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REMEMBERING NEHRU:Children's Day celebrations at St Mark's Boys Town (Right) Tiny tots of Maples School at the didactic exhibition
HELPING HAND:Students of Meridian School at the government school at Mudewin village
HYDERABAD: St. Mark's Boys Town High School at Jahanuma celebrated the Children's Day on November 13 with a variety of cultural programmes. The programmes included inter-house dance competitions, fancy dress competition for teachers and a skit by teachers with the theme ‘Save the Planet Earth'.
Abdullah, a student donned the role of Pandit Nehru and acted as the chief guest for the occasion.
An adaptation of Frederick Knott's play ‘Wait Until Dark' was enacted by the Nasr Dramatic Society as part of its annual stage show.
The plot revolving around Susie Hendrix, a blind home-maker who unknowingly hides a dangerous prize in her house, kept the audience on the edge of their seats.
The play was directed by Ratnashekhar Reddy.
Meridian School, Banjara Hills adopted a government high school with 50 students and seven teachers in the Mudewin village of Mahabubnagar district, through a formal function held at the village. The programme involved collection and donation of necessary school stationery and the utensils for midday meals.
The school was supplied with teaching aids, chalks, dusters, buckets, mugs and water storage drums, apart from a sports kit that included a cricket kit, volley balls, skipping ropes and tennis racquets.
Children's Day was celebrated through a didactic exhibition titled ‘Exploring and Exhibiting the Science around Us', by students of Maples School, Nizampet Road. Students of each class gave presentations to the visiting parents on various science-related topics, using charts, and models.
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