REPORT ON FANCY DRESS COMPETITION
Date: 27/04/202 REPORT ON FANCY DRESS COMPETITION
“The most bea utiful world is always entered through imagination.”- Helen Keller
Although perceived as a mere fun activity, fancy dress is of great benefit to children especially for preschoolers and for children that are in the foundation years for building their imagination and vocabulary.
To enhance creativity, imagination and build confidence; a Fancy Dress Compeition was conducted for the students of Grade I to IV on 27th April, 2022 by P.P Savani Cambridge International School. The students participated in huge numbers and showcased their versatility. The school got their students into the skin of freedom fighters and national leaders.
The children dressed as freedom fighters and national leaders were brilliant in their own way. It was a delight from start to finish with children, in an array of glittering costumes including that of Jhansi Rani Lakshmibai,, Mother Teresa, Swami Vivekanand, Savitribai Phule, Subhash Chandra Bose, Bhagat Singh, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Jawaharlal Nehru and Sarojini Naidu, mouthing famous dialogues and slogans, leaving the audience enthralled. They were all smartly dressed up and took part with much enthusiasm. The students presented themselves by sharing information about the characters they depicted. The students also enjoyed coming dressed as Freedom fighters of India and taking part in the Fancy Dress Competition. They all looked vibrant in their colorful and different costumes and played their parts confidently.The students were given an opportunity to speak in front of others and bring forth their talents.
What matters most in such events is not winning or losing, but participation.
The objective of the competition was met as the students learnt about many important social reformers and their achievements. It helped to build English conversational skills.
The winners of the competition are:
In Grade 1, Aiden Tomi bagged the first prize, followed by Aaron Satasiya with the second and Sarth Sakariya won the third prize.
In the Grade 2, Swara Patel won the first prize, Rajvi Dhakecha the second and Rudra Thakkar won the third prize.
In Grade 3, Navya Lad bagged the first prize, followed by Swara Chavda with the second and Angel Tomi won the third prize.
In Grade 4, Yashvi Chitroda bagged the first prize, followed by Kalp Kapuria with the second and Rihaan Nakhrani won the third prize.