CBSE Affiliation No. 1900022 School Code : 07019











Education is a means of making children capable of becoming active, responsible, productive, and caring members of society and these skills are imparted both within the classroom and without. Children learn in a variety of ways- through experience, making and doing things, experimentation, reading, discussion, asking, listening, thinking and reflecting, expressing oneself in speech, movement or writing-both individually and with others. They require opportunities of all these kinds in the course of their development.  Such an opportunity is provided through the medium of clubs wherein the children are free to express themselves untrammeled by the concerns of syllabus.


In order to nurture and flourish the innate talent of the budding youth the following clubs are initiated:


Names of the clubs                                              Names of Teacher In- charges


1. Math Club                                                         Mr. Ramasamy, PGT Maths


2. Book Club                                                          Mr. R. Balasubramaniyam, TGT Lib


3. Literary Club                                                     Dr.B.U.  Jain, PGT Hindi


4. Science Club                                                      Mr. T.Murali, PGT Phy


5.Art Club                                                              Mrs. S. Jyothi, TGT Art


6 . Nature Club                                                      Mrs. Sripriya, PGT Bio


7 . Yoga/ Health Club                                          Mr. Nakkeeran, TGT WET                                                  




The Yoga Club for this year was inaugurated by our Principal Sir amidst lots of excitement and joviality. Mr. Nakeeran would coordinate the activities as the concerned individual is the trained master in Simplified Kundalini Yoga offered by the World Community Centre ,Chennai.


The following activities have been chalked out for the current session.


 1. Nadi Shudhi Pranayama

 2. Spinal cord Clearance

 3. Meditation

 4. Hand Exercises

  5. Leg Excercises

  6. Neuro Mascular Breathing Excercises

   7. Relaxation


In addition to the above the teachers will also be trained in Kayakalpa Yoga with the assistance of volunteers of WCSC, Ullagaram Branch.




“Something will have gone out of us as a people if we ever let the remaining wilderness be destroyed … if we pollute the last clean air and dirty the last clean stream and push over paved roads through the last of the silence”- Wallace.


Nature Club aims at sensitizing and creating awareness among students about the dire need to conserve and preserve nature, the true wealth.


The following activities are planned for this academic session.


April- June:                       Watch channels like Nat Geo, Animal planet etc.


July :                                   Collection of shells, feathers colourful stones etc.


August:                              Celebration of Vanmahotsav.


September:                         Preparation of Herbarium.


October:                             Collection of Insects.


November:                         Slogan Writing.


December:                          Magazine Release.


January:                               Cleaning of Campus.


February:                             Tending school-garden.


March:                                    Preparation of Compost.




“The essence of mathematics is not to make simple things complicated, but to make complicated things simple.” ~ S. Gudder

The calendar of events for the current academic session (2015-16) is as follows:


  1. Registration and formation of clubs


  1. Introduction of Club Members


  1. Preparation and plan of activities for the year


  1. Preparation of an album(mathematics in daily life)


  1. Collection of all geometric figures (models/chart/powerpoint presentation)


  1. Philately


  1. Numismatics


  1. Preparation of Scrap Book ( “hey Maths” –The Hindu)


  1. Releasing a math magazine


  1. Presenting an assembly programme


  1. Life history of Indian Mathematicians


  1. Encourage the students to make puzzles or crossword.




An NAEP programme was held for boys during the 8th and 9th periods respectively. The class was conducted by Mr. T. Murali in XII-A class room. The class comprised boys of both XI and XII .The topic was LIFE-SKILLS. It was a highly interactive and interesting session with volley of questions being asked and answered for. Mr. Murali described the various problems faced by adolescents during their teens. These were some of the points highlighted during the session:

Self respect and self- awareness

Creative thinking

Critical thinking

Emotional change

Physical change

Positive thinking


The class is indeed indebted to Mr. Murali and expresses their gratitude for a lively and interactive session.


The session for the girls of class XI and XII was conducted in XI-A classroom simultaneously. The class was conducted by S.Mary who has joined the school recently. Hence, the class had an Ice-breaking session wherein the participants sat in pair and gave an introduction about their partner in the following aspects:






One good quality

One bad habit

The session was really useful as the participants finally started unwinding and unconsciously started revealing a few problems. Few of them lacked self- esteem and self- confidence, while a few weren’t sure of what they desired. A few had a dislike for the mother-figure- something very natural for an adolescent passing through the phase. The session ended promisingly with participants eagerly waiting for the next session. It was equally productive to the nodal teacher as the teacher got an insight into the problems and difficulties faced by the participants which the teacher would start addressing in the due course.


“Integrity is doing the right thing, even if no one is watching.”




It is an effort undertaken by the Airport Authority of India to inculcate good habits and values like honesty, truthfulness, patriotism, compassion, non-violence, secularism in wake of the rampant corruption, deceit, fraudulent practices taking fore-front. In order to weed out the corrupt practices the youth of tomorrow have to take firm and a bold step. The following activities have been chalked out for the current academic session.


Reading of great lives – Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Vallabhai Patel


Reading of Khalil Gibran


Reading of Thiru kurral


Role- plays depicting values of honesty, truthfulness, secularism


Sharing moral stories


Sharing real life- episodes regarding fraudulent practices


Slogan writing


Poster Making


Speeches and debates