Interact is a service Club for youth who want to connect with others in their community or school.
Interact Club members have fun while carrying out service projects and learning about the
community. Along the way, Interactors develop their leadership skills and initiative while meeting
The Club organises two service projects in a year - one that benefits their community (a blood donation camp) and the other that encourages selfless service (paper drive). Apart from these, there are various other activities organized throughout the academic session, in an effort to reach the goals of the Club.
While the Club receives guidance from the Rotary Club, it governs and supports itself.
The goals of Interact Club are:
- To recognise and develop constructive leadership and personal integrity.
- To encourage and practice thoughtfulness of and helpfulness to others.
- To create an awareness of the importance of home and family.
- To build respect for the rights of others, based on recognition of the worth of each individual.
- To emphasize acceptance of individual responsibility as the basis of personal success, community improvement and group achievement.
- To develop life skills including self development, time management and personal finances.
- To recognise the dignity and value of all useful occupations as opportunities to serve society.
- To provide opportunities for gaining increased knowledge and understanding of community, national and world affairs.
- To open avenues of personal and group action leading to the advancement of international understanding and goodwill towards all people.
To help the students to become socially conscious about their fellow beings.
To make students self-reliant and to enable them to contribute their potential for the betterment of the society either directly or through a participatory process in collaboration with other.
The goals of JYOTI are:
- To participate in inter-school cultural competitions.
- To arrange fund for project school.
- To participate in workshops on current problems of society.
The club will be committed towards raising social awareness regarding environmental issues and changing student’s attitude towards the environment by enlisting their active participation in club’s activities.
The objectives of Environment Club are:
- To create awareness among the students to Rethink, Refuse, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
- To inculcate proper attitude about environment and its conservation through action-based programmes.
- To create awareness among the students to reduce the use of plastic in the community.
- To increase student awareness about environmental issues and give them power to bring about a positive change for the betterment of the society.
Blaze, the annual inter-school event was organized on 18th August 2023 by SDSM School for Excellence, Jamshedpur.
The event was based on the theme “Oneness with nature”. (Our responsibility towards Mother Earth)
This inter school event allowed the students to gain a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness between humans and the natural world while pestering a sense of responsibility towards preserving and protecting our environment.
The students of Sacred Heart Convent School participated in all the events and bagged a trophy for it.
The events were:
1) Umbrella Painting
2) Mandala Art
3) Paper Quilling
4) Group Dance
5) Group Song
6) Character Enactment
7) Model Making
8) Fashion Show
9) Mime Act
10) Just a minute
TOPIC: i) Environment should be covered in construction planning.
ii) Evolution and development have changed nature.
Our students secured second position in Mandala Art.
INDIA ENVIRONMENT MEET 2023
Date: September 2, 2023
Venue: Kudy Mohanty Auditorium, Jamshedpur
Total No. of students participated: 21
Presented by: Tata Steel in association with Millennium Institute of Energy & Environment Management
The programme was aimed at enhancing the environmental awareness among the younger generation in India and to develop their scientific mind set to look into possible socio – economic or technological solutions to the various environmental issues affecting our local, national or global ecological balance. The events were open to all schools offering studies based at Tatanagar (Class IX to XII).
The students of our school had participated in the following events: -
1. POSTER DISPLAY: Topic was related to socio – economic issue of concern which is a consequence of rapid industrialisation or urbanization leading to a polluted environment.
2. ESSAY WRITING: The topic was related to the environmental issues related to deforestations, global warming consequences, depletion of water bodies and green covers in urban locations, social issues in implementing the drive for Swacch Bharat.
3. DEBATE: Topics were related to: Industrialization – Destruction of Natural resources OR Urbanization at the cost of destroying rural economy, lifestyle and environment OR Scientists & Technologists – their role in resolving environmental issues.
4. EXTEMPORE: Topic was related to any contemporary socio – economic or environmental issue concerning the local / national / global society.
5. QUIZ: Questions were based on the scientific, historical and social perspectives of India.
6. SKIT: Theme – Zimmedar Nagrik
Our students secured –
First position in ESSAY WRITING
First position in EXTEMPORE
First position in QUIZ
The students of our school were also one of the top 3 finalists out of 18 teams in SKIT.
