Mangaluru: Shepards’ International Academy organises colourful fest

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Mangaluru, Apr 10: A School Fest is a way to encourage theinvolvement of Families and the School together in a fun and meaningful way. Such an engagement was organized by the Shepards’ International Academy recently at the new school premises at Ivory enclave, S L Mathias Road in Attavar.

Corporator Abdul Rauf and the chairman A K Group of Companies A K Ahmed were the chief guests. They jointly inaugurated the fest with ribbon cutting ceremony. Many fun filled games and activities were arranged to enjoy and participate, such as Clay Modeling, Art & Craft activities, Paintings, Origami etc. The enthusiastic children involved themselves in all the activities, but the most awaited eye catcher was Pottery and Hand painting corners. A mesmerizing delight ‘Selfie Corner’ was another major attraction.

The teachers ensured active participation by each child who visited the festive premises.

There were multi cuisine food stalls serving delectable food Items like various types of snacks, original fresh honey, sweets, desserts and cakes, ice creams, dress materials, cosmetics and tupperware pulling in a large number of people and were appreciated for their amazing varieties and quick service.

Bouncing Castle was a special attraction for children.


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