The Sub-Junior Council Football Tournament was organized from September 27 to October3, 2019. CBS boys made a mark in the league matches and progressed to the quarter finals. The leagues were a nail biting trio match series with various schools playing against CBS like St. Tara Academy, 1-1 (draw); Carman School, Dalanwala, 6-0 (CBS won); Summer Valley School, 1-0 (CBS won). In the quarter final CBS could make up to a score of 1-3 against St. Jude’s School.
Gandhi Jayanti, the 150th birth anniversary of the father of the nation was a day to reminisce his ideals and preaching. This national event was celebrated in school with a cleaning campaign and a special assembly inclusive of the songs sung for the visionary who always practiced non violence and urged the departure of the British from India. At the special assembly, children also read about the selfless sacrifices made by the veteran towards the country. To make the event more emphatic a quiz was organized for all the classes on the life and works of the legend. Result for the quiz is as follows:
Seniors: Vaibhav Singh Payal Class: XI Science
Juniors: Avirath Singh Bhadoria Class: VI
Krishan Kumar Mishra Class: VI
The school Hindi Department took the follow-up of literary activities and organized Inter-House Hindi Debate Competition on September 28, 2019. All the participants spoke with great fervor.. All expressed their earnest appreciation for the excellent and impressive conduct of the event. The results were a testament of the oratorical skills of the speakers.
BEST SPEAKER IN GROUP I (STD X, XI & XII) Hansika Rawat
BEST SPEAKER IN GROUP II (STD VIII & IX) Deepak Bhardwaj
BEST SPEAKER IN GROUP III (STD VI & VII) Parv Banga
BEST SPEAKER OF THE JUNIOR SCHOOL Parv Banga
BEST SPEAKER OF THE SENIOR SCHOOL Deepak Bhardwaj
THE INTER HOUSE HINDI ELOCUTION TROPHY, 2019 Bursar House
‘Sitting on top of your shoulders is one of the finest computers on the earth. But, like any other muscle in your body, it needs to be exercised to work its best. That exercise is called Thinking.’
A highly enriching session on Critical Thinking and Problem Solving was conducted onSeptember 25, 2019 for Classes VIII upwards. The resource person at the session was Ms. Shweta Singh interacted with students on various topics of concern like:
Thinking past what your senses tell you, thinking ‘out of the box,’ organizing thoughts into logical steps and being precise in giving your ideas to others. The session was highly enlightening and an opportunity for the students to probe their minds and vent out opinions like true critical thinkers.
A Letter is not only writing on paper, it’s a memory ….
Students competed in the Letter Writing Competition. Topics for informal letters were allotted and children wrote to their friends, relatives and parents. They expressed themselves to their best possible abilities.
Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.
The Tamarind Theatre at Colonel Brown Cambridge School came alive on September 20, 2019 with the resonating music and soul stirring songs by Shekinah Mukhiya, a student of Class 7, now one of the top ten finalists at the famous reality show Superstar Singer, a Sony TV telecast. Only 11 years of age, Shekinah Mukhiya from Dehradun has created history through her breath taking performances in the Western Genre. Children from across India participate in ‘Superstar Singer’ wherein they are mentored and judged by famous playback singers from the Hindi film industry and Shekinah takes over the stage and creates nothing less than magic through her power-packed performances and an enchanting voice. We are proud to have her as she has brought laurels to the school.
CBS boys demonstrated zeal in the league matches played during the Junior Council Football Tournament organized from September 16-20, 2019. CBS boys played two matches against Guru Nanak Academy and St. Jude’s School but had to face defeat in both with a score of 1-0 and 6-0 respectively.
Ever since the technological advancements and the changing lifestyles of the people, there is massive increase in the use of plastic. There have been many campaigns conducted as a meaure to spread awareness to avoid the use of plastic. Our students witnessed the live telecast of one such initiative undertaken by the Prime Minister via launch of the National Animal Disease Control Programme in Mathura on September 11, 2019. He emphasized to discourage the use of single use plastic and has assured the nation that India would be plastic free by the year 2020.
The school witnessed its Annual Inter-House Hindi Elocution on September 7,2019. Brimming with teamwork and tenacity, the students delivered awe- inspiring poetry in solo and group categories and ensured 100% participation both from junior and senior school. Bursar House was announced the overall winner. It was altogether an enriching experience and culminated with words of appreciation and motivation by the Headmaster. Results are as follows:
GROUP I (STD X, XI & XII) Aditya Saini Bursar House
GROUP II (STD VIII & IX) Aryendra Thapa Bursar House
GROUP III (STD VI & VII) Yugansh Singh Headmaster House
BEST CHORAL GROUP
GROUP I (STD X, XI & XII) Bursar House
GROUP II (STD VIII & IX) Bursar House
GROUP III (STD VI & VII) Bursar House
BEST SPEAKER JUNIOR SCHOOL Yugansh Singh Headmaster House
BEST SPEAKER OF THE SENIOR SCHOOL Aditya Saini Bursar House
Aryendra Thapa Bursar House
The Inter House Hindi Elocution Trophy, 2019 goes to Bursar House
September 5th is celebrated as Teachers’ Day throughout the country. It is the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the second President of India, who was a great scholar, philosopher and above all a teacher. He dedicatedthis day to teachers as a mark of respect to them.
The celebration at Col. Brown School was full of exuberance. The variety show put up for the teachers was par excellence. The performances were breathtaking. The mellifluous songs, the spectacular play and above all the warmth extended to all the staff members were much appreciated.
Kudos to the students for the effort they put in to strengthen the teacher-student bond further.