The students of St.Anthony's Secondary School celebrated Science week with a diverse range of activities aimed at fostering scientific curiosity and promoting a love for learning. The event, organized from October 16 to 20, featured a Symposium on Space Debris, Role Play of Organs, a presentation on Indian scientists and their achievements, Skit and a science quiz on space. The Science Week commenced with an engaging symposium on space debris, led by students Charvi Dadeech and Rashi. The duo presented a comprehensive overview of the challenges posed by space debris, discussing its impact on satellites, space missions, and potential solutions to mitigate the growing issue. The second day featured an interactive and educational role play session conducted by students from Class 6 and 7. The young actors embodied different organs of the human body, creatively portraying their functions .On 18 October Students from Class 8 and 9 showcased the remarkable contributions of Indian scientists to the world of science and technology. Students of Class 8 organized an exhilarating science quiz focused on space exploration. The quiz comprised thought-provoking questions related to astronomy and space missions. The highlight of the Science Week was the Role play performed by Class 5 students. The role play provided a captivating insight into the world of scientists and their contributions to society.Class 4 students took the stage with an engaging skit titled " Balanced Diet'. Through this performance, they conveyed the importance of maintaining a balanced diet for overall health and well-being.On the last day, Class 3 students showcased their astronomical knowledge with a delightful skit titled "Exploring the Solar System." With colorful costumes and creative props, the young performers took the audience on a journey through the solar system, introducing each planet and sharing fascinating facts about our celestial neighbours. The Science Week Celebration at St.Anthony's Secondary School inspired the students to explore the fascinating world of science further.