Our playgroup I children enacted nursery rhymes as they danced hand in hand to foot tapping music and dressed in colourful costumes bringing to life the characters of their rhymes like the fairies and the pirates in front of their appreciative and applauding parents who cheered their little ones’ first performance on the stage.
Rejoice in the glory of India and freedom fighters on this republic day.
As We March Out
In The Spirit Of Brotherhood And Nationhood,
Let Us Not Forget To Defend
The Colors Of Our Flag With All We Have.
We celebrated our 69th Republic day to commemorate and honour the day when the Constitution of India came into force( 26th January 1950) as the governing document of India.
The national flag was unfurled by our Principal, Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran. Addressing the children, our Principal she explained the importance of the Constitution and the rights it guarantees to the citizens of India. She implored the students to value our freedom that was earned from the sacrifice made by many people who laid down their lives freeing our country from years of British rule. On the occasion of the Republic day, a small skit was performed by our children. The programme ended with the rendering of the national anthem.
“Christmas is more than just presents, it’s love and harmony.”
The theme of the cultural programme of standard II “ Season of joy and hope” showcased Christmas festivities to an enthralled audience. Speaking on the occasion, our Principal, Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran highlighted the importance of imbibing values in our children and the need to be empathetic towards others citing the story of the puppy and a boy. She implored the audience to accept all cultures as we belong to a country that is known for its brotherhood, peace, and understanding.
Various competitions like Christmas tree decoration, cup cake and salad dressing, sandwich making and vegetable carving were also held as part of the celebrations.
The day ended on a high festive spirit as we came together and celebrated to welcome the dawn of another new year.
We congratulate MAYUKH D.B. of STD IVA for winning the finals of the under-10 Singles of the Ramesh Padukone-Mehul Sirur Memorial Badminton Tournament.
He along with ADITYA V SETTY also of Std IV A won the finals of the under-10 Doubles in the same tournament.
These achievements have been possible due to their sheer hard work, self-discipline, persistence, ably supported by the institution. The key to success has been their optimism and ability to be open to challenges.
We are proud of you Mayukh and Aditya!!!!!
November 1, 2017, the 62nd Rajyotsava day was celebrated with patriotic fervour. At the special assembly, Our Principal, Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran lit the lamp and addressed the students highlighting the richness of the Kannada language and the importance of speaking the language. The celebration took our thoughts to our culture and roots creating a sense of belonging to the state we are part of that is also important for an individual’s growth. The group songs in Kannada only and dance performances by our children formed part of the celebrations.
The vigilance awareness week programme was also conducted and the children pledged to be honest and sincere in word and action.
The activity was conducted as part of the development activity where children received practical lessons on the various stages of plant growth starting with sowing the seeds like fenugreek, coriander, watering and observing the gradual growth of the plants.”
We celebrated Hindi Diwas with great zeal and enthusiasm. The aim behind the event was to mark and show respect towards our national language, Hindi.
A special assembly was conducted to highlight the significance of the day. Various inter-house competitions like handwriting, poem recitation, picture composition were conducted to commemorate the day.
Honouring the contribution of teachers-September 05, 2015
Teachers mould the lives they influence. Lessons learnt from teachers remain with students throughout their life. As a mark of honour, our teachers were felicitated and their contributions appreciated by our Principal, Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran in her address and Mr. Venkatappa, the Additional Trustee Secretary.
Onam is the most revered ancient festival of Kerala. It is symbolic of King Mahabali’s annual home-coming. In our school, displaying the festive spirit, our teachers were dressed in the traditional onam attire. The characteristic floral designs known as ‘pookkalam’ symbolic of this festival were laid out in a bright beautiful pattern using varied flowers.
Ganesha Chaturthi was celebrated with festive fervor by our children. Dressed in traditional attire, our young ones were enlightened on the story of Ganesha and the significance of the festival. Our primary children participated in an eco-friendly Ganesha idol making competition, and joyously took their model home.