TEACHERS' DAY CELEBRATION
GREETING THE GURUS WITH GRATITUDE AT QUEENS’ ARENA
‘Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing.’
This impressive message printed on the invitation card, geared up the teachers to look their best on the Teachers’ Day celebration 2022, an event eagerly anticipated by the students. Until then, the day’s itinerary was kept totally under cover by the School Management and Student Council, including participants.Their sole intention was to make the day very special for their Teachers.
THE MARIANS' FEAST (BLUE HOUSE)
THE MARIANS’ CELEBRATION
22nd August marks the Feast Day of Queenship of Mary, Patroness of the Blue House of our School. The same day morning buzzed with busy activities as Teachers and Students representing the House were seen decorating the School Quadrangle to give it a celebrative look.
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
75th AZAADI KA AMRIT MAHOTSAV - INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
The morning drizzle did not dampen the patriotic spirit of Queen of Angels’ Convent School, as the Gujarati Medium geared up to celebrate the solemn occasion of 75th Year of Indian Independence Day on 15th August 2022.
Visit of Provincial Superior
True faith means nothing holding back. It means putting every hope in God’s fidelity to His Promises.
May we welcome Rev. Sr. Mary Lilian with…….
Visit of Sr. Lillian, Provincial Superior, on 10th August 2022
A Grateful Heart is a Magnet for Miracles….
Every year the QACS staff and students, both English and Gujarati medium together, anxiously wait for the month of July, an opportunity to express gratitude for the selfless service of our Reverend Sisters, celebrated as the Management Day or the Feast Day. 15th of this month was a day when the meticulously planned programme was put to action to make the Sisters feel very special.
It all began at 8.30am, when our Sisters were first conferred with badges and then grandly welcomed by the QAC tiny tots holding messages of We Love You, We Respect You, We Admire You and so on. The Sisters were then offered lamps to hold and made to enter the arena, symbolising elimination of darkness and glorifying the occasion. This was a unique way to substitute lighting the lamp ceremony, just for a change.