Happy Teachers' Day
Teacher appreciation makes the world of education go around.” -Helen
A teacher is a person who provides education for students. The role
of a teacher is to teach students. Teachers should be respected and
honoured. We should be grateful to teachers. They dedicate their time
and energy to teach students and to guide them in the right path. They
are considered as our second parents.
You can make teachers happy by giving them a small gift or a bouquet
of flowers. You should make the teachers happy on Teachers’ Day which
Teachers should not only be honoured on this particular day but show
love and respect everyday. Children should respect and listen to
In many countries Teachers' Day is intended to be a special day to
appreciate teachers. They include celebrations to honour them for their
special contribution in education or the community in general.
The date on which Teachers' Day-ay is distinct from World Teachers'
Day which is officially celebrated across the world today. In Sri Lanka
Teachers' Day is celebrated on October 6. Every school celebrates the
The idea of celebrating Teachers' Day took place in many countries
during the 20th century. In most cases, they celebrate a local educator
or an important milestone in education for example, Argentina
commemorates Domingo Faustino Sarmiento's death on September 11 since
1915. India celebrates Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan's birthday on
September 5 since 1962. This is the primary reason why countries
celebrate this day on different dates, unlike many other international
World Teachers' Day was inaugurated on October 5, 1994 by the United
Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) to mark
the 1966 joint signing of the UNESCO/ International Labour Organisation
(ILO) recommendation concerni ng the status of teachers.
Internationally, World Teachers' Day is celebrated on the first Friday
Celebrated in over 100 countries, World Teachers’ Day acknowledges
the efforts of teachers in an increasingly complex, multicultural and
It is a day on which students, parents and community members can
demonstrate their appreciation for the contributions that teachers have
made to their community.Teachers' Day is not just a day for fun and
change of roles.
It is also a day to remember how much of hard work and time goes in
before a teacher walks into the classroom and teaches you that chapter.
It is a day to show gratitude to the person who has patiently heard you
out when you asked the same question a hundred times. It is also a day
to thank the person who guided you in matters more than academic.
A person like that truly deserves a special day.
They teach us, guide us, love us and scold us when we leave school
and they never forget us.
So, show your gratitude, love and respect to your teachers who try
hard to make you a better citizen.