Roots Piccadilly Campus bedazzles all on Parents Day

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ISLAMABAD: Roots Millennium Schools’ Piccadilly Campus F8/4, Islamabad, bears a strong resemblance in character to the busy, bustling Piccadilly Circle in London it is named after. It is the epicentre of all activities – curricular and extra-curricular – and the metaphorical pulse of Roots Millennium Schools. Therefore, when Piccadilly Campus organises its Annual Parents Day, everyone sits up and takes notice. Young Millennials of Piccadilly Campus put together a variety of vibrant performances and acts to delight their parents and faculty members alike. Dazzling costumes, confident oratory, thoughtful messages on environmental sustainability, ode to the Chinese Language Department at the RMS, and awards for high achievements in academics, sports and other extra-curricular activities were the order for the day. Parents and guardians were caught off-guard by the quality of production of the performances on display, and sang along with the students chanting ‘melodies of Pakistan’ (which was the overall theme of the event). The chief guest of the occasion, Jayalath Weerakkody, high commissioner of Sri Lanka, expressed his delight and amazement at the attention to the details, which set this programme apart from its counterparts. He shared his impressions of the day with words of encouragement and support. RMS CEO Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI, flanked by the directors and faculty members of the school, was involved in the proceedings from the on-set to the end. His words struck a chord with every parent in the auditorium when he stressed the fact that “children do not want your presents – they want your presence!”

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