M'luru: St Agnes Higher Primary school, PU College organise day-long summer camp

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Mangaluru, Apr 19: St Agnes Higher Primary school in collaboration with St Agnes PU College organised a day-long summer camp for class 6 Kannada medium students. Students of Stella Mary’s Higher Primary School, Kotekar, St Anns Higher Primary School, Pandeshwar, Vidhya Jyothi Higher Primary School, Kavoor and St Agnes Higher Primary School were the part of this programme.

The programme began with a prayer song led by the students of St Agnes Higher Primary School followed by the welcoming of the dignitaries on the dais. The camp was inaugurated in a distinctive way through the chemical reactions. The vivid colours enthralled the enthusiastic kids.

Sr Lydia AC, joint secretary of St Agnes Institutions was the chief guest of the programme speaking on the occasion she emphasised on being a leader at all the situations of life by cultivating the qualities of discipline.

The first part of the day was ice-breaking session by Sr Janet Sequeira, the vice principal of St Agnes PU College, followed by the session on leadership training by Shailaja, faculty of St Agnes PU College. Post lunch, dance session by Apoorva, faculty of St Agnes PU college and was followed by kite making session by Dr Tressie Menezes, faculty of St Agnes PU College.

Sr Josna AC, headmistress of St Agnes higher primary school proposed the vote of thanks. With flying of the kite, the camp came to an end.




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