Little Flower School in the news.
“Bagged the 1st runner up trophy in Inter School Football tournament, organised by Tata Motors. ”
“Bagged 6 bronze medals and 1 gold medal @ BHAGWAN BIRSA MUNDA NATIONAL TAEKWONDO CHAMPIONSHIP 2019. ”
“Bagged the 2nd prize @ CBCI NATIONAL QUIZ, NEW DELHI in senior and junior category ”
“Bagged the runners up trophy ”
“Rudraneil Dutta bagged the 2nd prize @ Make Intern organised by Tarapore School.
“The curtains fell on the 72nd Tata Motors Annual Athletic and 42nd Annual Inter School Athletics Meet in the Sumant Moolgaonkar Stadium on 20th January 2019, and celebrations began for the talented team of athletes of Little Flower School as they emerged with a huge haul of medals, to take away the Overall Championship as well as the Champion School Award at the event. The team walked away with 18 gold, 26 silver and 12 bronze, totaling an impressive 56 medals at the meet on 19th & 20th January. Shervin Asher Joseph, Akanksha Smriti Kujur, Adrija Das and Vishal Kumar Mahato won individual championships in their respective categories
It was the effort of all the athletes, their PT Teacher-Mrs.Daisy White and coach-Mr.Chaitan Majhi that brought about these remarkable results. Congratulations to each of the winners!
“On the 12 January 2019 a sprots quiz was organized by MNPS in collaboration with TATA SPORTS ASSOCIATION, “SPARDHA”. LFS was represented by three teams. There was a total of 65 schools that participated in the preliminary round, only 6 teams qualified with one team being LFS(Anmol Singh 8 B and Shreyansh Sakrawal of 9 B).They began with a good start and a lead all the round till the end. They were declared the winners and awarded with a rolling trophy, certificate and a gift.”
“LFS wins Inter School Cricket Championship..
“Tanay and Kashish have secured the fourth position in IIT Kanpur Techkirti.. They got a trophy for coming in the top ten all India..
“Bagged the Overall championship trophy @ ECSTASY 2018 organized by DAV Public School on 31 October 2018…
“Winners of Mathematics quiz CPS…
Bagged the Runners Up Trophy in ASISC regional swimming championship…
Bagged the Overall Championship @ Hunch 2k18 organised by Dayanand Public School.
Ayush from LFS got rank 1 in Prerna talent search examination which is conducted all over Jharkhand and neighbouring states for IIT aspirants.
Little Flower School ICSE 2018.
Little Flower School ISC 2018.
LFS wins Inter School Quiz competition organised by DBMS.
once again LFS declared as winners in quiz competition.
Class 9 student Vibhu Kumari stood second in the National level ASISC drawing competition.
The Second best speaker
Vishnu Gorthi of LFS
at the FRANK ANTHONY NATIONAL DEBATE
Shivam Rai of LFS, captain of ASISC Zonal Volleyball team, Jamshedpur, receiving the trophy of the Regionals on behalf of his team.
CHAMPIONS IN THE INTER-SCHOOL QUIZ ORGANISED BY DBMS.
Receiving an award from Prabhat Khabar.
Shaking hands with the planet mades at the zoo.
LFS students as zoo keepers for a day from 8 am to 5 pm.
Overall winners in the inter school “NATIONAL” Carmel Summit
Overall champion at “HUNCH 2017″ organised by Dayanand Public School
Prayer dance at the ANNUAL PRIZE DISTRIBUTION
ANNUAL PRIZE DISTRIBUTION
Father’s day celebration
Declamation speech,LFS wins
Club Presentation Report
LFS once again won the inter school quiz competition.
LFS is the first school in Jamshedpur to have ROBOTICS club.
LFS felicitates achievers at annual prize distribution function
Little Flower School (LFS) organized annual prize distribution function for Classes VI – X at the school premises on Tuesday.
At the event, school toppers of ICSE and ISC 2016 were also felicitated.
Fr. C. R. Pabhu was present as the chief guest for the function and gave away the prizes to the meritorious students.
