A Day of Stars: Annual Function at The Clay House Illuminates Achievement and Promise

Gurugram: The Clay House (Pre-School & Day Care) Gurugram Sec – 92 recently hosted its highly anticipated Annual Day celebration, bringing together students, parents, faculty, and esteemed guests for a memorable event filled with joy, pride, and gratitude.


The event, held at Apparel House (Gurugram) in March 2024, showcased the growth, achievements, and boundless potential of the young learners. From captivating performances to heartwarming moments, the Annual Day celebration was a testament to the dedication and commitment of everyone involved in shaping the lives of these budding stars.

The festivities commenced with the time-honored Lamp Lighting Ceremony, symbolizing the dispelling of darkness and the illumination of knowledge. Led by the Principal, the event radiated a sense of warmth and unity as attendees gathered to witness this auspicious moment.

Mrs. Varsha Purswani, Principal – The Clay House – “Today, we celebrate the remarkable journey of our children at The Clay House —where confidence, curiosity, and creativity flourish. Our Annual Day isn’t just about performances; it’s a tribute to each child’s unique potential. Gratitude to all—parents, teachers, staff, and our wonderful children—for your dedication and love. Together, we shape the future’s leaders, innovators, and changemakers. Let’s revel in these precious moments and the promise they hold.”

Shri Yashpal Batra (Chief Guest) Spokesperson BJP, Haryana & Ex-Senior Deputy Mayor – “As we gather to celebrate The Clay House Annual Day, let’s remember: We celebrate achievements and unity, forging a brighter tomorrow together. To students: embrace endless possibilities. To faculty: your dedication shapes futures. To parents: your trust fuels growth. Let’s continue fostering resilience, empathy, and excellence. Together, we build a future of hope and prosperity. Thank you for this inspiring moment.”

The celebration continued with a soul-stirring rendition of Saraswati Vandana, a traditional prayer invoking the blessings of the goddess of knowledge, music, and the arts. The performance captivated the audience with its melody and reverence, setting the tone for the cultural extravaganza that followed.

As the curtains draw to a close on our Annual Function, we come together one last time in unity and pride to honor our beloved nation with the singing of the National Anthem. Standing tall, hearts brimming with patriotism, we reaffirm our commitment to the ideals and values that make our country great.

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