Exploring Worlds through Words

‘Fabulinus’ event that was held on the 8th of March was a massive hit. Students showcased their love for different languages in captivating ways. Students across grades participated in language club culmination to showcase their talent in different languages (Hindi, Tamil, French and English). 

In the hustle and bustle of modern living, it is easy to overlook the simple yet essential aspects of our health. One such aspect is the role of fruits in our daily diet. With adept command over Hindi, including its intricate jargons and vast vocabulary, we embarked on a delightful journey through a fruit skit, delving into the significance of fruits in our lives and elucidating why they deserve a prime place on our plates. 

Each Hindi student across Grades 1 to 8 had dressed up as a fruit that they liked and showcased themselves to the entire school and explained about the importance of that fruit in Hindi. 

The ‘fruit skit’ serves as a poignant reminder of the importance of fruits in daily life. As we navigate the complexities of modern living, laughter echoed through the walls of CPS, as students eagerly awaited the skit that was performed in the 

comedy genre with their school mates. This year, a group of talented Tamil students took the stage to present, ‘ELLU NA ENNAYA IRRUPAN’. Students took on the challenge of delivering a purely comedic script, delighting the audience with their wit, charm, and impeccable timing. 

But it wasn’t just the performances that captivated the audience; it was also the cultural significance of the event. By choosing to perform in Tamil, the students not only showcased their talents but also celebrated the rich heritage and language of their culture. It was a testament to the school’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, as well as an opportunity for students to connect with their roots in a fun and engaging way. 

BONJOUR BONOUR COMMENT ÇAVA??.. Excitement filled the air as the children eagerly immersed themselves in the French language and culture. The French students of CPans, took to the stage with radiant smiles, they recited the rhyme in flawless French, their voices resonated with warmth and sincerity, captivating the audience with their innocence and charm. These young learners demonstrated how to embrace different cultures through this rhyme.

Displays by the English Department was impressive. The highlight of it was the book review on ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ that transported us to different realms through the eyes of a young literary enthusiast, Rexiline Celsia, IG YR 1. 

Adding a twist to the event, Akshatha and Varnika engaged in a lively tongue twister challenge, leaving the audience in awe of their linguistic prowess. Amidst the fun and games, fascinating English language facts were shared by our Grade 4 students, Aarnav and Dharshana, shedding light on the complexity of the language. 

The event reached its crescendo with heartfelt poetry recitations by Rian Jean Silvester and Tejaswini Vivek of CAIE 3, proving that language is not just about words but a journey of emotions and imagination. 

‘Fabulinus’ truly lived up to its name, weaving together linguistic features that left everyone with a newfound appreciation for the power of words.

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