The colourful Inter School Graffiti Competition organised by the St Paul's International School, Kalamasserry kickstarted on 10th October, 2019 in the School auditorium. Nine schools took part in the competition. The function started with the invocation by the School choir, followed by the welcome address by Norah Ranson of XI-B. The Principal of the school, Mr George K. V. encouraged the students to flourish their hidden talents through such competitions. In his inaugural address the Director of SPIS, Rev Dr Douglas Pinheiro explained the word "Graffiti" i.e Wall Art. He added that we are all Graffiti artists in our childhood, as we express our thoughts by drawing on the wall. The Director Father painted the wall with the first stroke of paint and formally opened the competition. The theme of the competition was nature. All the teams brilliantly showcased their talents and made the drawings very lively. The valedictory function got started with the invocation by the School choir. The welcome address was delivered by Raisa Parvin of XI-A. The Presidential address was delivered by the Director of SPIS, Rev Dr Douglas Pinheiro. He differentiated Graffiti and the Mural painting and mentioned about the importance of the Kochi Binnale in shaping the "Art Psyche" among the students. The Chief Guest of the day was the Lalithakala Academy Member, well-known Artist, Mr Somji. In the inaugural address, he explained the rich heritage of Graffiti as an art form. He spoke about some of the prolific Graffiti artists across the globe. In the Principal's message, Mr George K. V. thanked the management for organising such a great programme and made the students aware about the Nature and the ways to conserve our mother nature. The winners were honoured with the Cash Awards, Ever rolling Trophy and Certificates. The Ever rolling Trophy and a cash prize of Rs.10,000/- was won by the Assisi Vidyanikethan Public School, Chembumukku. The runner up was Mary Matha Public School, Thrikkakara,and they received Rs.5000/-. The third position was secured by Bhavans Vidya Mandir, Eroor,and they received Rs.2500/-. The fourth position was secured by the host School St Paul's International School, Kalamasserry, winning Rs.1500/-. The fifth position was bagged by the Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Kannamaly, and they received Rs.1000/-. The programme concluded with the vote of thanks by Mrs Suby George, faculty of English, followed by the National Anthem by school choir.