8thInternational Exchange Programme to Belgium

Dates: 27thSeptember – 07thOctober 2019

We feel elated to tell you that our school makes all efforts to bring in novelty and innovation in the teaching-learning process. We try to inculcate among our students a sense of wonder and discovery through all spheres of curriculum as is most imperative to incorporate freshness at different points of learning process.

Over the years, we have realized that educational tours have achieved these abovementioned goals. There have been innumerable educational experiences emanating from these wonderful outings during and after these tours. They not only develop a broader outlook but they also groom our students to make them smarter in many aspects of life. Moreover, these tours help our students to build up a higher degree of self-discipline. What’s more, the theories and principles of their textbooks become vibrant and alive during the tour days.

“Tis but an hour ago since it was nine, and after one after one hour more “Twill be eleven; and so, from hour to hour, we ripe and ripe…. thereby hangs a tale.” says so Shakespeare the mystery of life in his famous romantic comedy ‘As You Like It’. Since our last communication, time has witnessed numerous changes in all spheres of our life on earth. Nothing seems to be static today. So much of action in each aspect of our life has made us oblivious of many other things happening around us. But the beauty of life lies in relishing the joy of doing everything earnestly.

To begin with fourteen students accompanied by Mrs. Bella Mohan & Fr. Fuldeo Soreng will participate in ‘Students’ Exchange Programme in Belgium from 27th September to 7th October 2019. The students are being prepared for the purpose by conducting various training programmes before their departure.

The students will visit the following places in Belgium and France:

 Brussels: Capital city of the European Unions

 Roeselare: Birth place of Fr. Lievens

 Bruges: The capital and the largest city of the Province of West Flanders in the Flemish region of Belgium. It is known as the “Venice of the North”. It is distinguished by its canals, cobbled streets and medieval buildings. It was once the second largest city in Europe after London. It was a major player in the cloth trade with Britain and was very wealthy during its ‘Golden Age’.

 Ypres: The city is surrounded by Ypres salient battlefields where many cemeteries, memorials and war museums honor the German allied battles that unfolded in this area during the World War I.

 Paris: Capital of France.

Fr. Ajit Kumar Xess, S.J.

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