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.

On other days, students solve their worksheets, with one eye on the clock. But since the competition demanded their complete focus supplemented by their will to win, the students wrote each letter and copied each line with precision. By the end, they were amazed to see how well they could actually write if they put their mind to it and had efforts to match! They got a glimpse of their own potential!

WINNERS

Std 1 : Yogini Phanshikar

Std 2 :  Trisha More

Std 3 : Rujuta Bapat

Std 4 : Shrimay Patil

Std 5 : Arman Shaikh

Std 6 : Shravani Khawale

RUNNERS-UP

Std 1 : Himanshu Patwardhan

Std 2 :  Saniya Phatak

Std 3 : Riju Mallewadikar

Std 4 : Shubham Baraskar

Std 5 : Fatma Butt

Std 6 : Krisha Patil

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