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  • Mindspree 2017 - Inter School Singing Competition

    Thursday, September 28, 2017

    “After silence, that comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is Music”. Music binds soul, heart and emotions. It gives wings to the mind, flight to imagination, charm to sadness and gaiety to life.

    The young participants, on the 3rd day of our Academic and Creative festival – Mindspree at St. Jude’s, once again raised the bar high by putting up an outstanding Inter-School Singing Competition.

    The followings seven schools of Doon Valley participated in the event with zeal and enthusiasm:

    1. Ann Mary School

    2. Doon Blossoms

    3. Raja Rammohon Roy Academy

    4. Shri Ram Centennial School

    5. St. Thomas’ College

    6. St. Xavier School

    7. St. Jude’s School

    The Chief Guest on the occasion was Mr. D’ Monte, Principal, Shri Ram Centennial School. The occasion was graced by the esteemed presence of Mr. R.V. Gardner, Principal, St. Thomas’ College, Mrs. V.R. Gardner, Principal St. Jude’s School, Mr. W. Gardner, Ex Principal, Laidlaw Memorial School, Ketti, Ms. Michelle Gardner, Vice Principal St. Jude’s School and other esteemed guests

    The contest was adjudged by Mr. Hemant Nawani from Unison World School, Mr. V. March from Col. Brown School and Ms. Ragini.

    The programme commenced with the elegant and graceful movements of the St. Jude’s troupe worshipping Lord Ganesha - The God of good luck and prosperity. It was indeed a prologue to a mesmerising heavenly morning.

    The rhythm and the beats of the English solo, Hind numbers in Duet Category and Group English bands resonated around the campus and the response of the audience was overwhelming.

    The Solo performances like ‘Thinking out loud’, ‘Like I am going to lose you’, ‘Roar’, ‘How far I’ll go’ etc showcased the incredible musical talent of the students, as well as gave students the opportunity to experience a vast array of musical talent.

    Joyce Lunglang from St. Xavier School soothed stood first, closely followed by Atrija Roy of Raja Rammohan Roy School, and Shreya Mishra of Doon Blossoms School bagged the 3rd position.

    In the Duet Singing Category, Hindi Bollywood music reverberated with melodious songs like Sajda, Bulleya, Bhare Naina.....They did indeed lift the spirits of both the singers and the audience for whom they performed. Anukalp Badola and Shraddha Rawat were adjudged the winners in the Duet Category. Kushagra Keshav and Neha Bisht of St. Jude’s School came Second and Astha Dhiman of and Ayushi David of St. Xavier School stood third.

    A range of songs were performed in the Group singing category including songs by Dolly Parton, Matt Redman, Adele, Walt Disney. The participants showcased a perfect blend of harmony and rhythm in their singing and generated an aura of immense delight and appreciation in the Jonty Auditorium.

    The participants were judged on three aspects presentation, harmony and vocals. In the Group Singing Category St. Xavier School secured the first place. St. Thomas’ School grabbed the second position and St. Jude’s School stood third.

    St. Xavier School was awarded the overall Winners Trophy of Singing Competition and Runners Trophy was won by St. Thomas’ College.

    The enactment and dances added glitter to the songs. The programme ended with a well synchronised ‘Lavani’ which enthralled the audience and set their feet tapping. Joy and exuberance writ large on the faces of everyone present.

    The Chief Guest, in his address stated that life is learning process. Winning and losing in a competition is definitely an important part but what is more important is participation, it enhances our learning and it can’t be confined.

    A Vote of Thanks was proposed by the Principal, St. Jude’s School Mrs. V.R. Gardner of the host School. Ma’am opined that music transcends the limits of time and space and contributes to the promotion of culture through its myriad genres.

    Congratulations to all students who took part in this year’s Inter School Singing Competition.

    We look forward to more Schools participating in this wonderful event next year.

  • Brain Strain Debate 2017 (A Debate for the Students of Class VI – VIII)

    Thursday, September 7, 2017

    ‘For good ideas and true innovation you need, human interaction, conflict, argument and debate.

    - Margaret Heffernan

    Thoughts, expression and confidence are words which aptly describe our Brain Strain Debate.

    An English Debate for the Middle School was conducted on the 7th of September, 2017. The topic before the students was ‘The Future is Bright’.

    Brimming with confidence and full of grit and determination, our speakers put their views forward with their well rehearsed contents and oratory skills.

    The judges at the event were Mrs. N. Mehra and Mrs. G. Arya.

    The results declared were as follows: -

    Individual Winners:

    Neal Gardner : First

    Shivansh Saxena : Second

    Aishi Arora : Third

    The Overall Results were as follows:

    1st : Khanna House

    2nd : Gardner House

    3rd : Lyons House

    4th : Howard House

    After the skill, knowledge and hard work displayed by the contestants the Competition came to end, leaving our minds filled with ideas and thoughts put forth by the debaters. It was indeed wonderful to hear each child present their views and express themselves so confidently.

    Well Done Children!

  • ST. JUDE’S SCHOOL CELEBRATES TEACHERS’ DAY 2017

    Tuesday, September 5, 2017

    To teach is to touch lives forever.

    Happy Teachers’ Day to all the Teachers of Dehradun.

    May God continue to bless each one of you.

  • St. Jude’s School celebrates India’s 71st Independence Day

    Tuesday, August 15, 2017

    “Ours is the land of sages, known for bravery for ages. None can with it compete, its culture no one can beat”

    India’s 71st Independence Day was celebrated with much fervour and gaiety by the students of St. Jude’s School, rekindling the spirit of patriotism and love in every student for his country.

    The staff and students of St. Jude’s School gathered at Jonty Auditorium. It was a treat to the eyes to see young Thaddeusians bubbling with joy and energy to keep alive the flame of freedom and patriotism.

    Amidst the atmosphere of joy and hearts filled with a feeling of brotherhood the programme started with the unfurling of the Tricolour by the School’s Principal Mrs. V.R. Gardner, which was followed by the National Anthem.

    The assembly was graced by the presence of Dr. Archna Chaudhary, (who runs Shujok Clinic, and cures people of their pain and suffering. She runs the Smile Foundation and has worked efficiently to spread smiles all around) speech by Rashika Malik, the Head Girl brought to the fore the travails of India during the British Colonial Rule, whereas Ritik Taneja, Head Boy in his speech emphasised on the duty of our youth towards their country.

