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Children's Day

Montfortians celebrate Children’s Day as ‘Prize Day’ it is a tribute paid to the children who remind us of their importance in the family, society, country and world.


Date  :14th November 2019 

Venue : Assembly ground.

          On 14th November we had children's day celebration in the assembly ground . The programme started at 9.30 a.m. With a prayer by Mrs. Vijaya Lakshmi followed by the Prayer song by the staff members. Our principal Rev. Bro. Dominic Savio welcomed the gathering and honoured the chief guest Mr and Mrs. Jaya Ratna with a slash and Bro. Kennedy with a floral bouquet. Then our guest of honour Rev. Bro. Wilfred was honoured with a slash and Bro. Sebastian with a bouquet. On behalf of the student community Master Simrith, the SPL and other house captain's and Miss. Aditi, the  head girl and other girl captain's were wished and given floral bouquet by Rev. Bro. Principal. Master Gagan Hosakere from Std 6, who was dressed up like Jawaharlal Nehru delivered a speech on children’s day. Ms. Julie Francis delighted us with a classical performance, Bro. Kennedy, soloist with his warbling performance took us to another world with his thematic song.

     ‘Winning doesn't always mean being first..... Winning means you are doing better than you have ever done before' Chief Guest honoured the budding stars with prizes and certificates. Bro. Kashmir, tenor of our Montfort family was gratifying us with his song which was dedicated to motherhood. A dance performance by Mrs. Veni and group and Mrs. Grace and group were a treat to the eyes. Thought provoking children's day messages were given by Mr. Robert and Mr. Pargunam. Performance of the star students were put up on stage. Entertainment songs were sung by Mr. John William and group. Our chief guest Mr. Jaya Rathna shared his nostalgic moments with the Montfortians. He congratulated the winners and appreciated the participants of various competitions. Mr. Srinivasan, the Hindi pandit delivered the vote of thanks. The program came to an end with a school song.