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Title : Evening get together for class XII

            On the last day of their pre-board exams the students of class XII enjoyed a lovely evening in the school. There was music, dance and lots of delicious food. The huge bonfire didn't let the students feel the chill of the cold winter nights. Sr. Tina Maria and teachers of class XI and XII also attended the full event.

Posted By : admin | Date : 19-01-2019 | ....Read More
Title : Christmas celebrations 2018

A  Christmas assembly was organized by the students of primary school on 21st December, 2018. The students presented a beautiful skit about the importance of Christmas. They enacted events about the birth of Jesus. Santa added to the fervor of the festive mood. He brought happiness in his bag filled with toffees. On this auspicious occasion, Sister Tina Maria gave an inspiring  speech to the students asking them to help the poor and needy in the season of love and peace and reach out to the weaker sections of the society.

Posted By : admin | Date : 17-01-2019 | ....Read More
Title : Visit to Tihar Jail 2018

On 17th of December, 18 students along with the Principal, Sr. Tina Maria and Tr. Annie George visited the Tihar Jail as part of one of the many Community Service activities undertaken by the School. The Students put up a lively programme for the under trials and inmates which began with the introduction of the Chief guest, Bishop Jacob mar Barnabas followed by a hymn, dances, carol singing and a skit titled, 'The Bishop's Candlesticks'.  A few inmates too performed towards the end of the programme. 
Later on the students interacted with the chief guest, Jail superintendent, DS and the Ministry which  facilitates education and provides health amenities  for the prisoners. The Ministry also works to foster morals and ethics in the individuals present there in order to aid their psychological development. 


Posted By : admin | Date : 22-12-2018 | ....Read More
Title : Christmas play by the students of the Afternoon school

A Christmas play was staged by the students of the Afternoon school on 20th December.  Under the guidance of the school Sisters the students staged a beautifully enacted play in the school auditorium. They were treated to a special Christmas lunch and received gifts too.  Some of the students of class 9 had volunteered to work for the event as a part of their Service Learning.

Posted By : admin | Date : 20-12-2018 | ....Read More
Title : Carmel Fete 2018

On 15th of December, the school grounds welcomed visitors to the eagerly anticipated annual Carmel Fete. The guest of honour Ms. Aakriti Narang, an alumna and entrepreneur inaugurated the fest with an inspiring speech urging the students to be brave and follow their dreams.

The festivities were kicked off by joyous Christmas carols sung by the members of the school choir ,the HMM group, filling the air with Christmas cheer. With the DJ playing everyone's favorite tunes against the clear, sunny skies it didn't take long before the basketball court transformed into the dance floor.
A plethora of games and challenges, photo booth, mouth watering delicacies, garment stalls and rides awaited the students and parents. The stalls managed by the students turned out to be a huge success as the students utilising creative license ensured a steady flow of patrons.
The highlight of the celebration was the Flash mob put together by Synergy, the Dance Club of the school.  



Posted By : admin | Date : 22-12-2018 | ....Read More
Title : Indo- Thai Exchange 2018

15 students and 2 teachers of Carmel Convent School visited Joseph Upatham School, Thailand from 27th October to 7th November, 2018 as part of the Indo-Thailand Student Cultural Exchange Program. Joseph Upatham School organized a beautiful welcome assembly and greeted the Carmel students and teachers with orchid garlands. The assembly included PowerPoint presentations on the school?s history and administrative structure. The students performed songs and graceful Thai folk dances during the assembly. Carmel students were then allotted their Thai buddy friends to interact with throughout their stay.

Over the days, the Carmel students participated enthusiastically in learning about Thailand culture through various activities organized by the host school. The girls learnt basics of Bamboo and cha-cha dance, how to make lovely coin purses, tasty pandan desserts and pandan flower bouquets. The students were also a part of the Sports Day event of Joseph Upatham School where they marched with the other students. The event was a grand success and it was heart warming to see all the efforts put in by Thai students in preparing all the props on their own. Carmel students also got an opportunity to visit various classes during school hours, interact with students from different grades and observe how classes are conducted in Thailand schools. Our students also attended the Halloween assembly dressed up in special costumes and makeup!

