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English Literature is Perception, Emotion and Life; it is humanity talking to itself. With this in mind,  English Literary Week was organized for students of classes I to V.  The primary motive of this being to foster  love for literature and  reading because “Reading Accelerates Success”. The week began with a special assembly displaying role play on tenses and highlighting great literary figures with illustration of their works. During the week each class had a specific age-appropriate activity organized for them in the form of intra class competition and following is the detail of first position winners:- 

Class I – JAM (Just a Minute)- Herein each child was required to speak on any topic of their choice for just 1 minute and the position holders are -Ahnaf A Ahmad, Shanaya Jain, Shonaya Rajput, Shirin Ami and Abhigyan Prakash

Class II – Vocab Hat ParadeStudents showcased a Vocab Hat Parade to exhibit their knowledge of Vocabulary in a creative manner and the first position holders are -Satvik, Hirudhya Sharma, Aarushi Arora, Saesha Bahl, Hashi, Laksh Rajput, Saatvik Kumar and Rian Roy

Class III – StoryBeatz-- English Story Telling Competition was conducted for class III and the Outstanding Storytellers are Arpita Chaudhary, Adya Thakur and Akshat Pandey. Along with these the first position holders are -Priyanshi and Aditya Tiwari

Class IV – Stand-Up Thoughts- The students gave a recap of the year that went by and the first position went to Bhavya Gupta and Vidita. 

Class V – Rhymester

Poetry Recitation was conducted for class V students and the judgement criteria  was  creativity, pronunciation, voice clarity and overall presentation. Here Deepansh Bhatt and Raadhiya Gupta declared as Outstanding Rhymesters and first position went to Mudita Lamba, Aashita Sharma and Akshat Singh. 


Along with these second and third positions were also declared for all the classes. Heartiest applauds to all the participants and congratulations to the position winners. May the craving for the nectar of the LITERATURE remain insatiable!