Principal’s Day, June 2021

The students, staff and the PTA felicitated the Principal, Rev. Fr. (Dr.) Francis Swamy S.J. on his birthday through a virtual assembly.


Father’s Day Celebration – Middle & Senior School

“The quality of a father can be seen in the goals, dreams and aspirations he sets not
only for himself, but for his family”

   – Reed Markham

The teachers and students of the middle and senior school celebrated Father’s Day with a lot of enthusiasm. It is not only the first event of the academic year but also a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood and the influence of fathers on the child in particular and the society in general. The entire week starting 14th June 2021, was dedicated to one of the most valuable person in our lives, our fathers. Teacher’s conducted various activities on the theme Father’s Day with the students as a preparation for International Father’s Day which is celebrated worldwide on 20th of June.

● The language teachers conducted various activities with the students like essay writing on favorite memories of a father figure in their life, limerick writing, recitation sessions and making origami cards.

● The students displayed their creativity by making beautiful cards for their Fathers in the art period under the able guidance of their art teacher.
● Value education teachers discussed the importance of Father’s day by preparing power point presentations and cards with special notes from a child to his father.

● In the language classes, students wrote letters to their fathers, wrote essays and short poems on the importance of fathers in their lives.
● The students of class 8 made beautiful cards for their fathers in the art period under the able guidance of their art teacher.

● In the values education class, teachers discussed the origin and importance of Father’s day. Students shared the character traits of their fathers which they value the most and the importance of father’s in a child’s life. Students made collage of the quotes, messages on the importance of a father figure in their lives.
The week long celebrations were an effort to celebrate the presence of fathers in our lives and bring out the essence of Father’s day.

Father’s Day Celebration

On the occasion of Father’s Day the teachers conducted various activities in their classes. The activities were done during the Value Education period on 17th June. The students made cards with beautiful messages wrote poems etc. The teachers also spoke to the children about the significance of the day and the importance of appreciating the work done by the father. The students presented the cards to their fathers on Father’s day.

The Primary Section also had an online celebration on Friday 19th June at 9.30am. The Programme was very entertaining; it began with a prayer song, sung by a father and son. A poem was recited by Mr. Sunny Rodrigues. A quiz was conducted and spot prizes were also given to the fathers. E-certificates were given to the winners. The fathers also shared some of their experiences. The song ‘But I love you daddy’ was also sung by another father and son which got the fathers emotional. The celebrations came to an end with a message given by Fr. Dr. Francis Swamy. S.J.

The fathers were very appreciative that their children expressed their love and gratitude and they were also thankful to the school for organizing the wonderful programme.



Workshop on Nishtha Courses

Several teachers had registered themselves for onine Nishtha courses on Diksha platform to equip themselves to foster 21st century skills among students. These teachers shared their learning and experience with the rest of the staff members on 4th June, 2021 at an Online gathering. Given below is the list of teachers who imparted their learning.


Workshop on Online Correction

On 3rd June 2021, the teaching staff attended a virtual online workshop on Online Correction. It was conducted by Mr. Piran Doctor and his team. It was an interactive workshop where teachers had the opportunity to sharpen their skills as far as corrections are concerned.

Campion Dads Cricket Team

Skipper Harshvardhan Roongta, couldn’t have asked for a better finish to his final year as a Skipper of the Camp Rangers team (The Campion Dads` Cricket Team).

The Quadx2 tournament, a premier Inter-School Dad`s Cricket tournament comprising of 8 top School Dad’s teams participating witnessed highly intensive & competitive matches throughout the tournament. Camp Rangers started the tournament with a win over AB Warriors, followed a by a hard fought close finish match which Cathedral Knights won with a thin margin. With one match to go, and everything on the line, Camp Rangers pulled out a splendid victory against BD Royals, (won by 87 runs), to qualify for the Championship Finals.

In the finals, on a tough batting wicket, Camp Rangers, contained the Hillspring Lions to a modest total of 141. With the openers giving Campion a great start with a 100 run plus partnership, Camp Rangers cruised to victory in the 16th over with 7 wickets to spare. Sangram Singh with a thumping 82 runs was declared “Man of the Match”.

Camp Rangers also had Rahul Pandey (6 wickets), as the highest wicket taker of the tournament and was awarded the “Best Bowler of the Series”. Sangram Singh (149 runs) and Aditya Maheshwari (148 runs), featured in the top 3 run scorers of the tournament. Sudharshan Roongta (5 wickets) and Vishal Shah (4 wickets) were amongst the highest wicket takers of the tournament as well.

Special mention for our senior most cricketer, Mr. Paul Machado, whose performances with the ball were outstanding.

The Camp Rangers unit played like a well oiled unit, under the astute captaincy of Mr. Harshvardhan Roongta with each and every player contributing to the team victory. Having won many accolades in the past, this is yet another feather in the Camp Rangers Cap.

Team as follows: Harshvardhan Roongta ©️, Paul Machado, Amish Dani, Aditya Maheshwari, Anish Bhansali, Anuj Goyal, Amish Shah, Ankit Tolia, Rahul Pandey, Sushil Sanghvi, Sudharshan Roongta, Sangram Singh, Vishal Shah, Manish Shah, Kaushab Kantawala, Vikram Pant, Deval Mehta.


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