On 30th March, GNSA MAT hosted the annual Hungama (Sada Rangla Punjab) event at the Beck Theatre in Hayes. The show was completely sold out and was attended by parents and staff.
In addition the Chairman of the GNSA Multi Academy Trust—Arun Thakur, GNSA Principal—Mr Rajinder S Sandhu, Deputy Mayor of Hillingdon—Councillor David Yarrow and the Mayoress were present.
The event was introduced in typical ‘Punjabi’ tradition through Bhangra, Dhol, and Gidha. ‘Ladoos’ were given to all guests as a sweet offering.
The evening started with an introductory short film detailing the work of GNSA MAT and Sant Baba Amar Singh Ji. Baba Ji has worked tirelessly to raise the standards of education in India for the poor and needy. The work of Baba ji was praised by all that were present.
Dr Gurdeep Singh and GNSA Vice Principal Mr Antonio D’onofrio, welcomed all the guests and thanked everyone for their presence.
The event was themed on a play (titled Sada Rangla Punjab) acted and choreographed by GNSA students, focusing on equality and connecting back to your roots.
The acting and dancing was brilliantly performed and there was a lot of diversity in the performances ranging from traditional Bhangra and Gidha to Fusion Dance, Garba and Kathak performances.
GNSA students across the entire Academy have worked tremendously, throughout the year to make the event a success and full credit goes out to the students who were fantastic throughout.
GNSA MAT would like to convey heartfelt thanks to all for giving up their time, supporting the show and most importantly representing the school and its 'SHARE' values.
GNSA staff are grateful to be a part of such a dedicated team, with so much passion and willingness to go that extra mile even during such a busy school period.
GNSA MAT would particularly like to thank the Hungama organisers (Mrs Pavindeep Dhaliwal –Assistant Principal, Kulwinder Grewal, Gurjeet Bahra, Kirenjeet Jhaj, Rupinder Sunner and Gursharan Mand) for their hard work.
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