On 10th May 2020, The K Tahta Armenian Community Sunday School used ZOOM video conferencing facilities and organised a virtual celebration of the Liberation of Shushi’s victory day

At 11.00 AM London time, all K Tahta School students with their families joined together to celebrate this occasion with the help of ZOOM virtually.
Governors Haig Armaghanian and Silva Dilanchian joined the school children along with their parents and guardians who were participating in this unprecedented event.
Governor Garo Karabeyekian greeted and welcomed all and introduced the programme of the day. The assembly commenced with singing the Armenian National Anthem followed by His Grace Bishop Hovakim Manukyan greeting and congratulating all on the occasion of the Liberation and explained its significance for all Armenians throughout the world, and concluded with his blessings and prayers.

The Bishop’s blessings were then followed by the School Headteacher Mrs. Ruzanna Tatulyan’s greetings and the introduction of the days programme, congratulating the Liberation of Shushi’s victory day and informing the children that this year we are celebrating the 28th anniversary of the formation of Artsakh’s army and Shushi’s Liberation.

During the assembly, year 9 students recited Hovhannes Shiraz’s famous poem “My Holy Mother Land” .Additionally, starting from pre-school up to year 8 the students recited and presented Paruyr Sevak’s “We are few, but we are called Armenians”. Even behind the computer desk, each student showed their determination to beautifully recite the poems.

The arrangements of the video recitation by the students was organised by one of the School Teachers, Mrs. Lena, and her daughter Leah Kulkanjians, who is a former student and now a Teacher Assistant in the school, the school is very grateful to both for their efforts. Without the hard work of the school this would not have been possible.