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Workshop on ‘How to create the first impression’


On 10 October 2019, Hindustan Times in association with Manav Rachna University organized a workshop for classes 11 and 12 on the session 'How to create the first impression'. The speaker Mr. Nitesh was a well-known personality from the training industry. An MBA from IIM Calcutta and a Cambridge certified training professional, he spoke to the students about making a great first impression on people you come across for the very first time.

Quiz Competition for Class II


A quiz was organised for students of class II on general awareness. Students participated actively to the new platform introduced to them. Two students from each section represented their team.

Solo Singing for Class I


Shanti Squad organised an English Solo singing competition on 4 October, 2019 for students of Class I. Children sang melodious songs in English.

Story Enactment Class II


In order to achieve the ultimate aim of making each and every child understand the historic tales behind various festivals of lights celebrated all over the world, the teachers organized an event for class 2 students

on 25 September, 2019 under British Council ISA. The tales of different festivals of lights were enacted by the teachers using the help of hand puppets, dramatization, musical enactment, etc.

Celebration of International Literacy Day


Students of community service were invited to visit Pravasi Bhartiya Kendra for Panel discussion on International Literacy Day. Chief Guest for the occasion was Smt. Rina Ray, Secretary, Department of School Education & Literacy, MHRD. Students were made aware of the strategies and schemes being implemented to bring up the literacy rate in India. They also got an opportunity to meet and interact with students of eminent schools like Blue Bells International School, Amity International School and Springdales School. They exchanged their views and response to being a member of DSLP (Delhi School Literacy Program) along with its functionality and approach followed in their schools.

Successful launch of book on Soft Skills


A book on Soft skills compiled by the teachers of Holy Child Sr. Sec. School was launched by Principal Sr. Sherine Thuruthel on 5 September, 2019. The book commemorates techniques that can be applied by teachers to enhance soft skills in the classroom setup. Lot of effort and cognizance has been accumulated with clear description of the various connotations of Soft Skills, with numerous real life examples(most of them drawn from our own Student Population) giving systematic instructions on how to develop the Soft Skills by self-study and practice.

Card Making Activity KG


Students of Kindergarten actively participated in a Card-Making activity in the month of September. With the help of this activity children expressed immense love for their teachers and enhanced their fine motor skills.

Talk on the nutritive value of fruits and vegetables


Students from different sections of class IV dressed up as their favourite fruit or vegetable and explained about their nutritive value. They also named the fruits or vegetable in Thai, French and Hindi .

Enactment of Social issues Class V


An enacting social problem program was conducted on 31st august by Preeti squad of class V. Students independently prepared themes related to various social problems such as 'beti padaao beti bachao' ,'save water' ,' respect underprivileged' ,'respect parents' etc and acted upon it . The program was very informative and created a deep impact on minds of students further sensitising them regarding contemporary problems of society.

Solo dance Competition Class 2


Dance is a conversation between body and soul. Shanti Squad organised a Dance Competition for Class III on 31 August, 2019. Students danced on various foot tapping numbers with bright and colourful constumes.

Nutrilicious Quiz for Class VI


An intersection quiz was conducted for Class VI on 26 August, 2019. It highlighted the ability of the participants to identify the fruits or vegetables and name them in French, Hindi and Thai.

Science Week

19-23 August 2019

During the Science week students took part in many activities and competitions.

Class VI- Scientists and their discoveries

Class IX and X- Prayogshala, Just-a-minute, Skit and Painting Competition

Greeting Card Making Competition for Class II


A greeting card expresses all the human emotions of joy, thankfulness, celebration and love. It allows us to connect on an emotional level with the people who have touched our lives. Keeping this in mind a card making competition was held on 23 August, 2019 as a part of Shanti Squad activity and British Council ISA Initiative. The topic was related to the upcoming festival of light Diwali and Christmas. The participants used different cut outs and decorative material. The creativity portrayed was commendable.

Science week for primary


Class III- Had an activity on balanced diet. They could tell the names of different pulses also arrange a Thali showing balanced diet.

Class IV- Collage making on Junk and nutritious food. They were able to appreciate the food value of each food item and categorize them into junk and nutritious food.

Class V- Experiments on clean air and water. Students performed the experiments with great enthusiasm. They understood the scientific concepts and were able to explain the reasons very well.

