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ST.MARY'S RESIDENTIAL CENTRAL SCHOOL

 St. Mary's Residential Central  School, Trivandrum, a Minority status Institution is a sister concern of the Thiruvalla St. Mary's Residential Public School,  started in the year 1987 and affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. The School Affiliation No: is 930157.  The school is headed by Dr. Anila Sarosh, since 1988 (Recipient All India Teachers Award 2008).

The aim of the school is not merely the academic education of the student. One of the earliest findings of the UNICEF is that the existing conventional system or education cannot cope with the needs of the nation. The development of the nation ultimately depends upon the system of education adopted. Man and women who possess knowledge, morality, intelligence, work experience and productive capacity are the nation’s best citizens.  Learning for earning is postponed to a later stage. The main characteristic of the new thinking of education is that learning of KNOWLEDGE and learning to BE should go concurrently. "The main purpose of education” says Hubert Spencer “is not knowledge but Action". As a practical approach to this revolutionary theory the St. Marys Educational and Cultural Society, Thiruvalla, has adopted the 10+2 pattern of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi for the formation of the child to an upright citizen.

VISION:

Our school strive to provide holistic, student centered, stress free learning environment and make every learner to be creative, innovative, confident to face all the challenges of life.   

MISSION

Children are our future: St. Mary's Residential Central School is dedicated to the success of all children.     

Partner  

with staff, students, parents and community.  

Provide   

a safe and congenial educational environment.   

Educate   

all students to achieve their full potential as life-long learners and  

Empower

 all students to be productive, responsible, integral, determined citizens with pursuit of excellence.

Ensure    

continuous professional development & capacity building of teachers by integrating with technology.  

Develop

in students scientific outlook and transformative competencies to meet the growing demands of changing society. 

From the Executive Director's Desk

The dynamics and parameters of education has gone through an unimaginable transformation over the years. The advent of technology has created a drastic change in the mindset of students. They are less dependent on their teachers who have now become co-leaners. In the past, the best became teachers. Today the best has gone to pursue other professions and the reasons are debatable.

Unlike in many parts of India, for parents in Kerala, Education is a lifetime investment as far as their families are concerned. I have always strongly believed that the recipe to a healthy society is an educated, employed and financially independant person.

There are vast numbers of service providers or Management who have sacrificed and still do for the sake of quality education.

True, delicate and dedicated all round balancing of all components is of utmost importance for the well being of the educational sector.

From the Principal's Desk

With the view to enable and equip the child to prepare for a worthy life, we are in our own humble way serving the people of Trivandrum particularly Poojappura and surroundings for the last 32 years.

St.Mary's Central School is an institution with a difference poised to take a fresh challenges leading the way to a better future and setting new standards in the field of education. The school always strives for quality and holistic development of a child in true sense. As a result of the ernest efforts of the stake holders - management, parents, teachers and students, the school has proven track record of laurels in both scholastic and coscholastic domains of education in the past and it still continues. Students are given equal opportunity to learn in safe and caring environment that promotes creative and intellectual thinking.

We are proud of our accomplishments of the past years, and committed to continously enhance our standards in academic and social well being.

INFORMATION OF THE SCHOOL

1.Name of the School with address : ST.MARY’S RES. CENTRAL SCHOOL, POOJAPPURA, TVM       

