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Delhi Public School International (DPSI) in Tema has held carols service as part of this year’s Christmas festivities.

The colourful event on Thursday, December 13, started 6 pm in the school’s open air theatre.

The amphitheatre overflowed with an enthusiastic audience. The audience were treated to a rendition by the students from various classes.

Young budding singers of DPSI enthralled the august gathering with the dynamics of their music using a lot of crescendo and decrescendo to get across the ethereal Christmassy feeling.

The scintillating ensembles of orchestra showcased the virtuosity of the students.

The grandeur of the program testified that each student at DPS is a bundle of talents, as children on the night creditably showcased that they have been well trained to bring out their hidden talents in singing, dancing, playing musical instruments and even acting.

In his welcome message, the Principal of DPSI, David Raj said “Christmas is all about being humble and loving everyone equally.”

According to him, “It is not about wearing expensive clothes and just exchanging gifts. If we are good to one another, it is Christmas every day. When we live Christmas every day, there will be peace on the earth.”

The Director of DPSI, Mukesh Thakwani expressed gratitude to all the parents for their unconditional support in putting up such a grand event.

Awards were given to the British Council Best Student Awardees – Akua Afedua Annam, Ellen Donkar, Samriddho Ghosh and Amanda Enyonam Yawa Tamakloe.

They were rewarded with gold medals by the Director for bringing laurels to the school.

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