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Investiture Ceremony

Investiture Ceremony

The Investiture Ceremony of the Student Council 2019-2020 was a solemn event where the Student Council not only received their badges but also took an oath to undertake the responsibility of fulfilling Hari Shree’s vision. The symbolic gesture of handing over the lamp by representatives of the previous year’s Council to the new leaders symbolized the transfer of office. The Council then affirmed their commitment to the school in an oath taking ceremony led by the Principal. Our Vice Principal, Dr. Sarayu Ganesan and teacher in charge for Student Council, Ms. Janani Iyer had some inspiring and encouraging words for the newly sworn-in members.

Junior Campus Events

Junior Campus Events

Ms. Sujatha Jaishanker interacted with parents about the world of stories, music and poetry

Interactive session for parents with Dr. M. Bhuvanesh on naturopathy

Ms. Keerthi Pai conducted an engaging session with the parents on time management

Ms. Uma Shankar, Director of the Centre for Montessori Training, Chennai shared valuable ideas on how to make a child independent.

Student Council Election

Student Council Election

Hari Shree relived the country’s election fever by conducting its own Student Council Elections, 2019, on 15th July 2019. Filing of nominations was followed by engaging campaigns. The school came alive with manifestos, speeches and posters in order to lure voters. Students from grades 6-12 were eligible to vote in this election. The objective of the Student Council is to nurture leadership skills through a democratic environment, by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. They will help share students’ ideas, interests and concerns with the leadership team. They will lead the students in alignment with the school’s vision of becoming compassionate responsible global citizens.

Albert Barrow – Creative Writing

Albert Barrow - Creative Writing

The Albert Barrow Memorial All India Inter School Creative Writing Competition was conducted by the Council on 12th July,2019. Our school hosted the competition in which 16 schools under Category 1 (Grade 11 & 12) participated. Ms. Jimli from Sishya School, Adyar was the guest of honour. Amrutha Nathan from grade 11 represented our school in Category 1 held at Pallikoodam school at Kottyam, Kerala and Tejas Nageshwaran from grade 10 represented the Category 2 held at Vaels International School, Chennai.

Annual Day – Grade VIII

Annual Day - Grade VIII

The Price of Power was the theme for this year’s drama, based on the story of Sundarakandam from Ramayana. The story revolved around two powerful characters, Hanuman and Ravana, who used their powers in different ways. It was a power-packed performance with music and dance integrated with the drama. Apart from this there was a street play based on Chennai’s water problem, elections, deforestation. On the whole it was an exhilarating journey which left the audience enthralled.

- Kayal Kamal Nathan, grade VIII

 

 

 

Annual Day – Grade VII

Annual Day - Grade VII

This year, our theme was Svikara or acceptance. As per tradition, the Annual Day started with a prayer and a classical dance, followed by a laugh-out-loud street play that also conveyed the importance of education. Our main event was a mix of dance, drama and music with a historical theme, showcasing three stories from the Mahabharata that depicted Svikara. It was truly an event well done!

Annual Day – Grade VI

Annual Day - Grade VI

Our main event was centred around Chanakya, a great philosopher of his times. Our student comperes threaded together the play, folk dance, classical dance and harmonious music. After weeks of practice, it was really nice to see it happening on stage.

 

Annual Day – Grade V

Annual Day - Grade V

‘Right things happen at the right time for the right reason’, the theme for the fifth grade was depicted through the enchanting play of ‘Dasaavatharam’. The show also encompassed Natyanjali, ten folk dances of South India and a Choir Band with musical numbers which added a feather to the cap of our talented performers.

Annual Day – Grade IV

Annual Day - Grade IV

‘Embrace the uniqueness in all’, the theme of grade IV Annual Day, was woven through the Jugal bandhi of classical dances and folk dance from the land of Andhra.

Musical choir set tune to the theme by taking the audience around the small world of favourite things. Young theatre artists performed the drama about the wit of Tenali Raman.

Annual Day – Grade III

Annual Day - Grade III

“Accept others, appreciate talents and avoid jealousy” was the theme of grade III Annual Day.

The theme was well connected by the enthralling young performers through classical dance, Sufi band, songs and theatre presentation of “Akbar and Birbal”.