and the Guest of HonourMinistry of Education Kindergarten Directorate Senior Educational Specialist Yousuf Almadhi.

The venue reverberated with thunderous applause as the guests were treated to a crisp Guard of Honour by the Student Council and the school's Scouts and Guides including the junior wing of Cubs and Bulbuls.

Chief Guest Renu Yadav in her address particularly commended the school on its ‘No child left behind' policy and expressed her delight on the professional conduct of the programme. Guest of Honour, Yousuf Almadhi was in awe of the large scale opportunity given to students at a very young age making them confident citizens.

Hon. Chairman Prince S. Natarajan addressed the august gathering and highlighted the milestones achieved during the last academic session.

The Chairman in his presidential address said," Education of children is the greatest responsibility of a parent." Most importantly, he enlightened the parents regarding the holistic methodology used in the learning process at Riffa Campus.

Hon. Secretary Saji Antony spelt out words of gratefulness to one and all involved in staging the programme. “The entire school participated wholeheartedly towards the success of this splendid event”, he added.

The event unfolded with scintillating and visually stunning performances from over 350 students who enthralled the audience and presented the theme ‘Symphony'. Students presented impressive renditions of the National Anthems, School song and the pop number Diamonds in the Sky.