Expo for Excellence - a conglomeration of all-things-art, Science projects and selling kiosks. Art a harbinger to transform and empower young minds. Science projects will let the children explore the modern science solutions to our pressing challenges of the eco system. Budding entrepreneurs hone their skills through these selling kiosks.
" Nothing beats an exciting hands on experience to deepen learning. The magic of a field trip isn't just the subject. It's the break in routine and adventure that opens up children's minds to new things" our Pre-nursery, Nursery and Reception learners were taken to field trip to Algarkovil to enhance their learning. yoga session by Mrs. Mithra made the children feel relaxed and stay with peace of mind. We have no words to express the fun they had on 'moo'ing with the cows, quacking with geese and learning ' Tall-short ' from the trees and plants. We were amazed to see our young learners appreciate and enjoy beauty of nature.
The Dance to the Beats' - Footloose presentation was the highlight of this month. Children danced to the vibrant beats for the rocking music which made the audience to dance along. What an energetic evening! Children, teachers and parents danced to the finale letting out stress and letting in joy. The stage decoration, the costumes and props and the hardship of the masters and teachers were evident and brought in a glorious dance night. Hats off to the students for bringing success in each of their performances.
STEM Lab Inauguration: The much awaited STEM lab is inaugurated with all bells and whistles at an auspicious time in the presence of our Senior Principal Mrs.Premalatha Madam and Deputy General Manager of HCL-Mr.Prakash Raman. The joinery of STEM Lab exploration began with the students of Grade VII presenting their projects to the guests.
70th Republic day was celebrated in our school campus. The tricolor flag was hoisted by our transport department (Drivers and conductors). Children sang patriotic songs, a classical dance was staged by Grade IX students on freedom. A discussion on Republic Vs Independence day was debated by the teachers. Finally sweets were distributed to the parents & students.
Grade 5 and 6 conducted an exclusive Math Expo on 21st January, 2019. This combo pack was filled with quilling jewellery, handmade bags, handicrafts, homemade chocolates and juice stalls highlighting the logical and artistic capabilities of all learners. Mathematical and proportional explanations on the concepts of’ percentages’ by students to all their shoppers was a learning experience to both students and teachers. A special thanks to all the parents for their support and encouragement.
Pongal is a festival to thank the almighty for the overflowing harvest. The 'Mann Vaasanai' Pongal carnival at Mahatma Global Gateway has given overflowing joy and happiness to all of us. The fun and games, the folk marathon, the jolly rattinam rides and the Bullock cart ride were the highlights of the carnival. Experiencing a village fair inside an international campus was the objective of this feat. We are thankful to all who supported in giving the best to the kids. Hope it was a memorable day for all. Have a happy and prosperous Pongal!
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS (Saturday- 05/01/2019) The first Saturday of the year unleashed an hour of Workshop for Teachers by Mrs. Rini Mathew. The session encapsulated an Introduction on the necessity to CORRELATE and CONNECT through facilitated teaching. Language is at its best when exhibited through an understanding of Human Psychology and the Workshop highlighted the importance of a rapport between one’s students and also with colleagues. Teachers reciprocated with positive feedbacks on the day’s experience and also recalled on the major concerns from the previous session.
'What could a dot on a paper do' was the question each of us had when we started preparing for the dot art in school this month. It took us to extreme happiness when the completed work was displayed and appreciated by all. If one has visited our Dot Art Fiesta, they would, for sure know the creative, cooperative and hard work put in by our students and teachers. Hats off to their teamwork! We just did cotton swab dots, pencil back dots and dots using everything which was round, but the eye capturing colours and perfect work has brought in the best fiesta ever. Thanks to parents for attending & participating in the stage programs and supporting us in the sale of art works which will be utilised for charity.
Christmas is here and near. Number of Angels and tiny Santa’s filled the place when kids sang X-mas songs, delivered a short message on 'Who is Santa?' and enacted a short skit. There, entered our most wanted Santa, dashing through our kids. The place was filled with Jingle Bell songs, claps and laughter. What a lot of fun each one had. Teacher’s rain deer dance was full of energy and brought out a moral on inclusiveness which bagged the children’s cheers. Children’s day competition prize winners were awarded .As long as we know in our hearts, what Christmas ought to be... Christmas is.. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
On 17th December our KG kids visit to Akkamma CBSE KG area for Carol's, Story Presentation, and Videos on Christmas songs. Kids were excited to bring back the colour balloons and pencils with them.
Christmas is related to fun and play. Wednesdays at our school are meant for playing assembly where children play games as a team representing their houses inspite of the classes they belong to. Today, the play theme was 'Santa run'. One Reindeer, four sledge bearers and a Santa represented their house to run to win. The happiness that was created in the morning lasted throughout the day.
LKG Kids spent sometime today with Pottapanaiyur Govt. School Children. They entertained them with Christmas songs and made them feel happy by sharing X-Mas cakes. They wished the Govt. School children Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
December Camping- the most awaited event for both kids and teachers was a grand success. We had an adventurous experience with 50 children, 10 teachers and 11 parents at Alagarkoil on 14th and 15th December. The Tiny campers made the campsite a happy place with their songs and stories. They were mini entertainers for the parents and teachers and their fellow students. After games and dinner on the 14th, mini tents were erected with the support of the kids. A campfire was arranged for them to enjoy the beauty of the night with sparkling stars to sing and dance around it. Three Kids in a tent set themselves to sleep. There came a rough wind. Huff… Puff.. Few tents started to move, walk and fly and the kids felt as though they were in a flying saucer. All kids were courageous and tackled the hazards with ease. The next morning the kids got ready for trekking. Inspire of their age, they successfully climbed up the steep hill. A magic show entertained everyone and gave the camp a happy ending. Great big thanks to the camp organizers from Sidhis Fitrain, teachers, parents and students for giving a memorable camping experience. The children returned back home with evergreen memories.
Chutti Vikatan Glory!! Nearly all the participants achieved levels of glory for the CHUTTI VIKATAN quiz conducted on Dec . The prize distribution ceremony was held at Madura College in the presence of Honorable District Collector Dr.S.Natarajan and the prizes were distributed by Rtn.R.Raja Govindasamy, Director- Mannar Thirumalai Naickar College.