Literacy, the ability to read and write, is the most important skill children learning school and it becomes the foundation for all further educational strides in life.
International Literacy Day, celebrated on 8th September each year is the day to remember the importance of literacy for individuals and communities around the world.
With no boundaries or limitations, the only skill that can make you polish the potential within you is Education.
There is nothing as powerful as education and we should celebrate this day everyday to distribute the power of literacy far and wide.
The prevailing situation and to keep on encouraging the teachers to stay firm and motivated, a motivational session was conducted on September 8. Brigadier Amitabh Mishra encouraged the teachers by sharing his real-life experience with the teachers. His peroration was extremely motivational and assertive that reinforced each one of us to work positively and effectively for the betterment of the children.
“When girls are educated, their countries become stronger and more prosperous.”
The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary refers to the birthday of Mother Mary. We celebrate this feast on September 8. The special occasion marks the birth of the Virgin Mary and observes it as Girl Child’s Day. To celebrate the auspicious day,
children performed a religious prayer service virtually that exemplified the importance of the day and remembered women empowerment through multifarious activities.
The success of any educational institutio is determined by the impact it creates on young minds. This month we celebrated the Silver Jubilee of our very talented and
industrious teachers at Peter’s Casa embellished with a spiritual prayer service followed by melodious songs, jokes and energetic dance performances
Knowledge gives u power, love gives us the fullness’ Notwithstanding the prevailing situation, our students expressed their sincerest gratitude and thanked their beloved teachers wholeheartedly on September 5, 2021. The children prepared beautiful cards, danced to their favourite tunes, sang mellifluously on this most auspicious day and made the day to remember for the teachers.
Mother Teresa was a catholic nun and her heart is full of love. She founded the missionary of charity and received the Nobel Prize for her wonderful work. To most of the people, she is a role model of charity, compassion and selflessness. International charity day serves to enhance and increase social responsibility among us, all solidarity, and to increase the public's support for charitable causes.
Our stupendous performers are here again to give a message and tell us something worth remembering it’s indeed heart warming to see these little ones tell us that the greatest joy in all of living is joy that’s comes from freely giving.Our stupendous performers are here again to give a message and tell us something worth remembering it’s indeed heart warming to see these little ones tell us that the greatest joy in all of living is joy that’s comes from freely giving.
*Sports do not build character. They reveal it.*
On August 29, India celebrates National Sports Day to commemorate the birth anniversary of hockey wizard Dhyan Chand, who was an integral part of 1928, 1932 and 1936 Olympics Gold medals winning squad. He is regarded as nation's pride.
On this day Sports Quiz was conducted for classes 1 to 5. Children enthusiastically participated in the activity. They showed their love and interest in sports through their active participation.
The bond between a sister and a brother is uniquely beautiful the love, care , silliness , laughter and annoyingness siblings share a pure joy. there is no relationship closer then than The support a sister provides to her brothers paves for the protection a brother looks out for his sister. This bond is signified by a beautiful tradition and festival. Raksha Bandhan.
The students celebrated this beautiful and auspicious day by participating in various activities. Children poured their love in handmade rakhi and tied on their brother's wrist. Girls also made a collage using their siblings photographs and showed their love for them. Girls also recited poetry for their siblings to make them feel special. They also made videos doing mono acting. Digital rakhis were also made to send to far-away siblings.
To commemorate this historic event, we celebrate our Independence on 15th August every year. This year the little patriots celebrated this day by participating in various activities like making tricoloured brooches, greeting cards, national symbols. Students also sang and danced on patriotic songs.
According to the circular issued by CBSE, our school celebrated ‘ AZADI KA AMRITOTSAV’.Students participated in the activities given in the curriculum like poster making and expressed the feeling of patriotism.
On 15 August 2021, Sophia Senior Secondary School celebrated the 75 Independence Day following COVID Protocol. The program commenced with the unfurling of the Tricolour by the guest of honour Mr. Amar Singh Rawat. He is the senior co-worker of our school known for his hardwork and devotion towards his duties. Teachers and office bearers set the tone for the program with recital of patriotic classics such as 'Bde Chalo' and 'Hum veer siphai'. Speeches which described the velour of our freedom fighters.
The highlights of the program were the prayer service, patriotic songs by primary and secondary teachers, and skit on 'unity in diversity by KG Section teachers. The programme ended with a vote of thanks was delivered by Mr. Devendra Madan.