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Innokids students create an atmosphere of ecstasy with recitation of poems

Jalandhar, May 23, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
An English Poem Recitation Competition was organized for the young poets of the Scholars and Discoverers in the five schools of Innocent Hearts (Green Model Town, Loharan, Cantt Jandiala Road, Royal World and Kapurthala Road) with the aim of removing stage fear from the minds of children as well as to enhance their self-expression and pronunciation skills.

They rhymed on various themes like Plant More Trees, Save Girl Child, Good Manners, Happy Family, My School, Fruit Power and Vegetables, Apple, Trees, Pollution, My Home etc. They mesmerized everyone through their poems. These little poets were highly appreciated by the mentors.

In Green Model Town, Bhavini Rana in Scholars Class-1, Japroz Kaur in Scholars Class-2, Govind Kakkar in Scholars Class-3, Reyansh Kumar and Hayzel in Scholars Class-4 bagged first position whereas Ayra Malhotra and Anhad in Discoverers Class-1, Nimrat and Nikunj Kakkar in Discoverers Class-2, Ryna in Discoverers Class-3 and Harnaaz Kaur in Discoverers Class-4 stood first.

In Loharan, Anayika in Scholars Class-1, Riddhi in Scholars Class-2, Pranav Gupta in Scholars Class-3 and Yakshi in Discoverers Class-1, Krishika in Discoverers Class-2, Moksh in Discoverers Class-3 stood first.

In Cantt. Jandiala Road, Gaurika Gogna in Scholars and Divyansh Hira in Discoverers bagged first position.

In Royal World, Danya stood first in Scholars Class-1 and Kavyansh stood first in Scholars Class-2. Aaradhya Khosla in Discoverers Class-1 and Telavi in Discoverers Class-2 stood first.

In Kapurthala Road Branch, Lavanya in Scholars Class-1, Khyati in Scholars Class-2 and Bhanvi in ​​Discoverers Class-1, Janhvi Chaudhary in Discoverers Class-2 stood first.

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