    Clad in colourful customes, students depicted one of the 10 major forms of Indian Classical dance. With graceful movements, they told the Katha of Guru.

    Two turtle doves carrying orange and green flowers represented the Indian Flag, through Superb musical interludes of patriotism, the students took the audience through the timeline of past and present India reminding us of the remarkable roles of Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and the common man in pre-independent India.

    The energetic Rajasthani folk dance took everybody to the land of Rajputs and Rajasthan.

    The Bengali Folk Dance depicted the fisherman and women of West Bengal who throw the hook to fish and celebrate their catch. Change is the law of nature and keeping this in mind the students presented a contemporary dance which the audience loud.

    A special presentation at Milestone with the theme ‘Reversed’ robbed the hearts of one and all present on the occasion. The assembly was majestically draped in the national colours …… an unforgettable moment of pride.

    Last but not the least Mrs. V.R. Gardner, Principal St. Jude’s School said that our borders are well protected by our defence forces but we, as true citizens, should tackle challenges like corruption, indiscipline and cleanliness. She laid stress on the fact that students must understand that the essence of education is to help one become a good human beings who works selflessly for others.

  • ST. JUDE’S SCHOOL INTER HOUSE DANCE COMPETITION 2017

    Saturday, August 12, 2017

    “Whosoever knoweth the power of the dance, dwelleth in God”

    -Rumi

    St. Jude’s School organised an Inter House Dance Competition for Middle and Senior School on the 12th August, 2017. Indian folk dances were performed by students of middle school.

    The vivacious dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic performances. The fun filled extravaganza featured folk dance forms of Rajasthan, Punjab, Maharashtra and West Bengal.

    Classical Dances were performed by the Senior Students of Gardner, Howard, Khanna and Lyons , all four houses participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. They presented Kathak, one of the major dance forms of Classical Indian Dance.

    The students were judged on their expression, dance, costume and props. The rhythm, presentation and synchronization of the participants entranced the audience.

    The judges applauded and appreciated the performance.

    Folk dance and classical dance forms are an integral part of our history and learning and performing such forms of dances makes one aware of our rich heritage and culture

    In the Middle School Category, Khanna House claimed 1st position. In the Senior School Category, Howard House emerged as our winner.

    At the end of this colourful and spectacular performance, our Principal, Mrs. V.R. Gardner proposed a vote of thanks and praised the participants for their brilliant performances.

  • ST. JUDE’S SCHOOL CELEBRATED 23rd ANNUAL SPEECH AND PRIZE DAY 2017

    Saturday, May 13, 2017

    “Success is simple. Do what’s right, the right way, at the right time”, was the message that prevailed at the 23rd Annual Prize day of St. Jude’s School.

    Mr. Stephen DaCosta, Principal, The Frank Anthony Public School, New Delhi was the Chief Guest. Present on the occasion were Mr. R.V. Gardner, Ex-MLA, President, St. Jude’s School, Mrs. V.R. Gardner, Principal, St. Jude’s School, Mr. G.I.G. Mann (MLA, Uttarakhand) & Principal, Carman Residential & Day School, Dalanwala, Col. A.K. Pundir, Principal, Constancia School, Mrs. J. Kumar, Principal, Carman Residential & Day School, Premnagar, Mr. D. Hilton, Principal, Hilton’s School and other esteemed guests.

    Our Chief Guest Mr. Stephen DaCosta in his address, quoted the UNESCO report ‘Treasury Within’ that the four pillars of education are “Learning to Know, Learning to Do and Learning to Be”; he elaborated on the fourth and the most important pillar of education “Learning to Live Together”. He said that it is the need of the hour - to have Peace, Brotherly Love and Harmony – a good beginning to start with. We, through the education system, the teachers and students can avoid the bitterness that is leading to the loss of values and culture.

    In his message to the parents, he said that we need to give children our time so that they grow up into good human beings.

    He advised our students to remain humble and give life one’s best. He spoke extremely highly of the level of achievement a School as young as St. Jude’s School has attained in its short span of 23years.

    Mrs. V.R. Gardner, Principal, St. Jude’s School in her Annual Report highlighted the cultural and academic achievements of her students.

    The evening began with the Academic prizes being handed out. The following deserved the accolades they received:

    SCHOLAR OF ICSE RITIK TANEJA (2015-16)

    SCHOLAR OF ISC RISHITA GOGIA (2015-16)

    PRIDE OF ST. JUDE’S SCHOOL (BOY) AGRAJ NAGARKOTI

    PRIDE OF ST. JUDE’S SCHOOL (GIRL) AKSHITA LAKHIWAL

    ARCHIT KOHLI MEMORIAL SHIELD

    (BEST ALL ROUND STUDENT IN PRIMARY SECTION) RIDHIMA TYAGI (II – A)

    HOWARD SHIELD

    (BEST ALL ROUND STUDENT – VI to VIII) KHUSHI KUDIYAL (VII - A)

    WRIGHT CUP

    (BEST ALL ROUND BOY STUDENT – IX to XII) RAAHUL SINGH

    LAWRENCE CUP

    (BEST ALL ROUND STUDENT – III to V) VINAMRA (V - B)

    MICHELLE’S CUP FOR EXCELLENCE

    (BEST ALL ROUND GIRL STUDENT) RASHIKA MALIK

    THE PRINCIPAL’S CUP ARUSHI VAISH

    The School toppers of the Commerce and Science Stream along with the other academic prize winners were also felicitated. Students who won laurels at the various National level competitions in the session 2016-17 were also felicitated.

    The Cultural programme commenced with Ganesh Vandana where the girls with their elegant and graceful movements welcomed all followed by ‘Kehta Hai Mera Ye Dil’.

    An invocation to God was then presented by our Primary School Students through their “Tu Pyar Ka Sagar...”. They mesmerized everyone with their performance. It was conceived by Mrs. Geeta Kohli and choreographed by Mr. Wilson Lakra, Mrs. Saloni Rawat and Ms. Natasha Paul.

    Our students of Classes III to V presented a short musical ‘Memories’. This portrayed that the Memories are precious, vivid and heartwarming. One of the best ways to remain happy in the present is to recall the happy and loving memories. The play has been written and directed by Mrs. A. Chaudhary and her team of Junior School Teachers.

