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full of energy:Students of Children World Montessori School presenting a cultural programme at the school's 20th anniversary in Hanamkonda on Saturday.– Photo: M. Murali
full of energy:Students of Children World Montessori School presenting a cultural programme at the school's 20th anniversary in Hanamkonda on Saturday.– Photo: M. Murali

The students of Children World Montessori School (CMWS) presented an excellent performance dancing to the tunes of classical and folk beats at the programme celebrating the school's 20th anniversary, here on Saturday at the Arts College auditorium.

Dance master Sudheer succeeded in bringing out the best in the UKG students – G. Medha Thanvi, J. Laama, K. Sasya, K. Sougandhika and others - whose expressions and footwork while dancing to ‘Srirama ne namamentho ruchira' were simply superb.

The evening began with a traditional ‘swagatham' dance presented by students of class II and V – V. Sanjana, V. Satwika, S. Ashritha and A. Sahiti.

A modern rendition of the classical ‘Mahaganapathim manasa smarami' was presented by class two and class three students – E. Sarayu, N. Samhitha, K. Shreya and others.

The teachers at CMWS left no stone unturned in as the tiny tots of LKG performed to the English folk rhyme ‘Farmers in Den'.School correspondents A. Ashok Reddy and Sulochana, senior teachers Sudha, Neeraja, Sumana worked hard to put together the beautiful evening.

Ashok Reddy said that they were delighted to present the children with all their talents on stage.

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