The Quadrennial Project — ‘Education through Environment' was displayed on October 28, 29 and 30 in PSBB, K.K.Nagar, Nanditha Krishna, Director, C.P. Ramaswamy Aiyar Foundation, was the chief guest for the inaugural function.
The project took off on an eventful note with Ms. Nanditha interacting with the students of PSBB, giving them insights into areas they needed to probe further on.
She was full of appreciation for the choice of the theme and the manner in which various subjects had been interlinked with values learnt from nature.
Students had displayed projects connecting nature with various subjects, language, arts and sports.
The valedictory highlighted the theme of the project through a scintillating series of programmes including a play, dance drama and a traditional story telling session. Dr. S. Krishnaswamy, who was the chief guest and Dr. Mohana Krishnaswamy, who was the guest of honour, enlightened the audience with their wonderful experiences of man's relationship with nature in communities around the world. An invigorating speech by Mrs. Y.G. Parthasarathy, Dean and Director, PSBB Group of Schools, brought the curtains down.
SRM Nightingale Matriculation Higher Secondary School celebrated Children's Day in the school premises with pomp and splendour. Rangarajan, General Manager, Indian Overseas Bank was the chief guest. The school choir sang patriotic songs and the tiny tots mono-acted Tiruvalluvar, Avvaiyar and Bharati. Children compered the show. Prizes were given to parents who took part in the cookery contest. Prizes were also given for winners who participated in the inter-school competition such as fancy dress colouring, recitation andrhymes.
Principal Shanthi Sukumar gave the children's day message. The chief guest, in his address, advised the students to do morephysical exercise and keep themselves fit. The prizes were sponsored by Indian Overseas Bank, Rangarajapuram branch.
Children's day celebration was conducted at Springfield Mat. Hr. Sec. School on November 13. The Principal V. Sankarlal and Correspondent Sumathi presided over the function. The students of Kindergarten to Class V presented a variety entertainment programme containing speeches on Nehru, group song, skit on the childhood days of Chacha Nehru and a scintillating group dance by K.G. kids visualising the need to create awareness among the young generation about the greatness of leaders such as Gandhiji and Jawaharlal Nehru.
The principal distributed prizes to the winners of various competitions conducted from October to November for the classes Pre K.G. to XII. He called upon the parents to encourage the children to participate in such competitions to develop their soft skills and creativity.