Story Telling Competition held at The British School Chandigarh

TC Bureau Chandigarh: A story telling competition was held at the British School Chandigarh under the hubs of learning a PISA initiative program. It was based on the theme of “sharing and caring to spread cheer on Christmas “in lieu of the Christmas celebration. Christmas is the perfect time to celebrate the love of God and family and to create memories that last forever.

The intent and the purpose of the event were to instill moral values and ethics in the young generation and thus create socially responsible Indian citizens. Five schools from the Chandigarh vicinity participated. The students performed spectacularly narrating their stories using creative props, voice modulation and impressive expressions. Story Tellers won everyone’s heart and were applauded. The Chitkara International School Chandigarh bagged first position as their story titled “Gajapati  Kulapati” left everyone spellbound. Further, Second Position was bagged by The British School Chandigarh, with their story titled ‘The Tailor of Gloucester’ followed by The Saint Soldier School, Chandigarh who won the third position with their story involving the Dragon who really wanted to change the color highlighting the theme sharing is caring.

The first, second and third position holders were given trophies and certificates. Participation certificates were also given to the non-winning teams. Chief Guest Mr. Vijay Kapoor , a proud receiver of Sahitya Akademi award praised the earnest efforts of the teachers and students. This entire event left a sparkling and a lasting impression on the audience making everyone realize and imbibe the importance of storytelling and listening highlighting the zeal to participate as fair competitors.


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