Grand parents day at Park Road
CELEBRATION OF 5TH INTERNATIONAL DAY OF YOGA
Since its inception in the year 2015, June 21st is celebrated as The International Day of Yoga all over the world. This idea was proposed by our Prime Minister, Mr. NarendraModi. He said, “Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and the nature. By changing our lifestyle and creating consciousness, it can help in well being.”
International Yoga Day was celebrated by the students and teachers at with great enthusiasm. Students of grade I-X demonstrated various asanas. Warm up exercises were taken and all the students performed sitting and standing asanas, importance of these were explained simultaneously. The celebration concluded with Savasana. Our physical director encouraged students to practice regular yoga to remain fit and improve concentration.
"Mix it up" was the theme for colours day celebration for the Senior kindergarten children, while the JKG children learnt the 3 primary based on the same was done. Pre.KG learnt the colour green and associated all objects related to green.
Welcome program I to IV
The welcome program for classes to I to IV was conducted on the 15th of June 2019. The session commenced with a prayer, seeking the blessings of the almighty for the new academic year 2019-2020. It was followed by a prayer song rendered by the teachers.A motivational video was screened and Mrs. Deepika shared her views about ‘perseverance ’and ‘learning to achieve’. A short video on ‘classroom rules’ was also screened to make students aware about the acceptable behavior in school.The session ended with a motivational song by the teachers.
Welcome program V to VII
The welcome program for the upper primary classes was conducted on 16th June 2019. The session began with a prayer song. Motivational speeches on ‘discipline’ and ‘power of positive thinking’ were delivered by Mrs. Kavitha and Mrs. Uma respectively. A motivational video about the founder of Panasonic was screened to edify students and inspire them to believe in hard work. The program concluded with an encouraging speech by the campus head Mrs. Soumadhy.
‘A parent is a teacher at home and a teacher is a parent in school and the child is the center of our universe’
The Schram Academy Nolambur, organized an orientation program for the parents of K-7 on 22/6/19 with an aim to familiarize them with the curriculum, rules and regulations of the school, teaching methodologies and the co- scholastic activities as the partners in progress.
The program began with the prayer song rendered by the teachers. The campus head Ms.Soumady delivered a warm welcome address to the gathering. Since the students come into the orbit of both parents and teachers, a motivational video on parent role in sculpting the children was played. It was then followed by a thought provoking speech by the Principal Mrs. Stella Pauline Punitha through a PPT, which emphasized on the core theme for this year ‘Learn to Achieve’ and also an overview on the pattern of examination and the co-scholastic activities, that provided the parents an assurance that curriculum involves hands-on learning activities. The coordinators of K-7 proposed the vote of thanks.
The orientation program ended on a good note with the aim of nurturing our children into a happy and a skillful citizen and concluded with the National Anthem. The parents later had the opportunity of interacting with their respective class teachers. Overall, it was a fruitful session and a step towards a strong partnership.
The Chennai Musical Extravaganza 2019-Shangri-la
Schramians Stage 'Shangri-La'
After the past two years mega Chennai Musical Extravaganza - 'The Imagination thief' and 'The Ghost called High Voltage', The Schram Foundation proudly brought out its third annual production, 'The Unexpected Journey to Shangri-la', on the 25th and 26th of January at the MCC auditorium.
The English and the Cultural wings of the campus ventured into this two hour musical drama - a blend of humour, entertainment, thrill and fantasy. Nearly 150 actors and dancers show cased their acting, dancing and singing skills, proving
that education at The Schram Academy extends even far beyond the class rooms.
'Shangri-la' is yet another original creation of the renowned play script writer Harry MacLure, that was wonderfully presented on stage by the students with the magical professional touch of Director Nilu.
A variety of nearly half dozen dances from folk to hip hop and zumba were choreographed by the John Britto's Dance Company to the tunes and meaningful lyrics of Ganesh Ramanna, under the audio and visual effects of Victor Paulraj and Zeigen Paul.
Thus 'Shangri-la' took the entire audience in awe from earth to heaven by providing an enchanting theatrical experience
to one and all !
No bag day
This day is greatly enjoyed by the students every year. The fact that they do not have to carry books to school fills them with a sense of freedom and joy. They also look forward to the activities that the teachers design and conduct painstakingly. The activities are intended to be fun and educative.
For our Kindergartners ‘jump as you say the alphabet’ activity was conducted. This was based on gross motor skill. It helps students expertise in alphabets and is also a good physical exercise, not to mention the fun element. They also enjoyed coloring the picture of their choice.
For our 1st graders, the children were blindfolded and encouraged to identify the sizes of various objects and as part of English activity, they played ‘rolling the dice’ to learn different types of nouns.
Our 2nd graders brought their favourite vegetables from home and as a group tried to classify them. A quiz was also conducted. Later they enjoyed doing a coloring activity in which the children could experience the joy of creating their own colors by mixing the primary colors.
The annual day _2018 for k-2 was celebrated in a well organized fashion. Mrs.Emily Titus, the principal of CSI Monahan Matriculation Higher secondary school was the guest of honor for the event.Her pungent talk on the 3 s, soap, soup and salvation hit home with the gathering. The celebration pursued with the annual report reading for the year 2018 _19 by the campus head Mrs.Soumady, which was succeeded by the prize distribution to students who achieved proficiency in academics and co- curricular activities for the school year 2018-19.
The cherry on top of the event was the cultural programs flaunted by our young students.While the junior kindergartners jigged and swayed to a rhapsody of music, the senior kindergartners showcased the old school dance forms of the state, such as karagattam, mayilattam, poikal kuthiraiyattam and oiylattam.Classes 1 and 2 rendered different genre of dances under the umbrella "unity in diversity". Thus, this annual day celebration will always remain vivid on our minds and warm our hearts for the days to come.