The main highlight of the day was felicitation of Y. Ashutosh Bhardwaj, who secured 100 percent in Biology and also cleared the Medical Entrance Examination with 408 rank and has been selected for AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Science), and Danish Imam who secured 2500 rank in JEE Advanced and is selected for IIT.
Ashutosh Bhardwaj received Rs. 10,000 cash from the school for his excellent result.
Mrs. Srivastava Award Fund for highest in Hindi was received by Tanushka Bhattacharya.
She received a Rs 2900 cash award.
Bharti Award for excellence in academics and circular was received by Neha Kumari of Class 10. She received Rs. 877 as cash award.
Steffi Sequiera Memorial Award was presented to Akankshit Hembrom.
Winners at English Language Quiz
With the aim to promote English language and activities related to language, a language quiz was organised for the first time in India at Delhi Public School, Ranchi on December 12.
Barry O’Brien renowned quiz master, educationist and author conducted the event. Around 52 schools from all over Jharkhand participated in the event. All participants were from the classes VI to VIII and each team had three members.
A preliminary written round was conducted at the initial stage from which six teams were selected. Delhi Public School, Ranchi, Little Flower School Jamshedpur, Chinmaya School, Bokaro, JVM Shyamali, Ranchi, St. Francis School and Loreto Convent, Ranchi were the finalists.
The final round had audio as well as visual rounds based on vocabulary, grammar and its usage. Basic grammar questions left the children a little baffled but later on the quizzing acumen of the participants enlivened the proceedings of the day.
Principal of DPS Ranchi, Ram Singh, while addressing the gathering said, “The role of the school was not only to pursue academic excellence but also to motivate and empower children to lifelong learners, critical thinkers and productive members of an ever changing global society.”
Little Flower School Jamshedpur emerged as the winners; Delhi Public School Ranchi secured the second position whereas Chinmaya Vidyalaya Bokaro bagged the third position.
Barry O’Brien encouraged the students and appreciated the role of teachers in students’ life. On the other hand, Sanjeev Kumar while addressing students said, “extra circular activities play a vital role in overall personality development of students. It create ambience for learning too.”
Dr. Ram Singh, Sanjeev Kumar, DGM corporate planning Mecon Limited along with the members of Headword Publications was present on the occasion.
Frank Anthony Memorial Elocution Contest – 2015
Shreya Chatterjee secured the First position in the Junior Category & Harsh Preeti shared the Second position in the Senior Category, in the Frank Anthony Memorial Elocution Contest – 2015 organized by the Anglo Indian Association.
Mothers’ Club formed – September 12, 2015.
Junior Odyssey – 2015
Odyssey 2015 concludes amid fanfare at LFS
Jamshedpur, August 21: The three-day cultural extravaganza Odyssey 2015 organized by Little Flower School concluded amid fanfare on Friday.
The winners in the junior and senior category walked away with prizes. The festival was a defining platform for the students and artists to showcase their skills and develop their potential. The students showcased their technical and cultural talents.
The event is getting bigger and better with every passing year. The third day of the school fest, Odyssey, has always been a formal affair, a day for declaration of results.
Col .K.J.K. Choudhary, Head-Town Administration, Tata Motors Ltd., who inaugurated the event, was present to give away the prizes as well. The day began with a video presentation of memorable moments of Odyssey 2015.
Results of off-stage as well as on-stage events were declared and the winners were overjoyed to receive their prizes.
The Overall Class Championship (Junior Category) was carried away by Class 7A while Class 10B walked away with the Championship in the Senior Category. Rishika Das was the winner of the Individual Championship in the Junior category; and Ritwick Raj and Pratyansh Chauhan were awarded the trophy in the senior level. The Council Members were also felicitated for the excellent job of organizing the event.
After distributing the numerous awards Col .K.J.K. Choudhary congratulated the prize winners and told the participants not to lose heart even if they were unable to secure any position. He also applauded Odyssey for bringing out the hidden talents of the children.
