S.S. Citizen School Thiruvallur Tamilnadu
(A Preparatory Academy for Public Services)
Creative Workshop For The Creators
ORGANISATION OF IN-SERVICE TRAINING FOR TEACHERS

We organized a workshop for the teachers regarding “GENERAL TEACHING” and it was headed by the Resource person Mrs.RADHIKA { vice principal} Indira college Thiruvalllur. On 18th July 2015

Need and Importance:

The destiny of a country is shaped in its classrooms. Teachers play a pivotal role in this activity. Therefore they must keep abreast the latest methods of curriculum transactions in class. Accordingly teachers training during service are required for the following reasons:

  • to attend school every day
  • To keep abreast with the latest happenings in recent past.
  • To remove any deficiencies in knowledge of subject content and also enrichment thereof.
  • To recognize and master the use of teaching aids like computers and internet including PowerPoint Presentations to make the teaching learning process more lively and useful.
  • To incorporate constructivist approach to teaching learning process as per concerns of National Curriculum Framework, 2005.
  • Using technology to enhance the learning process.
  • Our teachers also actively participated and enhanced their knowledge.and also they assured that they would use it in their teaching area.


    Teacher Orientation Programme


    Activity Based Learning


    Grandparent's Day


    “A child needs a grandparent, anybody’s grandparent, to grow a little more securely into an unfamiliar world. ~Charles and Ann Morse”

    The contributions that grandparents make to schools are immeasurable. As you know, many grandparents are highly involved in their grandkids’ schooling. An exciting way to make a difference and raise grandparent-consciousness in our community .

    A special day was offered In our school on 25th July 2015, we organised Grandparent’s day. a chance to strut their stuff, catch a glimpse of their grandchild’s

    daily life, meet his or her classmates and teachers, and for a grandchild to show off his grandparents to his peers and teachers.

    Guru Purnima


    Guru Purnima is an Indian and Nepalese festival dedicated to spiritual and academic teachers. This festival is traditionally celebrated by Hindus, Jains and Buddhists, to pay their respects to their teachers and express their gratitude.

    "Just as the moon shines by reflecting the light of the sun+, and glorifies it, all disciples can dazzle like the moon by gaining from their Gurus."

    Guru Purnima was celebrated on July 31, 2015 with great fervour. The celebrations began early in the morning itself. Teachers were greeted by students with 'Sreephal' and a red rose as tokens of their love and respect. It was followed by a variety of programmes in the school. It began with Guru Vandana.The event was by way of a tribute to teachers who are the greatest contributors in a person's life. May our Gurus continue to shine and be the guides and the torch bearers of society.

    Indepedenced Day


    The 69th Independence Day was celebrated on Friday, the 15th August, 2015 in the presence of Correspondent,, principal, all the Teachers and several parents.

    The Programme began at 9.00 AM with a prayer song. This was followed by Welcome address by a student., Correspondent, hoisted the National Flag. This was followed by singing of Flag song, pledge by students, March Past, reading of the report and Independence Day speech, both in Tamil and English, by students.

    The Students also performed various cultural Programmes such as Fancy Dress Competition, Group Dance and planted the saplingsThe function came to an end with a vote of thanks and the National Anthem.



    Sapling Project




    TO MAKE THE QUOTE TRUE OUR SCHOOL STUDENTS planted THE SAPLINGS, IN AND AROUND OUR SCHOOL CAMPUS TO MAKE OUR PEOPLE’S PRESIDENT DREAM 1 CRORE PLANTATION TRUE.

    Teachers' Day Celebratons


    “ A TEACHER’S PURPOSE IS NOT TO CREATE STUDENTS IN HIS OWN IMAGE, BUT TO DEVELOP STUDENTS WHO CAN CREATE THEIR OWN IMAGE”

    The Birthday of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, former President of India, is celebrated as Teachers’ Day every year. This year this function was held on 4th September 2015, since 5th September was a Govt. Holiday. Our honourable correspondent leaded the programme, Students conducted various games to refresh our teachers and made them to feel happy. Our principal guided the students and gave delightful

    Wishes and also encouraged our teachers to underway their duties in a service-oriented manner.



    Krishnajayanthi Celebrations


    On 5th sep 2015

    Sri Krishna Jayanthi was celebrated with pomp and splendor. The attractive attires of the students and the divinely decorated classes brought the school premises to a festive mood. Pooja was performed in all the classes. Fancy dress Competitions for kinder garten students brought out the students’ skill apart from academics. Students got versed into our culture and tradition through these celebrations.



