S.S.C. Farewell 2018-2019

S.S.C. Farewell 2018-2019

It’s that time of the year, when the school bids farewell and good luck to the students of Std. X. For us at Divine Child High School, it was on Friday 8th February, that the staff and students till Std. IX wished the Std. X students well in life.

A solemn prayer service followed by an entertaining morning including the much looked forward to – Miss Divine Child Contest, all comprised the plan for the day. It was a day to remember for the Std. X students as they left the school portal.

Canteen Day

Canteen Day

A treat for the tummies!!… on Wednesday 27th February.

The students enjoyed the yummy noodles as always and not forgetting the tongue-teasing chana chaat especially prepared by the Prefects.

Traditional & Sharing Day

Traditional & Sharing Day

The Pre-Primary & Primary sections celebrated Traditional & Sharing Day on Thursday 31st January. 

It was a pleasant sight to see little girls in traditional attire and looking all grown-up. The spirit of oneness among them was also visible as they shared their traditional goodies with each other. Truly, unity in diversity!

Best out of Waste

Best out of Waste

Creativity is making marvelous out of the discarded!!

The ‘Best out of Waste’ Competition was held on Monday 25th February. The students were judged on use of eco-friendly waste material and usability, among other criteria.

Over 150 students from Stds. V to IX participated enthusiastically. The creativity of the students was seen in the vivid items they made. It was a treat to see the creative art vibrant in students.

Std. IX Camp

Std. IX Camp

GO RAFTING… GO GIRLS!!!

The students of Std. IX were treated to an adventurous and exciting outdoor camping experience from 13th to 15th February at Kundalika River Rafting Camp in Kolad. Assembling at an early hour of 6.00am at school, praying together before setting out and the 5-6 hour long journey, built up the excitement spirit. The 3-day escapade was packed with adventurous games and activities they had never tried before!… but of course, with professional guidance and safety precautions.The group activities helped to foster team-bonding and friendships, build on self-determination, concentration, zeal and also nurture a love for our Mother Earth through the close connect with nature throughout these days. Mentioning a few of the activitiesand games… Kayaking, Tarzan swing, Burma bridge walking, Archery, Rifle-shooting, Zipline, Map-making, Jungle cooking, Blind-sheep, Save the world, Campfire, DJ Jam session (singing to the music), Dance & Drama Competition, etc.

For the students and teachers, the most memorable camp ever!!