Grade IX – Hrishikesha students presented their class time on the topic “Happiness”.
World Disabled Day
World Disabled Day was observed by Grade 7 Dhuruva.
Farmers’ Day was observed by Grade 7 Prakaladha.
Students of grade 7 Ekalaiva celebrated Christmas with dance, drama and songs as part of their class time.
“World Television Day”
Gade III- Mithila organized their class time on “World Television Day.”
A debate was conducted on the topic “Is Television a boon or a bane?”
The program sensitized students on how watching television has both positive and negative effects on the lives of children.
Grade VIII-Chandrarupa students presented “World Television Day” as their class time
“World Water Day”
Students of grade IV-Ramayanam observed “World Water Day” by creating an awareness about the importance of conservation of water through a skit and a dance.
Prophet Muhammed’s birthday – Milad-un-Nabi – was celebrated by the students of grade VIII. They presented the values and teachings of this great prophet through a variety of programs.
Grade VIII-Abhimanyu organized Children’s Day as their class time. Teachers presented a cultural programme and organized traditional games for children.
“International Girl Child Day”
Grade IX observed the “International Day of the Girl Child” as part of their class time to spread awareness about eliminating gender discrimination against the girl child.
“World Youth Skill Day”
Youth Skills Day observed by Grade IV- Shaakunthalam showcased the talents of children in various fields like, dancing, skating, singing, yoga, silambam and drums. The creative skills of the art and craft students were also exhibited.
Festival of Lights
Children of KG celebrated Diwali by lighting Diyas and decorating their classrooms. Teachers shared the story behind the celebration of Diwali. Students also painted diyas, prepared greeting cards and made diyas using origami sheets.
Celebrating the Pedagogues
Teachers day was celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan on the 5th of September 2019. Few children spoke on the occasion and various activities were organized for the teachers.
World Humanitarian Day
Grade XI – Padmal observed “World Humanitarian Day” as their class time presentation focusing on different people of the society through a street play.
Grade IX highlighted the importance of “Navaratri” depicting its cultural significance during their class time presentation.
“National Farmers Day”
Children of Grade-V, as part of their class time staged a show on the occasion of the ‘National Farmers Day’ in commemoration of former Prime Minister of India, Shri. Chaudhary Charan Singh.
World Day of Health and Safety at Work
On the occasion of the World Day of Health and Safety at Work, students of grade X staged a programme on the need for safety in the work environment.
World Youth Skills Day
WYS Day, initiated by UNESCO aims to emphasize on the technical and vocational education and training by providing youth with equal opportunities. Various programs were staged on the occasion.
Independence Day Celebration
The 73rd Independence Day was celebrated with enthusiasm. Various activities were conducted to rouse the patriotic fervour. Students of grade XI portrayed the freedom fighters during the “Face Painting.” Event. “Marathon” events for Grade IX to XI were a test of endurance.
Vinayagar Chadhurthi Celebration
As their class time presentation, students of grade XI-Madhulika staged a program on “Vinayagar Chathurthi”
An tribute to Poseidon
Students of grade X, Thaalam, worked on ‘World Ocean Day’ as their class time topic to highlight the importance of sea-creatures in the aquatic ecosystem.
Fresher’s Day was organized by the students of Grade XII. Students conducted a quiz, staged a dance and edu-clown show respectively. Students of the other grades were also involved in welcoming the freshers. The day was a mix of learning and fun.
International Yoga Day
Grade X Pallavi invited the school to observe the International Yoga Day. She demonstrated a few asanas to boost the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual dimension of the individual.
Ms. Dhivya, Yoga trainer and alumnus of Chettinad Rani Meyyammai school was invited to demonstrate a few asanas, explain their benefits and promote healthy living in the student community. Students of grades III to IX were a part of the yoga demo.