Around 200 students of the pre-primary wing of The British School, Panchkula today visited the Rose Garden, Sector 16, Chandigarh.
Rose Garden is a blooming garden which showcases nature at its best. The garden is spread over a massive area of 30 acres and is packed with an exquisite variety of flowers making it quite popular.
Students were awed on seeing some of the rarest and wonderful varieties of roses in the garden. They marvelled on the colours of the flowers and were spellbound by the spectacle in front of them.
Atharv Atwal and Jujhaar Singh sang rhymes and enjoyed their picnic tiffin amidst the colourful flowers.
Important lessons like being in a line, waiting for their turn, being disciplined and throwing the trash in the bin were taught to the children. Students admired the nature’s beauty and they were asked not to dirty our environment. They were also taught the important lesson of sharing and caring.
School Principal, Ms.Anita Mehra said, “Neatly planted in an orderly way, the garden serves as a perfect place to gather around and relax. The place is a sight to behold when the flowers are in their full bloom. These kind of picnics are meant for the children to enjoy the nature and the sunshine. These also break the monotony of everyday school routine and rejuvenate them.”