“Kaledioscope “ the exhibition encompassing art, science, and humanities was a runaway success!
In the exhibition, students of classes IV to VIII got a chance to exhibit their talent and apply practical aspect of the things that they have learnt in the classroom. This was a real opportunity for the kids to easily implement the things that they learn.
It was surprising to see the various pieces of handwork . The exhibits were attractive and colourful for they had been prepared and designed well by the students with guidance from the Art teachers. The students were obviously enthusiastic about their work; for each item was displayed carefully.
There were many sections to interest parents and friends who came to see the work of their children. In the geography section, there were clay models of physical features like hills, mountains and plateaus set in a natural environment of green landscape with rivers meandering through the land. The students took us back in time with a skit based on the historical war between Alexander the great and the hindu king Porus. The students essayed the characters with such ease and elan!
Various exhibits on Science in our daily life kept the students and parents enthused through the day. Brain teasing mathematical games ,wherein the students had some tricky questions for the adults were indeed a delight!
The exhibition ,true to its name was a colourful and interesting initiative that opened the doors to creativity and innovation.