LFS Principal also congratulated the winners and the organizers. Thus, the curtains came down on yet another round of festivities ‘Odyssey 2015’.
It may be noted that the annual fest of Odyssey started in the year 1991 under the watchful guidance of now Vice–Principal of the school Mrs. N Samuel.
For the past 25 years it has been carefully molded by the moderators initially Mrs. Mishra and now Mrs. Chatrath to help it take its present form.
In Avenue Mail : about Odyssey – 2015
LFS students portray their creativity on blackboard
Jamshedpur, August 18: As the finale of Odyssey 2015 is approaching, both participants & spectators are equally excited.
Odyssey is a grand intra-school cultural fest hosted by Little Flower School every year. This year the 3-day event is to start from Wednesday the 19th of August, 2015.
Only the final rounds of the events are put up on stage due to time being a constraint.
However off-stage events like crosswords, calligraphy, creative writing etc. have already been conducted and the winners will be declared on the final day of the event.
The Student Council of the school introduced a new event this year called ‘Let the chalk talk’-an event which allows the students to portray their creativity and art on a familiar canvas, the blackboard.
The topic for the event was ‘Patriotism’ and students unleashed their drawing talents with full gusto and presented classical masterpieces giving the judges a true challenge to determine the winner.
The winner will however be declared during the prize distribution ceremony scheduled to be held on August 21. The students and participants now eagerly await for Odyssey to begin from August 19. The first day of the event will begin with a short inauguration ceremony.
This will be followed by a duet dance. The morning session will be witnessing events like Eastern Vocal Solo, Group Miming, Western Solo Dance & Science Quiz for seniors. The afternoon session will foresee Junior Antakshari, Informals, Grand Quiz, IT quiz and Western Vocal Solo.
The day will end with the Fusionoid event. The events are to competed in two separate categories of Junior & Senior. This would enable digging up new talents. Day-2 will portray a panorama of informal events like Council Solo Band, Eastern Solo Dance, Ramp Walk, Clash of the Bands, Science Quiz and Antakshari.
The later part of the day will stage Instrumental Solo, Grand Quiz, IT Quiz and Choreography. The final day will be primarily for the Prize Distribution Ceremony. After the students take their seats, the third day will display the journey of Odyssey-2015 from its inception.
Then finally, prizes will be distributed to all the winners. On the final day students have been directed to be present in complete school uniform.
In Avenue Mail : about QUANTUM – 2015
Loyola School crowned overall champion of ‘Quantum’ at LFS
Jamshedpur, August 17: ‘They did it again’, students of Loyola School once again proved their mettle at the inter-school competition hosted by Little Flower School (LFS) in Telco on Friday, August 14.
This time it was ‘Quantum’ – Annual Inter-school Science Fest organized by the Science Club of LFS, where 11 schools from the city had participated and performed to much praise. Loyola School was crowned with the Overall Championship Trophy as it was the winner of most of nine events held during the contest.
A variety of Science-related events were held including SCI-FLIX (Video making) were Hill Top School was declared the winner while DBMS was the runner-up. In Express science (extempore) Vidya Bharti Chinmaya Vidyalaya came out first while KPS Kadma was second.
In Science-0-Canvas (poster making) Jamshedpur Public School came out the winner followed by Gulmohar School. Loyola School came first in Scien-Tax (puzzle) while Vidya Bharti Chinmaya Vidyalaya was second. In Web Tech, Hill Top School was first while Vidya Bharti Chinmaya Vidyalaya was second.
Loyola won the Debate contest followed by Vidya Bharti Chinmaya Vidyalaya. In Woven words- Hill Top School was the winner while Loyola came a close second.
In Quiz – Loyola was the winner, Gulmohar second and Hill Top School came third. DDX Differential Diagnosis (event for budding doctors)- Vidya Bharti Chinmaya Vidyalaya was first while Sacred Heart Convent Girls came second.
The event started around 9 in the morning and saw participation of more than 200 students from 11 different city schools. Prize Distribution function was held at 1:00 pm in the Auditorium.
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