Annual Day (Senior)

“Creativity gives rise to the limited out of the unlimited, to the valuable out of the priceless, to the abundance out of nothingness and to the original out of the familiar”.

Annual Day forms an integral part of our school activities. It is not only an occasion for celebration and festivities, but a platform for students to exhibit their creative talent through their performance. The Fourth Annual Day of St Joseph’s Indian Primary School was based on the theme “Harmony” which was celebrated with pomp and splendor on 30 November. The evening began with the invocation of God’s Blessings and the auspicious lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest - Mayor of Bengaluru Sri Sampath Raj, Rector Rev. Fr Leo Pereira, Principal Rev. Fr Sunil Fernandes, Vice Principal Rev. Fr Vincent Pinto, Educational Consultant Ms Sucheta Kalappa and Vice President of the PTA Mr Elisha Andrews. The Chief Guest and Rector addressed the audience and appreciated the Management and Staff of the school for the progressive growth of the school in such a short span of time. The Annual report showcasing the activities, vision and direction of the school was presented by the Principal.

“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent”. The much awaited cultural programme concentrated on spreading love, peace and harmony in and around the world through music and dance. The costumes and visual effects complimented the scintillating dance performances by the students of Class 1 to 8. Students wowed the audience as they sang and danced to music depicting the 7 continents, 7 sister states, 7 musical notes, 7 classical dances and 7 story lines. The finale was a mime on the life of ‘Malala Yousafzai’ that stressed on the importance of education as a tool to bring about peace and harmony in a multi racial, multi lingual, multi religious world. The cultural extravaganza concluded with a fusion of all dance forms, which left an indelible mark in the hearts of the audience. Parents were in awe of the well conceptualized event and were full of praise for the meticulous planning and preparation of the students.