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Inter-House Story Telling Competition
Across the millennia, civilizations have understood the power of stories. From the hieroglyphs of Ancient Egypt to the tapestries of Medieval Europe and Chinese shadow puppetry, the majority of cultures have used storytelling as a powerfully effective way to depict real-life events and influence what people remember them for. Over time these stories evolve and develop, and history is recounted.
Storytellers in society open up worlds of possibility through words and imagery. They allow us to connect to their journey and expand our own understanding of the world around us. They allow our minds to explore and help us build images. Nothing like a story to add to the appeal of speeches, lectures and debates.
Sapphire International School conducted an Inter-House Story Telling Competition on 16th April 2022. The competition was conducted for two categories. Category I for the students of Grade 2 to 5 and Category II for the students of Grade 6 to 8. All the students enthusiastically participated in this event. The criteria for judgment were as follows:- Fluency, Story Structure, Pronunciation and Presentation. The event was judged by Mr M.K.Mehta, Ms Simmi Tiwari and Ms Neha Bhatia.
The results are as follows:-
1st Position – Centaurus House (Raunak Ganjhu and Bhagyashree Rashi)
2nd Position – Pegasus House (Moulik Tejwant and Swati Rajvardhan)
3rd Position – Aquila House (Saanvi Singh and Lavya Choudhary)
4th Position – Orion House (Atharv Singh and Kamakshi Dhanshree)
1st Position – Centaurus House (Ritvik Roy and Prakhar Kumar)
2nd Position – Orion House (Atharva Raj Chauhan and Arshia Choudhary)
3rd Position – Pegasus House (Mantra Sardana and Suraj Singh)
4th Position – Aquila House (Aparajita Singh and Shreyansh Ghosh)
Mr Mehta, one of the jury members enlightened the students with his valuable words. To be a good speaker, one must learn to be a good listener.
The entire event was meticulously hosted by Ms Jaya Thakur and Ms Anjali Tigga from the English Department