Monday, February 17, 2014

Class X Farewell

By: Vidhya Vinod Kumar

"Don't be dismayed by goodbyes. A farewell is necessary before you can meet again.  And meeting again, after moments or lifetimes, is certain for those who are friends."
                                                                                                      -- Richard Bach

Having spent a year, or maybe more, together and having created much cherished memories, the students of Standard X hosted their Farewell on the 29th of January 2014.

The previous day, on the 28th, students invited all the teachers and staff members of the school and spent their time decorating the hall, the school auditorium, where the much awaited program was to be held. The venue was decorated with hearts, as the theme was, "Valentine's day" the day love is shared.

The students of Std X, as a little token of affection, created a tribute for the teachers, which was shown to them on the day of the program. Teachers were extremely pleased with the video that was made and having started the program on this note, the performances were underway.

Students came together and put up dances, and songs which were much appreciated. The programmes were conducted in an informal note and the students were given the chance to speak on stage about their views and how they felt about the school.

The program started off with a prayer by Ms. Milly D'Souza, Headmistress. Fr. John Mannarathara, Principal, spoke on the occasion and Fr. Johny Mathew had an opportunity to speak too.  Mr. Ravi JZ, Coordinator of the Senior Secondary, the class teachers of Std X, and Ms. Remy Alex, class teacher, spoke  and expressed their views.

The program was wound up by 5.30 pm after which refreshments were supplied to the students and teachers present.

The photo session was held afterwards where students and teachers brought wonderful smiles as they bid goodbye and parted their own separate ways.

Farewell was a day to remember, a day when the students walked their paths in the hope that they would cross again. 

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

       -By Nikhitha George 
            Class IX-A

Everyone has wishes,so do I
Some want to be a doc,
Others want to be a police or an engineer,
While some want to be billionares.
Most of us are sure of
What we want to be,but my
Case is the opposite.
       One morning I woke up,
       Decided to be a doctor.
       The next day I wanted to be an engineer
       In the night I wanted to be a police
       And so it changes everyday.

Sometimes I wish to be an eagle,
Flying high up in the sky.
At times I wish to be the rain-
To awaken the joy in others.
Sometimes I wish to be the grass-to
Bow low and make the ground easier to walk on.
But ,in the end I have only one wish,
To be a good human being.

Class Blog Administrator-Sheryl Ann Antony

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Happy Children's Day! :)

Happy Children's Day everyone! :) 
Happy Birthday Chachaaji! <3 
I seriously love this kid for posing the way I asked her to. xP

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

My Experience


written by : MILIYA HARISH 

"Compassion is the capacity for feeling what it is like to live inside                                   somebody else's skin.''
           The complete life, the perfect pattern, includes old age as well as youth and maturity.
           Old age has its pleasures, which, though different, are not less than the pleasures of youth. This is something that I realized when I visited an old age home. Before this, I had never been to an old age home. So, I was wondering what it would be like. Would the people present there be happy to see us and what would be the topic of our conversation? And as soon as we reached there, I got all my answers.

     The inmates were very hospitable and friendly, and they welcomed us with their beautiful smiles. To break the monotony of their lives, we presented a few songs and a dance for them. We also made them sing and dance along with us. We talked to them... Heard stories from them, and even heard there problems... Hearing this some of us broke into tears and no matter how much I tried to put away emotion I felt I couldn't... The strongest emotion I felt was sadness and the urge to cry was so inevitable that I felt helplessness.....
           We were able to make out that they were very happy to have us there. I was in tears when I found out how these lovely people were abandoned by their children& why. Thinking about the humiliation, the sadness they might have felt when they were sent here by their own children because they found their parents as a burden????
         That is a shame and that makes me angry and sad because they had just left their parents some people who they don’t even know ...who would want that?...To be thought as burden and being left behind &With the passage of time by their own children,, for who they lived for..I don’t think so And I realized that these people still loved their children...Who just left them... it is time for love and care , to be near and dear but in their case if we see the certitude in this  they are they don’t have any dear ones..........

       Though we spent only a few hours with them, they made me realize the value of my grandparents and my parents and the tenderness with which they have been taking care and loving me and how I should really be the one taking care of them. And maybe even pamper them little on their birthdays and anniversary...        My love for my family, particularly my grandparents, has grown stronger and deeper now... And I dearly wish that you too will realize that more than money and luxuries what we all need is a shoulder to lean on ...where our value is never marked on money... Where parents are not a burden but are the ones who took care of us when we were small. Who loved u no matter what we did....
Never to regard any one as your obligation because you'll only end up disliking them.
                                                       THANK YOU!!!!