A team of organizers from Master Cards organized an event ‘Girls for Tech” for Std. VI students on 25th July 2019 to enlighten the students on digital technology. The students were made aware of the digital payment and how this training could lead one to use smart technology. The students were taught through games and interaction and were also given T-shirts and badges. It was a fruitful and enriching event.
On 15th July 2019 after the “Transmission of the General Chapter Theme”, at Auxilium Baroda the organizers and the participants from Gujarat region made a visit to the compost pit and to know the procedure to prepare the organic manure. A short demo was given by Mr. Ragunath Rathwa the gardener, who is involved in making the organic manure. Then we had a prayer moment on God’s gift to us
Yoga is the dance of every cell with the music of every breath that creates inner serenity and harmony”. Keeping this in mind the Yoga Day was celebrated on 21st June 2019 with our students & teachers. Mr. Bharat Patel P.E. teacher led our students to perform various forms of yogas consisting of “Asanas and breathing exercises”. The daily practice of Yoga will bring positive change in the mood and
CALLED TO LEAD… “Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality” (Warren Bennis) Auxilium Baroda had the investiture ceremony for the academic session 2019-2020 on 25th and 26th June for Gujarati and English medium. We invoked the blessings of the Lord the Almighty after which the elected leaders were conferred with badges and sashes by Sr. Priscilla Travasso, the animator and Sr. Philomena Lobo, the headmistress. The students’ council
On 16th July we organized a skill training programme for our SHG women. The three groups participated in it. The Resource person Mrs. Babita Sharma taught women how to join the various parts of the machine. The training programme began at 2:30 pm and ended at 4:30 pm. The women were grateful for receiving such wonderful training which will help them to earn a livelihood and generate income for the family.
“Like Mary, generate life to all” is the theme of our Marian month which began on 15 July and will conclude on 15 August 2019. Our Blessed Mother was welcomed in the school in a glorious procession. Each class creatively animates the morning assemblies based on their respective themes for the day. There is no dearth of creative energy at Auxilium Ahmednagar and what proves this fact are the highly
The pearl of great price – our dear Mother and Foundress, St. Mary Domenica Mazzarello was fondly commemorated and celebrated on 16 July 2019 in Auxilium School as well as in the Laura Vicuna Niwas community. “Let God be your whole strength” was the theme for the day which was beautifully highlighted through an opera packed with melodious strains, youthful dances and heart touching scenes from the life of Mother
On 19th July 2019, the School leaders of Auxilium Baroda English and Gujarati medium took part in orientation programme on “Leadership” which was animated by Rev. Fr. Isaac Arackparambil SDB. In his input session, he highlighted on leadership qualities and values through video clipping, PPT and group discussion. The groups were divided under these titles “Enthusiastic, lead by the example, Ambitious, determined, ready to learn & teach”. Each group was
‘Gaze upon Him and contemplate as you desire to imitate Him’. Auxilium Baroda (English & Gujarati Medium) celebrated the feast of their patron saints Don Bosco, Mother Mazzarello, St Joseph and Guardian Angel 12th and 13th July 2019 with great joy and enthusiasm. The programme began with the students invoking the blessings of Almighty with the fervent prayer service. A spectacular cultural programme was prepared by the teachers and the
On the 21st July at Ashish Bhavan, Kune, the children had an orientation programme conducted by the community member. The theme was well explained in Marathi. The main highlights of the day were prayer, group work, and activities. The children enjoyed every activity and thanked the Sisters for explaining to them how to be holy in their day-to-day life.