    We still are a God fearing country rather than a God loving country. Everyone today wants shortcut to sort out their problems and seek an easy solution.

    This portrayed the widespread superstitious beliefs and practices in our society. The play was Written by Mrs. I. Manuel and Directed by Mr. A. Singh, Mrs. N. Chaudhary and Mrs. V. Dhingra.

    “Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to Success”. However charming someone may seem to be, it is not their outside façade you should be looking at, but that lies below it.

    Portraying this was the Senior School English Play “Journey to Success”. The play has been written by Mrs. J. Aggarwal and Mrs. G. Arya, directed by Mrs. S. Singh and Mrs. R. Saklani.

    The costumes were created and designed by Mrs. Seema Singh and Mrs. Reema Saklani. The music directed by our music teacher Mr. S. Thapa. Multimedia presentation is done by Ritik Taneja and photography by Avi Arora, students of Class XII.

    A vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. R.V. Gardner, President, St. Jude’s School and thus concluded another memorable day for both our Teachers and Students.

  • St. Jude’s School wins the 6th St. Jude’s Premier League (Inter School Junior Boys Indoor Cricket Tournament 2017)

    Saturday, April 29, 2017

    St. Jude’s School hosted the 6th St. Jude’s Indoor Cricket Premier League for the Junior Boys of Class VIII and below. The Junior Indoor Cricket Tournament has gained popularity over the last few years among the students of the town.

    This year the tournament began on the 17th of April, 2017. The following thirteen Schools participated in the tournament:

    St. Thomas’ College, Carman Residential & Day School, Premnagar, Carman Residential & Day School, Dalanwala, New Doon Blossoms School, Summer Valley School, The Aryan School, Hilton’s School, St. Jude’s School, Sunrise Academy, Doon Blossoms School, The Montessori School, Doon Cambridge School, The Heritage School.

    The finals match was played on Saturday, the 29th of April, 2017 between St. Jude’s School and St. Thomas’ College.

    The Chief Guest on the occasion was Col. J.S. Nayal (Principal, New Doon Blossoms School, Dehradun), Present on the occasion were Mrs. Nayal, Mr. R.V. Gardner (Principal, St. Thomas College), Mrs. V. R. Gardner (Principal, St. Jude’s School) and guests.

    St. Jude’s School won the toss and elected to bat first. St. Jude’s School made 71 runs in two innings. The top scorer from St. Jude’s School was Aniket who made 27 Runs and the top wickets takers were Ayush and Shoaib, they took 2 wickets each. St. Thomas’ College made 34 runs in two the innings.

    St. Jude’s School won the tournament by 37 runs.

    Mrs. Nayal gave away the prizes.

    The most Promising Player of the tournament was given to Devesh Lamba of St. Jude’s School.

    Neal Gardner of St. Jude’s School was declared the Highest Run Scorer of the tournament.

    The most Wicket Taker award of the tournament was given to Lakshaya Khanna of St. Thomas’ College.

    Tokens of Appreciation were given to the Umpires, Coaches and to the Chief Guest.

    The Chief Guest Col. J.S. Nayal addressed the gathering. Mrs. V.R. Gardner, Principal St. Jude’s School presented her vote of thanks.

    The day concluded the end of a series of matches in which the very young of so many schools performed the best of their ability. This series of matches has helped showcase the talent, dedication and commitment of many youngsters. Well Done Boys

  • St. Jude’s School celebrates India’s 68th Republic Day

    Thursday, January 26, 2017

    The 68th Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at St. Jude’s School on the 26th January 2017. Student saluted the National Flag and pledged to uphold the honour and integrity, diversity and uniqueness of India.

    The choir sang patriotic songs like ‘Taakat Vatan ki’, ‘Ho Jao Tayyar Sathio’ and ‘Desh Rangeela’. The songs reverberated in the surroundings. The students staged a street play based on corruption and eve-teasing. Through the play, students bought to the fore certain ways through which corruption can be checked.

    The School Captains Raahul Singh and Akshita Lakhiwal delivered their speeches. They urged the students to do their best and feel proud to be Indian. They spoke about the sanctity of the occasion and the role played by the constitutional makers with particular reference to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.

    The School Principal Mrs. V.R. Gardner threw light on various tasks to be undertaken by the present students who are the future citizens of the country. She took everyone down memory lane when India was under the subjugation of the British. Ma’am said that a nation’s culture resides in its people and we should strive to develop the country.

    The students dispersed after getting sweets with the image of the fluttering tricolor in their minds.

  • 22nd Annual Sports and PT Display

    Sunday, November 27, 2016

    “The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a Man’s determination”.

    Sports Meet not only commemorates victories but also aims at imparting lessons on Sportsman Spirit and camaraderie to children.

    St. Jude’s School organised its Annual Sports and P.T. Display on the 27th of October, 2016 at the School ground upholding the aspects of sporting events.

    The buzzing of the staff and students broke the silence of the morning, when they reached the school to adorn their house tents. The field was decorated with colourful flags and the ground was emboldened with white markings. The ambience was created keeping in mind the theme – ‘World Nationalism’. Ample seating arrangement and tents were erected on the vast sporting grounds of the campus. The fantastic turnout from the parents and the pleasant weather were the perfect boost for the students on the Annual Sports Day.

    The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr. Ashok Kumar (IPS), ADGP, Director Vigilance, Uttarakhand Police. The arrival of the Chief Guest raised the spirits of one and all and added much charm to the occasion.

    Present on this occasion were Mr. R.V. Gardner, President, St. Jude’s School, Principal, St. Thomas’ College & MLA, Mrs. V.R. Gardner, Principal, St. Jude’s School, Ms. Michelle Gardner, Vice Principal, St. Jude’s School, Mr. W. Gardner, Principal (Retd.), St. George Home, Ketti, Mr. A.K. Pundir, Principal, Constancia School, Mr. G.I.G. Mann, Principal, Carman School, Dalanwala & Mr. & Mrs. Kumar, Carman School, Premnagar.

    The four houses enclosures depicted World Nationalism Stop the Violence, Increase the Peace was our message to one and all. The enclosures were decked up with multi-coloured, artful decorations. The intricately designed peacocks, 3D flowers, posters, sparkling globe, images of athletes, added glitter to the event.

    The day officially opened with a spectacular carnival by the students of Classes III to XII. It was an artistic spectacle as it showcased World’s Unity. It was praised for its diversity, multiculturalism and its appeal for peace in the World.

