Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea when Herod was king. After Jesus’ birth, wise men from the east arrived in Jerusalem. They asked, “Where is the one who was born to be the king of the Jews? We saw his star rising and have come to worship him.”
“Christmas is built upon a beautiful and intentional Paradox; that the birth of the homeless should be celebrated in every home.”
To convey this beautiful message of Christmas our school also joined in the celebrations and we the Sophian family celebrated it by spreading the light of love specially to the ones who need it the most Mr. Verendra Benial and Father Thomas were the special guests for the day. Christmas celebrations were in full swing as the school marked the day with a special assembly. The festive spirit was enjoyed by all. The day commenced by asking the blessings of the Almighty fallowed by Bible reading and a special prayer. The atmosphere reverberated with prayer songs and melody of carols junior and senior students participated in games and activities enthusiastically the end of the program Principal and the special guests distributed sweets and gifts to students and to the less privileged strata of the society.
Sri Ramanujan’s birthday was observed in the school as National Mathematics Day, on 20th December 2021. A Maths quiz was held in all the classes where students participated and created a conducive environment to work in groups. It is a way to briefly the knowledge, abilities and skills of students, enhancing their interest in the subject.
“Mathematics in not about numbers, equations, computation and algorithms, it is about understanding.
This great man, Fortunatus Henri Caumont, was born at Tours, France, on December 10, 1871, to Monsieur Salvat Caumont and Madame Pauline Caumont. He became a priest in 1896 and came to India in 1897 to serve the people of Rajputana.
Fr. Fortunatus Henri Caumont was gifted with remarkable intelligence, an affectionate nature, keen foresight, and strength of character. He had a great desire to help the poor and needy, particularly women and girls who were the sick and suffering. Deprived of their rights.
We conducted a quiz competition for our students of class I to V regarding the Founder – Bishop Fortunatus Henry Coumont and Co-Founder Mother Mary Matilda of MSA. Students were taught about them and explained the motive of the school which they will imbibe in their individual lives and also shared their ideas and beliefs of empowering Women’s Education and their upliftment which motivated them to participate in this QUIZ with more enthusiasm.
We can't forget that several soldiers from the armed forces have laid down their lives in the service of the country. Therefore, Armed Force Flag Day is celebrated on 7 Dec. to honour the martyrs and the men in uniform and is also dedicated to collecting funds from people for the welfare of the armed forces personnel.
International day of the people wih Disabilities also known as World Disabled Day is observed on 3 Dec. every year to raise awareness and develop an understanding to accept people with disabilities by the United Nations. Since 1992, World Disabled Day is being celebrated to promote compassion and acceptance of disability issues and provide support for the self-respect, rights and better living of disabled persons.
Pollution is a major problem that the whole world is battling with. We can define pollution as the addition of any substance, whether soild, liquid or gas or any form of energy like heat, sound, etc. to the environment. National Pollution Control Day is observed in the memory of those who have lost their lives in the Bhopal gas tragedy on 2 Dec 1984.
"I like the religion that teaches liberty, equality, and fraternity. "
26th November has its own importance in the history of Independent India because on this day in 1949, the constitution of India was adopted and it came Into effect on 26th January 1950. Therefore, marking the dawn of a new era, we celebrate the constitution day. Students of our school also celebrated this special day with great enthusiasm. The celebration was started by a week's assembly. An important part of the celebrations was the reading of the Preamble. Some activities were planned for the students. They made the activities innovative by writing inspirational quotes, slogans, fundamental rights. This day served as a reminder to live by and promote these timeless values in our communities.
"FREEDOM IS THE OPEN WINDOW THROUGH WHICH POURSTHESUNLIGHTOF THEHUMANSPIRITAND HUMAN DIGNITY."
Continuing the sequence of celebrating the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, the children of the Primary Section participated in the GK Quiz, in which questions were asked about the great freedom fighters of India. The quiz was conducted house wise in which all the students participated with great enthusiasm.
‘A dream does not become reality through magic; it takes sweat determination and hard work.’ It gives us immense happiness to share that on the most promising occasion of Teachers Day, PIE in collaboration with 95 FM Tadka, and on 25 October, Department of Zoology Govt. Dungar College felicitated our dear Principal, Rev.Sr.Leena.
It gives us immense happiness to share that this month Sophia Sr.Sec School got the opportunity to conduct a swimming competition( Boys and Girls) under 17 years/19 years of age which was conducted successfully. Our children also participated in the various district-levelsports tournaments.