English fest ‘Verbal Voyage’ marks bicentennial celebration of School’s founder
Jamshedpur, Sept 24: Sacred Heart Convent School (SHCS) reverberated with literary enthusiasm as it hosted annual English fest, “Verbal Voyage,” in a fitting tribute to their revered foundress, Mother Veronica, on the occasion of her bicentennial anniversary.
The event served as a testament to the school’s unwavering dedication to promoting English language skills and fostering artistic expression among its student body.
“Verbal Voyage” brought together a dynamic assembly of students, teachers, and parents, uniting them in a day filled with literary prowess and creative excellence.
The event was graced by the presence of Father George SJ, Director of XLRI, as the Chief Guest. Additionally, former teachers and alumni members attended the event to show their support and encouragement to the young talents.
The fest commenced with great enthusiasm as the students of the 12th standard presented a gripping play based on the life of Mother Veronica. The play depicted her remarkable journey, from her early years to the establishment of the Apostolic Carmel Congregation, captivating the audience with powerful performances and a heartfelt tribute to the school’s visionary founder.
Following this poignant tribute, the fest spotlighted the talents of the junior classes through engaging plays. Notably, the performance of “Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves” by the 8th-grade students brought the enchanting world of Arabian Nights to life. With vibrant characters and a thrilling plot, it emerged as a standout highlight of the evening.
Sister Rashmita A.C., who provided able guidance for the Annual English Fest, “Verbal Voyage,” played a pivotal role in its resounding success. The event not only paid homage to the school’s founder, Mother Veronica, but also showcased the exceptional talent and creativity of Sacred Heart Convent School’s students. Sister Rashmita A.C. extended her heartfelt appreciation to the dedicated efforts of the teachers and students, as well as expressed gratitude to the parents for their unwavering support in making the event a grand success.
The day was an immersive experience filled with literary charm, theatrical brilliance, and a celebration of cultural diversity. It left an indelible mark on all who attended, underscoring the school’s steadfast commitment to nurturing the English language and fostering artistic expression.