In the school survey, 79 students were absent from private celebrations

The Brenley survey covers students’ feelings about offline events and celebrations at school before Children’s Day.

In a recent survey conducted on the occasion of Children’s Day, the world’s largest online learning platform, Brainley, revealed how students missed the celebration in private at school. Previous research has shown that 77 percent of students still seek help from online learning platforms like Brainley after reopening their schools, and about 75 percent want their schools to follow a hybrid model of learning for the foreseeable future. Recent research suggests that they are interested in meeting with their friends and teachers to celebrate events such as Children’s Day. Here are the top highlights of the survey:

78% of Indian students are thrilled to be back at school on time for Children’s Day

The most significant effects of the COVID-19 epidemic were restrictions on movement and gathering. For students, this means a long break of about 2 years from physical school. In a time when they have adapted to digital learning, 78 percent of students are eager to return to brick-and-mortar school to meet their peers and teachers just in time for Children’s Day.

Most students look forward to celebrating in person at school

During India‚Äôs Grand Festive season, 79 per cent of students have missed out on attending private events since the start of the home-study instance. Since the start of the offline school in the last half of 2021, 55 percent of all students mentioned that their school has hosted on-ground events, they are eagerly awaiting the upcoming Children’s Day celebrations.

Fifty-two percent of students said their schools were conducting Children’s Day physical events

Children’s Day is one of the most popular and highly anticipated events where students and teachers come together to celebrate. The Brainley survey found that 71 percent of students know that Children’s Day is celebrated on the occasion of the birth anniversary of India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and to raise awareness about children’s rights, care and education. Therefore, it is a welcome revelation that 52% of students say that their schools are once again hosting an on-ground Children’s Day this year.

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