The new academic session of the tiny tots at Basava International School, Sector 23, Dwarka started with an interactive Orientation Programme on 6th April 2019, for the parents of the pre-schoolers, in the school foyer. The programme commenced with the Pre-Primary teachers welcoming the august gathering.The parents were given a glimpse as to how Pre-school is a milestone in a child’s life as it is the initial stage of organised instruction, designed primarily to introduce their children to a school-type environment. They also explained through the medium of a puppet show, the activities and routine that their children would follow in school, with specific emphasis on life skills, community living, sharing and caring etc. Pre-primary teachers staged a puppet show showing the importance of each colour in life which was well appreciated by all. G.M, Ms.Poornima Ambili extended a warm welcome the parents into the Basava family. Principal, Dr.Manimala Roy addressed the parents and gave them tips on good parenting and highlighted how the Pre-primary education would act as a bridge between home and a school-based atmosphere, to prepare their children for future schooling. She also assured the parents that their children would be in safe hands in Basava International School and highlighted the nurturing that the school would provide in terms of grooming and mentoring their wards and preparing them for future schooling. She emphasised on the aspects of community living, camaraderie and bonhomie in the learning process and how the school would aid in moulding the personality of the children. The Principal took the opportunity to especially address the parents of the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) category and placed emphasis on aspects pertaining to the Right to Education Act 2009 which came into force in 2010 when India became one of the 135 countries to make education a fundamental right of every child. She also assured them that the school understood their aspirations and the best amenities and education would be provided to their wards. She also laid stress on the role of the parents in their child’s social and academic life. She informed them of the English teaching classes meant for the mothers of EWS students that the teachers take and expected parents to make full use of them.