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Co-Curricular Activities

Std 2 puppet show on children's day(Pinocchio)

Puppet Show

Puppetry

Library: Shadow puppet show

Story name: Elephant and friend

Moral: Friend in need is a friend indeed

Puppet Show
Puppet Show

Gk Quiz competition finale Std 2

Gk Quiz competition finale Std 2
Gk Quiz competition finale Std 2
Gk Quiz competition finale Std 2
Gk Quiz competition finale Std 2

Std 2 Hindi assembly topic-khilone

Hindi Recitation Finals - Std.III
Hindi Recitation Finals - Std.III
Hindi Recitation Finals - Std.III
Hindi Recitation Finals - Std.III

Std.III Kannada Recitation Finals

Hindi Recitation Finals - Std.III

Hindi Recitation Finals - Std.III

Hindi Recitation Finals - Std.III
Hindi Recitation Finals - Std.III

Elocution Std.IV

Elocution, the skill of articulation, has been a competition that is always looked forward to. With poise, confidence and flair the participants took the stage and spoke with elan on the topics given.

Elocution Std.IV
Elocution Std.IV

EVS Activity

EVS Activity
EVS Activity
EVS Activity
EVS Activity

Recitation Std.I

Recitation Std.I

Independence Day Activity Std.I

Independence Day Activity Std.I
Independence Day Activity Std.I

Folk tales of Std.4

In connect with the most age old and important traditions that have passed down the generations a session on STORY TELLING for the children of Std. IV was conducted on 31st July, 2018.

Folk tales of std 4th
Folk tales of std 4th

Health Talk: Hygiene and Nutrition

The young curious minds of Std.III children were bursting with earnest questions. By interacting with the Nutritionist all their pressing doubts were answered.

Health Talk: Hygiene and Nutrition
Health Talk: Hygiene and Nutrition
Health Talk: Hygiene and Nutrition
Health Talk: Hygiene and Nutrition

Stop the germs, wash your hands

Stop the germs, wash your hands
Stop the germs, wash your hands

Drawing Competition - Std.III.

Drawing Competition - Std.III

I selected the topic "Go Green" for my drawing competition. My mother and my sister helped me in preparing for the drawing. The 'mother earth' in my drawing is saying "Please help me, I am on fire, you are burning me.""

When the competition results were announced I jumped with joy as I had won the first prize. My mother and my sister were also happy for me.

  • Shriya R III-Std A1

Singing Competition - Std.III

Singing Competition - Std.III

Singing Competition - Std.I

Singing Competition

Singing Competition - Std.II.

Singing Competition
Singing Competition

Puppet Show

The puppet show was organised as a theatre activity. Children read a story with a positive value and teachers presented the same using hand puppets. The children were delighted to see the puppets on stage.

Puppet Show
Puppet Show

Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood
Little Red Riding Hood

Quiz Competition

The inquisitive children of Std.III participated in the quiz competition and showcased their splendid quizzing skills. Their knowledge about various subjects left everyone flabbergasted.

Quiz Competition
Quiz Competition

Spell Bee

The young competitive minds of Std.III battled against each other in the Spell Bee competition and displayed their superb spelling potential. Their confidence was indeed commendable.

Spell Bee
Spell Bee

Talent Exploration - going beyond expectations

"Lets step to the beat" - Dance & Aerobics

Channelising energy contributing to physical health, vitality and endurance. Builds motor skills and latent skills. It helps realise potentials of students.

"Raising the young patriot" - National Festivals

An understanding of the rich culture heritage and tradition. Inculcating pride for the nation. Awareness of the civic duties and responsibilities creating a platform to showcase talents.

"Expressing that which cannot be said" - Music

Ignites all areas of child development - intellectual, social, emotional, and motor, recognition of language, words, melodies, rhythm and beats.

We believe that the ability to speak, debate, organize, plan and execute helps a Child progress in life as much as proficiency in academics. Co-curricular activities bring out hidden talents. The topics for which are choosen favouring trends of the modern age.

Rajyotsava Celebrations

Primary school celebrated Kannada Rajyotsava with fervor and enthusiasm.Students of Std.I & II depicted the unique customs and style of dress and accent of Kannada.

Students of Std.III & IV collected information about rivers of Karnataka completely and glorified in their speech, song and dance.

Bards
Bards

Talents Day

Talents_Day
Talents_Day

Poetry Competition

Std 1 conducted a poetry and recitation competition on 9 th July. The young "Bards" in the making recited poems on various topics of acclaimed poets with specially made props.

Parent participation in training and preparing is an additional boost to building this talent which is appreciated by the school.

Bards
Bards

Some important co-curricular activities are:

  • Elocution
  • Pick and Speak
  • Pick and Act
  • Spell Bee
  • Quiz
  • Singing
  • Art and Drawing
  • Memory Test
  • Handwriting / Penmanship

Elocution: A staple of the primary school curriculum, elocution is a test of speaking, pronunciation, grammar, style and tone. Students taking part in the elocution contest are judged on voice control, gestures, accent and emphasis on words. The topic is given to them in advance, they display great eloquence and confidence in the limited time given to them. Even if they don't 'win' they go with the feeling that they gave their best boosting their mood and self confidence.

Pick and Speak:Much like elocution the students take centre stage, pick a topic from several given topics and speak with fluency and passion.

Pick and Act: A platform to showcase the acting skills. Every student aspiring to be the next 'Cine Super Star' wants a shot at this event. They are judged on speech, expression, presentation and overall impression. The tiny tots of primary steal the show and the hearts of the judges with their radiance and innocence who after much deliberation choose a winner.

Spell Bee: A treat for the spelling geek is a thrilling spelling match to test spelling ability. The students are challenged by a series of words that they need to spell with the level of difficulty varying with skill level. The more words they get right harder the words get. It is indeed 'Spell bounding' to watch the young minds work on the words which for them would have been seemingly difficult, but they battle it out overcoming the tough words with cool and calm thinking solving the riddles and puzzles.

Quiz: It is said lately that quizzing is a dying art, these words are proven wrong at Carmel. The quiz begins with written preliminary round in the classroom out of which finalists are selected, who then take centre stage. It is then a battle of wits and a question of handling pressure right. Initial questions are pretty straight forward and some with a slight twist. Some questions do bamboozle the contestants, but once the competition picks up pace the answers come thick and fast. The audience of children is also completely involved in each and every aspect of the quiz. Emotions run high on the final round, while it ends in heart break for some, it is the sweet taste of victory for others. Ending in thunderous applause, witnessing this competition is a grand experience in itself and one that we all should be a part of one time or another.

Singing: 'Music speaks what cannot be expressed, heals the heart and makes it whole'. At primary, music is indeed one of the languages we communicate in. Every year the most talented singers of primary school pit their voices against each other. The singers astound the judges with their talent. Their melodious effort enthralls the audience.

Art and Drawing: The hands create the heart's desire. The creativity skill and imagination of primary school is displayed in the art and drawing competition that all the students take part in. The marvellous work of their tiny hands also shows the hard work and dedication of the art teacher. The prize goes to the most ambidextrous artist. The parents too are really amazed and impressed at some of the beautiful art work that is displayed.

Memory Test: To test how good the memory of a child is, a memory test is conducted in primary school. 10-20 items are displayed to the students for a few minutes, then hidden. The students then try to remember and recollect the items from memory and write them down. This exercise tests long term memory, sensory skills, concentration, visualization and linking the items together through location.

Handwriting / Penmanship: The manner and art of writing with skill and style with the right strokes and positions is tested here. A good handwriting is worth having, cause it can help in school and beyond. Good Penmanship is indeed enviable in this digital age.

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