The school management has recently adopted a noble initiative for coaching the school dropout kids these kids belong to the labourers working on various construction sites in the school neighbourhood .These kids are not only given lessons in basic English Hindi language but also art , sports and discipline too , thus leading to the all round development of the children who are deprived of their essential rights .
Class I - Pledge, Introduction with Slogan writing
Class II – Pledge, Solo acts and Action songs on Sophians unitedly fight against
Class III - Pledge, Poster making on the topic : RashtriyaEkta
Class IV –Hindi and English Speech and Short poems on Unity in Diversity,
Go Corona Go, Ekta Diwas
Class V – Portrait making of SardarVallabh Bhai Patel with Slogans
To mark the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel Rashtriye Ekta Diwas was observed on 31st October 2020. A series of activities were con ducted to commemorate the occasion and spread the message of national unity . Rashtriya Ekta Pledge was undertaken by the staff and students. Students of class 11 took part in a speech competition whereas 10 class students had an English essay writing event .Students of classes 8 and 9 showed their talent and love for their country in Slogan and Poster Making activity organized for them. The occasion reaffirmed the importance of unity ,integrity and security among students and the nation on the whole.
On Thursday morning of October 29, a virtual English Speech Competition was conducted under the guidance of Ma'am Dolly. The students of class X actively participated. A lively classroom - like environment was fabricated as students sat in the school uniforms and conveyed their views on -how these times of Covid-19 have led to some positive outcomes.
Various online activities were organised by Sophia School in order to mark the season of Navratri festival.
Class VI- Diya Decoration
Students of class VIth actively took part in Diya decoration as they used their creative skills when they beautifully decorated earthen diyas using poster colours, sparkles, mirrors, ribbons, etc.
Class VII- Thali Decoration
Students of VIIth class put on their thinking caps and decorated thalis with utmost neatness. They creatively photographed their thalis and submitted to their respective class teachers.
Class VIII- Bandhanwar Making
The bhandhanwar making activity by the students of class VIIIth provided the students with an opportunity to have different ways of celebrating the coming festivals.
Class IX- Curtains decoration
Beautiful hanging curtains prepared by the students of class IX gave the students a platform to show their creative skills. They photographed their beautiful windows and walls with curtains.
Class X- Rangoli and Poster making
Students of class X grabbed the opportunity by presenting their rangolis and posters. The festive season got filled with joy as the colours of rangoli and poster were carved into different designs.
Class XI- Bottle decoration
The girls of class XI took active participation in bottle decoration using decorative lights.
Class XII- Best out of waste
The best out of waste creations for the students of class XII gave a chance to showcase their talent and was a real confidence booster for all.
All these activities are the mode of self expression and creativity that developed self confidence in every student. Thus all the activities which were conducted virtually provided great pleasure to students as well as teachers.
On 2nd October students of all classes recited poems and delivered speeches on Gandhiji's life online. A talk about 'Bapu' was shared by Sophian teachers with the students. Class Xth students watched a documentary film on Gandhiji. Thus Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated with great zeal virtually.
Class I -English and Hindi Slogan Writing
Class II - Dance performances, Recital of Gandhian quotes with creativity.
Class III - Prayer, Speech, Card making
Class IV - Introduction of Gandhi Jayanti, followed by Speeches on Gandhian principles.
Class V - Prayer Service.
The feast of exaltation of holy cross, observed on 14 September, celebrates the discovery of True Cross by St. Helena. Unlike every year, this year 2020, due to pandemic, it was celebrated on a different note. Teachers and students had organised online cultural program to express their gratitude and appreciation for our dear Sisters. Teachers offered their earnest prayers to God for Sisters through solemn prayer service. The video presentation encapsulated the cherishing moments of Sisters. The choral recitation was presented by students. A scintillating dances performances by little ones and melodious singing by teachers made the celebration just perfect. The program ended by beautiful messages by teachers.
International Literacy Day is an international observance, celebrated each year on 8 September. We use to celebrate this day contented and cheery each year in our school but this time celebrating virtually, keenness and warmth was there online all were enthusiastic. We started this commemoration with Lord’s prayer. Teachers told few recital about their childhood.