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Yearbook 2015-16

Published by


24 Asad Avenue, Mohammadpur

Dhaka 1207, Bangladesh

Tel. +88 02 9115200

Website: www.sfxghis.com

© S.F.X Greenherald International School

Published on: December, 2016

Editing: Magazine Committee Members

Photography: Joy Nicholas Francis, Liberty T. Costa and Zubair Ali Khan Lodi

Few Images from Internet

Design: Domion Neuton Penheiro

Print: Color Horizon, Dhaka

In Memory of

Cathrine R. Rozario

Born: 19 December,1969

Died: 24 March, 2016

Ms. Cathrine Romoni Rozario was born in a

respectable Catholic family on 19 December,1969 in

Nagori Parish. She served Greenherald Evening

Charity School for nearly 20 years from 1997 to 2016.

She was quiet, gentle, cheerful, pleasing and

possessed a friendly personality. Ms. Cathrine was a

dedicated teacher & shared her talents and gifts with all

the students and loved them dearly. She had mutual

understanding and good relationship with all the sisters

and teachers. We thank God for her wonderful life and

dedicated service to the under-privileged children.

Her untimely demise is a great loss for the Evening

Charity School. We pray for her departed soul May.

God give her eternal rest in peace in heaven.


Sr. Mary Barbara McLaughlin, RNDM

Dr. H. M. Sen Gupta


Rukhsana Nazir


"The quality of Mercy is not strained

It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven

Upon the place beneath. It is twice blest;

It blesseth him that gives and him that takes …"

- William Shakespeare


My dear readers,

The theme of this year's Yearbook is 'Mercy'. When I picked up the pen to write a few

words to you, the famous lines of the bard came to my mind, written centuries ago, yet

so relevant today.

When we consider ourselves individually, we are members of our families. On a wider

perspective we belong to institutions, communities and are citizens of our country. What

do we expect from our fellow citizens? Compassion, love, understanding, forgiveness

and mercy. Since time immemorial, the sages have spoken about these qualities. At GH,

we give importance to humane qualities along with academic excellence.

Dear readers, the more we care for the happiness of others, the greater is our own sense

of well-being. Let us learn to forgive and be merciful. Only then can we claim to be the

best creation of God.

Let us join hands and show mercy. Together we can make this world a beautiful place for

ourselves and our descendants.

With warm wishes

Rahat Nilofer

Provincial's Message

Iam really delighted to know that this year SFX

Greenherald International School is going to

publish their school magazine 2015-2016.

Congratulations and best wishes dear sisters,

teachers, staffs and students for your initiative to

publish magazine. I also came to know that the

theme of this magazine is "Mercy". Pope Francis

declared year-2016 the Year of Mercy. "Mercy is

kindness exercised toward the miserable and

includes pity, compassion, forbearance, and

gentleness, which the Scriptures so abundantly

ascribe to God." - Charles Hodge.

Pope Francis mentioned in one of his homily about God's Mercy-God's

patience has to call forth in us the courage to return to Him, however

many mistakes and sins there may be in our life. ... My merit is God's

mercy. I am by no means lacking merits as long as He is rich in mercy.

If the mercies of the Lord are manifold, I too will abound in merits." -

Homily on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 7, 2013

Our God is a merciful God. Whatever mistake we have made, if we

come to Him with repentant heart He forgives us immediately. If God is

merciful and patient with us all the time, it is our duty to pray to him

always to grant us His mercy and patience in all times of our troubles

and desperations.

Moreover, Pope Francis encouraged the youth to continue "to be

dreamers [who] believe in a new humanity, one that rejects hatred

between peoples, one that refuses to see borders as barriers".

Through education only we can cultivate the value of mercy-kindness or

pity…We learn how to help others from our merciful heart. Formal and

Non-Formal education is the main service for our Congregation of Our

Lady of the Missions. Our Mother Foundress Euphrasie Barbier

felt the need of our people particularly for the education of

women. Therefore, Mother Euphrasie as soon as she reached in

Chittagong, she and other sisters started to learn Bengali and

Hindi languages in order to teach the girls. Our Mother realized

that only education can change the society. Education is a

process of inviting truth and possibility. It is grounded in a desire

that at all may flourish and share in life. It is a cooperative and

inclusive activity that looks to help people to live their lives as well

as they can. Education is the one of the best ways to nurture to

be a merciful to others.

A person will be a merciful person through her/his education in

the school, particularly through our Greenherald School, where

students learn not only intellectual knowledge but also learn and

practice different values in their lives. Therefore, we really feel

very proud of you dear students that you are receiving an allround

formation/education where you particularly learn and

practice how to be a merciful person in our society and above all

in our country and world at large.

Once again I congratulate you dear Sisters, Teachers, Staffs and

Students for your dedication and commitment to the Education in

our Greenherald International School. May our Merciful God

bless you all and our school abundantly.

Sister Supriti Bibiana Costa, RNDM

Provincial of Bangladesh Province

Message from the Principal

Iam delighted to say a few words to you whenever I get a chance, my

beloved students. The 2015-2016 magazine is ready for publication,

thanks to your tireless efforts, which is an achievement in itself. It is

obvious that you have done a lot of hard work throughout the year. The

theme of this year's magazine is Mercy. The quality of mercy is

undoubtedly the noblest of all virtues. The merciful God is Himself the

source and inspiration for all to become merciful. The theme of mercy is

very appropriate as we find ourselves in a world of increasing inhumanity.

It is one of the darkest moments we are experiencing and we must focus

to see the light, which only mercy and compassion can bring.

In Greenherald, we are trying to cultivate an atmosphere of

understanding, acceptance, tolerance and mercy. Differences in faith

make us richer in knowledge, wisdom and culture. It is this diversity that

makes us unique and united.

Dear parents and guardians, we need to be vigilant against any

negative instincts that create division. Let us help our children develop

a positive vision and create a perfect world where we will remain "one"

cherishing and celebrating our differences. Where we believe that we

are all in this life together. Let us strive for a world which has no

boundaries or divisions.

Dear parents, please take good care of your God-given children. Give

them the guidance, the right kind of information, which could mould

them into good human beings. Give them a chance to develop their full

potential later in life. Make sure they are receiving love, affection and

appreciation from the family but not at the cost of being over indulgent.

Correct them and reprimand them when necessary. Respect and

reward them when they deserve it but above all, help them to build selfconfidence

and self-esteem. Empower them and let them make the

right choices in their lives.

A family is the most important institution in society which is

charged with guiding young people to become productive and

successful citizens. Take a genuine interest in their lives and talk

about the changes, the feelings, the struggles, the surprises, the

dreams and the joys of growing up. Help them develop a respect

for life, teach them how to cherish themselves and understand the

importance and beauty of reaching out to the fellow human beings

irrespective of their faith, cast and creed.

I would like to end by reminding you all that “love, mercy and

compassion are necessities, not luxuries; without them humanity

cannot survive”. May our merciful God bless us in our pursuit to

gaining virtue and knowledge.

Thank you

Sr. Virginia Asha Gomes, RNDM

Principal & CIE Local Secretary

School Anthem

‘T was in the year 71

That Independence had been won

And Bangladesh became a new land!

The skies were heavenly blue

When we reached year '72

And S.F.X. Greenherld took its stand!

Oh, Greenherald, we love you

Oh, Greenherald, we owe you

May we always bear your name

Never cease to keep your fame

And shine with gifts that you have helped us gain!

As we stand here all as one

May our lives, which have begun

Never cease to praise our God and heavenly King

And with V.K. as our guide

Let us always firmly strive

To keep our hearts alive so let us sing

Oh, Greenherald, we love you

Oh, Greenherald, we owe you

May we always bear your name

Never cease to keep your fame

And shine with gifts that you have helped us gain!

Lyrics & Tune

Sr. Mary Imelda, RNDM

Music arranged by

Shantha Gunasekera

Composed by

Timir Nandy

Written & composed on 10.06.1997



Sr. Virginia Asha Gomes, RNDM

Principal & CIE Local Secretary

Sr. Mary Michelle, RNDM

In-charge - KG Section

Sr. Amala I. Rozario RNDM

Assistant In-charge - KG Sec.

Sr. Mary Barbara McLaughlin, RNDM

In-charge - Junior Section

Sr. Maria G. Gomes, RNDM

Assistant In-charge - Junior Sec.

Sr. Ruma C. Costa, RNDM

Assistant In-charge - A Level

Sr. Gracie M. Gomes, RNDM

In-charge - Senior Sec.

Sr. Mohini Pathang, RNDM

In-charge Account Section

Sr. Jacqueline L. Gomes, RNDM

Assistant In-charge - Senior Sec.

Sr. Sume Costa, RNDM

In-charge - Evening Charity School

Sr. Reba V. D'Costa, RNDM

In-charge - A Level

Sr. Lourdes Mary Rozario, RNDM

Assistant In-charge - Evening Charity School



Administrative Staff

Amol T. Gomes

Bablu Robin D’ Rozario

Emmanuel D’Costa

Josna Jakela Mrong


Liton Anthony Rozario

Noorjahan Islam Luna

Shyamol Gomes



A.K.M. Ekramullah

Abdullah AL Mamun

Ali Hossain Kaiser

Amy J.Gonzalves

Anzumanara Haque

Archana Sil

Bayezied Badal

Carmel Gomes

Catherine Panday

Cecilia Sangeeta Rodrick

Christella N. Quiah




Cyril Topno

Chandra Mohan Roy

Daniel Hasdak

David Mondol



David Rajib Rozario Deepok H. Gomes Dominic Ranjon Gomes Domion Neuton Penheiro

Dr. H. M. Sen Gupta Dr. Gopal Chandra Devnath Dr. Mohammad Rezaur Rhaman Dr. Rabindra Nath Das


Duke P. Rozario

Evans Mario Quiah

Farzana Islam

Faysal Hossain

Gloria Das Gopal Chandra Das Humayra Reza Khan Jacqueline Francine Shaha

Jacinta Baroi Jacinta D’Costa John Ajoy Purification John Paul Gomes




Julian Malcolm Mendez

Joy Nicholas Francis

Kabita Maryzen Karmakar

Kakon Teresa Corraya


Khairun Nahar Karim Laura Samad Khondaker Lawrence D’Adhikary Liberty T. Costa

Mahafuza Arief Manuel Sarker Maria Roy Massud Elahi



Md. Enayet Hossain

Md. Golam Sharower

Md. Toufique Hossain

Mildread K. Howlader

Mohammad Yaqub Moshiur Reza Khan Muriel Gomes Nahid Zinath Jahan

Nargis Rahman Nawreen Zaka Naushaba Khan Palash Kundu




Partha Sharathi Devnath

Pijush Kanti Tarafdar

Pranesh David Pereira

Promila Corraya


Qazi Musarrat Fateema Rahat Nilofer Razia Ali Rimi Costa

Rinku Costa Ronald Cruz Ruma Treza Costa Rukhsana Nazir



Sabir Hossain

Sandra M. Gomes

Sarwat Junaid

Scholastica K. Pereira

Shabana Nizam Shahadat Molla Shahana Ahmed Shahana Akhtar

Shamima Ara Asha Shamim Ara Panna Shariful Anwar Shazia Khan




Shemanto A Costa

Shilpy Roy

Shyma Ali

Sonchay Stanley Rozario



Suma M. Rebeiro Sushantho A Gomes Syeda Sadaf Jalal Syed Nazrul Ahsan

Taslima Raunak

Taufiq Shariar Khan Timir Nandy

Uttam Dominic Gomes Vincent S. Mondol






Teachers Evening Charity School

Cathrine R. Rozario

Jacinta Baroi

Jhumur Costa

Mala Rozario


Margaret Gomes

Shilpi V. Rozario

Suchitra D’Costa


Environmental Staff

Asma Begum

Aysha Begum

Bina Sharmin Hasina Begum Mustari Begum Najma Begum

Najma Guljan Nazleen Begum Rina Begum Sairun Nessa



Environmental Staff

Salma Begum Shahana Begum Shahana Akhter Shanti Rani Dey


Zaheda Begum Zarina Begum Zubaida Begum


Sr. Mary Michelle, RNDM & Sr. Gracie Gomes, RNDM with the Environmental Staff


Abhilash Ritchel

Barnad Rema

Ful Miah

Gino James Vengra

Gianondra Sarker

Jeeban Ritchel

John S. Gomes

Joseph Kubi


Joyon Sangma

Haji Kamaluddin Ahmed

Komal Chandra Das

Komal Rozario


Mathius Sangma

Md. Fazlul Haque

Nicholas Mrong

Polash Chisim

Proloy Lawrence


Richard Gomes

Robin Toju

Shamim Shaeikh

Shapu Miah

Shyamol Sargma Sujon Peris

Shukhlal Baroi

Sumon Ghosh Tapash Sarker




Sr. Mary Michelle, RNDM & Sr. Gracie Gomes, RNDM with the environmental staff

School Choir

Advisor: Sr. Virginia Asha Gomes, RNDM


Teacher: Timir Nandy




Class KG I Parrots Class Teachers: Ms. Shamim Ara Panna & Ms. Khairun Nahar Karim





Md. Moonsarim Obaid


KG I - Parrots

My best friend's name is

Rishan. He is my class mate.

He is a good boy. We share our tiffin.

Sometimes we play in the field.


Ahanaf Reaz

KG I - Parrots

I have a small and a beautiful

village. My village stands on

Noapara, Jessore. It has a nice river. There

are lots of natural beauty in my village. I

love my village very much.


Rajanya Roy

KG I - Parrots

We had a picnic in our

school. There were train

rids and a bouncy play ground. We enjoyed

monkey show and magic show. We had

popcorn, candy floss and lots of fun. It was

a wonderful day.




Shuaib Bin


KG I - Parrots

April and May are the months of

Summer. Summer is the hottest

season of the year . We went to

our village for our summer

vacation. There were many

mango trees. I like to eat ripe

mango and jackfruit. I also

enjoyed Baishakhy mela which is held in summer every year.


Lubaba Shamsi Marhana

KG I - Parrots

I was surprised when I entered

the school on picnic day. The

school was nicely decorated with lots of fun

elements. We enjoyed jump pad, train ride,

magic show and monkey show as well as tasty

foods. The magic show was the most exciting

event to me. I like to join the school picnic

every year.


Kazi Shabbosachi

KG I - Parrots

Mango is a summer

fruit. We get many

types of mangoes grown in

Bangladesh. It is very tasty. Ripe

mangoes are yellow in color. Mango

juice with ice is a popular drink. I like

to eat mangoes.





Tabina Mangur

KG I - Parrots

My favourite cartoon is

"Dora The Explorer". I have learn a lot of

things from this cartoon. Dora's best friend

is Boots. Dora can also speak Spanish. I like

the cartoon very much.


Melanie Juliana Mendez


KG I - Parrots




Tanaz Imtiaz

KG I - Parrots

My favourite cartoon is

Micky Mouse. I watch it

every day in cartoon network. I watch

it everyday at 7.00 p.m. I also like to

collect Micky Mouse sticker.


Ilma Khondokar

KG I - Parrots

Summer is one of my favourite

seasons. We eat many juicy fruits in summer. We eat

mango, litchi, jackfruit and watermelon. I like

mangoes the best. Jackfruit is our national fruit.

We have a beautiful garden

on our roof. We have mango, lemon, guava

and many other plants in our garden. I work

with my father in our roof garden. We get

fresh fruits from our garden. I love my roof

garden very much.

Class KG I Mynas Class Teachers: Ms. Catherine Panday & Ms. Cecilia Sangeeta Rodrick


Nzo!bt KG I



Mon Jerard Rozario

KG I - Mynas



Md. Areeb Rahman

KG I - Mynas




Leolina Gomes

KG I - Mynas

Peacock is a beautiful

bird. Its wings are long and colorful.

Peacock can fly only very short

distance. They like the clouds very

much. They spread their feathers and

dance when there is thunder in the sky.

I like Peacock very much.

In the last winter vacation I

visited India with my family. First we

visited Goa and we were lucky enough to

see the memorial of St. Francis Xavier. Our

school is named after him. Goa is a

naturally beautiful place. There are many

sea beaches and hills in Goa. Then we

visited Mumbai and Kolkata. They are also

nice. I like to travel to new places.

My favourite cartoon is the Oggy and the

Cockroach. This is a story about a cat and

three cockroaches. They live in a big house.

The three cockroaches always disturb Oggy.

Although they fight they love each other.



Michael Swarit Gomes

KG I - Mynas

Our school arranged a picnic on a Friday inside our playground. There were

two toy-trains, two jumping castles and a pop-corn stall. Two magicians came

to show us magic. Our teachers gave us food and drinks. I had lots of fun and enjoyed too.


Joana Pritha

KG I - Mynas

My favourite cartoon is Team Umizoomi. I love Team Umizoomi

because they help everyone in Umi city. There are three friends in team

Umizoomi. One is Mili and her brother Geo and a robot; his name is Bot. They have

lots of gadgets and they use those to protect Umi City.


Mohammad Zafir Hassan

KG I - Mynas

This was the first school picnic in my life. All day I

played with my friends. There was magic show,

games, toy train. I likeed the magic show and enjoyed the food. I

am waiting for this picnic next year.





Haben Ebnun Kabid

KG I - Mynas

My favourite cartoon

character is Doraemon. It is a cat robot

from the 22nd century. It has a pocket on

his stomach. I like Doraemon because he

takes care of every one and helps everybody.

Doraemon is a very honest cat robot. If we

are honest and hardworking, we will be able

to overcome all our problems and thus

succeed in life.



Saaroni Inam

KG I - Mynas

My best friend is

Amatum. She cries if she does

not meet me. We meet regularly

and share everything. People call

us twin sisters. I wish our

friendship last long.




Khandaker Safia


KG I - Mynas

We had our school picnic on

January 2016. We have seen magic

show, monkey tricks and rode on

a train and bouncer. There were

Tom and Jerry as cartoon

character. We had popcorn and

tasty food. I enjoyed the picnic

very much.




Archishman Paul Bipro

KG I - Mynas

My favourite cartoon is "

Doreamon" and I watch it every day.

"Doreamon" is a Japanese cat robot from

the future. Doreamon has come for

Nobita. Doreamon has a 4D pocket from

where he gives Nobita many peculiar

things. Doreamon always tries to drive

Nobita in right way.