The students visited various places outside the school as well like Wax Museums, Elephant and Crocodile Farm, Riverside City, Phuttamonthon Buddhist Park, Upside Down World and many big malls like JJ Mall, Big C, Tesco etc. and thoroughly enjoyed every bit of it. The most memorable day however was the "Buddy Day" where students and teachers headed out individually with their respective Thai buddies and their families to experience the true Thailand life.

Towards the end of the visit, the students decorated bulletin boards based on their experiences in Thailand and to specially to thank all the teachers for organizing every activity and taking great care in making the stay comfortable.

On the last day, Joseph Upatham School organized a farewell dinner in honour of Carmel students and teachers which was attended by the entire administrative staff, teachers, PTA members, buddy students and their families. Heartfelt speeches were given by Ms. Sanjeeta Pillai and a Carmel student to thank each and everyone at Joseph Upatham for their love and humbling hospitality. Carmel students also performed beautiful group dances on Bollywood songs and sang songs based on friendship apt for the special bond they shared with their Thai buddies. The Thai students in return performed traditional Thai dances for their Indian friends. Carmel students and teachers returned back to India with many thoughtful gifts they received from Joseph Upatham School administration and staff members but more importantly they returned home with beautiful memories that will last them for a lifetime.

Posted By : admin | Date : 22-12-2018 | ....Read More
Title : Middle School Annual Day - Oliver Twist

The middle school Annual Day was held on 27th November 2018. The students of the middle school staged the Charles Dickens classic Oliver Twist.There were two shows held one after the other.Ms. Amrita Bhalla, the Head of Department of English, Jesus and Mary  graced the first show. Senior Advocate , Dayan Krishnan was the chief guest at the second show.  Carmel has always believed in enhancing a student's potential to the fullest extent.Challenging auditions took place in the beginning of the session that led to months of grueling practice. Directed by Ms.Archana Sharma and Ms. Nabomi Mondal, assisted by Mr. Ashwini Verma, choir direction by Mr. Reginald Samuel and choreographed by Ms. Sunaina the event was made possible through the coordinated efforts of the students, their parents and the teachers as each of them had a role to play in the production of this musical.

 




Posted By : Admin | Date : 08-01-2019 | ....Read More
Title : Junior school Annual Day

The junior school classes I, II, III celebrated their Annual Day on the morning of 20th December 2018. The programme began with a prayer dance. The students presented a musical rendition of Lewis Carroll's famous literary work 'Alice in Wonderland'. It was a spectacular programme greatly appreciated by the Chief Guest, Mrs Nidhi Verma and the parents. The highlight of the programme was that each and every student participated in the event.

Classes IV & V of the junior school also celebrated their Annual Day on the evening of 20th December 2018 by staging a musical of L. Frank Baum's famous literary classic 'The Wizard of Oz'. In her speech, the Principal Sr. Tina Maria stressed on encouraging our students to read and enjoy English literary works of famous authors. The Chief Guest Mrs Avinder Ghura lauded the efforts of the staff and students. Parents spent a delightful evening watching their children enthrall them with their lively performance.

Posted By : admin | Date : 11-12-2018 | ....Read More
Title : Children Day

Carmel celebrated Children's Day on 14th of November with the teachers performing for their dear students. The celebration saw the mentors dancing to the latest Bollywood hits. The teachers also serenaded the students with a medley of famous pop wonders. A fun game of Tambola was played with the students winning numerous prizes. To top everything off, the students were treated with chocolates.

Posted By : admin | Date : 11-12-2018 | ....Read More
Title : Diwali Assembly

On the 5th of November, the morning was brightened by an enthusiastic Diwali celebration. There were various folk dances performed which were preceded by a prayer dance. The event included a Nukkad Natak(Street Play) and a puppet show, presented by classes eight and nine, which emphasized  the importance of an Eco-friendly Diwali. It was a morning bursting with energy, joy and knowledge. Although, the celebration carried a light-hearted tone, the values of Diwali were deeply recognized and enjoyed.

Posted By : admin | Date : 21-11-2018 | ....Read More

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