English club ‘Alphabet’ celebrated the birth anniversary of the novelist and short story writer ‘Charles Dickens’ on 7th February 2019.
Students presented a conversation on the life and works of Charles Dickens and read an article about the importance of English Language.
Students of primary school enacted the workhouse scene from Dickens’ novel ‘Oliver Twist’. They depicted the cruel treatment of many orphans in London in the mid 19th Century.
Students of secondary school presented the skit ‘The Christmas Carol’. They showed how Ebenzer Scrooge who has shut down his positive emotions is transformed through visits from the spirits of Christmas Past, Christmas present and Christmas yet to come. School Principal Smt.P.S.Visalakshi addressed the children and spoke why Dickens’ novels are still widely read today. She encouraged the children to read books and also laid stress on the importance of learning English Language.
TO OUR NEWSLETTER
Little Angels is a dream destination for students who wish to have holistic education. Excellent blending of curricular and co-curricular programmes in the school bring out the latent talents of students in the school.....Read More..