Our students also won the Overall Championship Trophy.
Date: 12th September, 2023
Organized by: J. H. TARAPORE SCHOOL’S Inter School Event
It was an enthralling journey of creativity, courage and conquest. Zest brought us an opportunity to showcase our creative versatility, daunting spirit and knowledge.
OUTWIT | OUTPLAY | OUTLAST
The students of our school participated in the following events:
1) COCO ARTISTRY: - (VI – VIII)
Craft using coconut shell
This event invited artisans to showcase their innovative crafts and to create their own masterpieces using sustainable material. THEME: Best Out of Waste
2) RUKAWAT KE LIYE KHED HAI: - (VI – VIII)
Conquer the course, embrace the challenge.
It was an event where each team had to outdo the other teams by crossing the hurdles.
3) PALLETTE OPULENCE: - (IX – XII)
Brushstrokes of imagination, masterpieces unveiled.
It was an exhilarating event that gathered talented artists to compete in a timed canvas painting challenge. THEME: Modern Indian Art
4) MANGA MADNESS: - (IX – XII)
Storyboarding using Manga Art
Flaunt the trailblazing prowess of the artists in you.
It was an exciting competition that brought together manga enthusiasts and artists to showcase their storytelling skills through storyboard creation. THEME: Chronicles of the Mystic Scholars
5) (IX – XII)
Storytelling, with the help of Kathputli.
6) CONQUER THE PODIUM: - (IX – XII)
TOPIC: Digital Age is changing the way we view Art. A thrilling competition where eloquent speakers and critical thinkers engaged in thought provoking debates.
7) CANOPY ENCAMPMENT: - (IX – XII)
“Creating shelters, crafting adventures” The team had to complete tent making and cooking without fire.
8) QUESTIONNAIRE: - (IX – XII)
To comprehend, you have to scrutinize. To triumph, you have to strive.
THEME: Quiz on Art, Adventure, Sports and Literature
Our students secured: -
Second position in COCO ARTISTRY
Second position in CANOPY ENCAMPMENT
On September 15th,2023 , an inter school event was organised for the kindergarten students. The objective of the event was to create awareness about the environmnent. Tr Mamteshwari, along with five students of L.Kg participated in the event. Many small activities and games were involved which taught the young generation the need to save the environment. Some of the events were painting with the help of a leaf, planting seeds, balancing the ball, creating a globe out of clay, etc. Inspired by the Chipkoo movement, the tiny toddlers learnt the need for saving trees by hugging the trees. The event revolved around the line “Small Hands Can Change The World”
Overall it was a very overwhelming experience for the kindergarten students as they learnt about “Their Home, Their Planet-Earth”.
Economics and Commerce Club at Sacred Heart Convent School aims at inculcating and nurturing entrepreneurial skills among the burgeoning business leaders. This club gives a platform to the budding future of business tycoons and to develop business acumen and organizational skills amongst the students.
The objectives of Eco-Commerce Club are:
- To prepare the students to confront the practical challenges of the business sector.
- To teach the students how to plan, organize and manage events and finances.
- To build a healthy environment for the members to freely acknowledge and present their views regarding socio-economic and commercial perspective.
RYLA 2023 was organized by KPS, Kadma on 17th and 18th June. Jigyasa Sharma, Nandini Singh, Tanisha
Mitra went for this event. Our school won the award for the most-interactive school.
Carmel Summit 2023was conducted by Carmel Junior College, Jamshedpur on 4 th and 5 th August 2023.
The Safe Club was created with the aim of spreading awareness and promoting the importance and criticality of safety in all walks of life, especially with relevance to Road Safety, Drug Abuse and Safety Norms in the day-to-day life.
- To instill a sense of responsibility in the students regarding safety.
- To share tools, resources and data with every parent and teacher to increase awareness for the safety of children.
To create awareness about the importance of acquiring all round knowledge.
- To develop the skills of logical analysis.
