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October Month

Film Club Screening

We never know the love of a parent till we become parents ourselves.

With this quote in mind, the video clip ‘Broken crayons still have colour’ was screened to the students of class VI-VIII on 11/10/2023 (Wednesday). By Ms. Usha. After watching the clip, the students were engaged in a discussion. The following points were discussed by the students:

  • Parents are the ultimate role models for children.
  • Parents sacrifice their lives for their children.
  • Children should know the value of their parents.
Film Club Screening

Courage is always the surest wisdom.

A mother's love is often described as one of the purest and strongest forms of love. It is a deep and unconditional affection that a mother feels for her child. This love is evident in the care, nurturing, and sacrifices that mothers make for their children throughout their lives. Wisdom and bravery are two qualities that mothers often draw upon in various aspects of their lives, especially when it comes to nurturing and protecting their children. “Budhisaliyana Aadu” was the clipping screened to students on 22.11.2023 by Mrs. Yamini between 2.50 p.m. and 3.15 p.m. The following points were discussed and highlighted by the students:

  • We should be brave.
  • Listen to our elders.
  • Calm down, think and act.
  • Speak right in the right situation.
  • Think smart, act smart.
  • Be aware of the problem.
Film Club Screening

“Kindness is doing what you can, where you are, with what you have.”

Respecting and loving our parents are important for fostering healthy family relationships and personal development. Gratitude is an important virtue and we need to be thankful for the love, care, and opportunities provided by our parents. In this regard, the video clip - ‘Broken crayons still colour’ was screened to the students of class IX on 31/10/23 by Ms. Bhagiyalakshmi. Students shared their experiences on how they expressed their love and affection towards their parents and siblings. This video helped students understand their parents’ love towards them and to always respect and love their parents forever.

Students understood to be kind and show true love and affection towards our loved ones. They also vouched to obey and respect their words.

Film Club Screening

Good food is sweeter when shared with a good friend.

This quote was enlightened during the screening session of the video clip ‘Nidhi’s Lunch Box‘ on 01.11.23 (Wednesday) by Mrs. K P Smitha for classes 6 to 8. The movie opened insights into the fact that the value of sharing good food is multifaceted and holds great importance in various aspects of human life and culture. Students opined that it brings people together, nurtures relationships, and adds value to life by enhancing social, cultural, and emotional dimensions. It is a simple yet powerful way to connect with others and build a sense of community and togetherness.

Film Club Screening

Sometimes when things are falling apart, they may be falling into place.

The video clip - ‘JOYCEE’ was screened to the students of class IX on 22/11/2023 by Ms. Bhagiyalakshmi. The session started by asking students to share what inspired them in life. Students shared some incidents and examples from their real lives. They watched the video clip with a lot of interest. After watching the clip, the students were engaged in a discussion. Students spoke about their experiences of how they felt sad shouting at their friends, parents, and siblings when they were pressurized. This video helped students understand that they should respect others and do what they love to do and one day, they will feel happy and satisfied. The following points were discussed by the students.

‘Be kind’

  • Always be happy and work hard
  • Think positive, and be an optimist.
  • What we give, will come back to us.
  • Every cloud has a silver lining.
Film Club Screening

Knowledge is power. Knowledge shared is power multiplied

Sharing knowledge is a reciprocal journey where teaching becomes a conduit for learning, and giving becomes a source of enrichment. In the act of imparting wisdom to others, we not only contribute to their growth but also deepen our understanding. The film club screened a short film called ‘Samaritans’ on 22nd November by Mrs. Vyjayanthi to students of classes 6 to 8. Students who took part in the screening actively participated in the post-screening interaction. The students shared their take away from the short film. Some of the points they shared were:

‘Be kind’

  • We should always share our knowledge with others
  • We gain by giving others a part of the knowledge we have
  • We grow by giving what we have to the needy
  • Knowledge is an abundant wealth that never gets over even if we give it all to someone
  • Knowledge is to be shared – to make this world a better place to live.
Film Club Screening

FIELD TRIP – STD I – 2023

The students of standard I were taken to the Green Fields on 8th of September 2023 for a field trip. Students explored nature and did activities related to nature.

A story on the value of ‘forgiveness’ was narrated using bee puppets. Children participated enthusiastically in answering the questions asked by the teacher. This was followed by listening to the sounds around them and a walk around the field to explore the ant hills, spider webs, bee hives and some insects. Every child was instructed to collect a dry leaf and use colour pencils for tracing the same.

The field trip ended with treasure hunt activity. Students completed the trip by drawing their favourite part of the trip in their scrap and giving a feedback on their experience.

