Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Jiggy Monsoon


St. James School


On 24th of this month Akanksha and few of her school mates were taken to St. James School, one of the most prestigious schools in town, to participate in 'Jiggy Monsoon' competition. It was a inter school competition where six other schools along with Loreto House(Akanksha's School) also participated. 







Loreto house


The competition was held for five categories- quiz, dance, singing, cookery and designing. Akanksha was chosen for a group dance based on monsoon. Their group came first. Not only this, Loreto House begged Ist position in all the categories. It won the best school title.


Yesterday, all the participants were handed over with the prizes. It consisted a certificate, an umbrella and a short story book. Though Akanksha is unsatisfied with the prize, I am happy and proud, because to come first among six best schools in town is in itself a big prize.  


The Certificate

The prizes 
As Akanksha told me, I too feel, they could really have been a little more generous with the prizes. :) What do you feel?






20 comments:

  1. Nice to read your post, Congratulations to Akanksha :)

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  2. Congrats to Akanksha !!!! I think the prizes are great ! well done !

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    1. Thanks Tangy Tomato..its great to see u after a long time..

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  3. I suppose the prizes were in keeping with the title of the competition. It was a fantastic achievement for Akanksha. Congratulations to her.

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    1. Looking at all of your comments now Akanksha is a bit relaxed..she agrees with you that the prizes were given keeping with the title of the competition..Thanks for your wishes..

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  4. Please accept our hearty congratulations on your daughter's achievment.The pics are beautiful.

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    1. Thanks Sangeeta for the wishes and for liking it..

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  5. Congratulations to Akanksha for bagging the prize and to you for encouraging her in her endeavour!! Surely they should have been more generous with the prizes to encourage them!!

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    1. Thanks for taking my part Deepak..

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  6. Congratulations Akanksha. Yes I agree with you regarding prizes...

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  7. Congrats to Akansha.. :-)
    And Indeed she is right they could have been little generous with the prizes...But nevertheless to come first among 6 schools is a matter of pride in itself.. :-)

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    1. Thanks Harsha for your kind words..

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  8. Gr8! My hearty congos to Akanksha!!! I am sure, there are many more ahead:)

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    1. Thanks Anupam..welcome to my blog..

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  9. Wow! That is fabulous! I guess Akanksha will learn that joy and pride can come from the accomplishment instead of just the present/prize that is given. I'm so happy for you all.

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    1. Thanks Kay for your wonderful comments..surely slowly and steadily she will learn..she was telling me, "Mama it would have been better if they would have given us chocolates"..:)

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  10. Indeed a proud moment. Congratulations to her! :)

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