Character Portrayal KG


Character Portrayal competition was held for the Kindergarten students in the month of August. Such competition provides the little ones an opportunity to light the stage on fire with their wonderful attire and to overcome their shyness. Various themes were given to the classes and children were dressed up accordingly. It was a delight to watch the little ones performing with such enthusiasm and confidence.

Fun with dabbing colour (KG)


The little bumble bees of Kindergarten celebrate colour day activity every month. In the month of August green color was introduced to the children, where cotton dabbing activity was conducted.

Independence Day Celebration


Independence Day was celebrated with full pompous and galore. The afternoon witnessed some spectacular performances from the aerobics group, dramatic group and contemporary dance group. The chief guest for the occasion Dr. Kulpreet Kaur hoisted the flag and presented the deserving students with trophies and certificates. Students from KG celebrated Independence Day on 13 August, 2019.

Raksha Bandhan Activity


Raksha Bandhan is a special occasion to celebrate the virtuous bond of love between a brother and a sister which is one the deepest and noblest of all human emotions. To commemorate this festival a rakhi making activity was organised for K.G students. The little bumble bees were very happy and enjoyed this activity.

Van Mahotsav Celebration


With reference to circular no: 40-15 (5) Plantation / 2018-19/ SCB/ 636 dated 06/08/2019 a tree plantation drive was conducted where 50 Trees and 100 shrubs were planted by the environment ministers of the Holy Child School in the school premises. It was an enriching experience for the students.

The aim was to create awareness among students about the importance of growing trees and keeping our environment green.

English week


Various activities were conducted during the English week from classes 3-5.

The students participated actively and showcased their talents.

Class 3 had spell bee activity.

Class 4 had poem enactment based on moral value.

Class 5 narrated short stories with a moral value.

Deworming Drive


Holy Child Sr. Sec. School took part in the nation wide drive for Deworming. Students were given medicine by the trained staff members.

Nutritious and Junk food activity Class IV and V


Creative and attractive scrapbooks were made by grade IV and V students exhibiting different nutritious and junk food of Thailand, France and India. Students learnt that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body and a healthy body is the result of having healthy and nutritious food. Students had a great learning experience, as they came to know about the choice of food available across the world.

Recipe booklet activity Class 6


Students of class 6th collected recipes of exotic dishes of three countries Thailand, India, and France. They did a comparative study of the methods of cooking in these countries. The activity helped students to identify the importance of food of our mother land and also appreciate the taste of different countries.

Paper tearing and pasting activity for KG


Paper tearing and pasting activity was conducted on 5 August, 2019 for Kindergarten students. It is an effective way to enhance fine-motor skills of the little ones. Children enjoyed this activity and learnt the use of fevistick too.

One to One Career Counselling (Class XII and X)


One to One Career Counselling Session was conducted by experts from CareerGuide as a part of the Career Counselling Program for the students and parents of Class XII and X. The resource persons were Ms. Leema Joseph, Mr. Karan Sabharwal, Ms. Pooja Jain, Ms. Roopali Goyal, Mr. Jai Kataria and Mr. Vikram Soni.

Character depiction competition Class I


Character depiction competition for class 1 was held on 2 August on the topic freedom fighters. The participants were enthusiastic and excited to tell us about the freedom fighters who gave selfless sacrifices to see our Nation free.

Solo Singing Competition Class II


Class II solo singing competition was held on 2nd August in the hall. 10 students from each class participated and gave heartfelt salutations to the nation through the musical mode.

English Week (Class IX-X)

29-July - 2-Aug-2019

To celebrate the English week, an Oration Competition was organised for the students of class IX on August 1, 2019 in the hall of the school premises during the 3rd and 4th period. The topic was 'Women Peace Workers'.

During English Week, English Department organised Debate Competition for Class X on August 1, 2019 in the School Hall. The topic of the debate was taking care of starving people is more important than saving natural resources.

English Week (ClassVI-VIII)

29-July - 2-Aug-2019

Continuing with the Celebration of English week, HCS organised various competitions and activities to enhace Students’ interest for the language.

Class VIII-- A competition named 'Characters Coming Alive' was organised. Students from class VIII enacted on various stories taken from Arabian Nights and Aesop's tales. Dressed up in the characters, the students were a treat to watch. The students took part in huge numbers and the competition turned out to be a great success.

Salad Bowl competition was organised on 29 July, 2019 for class VI.



Career Counselling Workshop conducted by experts from CareerGuide for students of class X and XII on 29 July, 2019. The resource persons were Ms. Surabhi Dewra, Mr. Aditya Sisodia, Ms. Roopali Goyal and Mr. Jai Kataria who educated the students regarding the various career options in humanities, commerce and science. Students also posed many doubts and were also given new age career booklet which explained the various career options in the current trends.

