International Left Handers Day is observed on Aug. 13 every year by many left-handers since 1976, Left-handers Day was declared by the Left-Hander’s Day Club on August 13, 1997.  It was made to annually celebrate certain people’s sinistrality and raise awareness of the advantages and disadvantages of being left-handed. It celebrates their uniqueness and differences, which are from seven to ten percent of the world’s population. Hundreds of millions of left-handed people in today’s society have to adapt to use right handed tools and objects.

There’s also a more serious side to the day, which spreads awareness about the special needs of left-handed kids. Also, left-handed people may be more likely to develop schizophrenia.

On occasion of Left Handers Day SSPM Day School had organise the poster making & Hand writing competition for left handed students.

Poster making competition was held for Junior group (Std V to Std VII). All left handers from Std V to Std VII participated with great enthusiasm. They exhibited their talent through their art work. The theme for the competition was “E- Learning”

Hand writing competition was held for Senior group (Std VIII to Std X). All left handers from Std VIII to Std X participated enthusiastically in the event. The students were asked to write one page in the best of their handwritings. The topic for competition was “Any Famous Left Hander”

As Aristotle believed, to bring any change we must train young minds. So were the ideas for these competitions and it got an overwhelming response. Though everyone gave their best response, but being a competition, the  best efforts were adjudged.

Results for the Competition:

Position Poster Making Competition

 (Std V to Std VII)

Hand Writing Competition

(Std VIII to Std X)

I Phuge Viraj     (Std VIC) Mallebhari Mohmmed  (Std VIIIC)
II Jadhav Siddhi    (Std VA) Garad Devanshu   (Std XA)
III Bhise Kartik      (Std VC) Shinde Rutuja (Std IXB)