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Thursday, March 11, 2010
Senior children of Siragu headed by Dr.V.Uma visited Lalaji Memorial Omega International School (LMOIS) situated at Kolapakkam, Chennai-101 on 5th March 2010.
It was a very much informative, energizing and interesting trip
Mr.S.Bhavanishankar – Principal
Ms.Poonam – Co-ordinator
Ms.Liz Kingsnorth - Consultant
Ms.Ganga – Teacher - Environment Management
Mr.Sundar – Teacher – Biology
given their warm welcome to our team and shown their concern over Siragu children, their love and affection, interest to know about us, openly shared with our children about their school activities, loving promises to support Siragu’s knowledge requirements are amazing and appreciative.
Siragu students Jayavel, Dasaradhan, Priyadarshini were anxious to see the school, the methods of teaching, school’s lab facilities, behavior attitude of students and teachers over there. The moment they enter into the school and the moment they left school, the green memories are given an enchanting experience.
3 children named above going to write IGSCE exam (O level exam) for which we arranged this one day trip to Lalaji school. Our students had a very good interaction with 5 students studying 9th grade of
Received greeting card from students of LMOIS & Siragu children in turn prepared spot greeting card with a fallen flower from the sand and made it decorative and attractive and gifted to those students.
Sharing of Greeting Cards
Visited school’s lab in CBSCE section
Drawings n Poem
12 Students in 6th grade & 7th grade and 4 students of Siragu divied into 4 groups and conducted drawing n poem session, it was fulfilled, creative and enjoyable. Topic taken was “Friendship” and each group come up with different poem and different art work which depicts the strength of Friendship.
Delicious lunch provided to us and the students of LMOIS also joined us in the lunch session.
- Able to see the real practice of an
- Our children got a great opportunity to interact with
- Able to interact with students from different countries
- Clarified some of doubts arised towards approaching IGSCE exam (O level)
- Collected required details about books to buy for preparation
- The school given their loving promises to support Siragu students in whatever way they can and maximize opportunities to open up positive interactions in future
At the outset, on behalf of children of
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Sunday, December 14, 2008
Thursday, July 19, 2007
"Whenever a guest drop into the school, they prepare a gift on their own, by picking up the leaves of trees and plants and make use of scrap materials available in the school".
"Recently we clent the place and kept all the stuff in one room, that time two foreign guest have come to the school". "Children turned with gift with good packing and when guest got surprised to open it, there are lots of old teddy bear toys inside". "All of us thrilled with excitement and appreciated the group of children who did this job and respect their affection shown to other person".
They themselves designed their 'thank you' cards and we send the same to the donors along with the donation receipt. Look at some of the thank you cards shown here and may be some of them are already at your hand.
Posted by Suyam Charitable Trust at 4:41 AM
Friday, June 15, 2007
True to their committment, the Table constructed 3 class rooms in the year 2004-05, 1 class room in the year 2005-06 and is in the process of completing 3 classrooms in the year 2006-07 thereby completing 7 out of 9 classrooms that have been promised. The remaining 2 classrooms would be complete by the beginning of the Academic Year 2008-09 thus fulfilling the promise of putting up the primary block for the school.
further 3 class rooms construction in progress as on 16.06.2007
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Tuesday, March 6, 2007
Siragu celebrated Sports Day on 03.03.2007. Compare to last year, this year there is more involvement of parents and teachers in the sports is the highlight of the celebration. Children won several prizes with medals and certificates and the staff members also given gifts. Team work once again proven. Our special thanks to Roundtabler Mr.Manjoj of MKRT181 towards his contribution of Rs.4000/- towards purchase of gift items and love and regards to all.
Monday, February 5, 2007
Mitra (a filmmaker-teacher friend of the Acchor team) had asked if the kids at Siragu would build a Peace Tree if she gave them all the necessary materials and details.
The Peace Tree was initially done by kids at Ontario, Canada.
The kids at Siragu always love to do anything new and innovative and they are ever ready to take up creative workshops like these, especially where Peace is the issue!
Muthuram was given the details on Jan 31st 2007 about the kids implementing a Peace Tree at Siragu Montessori School.
On the 1st of February 2007, just one day after the Siragu kids got the details, they had implemented the Peace Tree in one hour!
This itself is proof that the kids are so enthusiastic about connecting with the kids across the world in a Peaceful manner.
If this continues, the kids will make friends with others around the world and also influence the adults into Peace activities!
The day is not far!
For Further details on the Peace tree please visit http://sandalwoodproductions.com/peacetree/index.html
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