19 Sep

Dear Parent,

The much awaited event of the year is round the corner. The Literary Week, from 25th to 29th September, is that time of the year when students can take part and showcase their literary talents. Competitions and events are specially designed to bring out the students’ latent inspirations and capabilities.

Given below is the events scheduled for the week:

Grades

Date / Day

Event

Description

I-II

25/9/17

Monday

Book Charms

A competition where the students  have to create charming bookmarks using only waste paper and materials. The materials and paper must be carried by the student.

Judging criteria – Neatness, Innovative use of waste materials and Overall impact.

III-IV

25/9/17

Monday

A picture speaks a 1000 words

A competition where the students have to illustrate and design a cover for a storybook of their choice. An A4 sheet will be provided for the competition, all other materials needed must be carried by the student.

Judging criteria – Neatness, Creativity and Overall impact.

V-VI

25/9/17

Monday

Harmonious Haikus

A competition where the students will be given 2 topics on the spot to compose Haikus.

Judging criteria – Correct number of syllables used, Title, Creativity, Imagery.

VII-X

25/9/17

Monday

Tiny Tales

A competition where the students have to write a 50 word story based on the criteria given.

Judging criteria – Creativity, Imagery, Title, Punctuation and Meeting the criteria

V-X

26/7/19

Tuesday

What’s the Good Word?

A quiz competition to test the power of vocabulary among the students.

I-IV

27/7/19

Wednesday

Hansya Kavi Samelan

The student will recite funny poems.

Judging criteria – Intonation, Diction, Clarity, Humour and Gesticulation

V-X

28/7/19

Thursday

Vaad Vivaad

The students will participate in a debate and will speak For or Against on a given topic.

Judging criteria – Clarity, Logic, Art of persuasion, Maintaining decorum.

Grades I to IV will have a special event where they can write letters to their favourite fantasy characters. They can communicate to their favourite characters through small notes or letters and share their thoughts and feelings with them. The best letter might get a reply …

 

We hope that you will encourage your ward to participate in the Literary week activities and events with great enthusiasm.


Our Best,

Authorised Personnel