- To carefully select and methodically train the talented young minds of our school so that they can evolve as quizzers.
- To motivate the members to tap into their knowledge of the world and actively participate in various quizzes.
To instill confidence in students to communicate fluently in English through written and oral medium.
- Giving a boost to students’ literary talents.
- To inculcate reading habits.
- To improve vocabulary and communication skills.
ASISC Declamation - Zonal
The Association of Schools for the Indian School Certificate (ASISC) organized a Declamation competition on April 29, 2023, at Gulmohar School. Shinjini Majumdar of our school participated for the Senior Category, while Pragya Singh and Prasheeta participated in the junior category. The event served as a platform for participants to showcase their persuasive skills and engage in thoughtful discourse.
ASISC Creative Writing - Zonal
The ASISC Zonal Creative Writing Competition - 2023 was organized by ADLS Sunshine School, Kadma, Jamshedpur. Students Annika Singh from the 12th grade and Anushka Mishra of the 9th grade represented the school in the Senior and Junior Categories respectively. The topics were given on the spot for both the categories with a preparation time of half an hour.
They were provided with an hour to pen down their compositions. During this time, they let their imaginations run free, having fun throughout the process, while also trying to give out their best work.
Albert Barrow Creative Writing:
The Albert Barrow Memorial Creative Writing Competition - 2023 was organized by KSMS, Golmuri, Jamshedpur. Anuva Mandal of 9th grade and Aishwarya Singh from the 12th grade, represented the school in Junior and Senior Categories respectively. The topics were given on the spot for both the categories with a preparation time of an hour.
FRANK ANTHONY MEMORIAL DEBATE:
Frank Anthony Memorial All India Inter-School Debate Competition organized by Gulmohur High School, Telco, for the students of classes XI and XII from the East Zone, on Monday, July 10, 2023. Shinjini Majumdaar and Aishwarya Singh participated in the same, in the Senior Category while Shambhavi Tiwary and Avika Pandey participated in the Junior Category.
Shinjini Majumdar of Sacred Heart Convent School was declared the best speaker in the stage I- category of the The team from Sacred Heart Convent School was adjudged the ‘Best Team’ at the competition.
ALBERT BARROW CREATIVE WRITING:
The Albert Barrow Memorial Creative Writing Competition - 2023 was organized by KSMS, Golmuri, Jamshedpur. Students Anuva Mandal of 9th grade and Aishwarya Singh from the 12th grade, represented the school in Junior and Senior Categories respectively. The topics were given on the spot for both the categories with a preparation time of an hour.
They were provided with an hour to pen down their creative compositions. During this time, they let their imaginations run free, having fun throughout the process, while also trying to give out their best work. Whatever the result may be, we are proud of our students and are glad to have given them such exposure.
CISCE ZONAL DEBATE:
CISCE Zonal debate competition was organized by S.S Academy, Baliguma on 12th august, 2023. More than 20 schools had participated,Shambhavi Tiwari and Avika Pandey participated in the Junior Category while Arushi Sinha and Aishi Singh participated in the Senior Category. The topic for the Junior Category was “Kindness is more important than truthfulness” and the topic for the Senior Category was “Students who get good grades in school are more successful in life." Shambhavi Tiwari was adjudged as the best speaker in the Junior Category, Aishi Singh was adjudged the best speaker in the Senior Category. Aishi Singh and Arushi Sinha were also declared as the 'Best Team' in the Senior Category and have qualified for the regional round.
The English Club of Sacred Heart Convent school successfully organized the Annual English Elocution on the 21st of August, 2023. The event was anchored by the English Ministers, Ishanvi Singh and Aadya Thakur. The students of High School engaged in a plethora of events. Mrs. Ratnabali Sen Gupta and Mrs. Jayashree Sharma were in attendance as the judges for the occasion.
The competition was in the form of a Poem for classes 6th and 9th, Declamation for class 7th and 8th, a thrilling Turncoat Debate for class 10th, Speeches by renowned personalities for class 11th and an engaging Group Discussion by class 12th.
