On 16th October, Excel School, in collaboration with STEAM Exploratorium and Kindergarten of Excel Central School, celebrated World Food Day with great enthusiasm. The event was a perfect blend of education, fun, and delicious food, and it was attended by various dignitaries, including the Associate Director, Vice Principal of Excel Central School, Administrative Office of Excel Group of Schools, and Director of Education and Research of Excel Group of Schools.
The day commenced with a forenoon session for the UKG students of Excel Central School. During the inauguration of the event, participants also took a moment to remember World Spine Day, highlighting the significance of both food and spinal health. The students were educated about the importance of nutrition and the spine in our bodies, emphasizing the vital role they play in our overall well-being.
After the educational session, students were treated to a delightful spread, which included a delicious fruit salad and carrot halwa, all prepared in the Culinary Art Lab. The nutritious and tasty snacks were not only a treat for the taste buds but also a reminder of the importance of a balanced diet.
In the afternoon session, the celebration continued with the active participation of grade 3 students from Excel Global School. They had the opportunity to engage in the preparation of veg sandwiches, learning valuable culinary skills while having fun.
On the following day, 17th October, the celebration extended to the LKG and PreKG students of Excel Central School. The event featured the same delicious dishes prepared in the Culinary Art Lab, providing an exciting and educational experience for the youngest members of the Excel School community.
The World Food Day celebration at Excel School was an exceptional opportunity to instill in students the importance of good nutrition and spinal health, fostering a holistic understanding of well-being. The event was a resounding success, and we look forward to many more such enriching experiences for our students in the future.