The “Farewell to School” event for the 4th grade pupils of the Secondary School under the Pedagogical University took place.
In their speeches, the pupils expressed their acknowledgements to the fathers who were building their lives, the warming mothers, and of course to teachers, thanks to whom they learnt the alphabet and numbers, became brothers with one another, and were convinced that the school was the second home, and teachers- the second mothers.
Besides, during their presentations, the pupils outlined that it was quite a special day for them- the last lesson of the elementary school and the first one to the secondary school, where they were going to continue discovering the endless world of knowledge and keep confidently moving on.
Songs, words of gratitude, choreographic performances, praising the knowledge acquired in their native educational centre, the role of teachers and the meaning thereof in their education and upbringing. “Heroes are born among us, with the words of teachers and with the efforts of parents”, noted the students and confessed that the most important lesson of courtesy received from their very first teacher would accompany them throughout their whole life.
Likewise, when speaking about the notion mother-teacher-motherland, the pupils frankly mentioned that mothers and teachers made their eyes shine, and the motherland gave them the Sun, and by referring to time, the children mentioned the following, “Please stop the time, don’t let it run, please let us be the former excited and confused little pupils for our teachers again.”
Further on, the Director of the secondary school Naira Toghanyan congratulated the teachers, pupils and their parents on overcoming the difficulties of elementary school and wished them good luck and accomplishments at the secondary school.
“One thing is clear, we gave love and devotion, and we can be assured that they will have that warmness with themselves throughout the whole path of school”, added Naira Toghanyan.
“I love my pupils a lot and I wish them to become stronger and more stable after all of the obstacles that will be getting across their ways”, stated the Form Teacher Anna Grigoryan and added that she had been working at school for 13 years and had already seen 4 classes of to the secondary school, but she was still having the same excitement with each and every of them, as well as the difficult moments of farewell and the desire to keep strong connections with one another.