The A.M. Naik School in Powai celebrated the birth anniversary of renowned playwright, poet, and dramatist William Shakespeare through a week-long literary and fine arts extravaganza in their quintessential style. The celebration witnessed enthusiastic participation from students across all age groups, from Elementary to Secondary sections.
Each day began with a quote from the Bard of Avon, followed by a range of board activities such as Crossword, Word Search, and Portmanteau designed for the students. The students were also encouraged to create new words, taking cues from the many words coined by Shakespeare that we still use today.
The week-long celebration included various activities that accelerated the budding writers and painters, such as Pencil Perfect, a handwriting competition clubbed with a poster-making competition. The students were also kept on their toes with an array of puzzles.
The school's literary week integrated art and literature beautifully, with activities such as Comic Strip Creation and Paint A Poem, which brought out the artistic and creative side of the students.
The celebration aimed to promote reading and writing while encouraging the students to become lifelong learners. The enthusiastic learners were lauded for their participation and received certificates of appreciation at the end of the event.
William Shakespeare once said, "The object of art is to give life a shape," and the A. M. Naik School's literary week brought these words to life. It was a fun-filled and engaging affair that left a lasting impression on the students, promoting the importance of art and literature in our lives.