    Senior Squads of the four prestigious houses marched in perfect co-ordination and were a magnificent sight to behold. This was followed by a splendid Yoga display that saw the Yogis of St. Jude’s depicting evolution of earth: Lord Brahma; the creator, Lord Vishnu; the preserver and Lord Shiva; the destroyer. The performance was a treat to the eye.

    The peppy and energizing exercise drills set the tone for the rest of the event. To spread the message and awareness of oneness and brotherhood, students of classes III & IV performed their P.T. Display with pom-poms. Students of Class V left the spectators spell bound with the mesmerizing movements in their P.T. Display, also themed on World Unity.

    The P.T. Display by Classes VI to VIII showcased the skills and exercises practiced by our young sports enthusiasts every day.

    Once the races began, the air was filled with cheering and tons of encouragement for our young athletes. Students competed class wise and house wise in events including Sprints, Obstacles Races, Skipping for Girls, Flat Race, Mixed Shuttle Relay, 100mts and 200mts.

    This was followed by the Inter School Mixed Relay for participants from Senior School who battled to the finish. The first place was bagged by St. Jude’s School. St. Thoma’s College came second.

    The next on the field were the Pyramid Formation by the four houses. The theme of Gardner House was ‘World – A Global Village’

    The theme of Howard House was ‘Bringing the World Together’.

    The theme of Khanna House was ‘Global Peace and Unity’

    The theme of Lyons House was ‘International Goodness’

    Fun time with the most energetic and cheered Tug-O-War between Khanna House and Howard House added to the enjoyment. Khanna House emerged more powerful and victorious.

    The field tremored and the corners echoed as our students displayed their Karate skills.

    The opening Carnival drew rousing applause, leaving the closing grand finale with a difficult act to follow. Like the colourful ceremony, the Grand finale was indeed a great way to conclude the events of the day. The fast paced dance of the performers was extolled by the spectators. Students who have made St. Jude’s proud by their performances this year at Inter School District & State Level, ran on the track with a torch to be handed to the Principal, Mrs. V.R. Gardner.

    Winners are made from something that they have deep inside them – a desire, a dream, a vision. The proud winners were honoured by Dr. Alaknanda Ashok with medals and trophies. They gained appreciation from one and all.

    The winner of the Girl’s March Past was Gardner House and the winner of Boys March Past was Khanna House. The winners of Carnival were the students of Class X.

    The overall rolling Athletic Cup was won by Khanna House.

    The Chief Guest Mr. Ashok Kumar, IPS in his inspiring speech emphasized on the participation of students in sports activities which are important for the holistic development of a child’s personality. He motivated many more students not to give up but persevere for more glory in the future by quoting “Winners never quit and quitters never win” .

    A vote of thanks was proposed by Mrs. V.R. Gardner, Principal, St. Jude’s School.

  • St. Jude's celebrates India's 70th Independence Day

    Monday, August 15, 2016

    ‘Inquilab Zindabad’

    Today with a sense of patriotism and pride in the air our Principal, Staff and Students celebrated our Country’s 70th Independence Day.

    The day began with the hoisting of the flag by our Principal. This was followed by the National Anthem and a dance performance by our Junior School.

    Our School captains Akshita Lakhiwal and Raahul Singh then addressed the gathering and spoke about issues like cleanliness in the Country and the fight against Corruption.

    The School choir then sangs patriotic songs like ‘Ho Jao Taiyar Sathiyo’ and ‘Vande Matram’.

    Indian Classical Dance and Folk Dances were performed by our Students to our delight. The dances choreographed by Mrs. S. Kukreja and Mr. W. Lakra were a treat for each one of us.

    Our Principal then addressed the gathering and instilled a sense of pride in each one of us. She spoke about the night our country awoke to the dawn of a new Independence. Each one of us left the venue with prayers and praise for all those who had laid down their lives to protect our freedom. Each one of us also realised our responsibility lies in safeguarding and protecting our country by keeping it clean. We need to be upright an honest and need to diligently and relentlessly work for the generations to come.

    Jai Hind and Happy 70th Independence Day to each one of you.

  • Inter House Dance Competition 2016

    Friday, August 12, 2016

    An Inter House Dance Competition was organized by St. Jude’s School. The competition was divided in two categories, the folk dance category and the western dance category. Our Middle School students danced to the tunes of folk dances from different States and our Senior School Students competed in the fusion of Hip Hop, Salsa and Samba.

    Our vivacious dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic exuberating movements. The fun filled extravaganza offered folk dance forms from Nepal, Punjab, Bengal and Maharashtra.

    Our Judges were Mrs. S. Pandey, Ms. M. Gupta and Ms. J. Kaur. The Dancers were judged on rhythm, timing, coordination, choreography, costumes and props.

    In the closely contested Middle School Folk Dance Competition Lyons House was declared the winners of the contest followed by Howard House and there was a tie for the third position between Gardner House and Khanna House.

    The Senior School students competed enthusiastically in the Modern Dance Category. The students of the four Houses left the audience spellbound by their performances.

    In the Senior School competition Khanna House emerged as the Winners of the contest, Lyons House came second followed by Howard House.

    In her Vote of Thanks, our Principal Mrs. V.R. Gardner, stated that the competition was a great success as it brought out a number of hidden talents. Ma’am said the performances of each House was beyond compare and could not have been better. She congratulated all the children and teachers who trained todays enthusiastic participants.

  • St. Jude's School 22nd Annual Speech and Prize Day 2016

    Tuesday, May 10, 2016

    ‘Do unto others as you would have them do unto you’, was the message that prevailed at the 22nd Annual Prize Day of St. Jude’s School.

    Mr. Leslie Tindale, Principal, Wynberg Allen School, Mussoorie was the Chief Guest. Present on the occasion were Mr. R.V. Gardner, MLA, Principal, St. Thomas College, Brother Benedict, Principal, St. Patrick Academy, Mrs. J. Kumar, Principal, Carman School, Premnagar, Mr. P.S. Kalra, Principal, Guru Nanak Academy, Col. A.K. Pundir, Principal, Constancia School and other esteemed guests.

    Our Chief Guest Mr. Leslie Tindale advised our students to remain humble and give life one’s best. He spoke extremely highly of the level of achievement a School as young as St. Jude’s School had attained in its short span of 22years. Thank you so much Sir.