The participants were judged on the relevance of their performance, oratory skill, stage presence and confidence. The ceremony was closed with the prize distribution along with the valuable feedback of the judges.
ENGLISH FEST - 'VERBAL VOYAGE':
The hallowed halls of Sacred Heart Convent School came alive with literary fervor as the school celebrated its Annual English Fest, aptly named "Verbal Voyage," to honor the bicentennial anniversary of their revered foundress, Mother Veronica, on the 22nd and 23rd of September, 2023. The event was a testament to the school's commitment to promoting English language skills and artistic expression among its students.
It brought together students, teachers, and parents in a day filled with enthusiasm and literary excellence.
Reverend Father George SJ, Director of XLRI was present as the Chief Guest while some Ex-Teachers - Members of Alumni were also present to encourage the young actors.
The fest commenced with great enthusiasm as the senior students of the 12th standard presented a gripping play based on the life of Mother Veronica. Following this poignant tribute to Mother Veronica, the fest showcased the talent of the junior classes with delightful plays.
On Day 1, classes 11th, 10th and 8th performed the wonderful plays "La La Land", " Namesake" and "Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves" respectively. Similarly on Day 2, classes 6th, 7th and 9th brought to life the stories of "Malgudi Days", "Tenali Rama" and the famous novel "Little women" respectively.
In conclusion, the Annual English Fest, Verbal Voyage, was a resounding success, paying homage to the school's founder, Mother Veronica, and showcasing the remarkable talent and creativity of Sacred Heart Convent School's students. They were two days filled with literary charm, theatrical brilliance, and cultural diversity that left an indelible mark on all who attended. The school's commitment to nurturing the English language and fostering artistic expression was truly evident in this grand celebration.
ASISC REGIONALS DECLAMATION:
The Association of Schools for the Indian School Certificate (ASISC) organized the Regionals round of Declamation competition on the 29th of September, 2023. Prasheeta Saavarna of class 8, who had qualified for this round with her exuberant performance in the Sub-Junior Category of the Zonals round, secured the first position in this Regional round of the ASISC Declamation as well. She has now qualified for the National level and raised the banner of Sacred Heart high.
To enhance confidence in students and inculcate appreciation for Hindi as an important language of the country.
The objectives of Hindi Club are:
- To improve Hindi vocabulary and communication skills.
- To enrich the knowledge of Literature amongst students.
Mathematics Club of Sacred Heart Convent School is dedicated to extra-curricular mathematical activities to develop positive attitude and interest in Mathematics and its practical application in life.
Objectives of Mathematics Club are:
- To pave the way for complete visualization and comprehension of mathematical concepts.
- To provide the students with opportunities to develop their explorative, creative, inventive faculties.
- To provide an informal and social atmosphere for a free exchange of mathematical ideas.
The main objective of Science Club of Sacred Heart Convent School is to provide proper incentive and inspiration for the pursuit of scientific knowledge by broadening the scientific outlook of the students.
It provides opportunities for bringing the students close to the society by understanding the contribution of science in their life.
It develops among the students the spirit and attitude of a healthy competition and helps them in the development of the constructive, explorative and inventive interests for science.
The club organises science exhibition to create a keen interest for the development of psychometer skills through the models displayed. It also organizes inter-school science debates and science quizzes, in order to have a clear concept about scientific studies.
President Barack Obama rightly said – “Don’t just play on your phone, Program it”.
Computer club is the perfect opportunity to turn students who are just technology consumers, into the next generation of software engineers. When it comes to the young learners, they are taught how to work with Tux Paint, MS Paint, Word Pad, MS Word and MS Excel effectively and creatively to enhance their knowledge, whereas in higher classes, the students understand how to write programs in JAVA and C++. Regular practical classes and computer quizzes are conducted between squads to develop the interest among the students and make them realize how amazing a computer is! The club is divided into two teams- Photography and Technical. Photography is an art in itself. The learners are taught those small simple procedures- the angle of camera, its position, different modes, filters and much more. Live streaming is loved by this generation. The computer club members are incharge of live streaming of various school events. Besides, the students also learn video editing and video compilation in a more realistic manner.