No doubt Founder’s Day is one of the most important days in the history of a school and same goes with SelaQui International School (The Renowned Boarding School in India). It is traditionally a very important day in the school calendar and it offers an opportunity for students, school staffs and other stakeholders to meet and commemorate.
This is an opportunity where people get to know who the helping hands behind the school are and what vision they do have with the school. This is the time where all of the members come to know about those people who bequeathed resources to the development of the institute.
We started our journey a decade back with an aim to offer quality education and training to kids and students who is looking for quality education with cutting-edge technologies.
Founders’ Day is traditionally a very important day in the school calendar when members of the school community – students, governors, staff and friends – meet to commemorate those who founded the school and who have bequeathed resources to its development. SelaQui International School also celebrated its Founder Day event and it was a great experience where students played one of the most popular plays of Shakespeare the “Seven Ages of Man”.
SelaQui International School showcased an English Play the “Seven Ages of Man”. The Founder’s Play was an adaptation from Shakespeare’s drama, “As You like It”. Seven ages of man is a soliloquy by Othello within the drama. We at SelaQui International School had elaborated on this concept and expanded it through dialogues. Each stage of man was a scene in itself. The protagonist of the play Albert lived his seven ages of life, “from birth to dust” while trying to find a connect with the diverse audience. A special addition to the play was the live performance of the school choir through every stage.