    Mrs. V.R. Gardner, Principal, St. Jude’s School in her Annual Report highlighted the cultural and academic achievement of her students.

    The evening began with the Academic prizes being handed out. The following deserved the accolades they received:

    SCHOLAR OF ICSE PARTH PANT

    SCHOLAR OF ISC RITIKA SRIVASTAVA

    PRIDE OF ST. JUDE’S SCHOOL (BOY) ARPIT PANDEY

    PRIDE OF ST. JUDE’S SCHOOL (GIRL) KARINA SABLOK

    ARCHIT KOHLI MEMORIAL SHIELD

    (BEST ALL ROUND STUDENT IN PRIMARY SECTION) ANANT KAPOOR (II – D)

    HOWARD SHIELD

    (BEST ALL ROUND STUDENT – VI to VIII) NEAL GARDNER (VII – A)

    WRIGHT CUP

    (BEST ALL ROUND BOY STUDENT – IX to XII) ARPIT PANDEY

    LAWRENCE CUP

    (BEST ALL ROUND STUDENT – III to V) JAI CHAUDHARY (V-C)

    MICHELLE’S CUP FOR EXCELLENCE

    (BEST ALL ROUND GIRL STUDENT) AKSHITA LAKHIWAL

    The School toppers of the Commerce and Science Stream along with the other academic prize winners were also felicitated. Students who won laurels at the various National level competitions in the session 2015-16 were also felicitated.

    The Cultural programme commenced with the elegant and graceful movements of the Indian Classical Dance the Kathak.

    An array of scintillating Qawwali songs were then presented by our Primary School Students. They mesmerized everyone and took the audience down memory lane. This rejuvenating performance was conceived by Mrs. G. Kolhi and choreographed by Mr. W. Lakra and Mrs. H. Bansal.

    Our students of Classes III to V presented a Hindi Comedy Act, ‘Andhvishwas’ based on the story ‘Prayashchit’

    This portrayed the widespread superstitious beliefs and practices in our society. The play was Written and Directed by Mrs. A. Nagarkoti & Ms. R. Verma. The Costumes and Props designed by Mrs. A. Chaudhary and Shlokas were sung by Dr. Manoj Gupta

    “Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder”. However charming someone may seem to be, it is not their outside facade you should be looking at but what lies below it.

    Portraying this was the middle school play “Beauty and the Beast” where beautiful Belle changed a beast into a handsome Prince through her unconditional love. The play has been Written and Directed by Mrs. Soma Chakraborty and Props Created by Mrs. R. Dwivedi.

    Our Senior School student presented the play ‘The Sound of Music’.

    The Sound of Music is a 1965 American musical drama film produced and directed by Robert Wise and starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.

    The play was staged and Directed by our Vice Principal, Ms. Michelle Ann Gardner. The Costumes were created and designed by Mrs. Seema Singh and Mrs. Reema Saklani. The music directed by our music teacher Mr. Santosh Thapa and multimedia presentation done by Ashish Dhyani, student of Class XII.

    A vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. R.V. Gardner, President, St. Jude’s School and thus concluded another memorable day for both our Teachers and Students.

  • St. Jude's School Wins the Times Doon Shield 2016 (Inter School Cricket Challenge Trophy) for the Second Time

    Sunday, May 8, 2016

    It was a big day again for the young players of St. Jude’s School competing for the Times Doon Shield Inter-School Cricket Challenge Tournament.. Joseph’s Academy. St. Jude’s gauged the enormity of the situation and put in a dominant batting bowling performance to outclass St. Joseph’s Academy by 36 runs. St. Jude’s School clinched the Times Doon Shield Inter School Cricket Challenge this year too. St. Jude’s School won the toss and elected to bat first and made 125 runs. Aryan Dhulia and Khusro Qazi of St. Jude’s School played brilliantly and made 35 and 28 runs respectively. In reply to this St. Joseph’s Academy team got out in just 89 runs. Dharmesh Bijalawan and Khusro Qazi of St. Jude’s School took 4 and 3 wickets respectively in the innings. Aryan Dhulia of St. Jude’s School was adjudged the Man of the Match. For All Round Performance in the tournament, Vinayak of St. Joseph’s Academy was given Man of the Series Trophy. Dharmesh Bijalwan of St. Jude’s School won the Best Bowler Award for taking nine wickets in the tournament.

  • Investiture Ceremony 2016-17

    Friday, May 6, 2016

    “Do not follow where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail” - Hard & R Mc Alinden

    A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. Leaders are much like eagles. They do not flock and are found tackling problems single handedly.

    The Investiture Ceremony denotes investment in being leaders and the trust and confidence we repose in newly invested office bearers for the involvement of students’ community in the smooth functioning of the School.

    On the 5th of May, 2016, the much awaited Investiture Ceremony for the year 2016-17 took place at St. Jude’s School.

    Present on the occasion were Principal, Mrs. V.R. Gardner, St. Jude’s School, Vice Principal, Ms. M. Gardner, Coordinators, House Masters, House Mistresses and teachers. The presence of the parents of our newly appointed Prefects made this defining moment memorable for all.

    The following students were chosen to lead the St. Jude’s Students Community

    School Captain (Girl) Akshita Lakhiwal

    School Captain (Boy) Raahul Singh

    School Sports Captain Tenzin Thardoe

    GARDNER HOUSE PREFECTS

    1. Sara Bhardwaj

    2. Sanya Jethi

    3. Agraj Nagarkoti

    4. Abhiraj Lamba

    HOWARD HOUSE PREFECTS

    1. Somya Bisht

    2. Guneet Kaur

    3. Mudit Dhauta

    4. Ritwik Thakur

    KHANNA HOUSE PREFECTS

    1. Anushka Chadha

    2. Anjali Goyal

    3. Kushagra Dhingra

    4. Sahil Khan

    LYONS HOUSE PREFECTS

    1. Muktawali Bhatt

    2. Asma Siddiqui

    3. Vineesh Thakur

    4. Kartik Sharma

    Our Vice-Principal, Ms. M. Gardner administered the oath of office. The office – bearers took their oath after which they were adorned with their badges and House Colours.

    The young leaders vowed that they would carry out their duties with dedication and commitment. Songs sung by Kushagra added the grandeur of the event.

