The Camford School was buzzing with activity on its 14th Founder’s Day Celebration – ‘Dynamix 2023’ today. The entire campus came alive with a series of cultural programs, as part of the celebrations. Mr. Amit Kumar Singh, Deputy Director – Operations and Scientist at Indian Space Research Association (ISRO) was the Chief Guest during the event. N.Arul Ramesh, Chairman, Poongthai Arul Ramesh, Correspondent, and Principal Poonam Syal were the other dignitaries present on the occasion.
Addressing the students on the occasion mentioned that the first school for students starts from the family. Citing examples, he pointed out how two words ‘how’ and ‘why’ can transform the lives of children.
Telling an example with a short story he pointed out how parents are equally responsible as teachers for the growth and development of children. He added that parents need to bring children out of their comfort zone.
He highlighted the growing supremacy of the country in space technology and spoke about the importance of providing opportunities in the field of space for the younger generation.
He lauded the facilities provided for the students in the school. He remarked that the ecosystem of the school is such that students will give good performance. He urged the students to keep enjoying their learning and wished them all the best for their future.
Mr. Arul Ramesh in his speech that education is not a pool, but an ocean to explore. He stated that learning is not just a habit but a way of life. He called upon students to adapt new skills, discard obsolete ideas and move forward.
He added that to succeed in life, one must adopt continuous learning.
Principal Poonam Syal presented the annual report with the various academic, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities that took place in 2022-23.
A series of cultural programs was another highlight of the day. A tribute to the Chandrayaan Lunar Mission had everyone engaged. A dance drama featuring popular characters Joker and Harley Quinn, had everyone watching with full attention. A tribute to the achievements of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam was another highlight. The programs also included foot tapping music being belted out by the school’s Rock Band