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Jamshedpur: Little Hearts School synonymous with children’s education since 1995 as run up to its 25 year celebration organised a fundraiser exhibtion Art and Soul at its school campus in Bistupur on Saturday.
The school organised exhibition in which artwork of school students and teachers were displayed.
This event was organised in aid to ‘Gyanoday Noble Academy ‘. This school caters to 43 children with multiple disabilities. They work towards making each and every child independent to their maximum potential and abilities. There are children with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Physical and Mental Retardation, Hearing Impaired, Down Syndrome, etc. The fund collected will be used for these children.
Rubina Bodhanwala, principal , Little Hearts School said that in its 25 years of existence has learnt the importance of changing with the times. Through its programmes and exhibitions, it attempts of spread awareness about various issues to toddlers as well as their parents and society as a whole.
To celebrate this occasion, the school has also planned a special show named ‘Being One’. At this show, the young children with special abilities shall make their debut performance. The idea of the show is not to raise sympathy, contrary to that, it is a celebration. ‘Being One’ aims to celebrate the beauty in every individual, inside and out. It is an opportunity to bring all humans on an equal keel and applaud the confidence and positivity in each one of us.