For the students, by the students.
From the principal's desk
of the church and the laughter of young children fill our minds and souls with a sense of elation and gaiety. Let us all pray to the Almighty to bless us and give us strength to stand strong in the face of adversities and give us courage to protect our loved ones in both what is foreseen and unseen.
Our theme for the month of December is ‘Winter Fervour.’ Here at Carmel, I’m sure winter has a special place in the hearts of all Carmelites. It’s the time of the year when every single one of us radiates warmth from within and sets out to embark on a journey to achieve greater things. I hope that this edition of our school newsletter becomes your source of comfort this freezing winter.
I wish you all luck. God bless!
As the year 2021 comes to its end, I want to take a moment to reflect onto the many memories it leaves behind. When we entered the new school year in March, I had hoped to once again reunite with you all but that dream did not come true as the second wave came with its terrible upheaval that affected so many of our extended families. We continued to try our best and strove to move forward, embracing the challenges that life threw at us. We welcomed our new cabinet members from class XII who were both determined and focused as they worked from home. And now as students from classes X and XII write their board exams, our best wishes are always with them.As we bid farewell to this second term, we all shall look back to cherish the people in our lives too, to adorn them with love and gratitude and honour their company. This Holiday season, let us celebrate each other. Let the bells
Taking a Trip Down the Memory Lane
With the year 2021 coming to an end after a series of twists and turns and ups and downs, it is finally the time to look back and think of these memories fondly.
When one thinks of the year end, the two most notable landmarks that come to mind are that of Christmas and New Year. These occasions come time and again, and one lives through them without giving these days much thought. However, these days should be viewed as more than just a one-day affair, rather, they should be viewed as a time of tracking the path one has trodden upon from the previous year to the next through letters to their own past selves, making these letters heart-warming, inspirational and beautiful pieces of literature to read.
We hope these thoughts that our own students share with themselves accompanied by their meaningful drawings and scenic photographs make this edition of ‘The Carmelite’ newsletter a readers’ delight.