Handwriting Competition

Handwriting

Nothing is more pleasing than looking at beautiful handwriting. These days, even handwriting based fonts are used to make text look beautiful.

The Handwriting Competition is organised for the students to exhibit their mastery over their handwriting skills.  They compete against their own standards and are put in two categories – cursive and manuscript. One key difference between their usual writing routine and the competition is the ‘time’ factor. It is not an ‘exam’ in conventional sense; so they can take their time to put in their best effort.

Get, Set... Write!

The world of communication has changed. From using symbols to write on walls, to not being able to do without keypads and keyboards; it has indeed come a long way. In such setting, here’s how our students rekindled the love for this craft with their dexterous hands.

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Little Hands, Writing!

Our primary students participated in a handwriting competition on 22 July, 2016. The eagerness and excitement of the students was evident in their preparations for this competition, which had begun almost a week in advance. They were practicing how to hold the pencil correctly and were working on perfecting their strokes. The students were given poems, which they had to neatly copy.

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Handwriting competition

We had a handwriting competition for the children from Std. 1 to Std. 5, and boy, was it difficult to judge the entries!

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