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Frank Anthony All India Inter School Debate CompetitionOn the 24th of September, 2015, the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) had organized the National Finals of the prestigious Frank Anthony Memorial All-India Inter School Debate Competition. The debate was held in Carman School, Dehradun. This debate, which is held every year, is conducted in 3 rounds – the Preliminary Regional round, followed by the Zonal and finally the Nationals. There are two categories – Category I for seniors and Category II for the juniors. This year, Loyola School managed to reach and National Finals in both the categories and secure the 1st Runners-Up and the 2nd Runners-Up position in Categories I and II respectively. 

Events and Competitions

The Frank Anthony Memorial All India Inter School Debate

Loyola proved its mettle once again as it won the Stage - II of the prestigious Frank Anthony Memorial All India Inter School Debate Competition in both the Senior and Junior categories - thereby qualifying for the national finals to be held in Carman Residential and Day School, Dehradun on the 24th of September. 

We were represented by Ritwik Mehta (XII) and Muskan Mascharak (XI) in Category-I which was for the seniors. The competition was held at KSMS, Sakchi and the topic given to them was - ‘The purpose of society has lost its significance.’ A total of 8 schools from 5 states had participated out of which Loyola was declared the best team. Ritwik Mehta was also awarded the 1st Runners-Up Speaker Position. 

Nadia and Rebecca sweep the Loyoleans off their feet!!

Come April and it was time for the annual visit of two teachers from Oriel High School in Sussex, United Kingdom.

Farah Nadia Nathani and Rebecca Jane White, the former a Computer Teacher and the latter an English teacher, visited Loyola School from 7th April to 11th April 2014 as part of a reciprocal exchange visit programme funded by the British Council.

Visiting teachers from Oriel High School, UK

Loyola School is celebrating internationalism and globalization. The school has formed a thriving partnership with Oriel High School in Crawley, United Kingdom, and the students are on a roll with loads of international and intercultural activities to keep them engaged.

Two teachers from Oriel High School came to Loyola School on an exchange visit. The partnership has been funded by the British Council as part of the Connecting Classrooms Reciprocal Visit Programme. The purpose of the visit is to share the best practices with each other.

Mr. Nerurkar breaking ground

Loyola School has never stayed back in promoting new avenues for the all round development of its students. An important feature of the school’s facilities is the Fasy Auditorium. The auditorium, named after one of the founders of the school, Fr. Carrol Fasy, has seen generations of Loyoleans take centre stage and prove their mettle. The auditorium, a legend in itself has been home to an array of events showcasing the best talents from not only Loyola, but also the country. To keep up with the increasing demands for conducting large scale events, the idea of a new and larger auditorium was conceived.