Clubs and Groups
Our Lady Queen of the Missions encourages pupils joining a club or group where they can be engaged in and enjoy an activity they can be passionate about and excel at, thus enriching their lives, as well as the lives of those around them.
The school has many clubs like the unique As-You-Like-It Club, No-fire Cookery (for the young ones,) Calligraphy and Designing Clubs, Science Club, Eco (Nature) Club and our Debate and Quzzing Club. All the clubs are properly supervised to ensure that the pupils have a quality and fullfiling experience taking part, and learn valuable skills, too.
ACTION / LEADERSHIP GROUPS
The following National/International groups function at QMS Park Circus
Leadership Training Service (LTS)
Leadership Training Service (LTS) is a 55 year old youth movement, mainly for students in schools and colleges and provides leadership training to student leaders in three South Asian countries - India, Nepal and Bangladesh. With its Motto "For God and the World", LTS trains interested students to develop their personality and leadership skills along with other 'soft-skills' to mould them as responsible leaders and committed citizens. The two aspects LTS stresses in its training modules can be found in the very name itself - 'Leadership Training' and 'Service.' The vision of LTS is achieved through its four-fold objectives, which begins with Personality Development and gradually evolves into Social Development!
Our school offers LTS for Classes VII to X.
Bharat (Scouts and) Guides
The purpose of Scouting/Guiding is to develop the inherent potential of the young people by providing them a number of structured activities in order to make them physically, mentally, socially, spiritually and emotionally strong and useful citizens of the Nation. The aim is achieved through a combination of activities and programmes offered at the Unit level and a structured syllabus which offers programmes and activities through progressive Advancement Scheme.
Our school has the following programmes:
Bulbul: For Classes III to V
Guides: For Classes VI to X
Young Christian Students Movement (YCS)
The Young Christian Students, since its creation grew in the spirit of the specialised action movements that were inspired by Joseph Cardijn (the founder of the Young Christian Workers) with the methodology of See-Judge-Act. Today, the International Secretariat is coordinating 85 national movements across the continent. The IYCS has a General Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Commission (ECOSOC) of the United Nations, and an Operational Status with UNESCO in 1998.
At our school YCS is open to all Christian and Catholic girls of Classes VII to X.