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There is a great saying by Cesar Chavez:  “Real education should consist of drawing the goodness and the best out of our own students. What better books can there be than the book of humanity?” Rightly said…..Education fetches us more than a job. It teaches us to live. Today, we are here to celebrate our students on their path to success.

Currently, the strength of our school is 600 students with 47 academic staff, 3 administrative staff and 28 supportive staff.

We at Hagia Sophia Public School believe in setting our goals high and not stopping till we get there. We have a passionate staff that cares deeply about children and their education. They are always willing to take on new challenges, reflect on their teaching practice, and make changes as the new challenges arise.

We planned to reduce our yearly activities and expenses this year, in light of the disastrous flood that wrecked havoc on our state. We felt the need to stand in solidarity with the affected and show compassion and empathy to them. The students and staff contributed generously to the Chief Minister’s Relief fund and the staff went the extra mile by going to the relief camps and distributing necessary supplies.

  • Achievements:

The results of classes 10 and 12 were declared towards the end of May.

  1. All India Senior School Certificate Examination: Class XII (2017-18)

All 16 students who appeared for the examination secured first class. Rinsen Thomas topped the Science group with a total of 477/500 (95%), securing A1 in all subjects. Eby Alias topped the Commerce group with a total of 412/500 (82.4%).

  1. All India Secondary School Examination: Class X (2017-18)

Of the 31 students who appeared for the exam, 25 students secured distinction, with12 students scoring above 90%. Aleena Sara Varghese topped the class with 480/500 (96%). Nitya Annah Saji scored full marks in Science and Social Science.

The credit for the excellent performance of our students is attributed to the number of new initiatives undertaken by the teachers and the School.

  1. In the few interschool competitions we participated this year, our students won the following prizes:
  1. In Shastra 2018, an interschool Science exhibition held at Nalanda Public School, Thammanam, our team comprising of Gopikrishna Rajesh Unni, Chris Sleeba and Sangeetha Vijay of class 7 won the third place in the working model section of category I.
  2. In the Tug of War competition held at Marthoma Public School, Kakkanad, our senior boys won the first place. They are Ben Thuruthumel, Gokul Krishna, Ginse Kuzhivelil, Cyriac Biju of class 12; Sanju S., Charis Binoy, Christo Varghese, Joel Jose of class 11; Ben Leo Sabu, & Basil P Sunny of class 10.
  3. In DISPARO 2019, an interschool competition conducted by Mt. Carmel College, Kothamangalam, Aleena Reji of class 9 won 2nd place in Malayalam essay writing.
  4. Our school was selected as one of the top five Best Performing Schools out of the 40 schools that participated in the Football tournament in the categories of under 10, 12, 14 and 16 conducted by the Regional Sports Centre, Kadavanthara.

  • Intra school competitions:
  1. Rainbow 2018: The various competitions challenging the skills of the students in oratory, writing and performance were held in the first term. Individual performer awards were bagged by the following – Category III: Merin Joshy (7A), Category IV: Tania Maria Subi (9B) and Category V: Nitya Annah Saji (XI B)

Tagore House took the lead with 246 points, followed by Subhash House with 187 points, Jawahar House with 178 points and Gandhi House with 147 points.

  1. Class Magazine: The class magazine reveals the mettle of each and every student. The students’ creativity and imagination have paved way to this excellence. They were valued and the prizes go as follows:

Category I (classes 1 & 2) – Class IIA

Category II (classes 3 & 4) – Class IVA

Category III (classes 5, 6 &7) – Class VIIB

Category IV (classes 8, 9 & 11) – Class IXB

  1. Science Exhibition: The science exhibition showcased the novel ideas of the students of classes 6 – 9.  The following students excelled in proving themselves:

Category I – Angel Joby of class 7 in the chart section, Grace Maria of class 7 for still model and Gopikrishnan Unii & Chris Sleeba of class 7 for working model.

Category II – Durga Sameera Sunil of class 8 in the chart section, Tania Maria Sabu & Nelha Sabu of class 9 for still model and Eba Sara Baiju & Anna Sobi of class 9 for working model.

  1. In connection with the observance of Vigilance awareness week, an essay writing competition was conducted based on the theme ‘Eradicate Corruption – Build New India’. Ann Susan Moncy of class 12 won the first prize.
  2. Constitution day was celebrated on 26th November. An essay competition was conducted for which Ann Susan Moncy of class 12 won the first prize again.

  1. Annual Sports: Our school playground is the place where children come together with true sportsman spirit.. The values that sports teach them are par excellence. 19th and 20th of December 2018 witnessed our children at their best. Tagore house led the events with 233 points followed by Gandhi house with 170 points, Jawahar House with 165 points and Subhash house with 130 points. The individual champions of this year are as follows:

Kiddies Boys: Immanuel Jithu                                  Kiddies Girls: Fanetta Shemon

Sub Junior Boys: Adhvaith Nair                              Sub Junior Girls: Hima Arun

Junior Boys: Alan M. Anil                                         Junior Girls: Sangeetha Vijay and Gleena Santy

Senior Boys: Bazil Roby & Basil P. Sunny              Senior Girls: Ann Mary Anil

Super-senior Boys: Joshua Viswas Santhosh        Super-senior Girls: Fobika M.