Zunayna Ahmed Zaara

KG I - Mynas

My best friend's name is

Tuly. She is my Mother. My

mother takes care of me. She helps me with

my studies and plays with me. I want to

make my mother proud of me.



Suhile Ahmed

KG I - Mynas

This year I went to

Malaysia. I saw there beautiful

twin towers which is very famous

in Malaysia. I went to ice-city and


Wadifa Rahman

KG I - Mynas

I see a butterfly in the garden. It has

beautiful wings. It flits about. A butterfly

has many colours in its wings. I love butterflies.

enjoyed the Rides very much. I

enjoyed 5D movies there. It was

the best vacation of my life.




KG II Parrots

Class KG II Parrots Class Teachers: Ms. Rukhsana Nazir & Ms. Naushaba Khan






Unayees Md. Faiyaaz Milky

KG II - Parrots

My hobby is playing cricket. I

have bat and ball. I play cricket

every evening. My friends play with me.

Playing cricket keeps me healthy and fit.


Umama Binti Mazhar

KG II - Parrots

The name of my village is

Bhairab. There is a very

big river called Meghna. Every year I go

to my village. My village is very

beautiful. I love my village very much.


Tahmid Naveed Azad

KG II - Parrots

My hobby is to travelling to

various places. It gives me

much pleasure. Last year I went to visit

Sylhet with my family. I was amused

seeing the natural beauty of hills and tea

gardens. I can learn many things from this

kind of hobby.


Ramira Raffee

KG II - Parrots

My favourite hobby is reading books. I love to read story books, books about

history and science books. I can the learn a lot from books. I become happy when

I visit a book store. Every year in February I go to Book Fair with my parents. I always buy books

from there.


Ahnaf Adnan Khan

KG II - Parrots

My hobby is playing cricket. I play cricket with my

father, younger brother and uncles. I like batting

and bowling. My favourite player is Sabbir Rahman. When I will

grow up then I will play cricket for Bangladesh.


Umamah Ekram

KG II - Parrots

Our class party was held on 2nd June

2015. We decorated our class room on that

day. We ate pizza, chips, burger etc. We all wore fancy and

colourful dresses. We had lots of fun and I can never

forget our class party.




Soumik Paul

KG II - Parrots

The name of my village is

Muktagacha. It looks like a picture. A

small beautiful river flows beside my village. My

grandparents live there. I visit my village in every

summer and enjoy very much.


Sahar Mustafiz


KG II - Parrots

The name of my

village is Doula. It is small but

beautiful. We have a small river.

There is also a big mango garden. I

like to go to my village.



Zarin Tasnem Samiha

KG II - Parrots


My hobby is reading story book. I have many story

books. When I get free time I read those books. Those books are very

interesting. I love story book very much.



Rayedah Khan Sosmeto

KG II - Parrots

We had a class party on 2nd of June. We wore crowns on our class

party. We took food and gifts from our teachers. It was great fun. We

all enjoyed it very much.


Shuhaila Amin Shayka

KG II - Parrots

My favourite hobby is dancing. It is full of joy and fun.

I got selected to take part in a dancing show. When I

dance my little sister

follows and dances with

me. My mother says

dance keeps us fit and



Afrahim Ibn Aziz

KG II - Parrots

The name of my village is Syedpur. It is in

Sylhet. I visited my village last month. I

played with my cousins in the village. My village is very

nice. I love to go to my village.




KG II - Parrots

Peek-a-Boo - Ankita Das, KG II - Parrots

Beautiful Day - Ritesh Biswas, KG II - Parrots

Fishing - Shuhaila, KG II - Parrots

Bullock Cart - Soumik Paul, KG II - Parrots

Date Juice - Tahmid Nasir Shabah, KG II - Parrots

Summer - Tahmid, KG II - Parrots

Gathering Water Lillies - Umama Binti, KG II - Parrots

Kite Flying - Wasifia Nahi, KG II - Parrots




Class KG II Mynas Class Teachers: Ms. Jacqueline Francine Shaha & Ms. Rimi Costa




Sowailim Riddhi

KG II - Mynas

Last year I went to Singapore with my family.

We stayed there for nine days. I visited many

places there. I saw the Merlion in Santosa island. It is the

symbol of Singapore. I will like to go Singapore again.


Mir Suhyma

KG II - Mynas

I visited Indonesia with my parents. We also visited

Bali island. My father enjoyed parasailing. My

mother and I went to the turtle farm by boat. The boat journey

was thrilling. We had lots of fun.




Aaban Khan

KG II - Mynas

My favourite game is a car game called Need

For Speed. I play this game on my computer.

I have a red racing car in this game. The police chases the

racing cars in the game. I play the game every day after I am

done with my studies.


Fariz Ahmed

KG II - Mynas


My favourite season is the summer season. I like warm weather

of summer

season very much. I like

the fruits of summer

season very much, which

are: mango watermelon

and many more. I like this

season because I can swim

in cold water. I also can

have ice-cream in this

season and because of

these things I like this



Nahian Kadir

KG II - Mynas

Cricket is an international game.

Now a days it is becoming popular

in our country. It is a game of two teams. In each

team there are eleven players. I am a great fan of




Noirhit Ghosh

KG II - Mynas

There are six seasons in Bangladesh. Autumn

is one of them. August and September are the

months of Autumn. The sky looks clear and we see

"Kashful" blooms beside the river. The natural beauty of

this season looks very beautiful. So, I like this season the



Muhtadi Mashrur Rahman

KG II - Mynas

On a sunny spring morning I went to

Thailand with my family. We visited Chiang

Rai, Pataya, Maesai and Bangkok. Safari park, Ocean park,

Mae Fa Lung garden and Golden triangle all are very

beautiful places. Golden triangle is a very beautiful place

where three countries met together like a triangle. I really

enjoyed the trip very much.





Masnad Khan

KG II - Mynas

Spring is the

queen of all seasons. February

and March are the months of

spring. Spring comes after

winter and makes the earth

beautiful, bright and new.

Spring is the season of flowers

and birds. Many flowers

bloom and birds sing everywhere. I love this season very much.



Joyeeta Biswas

KG II - Mynas

My favourite season is rainy

season. We use umbrellas and

rain coats in this season. In the rainy season the

trees and flowers can grow very well. I like to

play in the rain, but when it thunders I get

scared. June to August are the months of rainy



Nurshad jahan

KG II - Mynas

My favourite

season is winter.

Winter season is the coldest

season of the year.

It starts from the month of

December and ends in the

month of March. It feels very

cold in this season. I enjoy this

season very much.



Zubayr-Al Affan

KG II - Mynas

I visited Malaysia with my parents. We stayed

in Kuala Lumpur the capital, Cameron

Highland and Langkawi. There were tea gardens and flower

gardens up on the hill. We had a day long trip to different

islands and had plenty of fun in the yacht. It was a nice

experience to see the Petronas Twin Tower and the view was

amazing from the top. We enjoyed food everywhere and the

trip as good and now I often see the pictures.


Edward Bain

KG II - Mynas

My favourite season is summer. April and May

are the months of summer. We get many juicy

fruits in this season. It is very hot in summer. I enjoy this

season very much.




KG II - Mynas

Rainy Day - Ashruta Saha, KG II - Mynas

Autumn - Athai Nill Saha, KG II - Mynas

Thunder - Fariz Ahmed, KG II - Mynas

Mighty River - Inshaa Benazir Chowdhury, KG II - Mynas

It’s pouring - Joyeeta Biswas, KG II - Mynas

My Village - Nurshad Jahan, KG II - Mynas

Rain, rain go away - Rushmila Masnad, KG II - Mynas

Croaking Frogs - Safa Zayed Abedin, KG II - Mynas













KG II Graduation




KG II Graduation


KG II Graduation



Class I Lilies

Class I, Lilies Class Teacher: Ms. Syeda Sadaf Jalal


Class I




Syed Aronnya Adnan

Class I - Lilies

Every day after school, l always notice a

barber beside our school gate who

works for a living. One day, I along

with my parents, talked to him about his work and

income. He starts his work early morning and continues

till 10.00 pm. He mainly serves the poor customers by

offering low cost hair cut, shaves baby's head and cleans

beard. He has

arranged a high

chair and fixed a

mirror on the wall.

He is running a

good business

beside our school.


Anindita Khan

Class I - Lilies

One day, I saw a dream that Pinto, the penguin,

had turned all the Octonauts into jelly and they

sang a song and went to a planet named Mars

Pop. Pinto was sad to see this, so he turned himself into a flower.

I smiled at him and said, "Let's go to Mars Pop, too!" He said,

"OK!" So we flew to Mars Pop and saw Stephenie, Ariyata, Adrika,

Alif, Amiya and Mervin. I was so surprised to see them. Then I

played with them

lots of games. By

and by, Pinto was

lost in Mars Pop.

Suddenly I found a

little flower and that

was Pinto. Slowly he

became a penguin

again and everything

was back to normal.

Pinto and I were

very happy.



Fariha Zaheen Haq

Class I - Lilies

The name of my favourite cartoon is Frozen. It is a

very nice story. In this story my most beloved character

is Elsa. She is very beautiful and she had magic power.

With her magic power she

made an Ice-Castle. Elsa

had a very funny little

sister called Anna. There

was also a good and

hilarious friend, Olaf. I

love to watch Frozen

cartoon whenever I have

some free time.



Aritra Saha Surya

Class I - Lilies

My class teacher’s name is Syeda

Sadaf Jalal. She is my favourite teacher. She is very

kind and intelligent. She teaches us very well and

always takes care of us. She teaches me many

subjects like English-I, English-II, Literature,

Spelling, Poetry, Moral Science, Conversation,

Creative writing and Sentence Making in the class.

She makes us understand her subjects nicely. I am

proud to be her one of the students. I like her very



Ajitabh Chakraborty

Class I - Lilies

Mustafizur Rahman is the best bowler of Bangladesh Cricket Team.

He is a left arm fast bowler. Mustafiz is the first player to win the 'Man

of the Match' awards in both test and ODI on debut. He is 20 years old

and was born in Satkhira. Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir was his idol

in his early life. He dismissed many giant players through his off cutter

bowling talent within a very short time after his debut. He played for

Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL in 2016.




Alif Abbas

Class I - Lilies


Shejuti Sagota

Class I - Lilies


My country's name is

Bangladesh, It is a small country

in South Asia. Our national language is Bangla.

The capital of Bangladesh is Dhaka.

The four main rivers are Jamuna, Padma,

Brahmaputra and Meghna. ln 1971 Bangladesh

became independent after 9 months of liberation

war against Pakistan. Many people sacrificed their

lives for the country. I am proud to be a


My favourite cartoon is Sofia. She is a little princess of

a big royal family. She has one brother and one sister.

Sofia is very smart and kind. She always helps others.

She has two very good friends and they are from her village.

Sofia has a pet rabbit called Clover. She loves to pass her time with

Clover. Unlike other pets, Clover was a little lazy and loved to eat

carrots & blueberries.

Sofia used to go to

school with her

brother and sister.

Once there was a

competition among the

pets of the students in

the school. Sofia

trained her pet, Clover,

performed very well

and came first in the

competition. Sofia was

very happy with

Clover. I want to be as

smart & kind as Sofia

and I love this cartoon

very much.



Hrishin Gayen

Class I - Lilies

The farmer works in a field where they grow rice, wheat and

vegetables for us. They have their cows and plough with them

which they use to cultivate the land. Farmers work hard from dawn

to dusk and they work in all seasons. Hot summer, heavy rain or cold cannot stop

them from going to the field. In late autumn, they harvest their crops. Though they

give us so much but they get very little in return.



Neer Barua

Class I - Lilies

My favourite cartoon is Oggy and the

Cockroaches. Oggy is a cat and Oggy's brother is Jack.

The Cockroaches are very

naughty. The cockroaches

stole the food from

Oggy's fridge. Every day,

Oggy tries to catch the

cockroaches. I love this

cartoon very much.


Prantika Bhattachargee

Class I - Lilies

My favourite season is rainy season. I like to hear

the patter noise of the rain. There are many

clouds in

the sky before it rains. The

sun does not show its face

throughout the day. The

drops of the rain are

sometimes small,

sometimes big and

sometimes extra large. I like

to get wet in the rain. I like

rainy days very much.




Fariha Mahjabin (Sadia)

Class I - Lilies


Muntaha Mahmud

Class I - Lilies


The name of my school is S.F.X. Greenherald

International School. My school's address is 24, Asad

Avenue, Mohammadpur, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh. It is

an English medium school. It is the first English Medium School in

Bangladesh. It started in 1971. The school is under the Cambridge

University, UK. since 1954. Our principal's name is Sr. Virginia Asha

Gomes, RNDM. Our school begins at 8:00 a.m. and gets over at 1:20

p.m. Our school is

very big. In our

school there are

many trees,

beautiful garden,

farm house, three

big play grounds

and an auditorium.

Every year, our

school arranges

many cultural,

educational and

charity programmes

such as Annual Sports, Science Fair, Football, Volleyball, Debate, Mina

Bazar etc. There is a big canteen, science lab, computer lab, library etc.

Our teachers are very good and helpful. They not only teach us to study

but also involve us in many extra-curricular activities. That's why I

admire & love my school very much. It is the best school in my eyes.

Water lily is an aquatic flower

found in tropical climate around

the world.

The scientific name of water lily is Nymphaeaceae.

It is rooted in soil in bodies of water, with leaves

and flower floating on the surface. The white water

lily is the national flower of Bangladesh and state

flower of Andhra Pradesh, India. The blue water

lily is the national flower of Sri Lanka. The

beautiful nature of water lily has led to its

widespread use as ornamental flower. Through it

has no smell, I like it very much.


Class I Roses

Class I, Roses Class Teacher: Ms. Qazi Musarrat Fateema


Class I



Nuraysha Naayra


Class I - Roses

My pet fish is a shark. Its

name is Chintu. It gets

scared if we put our fingers in the water. I

feed it three times a day. It has a lot of

colors on its body. The colors are silver,

blue and black. It lives in my small

aquarium. I play with it all the time.

Chintu is my best friend. I love Chintu!



Labib Shams Talukder

Class I - Roses

I visited Malaysia in October 2014 along with my family. I saw

many beautiful things there. For example I saw the Twin Towers, Genting Highlands

and the amazing Water Park at Sunway Lagoon. I also visited the Wonderful Kuching

City. Literally Kuching means cat because the city is famous for fishes. There we ate

many sea fishes. I also enjoyed

the River Cruise on the

Sarawak River. We also visited

the Cultural Village of

Kuching. There I watched

many events, dance routines

and rituals of the local villagers

of Malaysia. I learnt a lot about

Malaysia. It was like a dream

world to me.



Rehan Islam Rami

Class I - Roses

Bangladesh's first and topmost cyclist group is BD

Cyclists. It has a very popular image on Facebook. BD

Cyclists arranges cycle group ride by every Friday and

Saturday. Friday cycle ride is called "Bike Friday" and Saturday cycle ride is

called "Jossilla Ride". Besides this BD Cyclists organizes special rides on

different occasions like Independence Day, Pohela Boishakh, Victory Day

etc. This Independence Day, I joined the BD Cyclists ride. In this ride I was

the youngest child who rode cycle very nicely and everyone praised me. We

had lots of fun in the ride. Cycling is very good for health especially the

heart. It is a very good sport and if we ride cycle regularly then we will be having a healthy life. We should ride cycle every day.

Cycling is one of my most favourite hobbies and I love to ride cycle regularly.


Ridhan Tripura

Class I - Roses

Pahela Boishakh known as Noboborso beings from 1st day

of the Bengali New year. It is a big festival for Bengali.

Boishakhi fairs are arranged in many parts in the country. A

big rally with masks travels though the city. In Dhaka, people gather under the

Ramana Batamul wearing red white dresses. Special foods are prepared to

entertain guests on that day.The most popular food of that day is Panta Hilsa.

I enjoy the Pahela Boishakh.




Arijit Kumar Gogi

Class I - Roses

My favourite cartoon is Power Rangers Samurai. In

this cartoon there are six rangers. Their names are

Jayden, Antonio, Cavin, Mike, Mia and Emeli.

Their master's name is Manthor Jee. They fight for the Earth with

Nailocks, like master Zandred, Daker and Octoru. These three

Nailocks are very powerful

but the rangers never

surrender or give up. They

always keep on fighting and

fighting. They will always

fight for the Earth. In their

last fight they destroyed

master Zandred forever.



Moontareen Rahman Rahee

Class I - Roses

My Favourite Teacher's name is

Qazi Mussarat Fateema. She is

the best teacher of my class. She is very helpful. If a

child does not do his homework, she never minds.

She never beats anyone but only scolds naughty

children. She is one of the teachers who takes care

of the children and is very friendly. She makes our

lessons in such a method which we understand

very easily. She looks very pretty and smart. I

respect her very much.



Ashfi Rahman

Class I - Roses

The name of my village is Hatemkha. It is located in the district

of Rajshahi. There are many farmers in my village. It is

surrounded by green paddy fields. Every year I go to my village

and play with my cousins. There is a river in my village named Padma. There are

many mango trees and I like to pick mangoes. I love my village very much.




Arithra Roy

Class I - Roses

I visiled to Oxford University. It is in U.K. It is a big group

of approx 35 colleges together. The buildings of the

University are very nice. The area of the University is

huge. I left Oxford area but the memory still lingers in my

mind. I want to study in this University in the future.


Ariq Ahmed

Class I - Roses

In Bangladesh the life of a farmer is not good. He is usually

poor, landless, illiterate. So a farmer in most cases has to work

on land of others. He has only a pair of bullocks and some

hand-made tools like ploughs, spades, hoes and rakes. He gets up very early in

the morning and goes to his field to work. Mid of the day he eats his meal, takes

some rest and again he works till sunset. A farmer is left on the mercy of nature.

Sometimes he faces severe hardship and leads a very miserable life. He cannot

even manage two meals a day. He cannot send his children to school and educate

them. He is a poor farmer, who works hard in the field and grows food for all.





Nabiha Tasnim

Class I - Roses

My favourite Cartoon is Cinderella.

