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Happy New Year - 2018

Date: 30/12/2017  

Lourdes Convent wishes everyone a very happy and prosperous New Year.


Merry Christmas

Date: 22/12/2017  

Lourdes Family wishes each & everyone 'A Merry Christmas'.



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2nd Assessment

Date: 02/01/2018  

2nd Assessment for the Primary Section starts from 4th January 2018.



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         There are three teachers of children: adults, other children and their physical environment - Loris Malaguzzi. At Lourdes we recognize the significance of the environment as the "third teacher". Careful thought and attention is given to the materials, textures, colours and lighting of our spaces in order to create an inviting and engaging learning environment for our children. We have taken great care to construct aesthetically-pleasing and open environments which lends itself to discovery, feeling of tranquility, authentic learning experiences and the building of close relationships.





Building

 




         Lawns, landscaped gardens and playgrounds surround the buildings, which houses modern classrooms and state-of-the-art laboratories. Green gardens and lush lawns provide a welcoming and stimulating environment for learning. Colour, space and light combine to enhance the rooms, the corridors and the labs. From its firm foundation, the school building reaches step by step to a height of four storeys - a reflection of the school's aspiration to provide a sound base from which students will rise to great heights

Class Rooms

 




         A student of life considers the world a classroom. At Lourdes every classroom is the students' world. The School has 2 buildings with totally 52 classrooms on campus. Every classroom has a public address system, display and writing boards, custom made furniture, multimedia support and smart digital board.

Cultural Hall

 




         The Cultural Hall placed in the Primary School Building witnesses interesting events like leadership day, teachers' day celebrations, science and art & craft exhibitions, seminars, inter house & inter school competitions, farewells and many other note-worthy activities. The hall has a stage with light and latest sound facilities. It also has a projector and multi media support which makes all the activities conducted here exciting and modern.

Garden

 




         Gardens - greening the heart of Education.Lourdes Gardens are beautiful classrooms. The gardens reconnect students with the natural world and the true source of their food and teach them valuable gardening and agricultural concepts and skills that integrate with several subjects, such as maths, science, art, health and physical education and social studies as well as several educational goals, including personal and social responsibility.

Grotto

 




         The Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, devoted to our Mother Mary, is a beacon o f light, love, hope, courage and inspiration for all Lourdians. The candles lit here ignite the light of confidence in our students and they experience the divine love of Mother Mary in the pious ambience created near the Grotto.

Labs

 




         The chemistry, physics and biology labs allow young scientist to foster a spirit of questioning and enquiry to inculcate scientific temprament. Students understand science as a verb not just noun. Students get hands-on learning experiences and experts intervene to help them understand how the natural world functions. Students are able to see the cause and effect relationship between phenomenon.They thereby develop an understanding that nothing is random in nature and how we have employed skills and our understanding of natural principles to achieve ends that improve human life.

Library

 




         A LIBRARY OF THOUGHTS The library is a spring of open minds. At Lourdes it's dynamic - equipped with books, magazines and CDs covering a wide range of subjects. Teachers have a separate research space with computer and internet facilities where they can carry out academic subject research or other related work. The library's mandate is to foster independent, life-long learning through collaboration, providing information and learning resources, instructions and technology. Our vision is to integrate staff, resources and technology seamlessly into a single energy for educational empowerment

Technology Campus

 




         Information and communication technology is an integral part of Lourdes Curriculum. In this age of Computer Technology, an early exposure to the basics of computer, readies the child for future endeavors. The school has a policy of one computer per child and both the computer labs in the school are adequately equipped for the same. Internet connectivity is provided to the students, teachers and staff in the internet enabled zone. Teachers assist children in seeking out information, creating multimedia content, collaborating on project work and presenting the knowledge gathered from multiple resources.

Staff Rooms

 




         The staff room, or teachers' room is the part of the school where teachers come and go between classes and relax in the recess. The teachers sometimes unwind, chat with colleagues or do last minute preparations in this space.We have two well equipped staff rooms in the primary school building and three well furnished staff rooms, one on each floor in the high school building. Our staff rooms are always buzzing with activity, healthy discussions and exchange of ideas

Playgrounds

 




         We Believe in School Playgrounds They are often the first place that children begin to develop social skills and they are the backdrop for fictional and imaginative play. The playground is also where children learn valuable lessons about trust, teamwork, patience and following rules. Moreover, a well-designed playground allows teachers to extend their classroom and physical education activities outdoors for a new perspective and a creative approach to learning.

Art Studio

 




         Art "Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known."-Oscar Wilde One of the objectives of education is to inculcate in children the appreciation of beauty and to help them develop a sense of aesthetics. A lot of emphasis is placed on Fine Arts. The Art Program at Lourdes attempts to aid the children in acquiring knowledge of artistic terms, facts, concepts in drawing and painting, like imagination, creativity, expression, aesthetic sense, organization, observation and interest. Hence, developing perceptual abilities, awareness of colors, shapes, forms, lines, and textures. Children observe these and try to replicate them through art. Art embraces understanding, empathy and above all Self Regulation because Art that require drying require waiting! This is a great lesson for the child to demonstrate self control and patience. We provide our students with maximum opportunities and exposure such as, painting, sketching, water color, poster colors, fabric printing and also conduct workshops for the students to motivate them.

NCC Store Room

 




         N.C.C, A Para military force at school level was started five years ago with 26 cadets. Since then the number of students have increased manyfolds. Students undergo enormous training which have future scope. Camps are organized regularly during the year. Students have attended R.D.A. camp and have participated in R.D.A. parade. They have also won appreciation and awards for march-past at the police parade ground on Independence Day and Republic Day. The best cadet receives an award every year.