Summer camp was an enriching experience for the students of class IX and X.
It provided the right mix of fun and new challenges for the students. The
students enjoyed the magic of camp. Till recently, ‘Summer holidays’ simply meant finishing homework and a visit to
the grandparents’ homes. However, this summer proved to be an excellent
opportunity to brush up social and communicative skills allowing students to be
more open about their thoughts and feelings. They also taught us adults much
about laughter, hope, and energy.
Students of classes IX and X truly immersed themselves in the activities. They had
an amazing online summer Camp!! They learnt so much- Indoor-Games,
Pranayama, Exercises, Geographical facts, Fun with Mathematics, Sketching and
Painting, Performing Arts and Artificial Intelligence.Other important values that
were emphasised through our summer camp activities include developing a love
for learning, being resilient, reconnecting with nature and learning social skills.
We are grateful to all who contributed to this successful Summer Camp, especially
to our volunteers and staff for their commitment to creating opportunities for
Your attitude is in your hand. Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and
you shall form an invincible host against difficulties. Isaiah 43:2 says -
“When you go through deep waters I will be with you.”
So,take a leap of faith and be structured enough for success and
achievement and flexible enough for creativity and fun.
When the summer ends, monsoon will arrive, acknowledge the changing
nature of the world. Adapt and be with the flow of uncertainties. Never
underestimate the power you have to take your life in a new direction.
Stretch the limits of the possible by venturing a little more into the impossible
because if you fail to push your limits you will suffocate in your own comfort
‘Be like a lotus blooming in the middle of a dirty pond.’
Biodiversity Day 2021 served as a reminder that biodiversity remains the answer to
several sustainable development challenges. Biodiversity is the foundation upon which
we can build back better. Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, ‘Biodiversity Day
2021’ Posters prepared by the students of class X were presented during the online class. A speech by Shagun Garg of X C highlighted biodiversity as the living fabric
of our planet. It is the foundation upon which we can build back better. So, it is
time to replace a viral contagion with a climate of consciousness. Let us make it
'For me the best way to fight against terrorism - educate the next generation.’
Anti-Terrorism Day is observed to spread awareness about terrorism, its impact on
human suffering and lives. The students of classes XI and XII took a pledge to
make every effort to win the battle against terrorism and eradicate it from society
and to spread the message of peace, humanity, unity, and harmony among the
A country that has few museums is both materially poor and spiritually poor …
museums, like theatres and libraries, are a means to freedom.”
– Wendy Beckett
The students of class XII C celebrated International Museum Day 2021. Tanisha Bhatnagar, Suhani Dixit, Mansha Chug and Avni Jyani presented their views on ‘Museums’ as important means of cultural exchange, enrichment of cultures and development of mutual understanding, cooperation and peace among people.
‘Pray, Care, Love, Smile, and Celebrate with one another.’
On the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr and Bikaner Foundation Day the students of Classes
IX and X conducted prayers and took part in a Poster Making Competition. The
auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr falls after a month of fasting, praying, and
engaging in humanitarian activities such as feeding the underprivileged during the
holy month of Ramzan. Hitachi Lunia of Class X A in her speech said that today's
world combating COVID–19 pandemic demands this festival to be the celebration
of boundless spirit of kindness and charity, renunciation and sacrifice and
profound love and compassion.
"A renaissance is imperative for us to once again become a knowledge superpower
rather than simply providing cheap labour in areas of high technology.”
-Dr APJ Abdul Kalam
India observes National Technology Day on May 11 to mark the anniversary of the
Pokhran nuclear tests of 1998. The students of class XI A , Manvi Verma, Isha
Sharma, Disha Agarwal, Tanvi Swami and Tejaswini Soni submitted their views on
‘Science and Technology for a Sustainable Future,’ in the form of essays and
It's a cliché, but it's true: the greatest Mother's Day gift you can offer your mother is your time.Sophians celebrated Mother's Day to honour their mothers. Ever since the pandemic started— and its resultant lockdowns — the period has been difficult, and it continues to be so, especially, for mothers. Tasked with taking care of the house and juggling many responsibilities, mothers are often left exhausted.
This Mother’s Day, the celebrations were bound at home, as the city grapples with
the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic and is under a curfew. No matter the age, we all share deep bonds with our mothers and Mother’s Day is all about making them feel special. The students of class XI expressed their love for their mothers through handmade Mother’s Day cards with sweet messages, baking cakes and puddings- to
say why moms need to be celebrated.
'Together we are unstoppable'.
World Red Cross Day is celebrated on May 8 every year. World Red Cross
Society provides for food shortages, natural disasters, wars as well as diseases of
an epidemic.A large pool of volunteers of Indian Red Cross Society are undertaking activities in cooperation with the local government in the fight against COVID19.
On World Red Cross Day, Sophians paid tribute to the humanitarian agency for
their great contribution for helping people in need. A poster making activity was organized for the students of Class IX . Students made posters on topics like world peace, humanity, faith and hope.They also spoke on the significance of the day in their online class.
“Let me not pray to be sheltered from dangers,
but to be fearless in facing them.
Let me not beg for the stilling of my pain, but
for the heart to conquer it.”
― Rabindranath Tagore
The students of class XII paid tribute to the composer of
NATIONAL ANTHEM, great philosopher & writer, Nobel
Laureate, Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore on his birth
anniversary. They expressed their views on ‘The Relevance
of Tagore in Today’s World.’
“The miracle is not that we do this work, but that we are happy to do it.”
– Mother Teresa.
‘Happy May Day’ to the workers! Workers are the invisible backbone of a nation,
as a nation is only able to stand strong because of them. This is the second May
Day during COVID-19 and hence as dark as it was in 2020, if not darker. The
students of class IX and XI prepared a special online prayer service for the worker
class. Speech by Siya Jain and Pranati Goswami of class X-C, Recitation and Posters
by the students expressing their gratitude to all the helpers were displayed online.