Creative expression broadens students’ perspectives on the world. Enacting different roles for an audience helps them make connections and understand different emotions and responses, helping them become more expansive and sociable to individuals around them. Grade VI’s Qindeel e Adab was the outcome of a lot of hard work in making connections between the performance and the crux of the stories. From scripts and pages of storybooks, students brought the characters’ words and actions on stage, which was truly remarkable!
Our esteemed Chief Guest, Mr Mohsin Rizvee, veteran director & producer; and Guest of Honour, Mr Fahim Khan, a seasoned journalist, were in awe of the students’ performances. They congratulated the students, teachers, parents and the School for organizing such important events for students based on timeless works of Allama Iqbal in the highly appreciated presentation “Jawab e Shikwa”; recitals and roleplays in Urdu and English languages and the melodious Nasheed in the Arabic language.
The major theme of the event was gratitude and showing gratefulness in our actions towards nature, people, resources and all that Allah Almighty has created. Special commendation to the teachers of the Junior Section who prepared the students to internalize and depict these roles so beautifully.
It is most important to highlight the fact that each and every student of Grade VI had some role in the impressive line-up of 19 programmes during the event, alhamdulillah.