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Harmony of Sounds – World Music Day

Harmony of Sounds – World Music Day

June 22, 2017

World Music Day was celebrated in school with various programmes across grade levels. Students of Primary and Middle school were enthralled by noted musicians while the high school students put their talent on display by participating in an Inter House Music Event.

Noted playback singer, musician, performer and composer Mr. Karthik, a Hari Shree parent, enthralled the students of the Primary by engaging them in a sing along.

A music demonstration of ragas in different genres was performed for the students of grades VI to VIII by noted playback singer Ms.Sukrithi and Mr. Rajashekar, our music teacher

Talent, creativity and enthusiasm were on display during the Inter House music event for students of grades IX to XII. Bands from Agni, Prithvi, Vayu and Akash showcased their talent in different genres of music. CH Eshwar Rao, Sitar maestro, music composer and director, gave his inputs to the students besides travelling with them into his world of Sitar

 

International Yoga Day

International Yoga Day

June 21, 2017 

Students from grades II to XII celebrated International Yoga day with special assemblies in which they participated in yoga sessions. Under the guidance of Yoga Acharya, Ms. Geetha, the students of middle school conducted sessions for the Primary while Grade XII conducted the same for the Middle school students. Facilitators from Krishnamachari Yoga Mandiram, in association with the Rotary Club and Art of Living, demonstrated yoga postures for the high school students to perform.

Global Citizenship Programme

Global Citizenship Programme

June 16, 2017

The Chettinad Hari Shree Vidyalayam Global Citizenship programme aims to encourage our children to take active part in protecting their environment, have a positive relationship with their immediate community and the larger society by creating unique opportunities throughout the school year. The Global Citizenship programme, the brainchild of our Director Smt. Geetha Muthaiah, received an auspicious start. The Director addressed the students from grades VI to XII on taking forward her vision of educating individuals to become compassionate global citizens.

Ms. Radha Varadarajan, our global citizenship consultant, spoke to the teachers on the framework of this program and implementation strategies. This programme will be implemented during the SUPW period.

Parent Programme at the Junior Campus

Parent Programme at the Junior Campus

June 14 -16, 2017

The Parent Programme was inaugurated in the Junior Campus and various sessions were conducted for the parents. The topics ranged from yoga and health to nutrition and craft.

Inauguration by Ms. Shantakumari

Mrs. Rajani Dilipkumar, nutritionist, on the importance of nutrition and dietetics

Lasya Eshan demonstrated holistic yoga, a lifestyle approach.

Dr. Humayun, paediatrician, shared the need for paediatric health

Craft specialist, Ms. Neeta demonstrated quilling wonders

Grade wise Orientations

Grade wise Orientations

June 2-7, 2017 

Grade wise orientations were held to familiarise the parents and students about the curricular and co-curricular pattern in school. During the session, they were introduced to the class and subject teachers.

An Auspicious Beginning

An Auspicious Beginning

June 2017

The staff and students of Hari Shree Vidyalayam started the new academic year on an auspicious note, by invoking divine blessings.

The academic year 2017-18 flagged off with a special pooja attended by our Director, Smt. Geetha Muthiah and the staff of the school

Little buds from the Junior Campus, accompanied by their parents, offered flowers at the special pooja conducted for them.

Seeking divine blessings for an enriching academic year

Varnajala – Art Exhibition

Varnajala – Art Exhibition

April 5-8, 2017

The 4th edition of Varnajala, our Annual Art exhibition, showcasing the creativity of the staff and students of the school, was held in the senior campus. The exhibition halls and corridors came alive with a riot of colour and imagination in the form of canvases, installations, hand woven mats and works in clay. In addition to the staff and students of the school, students from our group school, Sri Hari Vikasam and the parent community also visited the exhibition and admired the creativity on display.

This year, the school has installed a kiln and pottery wheel in the campus; this was effectively utilized in making pottery work, murals and mini sculptures. The fired/baked works of art was on display during Varnajala. Students from Sri Hari Vikasam also came forward to exhibit their work during the Art Exhibition.

 

Annual Day Celebrations

Annual Day Celebrations

April 6, 7 and 8, 2017

Chettinad Hari Shree Vidyalayam celebrated its 13th Annual Day Celebrations across different grade levels. The theme of the programmes this year can be summarized as follows:

Hari Shree believes that the world is one big family (Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam). We pledge that we will preserve our heritage, nature (Prakruti), forests (Aaranyakam) and the bio-diversity of living organisms which have remained since the evolution (Vaikruti) of the earth. This is for the healthy living (Swaasthya) and well being (Sukruti) of the future generations. We will work together as a team (Sahitam) to encourage indigenous forms of occupation (Desheeyam) to uphold our cultural values (Samskruti).

Grade II – Aaranyakam

Grade III – Swaasthya

Grade IV – Prakruti

Grade V – Samskruti

Grade VI – Vaikruti

Grade VII – Sukruti

Grade VIII – Desheeyam

Grade IX and XI – Sahitam

Pragati 2017

Pragati 2017

April 3 and 4, 2017 

Pragati, an initiative to appreciate the unique talent of every child and to motivate them to give their best, was held in the school campus on the 3rd and 4th of April. In addition to recognizing their achievements in the various inter house activities held throughout the year, the students were also appreciated for their presentation skills, leadership skills, dance, creative skills etc.

Guest Lectures in March

Guest Lectures in March

Mr. Ram Prasadh, an engineer and an agriculturist, had an interactive session with the students of grade IV on the basics of agriculture, the hardships faced by the farming community and the social responsibility of preserving soil and water.

Ms. Gayatri Gargeya spoke to the middle school students on Vedic Mathematics and the advantages of using these techniques in our calculations.

Ms. Chitra Mohan Kumar gave the students of grade x an insight into the concepts of VAT, Banking, Shares and Dividends (Commercial Mathematics).

Mr. Ayyapan spoke to students of grade VI about ‘Useful Plants’