The event started off with a reading of the annual report by the headmistress Rm. Karpagambal. The cultural programmes which followed were based on seasons, South Indian poets of the 14th and 15th centuries and environmental protection.
Primary students portrayed values like kindness, compassion through dance, songs and mimes. Songs about bees, butterflies, grasshoppers and ants brought out the importance of hard work in a subtle manner. The need to conserve wildlife and to implement rain water harvesting was depicted through dance. A musical drama about why every child should plant a sapling was well appreciated by the audience.
The event ended with a mime about the need to preserve water. The polluting acts of people and their crude ways of creating their own scarcity was depicted.