Annual Report

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  • Every academic year is a significant milestone. The Annual day is an occasion to celebrate, a time to look back with pride and look ahead with vision. Exploring new horizons, finding new dimensions in growth, we have continued to do our best in the last academic year. We have catered to students from all sections of society and we recognize this as a challenge and have actively worked to develop systems and processes to deal with this issue by taking extra and remedial classes. We aim to create ‘future fit’ minds that are creative, disciplined, synthesizing, respectful and ethical.

             I am happy to present the highlights of our achievements and activities in the academic year 2017-18.

  • AISSCE Results – Class XII (2016-17)

Of the 14 students who appeared for the examination, 13 students secured first class.          

Akshay Bharat topped the Commerce group with a total of 468/500 (94%).

Keerthana Anil topped the Science group with a total of 447/500 (89%).

  • AISSE Results – Class X (2016-17)

       Of the 41 students who appeared for exam, 39 students passed with distinction, 15 students scoring A1 in all subjects.

The details of grade wise performance are listed below:

CGPA Range                      Grade                      No. of Students

9.1- 10                                   A1                                  26

8.1- 9                                      A2                                  13

7.1 – 8                                     B1                                 2

I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the students and teachers for the efforts taken to achieve this result.

  • Staff orientation programmes and meetings were held prior to the formal school opening. Training was given to the teachers regarding the CBSE remodeled assessment structure which came into effect from June 2017.

  • The school reopened for the new academic year on 1st June. We began the New Year with a special opening worship led by the students. Our Chairman, H.G. Dr. Thomas Mar Athanasius Metropolitan and Rev. Fr. Rajan George graced the occasion.

  • World Environment Day was celebrated on June 5th with a special assembly by students based on the theme “Connecting People to Nature”. Students were implored to get outdoors and into nature, to appreciate its beauty and its importance, and to take forward the call to protect the Earth. We are thankful to the Chief Conservator of Forests and the Junior Chamber International, Chottanikkara for distributing saplings to all our students.

  • The Kindergarten section began its function from the 5th of June with worship. Formal meetings with special counseling sessions were held for the parents.

  • The school student body election was conducted on 23rd June in a thoroughly professional manner. Students cast their votes to elect their representatives. The following students were elected by the student body:

Head boy:              Jacob Prince

Head girl:               Mariya Mathew

Asst. Head boy:     George Mathew

Asst. Head girl:      Ansa Kuriakose

Sports captains:    Geevarghese Abraham and Ann Mary Anil

  • The Investiture Ceremony of the newly elected office bearers was conducted on 30th June. On the same day, we celebrated the birthday of our Chairman H.G. Dr. Thomas Mar Athanasius Metropolitan.

  • The school cultural fest- Rainbow 2017 was a highlight of Term I being held from 5th to 7th July. Students from LKG to XII competed in a variety of on-stage and off-stage items amassing individual prizes and enhancing House points. Jawahar House stood first place with 297 points, followed by Tagore House with 213 points, Subhash House with 183 points and Gandhi House with 173 points. The following students won the Individual Performer awards-

Category I: Ashly Susan Shajan (2C)

Category III: Jennifer George (7B)

Category IV: Dona Jipsy (10)

Category V: Ann Susan Moncy (11)

In the parents’ solo singing event, Remya Unni (M/o Angitha Unni 3B) won first place, Siji Joy (M/o Samson Joy 10) won second place and Joseph Elias (F/o Anna Joseph 7A) won third place.

  • The annual medical check-up for the students was conducted on the 1stof August. A special team of doctors from Wellness Solutions, Ernakulam visited the campus to conduct the check up and update the medical records.

  • Independence Day was celebrated on the 15th of August. The national flag was hoisted by the Principal. Mr. Thalhath P.M., civil police officer from Cyber Cell, Ernakulam Rural, Aluva spoke to the students about the dangers lurking in the social media and how to be careful while using it.

  • Onam was celebrated on 31st August. The Hagian family participated in the various dances and flower carpet making. The staff prepared a special Onam feast for all the students. The school closed for Onam holidays and reopened on 13th September.

  • The book fair organized on 12th, 13th and 14th of October by Scholastic Books and Book Berries was a grand success with students, teachers and parents enjoying opportunities to browse and purchase books.

  • The Measles- Rubella Immunization programme in association with the Thiruvaniyoor Health Department was held in the school on 20th October. The vaccine was administered to 555 students.