a. E mail: rosegeorge61@hotmail.com 

b. Ph no: 0471 2355538

c. Fax no: 0471 2353352

2. Year of establishment of School: 1987

3. Whether NOC from State obtained: YES

a. NOC No: 6399/N3/95/G. Edn

b. NOC issuing date: 22/02/1995

4. Is the School recognized, If yes by which authority: Yes, CBSE

AFFILIATION STATUS

5. Status of affiliation -  Permanent / Regular/ Provisional: Provisional 

a. Affiliation no: 930157

b. Affiliation with the board since: 01/04/1996

c. Extension of affiliation upto: 31/03/2019

6.     Name of the Trust / Society/ Company regd. Under the section 25of the Company Act 1956:

        St. Mary’s Educational and Cultural Society 

        Period upto which registration of the society is valid: Permanent

7. List of members of the school management commitee

Sl.No: NAME

1.     Dr. Anila Sarosh

2.     Mrs. Cissy Roy

3.     Mrs. Maitreyi Rajesh

4. Mr.Manoj S.K

5. Mrs. Adv. Sheeba Nath

6. Mrs. Deepa CJ

7.     Mrs. Shoba P

8. Mrs. Padma Ganesh

9. Mr. Rajan Varghese

10. Mr. P.J.Mathew

11. Mr. Jacob Varghese

12. Mr. Sunil Gopinath

13. Mr. M.Ramesh

14. Mr. Ajith Kumar.R

15. Mr. Sasi Kumar R.S

16.    Mrs. Soumya Babu. H

8. Name of the Manager/ President / Chairman/ Correspondent :

Mr. Sarosh P. Abraham, Ph no: 0471 2355538, Fax no: 0471 2353352

DETAILS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

9. Area of School Campus:

a. In acres : 2.36

b. In Sq. Mtr: 5115 Mtr. Sqr

c. Built up area : 5111.52 Sq. mtr

d. Area of Playground ( Sq. mtr ) : 4700 mts. Sq

OTHER FACILITIES

a. Indoor games : Yes

b. Dance Room : Yes

c. Music Room : Yes

d. Labs : 6 (Physics -1, Chemistry -1, Biology -1, Computer -2, Maths - 1 )

e. Total number of rooms: 74

10. TRANSPORT FACILITY :

a. Own buses : 8

b. Bus hired on contract basis : NA

c. Details of transport charges : 

11. Number of Teaching Staff : 61

12. Number of students: 1515 (Std: 1 to 12)

13.Details of salary being paid by the school to Teaching Staff:                                                       

14. Mode of payment of salary :

a. Name of the bank through which salary is drawing : India Overseas Bank, Poojappura, Trivandrum

b. Through single cheque / Tranfer advice : Single cheque

c. Individual Cheque : NIL

d. Cash : NIL

15. LIBRARY FACILITIES :

a. Size of the library in Sq. feet : 22.95 Sq. mtr.

b. No:of periodicals : 6

c. No: of dailies : 6

d. No: of reference book class wise : 25

e. No: of magazines : 18

f. Other : 7600

16. Name of the grievances and redressal officer with phone no: and email ID :

Mr. Abhilash A.S - 9847905516, abhilashas80@gmail.com

17.Members of the sexual harassment commitee : Dr. Anila Sarosh

18. Section wise enrolment of school for current session: 

19. Academic Session period :

Std I to XII : June to March                

20. Vacation Period :

Std I to XII : April, May


21. Admission Period : Nov to May

                                       ANNUAL REPORT 2017- 18                                                31st  ANNUAL DAY CELEBRATIONS

DAY & DATE: SUNDAY, 28TH JANUARY 2018

VENUE: SENATE HALL, TRIVANDRUM

Esteemed dignitaries on the dais, off the dais, parents, well wishers, teachers and my dear students..       

Greetings and a warm welcome to everyone present on the prestigious occasion of the 31st  Annual Day Celebrations of St. Mary’s  Central School, Poojappura, Trivandrum. 

Every academic year has been a significant mile stone for our school, towards providing quality education since its inception in 1987. 

The Annual Day is an occasion to celebrate, a time to look back with pride and look ahead with vision.  I am happy to present the activities and accomplishments of this academic year.

Before commencing the presentation of the Annual Report I humbly bow my head in memory of our Founder Dr. P.T.Abraham and Co-founder Mrs. Mary Abraham whose visionary instincts have inspired us to strive for excellence.  May their souls rest in peace.

“Well begun is half done”.

Blessing ceremony, performed in both the blocks by Rev. Cor Episcopa Fr. Thomas.T.Varghese, Vicar of St. George Orthodox Cathedral on 27th May 2017, marked the beginning of this academic year.

Classes for the new academic year 2017-18 commenced on June 1st .

Academic Excellence:

“Excellence is the result of sincere effort, intelligent direction, skilful execution and the vision to see obstacles as opportunities.”

 Our students of  Std X and XII achieved 100% results in the CBSE board examination.  36 students from std X scored A1 grade in all subjects.  The toppers of std XII are as follows:

 Amulya B Nair           –  96.4%     Biology - Maths

Minupama.G.S            –  96.2%     Math  - Computer

Midhusha Mohan        –  90 %       Biology – Computer

 I  am happy to announce that  as in previous years, this year too in the  survey conducted by Digital Learning Magazine  our school secured a glorious position.   We have attained second position in city ranking, first position in online presence and 7th in social footprints in Trivandrum District.

 New Ventures :

New surveillance cameras were installed in the campus for effective monitoring and co-ordination of the activities of the school.

Two new buses were added to our fleet this year .

Introduced online fee payment facility to cater to the convenience of parents.

Installed new SMS service to  facilitate instant and effective communication with parents.

Bibox –  an innovative teaching methodology based on practical exposure and challenge based learning was introduced.

New system of Assessment and Scheme of Examination:

CBSE has introduced a uniform system of assessment and examination in which the academic year comprises of two terms and in each term assessment will be done on the basis of scholastic & co-scholastic activities.

