annual report 2022 -23

Little Flower Convent school is one of the glittering beads of Simla- Chandigarh Education Society which is helped by the efficient, dedicated and selfless service of the sisters of charity of Jesu s and Mary. The school is most ably nurtured under the guidance of Reverend Father Francis Xavier, the school manager and Respected Sister Ruth, the school Principal.

Guided by St.Theresa of child Jesus' philosophy of 'To Love and to Serve', the school imbibes the values of love, compassion and humility in its students. The school today encompasses pre- primary, primary and secondary school and the journey is far from over. Tracing the journey of Little Flower Convent School, Mangwal, from the year inception, it was indeed a very modest and humble beginning to a full-fledged school today. The sprawling campus of school offers students the cornucopia of opportunities to hone their skills, explore their potential and sharpen their communication skills.


Touching base with some of the improvements in infrastructure and facilities brought about in past one year, we are happy to announce that we establish full-fledged science lab to meet the requirements of students. Wi-fi connection has been provided to all floors of the building. Installation of CCTV cameras in all the common areas was a great step to beef up the security and safety of our students

The school has a magnificent IT lab to cater to the needs of students. With the capacity of 40 computers, which is updated from time to time.

School campus is feast to eyes as it is embedded with luminous flowers and lush green parks. Smooth broad pathways are newly constructed and walls of campus have been beautifully decked with paintings and quotes teaching moral values enhancing the beauty of our campus.

School campus is feast to eyes as it is embedded with luminous flowers and lush green parks. Smooth broad pathways are newly constructed and walls of campus have been beautifully decked with paintings and quotes teaching moral values enhancing the beauty of our campus.

'Libraries store the energy that fuels imagination'.

To open up windows to the world and explore it, the school is very particular in updating its library and this year too, 300 new books adorned the storehouse of wisdom of our school taking the account to 10056 books.


We are proud that our beloved, respected Sr. Ruth, the Principal of our school was Felicitated with the best principal award by FAP for her sincere services.

Honorable Fr. Rajamani, a doctorate holder in international law from Oxford University conducted teacher’s seminar and disseminated his vast treasure of knowledge to teachers.

Respected Sr. Lyra, Principal of Sacred Heart Convent School, Barnala, gave her precious ideas on the topic 'Understanding children's Psychology'.

The focus of school also lies in reforming training of faculty through workshops, training courses, and online faculty development modules which would improve their skills and professional knowledge resulting in quantifiable learning outcomes.

Trainings and webinars by CBSE on various platforms like Nishtha, Dikhsa and Capacity Building Programs are attended by our teachers. They successfully completed various modules, necessary for professional development, which were each supplemented with a course completion certificate.

A delegate of approximately 15 teachers has attended the Capacity building program organized by CBSE in a nearby school.


'Knowledge is of no value unless you put it into practice.'

School assembly is a great way to bring the students together. Focus on special days brings great zeal and enthusiasm and adds fun and frolic in celebrations. Our school designs assemblies along these lines that each special day stands for its significance.

This all started with celebrating the resurrection of Jesus on Easter days. Students presented a beautiful skit exhibiting the life story of Jesus Christ.

Celebrations carried on observing labor’s Day in which the students appreciated the helpers by giving mementoes and gifts.

The celebrations like Janmashtami, Diwali, Lohri and Basant, Baisaki added color to the mellowest mood of occasions.

The Jingling of bells and the impeccably adorable decorations at every corner of the school indicate the onset of Christmas Eve. On this special day the students presented an array of interesting programs.


In order to inculcate the values of leadership quality and develop the spirit of democracy among the students, we have created a student council. It plays an important role as mediator between the students and the management. It comprises Office-bearers and the representatives of various clubs like Art club, Eco club, different language clubs etc. All the procedures of conduction of elections were held and council was chosen. We had Nikait Garg as Head boy and Ridhima as Head girl for the session


Under the Hub of Learning program initiated by CBSE for the purpose of collaborative growth, promoting self-improvement and for ensuring the enhancement of the quality of education, a Power Point Presentation competition was organized by Heritage Public School, Bhawanigarh, in which out of five participant schools our school students Aarushi and Vanshika of class 10 bagged first position and brought laurels to the school.