Cinderella's role is a bit different from all

the other princesses. Cinderella was an

orphan girl, living with her step

mother and two step sisters.

But Cinderella was a very

beautiful and kind girl, and

she always obeyed them

but her politeness led her

to the point of weakness.

One day she met a prince

in a party in the castle. He

fell in love with

Cinderella, and wanted

to marry her. It is a

wonderful story. I

like this Cartoon

very much.


story is a

very old

story and I

saw it many




Arisha Ahsan

Class I - Roses

My favourite teacher is my class teacher. Her

name is Qazi Musarrat Fateema. She teaches us English.

She is a very good teacher. She is strict but funny. We all stay

quiet when she teaches us. She makes sure that we understand

the subject very well. she always teaches us to be kind, polite

and obedient. She is very caring and lovely. I wish her all good

things in her life.



Ahmad Zarif Ferdous

Class I - Roses

Spring is the best of all seasons. Spring

lasts only for two months, Falgoon and

Chaitra. It is neither too hot nor too

cold. Spring is the season of flowers. It

makes every woodland beautiful and

fill the air with sweet scent. Vegetables

grow plenty in spring. It is the queen

of all seasons.


Angel Arshi

Class I - Roses

We must keep our surroundings neat and clean. This will

help us to live healthy and better lives. Keeping our

surroundings clean will only help in the betterment of


Waste or garbage should not be thrown anywhere, and everywhere, but we

can use dustbins for keeping garbage or waste. Throwing garbage all over the

place will only make our surroundings dirty and pollute the environment.

We can keep our air fresh by planting trees. Try planting trees and plants that

will beautify our surroundings as well as keep us healthy. Greener surroundings look beautiful and also reduce pollution

which keep us fit and healthy. So, keep the surroundings clean and live happy and healthy lives.




Sharika Sharif

Class I - Roses

We are the Sharif family. I am the

youngest of the family. I have two other

siblings. My eldest sister's name is Sadia

and I also have a brother, his name is Abrar and I am

Sharika. We live with our mom and dad who love us

unconditionally. We all support each other through thick

and thin. My family is a blessing from God. I love my




Tasneem Einoon Zaria

Class I - Roses

Parrot is a bird. It is green in colour. Its beak

is red colour. It has wings to fly. I love

parrots very much. I want to keep a parrot.

Parrots like to eat chilies. Parrot is my favourite bird. I have

seen many parrots in the zoo. But I like to see the parrot flying

in the open air.


Class I Tulips

Class I - Tulips Class Teacher: Ms. Mildread K. Howlader


Class I


Meftaful Jannat Opshary

Class I - Tulip


Labiba Raida Hossain

Class I - Tulip


Trees are very useful for us. They

support the life of living things.

When we breathe we produce

Co2. Trees replace this Co2 with O2. Trees prevent

drought and floods. Trees are needed for making

paper, furniture and houses. They are used in

everything. We can

rest under the cool

shades of a tree.

They are the

sources of the fruits

and flowers. Man

must stop cutting

more trees,

otherwise he will

suffer greatly.

I love dear Sister Barbara

who is our in-charge. I am

very lucky to have the best

in charge in this world. She is like our

friend and guide. If we do any wrong, she

shows us the right way with her lovely

smile. She always encourages us to

maintain discipline. We get her always

beside us when any of us is in trouble. She

hears our problems with patience and

solves those with her love and care. She

always inspires us to involve in

extracurricular activities besides our regular

study. We thank her from the bottom of our

hearts and wish her long healthy life.




Prithu Sarker

Class I - Tulip


Aritri Prachee Dewan

Class I - Tulip

My little brother's name is Asmit Kumar Dewan. His

birthday is in 2nd June 2015. He is only eleven months

old. He is so cute. He loves to play with my toys. When I

return from school, he plays with me. He likes to eat different kinds of food.

He also likes to watch cartoon in the TV. His favourite cartoon is Motu

Patlu. When he sees Motu Patlu cartoon he becomes very happy. I love him

very much and he also loves me very much

My Favourite movie is Captain America: Civil

War. I have watched this movie last Friday in

Star Cineplex, Bashundhara Shopping Mall. In this movie every

character is very exciting. The characters are Captain America,

Iron Man, Spider-Man, Ant-Man, Black Widow, and Winter

Soldier, Falcon, War Machine, Hawkeye, Black Panther,

Vision, and Scarlet Witch and Cross bone. Among them Iron

Man is my favourite character. I like Iron man because he has a

metal suit, he can fly, shoot long distance and destroy anything

with his hand. Captain America fought for Winter Soldier who killed Iron Man's parents. So Iron Man wanted to kill the

Winter Solider. They were divided into two teams and fought each other. I have enjoyed this movie very much.





Agnila Roy

Class I - Tulip

My favourite teacher is Mildread Miss, and

she is also our class teacher in school.

She teaches us nicely and when she teaches us she always has

fun with us.

When we do not study and talk loudly, she becomes angry.

If we do good result she becomes very happy. She always

helps us and she is very kind.

I am very proud to be her student.


Pritha Silvia D Costa

Class I - Tulip

Our school’s name is S.F.X. Greenherald

International School. Our school has green

gardens near the main gate where we have lots of

colorful flower beds, grassy lawns, fruits trees, small water pond,


chapel to pray and much more. Our school is like a temple where

we go daily to study. In the morning, we pray to God for our

better study and bright future and say good morning to our class

teacher. Then we start study according to our daily class routine.

We have our students’ guardian Sister who is always taking very

special care of us. We respect all teachers and students. We feel

proud of, our school. It is one of the best school in our country.

Our school has very strict discipline. We love our school very




Roger Vincent Rozario

Class I - Tulip

The human brain is the main organ of the human body. It is located in

the head, protected by skull. It is divided into three units-the forebrain,

the midbrain and hindbrain. It contains about 10 billion nerve cells. The

cerebrum is the largest part of the brain. It is responsible for memory, speech, sense,

emotional response etc. Human brain is like a powerful computer. It stores our memory and

controls our thoughts and actions. The adult brain weighs about 3 pound (1.4 kg). the average

brain has around 50,000 thoughts per day.


Ashmee Pragna Roy

Class I - Tulip


Swapnil Jefferson Halder

Class I - Tulip

My best friend is Prachee. Her hobby is

dancing. She likes pink colour. I play with

her in the field. I like her very much.

A big star is my favourite star. I love

looking at the sky after the sun goes down,

because I can see millions of stars shining

up in the big sky,

There is a big star.

I wonder Why it is so

different and bigger

than other stars. I

wish I could go there

some day.





Maisha Samiha

Class I - Tulip

Spring is the best

season of all

seasons. It comes

after winter. It is neither too hot nor

too cold. Spring is the seasons of

flowers and new leaves. Various

kinds of flowers bloom in this

season. Lifeless tress put on new

leaves, so fields become green. Bees

are busy in gathering honey. The

butterfly is on its colourful wings. It

flies from flower to flower. Birds

sing in joy in spring, especially

cuckoos. So I like spring very





Zarif Rahman

Class I - Tulip

My Favourite teacher is my class

teacher. Her name is Mildread Koli

Howlader. She is a very good teacher.

She teaches us English. She makes us

understand the subject very well. She

gives us simple and easy lessons. She

also tells us stories some times. She is

very friendly with us. She teaches us to

be kind, polite and obedient. She is

very strict when it is exam. She is my

inspiration. I am proud to be her

student. I like her very much.



Sitara Rayhanah Kabir


Class I - Tulip

Mymuna: Why did the broom get a poor

grade in school?

Sitera: I don't know. Why?

Mymuna: Because it was always sweeping

during class!

Jacob: Why was the teacher wearing

sunglasses to school?

Mymu: Why?

Jacob: She

had bright


Peter: What's

the difference

between a

teacher and a


Mymu: What?

Peter: A teacher says, "Spit out that gum!" and

the train says, "Chew! Chew!"




Afnan Najih

Class I - Tulip

The jackfruit is our national

fruit. It is a summer fruit and

very juicy, sweet & delicious. It is bigger in size

than other fruits. By eating jackfruit and its juice

we get vitamins and mineral salt. It is necessary

for us to plant more jackfruit trees every year. I

love to eat jackfruit.


Khondoker Fahim Mahmud

Class I - Tulip


Shouvik Chatterjee

Class I - Tulip

My hobby is fishing. I

like catching fish a lot.

Whenever I go to my

grandfather's village I catch fish in the

nearby pond close to my grandfather's

house. My brother and cousin help me to

catch fish. Fishing is a lot of fun.

I read in S.F.X Greenherald International School. Our

School is very nice.

We have two

playground in our

School. We play

football in our

Field. My School is

very big. Our

teachers love us

very much.





Md. Mashraf Anwar

Class I - Tulip

I went to see the "Underwater World", a very famous

ocean aquarium located on the Sentosa Island of

Singapore with my parents. We saw Sharks, Dolphins, Sting Rays,

Seals, Jelly Fishes & many other colorful fishes & marine animals. We

went there by cable car and came back by monorail which was also very enjoyable. We took many photos and had great fun.


Maimuna Musarrat Zahra

Class I - Tulip


Syed Yubair Ridwan

Class I - Tulip


Eid-ul-Fitr is my favourite festival. On the day we

(Muslims) wake up early and take a shower before

prayers and put on the best new dresses. We start

our breakfast with some date

fruit, semai, firnee. After the

Eid's namaz (prayer) we go

to friend's house and

relative's house. Our

relatives give us Eid's gifts

and chocolate and sweets.

Eid-ul-fitr is the event of

great happiness.

I have a garden; my garden has

so many flowers. Early in the

morning my garden

looks very beautiful.

Birds, butterflies &

some dragonflies come

to the garden to collect

honey. In the evening I

take-care of my garden

and play with my sister.

I love my garden very




Madhurima Dutt

Class I - Tulip

My hobby is reading. I love to read story books,

magazines , newspapers and any kind of material

that I find interesting.

I enjoyed this hobby when I was a little girl. I had always wanted

my parents to read fairy tales to me before bedtime Soon they got

tired of reading to me continually. So as soon as I could,

I learned to read. Soon I could read simple fairy tales and other

stories. Now I can read just about anything that is available .

Besides being more informed about the world, I also spend my

time usefully. It is indeed a good hobby.


Sunita Nubaha

Class I - Tulip

Every year we have a picnic day at school. This year

it was held in January. All the students wore casual

dresses. There was music. We danced, played, ate

tasty foods, chips and ice-cream. We had a lot of fun. Our school

provided us with the food. I played with my friends and took pictures

with them. I also took pictures with our honorable sisters and

teachers. I enjoyed and had a lot of fun on that day. I am waiting for

the picnic again next year.





Mohammad Afnan Shariar

Class I - Tulip

My favourite game is Cricket. Cricket is the most

popular game in present. Bangladesh is no

exception. Generally, we watch cricket match on

television and sometimes we go to the stadium. As a result we

become big fan of cricket. I along with my friends collect cricket

materials and go to play in front of our house. The road is wide

enough for playing cricket. I play cricket everyday.

Last year, I went to

see the Statue of

Liberty in USA with

my family. It's

located on the

Liberty Island in

New York Harbor in

New York City, in

the USA. It is one of

the most memorable

national monuments

in the world. It was a

gift of friendship

from the people of

France. It is visited

by millions of people

all around the world

every day. I had a

great and memorable

trip at the Statue of




Tuhfa Zannat

Class I - Tulip



Onerva Talukder

Class I - Tulip

The name of my country is Bangladesh. It

was independent from Pakistan in 1971.

The area of Bangladesh is 55,598 square

miles. The capital of Bangladesh is Dhaka. The primary

language is Bangla. The flag of my country is a dark green

rectangle with a red circle center of it. The national anthem

is "Amar Sonar Bangla, ami tomai valobashi." Bangladesh is

a country of natural beauty. I love my motherland very

much. I wish every success of my country.



Marzana Haque

Class I - Tulip

My favourite cartoon is Strawberry

shortcake. Strawberry is a little girl. She lives

in a strawberry shaped house. She has many friends. They are

Blueberry, Raspberry, Lemon, Plum, Orange, Sugar Plum and

Huckleberry. They all help Strawberry to bake cake in her

bakery shop. She has also many puppies. She loves her puppies

and takes good care of them. I enjoy the cartoon very much.




Class II Lilies

Class II, Lilies Class Teacher: Ms. Shahana Akhtar


Class II




Faiza Haque

Class II - Lilies

Shahana Akhtar is my class teacher. She

teaches us six subjects which are: - Moral

- Science, English 1, English 2, Spelling,

Geography and Literature. My teacher is a really good teacher,

she makes us understand the lesson well she even tells us

stories, plays and have fun with us. My teacher is a friendly,

helpful and kind teacher.

She is like a friend. She is

always there to help us. I

love my teacher and

always will because I think

she is the best teacher now,

out of all my teachers.

When I will go to class 3

I will miss her.



Arian Candidus Costa

Class II - Lilies

I spent my winter vacation in my

grandfather's house in my village. I like

to drink winter date juice. I ate different type of pitha, I

also liked the guest birds. It gave me joy, I like cold

weather so. I wait for winter vacation every year.




Medha Moumita

Class II - Lilies

We went to Mysterious Alutila Cave at 1st January. It is

in Khagrachari district. By the suggestion of our tourist

guide we bought Red Torch and set fire in it because the cave was very

dark. Then we went down-stairs and removed our shoes. It was risky.

When we came in the middle it was too slippery to go. At last we reached

at the end of the tunnel and get relieved from tension.

It was a thrilling journey.



Prattay Roy

Class II - Lilies

I visited Sundarban with my family.

Sundarban is a beautiful place. There

are many trees over there. It is the home of Royal Bengal

Tigers. Many animals live there such as deer, crocodile,

monkey, snake etc. I went there by boat with my parents

and many other visitors. We saw many kinds of birds

there. We stayed there in a ship. A special kind of tree

called the Mangrove tree grows there. The people living

there have a difficult life.





Ishana Gayen

Class II - Lilies

It was a very cold night of December. No body could

be seen in the Bokulpur rail station except a tea seller

and a stray dog. A train may arrive at any time. The tea

seller was waiting for some passengers. A train entered and left the

station without any delay. Only one passenger came out of the train - his

whole body was wrapped in a black shawl. He seemed to be a stranger.

Very slowly he approached the tea stall and ordered for a cup of tea with



John Fayung

Class II - Lilies

Our School Winter Vacation is in

between the months of

December and January. It is one of the best

vacations as we are able to celebrate Christmas and

New Year. During this day, we go to Church, visit

relatives and holiday spots. In the last vacation, we

visited my uncle's place, Meghla and Nilachal of

Bandarban. We also went to Potenga Sea beach,

Chittagong. We had lots of fun and enjoyed our




the sign of his hand. The tea seller placed a cup of hot tea and tried to

read the face of the customer but he could hardly see it in the dim light

of the hurricane. The silence of the deep night was not broken by the

stranger's sipping of the tea. The tea seller felt like sleeping for a while

and when he opened his eyes he found no one. He murmured, "where

is the man, am I dreaming?" and saw a five taka note on the table which

was the exact cost of the cup of tea. The stray dog barked once and then

went to sleep agsin.


Apshara Reaz

Class II - Lilies

Smiling is infectious,

You catch it like the flu,

When someone smiled at

me today, I Started smile too.

I thought about that smile

Then I realized its worth,

So, if you feel a smile begin,

Don't leave it undetected

Let's start an epidemic quick,

And get the world infected!


Ervin Odrian Gomes

Class II - Lilies

Last summer vacation, I went to visit Singapore with

my family. We saw many beautiful places and Zoo

there. When I went to the Zoo, I saw many wild

animals, but they were not kept in the cages. They were moving freely

in the shrubs around us. But when I went to a tiger's area, I was

surprised and afraid to see a big white tiger moving across a lake and

eating meat very carefully. Suddenly he saw a lot of people watching

him very closely; he gave a big roar and ran inside the jungle along with

that piece of meat. After a while, another white tigress came and

jumped to cross the lake. Then all visitors moved quickly inside a bus,

because he was hungry enough and wanted to hunt. I saw a little sheep

tied across the lake to an oak tree and the tigress hunted it. It was a

dreadful scene that I had ever seen. But the white tigers looked very

beautiful and have nice eyes like a soft white cat. This is the first time

I have seen a white tiger with my own eyes and their hunting patterns

that I will never forget.



Class II Roses

Class II, Roses Class Teacher: Ms. Shahana Ahmed


Class I I


Satyam Sharma

Class II - Roses

Gautama Buddha, also known as Siddartha

Gautama, Shakyamuni or simply The

Buddha, was a sage on whose teachings

Buddhism was founded. He is believed to

have lived and taught mostly in the eastern part of the Indian

subcontinent sometime between the sixth and fourth centuries

BC. The word Buddha means "awakened one" or "the

enlightened one". "Buddha" is also used as a title for the first

awakened began in Yoga era. In most Buddhist traditions,

Siddharta Gautama is regarded as the supreme Buddha of the

present age. He later taught throughout religions of eastern

India such as Magadha and Kosala. Gautama is the primary

figure in Buddhism and accounts of his life, are believed by

Buddhist to have been summarized after his death and

memorized by his followers. Various collections of His

teachings attributed to him were passed down by oral tradition

and first committed to writing about 400 years later.




Subaita Maliyat Purnota

Class II - Roses





Meheli Rose Aitijjha

Class II - Roses

Among all my teachers, Miss Shahana Ahmed

(Shanta) is my most favourite. She is very

pretty and she has a very kind heart. The way

she teaches and her accent made me more

impressive to her. She is very much caring to

all and she always makes us understand in a

very easy way. She is very passionate and listens

to our every single excuse very politely. To me

she is the an excellent teacher. I love her very

much and I will surely miss her when I will be

in class - III.

The name of my little brother is Sarim Marsad

Pranon. He has born on 15th July, 2015. Wearing a

new dress I went to meet him. After he was born, I

was the first person who saw him. He was so cute that I couldn't even

move my eyes from him; tears rolled down from my eyes in joy. Many

of our relatives visited the hospital. When I heard about his coming, I

took lots of care of Mom, so that when he would be born, he would be

a healthy child. Before his birth, I bought many presents for him and

hid them in my room. When he came home, I gave him all those. Now

he is ten months old. He can only say "eemme!" Sometimes I call him

Prantush. He is my little angel and we both love each other very much.