Orientation for parents (Class VI-XII)


Orientations were conducted for parents of children studying in Class VI –XII. Each session catered to the problems faced by children at various levels. School policy was discussed and suggestions for better communication and successful academic session were invited from parents.

MCD workshop


MCD officials conducted a workshop for creating awareness about mosquito bites and the measures to be taken to reduce the spread of various diseases caused by mosquito bites. Pamphlets were distributed by the officials.

Tear and Paste Competition Class 1


Tear and paste competition was organised for the students of Class I. Students used viberant colour combinations to fill their worksheets.

Clay Moulding (Class II)


To improve fine motor skills and dexterity, clay moulding competition was organised by Shanti Squad on 26 July, 2019.Students creatively came up with different ideas and made clay figures of Lord Ganesha, Water kingdom, Jungle scene etc.

Workshop by Alumni For Class XII


A workshop on How to build entrepreneurship beyond classroom? was organised by alumni on 26 July, 2019. The facilitator for the event was Mr. Vanshali, Ex- Naval officer and Mrs. Nancy Juneja, Principal of Shanti Gyan Vidyapeeth School and director of RevUp Lifeskills Unit.

Social Studies Week Class III-V


Special Activities were conducted during the Social Studies Week for classes III,IV and V.

Class III had a collage making activity based on "My India".

Class IV had a talk on "The State I belong to".

Class V had a poster making activity on the topic “Save the planet Earth".

The students were actively involved and showed a lot of interest. They came up with new and innovative ideas.

Yoga Competition (KG)


Yoga Competition was organised for the little Bumble-Bees of Holy Child Sr. Sec. School, Tagore Garden in the month of July. The performance and the commitment witnessed during the event were praiseworthy. The children performed different types of asanas like: Vrikasana, Bhujangasana, Virasana, Tadasana, Navasana, Dhanurasana, etc. The competition ended with the distribution of certificates.

Activities for KG in July


Indoor activities for kids are a fun way to enhance their learning abilities. It boosts creativity among children, they acquire social skills, positive attitude, improves attention span and attain motor skills.
To encourage this, fun and frolic activities for kindergarten students were done in the class where children enjoyed and boost their energy.

Hand Impression KG


Hand Impression activity for Kindergarten students was organised on 24 July, 2019 in order to enhance their fine-motor skills which strengthen their finger and hand muscles. The children dipped their palms in paint and made an impression on paper. The paints used were of pastel paints (non-toxic) of different shades like; red, green, yellow, blue, pink, etc. Children enjoyed this activity and were delighted to see their palm prints on paper.

Social Science Week (Class VI-VIII)


Great enthusiasm was witnessed in the classrooms of Class 6-8 during the Social Science Week.


Class VI - Students came up with unique slogans in the slogan writing competition.

Class VII - Innovative techniques were displayed by Students of Class VII in Brochure making Competition for promoting historical places of their choice.

Class VIII - Class VIII built beautiful models on the topic of Various energy resources.

Social Science Week (Class IX-X)


Students took part in various activities organised under the social science week with full ardour.


Class IX - Students of Class IX took part in painting competition

Class X - A collage making competition was organised for Class X. Topic of this competition was Diversity in India.


Show and Tell Class I


In order to enhance public speaking skill students of Class I took part in Show and Tell activity. This activity was carried out within a span of a week. Each orator described innovative prop. This was a fun filled activity which encouraged children to overcome their stage fear.

Extempore Competition Class IV


On 20 July Extempore competition was conducted in the hall for class IV organised by Preeti squad. Four girls from each section participated in the same. Each participant was given 2 minutes to speak on the topic 'The day I woke up late' and 'The day it rained whole day '. All the participants spoke eloquently and precisely over the topic.

Debate Class V


To enhance oratory skills and confidence debate was organised on 20 July, 2019 for class 5 on the topic- Media bane or boon and Are celebrities a role model?
Students participated will enthusiasm and spoke for and against the topic.Opposing arguments were put forward to argue for opposing viewpoints.

Tell-a-Tale Class II


English Tell-a-tale competition was organised for Class 2 on 12 July, 2019. Students narrated stories of their choice using innovative techniques and props.

