Never ever had we imagined that a day will come when we would celebrate special days without a gathering at our quadrangle ground and stage performances, especially with our Sisters, teachers, students and friends, thus facing everything that we never expected to happen during this pandemic period.
But thanks to the technology, QACS has moved towards virtual media and celebrating in quarantine through work from home arrangements. Yes, a way to coordinate and make every jubilation a memorable one.
SISTERS’ DAY CELEBRATION
The drizzly morning of 16th July, poured our dear Sisters with surprise and overwhelming sentiments when a short video commemorating the Feast Day Celebration was posted online. It was meticulously planned and implemented by our QACS staff (Gujarati and English Medium) from their own homes. The programme began with invocation of God’s blessings through prayer service and dance. Later, a brief introduction of the day was given, followed by a sway and twirl by our loving teachers. The joy was wrapped with a bubbly song wishing all our beloved Sisters, ‘A very happy feast’. Truly, an amazing day!
International Yoga Day is an event celebrated throughout the world every year on June 21 since its dawning in 2015. The day, despite falling on a Sunday, kept our children on high pedestal, as they shared their photos in various yoga postures from home. Teachers too, added their contribution to discover the sense of oneness within them, the world and the nature.
Keeping the fervour of patriotism high, the early bright day of 15 August marked an online celebration of Independence Day for our students throughashort video posted in class groups. It began withhoisting of Indian flag followed by National Anthem.Later, divine blessings were sought through various religiousprayers. To symbolise the solemnity, brief speech and poems were delivered in Hindi by our teachers emphasising on the dawn of a new beginning era in our Indian history.An introduction was also given on the Feast Day of the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, which is observed on this day. A day to grace and glorify!