SLS Montessori and High School

Talent Week held at SLS

January 18, 2018 by In News

Islamabad: All campuses of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School recently held ‘Talent Week’, says a press release.

A talent show was organised by Peshawar Road Primary Branch to boost the self-esteem and confidence of the students and to identify their hidden talents and abilities. The Talent Show comprised of several presentations by the students in different categories like ‘Qirat’, ‘Naat’, debates, drama, poetry, mimicry & singing.

The show formally started with the students showing off their talent in ‘Naat’ and ‘Qirat’ category. Worthy praises filled the ground and warmed the hearts as the students came on the stage one by one. Next up came some very enthusiastic speakers who debated on various topics. With their strong body language and logical stances against and in favour of the topics they delivered their point of view across the audience and received a thunderous round of applause. To keep the mood of the programme light and cheerful some students presented skits in which they impersonated various renowned personalities of our country.

In the second half of the programme girls of Peshawar Road Primary Branch presented a tableau on a national song representing the culture of the country through music and cultural dresses. Dramatic skills were also displayed by the students through a silent skit with a very important message of unity and religious tolerance. To show off their creative abilities in poetry writing, some students recited poems which they had written themselves. Break dance and singing presentations were also a part of the Talent Show. Singing and dancing on various up beat tunes, was a category that everyone enjoyed a lot. The talent show ended with a humorous poetry narrating presentation which had all the parents and the students laughing and cheering.

Section Head, Madeeha Umer encouraged all the participants for displaying their talents. She also appreciated the teachers for arranging a successful programme which gave a platform to the students to explore their talents and skills.

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