MESSAGES Principal's Message

Remember Renew Reimage

'Alfred Lord Tennyson- ‘Old order changeth, yielding place to new'

It is a matter of pride and honour to launch this new and improved school website. We are grateful to the Almighty for his countless blessings for being with us through all the challenges and milestones overcome. This year, Loreto is grateful to have spent 175 years in India, the celebrations of which were held in Kolkata in Dec 2016. We appreciate your concern and support through this great event. We are also grateful and glad to share that the Mary Ward Auditorium, something that we have prayed for, for many years, and had been long overdue, is finally ready. We thank all the well wishers for keeping us in their thoughts and prayers through this project till its fruition.

In keeping with the motto of the celebration, REMEMBER RENEW REIMAGE, we begin this new session with the reimaging of this site. Our Principal aim has always been to provide quality education to girls with a sense of service and purpose for their lives and their responsibility to the society. We therefore constantly endeavour to reach out to the underprivileged through programmes such as the outreach to various homes for the destitute and the In- House Jeevan Rekha programme. The approach to these responsibilities is ever evolving and frequently renewed to suit the needs of the children involved.

It is also imperative to inform all concerned that the reimaging process at Loreto Convent School involves the academics too. This academic session of 2017-18 brings in the change of curriculum and evaluation pattern prescribed by the C.B.S.E. The erstwhile formative assessments and summative assessments have been replaced by periodic tests and a final examination. The syllabus for these tests would be cumulative with each approaching tests, with the final examination that would include the syllabus of the whole session.

We seek your continual support and pray that the Almighty be with us through this year and the years to come.

Sister Mercia D’Souza
(Principal)