Wednesday, October 28, 2015

EYLA is Celebrating Childrens Day on November 7, 2015

Celebrating Children’s Day with Public and Private Schools Children

Dear Sir/Madam

As we know November, 20th is the Universal Children’s Day. This day provides us opportunities to develop awareness among the people about the wellbeing of the children of the world and to celebrate the day of the Declaration of the convention on the Rights of Child by the UN General Assembly 19 years ago.

EYLA is also celebrating Children’s Day on November 07, 2015 to recognize the rights of the child along with their talents, skills and achievements that they all have. We are intending to invite your school to participate in this upcoming programme that will begin from 09:00 am to 12:00 pm.

The event will be organized by EYLA’s Executive Committee. The key features of the programme are:

  • Children’s work display  and
  • Children’s presentations  (working together)

For the children’s work display, you are required to bring posters, art work, poems/stories or any other work done by children. Your school will be provided a soft board of the size and we would like you to display your school children’s work on Friday, November 6, 2015, a day prior to the event at SMS Auditorium, Karimabad, Karachi. Kindly bring only two children as your school’s representative along with a teacher for display on the occasion. (Note: Adults’ work will not be entertained.)

For Children’s presentations, please do let us know in advance about the item (song/skit/tableau) that will be presented by your school’s child/ren. There will be 10 minutes slot allocated to each school. You are requested to send maximum 6 – 8 children with 2 teachers on the day of the programme.

For both (the display and children’s presentation), your earliest registration will help us to include your school’s participation in the programme. The last date for this purpose is October 28th, 2015. For further information, please contact PTAN office (021-3682991-94 / 021-36347611-14 Ext: 8554/8556)

Note: Participation is on first come first serve bases; First fifteen (15) schools will be entertained.

We are looking forward to your keen participation to celebrate this occasion/event