Motto of the School:
Education for Peace, Progress & Prosperity.
The Capuchin Friars who are the followers of St. Francis of Assisi, who was born in Italy in the year 1181 and dedicated his entire life living and propagating the Universal Brotherhood, have drawn inspiration from their founder to live and work for the same brotherhood and to become instruments of Peace. Hence the motto of our school is “Education for Peace, Progress & Prosperity”.  Read more...

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1ANNUAL DAY CELEBRATION OF INFANT JESUS SCHOOL
On Saturday, 16th December 2017; a day of celebration for Infant Jesus School as it was all set to celebrate its 13th School Annual Day. Rev.Fr.Robin Victor OFM Cap. Administrator of Holy Trinity Province presided over the function. The Chief Guest of the day was Rev.Fr.Patrick Joannes Rao PRO of Chikmaglur Diocese. The Guests of Honour were Rev.Fr.Deepak, Superior of Infant Jesus Nivas and PTA members Shri Ramesh and Ravi Paul. The programme began with a prayer dance followed by lighting of the lamp. Rev.Fr.Andrew Jayraj, Vice-Principal formally welcomed the eminent guests. Rev.Fr.Godwin, The principal, presented the School Annual Report. This was followed by the prize distribution ceremony. Meritorious students and toppers of class X ICSE and SSLC exam were felicitated on the occasion. The students of Infant Jesus made the evening more colourful and memorable through dance, skit, drama and Christmas tableau. Rev.Fr.Amar Lobo proposed the vote of thanks and expressed gratitude to all who made this great event a success.
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Annual Sports Meet @ Infant Jesus School
“The moment of victory is much too short to live for that and nothing else”. [Martina Navratilova, tennis player".
Apart from commerating victories, sports meet also aim at imparting lessons on sportsman spirit and camaraderie to children. The annual sports meet was held at Infant Jesus School on 25th November.Rev.Fr. Baptist Gonsalves OFM Cap was the Chief Guest of the ceremony. The chief guest hoisted the flag signalling the start of the sports meet, followed by the March past and Oath taking ceremony. Chief Guest Rev.Fr. Baptist Gonsalves addressed the students, highlighting the importance of sport and games in each student’s life. After the opening ceremony, group wise competitions were held for the students. The day was filled with exciting victories and near misses for the groups.
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Kids Day out @ Infant Jesus School
On Nov.17th, the staff and students of infant Jesus School from class LKG-3rd std., went for picnic to Blue mist Resorts at Mullayanagiri. The students enjoyed the nature and environment. Teachers conducted various games, sang and danced with the students. Lunch and refreshments were served to all students. It was not just the picnic, but a platform for all students and teachers to enjoy the beauty of nature and absorb all its blessings.
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Children's fest @ Infant Jesus School
Children are loved by one and all. They win our hearts with their innocent smiles. Children’s fest was celebrated with fun and frolic at Infant Jesus School on November 14th. It was a fun filled day for the students. The teachers made the day very special, as they had a lot of fun filled activities lined for them. The day began with inaugural of the Children’s fest. Rev. Fr. John Peter OFM Cap was the chief guest and inaugurated the programme by lighting the lamp. He also addressed the students.  After the inaugural programme varieties of cultural competitions such as group dance, fancy dress, best out of waste, Rongoli and cooking without fire were held. Students actively participated in the competitions and won the prizes. In the afternoon, teachers entertained students by presenting a variety of entertainment programme. The school campus was buzzing with excitement and joy colourfully dressed children. It was just the end of the day, but the flavour of the event was absorbed by each and every one.
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