It was a day to acknowledge the hardwork and dedication of our students, teachers and staff. This year has been an exceptional one for our school and we have achieved many milestones together, from sports achievements to academic success, we have accomplished so much and made our school proud.

We cordially and respectfully welcomed our chief guest Shri Raghvendra Shukla, a social worker.   Our chief guest doesn’t need any formal introduction as he is a well-known and distinguished figure of our society.

Our next guest of honour was Shri Sarvesh Asthana. He is a poet, writer and satirist, who writes and performs in Hindi language. He has authored around 12 books.

It is a great pleasure to welcome our distinguished Chief Guest Shri Ram Krishna Yadav, who is a corporater and an Indian Politician. He is a person of high integrity and true servant to the society.

The theme of our annual function is the “Elder’s Day” which showed the important of our elders as they are pillar of our society and also to appreciate the contributions of the elders.

Elders are the one who brings out the best in you but not the stress in you so give our elders a chance to smile, a reason to live and a life they deserve. Respect them and love them.

We had our traditional auspicious lamp lightning ceremony as a tribute to a God Ganesha, who is prominently known as the “remover of obstacles”.

With fresh evening we invited our senior girls group of class 9th and 10th to dedicate their performance to Goddess Saraswati (Saraswati Vandana) and get their blessings so that we gain the light of true peace, wisdom and knowledge which make our life more bright, and wise.

The students of class 1st to 5th to welcome the audience by their melodious “welcome song.”

We had our evening’s balls rolling with our next performers from class 5th to come up on the stage and enacted the skit based on “Save Environment” which messages us to keep our environment clean and green.

Class 4th students’ performance on “Chanda Chamke Cham Cham“  which revolves around the feeling of love and innocence of childhood and their memories, which holds a special place in one’s heart ,shaped by playful moments and learning experiences.

The performance by our little kids from class 1st on song Dynamite brought a new surge of energy with in our audience.

The programme was then followed by eye catching performance of our little toddlers from PG and Nursery on song “sapne re”.

The colors and costumes of class 9th and 10th girls added the liveliness to the celebration with the synchronizing dance movements on “Shubh Din Ayo”, which also marked celebration of an auspicious day in our Indian history.

Social media is not just an activity; it is an investment of valuable time and    resources.”  Platforms like TikTok, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat are very informative for entertainment and self-expression but excessive use of social media use can also negatively affect teens, distracting them, disrupting their sleep, and exposing them to bullying, rumor spreading, unrealistic views of other people's lives and peer pressure. Class 7th girls performed on the skit “Social Media: Boon or Bane.”(Social Awareness Skit)

Our next dance was done by our little kindergarteners to convey a   sense of empowerment and liberation and embracing their individuality with Ready to go song dance.

The energetic and explosive dance performance by class 9th to 12th boys on “Mile Sur Mera Tumhara” song which awakened the feeling of national integration and patriotism within us and also inspired the audience to shake their legs and enthral the spectators. It was indeed a truly mesmerising shows.

Class 9 to 12 presented a well scripted drama “Julius Caesar” by William Shakespeare.

We ended our journey of celebration by last performance “Achyutam Keshavam” done by class 9 to 12 girls.

Lastly our Director Sir delivered his vote of thanks to our all the chief guests with honouring them with Shawl and garlanding.

It was a magical moment for the young ones as Santa, with his hearty "Ho, ho, ho," brought a touch of holiday cheer to every classroom. The excitement was palpable as students eagerly received their chocolate treasures, sharing smiles and warmth with their friends.

A big thank you to Santa for spreading joy and sweetness during this festive season! May the spirit of giving and kindness continue to shine bright in our PLAYWAY ACADEMY INTER COLLEGE.

This year’s Annual function proved to be an astounding and touched everyone’s heart.

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