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Junior Art Club

Making of paper butterfly

Art and craft club conduct activity for grade 4 and 5 on 14.10.2023. Students were divided into two groups. Mrs. Vidya and Mrs. Mesiya introduced the different groups to the term ‘arts’ and briefed about the benefits of practicing arts as a hobby or leisure time activity. Then the students were instructed how to make a paper butterfly. Students were monitored and helped by the teachers with repeated instructions. The demonstration was followed by a video

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presentation of the making a paper butterfly. Mrs.Vijayalakshimi and Mrs.Swathy took the session forward by showing and explaining different ways in which paper butterfly can decorate their houses. Then colour papers were distributed and students were asked make butterfly. Students enjoyed the activity

Cleanliness Drive by Bulbuls

As a part of Cleanliness Drive (October 19th) Bulbuls of Class V took the initiative of keeping their play area clean. They picked the twigs, pebbles and dry leaves. They felt happy after cleaning their play area.

Junior Art Club

Art Club Activity

The art club members of classes VI to XII participated in Photo Frame (Best out of Waste) activity on 14/10/23. The objective of this activity was to encourage creativity and artistic expression among students and to promote recycling and sustainable art.

Students were encouraged to plan their design before starting, considering colour schemes and patterns. Art club teachers in charge provided step-by-step instructions to help participants create their photo frames. This allowed students to follow along and complete their creations successfully. Students used markers, crayons or paint to add their personal touches to the frame, including drawing patterns or designs. Decorative items like sequins, buttons, and beads were added to enhance the frame’s aesthetics.

At the end of the activity, students were invited to showcase their completed frames, allowing students to admire each other’s work and foster a sense of accomplishment.

The photo frame art activity successfully engaged students in creative and sustainable art while nurturing their fine motor skills and decision –making abilities. It served as a great way to promote recycling, artistic expression and a sense of accomplishment among students.

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Kids to Kids

Kids to Kids Contribution for the month of October was took place on 13.10.2023. Students of classes LKG to XII contributed onions 16.2 kg, urad dal 10 kg, potatoes 14 kg, toor dal 17.5 kg, moong dal 2 kg, bengal gram 2 kg, kismis 50 gm and 60 kg of rice.

The contribution was donated to Sri Arunodayam Charitable Trust, Kolathur.

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‘MAHA UTSAV’ by Mahalakshmi women’s College

“I shall participate, I shall contribute and in so doing, I will be the gainer” – WALTER ANNENBERG

‘Maha Utsav’ an Inter-School Cultural Fest was conducted by the Mahalakshmi Women’s College, Avadi, Chennai .The School organized the competition for various events for classes XI&XII. It was conducted on 13/10/23. Around 30 schools participated, and our students participated with great enthusiasm and bagged many prizes which added feather to the cap.

The contribution was donated to Sri Arunodayam Charitable Trust, Kolathur.

LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS

S.NO Event Name of the Student Class & Sec Position
1 Solo Song Kungumavalli Mahalakshmi 11 B 2nd Prize
2 Solo Song Poornima Preetha N.U 12 B 3rd Prize
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MURUGAPPA INTERSCHOOL CULTURAL FEST

It was a great pleasure and experience for both teachers and students that Murugappa Inter –School Cultural Fest was conducted on 07/10/2023 at SRM School, Ambattur. The students from classes 6 to 9 from all the 5 schools (TI School, AMM School, SRMHSS, VCHSS, AHSS) enthusiastically took part in various competitions.

The programme commenced with an Inaugural Function. Dr.(Smt). Lalitha Jawahar, Asst. Professor, H.O.D.-Department of vocal, Tamil Isai Kalloori, Tamil Isai Sangam, Chennai, was the Chief Guest of the event.

Events were designed according to the classes and the students took part in arts & crafts events and performing arts (on–stage events.)

Mr.H. Narayanan, Senior Associate Vice President and Chief Executive, A.M.M. Foundation, Mrs. R. Kamakshi Advisor Schools, AMM Foundation and the Principals of TI School, Vellaiyan Chettiyar Higher Secondary School and the AHM of Sir Ramaswamy Mudalaiyar School graced the occasion.

The event was concluded with the valedictory function. Mr.& Mrs. Nachiappan Asst. Secretary-Tamil Isai Sangam consented to be the Chief Guest and presided over the valedictory function and felicitated the winners and participants of the Cultural Fest.