Investiture Ceremony:

The new school council was formally inducted on 28th June 2017.  Bharat Madhav.S and Shruti Lekshmi.S of Std XII were selected as Head boy and Head girl respectively.  Gokul.C.M and Nanditha Nair.K.S of Std XI were sworn in as Asst. Head boy and Asst. Head girl.

Staff Enrichment Programme:

“Staying updated is the key to success in any field, especially in the field of education.  Our teachers constantly strive to stay updated by attending various training programmes as listed below

A motivational workshop by Mrs.Kala Mohan, Renowned Educationist and trainer of CBSE empanelled agency was conducted on 16th Sept 2017 on Strategic classroom Management.

Teachers of our school participated in capacity building programmes conducted by CBSE on the following dates:

14th  & 15th July                     - Social Science workshop

21st October                            - Remodelled Assessment Structure

8th & 9th December                - Science workshop

5th & 6th January                    - Maths workshop

23rd Oct – Physical Education training programme

6th & 7th Oct – All Kerala Principals’ Conference

4th Nov & 12th December – Orientation programme for KG teachers

With the purpose of starting Scouts and Guides in our school two of our teachers  attended  training programme organised by Kerala State Bharat Scouts & Guides.  Mr.Satheesh Thampy and Mrs.Devika underwent training as Scout Master and Guide Captain respectively  from 2nd January to 8th January 2018.

Student Awareness Programmes:

Orientation class was conducted on 28th July by Mr.Venkatesh Kellah on examination tips, time management & stress management

An awareness program on entrance coaching by Bansal classes was held on 28th June for Std XI & XII.

An awareness programme was held on July 24, 25, 26 for  parents of students of  Std X regarding the re-modelled exam structure.

House System:

This year  Kent house has secured the cultural championship.  

Sports championship for the year goes to Somerset house.

They distributed onakodi to the inmates of the old age home under Sathyanuveshna Charitable Society.

Books and stationary items were provided to Mahila Mandiram and Divine Children’s home on 16th Dec 2017.

ILM Spoken English Class & Interactive  Classrooms.

ILM Spoken English classes are conducted to improve the English speaking skills of students.  Smart boards have been installed in both the blocks to facilitate e-learning.

Guidance & Counselling:

To assist students in matters concerning personal  and psychological issues, we have a guidance and counselling cell.  To inculcate moral values and holistic wellbeing in students, Life Skill and Value Education classes are included in their curriculum. 

Outreach programmes of the school

Several Outreach programmes were initiated by the school management to offer succour to the needy & under privileged.  Contributions were made to help RCC patients and inmates of poor homes.  Medical assistance and educational aid were  provided to help the  financially backward.  This has amounted to around 1,25,000/-.

Cultural programmes were organised by our students at  “Rotary Institute for Children in Need of Special Care” in connection with onam celebrations on September 2017.

A splendid Spree for the Marians with LIVE JAM:

Live Jam was held on 7th July to inculcate positivity and better moral standards amongst students.

Dynamic Pursuits :

Several co-curricular activities were conducted in the school to facilitate holistic development of the child’s personality. 

Environment day - 5th June 2017

2nd International Day of yoga - 21st June 2017

Marian Mist - 15th July 2017

Independence day - 15th August 2017

Onam - 30th August

Teachers’ day and children’s day - 5th September and 14th November

Kids Day - 23rd Sept 2017

Vigilance Awareness Week - from 31st Oct to 4th Nov 2017

Annual Sports Meet - 18th  November

Christmas - 20th  and 21st  December

Accolades in Youth Festival:

Venad Sahodaya Youth Festival – Venadutsav 2017 was held at TKM School, Kollam from 25th to 28th Oct 2017.

Our students brought laurels by winning 9 first prizes, 8 second & 8 third prizes.   Out of 33 schools that participated our school secured the 6th  position with 501 points.

Following are the prizes secured in group events:

Events

Position

Category

One Act Play

II

Common

Western Music Concert

II

Common

Mime

III

Common

Patriotic Song

III

Common

Duffmutt Boys

II

III

Aswin.A.Nath of Std VIII     - Folk Dance & Kuchipudi – I position

Aswin secured Kalaprathibha title in Category – III in Venadutsav 2017.

In Category I Angelin Wilfred Std IV scored highest points

Following are the prize winners in the State Kalotsav 2017 held at IES Public School, Chittilapilly, Thrissur from 23rd to 25th Nov.

Name

Event

Position

Aswin A Nath

(Std VIII)-Cat-3

Folk Dance

III place with A grade

Bharathanatyam

A grade