Maths week Class VII


On 10 July,2019 Class VII had a Model making Competition as a part of Maths week. The topic was ‘3D model of a city’. In this group activity the students used their creativity in making models with 3D shapes.

Maths week Class VI


On 9 July, 2019 students of Class VI took part in a drawing competition with the topic- Scenery with numbers as a part of the Mathematics week celebrations. It was an individual competition and students took part enthusiastically.

Tell-A-Tale Class1


As a part of ISA initiative an English Tell-a-tale Competition was organised on 12 July,2019. Students from class 1 narrated stories on the topic- ‘The World Festivals’. The little narrators came up with traditional stories related to different festivals celebrated all over the world.

Maths week class 5


The students of Class V drew scenery on A-4 size sheet using geometrical shapes and coloured it as a part of Maths week activity.

Maths week Class 4


As a part of Maths week in Class IV Dodging Table worksheet was given to the students. The students wrote the answers and coloured the worksheet.

Maths week Class 3


Different Maths activities were conducted during the second week of July 2019. The students of Class III made colourful scenery and pictures by pasting cut-outs of different geometrical shapes.

Maths week class 1 and 2


Celebrating Maths week, Class1 and 2 carried out different activities using placards, pencils, colours etc.

Workshop by on Reading skills


A workshop was conducted by Mrs. Ruchi Sengar on 22 May 2019, to enhance the reading skills and integrating four ELT skills in a classroom session. English teachers took part in the workshop with zeal to learn its functionality in classroom environment.

Child Protection Policy


On 21 May, 2019 a training program was conducted on Child Protection policy by Mr. Francis Rebello for creating awareness about Child Abuse and Child protection Policy. The entire faculty and administrative staff actively participated in the Training process.

Workshop on International Education


A workshop on International Education was conducted by experts Mr. Ankit Jain and Rajesh Baral for class XI and XII on 17th May 2019. The session focused on imparting awareness about the steps one should take for studying abroad, understanding about the criteria for admission in top universities of the world, pre-requisites to enter the college of choice and the various examinations involved for applying overseas.

Mother's Day Celebration


To celebrate the eternal bond of a mother with her children, HCS conducted a Lantern Making Competition on 14 May, 2019 as the theme for the event was Chinese Lantern Festival under the British Council ISA Activity. The competition was for one and a half hours. The bond and the teamwork shared by the mothers with their daughters was alluring and delightful. The lanterns made by them were fascinating in their own way which reflected the hard work put in by all the teams. The judges selected the best ones and the trophies along with certificates were given. The mothers really appreciated the event and gave a positive feedback. The event motivated the HCS team to organize more events as this one proved to be efficacious in many ways.

Summer Party For Class 1 and 2


Summer party for classes 1 and 2 was organised on 8 May, 2019 to beat the scorching heat and bring a bout of freshness amongst the little ones.

Workshops By Alumni Members


Alumni members came forward to motivate students of class XI towards self-respect, self-love and setting goals for success in life. The workshops were carried by Shikha Gupta and Ishneet Kaur on 6 May, 2019.

Health and Nutrition Workshop


A health and nutrition Workshop was held for students of classes VII and VIII in the hall on May 6, 2019. A team from DANONE YAKULT had come to talk about the human digestive system to the students and enumerated various facts about good and bad bacteria in the intestines. After an interactive session with the students there was a quiz where a few children won key rings. At the end of the workshop all the students were given samples of yakult bottles.

Poem Enactment


On 4 May, 2019 students of class3 enacted poems as a part of an ISA activity. Students were given the topic: ‘The festival of lights’ from country of their choice out of India, China and USA.

Poster Making and Slogan Writing Competition


Poster making and Slogan Writing Competition was organized on 4 May, 2019 to create awareness about the upcoming elections and the importance of voting

School Feast Day Celebration


Neeti Squad conducted the prayer Assembly on the occasion of the feast day of St. Bartolomea and St. Vincenza. Children also offered prayers throughout the day.

A Walk For Nature


Holy Child School, Tagore Garden celebrated the Earth Day as a part of the British Council ISA Activity. ‘The life we must protect’. T-shirt making competition was organised for classes X-XI on the topic ‘Endangered Species’. The students also participated in a walk to create awareness and to contribute to the cause of conserving Earth and its endangered species.

Commerce Workshop


A workshop on ‘How to ace board examination was conducted by Dr.Vikas Vijay in Holy Child School on 2 May, 2019. In this interactive session, students of class 12 were briefed about various tricks and techniques required to attempt the board Examinations. Regularity and Self-study were emphasized for success in Exams.

