Announcements
  • CNIte Akshay Deepak and CNIte Narun Joe of grade 8 are shortlisted for the two weeks Infosys Vacation Training Programme during the month of April
  • Grade X CNItes Rohan S Kumar gets State level 3rd position and Sara Jayan & Kesava Valente Pruneri get merit certificates in the All India Essay competition organised by Sree Ram Chandra Mission and United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan.
  • CNIte Akshay Deepak M. of Grade VIII was one among the chosen five guest editors of The Hindu -Young World' s Children's Day edition.

Activities - Celebration

 

Principals Day

Principal Rev. Fr.Thomas Chennattusserry CMI prefers to make no noise about his birthday but the staff and the students took time during Open Space on 29 November 2019 to celebrate it with birthday greeting cards. The staff and students made him cut a birthday cake too.  Candies were distributed to all.


Childrens Day Celebration

The teachers blessed the students of the school, on the occasion of Childrens Day, through personally made greeting cards.

A card with the names of all the students of the school was personally made by the school principal making all students feel special.

The littles ones of Grades KG, Grades I & II presented the special assembly delighting everyone with their songs and dances.

CNIte Madhav Murali presenting himself as Chacha Nehru and giving a speech about Chachaji and his vision left the school amazed.

 

 


Onam 2019

CNIS conducted its Onam function in great splendour and enthusiasm on 6 September 2019. The school was beautifully decorated and all the CNItes wore their traditional attire. Maveli Thamburaan, enacted by CNIte Merric Prem Antony, was welcomed to the celebration.

Ms. Soumya Sanathanan, an enthusiastic musician, was the chief guest for this special occasion. Along with a lively speech she gave a chenda performance with students clapping to the beat that was fun and a slightly tricky activity.

The fun continued with the‘Malayalimanka - Kerala Sreeman’ competition. The Kaikottu kali by the senior students was graceful. The kindergarten kids too staged a cute Kaikottu kali.

Rest of the day was spent by the students, parents and  staff engaged in different traditional games. Enthusiasm was on all sides, chants of the students added to the fun and Onam happiness was spread everywhere. The celebration tastefully ended with Payasam distribution.


Teachers’ Day Celebration

The wait by the students to do something special for their beloved teachers came to end on the Teachers’ Day which falls on 5 September 2019. They honoured all the teachers in the school with special messages written on cards.

Declamation speech, of personalities like Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Malala Yousafzai, Anne Sullivan, Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein, delivered by the students highlighted the importance of education making the day meaningful.

Students loved to watch their teachers engaged in different games towards end of the day. The teachers equally enjoyed the games which relaxed them.


International Yoga Day

With a performance of Natya Yoga by the students of Grades IV &V, the school celebrated the International Yoga Day on 21 June 2019. Information about the day and the benefits of yoga in the human life was given through a speech by the School Leader Melvin Chacko Dennies.

Later on that day the students who opted for Yoga as their CCA attended a session conducted by Sister Anjali and Sister Athira of Brahmakumaris in collaboration with the Indian Express. The need of positive outlook and meditation was explained by them to the students


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