The Live Telecast of Pariksha Pe Charcha was shown to the students of the school wherein Prime Minister Narendra Modi held his second “Pariksha Pe Charcha” on Tuesday in which he interacted with 2,000 students from high school to college, along with their parents and teachers. The event was held at Talkatora Stadium.
Students, teachers and parents interacted with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss exams related issue. He was also talking about the exam stress the students goes through before the board exams.
Talking about depression
PM Modi said, “Students living in hostel can also find some senior or person
with whom they can share their feelings.”
Talking about depression
and homesickness developing among the students moving to another city or hostel
for higher studies he said, “Try to connect your child with someone who can
help their child in time of crisis or need. A get-together once in a weekend
will also help.
Lohri was celebrated
with great enthusiasm at St.Soldier, Mohali. Chairman Mr. Karnail Singh Brar
lit the bonfire and students of classes III-B and IX -C under the guidance of
Ms.Maninder Kaur and Ms. Gitanjli respectively presented the skit
showcasing the Robinhood of Punjab Dulha Bhatiwala and the marriage of Sundri
and Mundri followed by bhangra and giddha which mesmerised one and all.
Lohri goodies ( Revri, Moongfali and Popcorns) were distributed to all the
students and Staff members of the school amidst students singing “Sunder
The great festival was
celebrated in a special way by the Samaritans of the school.A group of students
from the NSS and Interact Club alongwith their Incharges Ms.Manjeet Rai
and Mr. Sachin Chandel distributed Lohri goodies to the slum area children of
Chuhar Majra village ,which has been adopted by the school.
Plogging Activity by students of St. Soldier Mohali
Students of St. Soldier Mohali carried out an environmentally
conscious activity in the market area of Phase-VII, Mohali and its
vicinity. Picking up strewn garbage while jogging made the plogggers of Classes
VII and VIII not only elated but also filled them with pride for doing some
good to planet Earth. More than 40 students took off through the market area in
gloves and holding their garbage bags competing and vying to be the first to
grab each piece of garbage which included plastic bottles, tattered pieces of
clothes, bits of newspapers etc. This activity was undertaken under the aegis
of Ms. Manseerat Kaur, Ms. Sumedha and Ms. Harpreet Kaur during their Life
Skill classes. In a duration of 30 minutes run, the volunteers filled up four
to five trash bags. Before sending them off the ploggers were made aware of
right posture especially not to bend their backs and be sure that they should
alternating the garbage bag from the right hand to the left hand and vice versa
without straining their neck. The school has made this endeavour to be a weekly
Fit India Ambassadors of Kindergarten Section of St. Soldier
School Mohali put up an excellent fitness fiesta titled ‘Fit India 2019’.
significance of physical activity and fitness, the school has incorporated
‘Fitness Strikers Programme’ in the curriculum of junior school. The
extravaganza was showcased in two phases. The first one was organized by the
students of Classes I and II and the second one was by the little ones from
Play Group, Pre Nurseries and KGs. The toddlers from Play Group and Pre
Nurseries enthralled the audience with their graceful moves as they jumped,
crawled, walked in straight and zig-zag manners.The well co-ordinated activity
of Young Yogis and Yoginis from KGs motivated all present to embrace Yoga as
the panacea for a fit and disease free life. The message – victory of construction
over destruction was aptly delivered through the didactic game of ‘Builders and
Bulldozers’ presented by the little ones.The awesome activity and a fun drill
using hula hoops by the little ones of Nurseries garnered a lot of applause by
one and all. Their cute presentation through ‘Chicken Dance ‘ brought a smile
on every face.
The munchkins of Class I with their Ribbon Dance, Hula Hoops and
aerobics gave an electrifying performance. Not only the students of Class II
took the audience on an exhilarating and colourful parachute ride but they also
exhibited perfect co-ordination through skating.
The highlight of the show was the spectacular display of
Calisthenics showcased by Ishabir, the pride of Punjab as well as St.
Soldier’s. She has been declared as the 2nd Best Gymnast of
Punjab. Principal Anjli Sharma applauded the efforts of the young ones
for exhibiting high levels of concentration, discipline and hardwork under the
dedicated guidance of their teachers. Director Karandeep Singh Brar, congratulated
the students and the teachers for putting up such a fantabulous show.
Class VI students of St. Soldier School Mohali visited Chuhar Majra the village that has been adopted by the school. As a part of the curriculum, they interacted with the Sarpanch Jasbir Singh and the panches. They were mesmerised by the women empowerment in the village .Two of women Ms. Manjeet Kaur and Ms. Sarabjeet Kaur are the Panches. As per the Shagun Scheme launched by the government Rs.15000 is given on every girl’s marriage. Young women are employed in the Aganwadi established for grooming toddlers. The development is good with sufficient borewells and sewrage pipes laid in the entire village which has a population of above 1000 people. The teachers who accompanied the students were Ms. Manjeet Rai Sharma , Ms. Ravinder Kaur and Ms J.P. Kaur.
