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Tuesday , February 12 , 2013
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Cinderalla Story

Children of primary classes of Kerala Samajam Model School live the fairy tale of Cinderella on Thursday. The one-hour play was the result of a month’s hard work by over 150 students of kindergarten and Classes I-II, who looked their part, dressed in elegant costumes between beautiful props.

Shloka and Amna portrayed Cinderella while Faique played the prince and Banisha, all students of Class II, the fairy godmother.

The music was composed by the school’s multimedia team while the teachers took care to prepare the sets and costumes.

“Everybody knows the story but it is still fresh, especially for children who participated because this is the age to read fairy tales. This was a story which children could relate to and parents, teachers and everybody enjoyed the play,” said KSMS principal Nandini Shukla.

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