A session in Disaster Management was held in the middle school auditorium on 2nd Sep 2016. It was attended by the teachers of senior, middle, junior school and Principal Br. Miranda.
Mrs. Manju Rawat on behalf of the DM team gave a presentation on how to safeguard our students against Earthquake and Fire.
Br Miranda gave a brief introduction to the need of DM in the beginning which was followed by the presentation. After a brief introduction to Disaster Management and types of disasters, Earthquake and Fire management was discussed in detail.
It included evacuation drills, evacuation plans for each floor and evacuation during exam time.
With regard to fire, the need of fire safety in schools, causes of fire and steps in evacuation process was told.
In the end the presentation came to an end with a brief open forum in which some questions were answered.
Title : Independence Day Celebration (2016 - 2017)
August 15th - Independence Day
Venue : Senior School Ground
The show started by an introduction by the class 12th boys about Independence Day and its significance. It was followed by a patriotic poem written by a senior school boy. Then a speech was delivered which infused the feelings of nationalism in the students.
The National Anthem was sung by all students of junior, Middle and Senior wings.
The junior school portrayed many freedom fighters and how we triumphed and achieved Independence from the British.
Everybody enjoyed the patriotic numbers sung by the Senior school band.
Then came the Finale dance, it showcased the boys dancing to Bollywood hits like 'INDIAWAALE', 'CHUNARIYA' and 'VANDE MATARAM'. The audience got on their feet to cheer for the boys. The show ended by Br. Miranda addressing the school followed by the School Anthem.
St. Columba's School, Ashok Place, New Delhi, held its Platinum Jubilee celebrations, a Docu-operetta, to commemorate the commencement of the 125 years marking the coming of Edmund Rice, the Founder of the School, and the early Christian Brothers to India as educators par excellence. This musical extravaganza was held for four days, from 15th to 18th December, in the School's Edmund Rice Hall (ERH), in a spectacular amalgamation of songs, dances, visuals and enactments, enthralling the audience in all its regalia.
The entire programme was executed under the very able guidance and directorship of Mrs. Patricia Ann Beddoe and Rev. Brother M.R. Beddoe, the Principal, along with the concerted efforts of 1200 students and teachers.