St. Anne’s Convent School, Sector 32-C today celebrated its Annual Club Activity Show 2019 amidst much fanfare. Arjuna Awardee in weightlifting and coach Capt. Paramjit Sharma from Punjabi University, Patiala, was the chief guest. The occasion was also graced by the presence of Fr. Dr. Robert Fernandez, the school manager. The programme commenced with lighting of the ceremonial lamp and invocation of the divine presence. The audiences were mesmerized with the welcome song, sung by the school orchestra followed by a well-orchestrated instrumental performance by the music club. The beautifully choreographed dance and karate displays enthralled the audiences. The objective of this festivity was to bring an exhibiting platform for students who join the activity clubs like dance, karate and music. The event witnessed a massive participation from students, their parents and staff. The day marked with scintillating performances by over 1000 students of Lower Kindergarten to Class IV in the school auditorium.
St Anne’s Convent School bade farewell to the outgoing students of Class XII. The farewell party was organized and hosted by the students of Class XI. The day was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers to reminisce joyous moments. An incredible dance item presented by class XI students was well applauded and the pulsating music rocked the ambiance. The auditorium was set ablaze with a ramp walk and self introduction by class XII students dressed in saris and tuxedos. The judges put various questions and the students replied to them well.
Samaksh Sood and Riya Khanna of Class XII were adjudged as Master and Miss of St Anne’s Convent School. This was followed by the cutting of the farewell cake by the winners of the ramp walk along with the school Manager and the Principal.
St. Anne’s Convent School, Sector -32 D, Chandigarh celebrated India’s 70th Republic Day. Rev. Fr. Dr. Robert Fernandez graced this occasion as the Chief Guest. The students took pride in glorifying and celebrating the spirit of unity. To mark the importance of this day, a grand celebration was held in the school. The school echoed with patriotic fervor as the students marched forward in the school parade arousing the feeling of pride and honor for the country. The school band played the National Anthem at the unfurling of the flag. Students delivered short but inspiring and informative talk about the importance of the celebration and also about the achievements of the country in the last 70 years. Children drew scenes of Republic Day celebrations and sang patriotic songs. To add on to the zeal and enthusiasm a special tribute was paid to the soldiers through “Aisa Desh Hai Mera”.
After having toiled hard, it was time to reap the reward for students of St Anne’s Convent School. The school celebrated its Annual Prize Distribution with great exuberance. On this auspicious occasion, Ms. Yukta (95%) and Master Aarush Aggarwal (95.6%), the school CBSE Class XII toppers (Science and Commerce stream) and Ms. Sree Divya (98.8%) and Kunal Narang (98.8%) Class X toppers were felicitated for performing well in the board examinations. They were presented with mementos and certificates. The winners of the 56th National Games from our school, who lived up to the motto of our school ‘Let your light shine’ and brought glory to the school were honoured by the esteemed Chief Guest. The school also felicitated students who brought laurels in extra-curricular activities like State Level Science Exhibition and Times of India Aptitude Test.
Sr. Dr. Shyni Paul released the Principal Guest Edition of Times NIE on 21st January 2019 in the school assembly. Every child in the school received a copy of the newspaper. This experience – the first of its kind at St.Anne’s Convent School– was an amazing and enriching experience.
28th Intramural Athletic Meet inaugurated amidst much fanfare. The two-day event will witness a massive participation from students and staff. The objective of this festivity is to bring exhibiting platform for students. The celebrations began with Synchronize March Past and Drill displayed by the school marching band and the students of class 7th and 8th. The day was marked with remarkable performances of students in various events.
The two-day Annual Celebration “Odyssey to Consonance 2018” began with great zest and elation. The function not only showcased the talent of young students from class VI to class XII but also enthralled the audience. The occasion was presided over by Most Rev. Dr. Ignatius. L. Mascarenhas, Bishop of Simla-Chandigarh Diocese. The Guest of Honour on this occasion was Mr. Sandeep Singh Brar, OSD to Chief Minister, Punjab.
The programme commenced with lighting of the ceremonial lamp and invocation of the divine presence. The prayer dance was followed by ‘Poetry of Footsteps’ by students of class VII showcasing an assortment of dances of various countries, depicting metropolitan charm. A play ‘The Awakening’ by class X drew everyone’s attention towards the complicated and complex emotional world of today’s teenagers, who are easy prey to vices in the absence of support system from parents and teachers.
More surprises awaited the audience – the depiction of the five pure elements of creation, the diverse and mystical quality of oneness of India, an international dance conveying the message of human body’s integration through dance steps and a Hindi play ‘Drishtikon Badla Toh Bharat Badlega’ drew attention of the audience towards our country’s present day socio-political discourse. As the Odyssey to Consonance came to an end the audience was enthralled by a thrilling visual treat of Bhangra dance, the flavour of Punjab.
The most memorable moment of the function was marked by precious words of advice and appreciation by the chief guest while addressing parents. He lauded the vision and relentless hard work done by students and their mentors for presenting such a message-oriented programme. Overall, the programme was a real treat to watch and students gave a spectacular performance which spoke of discipline and team spirit of both the teachers and students. The most intriguing aspect embellishing the event was the splendid mass participation of students. The students received accolades from all those who watched the show.The celebrations concluded on a happy note encouraging the students to establish further milestones in their odyssey to success.
Seminar on “Life Skills” was conducted by Mrs. Sarika Kapila for all the teachers.
Workshop on ‘Classroom Management’ and ‘Remodeling Assessment’ was conducted by Mrs. Baundhara and Mr. Vijay Kumar for the teachers.
Swachhata poem recitation competition was conducted for students of class III & IV.
The students organised a beautiful cultural programme on 4th September to celebrate Teachers’ Day. The day was made special by all the students and the management for the teachers’ for their sincere dedication and efforts. The management of the school was very kind to appreciate the hard work of the teachers and also presented the teachers with gifts on 5th September, 2018.