    Mrs. V.R. Gardner, Principal, St. Jude’s School in her speech enthused our young leaders’ to uphold the values of school and to keep ‘St. Jude’s School’ flag flying high. A special tea for all followed.

  • 5th St. Jude’s Premier League (Junior Boys Indoor Cricket Tournament 2016)

    Tuesday, April 26, 2016

    St. Jude’s School is organizing the 5th St. Jude’s Premier League Junior Boys Indoor Cricket Tournament 2016, for students studying in Class VIII and below. Eight schools are participating in the tournament and are divided into two pools.

    Day 1: Two matches have been played

    The First Inaugural Match of Pool-A was played between St. Thomas’ College (STC) and Summer Valley School (SVS). Summer Valley School won the toss and elected to bowl first. St. Thomas’ College made 39 runs for no loss in the 1st inning and 35 runs for 5 wickets in the 2nd innings. The total score of St. Thomas’ College was 74 runs. In reply to this Summer Valley School made 18 runs for 6 wickets in 1st inning and 14 runs for 6 wickets in 2nd innings. The total score of Summer Valley School score was 32 runs. St. Thomas’ College won the match by 42 runs. Shubham Bhandari (23 runs) and Tuhsar (1 wicket) of St. Thomas’ College were declared the top scorer and the top wickets taker respectively.

    The Second Match of Pool-B was played between St. Jude’s School (SJS) and New Doon Blossoms School (NDBS). NDBS won the toss and elected to bat first. NDBS made 12 runs for 6 wickets in 1st inning and 20 runs for 5 wickets in 2nd inning. NDBS made 32 runs in both the innings. In reply to this St. Jude’s School made 38 runs for 5 wickets in 1st inning and won the match by an inning and 6 runs. Ayush Nautiyal (12 runs) and Sachin (1 wicket) of St. Jude’s School were declared the top scorer and the top wickets taker respectively.

  • St. Jude's School celebrated 21st Annual Speech & Prize Day 2014-15

    Saturday, May 9, 2015

    This year the 9th of May 2015, saw St. Jude’s School come alive on the occasion of its 21st Annual Speech and Prize Day 2015. Our Chief Guest for the occasion was Maj. General Shammi Sabharwal (General Officer Commanding, HQ Uttarakhand Sub Area) and Mrs. Sabharwal. Present on the occasion were Mr. R.V. Gardner, MLA, Principal, St. Thomas College, Mr. G.I.G. Mann, Principal, Carman School, Dalanwala, Col. A.K. Pundir, Principal, Constancia School, Mr. D. Hilton, Principal, Hilton School and other esteemed guests.

    Our Chief Guest Maj. General Shammi Sabharwal in his motivating speech said parents must allow their children to choose career of their choice, children along with studies must lead well balanced lives. He appreciated the efforts of the teaching, non-teaching staff and every individual who had contributed in making the annual day a resounding success.

    Mrs. V.R. Gardner, Principal, St. Jude’s School in her Annual Report specified how well our school had done academically inspite of its large numbers. Today St. Jude’s School has on its Roll 3557 students. She also wished all present a happy Mother’s Day.

    The evening began with the Academic Procession which was the most awaited moment for the students. The following deserved the accolades they received:

    SCHOLAR OF ICSE AMBESH SINGH CHAUHAN

    PRIDE OF ST. JUDE’S SCHOOL (BOY): VARUN GUPTA

    PRIDE OF ST. JUDE’S SCHOOL (GIRL): INA RAYAL

    SCHOLAR OF ISC : LALIT SINGH RAWAT

    ARCHIT KOHLI MEMORIAL SHIELD (BEST ALL ROUND STUDENT IN PRIMARY SECTION): URVASHI BASKANDI (II – A)

    HOWARD SHIELD (BEST ALL ROUND STUDENT – VI to VIII):ANUSKHA PARIDA (VII – B)

    WRIGHT CUP (BEST ALL ROUND BOY STUDENT – IX to XII):ROMIL SHARMA

    LAWRENCE CUP (BEST ALL ROUND STUDENT – III to V):NEAL GARDNER

    MICHELLE’S CUP FOR EXCELLENCE (BEST ALL ROUND GIRL STUDENT): MOHINI VISHNOI

    The cultural programme commenced with a spectacular dance. An empowering performance choreographed by Mr. Wilson Lakra. Popular Songs like ‘You decorated my life…’, ‘From this moment on…’, You’ll never walk alone…’ and the Sound of Silence…’ cast its magic on the audience and were sung by our very talented students.

    The tiny tots performance from Nursery to Class two charmed the audience, when they danced to the tunes of various songs. This enthralling performance was conceived by Mrs. G. Kohli and Choreographed by Mrs. H. Bansal, Ms. P. Nagarkoti and Mr. Wilson Lakra

    ‘Billu Ke Hasen Sapne’, a Hindi comedy play by the students of Classes III – V portrayed a young boy’s dream of becoming a Bollywood Star, entertained everyone. This play was conceived by Mrs. V.R. Gardner, Principal, St. Jude’s School, Written & Directed by Mrs. A. Nagarkoti, Ms. R. Verma and Mrs. A. Chaudhary.

    To inspire the young generation to go back to reading story books and novels, students of Classes VI – VIII staged Enid Blyton’s ‘The Famous Five’. The play depicted the coming together of the famous gang of brothers and sisters as they witness an adventurous trip on the Kirrin Island. The play was Written and Directed by Mr. Amitosh Singh, Costumes designed by Mrs. R. Dwivedi, Mrs. M. Singh, Mrs. N. Chaudhary, Props created by Mrs. A. Gupta, Mrs. R. Purohit, Ms. L. Barrett, Mrs. A. Bhatia and Mrs. S. Thakur.

    The most riveting performance which drew an unceasing applause was the Senior School Play – ‘Don’t Let Go’. This simple story was meant to ignite an interest in space in the mind of the young. The play put acorss the following thoughts in the year 2015 our planets population is growing and our resources are becoming less, our planet is already showing signs of disaster, global warming, changes in weather patterns, new diseases and plague. Mans greed and inability to bring about positive change is allowing our planet to spiral on a path that seems to be headed for disaster …so the message of the play was, it is now time for the youth, to read and understand the stars above us. Along with dreaming of becoming doctors and engineers it is now time to develop an interest in astronomy.

