Pre-primary activity - Fruit and Vegetable Day - August 4,2023
“Learning is not the product of teaching. Learning is the product of the activity of the learner’s.” – John Holt
At Notre Dame Academy, we support practical educational approaches that provide students the chance to experiment with their senses. Our curricular framework views it as essential to incorporate such activities that spark children’s curiosity.
Pre-primary students who participated in fruit and vegetable activities had the chance to use all of their senses in order to fully appreciate nature’s offerings.Additionally, it was enjoyable for these students.
Parent Teacher Meeting - August 5,2023
“ Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents with high expectations.” – Bob Beauprez
The learning process requires participation from parents, instructors, and students at all levels. We make sure that this partnership runs smoothly. The only way to properly perform this work was to be in constant communication. The best time for parents to meet the teachers and learn in-depth details about the academic components of their child’s program is at parent-teacher conferences.
Pre-primary activity - Nightingales - August 11,2023
“ Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” – Plato
A child sings before they can communicate because art is essential to their development. For our little ones, we organized a rhyme recitation and singing competition as part of supporting their effective learning route.
Our kindergarteners actively participated in the event because they saw it as a chance to celebrate and sing their hearts out
Model United Nations - August 11 & 12,2023
Smrti Academy in Bengaluru held a Model UN Conference, in which a select group of students from classes IX to XII took part.Our students performed admirably.As a school, we see it as our responsibility to foster students’ growth in areas other than academics, and we never pass up such possibilities.
Shrutika Garg of Class IX received the award for the Best Position Paper.
Independence Day - August 15,2023
The 76th anniversary of Indian Independence was marked with great fervor at Notre Dame Academy. This day serves as a reminder of the numerous sacrifices made by our freedom warriors in order to free our nation from British rule.
Sr. Sandhya and Chief Guest, Mr. Biju Cyriac, PTA Vice President raised the Indian flag with the highest nationalistic fervor. The patriotic assembly organized by the students of Class X and XII infused the day with its true spirit.
Felicitation of ISC and ICSE 2022-23 toppers - August 15,2023
“Achievers are not born talented but they possess the ‘I can do it’ attitude.”- Gladys Bejani
The top students for the academic year 2022–2023 were honored by Notre Dame Academy with pleasure.
Each student works hard to receive a perfect score, and teachers and management are aware of this.
These gems have the power to elevate the reputation of our university. Our real way of showing our love and support for these students was to congratulate them.
Ashish Paul, received a score of 99%, for the ICSE 2023 exam while Abithal C.B. and Bhadra S. received the highest score on the ISC 2023 exam, with 92%.
Additionally, we recognized the students who received flawless scores in each of their subjects. It was indeed a proud moment for the school.
Inter-school sports tournament - August 16,2023
Sports in particular are highly valued by our educational institution since we seek to shape pupils holistically as well as intellectually. Maintaining our kids’ physical health and fitness is something we place a lot of focus on.
We encourage and help pupils participate in interschool competitions in order to accomplish this goal. The students took part in the sporting event at Bangalore’s Bethany High School. Our Class III girls team won second place for Inter- school Shuttle Relay 4 x 150 mts.
Primary activity - Language Bridge - August 18,2023
“ Learning another language is not only learning different words for the same things, but learning another ways to think about things.”– Flora Lewis
The goal of Language Bridge was to motivate students to become fluent in their second language. We needed students to understand the advantages of learning a second language rather than only using it for academic objectives.
Hindi, Kannada, and French are taught as second languages at our university. Students used this chance to improve their command of these languages. The appropriate teachers selected the top speakers from each grade level.
Senior Annual Sports Meet- August 19,2023
“ Sports teaches you character, it teaches you to play by rules, it teaches you to know what it feels like to win and lose-it teaches you about life” – Billy Jean King
Notre Dame Academy places a high priority on enhancing our students’ mental and physical health. The best exercise for the same is in fact sports. After a season of intensive and laborious practice sessions, we organized our 10th Senior Annual Sports Meet.
Actively participating in the festivities were students in Classes VI through XII. Each student gave their best effort in this wonderful, organized event.
The competition was planned in accordance with long-standing sports traditions, such as the lighting of the torch, which stands for “the light of spirit, knowledge, and life.”
Mrs. Jayavanthi Shyam, a former basketball player, well-known coach, and recipient of the Ekalavya Award, who took part in a wide range of activities and won numerous awards throughout his active sports career, served as our chief guest. She declared our sports meet open and sanctified the torch to mark the inception of a zestful day.
Crazy Craft- August 22,2023
“ Art has the power to transform, to illuminate, to educate, inspire and motivate.”
Our children participated in an art and craft session to develop their creative abilities. We support students’ overall growth, which includes both their academic and creative pursuits.
Each class had a different assignment, and the students enthusiastically participated.
Holy Mass, August 25,2023
“Leave your troubles with the Lord, and he will defend you; he never lets honest men be defeated.”- Psalms 55:22
We make an effort to instil in our children the routine of starting and finishing each day in line with God’s will. The Almighty God’s relationship is given top priority.
This theory serves as the foundation for all of our lectures and exercises. In order to foster a sense of camaraderie among Catholic students, a distinctive liturgy was held. Teachers and students who were grateful and prayed sincerely were present at the spiritual service.