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Creative overflow at ICSK Junior!

Tuesday, January 24, 2023
Creative overflow at ICSK Junior!

It was a matter of pride and absolute delight for The Indian Community School Kuwait -Junior, who organised ‘Creante -The Creative Corner’ – a school exhibition on 12th January, 2023. The students of LKG to class 6 poured their creativity and talent to exhibit their artistic and attractive work.

The Mascot of Creante was designed by the Art teacher, Mrs. Suma Suresh transforming the ideas into vision of two students – Poornima Sreejith of class 6E and Daniel Sanju Paul of class 5B. They were felicitated by the chief guest, Dr. Tiju Abdul Kadir, Orthopedic Surgeon, MBBS, MS Orthopedics. He is in Charge of Orthopedic Accreditation in Mubarak Al Kabeer Hospital for Canadian Board Accreditation.

This concept of giving an opportunity to the students to exhibit their creative acumen was the idea of our Principal, Mrs. C. Sheeja who is an exemplary role model for her staff and students and always futuristic in her approach.

The chief guest addressing the staff and students, applauded their tremendous and wonderful work. New ideas grow in the minds of young children and these are the platforms where ideas begin to bloom for the development of the world. He acknowledged that lots of effort have gone to this and complimented the entire team.

The occasion was graced by the Honorary Secretary- Mr. Amer Mohammed, Senior Administrator & Principal, ICSK Senior – Dr. V. Binumon and Mrs. Sherly Dennis – Director ISEK.

The dignitaries appreciated and encouraged all the participants. The vibrating pulse of ‘Creante’ was felt as one entered the portals of the school premises. The plethora of exhibits were seen in each classroom. The cherry on the cake was the dramatization by the students which mesmerised the onlookers.

The KG section came up with innovative ideas in decoration and provided the crowd a gala time across the lush green jungle. The English Department artistically exhibited various presentations like reading corner, vocabulary world, photo booth, enactment, vivid presentation of poetry etc. that was a feast to the eye. The Hindi department depicted the literary heritage and live presentations of ‘Bharat ke Ratan’ that added colour to the event.

The exhibits of the computer department and Robotics was educative and informative. The Social Science and KSS exhibits showcased the significant events of history depicted through their models. The spectators got a bird’s eye view of culture, tradition, customs and food habits of different states of India and Kuwait. Mathematics was well connected to the magic of numbers. Its application in daily life was brought alive with innovative and eye catchy models.

The Science wing saw the maximum participation. The students had prepared fantastic working models which was a delight for each eye. The Arabic and Islamic department exhibited exclusive models with Arabic calligraphy besides works related to the religion. The Art department beautifully displayed drawing and painting made by the students. The exhibits were vibrant and colourful that made the spectators spell bound.

There was a humongous response which boosted up the confidence of all in ICSK Junior. This exhibition was an excellent effort from the students, parents and staff. It was a fun filled, enriching experience which motivated the children to draw out their best and indeed it was a grand success.

All’s well that ends well! The prime objective of this exhibition was to provide ample scope to each and every student to keep their curiosity alive and to ensure the overall development of all the students. It was a spectacular show with children showcasing their innovative ideas.

Creante proved that learning can be fun filled and entertaining.

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