Tuesday, 3 November 2015
Posted by St. Mary's Christian School Mary's Christian School at 23:34
English is an adventure, dare to explore, with these thoughts in mind the Marians had celebrated fun filled English Week. The week commenced with an inaugurating assembly on 12th October 2015. Where the logo of the English week was unveiled and students enjoyed a powerpoint presentation on English and personality development. The second day had a morning assembly filled with fun and frolic for classes VI to VII where they were given a stage to depict their talents as imitating vocational professionals.
The third day morning assembly was followed by various activities which were filled with enthusiasm, where students of grade I & II participated whole heartedly in public speaking and role plays on country and festivals.
Class XI & XII students were given free stage to show their hidden talents and empowerment of their impulsive behavior through poster making competition, where they tried to take some break from their regular routine of pack study schedule. The use of their ideas blended with papers of vibrant colours, brought wonderful piece of art work showing the history of great writers and poets.
In the closing ceremony quiz was conducted where students participated with full enthusiasm. The week had drama, poetry, imagination, thoughts tips for better studies etc.
|On 3rd October 2015, SMCS organized International Project Work Exhibition & Sessional Work Display. The exhibition was inaugurated by our honourable & respectable Sir Manger & Ma’am Director by lighting up the lamp. Student displayed their Summer Vacation Work which included Posters, Poem Books, Story Books and models related to their subjects. Wonderful and amazing science working models were displayed in science lab. Kidszone displayed all the activities of their work in various rooms. There was a section of ISA which displayed Global Connection on Various topics depicting the ISA Projects for different grades for session 2015-16 was received from the parents and guardians. Altogether it was a huge success and the efforts of the Marians were highly praised.|