New Delhi: Mount Litera School International (MLSI) celebrates its annual day in the most exciting way possible, by producing a musical play ‘The Tale’. Students at BKC located school put together this innovative and fun musical play to mark school’s annual day on 2nd June 2017. The musical play ‘The dragon who couldn’t breathe fire’ consisted of many learning and entertaining illustrations; encouraging the love for music and drama among students. All MLSI students participated in the annual day function with full enthusiasm.
MLSI’s annual day was organized to enhance creativity and boost confidence among the students. It aimed at introducing musical concepts, non-verbal communication, language development and social interaction among children. Students of all age groups and teachers enthusiastically participated in this harmonious play. This play teaches a great lesson about how everyone has something special to bring to the table. It helped children to start remembering sequence of events and encourages them to start thinking out of the box. The story and execution helped improve their imagination, dedication as well as comprehensive skills. Through the eyes and life of the dragon, the play touched upon a range of human conflicts and emotions that we go through on a daily basis.
Mr. David. W. Udry, Head of Mount Litera School International, commented on the occasion, “I believe that every child has a seed of creativity inside. If we nurture those artistic seeds by teaching them to exercise their creativity skills from a young age they will blossom with holistic personalities. This is our step towards cultivating the habit of positive attitude and social skills. This musical extravaganza was created with the intention of helping young children to understand that life is magic.”