    The play was written, produced and directed by the Vice Principal, Ms. Michelle Gardner. The dances were choreographed by Ms. S. Kukreja. The Costumes and Props were created and designed by Mrs. Seema Singh and Mrs. Reema Saklani.

    A vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. R.V. Gardner, President, St. Jude’s School

  • ST. JUDE'S SCHOOL WON THE TIMES DOON SHIELD 2015 (Inter School Cricket Challenge)

    Sunday, May 3, 2015

    It was a big day for the young players competing for the Times Doon Shield. Spectators thronged the Abhimanyu Cricket Academy to witness the final match between St. Joseph’s Academy and St. Jude’s School. St. Jude’s gauged the enormity of the situation better and put in a dominant batting bowling performance to outclass St. Joseph’s Academy by 3 wickets. St. Jude’s School clinched the Times Doon Shield Inter School Cricket Challenge. The match went up to the last over where St. Jude’s School needed five runs from the over, which St. Jude’s comfortably got. St. Joseph’s won the toss and elected to bat first, but the team could make only 117 runs before they were bundled out in 18.5 overs. Romil Sharma the captain of St. Jude played a captain’s knock, staying not out to chase the target.

    Romil Sharma won the Man of the Match Trophy and Priyank Singh won the Man of the Match at the Semi Finals.

  • Spring Fest & Easter Parade

    Friday, April 17, 2015

    Primary School celebrated Easter

  • 14th Archit Kohli Memorial Talent Search Competition

    Friday, January 30, 2015

    VOCAL CATEGORY

    Position Name Class & Section

    1st Anshita Singh KG – C

    2nd Srijan Devrari KG - B

    3rd Aaryan Goyal KG - B

    INSTRUMENTAL CATEGORY

    Position Name Class & Section

    1st Aditya Rawat II – D

    2nd Mathew James I – D

    3rd Anshraj S. Sondhi II - D

    DANCE CATEGORY

    Position Name Class & Section

    1st Soumya Chettri II – B

    2nd Shambhavi II – D

    3rd Roshni Gupta I - C

  • Middle School Inter Class Chart Competition 2015

    Friday, January 30, 2015

    THE RESULTS

    VI–A : 1st, VI–C : 2nd | VII–B : 1st, VII–A : 2nd | VIII–D : 1st, VIII–C : 2nd

  • Sr. School (Class IX & XI) Inter Class Chart Competition 2015

    Thursday, January 29, 2015

    Class IX Science A : 1st & Class IX Science C : 2nd Class XI Commerce A : 1st & Class XI Science B : 2nd

  • Our Principal Mrs. V.R. Gardner Celebrates 50 years of teaching...

    Monday, December 29, 2014

    Our Principal Mrs. V.R. Gardner celebrating her 50 glorious years in Teaching Profession

  • St. Jude's wins Overall Trophy at 'Spectrum' Singing Competition

    Thursday, November 13, 2014

    An Inter-School Singing Competition (Spectrum 2014) was organized by St. Thomas’ College today, as part of the ongoing School festival, \"Spectrum - 2014\". Six schools participated, namely St. Joseph’s Academy, Carman School, Dalanwala, Carman School, Premnagar, St. Jude’s School, Raja Rammohan Roy Academy and St. Thomas’ College.

    The programme was held under three categories, English Solo Singing, Hindi Duet Singing and English Choir Singing. The singers were restricted songs only from the 1980 to 1990 era, which added a twist to the competition.

    The entire campus vibrated with the melodious songs presented by the participants and the music was further embellished with a mesmerizing performance of background dancers colorfully dressed.

    Arzoo Siddiqui of St. Jude’s School was declared the winner and the runner-up was Anushay Greene of St. Thomas College in the Solo Category, Devika. In the Group Category, Carman School, Premnagar was declared winner and St. Jude’s School, the Runner-up.

    The overall winner trophy was given to St. Jude’s School and the runner-up was St. Joseph’s Academy.

    Chief Guest Dr. M. Chacko, Principal of PT Seminary College gave an inspiring speech to the students and distributed the prizes to the winners.

    The vote of thanks was delivered by Mr. R.V. Gardner, MLA & Principal St. Thomas’ College.

  • SJS Celebrates its 20th Annual Sports & PT Display

    Saturday, November 8, 2014

    St. Jude’s School celebrated its 20th Annual Sports and PT Display on Saturday the 8th of November 2014. This year the theme for the Sports Day was World Peace. The environment of the School since morning was vibrant, one could see students and teachers decorating their house tents. Support staff sprinkling water on the field and PTI’s giving the final touch to the tracks. By noon Parents and Guest began arriving. It was a treat to everyone’s eyes to see the mothers dressed in their best attires and the enthusiastic fathers waiting eagerly for the performances of their children. All this added gaiety to the already exuberant environment of the school.

    The programme began with the welcoming of the Chief Guest, Mr. Amit Prasad, DIG, ITBP, Dehradun by Mr. R.V. Gardner, the President of the St. Jude’s School. It was followed by the spectacular march past to the tune “Make me a Channel of your Peace” by the students of Classes III to V. Students from classes VI to XII then walked in a Carnival like procession depicting the various aspects of World Peace like Destruction Banned, World Peace – Brotherhood, Peace among the Nation of the World etc.

    The opening march past by the Senior School was perfect. Marching squads of all four houses marched in perfect unison which made the task of judging extremely difficult.

    The next event was Yoga display that saw the Yogis of Classes IV to X celebrating the completion of 20 years of St. Jude’s School. These Yogis through different asanas depicted the significance of the letters SJS.

    Soon after the Yoga display the enthusiasts of Class III in their colourful outfits presented a P.T. display “Together We Can” with Tambourines of different colours signifying harmony and brotherhood.

    This event was followed by 50mtrs Flat Race, ‘Caterpillar Race’ and 100Mtrs Skipping Race. The next event a P.T. Display by the students of Classes IV and V was based on the theme ‘May Peace Reign Supreme’ and was appreciated by the Guest and the spectators alike.

    The environment of St. Jude’s School once again becomes very vibrant as the next event the ‘Tug-O-War’ between Howard House and Gardner House forced everyone on the ground to stand and cheer. In this battle of strength Gardner House emerged more powerful and victorious. The event was followed by the excellent Karate Display by the students of Classes III to VIII where girls deftly depicted how well the school has prepared them to face this unsafe World.