I wish he will be my best friend in the future.



Rudra Chakraborty

Class II - Roses

Educating children on good hygiene is the best way to avoid

the spread of infections and disorders. Teaching the principles

of correct hygiene at an early age can help keep individuals

healthy in later life. For this following things to be considered:

Oral Hygiene: To keep a good oral health children should be taught about

brushing teeth twice a day after meal.

Hand Washing: To keep

infections away from body

children should be

encouraged to wash their

hands effectively before

eating and after using toilet.

Nails: The nails and nail

beds contain germs. Nail

biting should be discouraged

and keeping nails short

should be encouraged to

maintain a germ free health.

Bathing: Children should be taught about regular bathing because it reduced

body odor and can help control skin problems.

We all should say, "Good Hygiene, Good Health, Good life."




Rudaba Manan

Class II - Roses

Water is very important for our life. Nothing

can live without water. Without water, plants

will die, can cause harm to humans and

animals. We need water for our body's daily

function like digestion and cleaning waste

products of our body. Our body will become

dry if we do not drink water properly.

Everyday we should drink eight glasses of

pure water to be






Aurelius Ganauly

Class II - Roses



Nakhatra Gilbert Francis

Class II - Roses


S.F.X Greenherald International School

participated in the under-10 Hurray!

Handball Tournament 2016, in the Bangabandhu

Handball Stadium. 10 schools participated in this

tournament. I was a member of the Greenherald School

boys team. We trained for about a month in our school,

before the tournament started. On the first day of the

tournament, our games teacher took us to the stadium for

our first match. We were very excited to wear our jersey.

given to us by Handball Federation. We won two matches

but we lost one match. That's why we became the group

runners-up. The girls’ team was in the 3rd position

among all the team. It was a different experience for us

because it was the first time we played outside our school.

Hip Hip Hurray!!!!

The tradition of Indian music is oral. The problem

with on oral tradition is that there is much of its

history that is documented. There are many many versions of stories

doing the rounds as to how the instrument the tabla originates. One

of the stories is in the court

of the great emperor

Akbar. In his court

centuries back, there was

once a duel of rhythm

between two pakhavaj

players. The two pakhavaj

players were playing and

the king was watching it.

One of the pakhavaj

players realized that he was

going to lose the battle of rhythm and in frustration he bend the

pakhavaj on the floor and the instrument broke into two parts.

Instinctively he picked up one of the parts and he played it. There was

a beautiful sound. So he said in Hindi or Urdu language; ‘Tabhibola’

that word was later recognized as tabla. And thanks to the pakhavaj

player for whom we are being able to play the tabla. Teental is one of

the examples of taal played in tabla.



Mashiha Tavlin

Class II - Roses

My favourite movie is "Harry Potter". It's written

by J.K Rowling's. I have read only the 1st part

name of "Sorcerers Stone" and I liked most this

story. I watched all parts of "Harry Potter". When Harry Potter was

a little boy he lost his parents. He used to stay with his uncle & a

unty. They were very rude with him. When Harry Porter was 11

year's old. A giant man named Hagrid snatched Harry Potter away

into a magical school

"Hagwarts Wizardy and

Wizarcraft School".

The ground keepers

Mrs. Filch and Mrs.

Noris friends of James

and Lily Porter. Soon

Harry could make

friends easily at his new

school. Harry's best

friends were Ronald

Weasley and Hermione

Granger. Harry Potter

and the chamber of

secrets, Prisoner of

Askaban, the order of

Phoenix, the half bold

Prince and the deathly

Hallows Part-1 and Part-2 also my favourite movies. 20

years after Harry became a man his wife Ginny Weasley

and his son Dumbledoe Snape Potter was also admited to

Hogwart School were Harry and Harry's parents had




Class II Tulips

Class II, Tulips Class Teacher: Ms. Humayra Reza Khan


Class II


A.K.M. Muizul Haq

Class II - Tulips

Giant Pandas are bears that are native to China,

where they are considered a national treasure.

Even with this

exalted status, giant pandas are

endangered: only about 1,600

live in the wild. Giant

pandas are also called great

pandas, parti-colored

bears, bamboo bears and

white bears. They are in

danger of being extinct.

They are black and white

in color. Their skin is very

furry. I like giant pandas very




Fariba Huma Choudhury

Class II - Tulips

My favourite season is winter. It is very

cold in winter. December and January

are the months of winter. In some places, it snows and in

some places it does not snow. In winter, the days are short

and nights are

long. In winter

we wear woollen

clothes. My

school remains

closed. My

parents and I go

for many trips.

Winter is my

favourite season.




Adison Abhijeet Roy

Class II - Tulips

My hobby is to collect coins. The Ancient coins are

very expensive. I collected so many coins from many

countries of the world. SOme coins are silver, bronze

and grey color. My father and I participate in coin exhibition whenever

we get chance.

I have many coins from India, Bhutan, Nepal, Laos, Cambodia, China,

Hong Kong, Macao, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Canada, Germany,

Switzerland, New Zealand, Vietnam, Philipines, America England and

some more countries. Almost 130 countries coins I have including some Dead Countries. I have complete coin collection of my

motherland Bangladesh. I also collect British India coins. Edward's coins and Queen Elizabeth Coins are very nice. These coins are

very famous. Everyone wants to collect these coins. I love to collect Ancient coins.

Coins collection help us to learn so many things and hope the collectors will increase day by day.



Tanisha Khan

Class: II - Tulips

My Sister's name is Reeasa Khan. She reads in S.F.X Greenherald

International School. We share everything with each other. I enjoy

playing with her. I have a lot of fun while we spend time together.She

always tries to give me the best advice. She wants to be a renowned economist in

future. She cares for everyone in the family and helps mother with her work. I love my

sister very much just the way she loves me.




Radhwa Nouf Nuha

Class II - Tulips

My favourite story is Frozen. It is a

story from a movie that I have

watched so many times. It is a story of two sisters, ice



Sandra Christine Rozario

Class II - Tulips

My name is Sandra Christine Rozario. I read in

class II tulips. Today I am going to share my

excitement about the recent under 10 handball tournaments which

took place at the national stadium in Motijheel between 29 April

to 01 May 2016. The players playing in my team was myself, Nuha,

and snow. I have memorised the song of this movie

with so much interest. I have read so many stories but

this is the best story for me and my mother.

Anika, Zara, Zaima and our goalkeeper Suha. About 10 school

participated in this tournament and our school secured the third

position. I thank Sister Michelle, Muriel teacher and everyone who

encouraged and helped us throughout the tournament. I am proud

of my school.





Shadmana Shafaiat Chowdhury

Class II - Tulips

The idea that animals predict about earthquake s

has ancient origins. In modern times it has been

proved that animals can predict earthquakes. A psychologist named-

"Stanley Coren", from the University of British Columbia,

conducted a study on two hundred dogs, in late year 2000, at

Vancouver, Canada, where he found that on February 27'2001- 47


percent of dogs were much more active than usual and 49 percent

were more anxious than usual, as a moderate earthquake had

occurred in that area on the next day, i.e. on February 28th of 2001.


Aadrita Mrinmoyee

Class II - Tulips

My mother's name is Archana.

She is very kind and beautiful.

My mother cooks very well.

She is a very good person.

She works in a bank.

She has a very good heart.

I love my mother very much.

She also loves me very much.




Rodela Ahmed

Class II - Tulips

A memorial know as the Martyred Intellectuals

memorial. It was build at Rayer Bazar in Dhaka city.

Martyred Intellectuals Day observed on 14 December in Bangladesh.

These intellectuals of Bangladesh were killed during Liberation Was in

1971. They were killed by Pakistani forces and their collaborators. The

intellectuals were renowned, academics, teachers, litterateurs, doctors,

engineers, journalists and other eminent personalities. They were dragged out of their houses blindfolded. Then they were killed,

before dumping the bodies in Rayer Bazar, Mirpur and other killing grounds in Dhaka.


Zaima Rahman

Class II - Tulips

Our Bangladesh is very beautiful. There are

eight divisions. Dhaka is the capital of

Bangladesh. It stands on the river Buriganga.

Chittagong is the largest seaport of Bangladesh. Rajshahi is

famous for mangoes and Rashashi Silk. In Barisal plenty of

crops are grown. Sylhet is famous for teagardens, hills and

natural gas. Khulna is the second seaport of Bangladesh.

Mymensingh is much cooler than Dhaka as it is closer to the

Himalayas. We like to live in peace.




Shah Farnad Rahman

Class II - Tulips

The process and mummification is

unique to the earliest and ancient

Egyptian civilization. In this process,

the first stage, the bodies were rubbed with palm oil and

Nile water and the internal organs were cleaned out.

This was done because the organs are the first to



Akkhor Antony Tomes

Class II - Tulips

I had a dream to watch the live match at Eden

Garden Stadium Kolkata, India. It is beautiful

and big popular stadium in the World. I went to Kolkata with

my family to this stadium to watch the live match T20 world


decompose. The heart was however kept intact. The

internal organs and the body were then dried from 40

days. After rubbing with oils, the bodies were then

wrapped with linen, amidst chanting by priests to ward

off evil spirit.

cup in this stadium last month. That day was Bangladesh vs.

New Zealand T20 Semifinal match. When I was inside of the

stadium, I was very happy and proud to see the wonderful

cricket ground and the supporters. I enjoyed this match very

much with my family. It was my memorable day and very

wonderful moment to fill up my dream. I hope and pray this

day again come in life.




Laishram Lanchenba Singha

Class II - Tulips

My family and I went to Agartala. We

started our journey from Dhaka by bus

(Shamoli Paribahan). We reached Bangladesh Immigration at

1:30 p.m. and crossed the border and passed the India

Immigration at 2:30p.m. After half an hour we reached

Agartala. From the bus station we went to our uncle's friend

house. We took lunch at our uncle's friend house. Then we



Zara Mahin Miah

Class II - Tulips

Nagaland is a small state of India. In

this state there are many hills and

rivers. These hills are covered with dense forests. The

people of Nagaland are called Nagas. The Nagas live

mostly in villages. The Nagas like to eat rice and fish.

went to our uncle’s village at Dhaka Bari. Most interesting is

Dhaka Bari people from Monipuri Para, Dhaka. They settled

in Agartala in 1965. Next two days, we visited Agartala King's

palace, zoo, temples and fair etc. We enjoyed with our

relatives in Agartala very much. Then next day, we left

Agartala for Dhaka, Bangladesh.

They also eat pork and rice-beer. The Nagas wear

colorful dresses and costumes. They are carefree and

cheerful. They are fond of dancing and singing.




Aindrila Biswas

Class II - Tulips

We had an opportunity to visit Mumbai.

It is the commercial capital of India.

The city is old and beautiful. It is

located on the Arabian Sea. I along with my parents flew



Class II - Tulips

I have a pet cat. Its name is Minnie.

It's white and grey in colour. It has

lovely green eyes. It is very soft and

furry. It eats fish and drinks milk. It plays with me when

I come back from school. It likes to play with ball in the

garden. It loves me and shows its love by licking me

when I come back from my school. It sleeps in a small

basket near my bed. I love my pet very much and take

care of it.


to Mumbai from Dhaka. We stayed in a very good hotel.

We saw the house of Tendulkar and the big khan. The

visit was short but very pleasant.



Class III Roses

Class III, Roses Class Teacher: Ms. Anzumanara Haque


Class III




Farhina Zaman

Class III - Roses

commemorate this day by offering flowers at Shahid Minar. Bangla has also

been named as the sweetest language.

In 1949, 26th of January, the

government of Pakistan announced that Urdu

would be the state language of both East and West

Pakistan. This was not welcome in East Pakistan as

the vast majority of the people spoke in Bangla

here. The people of East Pakistan decided to

protest against this. During the protest many

people gave their lives like Abul Borkat,

Rafikuddin Ahmed, Abdul Jabbar and Abdus

Salam on 21st February, 1952. After that the

government decided that Bangla can be kept as the

state language of East Pakistan. Thus, 21st

February has been declared as the International

Mother Language Day. Every year we




TOUR 2016

Sneha Joyeeta

Class III - Roses


Every year our

school arranges

study tours for us. This year we had a

study tour sometime in February. We

went to GazipurMathbari. We started

our journey from our school at about

9.00 am and returned at about

9.00 pm.

On our study tour we had a lot of fun

during our journey. We went by 3

hired buses and were divided into 3

groups; group A, B and C. In group

(A) there was Ms. Razia. In group (B)

there was Ms. Anzumanara. In group

(C) there was Ms. Raunak. I was in

group (C). We reached the place at

noon. We took rest for sometime in a

big hall there. Then we went outside

to play. We saw a church and a grave

yard. We played allday.

During our journey by bus and while returing to school we enjoyed the beautiful

nature and chated with one another. Ms. Raunak never restricted us like she does in

the classroom. We were allowed to shout, chat and gossip. Even when we were

coming back we were dancing and enjoying songs in the record player of the bus.

During the whole day we enjoyed the food, snacks and drinks. Our Group (C) arrived

at school at about 9:00 pm due to the huge traffic jam. After coming back home I

shared some of the snacks with my elder brother.



Tabib Hasan

Class III - Roses

Q: What has a foot but no legs?

A: A snail

Q: Poor people have it. Rich people need it. If you

eat it you die. What is it?

A: Nothing

Q: What comes down but never goes up?

A: Rain

Q: I'm tall when I'm young and I'm short when I'm old. What am I?

A: A candle

Q: Mary's father has 5 daughters - Nana, Nene, Nini, Nono. What

is the fifth daughters name?

A: If you answered Nunu, you are wrong. It's Mary!

Q: How can a pants pocket be empty and still have something in it?

A: It can have a hole in it.

Q: In a one-story pink house, there was a pink person, a pink cat, a

pink fish, a pink computer, a pink chair, a pink table, a pink

telephone, a pink shower- everything was pink!

What color were the stairs?

A: There weren't any stairs, it was a one story house!

Q: A dad and his son were riding their bikes and crashed. Two

ambulances came and took them to different hospitals. The

man's son was in the operating room and the doctor said, "I can't

operate on you. You're my son."

How is that possible?

A: The doctor is his mom!

Q: What goes up when rain comes down?

A: An umbrella!

Q: What is the longest word in the dictionary?

A: Smiles, because there is a mile between each 's'

Q: If I drink, I die. If I eat, I am fine. What am I?

A: A fire!

Q: Throw away the outside and cook the inside, then eat the outside

and throw away the inside. What is it?

A: Corn on the cob, because you throw away the husk, cook and eat

the kernels, and throw away the cob.

Q: What word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?

A: Short

Q: What travels around the world but stays in one spot?

A: A stamp!

Q: What occurs once in a minute, twice in a moment and never in

one thousand years?

A: The letter M

Q: What has 4 eyes but can't see?

A: Mississippi

Q: If I have it, I don't share it. If I share it, I don't have it. What is it?

A: A Secret.

Q: Take away my first letter, and I still sound the same. Take away my

last letter, I still sound the same. Even take away my letter in the

middle, I will still sound the same. I am a five letter word. What

am I?


Q: What has hands but can not clap?

A: A clock

Q: What can you catch but not throw?

A: A cold.

Q: A house has 4 walls. All of the walls are facing south, and a bear is

circling the house. What colour is the bear?

A: The house is on the north pole, so the bear is white.




Q: What is at the end of a rainbow?

A: The letter W!

Q: What is as light as a feather, but even the world's strongest man

couldn't hold it for more than a minute?

A: His breath!

Q: What starts with the letter "t", is filled with "t" and ends in "t"?

A: A teapot!

Q: What is so delicate that saying its name breaks it?

A: Silence.

Q: You walk into a room with a match, a karosene lamp, a candle, and a

fireplace. Which do you light first?

A: The match.

Q: A man was driving his truck. His lights were not on. The moon was

not out. Up ahead, a woman was crossing the street. How did he see


A: It was a bright and sunny day!

Q: What kind of tree can you carry in your hand?

A: A palm!

Q: If an electric train is travelling south, which way is the smoke going?

A: There is no smoke, it's an electric train!

Q: You draw a line. Without touching it, how do you make the line


A: You draw a shorter line next to it, and it becomes the longer line.

Q: What has one eye but cannot see?

A: A needle

Q: A man leaves home and turns left three times, only to return home

facing two men wearing masks. Who are those two men?

A: A Catcher and Umpire.

Q: Which weighs more, a pound of feathers or a pound of bricks?

A: Neither, they both weigh one pound!

Q: How many months have 28 days?

A: All 12 months!

Q: A frog jumped into a pot of cream and started treading. He

soon felt something solid under his feet and was able to hop

out of the pot. What did the frog feel under his feet?

A: The frog felt butter under his feet, because he churned the

cream and made butter.

Q: A horse is on a 24 foot chain and wants an apple that is 26 feet

away. How can the horse get to the apple?

A: The chain is not attached to anything.

Q: If a blue house is made out of blue bricks, a yellow house is

made out of yellow bricks and a pink house is made out of

pink bricks, what is a green house made of?

A: Glass

Q: What goes up a chimney down but can't come down a

chimney up?

A: an umberella

Q: We see it once in a year, twice in a week, and never in a day.

What is it?

A: The letter "E"

Q: Mr. Blue lives in the blue house, Mr. Pink lives in the pink

house, and Mr. Brown lives in the brown house. Who lives in

the white house?

A: The president!

Q: They come out at night without being called, and are lost in

the day without being stolen. What are they?

A: Stars!

Q: How do you make the number one disappear?

A: Add the letter G and it's "GONE"

Q; What goes up but never comes down?

A: Your age!





Smita Elizabeth Biswas

Class III - Roses

The name of my favourite player of Bangladesh is

Mustafizur Rahman . He was born at Satkhira. He is 20

years old. He is the best bowler of the WORLD T20 CUP.

