Anneans excelled all the way in CBSE Class X Examination 2018-19. In all 204 children appeared for the examination and competing neck to neck, an incredible number of 128 children scored more than 90% marks. While Kriti Goel emerged as a topper with glorious 99% marks, Suhani Chawla stood second with commendable 98.8%. Third position is shared by three children Mehar Gujral, Adwaidh Raj and Diya Singla with 98.6% marks in the school.
Respected Sr.Dr. Shyni Paul honoured the toppers with memento and bouquet and congratulated them on their success in the school assembly.
Kriti Goel – 99% Suhani Chawla-98.8% Mehar Gujral-98.6% Adwaidh Raj-98.6% Diya Singla-98.6%
St. Anne’s Convent School, Sector 32-C, Chandigarh
No of Students Appeared 204
No of students passed 204
No of students Scored 90% and Above 128
No of students Scored 80% to 89% 45
No of students Scored 70% to 79% 27
No of students Scored 60% to 69% 4
The school observed Labour’s Day with enthusiasm. A special assembly was organised to inculcate respect and value for our dear supportive staff. Principal Sr. Dr. Shyni Paul, congratulated the supportive staff for their hard work and dedication in making the school a beautiful place for students, teachers and management. The students of class IX took initiative of helping the supportive staffs in their duties for a day.
CBCI Education Master Minds 2019
India’s Biggest-Ever National Level Quiz
Northern Regional Round
St Anne’s Convent School, Sector 32, Chandigarh
India’s most comprehensive and most inclusive quiz-based movement till date, CBCI Education Master Minds (CEMM) is a general awareness, social skills and knowledge enhancement programme for school students across India, catalysed by the Education Office of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India (CBCI) in association with the renowned quizmaster Adittya Nath Mubayi of Quizcraft Global Knowledge Solutions who brings decades of quizzing expertise and passion to this programme and Franciscan Solutions, a multinational ed-tech enterprise.
Commemorating a decade of CBCI Office for Education & Culture’s All India Catholic Education Policy 2007, CEMM is designed to sensitize students to the importance of constitutional values and moral uprightness, to help them form value-based convictions, to promote critical understanding of issues of social justice and enhance general knowledge, thus building a better and more integrated India.
CEMM was launched in 2018 with a campaign of all-India written tests held in schools, and then progressed to a series of 14 regional quiz events, one in each of the Regions of India (as per CBCI’s organization). The programme for 2018/19 will culminate in the Grand National Finale in New Delhi on 15 May 2019.
The Chandigarh quiz event, covering the Northern Region, was held in St Anne’s Convent School, Sector 32. Teams from Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, NCT Delhi and, of course, Chandigarh, participated in the programme.
The Juniors Quiz (Grades 6-8) was won by an all-girls team from St Joseph’s Higher Secondary School, Baramulla, beating out Sacred Heart Convent, Chandigarh, in a tight tie-break round. The Seniors Quiz (Grades 9-12) was dominated and won by St Xavier’s School, Delhi. Meanwhile, St Joseph’s Boys School, Jalandhar, edged out Sahoday School, also from Delhi, in a tie-break again, to come in second.
The exciting and engaging contest came to an end with the prize distribution ceremony where Fr. Robert Fernandez and Sr. Dr. Shyni Paul gave away prizes to the winners of the school and regional levels.
Investiture Ceremony of the new School Pupil Leader, Vice Pupil Leader, House Captains and Parliament of St. Anne’s Convent School, Sector 32, Chandigarh, was held today during the morning assembly at School premises. Education is the process that leads to the full development of a person. It is the transformation from ignorance to wisdom and darkness to light. Each one is unique and we all have the ability, but only a few people stand out because of their leadership qualities. To promote this, the ceremony was observed.
A total of 20 students of Parliament were sworn in by Fr. Robert Fernandez, the school Manager. Students from classes VI to XII and the teachers were present on the occasion. Fr. Robert Fernandez presented the school pupil leader, assistant school pupil leader, captains and vice-captains of four houses with their respective flags after attiring them with sashes.
Rahul Kanwal and Mehar Gujral are the School Pupil Leader and Assistant School Pupil Leader for this session. The Captains and Vice-Captains of the four houses are Barkat Singh and Pranshu Sharma (St. Joseph’s House), Sarthak Sharma and Poornima Dua (St. Mary’s House), Sargun Kaur and Harshdeep (St. Gabriel’s House) Mihika Arora and Chahat Bhambri (St. Stephen’s House). The other Parliament Members are Tanya Upadhyay and Arshpal Singh (Discipline Ministers), Saanvi Laroia and Ramneek Kaur (Cleanliness Ministers), Yashika Sharma and Ekamjot Kaur (Sports Ministers) , Prachi and Akriti ( L. A Ministers Sr.), and Shaina and Partyaksha (L.A Ministers Juniors) also took the oath.
Young crusaders of St. Anne’s Convent School celebrated Earth Day with much enthusiasm. Earth Day reminds us that we need to be better custodians of mother nature. The students collectively participated in activities like Awareness Rally, Book mark making and hand painting.
Silver jubilee of Religious Vocation of our dear Principal, Sr. Dr. Shyni Paul was celebrated with great joy and fervor. The Bishop of the Simla Chandigarh Diocese, Most Rev. Ignatius Loyola Mascarenhas and School manager Rev. Fr. Dr. Robert Fernandez graced the occasion. Children presented songs & folk dances to express their love. Teachers of the school also sang a melodious number in the honor of their principal. The Bishop admired the consistent hard work & dedication of Sr. Dr. Shyni Paul. He mentioned the commendable progress of the school under her leadership. The Principal was felicitated with token of love and memento in recognition to the services rendered by her for the institution.
A three day long orientation program for parents of children who are studying in Upper Kindergarten to class VIII was conducted in the school auditorium. The resource persons were Mrs. Reena Godura, an eminent member of St. Anne’s teaching faculty for more than 30 years and Mrs. Indu Aggarwal Chairperson of Disha for India Foundation. Children are parents’ greatest blessing, priceless treasures and wonderful gifts from God. But how they raise them determines their future. Tips on how to be a great parent were discussed.
A staff orientation was organised in the school auditorium by Father Thomas, North India Zonal Coordinator from Varanasi Diocese. The orientation expanded the teachers understanding of mindfulness and classroom management of children.
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.