Red Day celebrated April 2017

To create awareness about colours – Red Day was celebrated atSt. Soldiers Mohali. Toddlers dressed in red were welcomed at the gate by their teachers also attired in red. Class I I-B under the guidance of Ms. Kiratleen put up the morning assembly and apprised the students that red is the symbol of  love, joy, passion and happiness. It is also the colour of danger. Dressed up as strawberries, apples, water melons, carrots, post boxes and roses, they further cleared the concept of the colour Red. They stressed the importance of various fruits and vegetables which are red in colour . Various activities related to the colour were conducted by the  Activity Incharge Ms. Deepa Sood.The little ones sang songs like ‘Red Red Apple’, ‘My Red Balloon’ and ‘Aha Tamatar Bada Majedar’. In their song they sang in praise of the colour which said that all their favourite things including their dress was red.   They relished red Rooh Afza and red food items during break time and went home happily with red tattoos on their faces made by their respective teachers.

Investiture Ceremony Apr-2017

Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. With the power, comes great responsibility. In keeping with the tradition of the school, once again before the commencement of the new academic session 2017-2018, the Investiture Ceremony of SSICS was held on 18th April 2017 in the School Auditorium. The guest of honour was Col Jasbir Singh Cheema, Commanding Officer 3, Punjab Coy Rupnagar.
The newly appointed Head Boy- Savroop Singh, Head Girl- Amanjot Kaur,Dy. Head Boy-Vinayak Gupta, Dy. Head Girl-Aanchal Thapa, Activities Incharge-Ishleen Kaur, Sports Incharge- Arshdeep Singh and Captains of all four houses alongwith the other cabinet members were sworn in by the Principal so as to shoulder their newly assigned responsibilities to the utmost of their ability, integrity and dedication. She appreciated the services rendered by the previous office bearers who did full justice to their posts and urged the new appointees to do their duties with loyalty and told them to honour the trust bestowed on them with full commitment. Later on the new appointees had a meeting with the Principal over a cup of tea and refreshments.

Toddlers Welcomed on First Day (6 April 2017)

Toddlers Welcomed on First Day at St. Soldier Mohali

Li’l ones just out of their mothers’ laps received a warm welcome on their first day at school. Their favourite Cartoon characters like Doremon, Mickey, Spiderman and Batman shook hands with them and lured them to run into the school with sweets and balloons. Attractive tattoos were made on their faces and hands before they went into the arms of their teachers. Nursery Rhymes, Songs and balloon decorations at the gate made the entire ambience lively for the young ones. Headmistress Ms. Amrit Kalsi gave a warm welcome to the newcomers and their parents at the gate.

Graduation Ceremony held at St. Soldier,Mohali 24,March,2017

Change is the way of life and a change for the better is an event to be celebrated. It was a proud moment for the parents, when the young Class -V soldiers of St. Soldier School Mohali, proudly donned their Graduation Gowns and hats. The programme commenced with a rendition of the Welcome Song. The parents and the teachers cheered the students , as they walked on stage and was honoured with their certificates by Chief Guest Maj.Gen. I.P. Singh (Retd.) who is currently the Director of Mai Bhago Armed Forces Preparatory Institute, Mohali.

While congratulating the graduates and their parents, Director  Karandeep 
Singh Brar emphasized on having a stress-free atmosphere and teaching of life skills in school and at home as well. Headmistress Amrit Kalsi welcomed the august gathering and bid adieu to the children wishing them all the best as they took their first step towards greater responsibilities in life. About 128 students of Class V were welcomed into the more challenging phase of their lives and stepped into the Senior School. Principal  Vinender Tiwana  congratulated the graduates and wished them good luck for future.

Rhymes & Recitation Day kick started

St Soldier International Convent School organized the first phase of Rhymes ‘n’ Recitation Day on 16-02-2017 . The students of Classes I & II recited English and Hindi poems with full gusto . The popular classics like the Old Man , Boogie Woogie, This is the world were sung by the tiny tots of the school .
Mrs Inderjeet Kaur , Head of Kindergarten YP S , and Mrs Jaswinder Kang , Ex Principal St Peters took up the onerous task of Judgement.
The judgement was based on Articulation, Pronunciation , Voice Modulation , Props , Entry , Exit and Body Language of the students . The Trophy for the Best Recitation was bagged by the students of Class II C , who recited a famous poem If You Think – based on the theme of Positive attitude and Koshish karne Walon ki haar Nahin Hoti – a legendary poem by Hari Vansh Rai Bachaan . the audience were enthralled by their song – God’s Love .
The Runner’s Trophy was clinched by the students of Class I A – they recited the Poem Frogs at School , and Agar Pedh bhi chalte hote . The audience swayed with the rhyme , ‘If I were a butterfly ‘.
Principal, Mrs Tiwana appreciated the effort made the students and teachers in making this day a success . Director , Sr Karan Singh Brar gave away the Trophies to the winners .

Rhyme Time at St. Soldier Mohali

St Soldier School, Mohali organized Rhyme Time on 28-02-2017 .Toddlers of Play Group, Pre Nursery, Nursery and K.G. sang English and Hindi rhymes with full gusto .Along with the popular classics like the Old Mac Donald , Boogie Woogie, thoughtful songs on Swachch Bharat and Swachch Pathshala  were  sung by the tiny tots . A Qawwali on the relation between the students and teachers by the young ones of K.G.A stole the show. There was a loud round of applause when the two year olds of Play Group made their presence on the stage and recited melodiously with well co-ordinated actions.