He took five wickets in twenty-two runs. When he went

to play in the IPL the Indians gave him the name "The

Fizz". He played so well that many of the foreigners

wanted to learn Bengali. He became "the man of the

match" once in the IPL.

and lands are

all part of

nature. It is

not that only

paddy, fish,

bird, tiger and

trees are at

stake but also


Soumik Sen

Class III - Roses

We should always love nature. It is the best

creation of God. There are many things in

nature. Flowers, trees, birds, animals, rivers

the cultural

diversity and

uniqueness of

human culture is also in danger in Bangladesh. Without nature

we won't be alive. Therefore, we all should love and protect the

nature from




Class III Tulips

Class III, Tulips Class Teacher Ms. Razia Ali


Class III


Nabila Nasir Preema

Class III - Tulips

Nabila Nasir Preema

Mother Earth, Mother Earth,

Take the seed and give it birth.

Father Sun, gleam and glow

Until the roots begin to grow.



Sumreen Kadir

Class III - Tulips

My favourite story book is


In my story book there are two selfish sisters.

My favourite Princess in Cinderella.

My favourite Princess' friends are the animals.

I love this story very much.

Sister Rain, Sister Rain

Shed thy tears to swell the grain.

Brother Wind, breathe and blow,

Turn the blade, green and grow.

Earth and sun and wind and rain,

Turn to gold, the living grain





Arisha Ashiq Khan

Class III - Tulips

I only saw fireflies on TV channels and

on the internet. Once my father told

me how they used to play with fireflies

when they were kids, when they went

for holidays to their village. From that very moment I

became eager to know more about the fireflies and to see

them in real. I

got to know

some facts about

them through

the internet. In

many places the

insects called

fireflies are a

familiar sight in

summer. They

are noticeable

because they can

produce flashes

of light. Fireflies

belong to the

beetle family.

They are also

called glow




Rahmin Kabir

Class III - Tulips

Beauty is in the red of the dragon flame

The way it burns,

Impossible to tame

Beauty is in the

Orange of the

Volcano's eruption running down the side in a fiery disruption

Beauty is in the yellow of the sun,

Also in the green of the trees,

In the blue of the ocean

And All Around



Class IV Roses

Class IV, Roses Class Teacher: Ms. Shazia Khan


Class IV


Adel Thamid

Class IV - Roses

There are many beautiful places in Bangladesh. During the Easter

holidays my family and I planned to go to Sylhet. We went by car

and reached there after five hours. Entering this place is the most

interesting experience. The place is covered with green hills, with

great plantations of tea. The weather is beautiful. We settled to a hotel with hills

inside it. The hotel was air conditioned and five star one. The name was Grand

Sultan named after the owner of the hotel. The next day we went to one of the

animal sanctuaries of Bangladesh. It is a rain forest and full of large trees. The name

of the forest is Lawachhara Rain Forest. When we entered, it was very hot. We saw

a lot of monkeys. There were many sign boards which were telling us to beware of dangerous animals; python, sloths, lizards,

snakes and some kind of posionous insects. People who go there need a guide. People who do not have a guide will lose their way.

There are security people for the poachers who kill the beautiful migratory birds. The sloths are the most endangered animals of

this rain forest. It is already becoming extinct because there are only a few of them left. After we returned, it started to rain heavily.

The hotel had many facilities. It had different kinds of games. Games like basketball, batminton and lawn tennis which are outdoor

games. These were complimentary for us, and games like table tennis and pool were not free. There is a movie theatre with

forty-four seats and a library with Religious, Philosphcal, Science, Bangla books. There are two swimming pools, one for the adults

and the other for the children. I really liked this place surrounded with the beautiful tea gardens.





Aye Than May

Class IV - Roses

Through centuries and through

millenniums this word has always been a

very dear one. It amazes me how much

love and adoration can fit into such a tiny word. From the

moment we were born till the end, our mothers have stood by

our sides, to help us, to guide us, to shape us and to gradually

prepare us for the real world. Yes, we all hate it when our

mothers scold us for the most trivial

of things. Trust me, we all have those

issues, but what we often do not

realise is that these small mistakes

that we are making today may result

in a big loss in future. And when

we'll look back, we'll regret not

listening to our mothers.

Mothers are the finest piece of art

that God has crafted. Mothers are

unique, divine, significant and

understanding and have hearts of

gold. They spread their warmth and

generosity through the universe and

can touch the coldest of hearts. They

have strong principles and are strong

warriors. They have the whole world

on their shoulders and yet they make it seem like a pair of wings.

They don't see us as who we are, they see us as who we have the

potential to be. And they remember our beauty when we feel ugly,

our wholeness when we are broken, our innocence when we are

guilty and our purpose when we are confused.

If I could unite the tears, the laughter, the smiles, the frowns, the

anger, the sadness, the happiness, the serenity, the strength, the scars,

the blemishes, the secrets, the beauty spots, the magnificence and

the harmony that are etched deep inside my mother's soul, then she

would become the universe; simply breath taking.

Mothers do so much for us, but we seem to notice only the things

they didn't do. When my mom did not let me buy the T-shirt that

had Panic! At The Disco plastered at the

front or when she didn't let me eat ice cream

because I had a slight cough. I was so upset

and grumbled about how she did not love

me at all. But as I write this, the realization

dawns upon me and I know now that love

doesn't necessarily need to be seen, it needs

to be felt. I guess we're all still learning to

recognise the ways in which this creature


So, let's set this aside for once and appreciate

our mothers and help them when they need

it, make them smile and laugh, show them

hope and light when there are upset and love

them unconditionally for as long as the

world allows, because if you don't I swear

you'll regret it.



Koushin Unber

Class IV - Roses

J. K. Rowling is the queen of literature, a

breathtaking, an awe-inspiring novelist. The

one who opened the hearts of many young

readers, the one and only J.K. Rowling.

Joanne Rowling (aka Robert Galbraith); born 31 July 1965, is a

British novelist, screenwriter and film producer best known as

the author of the Harry Potter fantasy series. She was born in Yate,

Gloucestershire, England but the family moved to the nearby

village Winterbourne when Rowling was four.

She attended St. Michael's Primary School. As a child, Rowling

often wrote fantasy stories which she frequently read to her sister,

Dianne Rowling.

After a year of study in Paris, Rowling graduated from the

University of Exeter in 1986 and moved to London to work as a

researcher and bilingual secretary for Amnesty International and

this is where she conceived the idea for the Harry Potter series. In

1990, Rowling's mother died and her death heavily affected

Rowling's writing. She

was married to Jorge

Arantes in 1992 and

had a daughter, but

later they separated.

J.K. Rowling's many

books consist of: The

Harry Potter Series (7

books), Fantastic

Beasts and Where to

Find Them, Quidditch Through the Ages, The Casual Vacancy, Harry Potter and the

Cursed Child, The Silkworm and many others.

I am a big fan of Harry Potter and am currently on the 5th book. Everyone loves J.K.

Rowling and her stories because she has a marvelous mind for writing all these amazing

books. I recommend you to read them because they are, without doubt, amazing!


Sabyashachi Roy

Class IV - Roses

My favourite game is

cricket. It was

introduced by France

and its birth place is

considered as England. Eleven Players

participate in this game in each team. In

earlier times children used to play village

'Gollachhut', 'Kanamachhi', 'Dariyabanda',

'Bouchi', 'Football' etc but now they are

crazy about Cricket. In Cricket there are

batsmen, wicket keeper, bowlers and

fielders to play the game. The Umpires

decide whether it is No ball, L.B.W., Wide, Not out, Six or Four. In Bangladesh

team my favourite player is Mushfiqur Rahim and from foreign teams Jason Roy

of England and M. S. Dhoni of India. They play good cricket. I would like to play

cricket like them.

I have a dream. I want to see an international match in the stadium, especially

Bangladesh-India or Bangladesh-England match. Whenever I get the opportunity

I would like to go to Mirpur stadium to see a match.



Class IV Tulips

Class IV, Tulips Class Teacher: Ms. Shabana Nizam


Class IV


Zara Zaman

Class IV - Tulips

I had my summer vacation from the 19th

of June, 2015. During that time I went to

the USA with my parents. We travelled by

Emirates Airlines and we had a transit in Dubai for 12 hours.

In Dubai, We went to the tallest building in the world named

'Burj-al-Khalifah. It was a very beautiful sight. Then we

went to our hotel. At 6:00 am we went to the airport for our

destination, Texas, USA. It was an 18 hours direct flight and

finally we reached Houston Intercontinental Airport. We

went to my uncle's house at Dallas from the airport. There

was a cute little girl named Samar. She is my cousin. I played

all the time with her.

Beside Texas, we visited some more famous places. The

Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Manhattan, Coney Islands etc.

in New York. The Statue of Liberty holds a tablet in one

hand and a torch in the other. We visited the white House,

American President's office in Washington DC in Virginia.

We also visited Little Rock in Arkansas, home town of

former US president Mr. Bill Clinton.

In Texas, we visited NASA space station. I jumped from

Mars to Earth there. We visited former President George

Bush’s city and many more. I got many pictures there. I

really enjoyed the trip very much.







Ricky Barua

Class IV - Tulips

We all know that our Earth was formed between 4 to 5

billion years ago. Our first universe age was The Dark

Age dating back to 380,000 billion years from now, when

even the Sun was not formed. Dark stars with bitterly

cold space began and slowly after 180,000 billion years

heat and magnetic cells gathered and space rocks were

formed. After 1 billion years, stars were to be formed. In

less than 21 billion years our stars were formed. Now is

the time for the Sun. The tiny fractions of seconds

formed gradually. But before time was super mystery

which no one could find out. Oh, sorry I have forgotten

to tell you about the first second of the universe, the

Epoch and the cosmological time. Of course with less

than 13.8777777 years ago the universe was formed.

Within less than 13 billion years Big Bang explosion took

place with the red nebula and it formed into a disk which is our Sun. The Earth

was formed afterwar.

The end of the universe: First the Sun became the giant in the space and finally

destroyed the other planets and stars. And finally after 5 billion years our Earth had

"lava seas". The Stelliferous Era ended as stars eventually died and fewer were born

to replace them leading to a dark universe. Various theories suggest a number of

subsequent possibilities. Assuming proton decay, matter may eventually evaporate

into a Dark Era (heat death). Alternatively the universe may collapse in a Big

Crunch. Alternative suggestions include a false vacuum catastrophe or a Big Rip as

possible ends to the universe.



Abraham Shalokko khan

Class IV - Tulips

Hello! I am a book and my name


outset I was kept in a library. I saw many people in the

library anxiously looking for various books. But I was

situated in such a place that none could find me. Every month the Librarian put

new books and they rearranged all the books and I always hoped they set me in a

place everyone could see me but in vain.

One day I fell from my shelf by a person who took a book beside me. I got hurt,

and that time someone saw me and bought me. Seemed that the person who

bought me was very rich. And since then I have been kept in a very nice place.

I have made many friends and many great things have happened, all my series of

books have been here and from then onwards the wheel of my fortune has turned.




Yasa Zaheen

Class IV - Tulips

This is an amazing magic trick of

prediction. Your audience would be

amazed to see this trick. The materials

needed for this trick are: two large paper

bags, small

pieces of paper

to write, one

pen & a fruit.

The magician

chooses two


randomly from

the audience. One of them would be holding the bag with

the pieces of paper, and the other one would be holding

another bag in which there is the fruit that the magician had

predicted. First the magician gives one bag to each of the

volunteers. The magician tells the audience to name some

fruit one by one.

Each time the

magician writes

the name of the

fruit on the

piece of paper

and drops the

piece of paper in

to the volunteer's

bag who was

supposed to be

holding the pieces

of paper. Then

when the

magician thinks

OK, this many

names are fine he stops the audience from saying any more

name. Then the magician calls the volunteer with the paper.

After this, the magician mixes the bag with the pieces of paper

and tells the volunteer to close his/her eyes and tells him/her

to pick any on piece of paper from the bag. Once the

volunteer chooses the paper, the magician reads the paper out

loud to the audience for example

"Apple." Then the

magician tells the

other volunteer to

put his/her hand

in his/her bag

and tell him/her

to take the thing

out. Amazingly

the thing would

be an apple.

Secret: While writing

the magician writes only apple

in all the papers instead of writing different. And before the

magic the magician puts an apple in the bag.






Shayanto Nawar

Class IV - Tulips

We had a long summer vacation in

last July and August and we decided

to go on a trip to Cox's Bazar, the longest unbroken

sea beach in the world and the top tourist

destination of Bangladesh. We were 10 people

(my family, my mother's colleagues and

their children). All of them came to our

house and we have started our journey

from there at 9 am. We enjoyed a lot in

the bus. After thirteen hours we

reached Cox's Bazar at 10 pm. We

stayed in a hotel named 'Prashad

Paradise' in Cox's Bazar. The hotel was

very near to the beach. We could see the

beach from our room. This was for the

first time I went there, so I was very

excited and my mother took my brother

and me to the beach for a short time. In the

next morning, we woke up early and went to the

beach with my father. My younger brother and I

collected shells from the beach. We made a sand castle

but the waves destroyed it. We were sad for a moment

but the next moment we decided to make a new one

further away from the sea. We rode on a motor bike for two hours and

saw the sparkling beach in the light of the bright sun.

My father told us that it is a total of 125 kilometre long sea beach and

the name Cox's Bazar was derived from its founder, Captain Cox. He

founded this very attractive beach in 1798. Next morning, we went to

the beach and rode a motor bike. In the afternoon, we went to the

Kolatoli and Laboni beach. We visited other tourist attractions around

Cox's Bazar by a Jeep. Next day, in the morning, we went to the Inani

beach where corals were all around. It is bordered by

hills and forests. We saw seashells of different

colours, shapes and sizes. We also visited

Himchori, which is famous for Himchari

Waterfall and its natural beauty. We also

visited Aggmeda Khyang, a large

elaborately planned and decorated

Buddhist Monastery. It is located near

the entrance to the Cox's Bazar town.

The monastery holds a big collection of

manuscripts, prayer chamber, bronze

Buddha images of Burmese origin and

an assembly hall. Lastly, we had a drive to

a small town called Teknaf which is about

80 km from Cox's Bazar. It was a memorable

experience as the roads go alongside the

beautiful Naf river and through forested hilly

roads. Teknaf is the southernmost point of Bangladesh

and is bordered by Myanmar. We stayed there for four days and spent

many wonderful moments there. When I flew to Dhaka by air, I

missed every moment of the visit.




Musabbir Uddin Arham

Class IV - Tulips

I've always wanted to go on a train

ride. Mom and Dad surprised me

one day after dinner, when they said that the whole

family was going to Grandma and Grandpa by train. I

was so excited that I couldn't even eat the chocolate

pudding Mom had made for dessert.

We left one Saturday morning after breakfast. We drove

into the town, parking in next to the station. We looked

around the station, which was really big. Then we heard

an announcement over the loudspeaker: a booming

voice said our train was ready for boarding.

We walked through a tunnel with shiny floors, then up

a stairway. There were two rows of windows one above

the other. My Dad said it was a car lounge, where people

talked and set to look at the passing scenery.

The conductor came to our compartment a few minutes

later. He took our tickets and told us the on lounge right

next door was open and that they would serve lunch in

two hours. I smiled at Mom as he said it. We walked to

the on lounge as the train started to move. I could hardly

tell at first, but the noise was loud and the floor moved

as we walked. I sat in the lower berth. There were

others, too. We ate popcorn and drank soft drinks. It was

fun! Later, Mom and

Dad came down and

said it was time to eat.

I spent the rest of the

afternoon wandering

between our

compartment and the

on lounge. I liked our

compartment, because

Dad pulled down the

upper bunk and let me play up there. There were lots of coat hooks that

folded out of the wall, and I hung things on them all. Later, I played

checkers with Dad. He's not a very good player - I almost always won.

When I climbed up, the night had become dark. We couldn't see much

outside anymore, since there was no light. I turned on a night light above

my bed, so I could read. I looked at a comic book, but it only took a few

minutes for my eyelids to get heavy. So, I turned off the light and went to


The next morning the sun was shining and there were green pine trees

around. We ate breakfast in the dining car, where the chef made me a

pancake with a smiling face on it. When we slowed to a stop at the station,

Grandma and Grandpa were waiting for us. They hugged us and asked if

we had a good trip. I said that we sure did. The train stayed in the station

for only five minutes or so, and I sadly waved goodbye when it left. I

walked away, holding my Mom's hand.

I asked Dad if we could take the train again the next time we visit Grandma

and Grandpa. He said we could. I'll keep reminding him so that he doesn't






Saif Sammi Rahat

Class IV - Tulips


Bye bye good old class III &

hello class IV; that was what

we said when first stepped into the class. Now

we have to say bye bye to class IV & hello to

class V. Every time we move up by one grade,

we leave back good memories, all the fun we

had & the friends, and some sad memories like

losing a friend. I really want to thank all my

teachers. I really thank all of you for all the

wonderful things you taught us. All the

precious education you gave us. Not only me

but we all will miss the wonderful days & our

wonderful class teacher, Shabana Miss. We’ll

always remember the Moral Science & Spelling

Dictation classes when we used to talk to her

about our day. We will miss our Shazia Miss

with whom we spent a lot of happy times,

especially singing the “Happy Birthday Song” &

saying “May God BLAST you, evans Sir who

never punished us and was one of the best

maths teacher I’ve ever known, then Ms. Carol

our Eng-II miss who is a little strict but very

kind. Ms. Raunak is very kind & teaches us nicely but also strictly. Ms. Shyma

is a very good teacher, teaches us everything thoroughly. I thank all my teachers

for the precious moments they gave us and I’ll always remember them for the

rest of my life.


Class IV Daisies

Class IV, Daisies Class Teacher: Ms. Shyma Ali


Class IV




Shreas Labib Arion

Class IV - Daisies

I went to England in December, 2009

because of my father's was

completing his Phd. Our first stop was Qatar Airport.

There we stayed for about three hours and then set out

for London. My first experience of snow was the

moment we landed. It was so cold

there that I was shivering. The first

days we were in London, we went to

many places in London like the art

gallery, London Eye Tower, Thames

River, etc. We hired a taxi and headed

for Reading. On our way we saw

many farms which had animals like

goats, sheep, horses, etc. On the way

we also saw many oat fields. After a few days, I was admitted to a

school called Alfred Sutton Primary School. The experience there

was really good one because the teachers were very friendly and

helpful. There was no pressure for us in studying and they also gave

us free fruits, snacks and milk whenever we went out to play. They

also used to take us for outings. The schools in England and

Bangladesh are really different because in England there was no

pressure us and we did all our learning through fun activities. A few

years later we went to visit the house of Shakespeare. It was located

in Stratford-upon-Avon. We went there by a train. There was a flood

of tourists in Shakespeare's house. The house was the same as it was

when he lived. His bed and his swing were in the same place. There

were also two people acting in the play Romeo and Juliet. We also

went to an island in England called Isle of Wight near Southampton.

