With the idea of providing a platform to ingenious young minds to showcase their innate inventive abilities, an Art and Craft and Class project Exhibition was organized in St. Joseph’s Academy School auditorium by the Junior Josephites of classes L.K.G to V.
The Exhibition was a sight to behold with colourful and innovative crafts on display. Made from waste by children as young as four years old the craft work and models were a visual delight. The sheer genius of the children was enough to put the visitor in awe and even took some be surprise. Each class focused on a particular on a topic ranging from Class I’s Means of Transport, Class II’s Save the Environment and Class III’s Electric World. Class IV chose to enlighten the visitors with the Benefits and Types of Plants, while Class V emphasized on the need of the hour which is Reduce-Reuse-Recycle. Children were well versed with the topics of their class projects and had some amazing facts and tips to share with the visitors.
Inaugurated by Sister Gracy (Principal of Convent of Jesus & Mary) along with Rev. Brother A.J. George, the exhibition was much liked and appreciated by the people who visited it. “The exhibition was very pleasing to the eye” was what the chief guest had to say about the display.
The Principal Rev. Bro. A .J .George was seen interacting actively with the participants and encouraging them. In her message, Mrs. S. Hasan, the Jr. School Coordinator spoke about how such events encourage and stimulate curious young minds and provide a forum to showcase their creativity.