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 29th Intramural Athletic Meet

December 18th, 2019 by

St. Anne’s Convent School, Sector 32-C celebrated its 29th Intramural Athletic Meet amidst much fanfare. The two days event witnessed a massive participation from Students and Staff. The objective of this festivity is to bring exhibiting platform for students. The day marked with the scintillating performances by over 1200 students of school at their school premises. The function was presided over by Fr.Dr.Robert Fernandez, the School Manager.

The celebrations begins with Synchronize March Past and Drill displayed by the School Marching Band and students of class 8th and 9th.  The first event of the day started with 1500 m race for Senior Boys and Girls.

Present on the occasion were the Principal Sr. Dr. Shyni Paul under whose guidance the event was successfully conducted. The Chief Guest applauded the efforts of  students and teachers for displaying the wonderful extravaganza.

Bag Free Day

November 8th, 2019 by

St. Anne’s Convent School observes one day in a week as ‘Bag Free Day’, a day where students do not carry their bags or books to school. The schedule of the day remains the same and is designed to encourage creative thinking and enhances the learning experience among children. Various activities are conducted through interactive exercises, practical experiments, tests/quizzes etc.

On 8th November 2019 the following activities were conducted:

  1. Gender sensitivity activity – Volley ball match with teams consisting of both boys and girls for Classes XI & XII
  2. PISA Activity for Classes VII to X
  3. Computer Lab Activity ( Webpage designing) for Classes VI & VIII
  4. Mathematics Lab Activity for Classes VI to IX
  5. Poster Making on Fit Mind, Fit Body and Fit Environment for Classes VI & VII
  6. Poem Recitation, Drawing Competition, Exercise & Movies for Classes I &II
  7. Cultural Activities for Classes LKG to IV
  8. House Meetings Classes VI to XII
  9. Bio-Chemistry workshop
  10. Martial Art Activity
  11. A Visit to SD College science lab for bioinformatics Classes XI & XII (medical students).

St Anne’s Convent School officially inaugurated the automation of the school library

October 15th, 2019 by

St Anne’s Convent School officially inaugurated the automation of the school library. All the activities of the Library are now automated, from issue and receipt of books to inventory management and cataloging, etc. St Anne’s library had a humble beginning, the library was started in 1978 with 106 books in stock and over these 41 years, its growth has been phenomenal, transforming from “book-only” library to an “automated library.”

A strong foundation to the library was laid by our patrons, and today we are blessed with invaluable collection of books and resource materials to cater to the increasing information requirements of the stakeholders. Our dream of a computerized library was envisioned way back in 2001. This journey would not have been possible without the constant support and encouragement of our principal Sr. Dr. Shyni Paul and the School Management.

FIT INDIA:  Mental Well-being ‘WE BELIEVE YOU CAN’

October 12th, 2019 by

Taking the initiative of FIT INDIA: MENTAL WELL-BEING forward, St. Anne’s Convent School, Sector 32, Chandigarh conducted a live orientation program for the parents on Mental Well-being ‘WE BELIEVE YOU CAN’. The schools of today are battling with a series of challenges in the classrooms, ranging from indiscipline or bullying issues, lack of student motivation or drive, irregularity, missing parental support, over obsession with tech-gadgets, moving on to depression & suicidal tendencies etc.  There is an emerging need for parents to incorporate pursuit of health, personal growth, and improved quality of life and teach children how to lead a balanced life. The school principal, counselor, teachers and students conducted the program. The orientation proved to be an eye opener for the parents.


October 2nd, 2019 by

As a fitting tribute to Mahatma Gandhiji on his 150th birth anniversary, an Awareness rally on Swachhta will be conducted in and around the school . The sports students of various games in the school will participate in plogging run rally and also participate in cleanliness while running. They will also actively participate in skipping, stappo, stretching exercises before playing matches. The School Principal,the sport in- chargers & Swachhta Committee  will take initiative for above mentioned activities.