 Mrs Jasminder Kaur , Ex Principal G.P.S. Chandigarh, Ms Harwinder Marwah – Proprietor Cookie’s Jar and Ms. Ritu Mittal Elocution teacher of St. John’s School Chandigarh took up the onerous task of  Judgement. The judgement was based on pronunciation , rhythem , melody ,props,  entry , exit and body language of the  students . The   Trophy for the Best Recitation was bagged by the students of Class K.G.A , who sang a Qawwali and enthralled one and all .

The Runner’s Trophy was clinched by the students of Nursery C. They sang the Action song and the Boogie Woogie which made the audience swayed.

 Principal, Mrs Tiwana  appreciated the effort made by the students and teachers  in making this day a success . Director ,  Sr Karan  Singh Brar gave away the Trophies  to the winners .Headmistress Ms. Amrit Kalsi presented the vote of Thanks.

Farewell to Class XII

The students of Class XI of St. Soldier, Mohali held a function to bid farewell to their seniors in the school auditorium. The day was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers to reminisce joyous moments. The students presented a cultural bonanza of songs, dances and games. The highlight of the day was the Bhangra performance, which enthralled the gathering with their rhythmic steps . The stage was set ablaze with the ramp walk by Class XII students.Dilpreet Singh XII-C and Parul Chopra XII-B were declared Mr.Perfect and Ms. Perfect respectively and Seema XII-D was declared Ms Charming and Anmoljeet Singh XII-B was declared Mr. Debonair. The school Head Girl Amanjot Kaur presented a vote of thanks. In the end , Ms.Vinender Tiwana Principal of the school wished all the best to the outgoing students for success and accomplishments in all their future endeavors.

St. Soldier Seeks The Blessings Of God

To seek the blessings of the Almighty for success in the forthcoming Board Exams, Sukhmani Sahib Paath and Langar was organized by the school management at St.Soldier, Mohali. Students of Class XII paid obeisance to the Guru Granth Sahib. A special ardas was done for the success of the students in the exams.

Students, staff as well as parents of the students did the ‘sewa’ at the langar. Hundreds of people had their share of ‘parshada’. As the school is named after the great martyr, ‘Sh. Guru Gobind Singh Ji’, Gurupurab is celebrated every year as an annual event of the school. The paath marks the end of the session.

A Blood Donation Camp was also organized by SSESA (St. Soldier Ex-Student Association ) under the aegis of a team of eminent doctors from the Deptt. of Transfusion Medicine of Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector -32, Chandigarh. The donors were provided with a donor card and felicited with Certificates apart from refreshments and snacks for extending their helping hand and co-operation for this noble cause.

Another Feather in the St Soldier’s Cap

Rachit Dhiman, a student of St Soldier, Mohali bagged bronze Medal in the National Soft Tennis Championship held at Madhya Pradesh on 12th February .
Chandigarh Team bagged the third place while Madhya Pradesh Team bagged the first position and the second place was won by Uttar Pradesh Team.
He is an example of a perfect balance between studies and sports . He has been participating in a number of Inter School , State and Open National Championships for the last 5-6 years . He has participated in 13 th Senior National Soft Tennis Championship held at Atageta , Ahmedabad. He is the recipient of bronze medal in Punjab University Championship

Republic Day celebrated

St. Soldier School reverberated with the patriotic fervor and gusto as the
Management , Staff and zealous students celebrated India’s 68th Republic

The occasion commenced with the hoisting of the National Flag by
Principal Ms. Vinender Tiwana . Every heart was pounding with saffron,
white and green hues.

The students took pride in glorifying and celebrating the spirit of unity. To mark the importance of this day, a special assembly was conducted by the toddlers who conveyed the message of beautifying Mother India with the usage of golden words. The students of  both junior and senior classes delivered motivational speeches brimming with fervent spirit of
nationalism. Class VIII students enlightened everyone by explicitly explaining the Fundamental  Rights . A big round of applause was given to the budding poets of Classes VI and VIII for their poetry recitation, showcasing the vibrant, colourful and diverse culture of the mother land. A parody of patriotic songs by Class V students highlighting the sacrifices of martyrs overwhelmed everyone with emotions .

‘Hum Sab Bhartiya Hain’ – melodious rendition conveyed the spirit of unity in diversity. ‘Jai Ho’ , a fabulous dance performance by the young ones portrayed the confluence of cultures of different states. Inter House Ship Wreck competition , face painting, flag making and slogan writing
competition were also held. A direct telecast of Republic day parade and celebrations from the Rajpath in Delhi was showcased to the students who saw Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan gracing the event and witnessing the cultural and social heritage as well as its defence capability that was put on display during the parade at Rajpath.

The function came to an end with the patriotic words by the
Principal. She reiterated the need to incessantly strive for
maintaining the integrity and peace for the prosperity of the Indian
Republic. The students were made aware about the vital duties of a
good Indian citizen by including scientific temper, safeguarding
public property, conserving the greenery and wildlife of the nation
etc. Sweets were distributed among the children.