We went there by a gigantic ferry which took us about an hour. In

front of almost every house we saw a small private

plane. Lots of rich people live there and the island is

mostly hilly. In England, during the summer time what

really surprised me was that when we had our dinner

at 9:00 pm the sun was still there. The other thing is

that in winter the sun sets at 3:00 pm, plus the winter

season and the rainy season were together!!!

I spent four years in England with a lot of fun and wish

to go there again.





Anusree Chakraborty

Class IV - Daisies

Throughout our history, there have been

many great men who accomplished many

great things that have benefited human

kind. Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose was one of

them. Children of my age know very little

of his discoveries and contributions to


Acharya Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose was a

polymath, physicist, biologist, botanist,

archaeologist, as well as an early writer of

science fiction. He was the first to invent

radio and microwave optics. He made very

significant contributions to plant science

and laid the foundations of experimental

science in the Indian subcontinent. He is

also considered as the father of Bengali

science fiction. He also invented the

crescograph. A crater on the moon has

been named to honour him.

Sir Bose was born in Mymensingh on 30 November 1858. His father Bhagawan

Chandra Bose worked as a Deputy Magistrate in Faridpur. After completion of his

studies in London, he joined the Presidency College of the University of Calcutta

as a Professor of Physics. He made remarkable progress in his research of remote

wireless signalling and was the first to use

semiconductor junctions to detect radio

signals. However, instead of trying to gain

commercial benefit from this

invention, Bose made his inventions

public in order to allow others to

further develop his research.

Sir Jagadish Bose also discovered

that plant has life like other

animals. He subsequently made

a number of pioneering

discoveries in plant physiology.

He used his own invention, the

crescograph, to measure plant

response to various stimuli and

thereby scientifically proved

parallelism between animal and plant


Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose died on 23 November

1937 in Kolkata.





Class IV - Daisies


Fahimur Rahman Chowdhury

Class IV - Daisies


Weather is the state of the atmosphere, to the degree that is

hot or cold, dry or wet, calm or stormy, clear or cloudy.

Most weather phenomena occur in the troposphere, just

below the stratosphere. Weather refers to day - to - day temperature and the

precipitation activity, whereas climate is the term for the statistics of

atmospheric condition over long periods of time. When used without

qualification, “weather” is generally understood to mean the weather of


As extreme weather increases, Bangladesh braces for the worst. Scientists are

predicting that warming conditions will bring more frequent and more

intense extreme weather

conditions. Their warnings hit

home in densely populated

areas in Bangladesh, which

historically had been hit by

devastating sea surges and


Hi I am your brain

I play games in your mind

I am the river of imagination

I am the main part of your body





Juhair Huda Tahmid

Class V - Roses

On 17th July, 2016 me and my family went to Grand

Sultan Tea Resort. My relatives also went there with us.

Grand Sultan is a very beautiful place. It is located at Srimongol in Sylhet.

Before going to start our journey I packed my bag and went to sleep. In

the morning , 6:00

a.m. we went to the

Kamalapur Railway

Station and waited

for the train . It took

us 3hours to reach

Srimongol . A car

came from the hotel

to take us to Grand

Sultan. On the way, a

man from the hotel

showed us lots of tea garden and some tourist

place of Srimongol. We reached Grand Sultan at

10 o' clock. We were surprised to see such a nice

resort. It has three swimming pools, two

children's playground, basketball court , golf

court, movie theater, library and many other

things. Their food was very good. We stayed for

two days there. We had a lots of fun in Grand

Sultan Resort. Hope I go there once again.




Class V Roses

Class V, Roses Class Teacher: Ms. Nargis Rahman


Class V


Mahmudul H. Ahmed

Class V - Roses


Time is going,

The clock is running

The tide is jumping,

And the world is moving.

Time is going

Time is not coming

Time is not waiting

And no one is thinking.

Time is going

Everyone is wasting,

No one is thinking,

That God is the one who is watching.


Class V Tulips

Class V, Tulips Class Teacher: Ms. Laura Samad Khondaker


Class V




Ayaz Hamid Jaiyan

Class V - Tulips

World War I was one of the largest war in

history. It is estimated that about 17 million

people died in this war. The entire Europe was mobilized for

this war. And after the German U-boats attacked the British

liner RMS Lusitania which carried 128 American passengers,

the United States entered the war. But what caused this war?

Let's find out.

The war was triggered by the assassination of Archduke

Franz Ferdinand of Austria, who was heir to the throne of

the Austro-Hungary Empire. He was shot by Serbian

student Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo on 28 June, 1914.After

this incident, the Austro-Hungary Empire declared war on

Serbia and invaded it on 28 July, 1914.As the Russian Empire

was in favor of the Serbians, they mobilized their troops in

order to attack the Austro-Hungarians in the Eastern

Front. Meanwhile, the German Empire invaded Belgium

and Luxembourg. Why did they invade it? Well, there are

several reasons. But what I know is that Germany was an

ally of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Before the war,

both empires formed an alliance called the Duel Alliance.

However, Germany didn't support Austro-Hungarians

that much. They were just looking for excuses to expand

their empire. So, after the German invasion of Belgium,

United Kingdom declared war on Germany as the British

were in support of Belgium. Slowly, the war started. The

United Kingdom, Russian Empire, France and some

other countries such as Romania and Greece formed the

Triple Entente. Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman

Empire and Bulgaria formed the Central Powers. The war

was intense. Even though the United Kingdom was the

best prepared nation for the war, neither side had an

advantage. At first, it seemed as if the Triple Entente

would lose the war as the Russian government collapsed

and had to sign a treaty with the German Empire. This

was a big victory for the Germans as Russia was one of the


largest empire at that time. The war was disastrous. Even chemical weapons were used during the war. However, the tide changed

as the United States and Japan entered the war in 1917. With fresh new troops against them the Central Powers lost and the war

ended. However, so many countless lives were lost, that World War 1 was considered the war to end all wars because of its massive

impact of unrest on Europe. It was actually, not the last Great War in history as World War II was launched shortly after.




Class VI Jupiter

Class VI, Jupiter Class Teacher: Ms. Sandra Mariagoreti Gomes


Class VI Mars

Class VI, Mars Class Teacher: Ms. Kakon Teresa Corraya


Class VI Venus

Class VI, Venus Class Teacher: Ms. Suma Megdiline Rebeiro



Class VII Jupiter

Class VII, Jupiter Class Teacher: Mr. David P. Pereira


Jupiter - VII

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Class VII Mars

Class VII, Mars Class Teacher: Ms. Promila Corraya



Class VIII Jupiter

Class VIII, Jupiter Class Teacher: Ms. Rinku Bridget Costa





Orthi Onupom

Class VIII - Jupiter

The scorching sun dried up the

creeks and lakes in the north and the

raging rivers were reduced to shallow streams; yet

there was no water to replace it. The people trembled

under the garish light of the summer sun and suffered

from long days of unquenched thirst. The once

flowing rivers were now ditches full of stagnant water.

People drew water from the wells but even they were

drying up. Generally, it was the melting of the ice

from the Himalayas that supplied the gallons of fresh

water flowing through this riverine country, but not

anymore. The government of the neighbouring

country had put a dam in purlieu of the borders

retaining all the water for themselves and none for

their neighbours on the other side. And the people

suffered silently for they could not voice their plight.

Those who could did not suffer and those who

suffered could not speak up.

The water retained was more than the people of the

country needed. Its uses went far beyond simply

drinking to remain hydrated. It served to provide

huge incomes which in turn brought luxury and

comfort and extravagance to important figures. They

knew nothing of the sufferings they had inflicted and

if they did they turned a blind eye. The newspapers and media spoke of

the dam as'a big success'. It had helped boost the economy - the

thousands of people dying of thirst and water-borne diseases as a result

were just casualties in the long run. After all, they had their own thirsts

to quench - their thirst for wealth. And in order to do so, they had taken

away what rightly belonged to everyone regardless of nationality or

social status. But that doesn't really make much sense, does it? Aren't we

always taught to think of others before we think of ourselves? Isn't that

the first rule you must follow to be a leader? I believed so.

At one point during the World Wars and Civil Wars, the arms industries

were at their peaks. But then it all settled down. There were

disagreements and riots but nothing that required heavy artillery. The

weapons industries thrived but they lost the inflow of customers. And

so the owners felt the loss and as a result the politicians felt a loss - a loss

in their 'trifling' extra incomes. At length, they conjured up a way to set

the industries back on their prosperous path. They needed a war. So

they nudged vulnerable countries, races - set them up against each other

- promised to provide backup, made alliances. They started a war. Entire

towns were wiped out, thousands were killed, many more made

homeless, many children made orphans. The entire region was labelled

by these very people as insecure and unsettled. And for what? Just so

that the factory owners could get what they wanted - more wealth. The

wrecked cities, the howls of anguish, they were casualties that could not

be helped. After all, they had their own families to think of. Plus, the

politicians would benefit from the industries and so would the

government - taxes and all. And then this money would be used to

improve infrastructure and increase increments and provide support.

And so it would go back to the people, wouldn't it? It is their own

wealth. That's what they told themselves and the others. But from the

time we started learning, weren't we always kept from fighting, from


hurting people? We were always taught that peace was an

important factor in human life, something we should always

try to keep. It is the combined effort of the leaders and the

people that can help retain peace. But how can we keep

peace if we jump at any chance we get to destroy it just

because it may make us rich?

Differences have always brought a reaction out of people

which is why Cortez killed the Aztecs when he reached the

New Continent. He did not want to share with or yield to

those who looked and lived differently from him - those he

thought were inferior to him. A similar notion persists today.

And from there sprouts racism and discrimination - a

shocking problem in the present world. The wealth to be

preserved here is not money but our superiority, our control.

The minorities due to fewer numbers or their down-toearth

simplicity are always overruled and exploited....A girl

can never lead as efficiently as a man. They are too weak and

emotional...This is our territory and we decide who can

enter and who can't; and I say, "NO REFUGEES

ALLOWED".... These lines are haunting examples of the

many hurtful judgements passed onto people who are either

prejudicially considered weak or physically appear different.

That is what we have done...we have taken a whole,

complete sphere known as the world and marred it with

both physical and racial borders all over the landmasses. We

have created the differences and we have set the bench

marks...Whatever happened to equality, uniformity? Isn't

that why we have uniforms in school? So that we can learn

to treat each other as equals? Isn't that what makes a leader -

a sense of fellowship? That's what I was taught, at least.

You see, the world today runs after wealth - and dignity, and

power, and fame - and so caught up are we in our wild goose

chases, that we forget what matters the most. This is not to say that

tolerance and equality are extinct. Not at all. There are many

regions even today where race and colour and politics and money

do not shape people's lives - where people live as people and not

as killing machines or heartless robots set on doing what they have

been commanded to do. But their numbers are dwindling

between single digits now. We are all different if we come to think

of it. All of us have unique personalities and it is in our uniqueness

that we have our similarities. Each of us is unique! And therefore,

we should know how it feels to be different and so instead of

shoving it away, we should embrace it. There is one more thing we

all have and that is our buried humanity. It is what we have in

common and it is the wealth all of us possess. It is also the one

thing many of us fail to nurture. After all, this is an issue

frequently spoken of today. We must distribute our wealth equally.

We must help our brothers in distress. We must unite in order to

end this war. We must all financially contribute as much as we can.

We must...We must...We must... It is what we hear our leaders and

preachers say all the time. But maybe, it isn't capital wealth that we

actually need to share. Maybe the wealth we need isn't resources

or donations or deeds. Maybe the wealth we need is the grace of

kindness, the spark of unity, the notion of equality, the desire to

love and the need to help. Maybe what we need is the willingness

to think about others, even if just for a moment. What we need is

the thirst to be the cause of a smile. To have a heart. To be humane.

Maybe all the wealth we ever need is "the wealth we have in




Class VIII Mars

Class VIII, Mars Class Teacher: Mr. Julian Malcolm Mendez


Class VIII Venus

Class VIII, Venus Class Teacher: Mr. Syed Nazrul Ahsan



Class IX Mars

Class IX, Jupiter Class Teacher: Mr. Md. Moshiur Reza Khan


Mars - IX






Veronica Cheryl Gomes

Class IX - Mars

In 1943, Abraham Maslow proposed a theory in his paper, 'A Theory

of Human Motivation' which states that humans have five levels of

needs which can be represented as the hierarchy of needs. Although

this is meant to identify with the needs of the human population as a

whole but I believe this is only a rough summary of the necessities of

the exceptionally complex beings known as humans.

Each individual on this earth is different. Each one has different

mindsets, different ways of thinking, different opinions and of course,

different requirements to survive on this earth. Looking around a

crowded room you can never be absolutely sure about what a person

needs in that exact moment. It can be as simple as a hug or as

complicated as a reason to live. Human beings are intricate

individuals, each one with a unique set of skills, goals and beliefs and

that is why it is rather difficult to balance one's specific needs with that

of the crowd.

The human race has a long history of out casting

people who are different from them. That is why

even though people have learned to live by the

boundaries set by the common people, it does

not mean that their needs are being taken care of.

Even though it is the 21st century, people still

have to fight for their rights. Transgender people

are often viewed in a rather negative demeanor

in societies. They are not given proper jobs,

residencies or the respect of a proper human

being. The LGBT community often faces this

kind of discrimination. In many parts of the

world, transgenders struggle to receive

recognition as human beings in the society.

Their need for acceptance and their struggle for

identity is one of the most discussed topics of the

world today. If the needs of the individual have

to be balanced with those of the crowd then the

needs of the transgender people should also be

taken into consideration as they are also human

beings and should be treated as such.

In most South-Asian countries, women are not

given many opportunities to think for

themselves because they are still considered


inferior to men. Their needs are often not given any

heed. For example, when a girl is robbed from the

opportunity of a higher education, her need for

knowledge is not being fulfilled. Or when she is

forced to marry early and put a stop to her dreams to

raise a family, her need to accomplish what she wanted

in life remains dissatisfied. Due to many cultural and

religious traditions and rules, the needs of women are

being pushed aside. Female infanticide is also a big

issue in these countries. In India alone, 2000 girl

children are killed every day because daughters are

considered to be undesirable in India's highly

patriarchal society. This is truly appalling. Women

should not be thought as burdens but as blessings to a

family. Daughters should be brought up with the same

values as sons and should be given the same

opportunities. Women should be seen as equals to

men and their needs should be given the same

importance that is given to the needs of men.

Although the South-Asian society has come a long

way, there's still a long way to go. The needs of the

individual and the crowd can only be balanced when

people become more open-minded and less

judgmental. It can only happen when people are

allowed to do what they want to, given it's not

something that would cause serious damage to them

or their surroundings. Society needs to be more

tolerant towards people who are different from them

because God created each human being to be one of

a kind and unique. The needs of the individual can

be balanced with the needs of the crowd only when

everyone's needs are taken care of, which is only

possible when everyone learns to accept and respect

each other in the society and value the differences

present in others.



Class IX Jupiter

Class IX, Jupiter Class Teacher: Ms. Shilpy Roy


Jupiter - IX



Sahar Islam

Class IX - Jupiter

All human beings are separate individuals.

All of us are unique in our own way. Our

personality shows the various aspects in our character which

makes us different from others. Each individual has a particular

quality which someone else might not have.

As an individual being, I know my qualities and traits which

separates me from others. I consider myself to be polite, well

behaved, friendly and kind. Someone else might be the exact

opposite of what I believe myself to be.

Majority of the people are humane. They believe in humanity

and cannot bear to tolerate others in pain. The rest are selfish.

Whatever they do they always have an ulterior motive. They are

blinded by the possibility of gaining something in return for

their favours. Among the selfish, few might have shown some

respect for compassion. As the years passed, they experienced

suffering which has made them insensitive today.

From my personal experience, majority of my friends were

selfish whereas two to three of them were loyal to me. I was used

as a shield to protect my "so called friends" from harm. When I

realized what they were, it was too late. They did not need me

anymore, so they stopped all communication with me. They

always had a motive when it came to communicating with me. I was nothing

more than a scapegoat to them, and I was too naive to understand their true


Hatred and revenge are two traits which consumes all that is good. When

someone close to us proves to be a traitor, it hurts. That is when the 'betrayed' feel

an inexplicable surge of hatred and revenge towards the traitor. They want to take

every possible measure to hurt the betrayer, to inflict pain so that he/she finds it

hard to recover. Hatred and revenge are two despicable traits which one must

learn to control. Many of us are incapable of controlling the feeling of taking

revenge when someone inflicts pain on us, someone we thought could never hurt

us, someone with whom we shared our secrets. The damage inflicted cannot be


Sometimes, we are rude to people we don't like. We regard them with extreme

contempt. When they are near us, we chase them away. But they are completely

oblivious as to why we hate them.

They do not know the actual reason, about us hating them, anymore than we do.

When we think about why we hate them, it mostly comes down to their looks or

behavior. Either they are pretty which we don't approve of, or they are the ideal

students whom everyone loves. But the actual reason for hating a person is that

he/she might have some quality which we do not have. This makes us jealous.

We are also ungrateful. When someone helps us or takes good care of us, we are

happy. But when it is our turn to return the favour, we pretend not to know them.

We fail to remember the favour they did to us in our moment of need.

Each human being is an individual in his actions, but basically we are all the same.

This is what make us different from each other. Some of us are controlled by our

instincts whereas others may decide to exercise caution over their feelings. Our

choice makes us different from others. It is entirely up to us whether we want to

let our feelings control us.




