Manav Rachna International School, Ludhiana, follows a thematic approach with meaningful learning centers aimed at learning and eventually enabling students to groom into learners for life. Nursery students at MRIS LDH showcased their learning of India and the World in front of their parents and left everyone spell bound with their performance. They invoked the blessing of God by chanting the Gayatri mantra. The students apprised the parents with the significance of the national flag; they told the parents about Pingali Wenkaiya- the designer of our national flag. They enacted various iconic Indians-Mahtama Gandhi, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, Rakesh Sharma, Dr Rajendra Prasad, Indira Gandhi to name a few. The parents were amazed as they witnessed the dainty little ones apprise them all with specific features of the neighbouring countries. The young learners briefing them about the highest polo ground, the national languages, the highest mountain peak and much more. Every child spoke on the mic with the utmost confidence. The students also presented a song and dance based on the theme. The parents motivated them with repeated rounds of applause for their extraordinary performance. The Great Wall of China created by Nursery students that ran from one end of the corridor to the other drew everyone’s attention. The artistic creations of the students in the form of a Chinese dragon, Rakesh Sharma, dresses worn by the people of the neighbouring countries – to name a few – overwhelmed the parents. The teachers shared how children have been learning about the theme and progressing on their lessons. Mrs Shilpi Gill, Vice-principal, Manav Rachna International School, Ludhiana, addressed the parents and thanked them for reposing faith in the School. She shared with them how the school has been true to its word in fulfilling the commitments made to them at the time of enrolment. The happy, confident and exuberant learners evinced that. She said that she is proud of the teachers who work with dedication all day long to help children develop a love for learning. Ms Gill congratulated the teachers and students for putting up this wonderful display of their learning.