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.
Seeing the prevailing condition and with strong determination to recoup our planet and its creatures, our children spread words of motivation and came forward with several ideas of how we can protect our planet by just saying ‘No’ to Plastic.
Do you know???
* Over 1/3 of all food produced globally goes to waste.
* Reducing food waste is the #1 solution to the climate crisis.
*In most developed countries, Over half of all food waste takes place in the home only.
To spread awareness of food waste and loss, our children came forward and unfold strong messages with the help of beautiful posters, captions and drawings.
“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.
Real Heroes don’t have a name on the back of their Jersey. They wear their country’s
Flag. Thank you India’s Real Heroes!
‘Kargil Vijay Diwas also known as Operation Vijay is celebrated every year in India on
26 July to celebrate the accomplishment of Operation Vijay, which was launched
by the Indian Armed Forces.’ This month, our brave Sophians celebrated ‘Kargil Diwas’ and remembered India’s war Victory, indeed a Red Letter Day for all of us and paid homage to Kargil Martyrs by preparing beautiful cards, imitating their dialogues and delivering expressive speeches. We at Sophia are beholden to our audacious warriors for all the efforts that they put in to keep us safe and secure. You were, you are, and you will always be remembered for the actions of valour.
‘Grandmas and grandpas are grand-angels!’
Having Grandparents is a true blessing in one's life. Grandparents are the epitome of
immense knowledge, experience and love, a family’s greatest treasure and undoubtedly the maker of a loving legacy. To honour their love, care, experiences, the precious time that they give to us, Grandparents Day was celebrated on Sunday with zest and zeal.
‘Be devoted to Guru this holy day and always.’
The one who shows us the difference between Right and Wrong, the one who holds our hands, shows us the right way that guides us, the one who imparts knowledge,
embeds patience, forgiveness, satisfaction in our hearts and minds. A Guru is someone who helps us navigate the challenges that life brings to us. To honour and convey our love and acknowledgement to all the Gurus, we celebrate and address the day as Guru Purnima. Be it our teachers, our parents, trainer, our life coach etc,
Guru Purnima is undoubtedly an extraordinary occasion to convey the words of appreciation, gratefulness and respect towards them. To honour and convey
the love and acknowledgement to all the Gurus, we celebrate and address the day as
“GOD CAN NOT COME FOR US ALL THE TIME THAT’S WHY HE SENT DOCTORS
National Doctors’ Day is celebrated on July 1 all across India. To express heartfelt gratitude and love for all the intrepid doctors across India, our children from classes VI- XII performed activities to commemorate the day with willingness.
Children expressed gratitude and love towards the real heroes who do every possible
thing to make this world safe, and healthful. Their selfless service, love, and devotion make them genuine icons. In the last two years, their selfless and intrepid efforts
have been sensed by every heart also.