Class X Jupiter

Class X, Jupiter Class Teacher: Mr. Ronald Cruz


Class X Mars

Class X, Mars Class Teacher: Ms. Rahat Nilofer




Abrar Rahman Aditto Arif Rahman Adrita Azad Aga Ahanaf Tazwar Chowdhury

Akik Bashar Alison Claudia Diaz Allin Mohana Biswas Al-Saba Abrar Zaman



Alvin Costa Sristy

Anika Tahsin Shafie Anirban Mistry Apar Akand


Apurba Roy

Atif Hossain

Arijit Saha Arindam Saha Aswat Ashrin Hague Maisha

Audity Haider Auhona Ghosh Auhona Taher


Aurchi Tasnuva

Autish Chakma Ayesha Afroz Shuprita Aytree Audry Haider

Celestine Uyless Gomes

Fahmid Sakhawat Azad

Daiyan Khandaker Dayeem Deep M. Pereira Euzine Frank D' Costa

Farhan Ahmed Sharif Faria Hayder Khan Biba Fariha Nowshin Bintee



Fate ma Afroz Shushmita

Fatiha Rashid Sharmi Fiatan Binta Haque Galiba Hasin


Hasin Ishraque

Imran Ahmed Upom

Hassan Sakeef Soailim Hassin Afridi Ahmed Ifrit Tiasha

Indranil Das Ittehad Bin Rahman Jawad Bin Matin


Jefferson Utshab D' Rozario

Jnifar G Yumi Jewel Cornelius Topno Joyeeta Imaculate Rozario

Joyson Halder

Mahin Roddur

Justin Z. Costa Kazi Aunaf Atif M. A. Razzak Khandakar

Mark Russell Md Alinoor Hossain Md Asif Faruque



Md Azwad Anan

Md Rezwan Islam Rifat Md Naved Pervez Montasir Shahriar Hafiz


Mubashira M Chowdhury

Nafisa Hossain

Muhammad Wasif Hasan Nadira Tasnim Nafeez lshmam Ahmed

Nasheed Mahboob Zaman Navid lmtiaz Maehdi Nazah Raida


Nehal Anjum

Nuzhat Tanzim Khan Ornob Islam Polok Biswas

Quazi Adreana Billur

Reeasa Khan

Quazi Samin Al-Jamee Raiyana Nabi Nikita Reean Raisa Abdullah

Riasat Salekin Rittik Ridwan Husain Rose Chowdhury Ritu



Rusama Haque

Sabreen Hussain Sadat Mahmud Sadman Sakib Ahmed


Samain Shehzeen Rashid Samia Haque Samin Ahamed Chowdhury

Samuel Biswas Sayrat Salekin Sattik Sefat Uddin Samee

Samin Yasar Kabir

Shah Raihan Prince


Shiropa Shahreen Shuvro Kamol Roy Sophea Urbi Biswas

Sunaida Islam

Swagata Kumar Saha Syed Sadik Hossain Syeda Aminah Tasnim

Tahmid Aditya

Turja Leonard Costa Umayeer Md. Muaaz Milky Umme Hani Al Madani Utsharga Anthony Cyril Rozario Wasiq Azad









Justin Z. Costa








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Class AS Level


A2 Level

Class A2 Level


A2 Level

Class A2 Level




Tasnim Islam Sanjana

Aqib A. Hamid

Arnab Gupta

Farhan Hasib Akib


Kazi Farha Kifayet Ahmed Maria Antora Gomes Sadia Mahzabin

Farhim Ferdous Jannatul Atika K.M. Eshbaat


















Charity Meena Bazar

Sr. Gracie M. Gomes, RNDM

Moderator, Charity Club




Charity Meena Bazar




Charity Club Activities

Green World Earth Club


Auddithio Nag, Vice President

Green. Environment. Sustainable. Change.

Small words, eh? However, these small words have quite a

profound meaning behind them, and achieving the goals

behind these slogans is one long bridge to cross.

That is why we, at the Green World Earth Club (GWEC),

have strived to accomplish these goals, in small yet

significant steps one at a time. Over the years, GWEC has

been involved in various activities that encourage students to

take part in finding new solutions and putting these into

effect into our daily life. As the Vice

President of GWEC, it is a pleasure to

reflect on the club's works in the past


The last year was an extension of the

success we have had in GWEC. We

began with the 4th Annual General

Meeting that took place on the 26th of

Julian Malcolm


GWEC Club Moderator

September. The chief guests included Mr Md. Shahriar

Alam, State Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Syeda Rizwana

Hasan, Executive Director of BELA, among others. The

new executive committee was elected, with Reean Raisa

Abdullah as President and Justin Z. Costa as Secretary

General. This year's theme was 'The Hydrosphere'.




One of the first activities of the club

this year was the Nature Photography

Workshop held on the 17th of

December 2015. The Nature Study

Society of Bangladesh encouraged the

participants to respect nature through

the creative pastime of capturing its

many splendors in a frame.

GWEC had also continued its agenda,

in a fairly economic way, during the

Meena Bazaar. On the 16th of

December, Stall #41 was filled with

fresh and wholesome homemade

delights, potted plants including

flowers, chilli and the cacti as well as

some cool T-shirts to spread the

'green' word around.

On Euphrasie Day,

club officials went

from class to class

to engage students

in various


related to the

environment. A

great list of

achievements was

also earned at the

2nd International

Nature Fest held in Notre Dame College. The best

part was that we got in touch with the famous Green

Man, Matthias Gelber, who was an honorary guest at

the programme.

The GWEC also organized its 4th intra-school Earth

Science Olympiad. The final round took place in the

competitive atmosphere on the 3oth of January

2016.The participants were tested through two

intensive rounds, both oral and written. Winners were

announced, but all of the participants deserve a fair

share of credit for the vast amount of knowledge they

had accumulated in this competition. What made it

even better was that the Green Man had visited our

school on 19 February 2016 and had a great interactive

session regarding the environment which intrigued

the young minds, at the end of which he handed over


the crests to the winners of the Olympiad.

This was followed by the Annual Nature Project

Display on the 6th of March 2016. We were

awestruck by the innovative ideas brought up by

the young students to solve various environmental

problems related to water. The most talented of

them took the prizes, but the knowledge gained

was shared by all.

Reflecting on our past serves to guide us for the future. All our activities are

only fruitful if you can continue the legacy of the selfless works we have

done. In the present world, where environmental concerns have spiked up

among all, new challenges have arisen, to renovate our lifestyle to save the

planet. Individually, it's very hard to accomplish them. But together as a club,

as a family, it is possible to bring about a change, for us and our future.



FX13 Chrome


Ronald Cruz

Moderator, FX13


As I always had this basic idea implanted in my system, let me begin with that, a

quote from Albert Einstein “Try not to become a man of success. Rather become

a man of value.” Best action a man of value would involve is valuable, I believe.

Could it be within himself or in his surroundings? During the process of earning

value he needs to think of his transformation that how “I become we”. Early

notion is the formation and FX13CHROME evolved. From then onwards, in the

ensuing 20 years, it has given birth to some valuable assets in the science arena.

Gently hovering from one time zone to another, it has established not only a

valuable but also a successful legacy. However gorgeous was its past or how much

glory it brought to an individual, it stands united with the common ethics of its

mother, SFX Greenherald International School. Interestingly, it has a blend of

different pupil; but a unique goal. Just aim for it and win it. Kind delivery of time

is not an option here. Length of time is a materialistic issue now when something

so beautiful has already put its root very deep. Many thanks to the Almighty and

those numerous students who pledged their performances to add value to it.


FX13 Chrome




Kazi Jawadul Islam

The FX-13 CHROME Science Club

held its 20th Annual General Meeting on 28th September

2016. The program initiated around 1.30 pm and lasted for

about one and a half hours. It was conducted by the 21st

CENTRUM (Batch of 2017) alongside the executive body

from class IX. The AGM comprised of four segments. The

first segment started with a brief Annual Report by Reean R.

Abdullah (member of the EX-CENTRUM of batch 2016). The

second segment was video presentation which portrayed all the

activities and achievements across the academic year 2015-16

including numerous inter-school science fests, BDJSO, IJSO, and

Greenherald's own events. The third segment was the speech

delivery where our honorable Principal Sr. Asha Virginia Gomes

gave her speech congratulating us for our achievements in the last

21 years. Another speech was also given by our moderator, Mr.

Ronald Cruz, the man working relentlessly behind the scenes. The

financial statement was declared by Mr Sabbir Hussain. Speeches

were also given by other teachers including Amy Miss, our beloved

Biology teacher. The next segment began with the distribution of

certificates to the members of the EX-CENTRUM for their hard

work and dedication. Ornob Islam (Ex-President) received the

award for BEST CENTRUM and Riasat Salekin (Ex-Joint

Secretary) received the award for SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT. In

the oath taking ceremony the new CENTRUM was declared, with

Rakeen Abtahee to lead as the new president and Anika Tasneem

and Athoi Nilima as the Joint Secretaries. The last segment to

conclude the AGM was the distribution of food and refreshments

and the cutting of a cake to celebrate the journey of 21 years along

with beliefs that the new Centrum will take the club to a whole new






Science Fair


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Greenherald Scouts


Greenherald Scouts


Debate Club


General Meeting.

Syed Nazrul Ahsan

Moderator, GDS

It is the year 2016 and Greenherald Debating

Society has successfully held its 16th Annual

This year the focus of GDS was to engage more students in the

debating arena. The students who became the members of this club

were from Class V to A Level. There were a very good number of

events throughout the year. Many of the participants actively

participated in different forms of debating competition. There were

many in-House debate competitions for the new members. GDS

debators also participate in debate competition outside the school.


Debate is contention in argument; discord, dissension,

quarrelling, controversy; especially a formal discussion

of subjects before a public assembly or parliament, in

Parliament or in any deliberative assembly.

Debate is a method of formally presenting an argument

in a structured manner. Through logical consistency,

factual accuracy and some degree of emotional appeal to

the audience are elements in debating, where one side

often prevails over the other party by presenting a

superior "context" and/or framework of the issue. The

outcome of a debate may depend upon consensus or

some formal way of reaching a resolution, rather than the

objective fact. In a formal debating contest, there are rules

for participants to discuss and decide on differences,

within a framework defining how they will interact.

Debate is argumentative communication among teams.

It improves the skill of a person. It opens windows for

a better understanding. It gives confidence and further

more it improves manner and behavior that is, attitude.



To develop the skills of debate, GDS is organizing and

arranging debating workshop cum classes and events

throughout the year. The programs are planned and

implemented by GDS members along with their spirited team.

The debaters who accelerated the entire debating program this

year are Aonkon Dey, Shubham Barua, Rivu

Bhattacharjee, Justin D Costa, Upajna Das, Nahian

Nabiha, Abidur Rahman, Joyeta Saha, Touhid Bin Abrar

and others.

GDS had many achievements.


In-House debate competition and workshops

1. Participating in debate competition in foreign School

2. GHMUN 2016


1. Out of 2 teams, the one with Aonkon Dey, Rivu

Bhattacharjee and Sheikh Muhtasim strode their way

up to the novice semi-finals ranking 4th best novice


2. With 2 teams sent to this regional level debate, the team

with all first timers surpassed all expection by winning

3 rounds while the other team was one point away from


3. All 3 teams qualified for the quarter finals

4. One team secured the first open break.

5. 2nd best novice team went up to novice semi finals

6. Only novice team of the entire tournament to break

with the open teams and reach open quarters

7. Wins the Novice championship at the Independent

University Bangladesh Ascension

8. GH ranked as No.1 novice team out of 60 teams



9. "Our MUN journey was no less glorious with 26 awards in the past 5 events: DUNMUN 15, DHAMUN, IIMUN,


10. GH winning its first best delegation trophy in Bangladesh Model United Nations 2016

11. GHMUN wining 7 events



Greenherald Mathematics Club


The Maths club established with the hope of exploring and nurturing the curiosity

embedded in students has completed a successful academic year 2015-16. The

Inauguration day was held on 6 th October 2015. One of the most intuitive

competitions of the club the “Maths Olympiad” was organized on 15 th October with

participants from class III to XI. Several competitions were organized on the

Euphrasie Day by different clubs including the maths club on 18 th January. The

fascinating leap day was celebrated on 29 th February. One of the most appreciated

‘Maths project Display’ was held to allow the young minds to present mathematical

concepts in their desired fashion. We concluded with the academic activities with the

celebration infinite life of Pi on 14 th March, 2016.

We plan to organize the respective events this academic year, 2016-17, with the

addition of the weekly quiz for class VIII & Class IX and a math fest on April along

with other usual and much more exciting programs. Thanks to our moderators,

Sisters and teachers whose invaluable effort and help give a body to this aesthetic


Md. Moshiur Reza Khan

Moderator, GMC





Euphrasie Day


GMC Inauguration Pictures




PI Day 2016






Winners: Logo & Motto Competition and Math Olympiad




National Math Olympiad

Leap Year


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Janvier- January:

Le 1er janvier: le Jour de l’An un jour férié (1st

January: New Year’s Day - a public holiday.)

Les adultes s’offrent des étrennes. (The adults offer each

other gifts.)

Le 6 janvier: La fête des Rois (6th January: The Feast

of theThree Kings)

On le célèbre souvent le dimanche après le Jour de l’An. On

mange une galette où on a caché une fève. (Often celebrated

on the Sunday after New Year’s Day. People eat a crusty cake

or waffle called a “galette” in which a “une fève” or “bean” is

hidden. The “fève” is usually a little china figurine. So be

careful when you take a bite!)

Février – February:

le 2 février: la Chandeleur (2nd February: la


Autrefois, c’était la fête des chandelles - on allumait des

bougies. Aujourd’hui on mange des crêpes. In the olden

days, this was the Feast of Candles, people used to light

candles. Today, people eat pancakes.

le 14 février: la Saint-Valentin(14th February - Valentine’s


La fête des amoureux. On s’envoie des cartes. (The day for

those in love. People send cards to each other.)

Les vacances de neiges pour les écoliers

The “snow holidays” for school children

2 semaines de vacances (2 weeks of holidays mid term

during the Spring term. Many people head off for ski-ing


Mars – March:

Le Carnaval - Carnival Time

La capitale du carnaval en France: Nice où il y a la bataille de

fleurs. Il y a des défilés de chars fleuris. Les gens sont

déguisés et masqués. (The carnival capital of France is Nice

and the Carnival of Flowers. Street processions with




decorated floats and people in carnival costumes. The carnival

at Nice in France is one of the best in France.)

Mardi gras - Shrove Tuesday

On donne des bonbons aux enfants masqués. (People give

lollies to children in masks.)

Avril – April:

1er avril: le poisson d’avril (1st April: April Fool’s Day)

les enfants mettent des poissons au dos des autres. (Children

put fish on the backs of other people for a joke.)

Le vendredi saint - Good Friday

La crucifixion du Jésus Christ. Le vendredi saint n’est pas un

jour de conge en France, sauf en Alsace où il y a une tradition

protestante. (The crucifixion. Good Friday is not a public

holiday in France, except for Alsace, where it is a Protestant


Pâques - Le lundi de Pâques - jours fériés

Easter Day - Easter Monday - public holidays

On mange l’agneau pascal au repas de famille. On donne des

oeufs et des lapins en chocolat. (People eat Easter lamb for the

family dinner. People give eggs and rabbits made of


Mai – May:

le 1er mai - la fête du Travail - un jour férié (May 1st -

Labour Day - a public holiday)

Normalement, les syndicats organisent des défilés dans les

villes. C’est aussi la fête du muguet: on offre du muguet

aux amis. (Normally, Trade Unions organize big processions

in towns and cities. It’s also “Lily of the Valley” Day. You

offer a bunch of Lily of the Valley flowers to friends - to

show friendship.)

le 8 mai -la victoire - un jour férié

8th May - Victory Day - public holiday

Commémore la victoire de la seconde guerre mondiale en

1945.(Commemorates the Allied victory in World War II in


L’Ascension - Ascension Thursday

Marque le départ du Christ de la vie terrestre. (Marks the

Ascension of Christ into Heaven, 40 days after Easter.)

La Pentecôte et le lundi de Pentecôte jours fériés

(Whitsunday and Whitmonday -public holidays.)

Célébrée 50 jours après le Pâques. (Celebrated 50 days after


la fête des Mères - Mother’s Day

Le dernier dimanche du mois. On donne des cadeaux à

mama. (The last Sunday of the month. People give presents

to their mother)

La finale de la Coupe de France - French Cup final

Un important match de football pour les équipes et les villes

de France. (An important football final for French teams and

their supporters.)


Juin -June:

la fête des Pères - Father’s Day

On donne des cadeaux à papa. ( People give presents to


Les 24 heures du Mans: Le Mans - 24 hours:

la course automobile de Formule un. (The famous Formula

1 car race.)

Juillet – July:

le 14 Juillet - La Fête Nationale - un jour férié (14th July -

Bastille Day - public holiday)

La Prise de la Bastille. Le jour du 14, il y a un grand défilé

militaire sur les Champs-Elysées devant le Président de la

République. La veille du 14, il y a les bals publics et les feux

d’artifice. (Commemorates the storming of the Bastille on

July 14th 1789. On the day of the 14th, there is a big military

parade on the Champs Elysées in front of the French

President. On the evening of the 14th, there are public

dances in the street and fireworks.)

Le Tour de France - The “Tour de France”.

La course cycliste qui fait le tour de la France. Le gagnant

d’une étape, porte le maillot jaune. (A cycle race which

does a tour all around France - takes most of July. The

winner of each stage wears the yellow jumper.)

Août - August:

Grand départ de vacances - Main Holiday Departure

50% des entreprises françaises ont leur fermeture annuelle

parce que 16 millions de français partent en vacances. (50%

of French business have their annual shut down because 16

million French people go on holiday at the same time!)

L’Assomption de la Vierge - un jour férié (The

Assumption - a public holiday)

le 15 août - on est en plein vacances. On fête en famille.

(15th August - the Assumption of Our Lady. It’s the middle

of the big holiday season. A great opportunity to meet “en


Septembre- September:

La rentrée scolaire. The return to School

The start of the new school year. (The students do not wear


Octobre- October:

Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. (The Arc de Triomphe


Un course de chevaux près de Paris, à Longchamp. (This

horse race, near Paris, at Longchamp, is one of the most

famous on the French racing calendar.)

Le premier dimanche d’octobre (The first Sunday of


les vendanges - the start of the grape harvest.

