“Communication works for those who work at it.” – John Powell

House activities are done so that the students gain confidence and build up the communication skills which is the need of the hour. These opportunities are provided by the school from time to time. Keeping this in view, a ‘Weave a Yarn’ story competition was organised. A team of three students from each house participated in this competition. The time limit for narrating the story was 3 minutes. The participants were judged on the basis of relevance, content, fluency, diction, and impressive narration of the story. Each team was given an opening line or theme for the story on-the-spot around which they have to build up their story. It was an interesting and enjoyable event where children put on their thinking cap and enjoyed a lot.