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Islamabad: The Roots Millennium Schools (RMS) Oxbridge Campus organised their annual Parents Day at the Aiwan-e-Quaid complex. The theme of the event was “Renaissance of Art & Literature,” The college held mesmerising performances at the complex.Zenen Buergo graced the ceremony with his auspicious presence. The ceremony started with the national anthem of Pakistan and Cuba. The principal of the campus shared her views with the audience and elaborated the importance of art and literature in the life of students to groom their creative imagination skills as well as intellectual skills. Students of the lower secondary tier welcomed the chief guest by their enchanting dance performance on a welcome song. The students of the IGCSE level presented a play, “The Bear” by Anton Chekov. RMS is all about promoting diversity in culture and languages, and taking the initiative, the students of the IGCSE Level presented a poem in German language.To strengthen the value of literature, the play “Macbeth” of Shakespeare was presented by the students of the IGCSE Level. RMS CEO Chaudhry Mushtaq congratulated the students and the parental community on the academic achievements and marvellous performances and assured that RMS would continue to inculcate the diverse set of skills, knowledge, values, entrepreneurship, leadership and global engagement. Students were awarded with the appreciation certificate and the achievement awards.The annual Parents Day is the day for parents in which their children come up with beautiful and enchanting surprises for them. This day is intended to share the evolutionary, multifaceted curricular and co-curricular growth of students with their parents, give them an opportunity to gain self confidence by displaying their gifts and talents through their performances. It is also to acknowledge the outstanding efforts of those students who have attained excellent results academically and also recognise those who have shown commendable performances in co-curricular activities. 

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