List of Events Conducted

Event Class No.Of.Participants
Still Life(Art)
Origami(craft)
VI 4
4
Plate Painting(Art)
Wall Hanging(Craft)
VII 4
4
Vegetable Dye(Art) VIII 4
4
Aarathi Plate Decoration(Craft)
Jewellery Making(Craft)
Peepal Leaf Painting(Art)
IX 4
4
Bridal Hair Style IX 4
Group Song VI to IX 16
Group Dance VI to IX 16
Beat Boxing VIII & IX 4
Unity in Diversity VI to IX 20
GLIMPSES OF STUDENT’S WORK
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Bridal- Hair Style
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TI SCHOOL -GANGA –Prize winners

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS- 92 STUDENTS

S.NO Name of the Event Code Name of the Student Class & Sec Position
1 ORIGAMI TEAM -1 GAN-ORI-1 KRISHANTH.T
ANIKETH K.K
VI A
VI A
3rd Prize
2 STILL LIFE GAN-SL-2 MEDUNA .P VI A 2nd Prize
3 WALL HANGING GAN-WH-1 TEAM-1 ANGELIN MARIYA AS
ANJANA R
VII A
VII A
2nd Prize
4 PLATE PAINTING GAN-PL-2 ROSARY OVIYA A E VII A 1st Prize
5 AARTHI PLATE DECORATION-APD GAN-APD-1 TEAM-1 HARITHA.S
SAJITHRA .G
VIII B
VIII A
3rd Prize
6 Vegetable Dye GAN-VD-2 SANJANA.N VIII B 1st Prize
7 Jewellery Making GAN-JM-2 SUJITHA.S
RACHANAA.
IX B
IX B
2nd Prize
8 Peepal Leaf Painting GAN-PLP-3 AVANTHIKA.RM IX A 3rd Prize
9 BRIDAL HAIRSTYLE OF INDIA-BH GAN-BH-1 TEAM 1 KAVYASREE D.V
JANET JOYCE V.V
IX A
IX A
2nd Prize
10 GROUP SONG-GS GAN-GS SASHA ROY
YUGANTH.C N
SAI HARSHAVARDHAN G.K
ANISH.A
JHANVI K SHARMA
RITHIKA SRI .H
THANISHKA.S
LEAH RACHEL. .D
MIRUDHULA.M
MIDHULA M
AJOLA.C
PRAHLADH.S
APARNA RAGHAVAN
ANANYA.N
DHIVYA MEENA. C
SAI SUJANA.N
SAMEIRA AKSHITA.C
VI A
VI A
VI B
VI B
VII A
VII A
VII A
VII B
VIII A
VIII A
VIII B
VIII A
IX B
IX B
IX A
IX A
VI B
3rd Prize
11 GROUP DANCE-GD GAN-GD SRI HARINI.R
SANJITA.S
NEHAVARSHA C.S
SREENIDHI.R
DHAKSHITHA.A.S
GOWSHIK .G
MITHUN.S
AMIZHDHINI.V
PARVATHY VENKATACHALAM
CHARU NETRA.G.P
VAIGA VINODH
VRITIKA.D
ABILASHA.A
PRANAVIKA.B
NITHYASHREE.S
VI A
VI B
VI B
VII B
VII A
VII B
VII A
VIII B
VIII B
VIII B
VIII B
IX A
IX A
IX B
IX B
3rd Prize
12 BEAT BOXING-BB GAN-BB VIJUL KAVIN.P
ANDREW YESUDASS.Y.S
NAVIN.D
SASHWIN AKASH R P
VIII A
VIII A
VIII A
VIII A
2nd Prize
13 UNITY IN DIVERSITY GAN-UD AKSHAYA KRISHNAN KASHYAP
SAMYUKTHA P
KRISHALINI V
VIBUSHAA M S
SPANDHANA .S
AISHWARYA.K
ABHINAV SHARVESH R V
HARSHAD.B
CHEHAL.R
DIVYA DHARSHINI. .K
NISHANTH M.M
RAAGAVI BINDRA.K
JAYA SRI.V
SRINESH.S
DEVA SRI.S
GOWTHAM.G
TEJASWINI.K
VAISHNAVI.S
ADHARSH S
VICKNESH ADAIKALAM V
VI B
VI B
VI A
VI B
VI A
VII B
VII A
VII A
VII B
VII A
VIII A
VIII A
VIII A
VIII B
VIII B
IX B
IX A
IX B
IX B
IX A
1st Prize
Glimpses of Prize Distribution
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MUSIC CLUB ACTIVITY - OCTOBER 2023-2024

The club develops an interest of appreciating various musical genres and to understand the melody, rhythm. It also enhances listening skills and emotional expressions.

