Here’s a look at the happenings in Tamil Nadu schools this week

Eventful week at Everwin

Chennai: As an initiative to reinstate the lost art of reading among today’s students, a 3-day intensive camp on Reading was launched at Everwin Campus. The first two days of the camp focused on training students on ‘good reading abilities’. Expert news readers (Both English and Tamil) were made to address students on PA system and ideas about various reading techniques were given.

Teachers from the University of California interacted with students to give insights into the American way of reading. Students were made to watch exclusive videos on different reading strategies like pronouncing difficult words, English fluency, vocabulary skills, phonics and speed reading exercises.

The last day of the camp ended with interesting competitions based on reading skills.

Special ArrangementThe students of Everwin take part in a campaign to spread awareness about Rainwater harvesting

Another event conducted was a campaign on rain water harvesting. A massive water drop made of 300 kilos of coloured powder was formed. Students also made a human formation and carried placards demonstrating its importance.

Jegan Matha exhibition draws attention

Tiruchi: A working model on rain water harvesting by the students of Jegan Matha Matriculation Higher Secondary School attracted the attention of the visitors during an exhibition jointly organised by the school and Everest Edusys & Solutions recently. P.S. Joseph inaugurated the exhibition. The students explained the various models that were on display to the visitors.

Lit clubs now open at Kongu Vellalar

Coimbatore: ‘Blossom’, the English Lit Association and ‘Parithimar Kalaignar Ilakkiya Mandram’, the Tamil Lit Association of Kongu Vellalar Matric Higher Secondary School were inaugurated.

The ‘Vivekanandar Vasagar Vattom’, a forum which encourages students to read and learn the teachings of Swami Vivekananda was also inaugurated. The Class Libraries formed from the contributions of students were also opened on the same day.

Montfort School gets new student leaders

Special ArrangementThe newly elected student leaders of Montfort School.

Tiruchi: A colourful investiture ceremony was held at Montfort School recently. Prashant Vickey Bhagat and Jonah Angelus took charge as the school pupil leader for boys and girls respectively. The captains and vice-captains of various houses also took charge on the occasion. J. Ramanan, an architect, who was the chief guest, presented flags and sashes to the student leaders. Rev.Bro. Dhanaraj, principal, administered the oath of office. A skit and song by the students of the school were a part of the function.