Important for the wine makers! It’s a great favourite with

students and backpackers to earn extra money



Novembre – November:

La Toussaint - le 1er novembre - un jour férié

All Saints’ Day - 1st November - a public holiday

On met des chrysanthèmes sur les tombes familiales

au cimetière. (People make a special effort to

remember those family members who have died. They

visit the cemeteries to put chrysanthemums on the

family graves.)

L’Armistice- le 11 novembre - Un jour férié

Armistice Day-11th November - a public


à 11 heures on commèmore la fin de la Première

Guerre Mondiale en 1918. Le Président de la

République dépose des fleurs sur la Tombe du Soldat

inconnu sous l’Arc de Triomphe. On garde la minute

de silence. (This marks the end of the First World War

in 918. At 11am the President places flowers on the

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier under the Arc de

Triomphe. There is a minute’s silence.)

La Saint-Sylvestre - le 31 décembre (New Year’s Eve -31st


On a un repas de fête, chez soi ou dans un restaurant avec la famille et

les copains, on fait la compte de rebours jusqu’à minuit. (People

celebrate by having a special meal at home or in a restaurant with

family and friends. There’s a countdown to midnight.)


edited by Teresa Kakon Corraya


Décembre - December:

Noël - le 25 décembre - un jour férié. (Christmas

Day-25th December - a public holiday.)

Le réveillon: la veille de Noël, un repas traditionnel:

menu traditionnel: des huîtres, un dinde, et une bûche

de Noël. Il y a une échange de cadeaux. Le réveillon:

(On Christmas Eve, this is a traditional meal.

Traditional menu: oysters, turkey, and bûche de Noël

(a chocolate cake in the shape of a log). People

exchange presents. French people love to decorate the

streets with lights and symbols at Christmas time.)



Khaja Arjani Ahamed

Class IX - Mars

The French Club, named 'Club Français

SFX' continued its creative activities is last

academic year from around the middle of

June, at the beginning of the summer

vacation. The club moderators, Ms Teresa

Kakon Corraya and Mr. Taufique Hossain, formally began its

activities that year by selecting the executive members that

would act as the limbs of the club. They were selected from class

VIII, the president being Auddithio Nag, the treasurer Anujit

Saha and the general secretaries Kazi Jawadul Islam and Shaolin

Ahmed from class VII. Other executive members, include

myself, were also selected to form a vital functioning body of the

group while selected French students from class IX were

allocated the posts of advisors. From there we began our

activities in that session of 2015-2016.

Club Français SFX started its first programme with a film show

which was a French movie named 'Le Petit Nicolas' that was

shown to the club members. Our honourable Principal, Sr

Virginia Asha Gomes, Sr Maria Gomes, Sr Gracie M. Gomes Sr.

Jacqueline Gomes and some other teachers enjoyed the show as

well. The duration of the film was almost two hours. At the

onset of the new academic year, we had primarily decided give

out the forms for bringing in more students in the club and

agreed to organized an activity every alternative Wednesday,

although there were certain plans we could not carry out. We

had held a French crossword competition for class IV to class

VII during the beginning of October 2015, which did turn out

to be our first success. Next we conducted a small reading

competition which was segmented in 2 different divisions, one

for the juniors below class VI, and the other for the seniors

below class VIII that went moderately well. That event

concluded our activities for that particular year at the beginning

of November as the exams were drawing near.

The executive team continued their activities in this club from

the first few weeks of the final semester of the last academic

year. It attempted to conduct a small calligraphic art

competition for classes IV and VII within the school campus. It

was decided to let the participants take their time to make their

artwork at home during the Easter holidays which we

implemented afterwards.

Our overall management of the club membership documents

and holding of activities were somewhat sloppy last year, as we

were not so efficient, but we do expect, with optimism, that the

next academic year shall go well with more efficiency and cooperation

of the moderators and support of the administration

as well as with more participation from the general members.





Maclin Tiash Sarker

Class VI - Mars

Mes vacances a commencé

à partir du 8 Septembre et

était jusqu'au 17

Septembre. Je suis allé à

une station à Gazipur

connu sous le nom Deepali Resort. Nous

avons commencé notre voyage à 7h du

matin. Il est un endroit énorme. Il y a

beaucoup de jeux intérieurs et extérieurs. Il

y a aussi une immense piscine. The piscine

était 6 pieds de profondeur à une extrémité.

Il y avait aussi un champ énorme. Les

chambres de l'hôtel étaient énormes et

incroyables. Nous sommes allés nager et je

suis resté dans la piscine pendant 2 heures.

Ensuite, nous avons eu notre déjeuner et je

suis allé jouer à l'intérieur. Il y avait des

tables de billard et tennis de table comme

des jeux d’intérieur. J'ai joué tous les deux.

Ensuite, j'ai joué au football et au

badminton. Il y avait un étang pour la

pêche. J'ai pris deux petits poissons. Ensuite, nous avons eu notre snacks

d'après midi je suis allé jouer au billard à nouveau. Ensuite, certains

d'entre nous sommes allés nager à nouveau et je suis aussi allé avec eux.

Enfin, nous sommes rentrés à près de 20 heures. Nous avons eu

beaucoup de plaisir.


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Sr. Gracie

M. Gomes, RNDM

YCS Coordinator

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Sr. Gracie M. Gomes, Senior Section In-Charge


Iam glad to pen my reflection

on 'Mercy' as the school has

taken the theme for the year book, 2015-2016-

'MERCY'. A merciful person is sensitive, and full of

compassionate feelings. The word 'mercy' is directly

related to one's inner kindness and respectful behaviour

that he/she inculcates from daily events. It is said,

'Mercy' is an invitation-an invitation to love, kindness,

and infinite generosity. This theory guides us to

encounter the incredible mercy of God that helps us to

transform our life, our relationships, our work, and our

ability to embrace and experience all of life. Pope

Francis said, "Beautiful Mercy provides an encounter

with the heart of God". If we focus on the word 'Mercy',

it immediately inspires us to realize that extraordinary

acts of love are possible for us all-no matter where we

are in life. Receiving mercy and being merciful towards

others are co-related to works of mercy. The works of

mercy are also charitable actions by which we come to

the aid of our neighbors in their hour of need.

This is for students to learn that, there are two types of

'works of mercy' - corporal and spiritual. The following

examples of works of mercy are our daily toils and we all

can be encouraged to practice them in our daily life -

Feed the hungry, Give drink to the thirsty, Visit the sick,

free the captive, Bury the dead, Instruct the ignorant, Counsel the doubtful,

Admonish sinners, Bear wrongs patiently, Forgive offenses willingly, Comfort

the afflicted, Pray for the living and the dead and above all, love one another.

SFX Greenherald School has the 'Charity Club' in which a group of

teachers/staff do a lot of charitable works under the supervision of the Principal

Sr. Virginia Asha Gomes, and myself as the Club Coordinator, along with other

sisters in the school. Of course our parents are giving us a big support to organize

the charitable activities, particularly during the Meena Bazaar. The theme of the

year book 'Mercy' is inviting all our parents, students and teachers to stretch their

helping hands with kind and generous hearts where necessary. I do appreciate

and thank the school

authority for choosing the

meaningful theme -'Mercy'

for the Year Book, 2015-

2016. Let us be merciful

and kind to the people in

our world who are hungry,

thirsty, naked, persecuted,

homeless, lonely, jobless,

afflicted and desperately

need our touch, our love

and concern. May God

Almighty bless our

generosity abundantly.



As technologies are becoming

modernized, it is our duty to enhance

our knowledge and capabilities to be able to

operate them. The ENIAC Computer Club

takes the responsibility to do so by providing

documentaries, classes, quiz competitions

and assistance. Our job is to provide

interested students with fun events and help

them to understand what the future holds.

Many events have been organized by the

club. Some events were our Annual Digital Expo 2016, Talent Search,

CS Olympiad and many more. In the Annual Digital Expo 2016, many

students have taken part and exhibited their talents through their

projects and presentations. The CS Olympiad and Talent Search were

successful in finding intellectuals and rewarding them. Digital Art

helps children to express their creativity through their drawings. The

club encourages our members to participate in events outside the

school from where they bring glory and honor with their amazing


In the coming years, the club executives and officers have great new

ideas for a whole new interesting journey. They are hard working and

will continue to work hard to make the activities worthwhile and fun.

The club invites students to take part in this journey and have fun.


Mr. Ranjon Dominic Gomes








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Writer’s Club


Amreeeta Lethe


We are made of titanium, we are made of

steel; we are all but poets with our

natures revealed.

The Writer's club is the family which I hold

very close to my heart because its essence lies

in the passion of young souls still fighting for

their place in the world, hearts which have

wept and have felt joy, bones which are brittle

yet mighty. The Writer's Club is the voice of the

new blood, a voice which is often silenced by our

hardened hearts.

I have said it before and I shall reiterate; the club is still in its infancy

but the wheels of progress have been turning and they have been

turning at a pace which was unfathomable when the seeds of its

creation were still being laid; and such progress could have only

been made due to the sincerity and diligence of its members, who

have moved the Heavens and the Earth to inspire the students to dig

deep and polish their craft in order to create what may be the

framework of what may be a modern update of the English lexicon

but more importantly, the Writer's Club is alive in order to breathe

life into the spirit of language which we all cherish.

A best friend is one who would give books above any other gift and

the club intends to be a friend to vagrant minds who seek knowledge

but the club is also a place where students

could help each other enrich their minds;

the club holds competitions for creative

writing and the winners are awarded books

but further down the line perhaps the

activities of the club would also evolve into

a multitude of projects, whether that be

weekly reading of particular books, storytelling

(the art of oration) and even public


Taufiq Shariar Khan


Writers Club

As the club grows, the fruits of its labour can only be seen under

close inspection as the views of the students alter and mature

while they find a kinship with each other and the characters whom

they read about. Endless possibilities lie for the club as it traverses

the road not taken, The club aims to educate the minds of those

who wish to learn the power to words, as words are our most

inexhaustible form of magic. The club has preached a vision, a

vision which believes that each soul is capable of crafting mines

of gold with words alone as it preaches 'Excelsior' as we all soar

to new heights of wisdom, of passion and of unwavering courage.

"Be still when you have nothing to say; when genuine passion

moves you, say what you've got to say, and say it hot."

-D.H. Lawrence



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Dr. H.M. Sen Gupta


Physics is a quantitative science. This is

because all physical quantities

(extremely small to extremely large) can be measured without

exception and thus a magnitude can be assigned to all the quantities.

An error can also be assigned to the measured value. An error does

not mean any mistake in the measurement. It stands for an

uncertainty in the result and thus makes the numerical value

obtained more meaningful; the smaller the error (the percentage

error, in fact) the more reliable and thus more meaningful will be the

quantity measured.

There are several disciplines in science that are qualitative in nature

and therefore no magnitude i.e. numerical value can be assigned to

them. It has, however, been possible for Physics to contribute to the

relevant parts of these also and thereby develop these science

subjects to make them of great importance. We can quote hydrology,

geophysics, medical physics and biophysics as examples.

Psychology is an important discipline in science. Various matters are

dealt with in Psychology, none of which can have any numerical

value. Pain is one such matter. Mother's death gives pain. Death of

a child, or of a relative or a friend, an accident on the road, failing in

an examination even after hard work, losing a job unwarranted and

so on will give us pain, but certainly not to the same extend. None

of these pains can have a magnitude at all. Thus no numerical figure

can be quoted to state the amount of pain. We can only say a large

amount of pain (or may be, a very large amount of pain), a small

amount of pain (or an extremely small amount of pain) and so on.

In other words, it is only possible to say that one is more painful or

much more painful than another, or less painful or much less painful

and so on. We can never say how much larger or how much smaller.

These clearly mean that it is never possible to give any numerical

value to state the pain and all other terms in Psychology. This is the

very nature, i.e. the important characteristic feature of Psychology.

Psychology is certainly an important discipline in science.

There is a well known story related to the measurement of

magnitude to pain. I do not know how far this is true. The story is

as follows:

Several Psychologists went to Physicists to discuss if it is possible

to do an experiment on the measurement of pain in a laboratory and

thus assign a magnitude to it. An experiment was designed after a

detailed discussion.

As required in the experiment, several persons (both male and

female) of different age group and different body structure (some

lean and thin, some bulky, some short, some tall) were chosen on

whom the experiment was to be carried out. The experiment is

started below.

In a dark room there will be an wooden chair. On it all the chosen

people, as above, will sit one after another holding a pair of


conducting rods (metal rods), one in each hand, between

which an electric voltage will be applied. The voltage will

be increased step by step starting from zero and displayed

in red on the wall in front. The purpose was to see how

much electric shock each one can withstand and whether

the minimum voltage giving a shock has any correlation

with the factors mentioned above. (namely, gender, age

and body structure). Each person on whom the

experiment was to be carried out was warned to keep in

mind that the voltage will be increased and thus to take

care not taking any risk.

Everyone at one voltage or another was found to drop the

metal rods, saying, "I cannot tolerate any more." But no

voltage was applied at all; yet everyone received an

'electric shock'! The fictitious 'shocking voltage", as

displayed on the wall, was furthermore found not to have

any correlation with the factors as mentioned above.

The conclusion one can arrive at from the experiment is

that no numerical value can be assigned to a

Psychological quantity, pain in the present case. By its

very nature, Psychology is a qualitative science. The

some statement can be made about other science subjects

that are qualitative by nature. We should not undermine

these science subjects. These are of no less importance to

science and to the society.



A Dream to Come True

Composed by Sabir Hossain

25 Years Journey of

Sister Gracie RNDM


As the time passes, anxieties and fear in the mind,

Grow stronger realising the scenario we left behind,

A place where our souls can have peace and rest,

A different world, that we dream and is the best,

Where the roses bloom the whole year,

Where the peace flows like a river without fear,

Where the mountains speak to the blue sky,

Where the birds of multicolor wings cheerfully fly,

Where the valleys grow abundant crops,

Where the flowers smile on the shining due drops,

where the sunrise is silver and sunset is gold,

Where the people are honest , courageous and bold,

Where the streams sing melodious song,

A kingdom where nothing goes wrong,

There O, Lord. I want to live with you,

Day and night I pray for my dream to come true.

The darkness you dreamt

when you were a child,

Thoughts were tender scattered

and were mild.

Determination to change darkness into light,

Composed by

you were nervous, you struggled

Sabir Hossain

And you had to fight.

You bid good bye to your comfort,

your home and all that you own

For the new life a new path which was shown,

To find a new kingdom, to achieve a special goal

As lord wanted you to play an important role.

Without fear you kept walking on and on,

Though you were tired, you were sick but you did not mourn.

Facing problems, pains and unbearable agony of your soul,

Eventually after 25 years journey your train

stationed at the desired pole.

Your journey does not have any end,

The angles will take you to a new trend.

Lord from heaven will help you to be crowned,

To be a ruler where honesty, justice and peace will be found.

May you enlighten the hearts of the whole nation,

New generation will find their final destination.


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Dipak H. Gomes (Student Counsellor)

Self-esteem can be defined as a positive feeling

and respect for oneself. It is essentially a

measure of self-worth and importance.

Self-esteem is an important part of one's personality that has been shaped

from very early years. During childhood, if a person's feelings are

respected, thoughts valued, and abilities recognized, the child's selfesteem

gets strengthened. When feelings are trampled upon ("I don't care

about what you think/want"), thoughts belittled ( " What a lousy idea"),

and abilities criticized (" You can never do anything correctly"), the child's

self-esteem remains at a low point of development and is therefore weak.

During the course of time, a person faces many life situations. Depending

upon the success or failure and one's reaction to every significant situation

in life, self-esteem either grows stronger or gets considerably weakened.

A person with a strong self-esteem is able to act towards others in nonthreatening

ways, builds healthy relationships and finds himself

successful. He is confident, dynamic, appreciative, achievement oriented,

contented, and open to change.


A person with a strong self-esteem knows his strengths and feels secure in

accepting his limitations. He is able to place a lot of confidence in himself

and his ability to handle problems.


His goals are always appropriate and realistic. When he sets his

mind on a goal, he is willing to give a lot of himself to achieve

it. He is ready to make efforts, for he knows nothing comes

without the sweat of the brow.


This person feels positively about others. A person who feels

happy and good about himself, can make others feel good about

themselves too. He is able to acknowledge the good in others.

His qualities help him in establishing meaningful relationships.


This person is able to accept himself with his limitations and

weaknesses while being aware of his assets and strengths. He

looks into the future and sees what he has and can do.




A person with a weak self-esteem has a negative self-image

and poor self-concept. These come in the way of his ability

to build relationships, and to be successful. He is critical,

self-centred, cynical and diffident.


The person gives importance only to his own feelings, likes and

dislikes. He is not willing to consider the feelings and needs of

others. This self-centredness alienates him from others.


The critical person makes negative judgments about others'

behavior in order to cover up his own mistakes. Nothing seems

to satisfy his expectations and minor slips are singled out for

severe condemnation.


The cynical person firmly believes that everyone is unjust: he is

ready to believe the worst of others. He carries a huge load of

past resentments based on real or imagined injustices. He

misinterprets others' thoughts and actions and makes himself

and others miserable.


The diffident person starts thinking that nobody cares about

him. He suffers from feelings of self-doubt and insecurity. He

sees even small failures as proof of his inadequacy. Even if he has

abilities, he fails to utilize them because he is convinced that he will fail.

Improving Self-esteem

Self-esteem is a quality that can be strengthened at any point in life

regardless of age, education background and social standing. Building

up one's self-esteem is a slow process requiring patience and


Some basic tips to help you in strengthening your weak self-esteem,

which are practical and easy to follow:

Give positive strokes generously

Appreciation in the form of words (compliments), facial expression(a

smile), or gesture (a pat), are termed as positive strokes. Positive strokes

help in strengthening the self-esteem of the recipient as well as the giver.

Giving positive strokes is a healthy exercise which calls for recognition

of worth in other people. When we treat others with dignity, respect and

love, our own self-esteem automatically grows stronger.

In this mechanical world, we are so caught up with life and living, that

we take many things for granted. If we could only pause for a minute

and show our appreciation, the world would indeed be a better place to

live in.


Fensterheim Herbert and Baer Jean, Don't Say Yes when you want to say

no, Futura Publications Limited, Great Britain,1976


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