As a part of Literature Fest week at JG International School, students of class 1 presented their novel “The Great Story Teller” by Ken Spillman in the form of dance and drama on 3rd February, 2020. The chief guest for the day was Ms. Darsha Kikani, member of Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, UK and Fellow Member of Institute of Company Secretaries of India.
Day 2 of the Lit Fest had students of grade II presenting their novel “The Jungle Book” by Rudyard Kipling in the form of dance and drama.
The guest for the day was Mahnaz Damania. She is trained in the craft of stage and camera acting. She had the opportunity to study and perform in short feature films and Broadway plays. She has worked for television series, short films, TVCs and online viral, among other media.
The spectacular event of the day was ‘Swami and Friends’ performed by J.G International students of Grade IV from R.K Narayan’s collection of Malgudi days. It was marvelous to be a part of the third edition of the Lit – Fest.
The most awaiting fourth day of the JGIS Lit Fest began with the introduction of the novel The Charlie and The Great Glass Elevator in the form of wrap performed by Simran Nanavati and Preesha Chanderia , which was again brilliantly composed by them.
‘The Best Days of My Life, a novel written by Ms. Scharada Dubey , was read by the students of grade V throughout the year. The novel was brought alive by the students in the form of a play and dance. The Chief guest for the day was Ms. Uma Oza , an immensely talented and deeply committed person. She is a teacher educator and a personal growth facilitator. A special invitation was given to the parents too, to witness the show and encourage the students.
On day 6 of the Lit-Fest, students of Grade VI showcased a novel ‘The Phantom Tollbooth’ by Norton Juster.
Students took the initiative to read and analyze the novel over the time of this academic year. Towards the end, the team collaborated and put up the important glimpses of the story. They portrayed the relationship of numbers and words and even the importance of time in our life.
Mr. Himanshu Nainani, a correspondent and a copywriter graced the event as a chief guest for the day.
The day 7 of the JGIS Literature Festival was a successful journey, full of entertainment, humour and wit. The students of class 7 ICSE had put up a dramatic representation of the story ‘A Hero’ from the novel Malgudi Schooldays by R.K Narayan.
The students successfully put forth the message that, “If one has courage he can do anything, strength and age are never a barrier for a courageous person.”
The final day of the JGIS Lit Fest 2020 began with an introduction to the short story, The Canterville Ghost, by Oscar Wilde. Two students, Manav and Angaj introduced the story as well as the chief guest with a rap song.
The students of class 8 ICSE presented the story of Sir Simon, the ghost, in an entertaining and creative manner. They tried to convey the message, “When we do something wrong to others, our soul would not get peace even after passing from the world.”
Fasten your laces
Toes behind the line
The sun is shining
It’s Sports Festival time