6th December 2019.
The first Friday Eucharistic Celebration on 6th December brought in students and staff as a school community to prepare for the coming of Jesus at Christmas…
The message of welcoming Christ into our lives again through everyday acts was highlighted.
Rev. Fr. Henry D’Souza led the congregation through a meaningful service speaking to children on the importance of the word “PRAY”.
P stands for “Praying for others”.
R stands for “Reflection”.
A stands for “Actions of reaching out to others”.
Y stands for saying “Yes to the will of God”.
The melodious singing by the choir added to the surreal feeling of Joy- The coming of Christ.
20th December 2019.
Our students participated in the Discovery School Super League – powered by BYJU’s
Kaziaf Sheen Tajammul, Agatha Joseph and Hiya Jain topped in Round I.
From among these, Agatha Joseph and Hiya Jain have been selected for Round II.
We congratulate our winners for their exceptional performance and proficiency in Math and Science.
Little Acts Of Kindness Makes Christmas special.
The students of Std: VII along with their teachers visited Ashadaan and Salvation Army for the visually impaired working men and shelter for young girls on Thursday, 19th December 2019.
They sang melodious Christmas carols for the children and the visually impaired people… Our students were touched and brought with them happy cheer….
It was a fun-filled experience for our Agnesians.
20th December 2019.
The Star of Hope Still Shines.
Christmas is celebrated as the day of the Birth of Christ into this world. It also symbolizes a deep significant truth of the spiritual life. Jesus Christ is the very personification of Divinity. He was born at a time when ignorance, superstition, greed, hatred and hypocrisy prevailed upon the land. Purity was forgotten and morality was neglected.
Christmas is a time to ponder on the most important things in our life- our faith, our family, our friends and our community. It is the time to reflect on the great love Jesus has for each one of us. Though He was God, He humbled Himself to be born as a human being and sacrificed Himself for us.
The Christmas celebration for the children was held on Friday, 20th December 2019. The programme began with a skit depicting the season of Giving and Receiving, followed by the Christmas Tableau presented in the form of a musical.
Intentions were offered to Baby Jesus for peace and unity amongst the people, to make the world a better place to live in.
Later children danced to the rhythm of the remixes of Christmas Carols.
The children parted with a Christmas message and a gift.
We wish each one of you a Christmas filled with love, happiness, peace and hope.
13th February 2020.
An informative talk was arranged for the students of Std: V on 13th February 2020 by API Nitin Gaikwad and lady constable Sarvada Sarvade to make them aware about Good Touch and Bad Touch. They were also informed of the measures they can take if they find themselves in a risky situation.
The topics for discussion were on sexual harassment, awareness of one’s surroundings and certain rules that one needs to follow as responsible citizens.
.On 14th February 2020, an art competition was held at Nehru Science Centre by AMMA, to celebrate the “Marathi, Malayali Ethnic Fest 2020”.
Purva Jasud From Std: V- B secured the First place. She was awarded with a Certificate and a Trophy.
Congratulations Purva for your success.
The Florrie Sopher Interschool Elocution Competition was held on 10th February 2020 at E. E. E. Sassoon High School. The competition had two categories, the Juniors and the Seniors.
The Junior group participants were Namra Shaikh, Jessica Furia and Mukta Sawant Desai from Std: VII while the Senior group participants were Brooklyn D’Souza, Kasturi Gawde and Aashna Salve from Std: VIII.
Each of the groups were given four topics from which the participants had to select one topic.
From the Junior group, Namra Shaikh and Jessica Furia spoke on the topic, “Failure is success if we learn from it” while Mukta Sawant Desai spoke on, “Laughter is the best medicine”.
In the Senior group, Brooklyn D’Souza spoke on the topic, “Security of women in India”, Kasturi Gawde spoke on, “Pollution – A great hazard” and Aashna Salve spoke on, “Woes of the farmer”.
Namra Shaikh and Jessica Furia from the Junior group and Kasturi Gawde and Brooklyn D’Souza from the Senior group were selected for the final round that took place on 11th February 2020.
It was a great experience and a proud moment when the participants from the Senior group won the Rotating shield while those from the Junior group won Consolation prizes.