The day began with the song AmbaalBhajan- Omkaarabeejakshari tuned to the raga,Kaanada and simple beats for thalam

This bhajan showcases the greatness of Ambaal and reveals her love towards her devotees. This is indeed a perfect song for the Navrathri season.

The teachers shared the general instructions and explained the importance of navrathriwhich praises the three Goddesses- Saraswathi, Lakshmi and Parvathi. The teacher sang and the students were asked to repeat the lines one by one along with the beat. Later, the students were encouraged to sing as a group and support each other as it helps to improve the pitch, tone, breath control collectively.

At the end, children were allowed to showcase their talent by singing their favorite song based on Goddess Saraswathi and Lord Murugan. Students were encouraged to share their thoughts and feelings about the song.

The interaction improved their concentration and focus and enhanced their auditory skills and provided an exposures to various cultures. It also fostered emotional intelligence by allowing students to connect with the emotions and stories conveyed through the music.

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Film Club Screening

People who give you food give their heart.

With this thought in mind “Nidhi’s lunch box” was screened to students on 11.10.2023 by Mrs. Rashi Pareek between 3.00 p.m. and 3.30 p.m. The session started by restating the rules to be followed by the students during the session.

The following points were discussed and highlighted by the students:

  • We should help poor people.
  • Be kind and compassionate to others.
  • Respect food and share it with others who are in need.
  • Do not give up in any situation.
  • Do not waste food.
  • Be friendly with everyone.
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World Environment Day

Class II observed World Environment Day on 10.10.23. A Power Point presentation on The Importance of Keeping the Environment Clean, Conserving Water and Food, Being Aware of Bio-degradable and non-degradable waste was presented to students. Videos relating to Nature and Environment were screened.

A Short film ‘The Climate Crisis', was screened. Students enjoyed participating in slogan making.

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Krishna Jayanthi Celebration

The Krishna Jayanthi Celebration for kindergarteners was held in the evening of 31st August 2023, from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm at the Main Block of T.I. School.

Each class, LKG-A/B/C/D and UKG-A/B/C/D, had ten representatives participating in the event. Parents of the participants were invited to attend and witness the program. The primary goal of this celebration was to instil an appreciation for our deep-rooted traditions and the cultural richness of Hindu mythology in the young minds.

The theme "Brindavanam" was vividly brought to life. The stage was adorned with vibrant peacock feathers, pots brimming with butterballs, impressions of Krishna's footprints, an enchanted cow, flutes, and a uriyadi pot (hanging pot). Adding to this festive ambiance, children were elegantly dressed as Krishna and Radha, showcasing the essence of the occasion.

The Kindergarten Staff In-charge warmly welcomed everyone present. The event commenced with a devotional prayer song rendered by the kindergarteners. This was succeeded by speeches from UKG students, enlightening the audience about the significance of the celebration. The LKG-A/B/C/D children showcased a captivating fashion walk, while their counterparts from UKG-A/B/C/D presented a series of dances, moving gracefully to the rhythm of the melodies. The LKG students expressed gratitude in their vote of thanks, and the evening was concluded with inspiring remarks from the vice principal.

Parents were filled with pride and joy seeing their children participate. The event, with its myriad emotions and performances, left an indelible mark on the parents, children, and all attendees.

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Hand Washing Activity

On July 14th, 2023, a hand washing activity was organized for the UKG students by Mrs. Anita, Mrs.Usha, Mrs.Dorathy, Mrs.Krithika, and Mrs.Ulagammai. The objective of this activity was to educate the children about the importance of hand hygiene, teach them the correct handwashing procedures, and encourage them to adopt good hygiene practices in their daily routine to promote good health and prevent the spread of germs.

The activity was conducted in a structured and staggered manner, with each teacher taking turns to efficiently carry it out. It commenced at the AV Hall with a brief introduction on the benefits of hand hygiene. To reinforce the message, stories, songs, and poster cards demonstrating the step-by-step process of handwashing were presented to the children.

Subsequently, the students were led to the Assembly area for a live demonstration by the teachers. The teachers emphasized key points, such as rubbing the palms, back of hands, between fingers, and fingertips for a minimum of 20 seconds. The children were also given the opportunity for hands-on practice during the demonstration.

To make the activity more inclusive, parents (two from each section) and two primary teachers were invited as observers. Their valuable feedback was received, which added to the overall success of the event. By involving both the students and the observers, the importance of hand hygiene was effectively conveyed, encouraging a healthier and germ-free environment.

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