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365Telugu.com online news,November 10th,2023: Pallavi International School, Bachupally, recently hosted the much-anticipated Spardha event, a vibrant inter-school competition that showcased the diverse talents and creativity of students from various schools in the region.

The event was a resounding success, filled with .

The event was clearly well-attended and graced by distinguished guests. The presence of Principal ma’am Ms Anuradha murthi, Academic Director Dr.T.Sudha, and Dynamic Director Mr.A.Sushil Kumar added to the event’s prestige.

It is also wonderful that the event featured Ms.Geeta Bhaskar, an art influencer and actress, and Mrs Radha, a renowned story teller, as judges. This combination of esteemed individuals ensured a truly memorable and impactful event.

The event commenced with a mesmerizing classical dance performance that captivated the audience. The graceful movements and expressive storytelling of the dancers set the stage for a day of artistic excellence.

Students from grades 1 and 2 enthralled the audience with their melodious group singing. Their innocent voices and harmonious renditions filled the air with joy and cheer.

Dot art and button art workshops provided an opportunity for students to unleash their creativity. Using a variety of dots and buttons, they created intricate patterns and designs, showcasing their imagination and artistic flair.

Group singing once again took center stage with students from grades 3 and 4 showcasing their vocal prowess. Their confident performances and well-coordinated harmonies were a testament to their dedication and musical talent.

The event also featured a unique competition-designing a calendar. Students from various schools put their creative thinking skills to the test, designing calendars with eye-catching visuals and informative content.

A workshop on tints, tones, and shades explored the nuances of color theory. Students learned about the different types of colors and how to create a variety of shades and tones, enhancing their understanding of colors and their artistic expression.

Grades 5 and 6 students took the stage for another round of group singing, their voices resonating with confidence and enthusiasm. Their performances showcased the vocal talent and stage presence of these young singers.

Fruits and vegetables carving workshops transformed ordinary produce into works of art. Students skillfully carved fruits and vegetables into intricate shapes and designs, demonstrating their creativity and culinary skills.

Monologue and storytelling competitions provided platforms for students to express themselves through spoken word. They captivated the audience with their engaging narratives, storytelling prowess, and dramatic flair.

The Dress Like A Character competition allowed students to bring their favorite literary characters to life. They dressed up in elaborate costumes and performed scenes from their chosen books, showcasing their creativity and imagination.

A memory game challenged students’ cognitive abilities and powers of recall. They competed against each other, testing their ability to remember and recall information quickly and accurately.

The Best out of Waste competition encouraged students to think creatively and sustainably. They transformed discarded materials into useful and innovative items, demonstrating their environmental consciousness and artistic talent.

Solo singing performances by students from grades 3 and 4 added a touch of individual brilliance to the event. Their confident solos showcased their vocal range, musicality, and stage presence.

The Spardha event concluded with a prize distribution ceremony, recognizing the outstanding achievements of the participants.

The event was a resounding success, providing a platform for students to showcase their talents, learn from each other, and celebrate their creativity.