Fancy Dress Competition


Fancy Dress Competition for classes 1 and 2 was organized on 30 April, 2019. Class 1 students dressed up on the theme of Nature and food. Where as, the students of Class 2 dressed up as helpers around them.

Meet with School Helpers


On the occasion of Labour’s Day children got the chance of meeting the school helpers. The helpers introduced themselves and showed the instruments they use. Children appreciated the work of watchman, sweeper, gardener, maid, electrician and carpenter.

Labour’s Day


Labour Day is a celebration in the honour of labourers and the working classes. Neeti Squad was the incharge of the cultural programme on Labour’s Day.The programme began by welcoming the supporting staff. Sister Deepika addressed the gathering followed by prayer and distribution of gifts. Students performed a skit, dance and sang a song on the occasion to make our supporting staff feel special.

School Walk For KG


A school walk was organized for kindergarten students on 30.04.19.The tiny toddlers explored their school with keen interest and interacted with senior students and staff. Children were very happy to explore the natural environment which enhanced their progressive thinking.

T-Shirt Making Competition


Holy Child Sr. Sec. School, Tagore Garden celebrated Earth Day as part of the British Council ISA activity ‘The life we must protect’ with a T-Shirt making Competition for Classes 10 and 11. The purpose of the activity was to make the students aware about the endangered species and their duties as an individual to protect the wildlife. The students gained knowledge about endangered species and identified some of the measures to prevent endangered animals becoming extinct.



On April 26 and 27, 2019 Holy child school proudly hosted their second edition of Model United Nation conference. This year’s edition was characterised by the highest academic level, a great enthusiasm and fantastic involvement by the participants. The hardwork of the participants along with the school team perfectly aligned with schools theme “Always more and always better”.

Avril's Odeletta


Holy Child School, organised Avril's Odeletta 2019, a variety of competitions, based on Sustainable Development Goals, on 25 April, 2019 in the school premises. The children from prestigious schools of Delhi showcased their creative skills in movie making, symposium, concevoir and painting competition. Each venue bloomed with amazing ideas and concepts, vibrant templates, teamwork and creativity. Altogether it was an enriching experience for the students as healthy interaction took place and it also enhanced their competitive spirit.

Bible Quiz


Annual Inter School Bible Quiz was held at HCS on 25 April, 2019. Sixteen schools participated in it. The Quiz masters for the day were Pastor Charles Gola and Mrs. Rohini Charles.

Earth Day


Earth Day was celebrated in Holy Child Sr. Secondary School on 24nd April 2019 with a thematic assembly highlighting the topic - “Endangered species” by the students of classes 6th -11th. This was followed by a small skit and dance enumerating the importance of protecting our wildlife. This was followed by the Green Pledge where the Eco-brigades along with the teachers-in-charge, took the oath to keep their surroundings clean, grow more trees, practice zero carbon habit, reduce the paper wastage and implement a total ban on plastic and aluminum foil in the school campus. Various competitions like mask making, bookmark decoration, best out of waste and poster designing were held for students from Class III to VIII on topics related to endangered species.

Educational trip to Police Station and Fire Station


Students of Class 2 went for an educational trip to a Fire Station and a police station on 15 and 16 April, 2019. The educational trip was organised to create awareness amongst children about their neighborhood and their helpers.

English Recitation Competition


Students of Kindergarten took part in English Recitation Competition organised on 23 April and 24 April, 2019 will full enthusiasm and zeal.

Hindi Week was celebrated


Hindi Elocution for Class VI – Students presented their views about their new class and the Swachhata Programme.
Kavi Sammelen for Class VII – Poems with Hasya Ras and Vatsalya Ras were composed and presented by students.
Vaad Vivad for Class VIII – In this debate competition, merits and demerits of Mobiles and Technology and Effects of Films and Fashion were discussed.
Street Play for Class IX – Students presented thought provoking street play on different topics related to Social Issues and Awareness.
JAM – Just A Minute for Class X – Students were told to speak for one minute on the topic given on the spot.



“If you can get people to follow you to the ends of the Earth, you are a great leader.”- Indra Nooyi Investiture Ceremony for both primary and high school provided a platform for motivating student leaders in the making, to shape a brighter tomorrow.

Rangoli Competition


“Colours have a power which directly influence the soul.” Rangoli competition was organized on 6 April, 2019 for the students of Class 5. Students worked in groups to present their artwork