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Christmas is an exciting time for everyone, but especially for kids. The weather is perfect with New Year right around the corner. Also, the whole idea of the Christmas tree and Santa Claus is enough for the kids to get excited. At Walnut School Shivane on 21st of December our Nutlets geared up for the Christmas Party. The children were smart enough and figured out that there was a surprise stored for them. So we had a huge bouncing castle brought up in the school before the children came in and we were all ready to give them a surprise.

One look at the bouncing castle, our Walnuts were shrieking with joy and laughter. They were absolutely thrilled. They just enjoyed every moment on the castle bouncing. After this, our Nutlets had yummy snacks and got served delicious cake too. With lots of bouncing in the castle, some of our Nutlets had even second third helpings of the cake ;-). That was not all, we had our very own Santa Claus giving away gifts to our Nutlets. Looking at the shiny wrapped packages our Nutlets were literally on cloud nine! They were disappointed knowing that the day had ended. Some of them even pleaded Santa to stay with them.

Overall that’s how our little Nutlets spent their day. It was the last day, our teachers and staff bade them goodbye, wishing them Happy Holidays and waited for them to come back refreshed for their new term in the New Year.

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