Knowledge Fest 2023 by the students of class I and II, concluded with a gratifying feeling of success and achievement as our tiny tots showcased their talents and creativity through an array of exhibits.
The maths fair organised by the Maths Club highlighted the history and importance of money and different ways of transaction, thus exposing children to real world situations through the use of minimalistic games and tasks.
The Eco Club dedicatedly cautioned the audience against the harms of global warming through models, posters and other exhibits.
While their oratory skills were flaunted at the Object Talk and Story Weaving events of the English Oratory club, their acting skills were unveiled as the Drama Club staged ‘Tom Sawyer white washes the fence’ by Mark Twain and impressed the audience with their flamboyant portrayal.
The famous personalities quiz by the GK Club showcased the knowledge and enthusiasm of the participants, while testing and expanding their understanding of renowned personalities.
Exhibits of the art, music and dance clubs were a vibrant display of creative talents from our tiny artists, musicians and dancers.
The art club engaged the audience with their beautiful paper collages, origami craftwork and clay models.
While the very dynamic choir of the Music Club sang in unison and their voices reverberated in every corner of the building, the sound of the bodacious steps of the dancers of the Dance Club intrigued the onlookers through their dance drama on Save the Earth.
The response of the audience was overwhelming positive. The event left a lasting impression on attendees, fostering a sense of pride and inspiration within the school community.