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A farewell program was organised for the outgoing batch of Class X on February 8, 2020. This wonderful day began with a farewell Mass offered by Rev. Bro. Satheesh.
The class 10 students were welcomed by class 9 with flowers. That was followed by a meaningful programme organized by a class 9 which began with a short prayer service followed by a fun and frolic programme which consisted of drama, dance and a wonderful farewell song. Three games was conducted for Class 10.
It was a moment of reliving the good memories they had of the school and their companions and teachers. Sr. Sheena, class teacher of 10 shared her experiences with the students of class 10 and wished them well in their future career.
Anish Kerketta and Neha Kumari shared their views about class 10 and how they felt about School. The principle Bro. Satheesh gave a final message to the class 10 by giving out mementos that would remind them of their school.
The most awaited day of the year was the School Annual Picnic 2020 to Balaghat, Basiya. The school picnic was for the students of STD V to X.
Balaghat gave an experience of being surrounded by greenery and the beauty of nature with the bank of Koyal River. We started at 8.00 am in the morning with prayer and a feeling of a great day ahead. The students were extremely excited and kept singing songs in the bus till they reached the venue.
Students were amazed to see the Natural Beauty. A delicious breakfast was followed by a tour of the place where the students were excited and shook their legs to the thumping dance numbers which were played in the river. They even created a few crazy steps and the teachers too joined the fun. Every child was given an opportunity to participate and enjoy themselves.
After a tiring and fun packed morning we all headed for lunch where we all relished different items of food.
All the students expressed a desire to revisit the place again. Indeed it was a great day for all the students and teachers, as it strengthened the bond between the students and their teachers.
26th of January is a gala day for every Indian. On 26th Jan. 1950, the Constitution of India came into force and our country, India became the Republic. We celebrate this day as a festival every year.
This year it was celebrated with pomp and show in our school. All the students assembled on the school ground at 8:30 am. After some time The Principal and other distinguished persons arrived. The principal unfurled the national flag. This was followed by our National Anthem ‘Jan Gan Man’ sung by students and teachers. Soon after this, the Group Singing Competition started, with the theme of patriotism.
The Principal addressed the gathering.
The whole programme of Republic day was nice. The programme ended with the distribution of sweets…..
Christmas is a time to give and forgive. Celebrated everywhere as a joyous family affair, we too, at our school celebrated Christmas Gathering at 20th & 21st December 2019 as a happy time for children.
Our little children of the school presented the Nativity Scene with painted images of baby Jesus and his parents (Birth of Jesus) specially crafted by the school children. The performance of students on stage exclusively for Christmas was a memorable one. Christmas Carol, Dance, music, and skit made the day explicable with joy and enthusiasm.
Santa too made a grand entry in the school auditorium with the chocolates. The delight was uncontained, especially as he brought out the gifts! The Crib and classrooms too had been decorated with bright and colourful bells, stockings and stars, created by the children in their craft class.
At the end of the ceremony Students and Teachers exchange gifts with their own Christmas friend. Finally everyone greeted each other with Christmas greetings and auspicious wishes of the New Year 2020.
- Application from for admission to LKG, UKG & Class I-III have been issued form 14th November 2019.
- Age of the child as on 31st March 2020 : 3 Years for LKG
4 Years for UKG
- Cost of the Application form : 400/-
- Application form will be available in the school office from 09:30 am to 01:30 pm.
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a Swachh Bharat mission led by the government of India to make India a clean India. This campaign was launched officially by the government of India on 145th birthday anniversary of the great person, Mahatma Gandhi on 2nd of October, 2014. It was launched at the Rajghat, New Delhi (cremation of Mahatma Gandhi). The government of India has aimed to make India a clean India by 2nd of October 2019 (means 150th birth anniversary of the Mahatma Gandhi) through this campaign.
It is a politics free campaign and inspired by the patriotism. It is launched as a responsibility of the each and every Indian citizen to make this country a Swachh country. This campaign has initiated people globally towards the cleanliness.
Teachers and students of the Montfort School are joining this “Clean India Campaign” very actively “Clean School Campaign”with great fervour and joy. Under this campaign, Bapu remembered with the songs ‘Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram’ in assembly. Teachers explained the meaning of this song and the importance of cleanliness. Then the student of the upper class participates in procession and the junior section students helped to keep the school clean.
The role of a teacher in building the civilized society was hailed during the teacher’s day celebrations held at various schools on 5th September 2019 (Thursday). Teacher’s Day is celebrated on the birth anniversary of India’s first Vice President Dr. Sarvpalli Randhakrishnan and also commemorate the death anniversary of one of the greatest teacher, the greatest humanitarian of the 20th century Mother Teresa who taught by her life, who taught by her example.
Enthusiasm and festivity marked the teacher’s day celebration at Montfort School .The school campus was gripped with favour as the students made the day a memorable experience for the teachers. It was the time for both students and teachers to look back, got inspired by Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan and his principles and paid tribute to this great visionary, philosopher and educationist.
Student performance exclusively for teachers was a memorable one. Students from class LKG to X had put in great effort to treat their teachers with their talented performances. Dance music, skit and drama had made the day.
The students had put in great effort and had made it a point that their teachers enjoy the day. The programme commenced with musical tribute to Dr. Sarvpalli Randhakrishnan, followed by cultural programmes and then it was followed by games for teachers. The programme was organized and taken care of by the students of STD. X.
All the students expressed their love and thankfulness for their teachers in the form of wishes, cards, flowers and their performance.
Today, on August 31, 2014, National Leaders Day was celebrated in our school. In this program, the young artists of the school dressed in costumes like former leaders of their country and honored them.
Some children played the role of Mahatma Gandhi, some Subhash Chandrabos, some played the role of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, some Bhagat Singh. Many children also played the role of Mother Teresa, Swami Vivekananda, Abdul Kalam, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi. Everyone told about their characters’.
The Principal Rev. Bro. Satheesh K. Don said by encouraging children “These characters are former leaders of the country and in future you will be the leader of the country. You will become a doctor, an engineer, a teacher, a minister, a player and a scientist and you can reach many high places. Therefore, make sure to make your future firm in the same way, because what you sow today, tomorrow you will get the same result.”
This year Montfort school, Hathiagonda, Ranchi celebrated 73rd Independence Day and Rakshabandhan with great pomp and show. All the teachers and students gathered on the assembly ground.
The Head Boy Master Nitin Lohar welcomed by the Principal Rev. Bro. Satheesh K. Don and invited for flag hoisting. First of all the national flag was hoisted by the Principal. After flag hoisting ceremony and National Anthem a powerful speech delivered by Head Boy. The programme began with a Patriotic dance by the students. Patriotic dance was also shown by different groups which made other students excited.
The Principal encouraged us to become great like Mahatma Gandhi and Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. All were happy and gay on this pious occasion. In my opinion 15 August is very important to us because this day remind us of the sacrifices of those who gave up their lives for the freedom of India.
Sweets were distributed among the students and the function came to an end with Inter House Football Tournament Senior Boys Finals.