A daughter who serves, a sister who loves, a mother who cares, bestower of love, life, friendship and trust, a picture of poise, strength and grace, a dreamer, achiever, a winner all along. We celebrate the phenomenal women today.
St. Cecily’s English Higher Primary School organised a short programme for our girls and their mothers. The programme began with a prayer dance invoking God’s blessings.Sr Jecintha D’sa ,the Headmistress of the school welcomed the gathering with her beautiful smile and loving words. Sr. Philomena offered a bouquet of flowers to Mr.Charlton Cardoso ,the speaker of the day as a gesture of warm welcome. Our boys and girls conveyed the wishes of the day through a melodious song, rhythmic dance and a value based skit. Mis.Thanushree, the Guinness record holder performed a yoga dance.
Mis.Thanushree Pithrodi, the student of St.Cecily’s Kannada Higher Primary School,Udupi,was honoured on her achievement of World Guinness Records for the sixth times in most Backward Body skips in one minute.Mr.Charlton Cardoso Our Chief Guest,Sr.Maria Vibha,the Joint Secretary, Sr.Violet Tauro, the Admistrator of our school,Mrs.Asha Vaz, the PTA Vice President ,Sr.Jecintha D’sa,our Headmistress, Mrs.Jenifer ,the teacher representative felicitated her.
Mr.Charlton Cardoso, the Resource Person of the day addressed the gathering with his health tips, Empowering Women to better Health.Mrs.Dreama Gracy Vaz proposed vote of thanks. Mrs. Cecilia Castelino compered the programme.
St Cecily's English Medium Higher Primary School
Affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi
Affiliation No. 831273, School Code- 46906
"A great man is different from an eminent one in that he is ready to be the servant of the society." Says Dr BR Ambedkar with this thought on 26th November we the teachers of St Cecily’s gathered together to celebrate National Constitution Day or Samvidhan Divas. The significance of this day is that on this day in the year 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India 1949 and this came into effect on 26th January, 1950. Few of our teachers took the initiative and put up a small programme. Deon Dsouza Kalmady, who is pursuing LLB shared the meaning of preamble. He emphasized the importance of Constitution Day, the significance of its celebration and commemorated the people who contributed to the development of Indian constitution. The preamble of Indian Constitution i.e India to be a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic which is aiming to secure justice, liberty, equality to all citizens and promote fraternity to maintain unity and integrity of the nation were stressed in his speech as these rights are necessity and are not a privilege. Students participated in drawing and learnt the preamble of Indian Constitution.
Ms Nancy Mendonca, Mrs Teena Menezes, Mrs Vinet Quadros and Sr Philomena AC coordinated this program.