Students visited Govt. high school Bhindra under adopt sibling program. Students shared opinions, exchanged gifts and mingled with each other by reciting poems, playing etc.


“Academic achievements reflect the Diligence and skills to develop one’s ability”.

We are proud to report that continuing the legacy in education of LFCS, this batch of Class 10 students also have brought laurels to the school by their excellent results. This was possible only because of the continuous efforts made by the dedicated staff. Nikait Garg and Kavya Garg both shred the first position in class 10 board examination with a score of 98.8%, Bhavni Garg achieved second position with a score of 98.6 % and Madhur Jain stood in third position with 98.4%.

Out of 139 students, 61 students scored above 90%, 32 students scored between 80% - 90%.

Many of them made their parents and teachers proud by scoring 80 % and above.

Congratulations all our achievers.


‘If you are a true warrior, competition does not scare you, it makes you better'.

Various external examinations like Live, Orange, Mega, Olympiads and SOFs for all subjects were held in the school as well as outside the school. 600 students participated in these competitions and came up with flying colors. Himank Jindal of class 10 excelled in live Olympiad and secured a good rank at national level.

Japleen Kaur added feathers to school's cap by winning at national level in Cyber Olympiad.

Many students bagged gold medals, silver medals and bronze too, displaying their abilities in various subjects.


It has been rightly said “winners never quit and quitters never win”

Sports and games are a great way for students to develop skills, achieve goals, learn cooperation and stay physically fit. Hence, we have allotted regular periods for games, mass PT exercise and yoga classes. Besides special coaching in basketball, cricket, aerobics and volleyball and chess is provided. Our students also made us proud in the sports arena.

Sports Meet “Khelothan” was organized in the month of December in which an array of games and events was displayed. The event witnessed enthusiastic participation of the students. St. John's House lifted the trophy leaving Saint Matthews House or as runner up.

School's budding players participated in various games organized by Punjab School Games Association and made remarkable achievements. They showcased their sportsmanship in various games at different levels. 123 players represented school at zonal level, 66 at district level and 25 at state level.

We hope to see these players of our school becoming Olympic athletes or national players in the near future.


'Align with love and tap into abundance.'

Under the aegis of Share and Care Club of school students of Class 8,9 and 10 visited Old Age Home Badrukhan and celebrated New Year Eve sharing their generosity with senior citizens.

In July, classes 6th and 7th had a visit to shelter home Bhagat Puran Singh Pingalwara, Sangrur. They became instrumental to show that the sharing is caring.

To respect the diversity of India, students of classes 8th and 9th paid a visit to a Muslim Community School, Krishnapura Sangrur.

Students showed that they are not only sympathetic but empathetic also by Visiting Kusht Ashram Ghumhar Basti Sangrur in the month of May.

Students also contributed for Red Cross Society by witnessing a magic show held in school campus.


Don't make trees rare, keep them with care.

A small initiative was taken by Eco club to spread awareness to plant more trees to beautify our mother earth.

Eco club members ordered approximately 500 plants from forest department. Sr. Ruth, Principal of the school visited Mangwal village along with teachers as well as the students of 8th A one day before the distribution. Students helped each other and learned values for instant sharing, co-operation, helpfulness. With this initiative, children learned value education which is really beneficial to make them more responsible. Next day, plants were distributed among the students with the help of leaders appointed by Eco club, and the students donated their handmade items, stationary and many more things to help the under privileged children.


Several staff meetings were held during the session in which the principal and the manager presided over to guide the educators to help them perform to the best of their abilities.

Various clubs like Science Club, Math Club, English Club, Eco Club and Share and Care Club held their timely meetings to discuss the course of events and actions.


To break the monotony of classroom learning and explore the places of interest, the school conducted educational tours to Bikaner, Jaisalmer and Kerala for the pupils of Grade 6 to 10.

For the classes 3 to 5, one day trip was taken to Science City Kapurthala.

Tiny Tots enjoyed two days Campus Picnic to beat the heat of September.

With that, let us foresee a world of universal brotherhood where our children are going to be the propellant of this change. We will keep moving with conviction and clear vision to make this world an ideal place to stay in.