    Our Devoted Student


    Postal Day


    Postal Day was organised in a grand manner .To create awareness among the students about the purpose and valid Service rendered by the postal department .our VI,VII&VIII STD students performed a skit narrating the duties of Postal workers from dawn to dusk .

    Model post office was setup by our management ,students were deployed as workers and they were assigned with responsibilities. students from I std to VIII were allowed to visit the post office and teachers taught them the duties of each section. Students of all classes learnt practically and nourished their knowledge.



    Green Day


    Our kindergarten students previewed the uses of green

    The Kindergarten students of our school celebrated Green Day. Their enthusiasm and discipline were clearly visible in their celebration. The classrooms looked green with the decorations and the children were dressed in green. A few students spoke about ‘Go Green’ and ‘Green Earth’ concepts.

    Little drops make a mighty ocean. Little kids also proved that their contributions also could make a big impact in protecting our mother earth. KG kids celebrated “ Go Green Day” in a grand way on Friday , 20th October 2015 to show their love and affection to their dear mother earth

    All the tiny tots were in green costumes on that day. One could see the reflection of green colour in every nook and corner of KG Department and feel as if they entered an enchanting world of young green plants with cheerful blossoms moving around. A special assembly was conducted in which these little kids cheered the mother earth by singing a melodious song, “With leaves so green” in chorus. All the kids joyfully did the “Hand Print Activity”.



    Harmless Diwali
    Five Principles of Nature conservation

    To be able to conserve our natural environment it is important to keep in the following principles -

  • Reduce : the amount of things we use
  • Reuse : the things we have in different forms until we have absolutely no use for them
  • Recycle : items that are no longer functional
  • Rethink : the choices we make when deciding to buy something and
  • Refuse : things that we do not need at all.
  • So this Diwali, before you buy something new apply the above five principles and only then pay at the counter!

    High Energy Consumption

    The festival of lights puts a considerably heavy load on electrical energy sources that are already overloaded. The use of electric lights to adorn homes, business establishments, monuments and roads requires a huge amount of electricity. The older tradition of burning oil lamps is a possible alternative to electric lights - even though it does use oil, the duration of the lamps is shorter.

    Eco sensitive Initiatives around Diwali

    With the growing recognition of the impacts of Diwali on the environment, several groups have started to reinterpret the rituals and traditions to become more sensitive to nature.

    Student Public Awareness - Rally


    The children of our school, celebrated a different Diwali by sharing awareness with the lesser privileged.OUR STUDENTS CONTRIBUTED through rally. In and around pattabiram. chief guests:-Mr.Nathan{secretary Tamilnadu public welfare Association} Mr.S.sundararajan{Trustee Anugraha Human Resources &social Development trust}

    Fire And Life Safety Training

    As a protective measure ,Our management organised a Disaster & Hazarodus Management training programme which consists of life safety &fire Rescue training to our Teachers and students and the parents too.

    Mr.parthasarathy gave a lively demo regarding fire rescue & life safety,Teachers, students and parents secured eye –delight visuals and experienced a lot.



    United National Day


    United Nations Day is devoted to making known to peoples of the world the aims and achievements of the United Nations Organization. United Nations Day is part of United Nations Week, which runs from 20 to 26 October.

    United Nations Day highlights, celebrates and reflects on the work of the United Nations (UN) and its family of specialized agencies.

    OUR VII&VIII STD STUDENTS ORGANISED A HOUSE- WISE ACTIVITIES AMONG THEMSELVES ON 24TH OCTOBER 2015.

    STUDENTS LEARNT THE DUTIESAND PART OF ROLL PLAYED BY THE UNO AND ITS SUBORDINATES TO ASSURE PEACE AMONG THECOUNTRIES IN THE WORLD.

    Children's Day Celebration
    Bal Divas

    Children’s day (also known as Bal Divas) in India is celebrated every year on 14th of November to increase the awareness of people towards the rights, care and education of children. Children are the key of success and development of the country as they would lead their country in different and new technological way. They are adorable and shine same like the precious pearls. Children are the God gifts to their parents by the almighty. They are innocent, admirable, pure and loved by everyone.

    Children’s Day celebration 2015

    Children’s Day was celebrated on 6th friday of November.

    Our kindergarten students disguised themselves in an attractive manner which gave eye-delight feast to all of us. Our principal was the chief judge for the fancy dress competition and we enjoyed , we thank parents and teachers for their dedicated Work.



    Bal Divas


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