Parents and teachers both shoulder the responsibility of inculcating good manners in children; they together can help children become role models for the society. Good manners help children respect other’s feelings, give respect, get respect and be loved.

Focusing on the responsibility of developing a well mannered generation the pre primary section organized a “Good Manners Day” on Monday, September 22, 2014.
Teachers prepared and enacted role play and conducted a story telling session in which good and bad behavior was discussed.  Children were intently interested in both the activities and this created a lasting impression on them. Teachers narrated stories which helped children realize that a thank you, a smile, a helping hand, a greeting and an apology spreads happiness and creates harmony.