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Hira Idrees | Staff Correspondent TBT | Canal Side Girls Campus

Lahore: Middle School organised a personal grooming week in order to create awareness among students about the importance of personal hygiene and mannerisms. Following is the detail of the activities held during the week.

Day 1: A morning assembly was held in which students were told the importance of personal grooming and the effects of ignoring it. The students were also told about the list of activities that will be organised in the upcoming week. Moreover an address by Ms Samreen Tariq motivated the students to participate whole heartedly and enthusiastically in the grooming week. The assembly ended in high spirits where students promised to come up with new and innovative ideas to celebrate grooming week and make a difference in their personalities. On the first day of the grooming week, students were shown a documentary which laid emphasis on keeping oneself spick and span. Students felt motivated after watching the documentary and showed a positive response towards personal hygiene.

Day 2: The activity held on day 2 of grooming week was a talk session with a beautician who told the students about the importance of their diet. Moreover the students were also told how to take care of their skin and hair. After the talk session, there was an open question answer session where students were enthusiastic to get their queries answered. Students got to learn a lot about managing their hair and taking care of their skins. The talk session ended on a happy note and students seemed eager to apply the tips learnt during the talk session

Dr Sara Chaudhry conducted a talk session on 'Self hygiene' with students to mark the 3rd day of Self Grooming Week. A healthy discussion and question and answer session followed the talk.

Day 4 : The last day of the Grooming Week ended with a splendid assembly. The students of Class VI-A participated in a role play due to which students got to learn the importance of dressing up according to their age. Class VI, VII, VIII prepared a catwalk which emphasised the importance of dressing according to the particular event. A role play in Urdu was prepared by Class VII in which they depicted the ideal behaviour and manners expected of them. Mrs Tariq and the Senior Headmistress Ms Saima Lone appreciated the efforts of the teachers and the students.

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