  • The school Science exhibition by classes 6 – 9 was held on 31st October. The following students bagged the prizes:

Category I (classes 6 & 7) –

Best Chart: Sona Mary Joly (7A)

Best Still Model: Grapeson Binoy (7A)

Best Working Model: Gopikrishnan Rajesh Unni (6B)

Category II (classes 8 & 9) –

Best Chart: Alinta S. Alunkal (9)

Best Still Model: Eba Sara Baiju and Anna Sobi (8A)

Best working Model: Amal K.M. and Paulbi K. Abin (9)

  • The Annual Sports events were held on 2nd and 3rd November. It was inaugurated by Mr. T.A. Jaffer, former Indian footballer.

Subhash House led the event with 218 points, followed by Tagore House with 164 points, Gandhi House with 156 points and Jawahar House with 135 points.

  • Children’s Day was celebrated on 14th November by taking the students on a jolly good ride on the Metro. It helped them realize the role played by technology in controlling the different pollution situations and how economical and time saving it is.

  • One Nation Reading Together – a reading day programme was organized by Scholastic India on 24th November. All students and teachers engaged in the reading process during the day. Students were made aware of the crucial role played by English language in today’s scenario, in the assembly. The students displayed posters highlighting the importance of reading in one’s life. All the teachers were gifted with book marks made by the students.

  • As part of the school charity programme, students donated an amount of Rs. 31,460/- to the Cancer Aid Society. Mr. Vinay Parker, Assistant Regional director of Cancer Aid Society, took a session on prevention of cancer and the warning signs. The donation from the class room charity box collection will be made in the months of February - March.

  • In connection with the Constitution Day on November 26th, the Social Science department organized an essay writing competition on how far the Constitution of India protects the rights and duties of its citizens and a quiz competition, and awarded the following winners:

Essay competition: First prize – Eilin Maria Baiju (XI)

                                  Second prize – C. Anjana Rajan (XI)

                                  Third prize – Nitya Annah Saji (X)

Quiz competition: First prize – Eilin Maria Baiju (XI),

Nitya Annah Saji (X) and Jerry Santhosh (IX)

                                 Second prize – C. Anjana Rajan (XI),

Philip K. Shaimon (X) and Amal K.M. (IX)

  • Educational trips were held in December for all classes from LKG to std XI to destinations which included Sparky’s Fun Park, Lulu Mall; Dream World Chalakudy; Vagamon, Munnar and Kodaikanal.

  • This year’s Christmas celebration included class to class carol singing and class-wise love feast. The school closed for Christmas vacation on 22nd December and reopened on 3rd January.
  • Due to the increasing number of cases of Chicken Pox in the locality and school, we administered free preventive medicine to students and staff, on 11th January, in association with Dr. Padiar Memorial Homeopathic Medical College Hospital, Chottanikkara.
  • The Karate State Championship 2018 was held in our school in association with the TSKA (Traditional Shotokan Karate Association) on the 13th of January. 497 students from 125 schools participated in the event. Our students bagged 24 prizes in the various events.
  • The 4th Hagia Sophia Soccer Cup was held on the 18th and 19th of January. The tournament was inaugurated by World Arm Wrestling champion Mr. Joby Mathew. 16 schools participated in the tournament. Cochin Refineries School, Ambalamukal won the first place with a cash prize of 10,000/- and the Hagia Sophia ever rolling trophy. The runner up position was bagged by Darussalam Public School, Pallikara with a cash prize of 7,500/- and the Thomas Biju Memorial ever rolling trophy. Mr. K. Gokulan, National Football Referee and Retd. Superintendent of Customs was the guest of honour for the closing ceremony. Our student Joyal Sabu (IX) emerged out as the best goal keeper and Bazil Roby & Basil Alias as the top scorers in the tournament.

  • Among the scholarship examinations attempted by the Hagians this year, I would like to highlight the following:
  1. SOF International English Olympiad (British Council)
  2. SOF Mathematics Olympiad
  3. SOF Science Olympiad
  4. International Olympiad of Science (Silverzone Foundation)
  5. International Olympiad of Mathematics (Silverzone Foundation)
  6. SVS International English Language Test 2017

Our students have performed well in these examinations securing gold medals and qualifying for the next level examination.