A food stall was also run by our staff with the intention of donating the profit to the school charity programme.

  • Other enriching activities:
  1. Students were exposed to concrete waste disposal programmes, in connection with the World Environment Day with classes on waste management and collection of plastic and paper wastes for recycling.
  2. With the thought of inculcating good reading habits which are fast disappearing now, a book fair by United Books was conducted where students got an opportunity to update themselves with the new arrivals and add them to their personal library.
  3. The annual science exhibition conducted by our students witnessed many innovative scientific principles. The exhibits kindled the scientific fervor and enthusiasm in everyone.

  • To instill the values of responsibility and commitment, the school has a set of student leaders who carry out the various duties allotted to them. They also set an example to the rest of the student community. The following are the office bearers of 2017-18:

Head Boy – Charis Binoy (XI A)

Head Girl – Nitya Annah Saji (XI B)

Asst. Head Boy – Basil Johny (IX B)

Asst. Head Girl – Eba Sara Baiju (IX A)

Sports captain (Boy) – Basil Alias (IX B)

Sports Captain (Girl) – Fobika M. (XI A)

House captains and Asst. captains –

Gandhi House: Joshua Viswas Santhosh(XI A) and   Aleena Reji(IXA)

Tagore House: Jeslin Nicholas (XI B) and Govind Krishna Jayan (IX A)

Subhash House: Basil Roby (IX A) and Susan Mathew (IX A)

Jawahar House: Sanju S. (XI A) and Soja Alias (XI A)

  • PTA: With immense happiness, I share with you that our Parent Teacher Association was revived this year. The following parents were nominated to the various posts:

President – Mrs. Jesna Shaji

Secretary – Mr. Reji K. Paul

Treasurer – Mrs. Pushpa Thampi

  • Annual Medical check up: Much importance is given to the physical and mental health of the students. The annual medical check up was held by a team of doctors from Wellness solutions.

  • Charity programme – As a kind gesture of caring for our fellow beings, a charity programme is held every year. Each student contributes his/her part into the charity box provided in the class. The charity boxes’ amount and profit of the food stall from Sports Day will be donated to the deserved, in the month of March.

  • As part of SEWA, students of classes 9 – 12 took part in various social activities and were associated with Swasraya Rehabilitation Centre, Vettikkal; Jancey Centre for Special Education, Eroor; and Preshitha Boys’ Home, Kadayirippu

  • “Teachers are also learners.” Staying updated is the key to success in any field, especially, in education. Our teachers have constantly strived to stay updated by attending workshops & various training programmes in all subjects.

  • In this world of stress and strain, even children are not spared. Hence, we render timely counselling help to the students to have a holistic approach towards life. We have a full time counselor who takes care of the mental health of our students.

  • To balance themselves in the world, our students are given training in yoga and karate. The daily meditation aids in developing better concentration and grasping skill in the students. The self defense techniques involved in karate help boost the morale of the students.

  • Academic excellence matters a lot. More focus has been laid on improving the marks of the students right from standard One. 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.

  • We have a number of prizes and scholarships awarded to the children every year. This year’s James V. Mark Memorial Cup for the best house has been won by Tagore House with 479 points. The Runner-up cup goes to Jawahar House with 343 points.

  • Prof. M.C. George Memorial prize for the Physics topper for the year 2017-2018 goes to Rinsen Thomas of class XII A.

  • Sandra Sabu Memorial scholarship has been awarded to Tania Maria Subi of class 9.

  • This year, we have instituted the P.C.Paulose Memorial Centum award which will be given to students who secure full marks in any subject in the class 10 and 12 Board examination. This year’s Centum Award goes to Nitya Annah Saji for securing full marks in Science and Social Science in the AISSE 2017-18.

  • Academic excellence:

The following students have exhibited outstanding performance in academics:

LKG -          Niya Aison

UKG -          Joseph Mathew P.H.

Class I –      Abel John Nino

Class II –    Adelia Vandanath

Class III –   Helna Rachel Shybu

Class IV –   Ann Maria Anish

Class V –    Ashna Shaji

Class VI –   Kesia Maria Reji

Class VII – Merin Joshy

Class VIII – Sona Mary Joly

Class IX –   Anjana Giridas

Class X –     Riya Johnson

Class XI Science stream –                 Joshua Viswas Santhosh

Class XI Commerce stream –           Nitya Annah Saji

Class XII Science stream –                C. Anjana Rajan

Class XII Commerce stream –          Eilin Maria Baiju


The system of education keeps evolving just as the society and the world around us constantly keep changing. We, as a school and community, must introspect on the needs of our children and how to meet them moving forward. The challenges we face with financial hardships, substance abuse, and families dealing with trauma are increasing over time. We also face challenges concerning social media, use and misuse of technology by our students, issues that are not isolated to our community.

Our Mission is to provide a caring and safe environment for our young people. We promote quality education that emphasizes high academic standards, sound personal development, and positive social growth – thus laying the foundation for lifelong holistic learning and a personally fulfilling and productive life. Success is only possible when we work together and together, we will stand taller at Hagia Sophia Public School.

                                                                                                                                                THANK YOU.

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