To commemorate the 550 Birth celebration of Guru Nanak Dev ji, a
grand multimedia light and sound show ‘Satguru Nanak Pargatya’ was showcased at
St. Soldier Int. School, Mohali. It was a mesmerizing presentation on the life
and philosophy of Guru Nanak by the students of Classes III to V. A humble and
befitting tribute was paid to the first guru, disseminating his messages and
teachings including ‘Work Hard, Chant God’s name and share the earnings’,
strengthening the ethos of unity, peace, brotherhood, women empowerment,
compassion and environment conservation.
The students through anecdotes from his life apprised the
spectators about Guru’s initiative to eradicate social inequalities, hollow
rituals and superstitions from the social fabric to make it progressive and a
healthy one . Various sakhis were incorporated to reveal how the Guru made
people understand to refrain from blindly following religious myths and beliefs
in the reality, that God is omnipresent and omniscient. Colourful visual
presentation, school choir’s soulful rendition of the Guru’s Shabads and
verses, lively and vibrant enactment filled the school auditorium with
divinity. The highlight of the show was the arti which came as a surprised at
the end of the show with the participants holding lamps illuminated the
auditorium. Earlier on 9th Nov. celebration of the occasion had started with an
exhibition on the Guru’s life and teachings. The management appreciated the
effort made by the students and teachers to celebrate this great day and said
that we need to follow the teachings preached by the great saint and scholar.
The 130th Birth
Anniversary of our First Prime Minister, Late Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru was
celebrated at St.Soldier’s Mohali with much fanfare. The Head Boy for
the day was Mr. Manish Parmar (Computer Teacher) and the Head Girl was
Ms.Anandita ( PGT Physics) .The morning assembly began with
the announcement of Ulta-Pulta News by the Senior Secondary teachers
and Thought for the Day by Ms.Yogita (PGT Commerce ) and Ms
Avleen (PGT Psychology).The Pre Primary teachers presented a song while
teachers of Classes IV and V mesmerized the children with a hilarious hindi
kavita on the activities of children. The highlight of the day was
the skit presented by the senior teachers which created peels of laughter. A
fabulous dance performance on the beat of a song from Baahubali by Ms. Nisha
Gugnani thrilled the excited young minds.
The best presenters of the exhibition held recently on the Teachings of Guru
Nanak were felicitated.
In her speech
Principal Ms. Anjli Sharma greeted the students and stressed upon the need
of being physically and mentally fit, being kind and patient to parents
and spending quality time with them whenever possible. A quiz on Pt. Jawahar
Lal Nehru was conducted. Later the children had class parties and
enjoyed cookies arranged by the Management.
Toddlers of Play Group to K.G.were taken for a picnic to the Nature Park,
Mohali while the students of Classes I & II were taken to Chhatt Bir Zoo.
Chairman Mr. Karnail Singh Brar congratulated the children and
applauded the effort of teachers to enthrall their students.
To celebrate the auspicious occasion of Guru Nanak Dev ji’s 550th Birth
Anniversary students of St. Soldier, Mohali organized an exhibition.
Heart and soul were put in by students of different classes on
the different themes allotted to them. Class VI showcased the three principles
of Guru Nanak –Kirat Karo, Naam Japo and Vand Shako. Class VII threw light upon
the status given to women in Sikhism while Class VIII taught people about secularism.
Class IX enlightened the people about the façade of superstitions.
The model of Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara prepared by Class IX
students was the highlight of the exhibition.
The exhibition began by offering Ardas to the almighty followed
by Shabads of Guru Nanak by the students of the senior and junior wings which
were appreciated by one and all.
Chief guest Rtn. Mr. Sukhpreet Singh Giani ,former President of
Rotary Club Mohali applauded the effort put in by the students for their
research and creative display of information.
Diwali was celebrated with great enthusiasm at St. Soldier Int.
Convent School, Mohali. In the morning assembly students of Class IV-C under
the guidance of Ms. Poonam Saini enacted the scenes of Ramayana in the form of
a musical show. In beautiful costumes and jewelry life story of Lord Rama and
his famous victory over the evil Ravana was presented. Later, his homecoming
with his beloved wife was shown through lighting of diyas. The activity
concluded with a beautiful song on Diwali by the students. Director S.
Karandeep Singh Brar applauded the effort of the students and teachers.
Bulletin Boards were beautifully decorated on the theme Diwali. Toddlers
coloured diyas and candles and made greeting cards to be taken home.
Inter School Robotics Competition held at
St. Soldier School Mohali
St. Sodier Int. Convent School, Mohali hosted
an Inter School Robotics Competition-IRONBOT 2019 on
19th Oct, 2019. The event which aimed at bringing awareness
among students about the latest technology regarding school level
robotics and their applications saw the young minds visualizing , thinking,
managing and solving problems related specifically to the field of Robotics
Engineering and Science. There were in all four events for two categories- Lego
Robots Category and Open Category. More than 48 participants from 10 different
schools of the Tricity enthusiastically exhibited their skills as they
vied against each other to clinch the top positions in the various
segments viz. Robo Race, Tug of War, Robo Fight .
The athletic power and brawn of Robos were showcased through the
events of Robo Fight, Robo Race and Tug of War.