  • Mid- term assessments, term end assessments, Open houses, model examinations, staff meetings, class-wise Parent teacher meetings have all taken place systematically. Parents have been encouraged to interact with the teachers every Wednesday (except the first Wednesday of the month) after school hours to get regular updates about their children’s performance and behaviour.
  • The Principal and teachers have attended all the major training sessions organized by the CBSE and Kochi Sahodaya. In addition, special orientation programmes were organized by the school for teachers.
  • This year our students won the following several prizes for the interschool competitions held on various occasions:
  1. In the CBSE District-level Kalotsav 2017-18, the following students excelled in their performances –
  1. Ann Susan Moncy (XI A) won first prizes in Hindi Recitation and Malayalam Extempore category IV.
  2. Meenu John (XI B) won first prize in Folk Dance category IV.
  3. C. Anjana Rajan (XI A) won second prize in Hindi versification category IV.
  4. Geevarghese Abraham (XII A) won third prize for Cartoon drawing category IV.
  5. Our team comprising of Sandramol S. (IX), Sneha Saju (IX), Sariga Dankey (IX), Alinta S. Alumkal (IX), Soja Alias (X), Eba Sara Baiju (VIII) and Anna Maria Sijo (VIII) won first prize for group dance category III.
  6. Amal K.M.(IX) won third prize for Light Music in category III.
  7. Our junior team comprising of Durga Sameera Sunil (VII), Aggie Maria Eldo (VII), Sangeetha Vijayan (VI), Raina Raigan (VI) Rose Sara Mathew (VI), Sredha Eldho (V) and Elna Sara Baiju (V) won third prize in group dance category II.

  1. In the CBSE State-level Kalotsav, Ann Susan Moncy, Meenu John and the participants of the category III Group Dance secured A grade.
  1. In Ensemble 2017-18 conducted by St. Peter’s Senior Secondary School, Kadayirippu, Aleena Anna Yeldho (XIA) won first prize in English Script Writing and Ann Susan Moncy (XIA) won second prize for Malayalam Script Writing. Our team comprising of Meenu John (XIB), Neha Anna Varghese (XI A), Alinta S. Alunkal (IX), Sandramol S. (IX), Sneha saju (IX), Sariga Dankey (IX), Eba Sara Baiju (VIII), Anna Maria Sijo (VIII), Durga Sameera Sunil (VII) and Rose Sara Mathew (VI) won the second prize for the group dance.

  1. Our boys won the first place in the Tug of War competition held at Mar Thoma Public School, Kakkanad.
  1. Our school was selected as one of the top five Best Performing Schools out of the 35 schools that participated in the Football tournament in the categories of under 10, 12, 14 and 16 conducted by the Regional Sports Centre, Kadavanthara.
  1. In the Kerala Road Safety Authority painting Competition held in association with Balarama and YMCA, Amiya Shaji (2C) won third prize in category II. In category III, Elvis Tom Seby (3A) won first prize, Pavithra V.A. (4B) won second prize and Devaganga P. Ajeesh (2C) won third prize. In category V, Alinta Merin Yeldo (8A) won second prize and Nanadana V.A. (7B) won third prize.
  • We have a number of prizes and scholarships awarded to the children every year. This year’s Mr. James V. Mark Memorial Cup for the best house has been won by Jawahar House with 432 points. The Runners-up cup goes to Subhash House with 401 points.
  • Prof. M.C. George Memorial prize for the Physics topper for the year 2016-2017 is Keerthana Anil of class XII A. Sandra Sabu Memorial scholarship has been awarded to Parthasarathy C. Satish of class IV. We also award scholarships to other deserving students.
  • This year we are awarding the class toppers for their outstanding performance in academics.

Class I – Evana Sara Joji

Class II – Helna Rachel Shybu

Class III – Ann Maria anish

Class IV – Shreya Raj

Class V – Harisankar Anil

Class VI – Merin Joshy

Class VII – Sneha M. Biju

Class VIII – Anjana Giridas

Class IX – Riya Johnson

Class X – Dona Jipsy

Class XI Science stream – Jacob prince & C. Anjana Rajan

Class XI Commerce stream – Eilin Maria Baiju

Class XII Science stream – Rinsen Thomas

Class XII Commerce stream – Eby Alias

  • Upcoming activities include counseling sessions for students facing the Board examination, model examinations and special coaching classes. Final examination for all classes will be conducted in March and the school will close for the year on the 7th of April after Open House.
  • It is rightly said, “The secret of all great undertakings is hard work and self reliance.”

I avail this opportunity today to express my heartfelt thanks to the Chairman of the school for his trust in our hard work and self- reliance, which has boosted our efforts to make our school one of the best schools. And I also thank our Secretary, Treasurer, Manager and Coordination committee convener for their constant support and guidance in all matters concerning school management. I also acknowledge with gratitude, the love and affection and above all, the trust of my staff, both teaching and non- teaching, and the cooperation of the 3 member office staff. As for you dear parents, we are sincerely committed to maintaining positive, productive partnership with you and on behalf of the school Management, staff and students I sincerely thank you for your cooperation and support.

Annual day programme not only provides a platform for the students to showcase their talents but gives an exposure and experience to know various performing arts and the ability to perform in diverse media. This year’s programme is an effort to showcase the importance of family and its values.  Please sit back and enjoy!

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