    The P.T. Display “And the World Will Act as One” by the students of Classes VI to VIII conveyed the message of Universal brotherhood. Flags of different countries were carried by each child. The P.T. display concluded with a special prayer for World Peace. The Pyramids formed by all four houses were spectacular.

    Now was the time when some children who sometime struggle in class with studies were patted and congratulated by their teachers for their excellent performances on the field. Their parents and classmates also felt proud as these winners of the various races moved towards the victory stand.

    It was now time for the Grand Finale in which Thaddeusians who have made St. Jude’s proud by their performances this year at Inter School District and State level, ran on the track with a torch to be handed to the Principal Mrs. V.R. Gardner.

    The final event was the synchronized closing march past of the students of Classes IX to XII.

    The Chief Guest Mr. Amit Prasad in his inspiring speech said that education is no more confined within the walls of the classroom. For the holistic development of a child’s personality Sports and other activities play a very significant role. He emphasized that these activities make students physically and mentally fit for this competitive World. He congratulated all the participants for their whole hearted efforts.

    This mega event was followed by the Prize distribution ceremony where medals and trophies were given to the winners by Mrs. Rinka Prasad. Mrs. V.R. Gardner delivered her Vote of Thanks speech, thanking the Chief Guest and Parents for sparing their precious time and making this event a grand success.

    To grace this occasion were also present Mr. R.V. Gardner, President St. Jude’s School, Principal St. Thomas’ College and MLA. Ms. Michelle Gardner, Vice Principal, St. Jude’s School. Mr. Kalra, Principal, Guru Nanak Academy, Mrs. J.Kumar, Principal, Carman School, Prem Nagar, Lt. Col. Pundir, Principal, Constancia School, Mrs. Chitra Gupta, Principal, Modus Academy, Mrs. Sonee Paul, Principal, Zion School.

  • SJS wins the Inter School Council Dance and Singing Competition in the Folk Dance Category (Seniors)

    Saturday, October 18, 2014

    St. Judes won the Inter School Council Dance and Singing Competition in the Folk Dance Category (Seniors) hosted by Carman Day & Residential School, Prem Nagar, Dehradun

  • SJS - Science & Computer Day

    Thursday, October 16, 2014

    From the 13th to the 16th of October St. Jude’s School organized a Science and Computer Day for Middle and Senior School. Classes VI to XII participated in this annual event. In the Middle School Category – Raunak Singh Arora of Class VII- E attained first position for his project on a Motion Boat. Zara Khan of VII-A came second with her model on a 3 bottle fountain without a motor. Jeet Sherawat & Tanishk Yadav made a model on Solar Boat friction and bagged the third prize. In the Computer Day contest (Middle School) the first position was given to Eshaan Chaturvedi of Class VIII-D for his self created animated movie. The second position was attained by Jeet Singh Rawat of Class VI-E for his project on Global Warming. Tanmay Rawat of Class VIII-D came third with his project on the Food Chain.

    In the Senior School Category - Rahul Singh of Class Xth Sci-A attained the first position for his project model on Non Newtonian Fluid & Spectroscope. There was a tie for the second position, Vishu, Ambesh & Jaskirat of Class X Sci. A presented their project on Testa Coil whereas Yashanshi Gupta of XII Sci-B presented her model on Potato Osmosis. There was again a tie for third position as well, Prakher, Tejasvi & Vaibhav of Class XI Sci.-A presented a model on a Sewage Plant and Arpit Pandey of Class XI Sc. B presented his project on the Dialysis System. In the Computer Day contest for Senior School – There was a tie between Hrithik Chauhan of XI Sci.B & Ritwik Gupta of XI Sc.-A for the first position. Hrithik Chauhan of Class XI Sci. B made his project on Invoicing whereas Ritwik Gupta made his project on Banking. Naman Jain and Utkarsh Gupta of Class XII Sc.-B were awarded second position for their project on Addiction and Ashish Dhyani of Class X Sc.-A for his project on a Quiz. The third position was given to Aditya Singh of Class XI Com. B for his project on Save Girls.

  • SJS wins the Inter School Council Dance and Singing Competition in the Western Dance Category (Juniors)

    Thursday, October 2, 2014

    St. Judes School won the Inter School Council Dance and Singing Competition in Western Dance Category (Juniors) hosted by Carman Day & Residential School, Dalanwala. Mrs. M. Saxena, Principal Touch Wood School was the Chief Guest.

  • St. Jude's Takes Steps To Make Our Prime Minister Vision Come True

    Wednesday, October 1, 2014

    Inspired by the Prime Ministers vision, the students of St. Jude’s volunteered on the 1st of October 2014 to take the first few steps in a drive to help the needy, helpless and destitute residents of the Valley and also to help clean their surroundings.

    Parents and Children willingly and wholeheartedly donated rice, pulses, sugar, spices and blankets for people who are in the dire need of our help. The areas targeted were ‘Touching Lives’ in Tapovan Enclave and ‘Leprosy Colony’ at Rest Camp, Dehradun.

    Two team with the following teachers, Ms. Michelle Gardner, Mr. K. Sundriyal, Mr. Jeetpal Singh, Mr. Rakesh Singh, Mr. A.K. Pant, Mr. R. Bhatt, Mr. Tindale and our Students distributed goods collected over the past 4 months to the needy.

    Students keen to participate in Prime Minister Mr. Modi’s Clean India Campaign made posters and banners with powerful slogans. These were made to help make Doonites aware of the importance of Cleanliness. These posters will be put up at the ISBT and the areas around our School.

    We hope that this little effort of ours will help to change the mindset of our people. Each one of us must begin taking our first few steps to better our nation. Our problems are complex and only efforts by each individual will help bring about the change India requires.

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  • ST. JUDE’S SCHOOL INTER HOUSE DANCE COMPETITION 2017
  • Milestone 2017
  • Brain Strain Quiz 2017
  • Rendezvous Quiz 2017
  • Friendly Indoor Cricket Match between St. Jude's Staff and St. Thomas' Staff
  • ST. JUDE’S SCHOOL – 23rd ANNUAL SPEECH AND PRIZE DAY 2017
  • St. Jude’s School wins the 6th St. Jude’s Premier League (Inter School Junior Boys Indoor Crick
  • Spring Parade 2017
  • English Play (Middle School) 2016-17

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