October 1st, 2019 by

We fondly remember  Mahatma Gandhi- Bapu, as a leader of his people, unsupported by any outward authority and a politician whose success rested not upon craft or mastery of technical devices, but simply on the convincing power of wisdom and humanity. He was armed with resolve and inflexible consistency and devoted all his strength uplifting his people.

As we celebrate  the 150th birth anniversary of the Mahatma- Our father of the nation, let recollect what Gandhiji once said:  “SANITATION IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN INDEPENDENCE”

He made cleanliness and sanitation an integral part of the Gandhian way of living. He dreamt total sanitation for all. As a fitting tribute to Mahatma Gandhiji on his 150th birth anniversary, a beautiful school assembly was conducted.   On this occasion, prizes for Swachhta Pakhwada Competitions & National- State sports Championship were given by the school principal. After the assembly an Awareness rally to limit the Use of  Plastic was organized.  The students of class VII A prepared posters on ‘Green India,Clean India’ and ‘Swachhta hi Sewa’ and they raised slogans making the community around sector 32 aware about Swachhta. The students of class X A  did Shramdaan in Sector 32 Market. Also present on the occasion, the School Principal and the Swachhta Committee in- chargers took the initiative to lead the rally. A poster writing competition in Ms-word was also organized in the Computer Lab.



St. Anne’s Convent School organized Parliamentary Debate Championship

September 29th, 2019 by

St. Anne’s Convent School acted as a trailblazer by bringing to  Tri-city its Second National Parliamentary Debate Championship in collaboration with Indian Schools Debating Society. The Parliamentary debate witnessed the participation of students from across the country. School Principal Sr. Dr. Shyni Paul greeted all the 42 teams from the prestigious schools of tricity, Mussoorie, Aligarh, Delhi, Ayodhya and Barnala and motivated all the participants to perform distinctive and meaningful Debating sessions. The two days event endorsed the cut throat competition among the participants.
St. George College, Mussorie stood as Runners up while Bhavan Vidyalaya, Chandigarh procured the Champions Trophy. Sinchan Jha, an independent registrant was adjudged as The Best Speaker. The Best Adjudicator award went to Mrs. Pooja Puri.

Prize giving ceremony was graced by Mr. Ravindra Singh Shaoren, a close associate of Rajya Sabha from the Parliament of India. The winners were awarded with cash prizes and trophies.


September 18th, 2019 by

Swachhata Pakhwada started in April 2016 with the objective of bringing a fortnight of intense focus on the issues and practices of Swachhata. As a fitting tribute to Mahatma Gandhiji on his 150th birth anniversary, our school too observed this Pakhwada with great enthusiasm and zeal. Keeping up the spirit of Swachhata Abhiyan the Swachhata School Committee conducted the following activities:


Interactive teacher workshop

September 10th, 2019 by

An interactive teacher workshop was organized to bring teacher trainers into the fold of World Schools style debating. The resource person for the workshop was Ms. Amrithavarshini Venkatesh, Executive Director at The Indian Schools Debating Society (ISDS).

Teachers Day Celebrated

September 4th, 2019 by

Teachers day was observed with great gusto and gaiety on 4th September 2019, when our Dear Anneans made a memorable day for their beloved teachers, depicting their love, respect, acknowledgement and recognition of the hard work put in by the teachers not only towards their development but for their commendable service to the society and nation by educating the youth.

The celebration took a notch higher when the student’s school Parliament gave a fantastic treat to the teachers by organizing a special assembly. The students took the opportunity to express their gratitude and appreciation to the teachers.

All the teachers were overwhelmed with the surprisingly scintillating performance staged with great enthusiasm and vigour by grade one students depicting the dedicated life of Mother Brigida, the foundress of the Congregation of the Ursulines of Mary Immaculate followed by poem, skit, dance, and ending with euphoric bhangra performance by Seniors.

The day was celebrated with a colorful cake-cutting ceremony by the teachers. Teachers were deeply touched & appreciated the beautiful gesture of their students.

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