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Archives – Parent Programme at the Junior Campus

Archives - 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

Archives – Grade wise Orientations

Archives - 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.

Archives – An Auspicious Beginning

Archives - 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

Archives – Class VIII (2017-18)

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Semester – 2 Examination (2017-18)

Continuous Assessment – 4 (2017-18)

Continuous Assessment – 3 (2017-18)

Semester – 1 Examination (2017-18)

Continuous Assessment – 2 (2017-18)

Continuous Assessment – 1 (2017-18)

Archives – Class VII (2017-18)

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Semester – 2 Examination (2017-18)

Continuous Assessment – 4 (2017-18)

Continuous Assessment – 3 (2017-18)

Semester – 1 Examination (2017-18)

Continuous Assessment – 2 (2017-18)

Continuous Assessment – 1 (2017-18)

Archives – Class VI (2017-18)

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Semester – 2 Examination (2017-18)

Continuous Assessment – 4 (2017-18)

Continuous Assessment – 3 (2017-18)

Semester – 1 Examination (2017-18)

Continuous Assessment – 2 (2017-18)

Continuous Assessment – 1 (2017-18)

Archives – Reciprocal Visit 2010-11

 

Archives – Reciprocal Visit 2012-13

Reciprocal Visit 2012-13

It was yet another success story to be retold in the annals of the Global Exchanges that Harishree has been pursuing. This time it was the visit to Blackfen School for Girls, Sidcup, London, by Hemamalini and Sivakamasundari acharyas.

This visit entailed learning in many forms, both for the guests and the host. Sharing happened in various aspects such as curriculum, teaching methodologies, discipline strategies, culture & tradition and much more.

The students, teaching faculty and the administration showed equal enthusiasm in participating in the exchange. The whole week was dedicated as the International Week which culminated in the International Evening. Many activities were organized for the International Evening. This included a traditional dance by the visiting teachers, fashion show in international costumes by teachers and students, international cuisine, mehendi corner and much more. The goal of this event was to raise funds for a street school in Kalpakkam, near Chennai, which Blackfen has been visiting as a part of this exchange. This event was graced by the Mayor of Bexley, the Head Teacher of Blackfen, teachers, students and parents.

The Hari Shree teachers were given a heartfelt goodbye by all at Blackfen.

Follow the link below to more about the visit and the International Evenin:

http://www.newsshopper.co.uk/news/bexley/10418579.Blackfen_School_for_Girls_raises___600_for_south_India_school_with_fashion_show/

The Head Teacher, Mr. Brown expresses his views about the exchange and the visit in his blog:

Mr Brown’s thoughts for the day

Tuesday 7 May 2013

This week we are honoured to welcome two colleagues from our partner school in Chennai, India. Two teachers from Chettinad Hari Shree Vidyalayam arrived yesterday to join us for a week of sharing learning and teaching practice. Hema and Sundari have already been involved in lessons, on human rights and will be helping to teach a dance and mathematics class later this week.

Students have been asking our visitors about how they live, if they have bathrooms, wi-fi and clean water to drink, which they of course do. Partnerships like this can help to combat the lack of knowledge and prejudice many of us have about other countries, cultures and ethnicity, much of which is fuelled by the media.  This will ultimately combat stereotypes and hopefully racism.

The visit from our partner school also marks the start of International Week here at Blackfen, where we explore different ways of living, eating, playing and working across the curriculum. On Friday, we end our week with a whole evening celebration, with a fashion show, international food, music and stalls. Click here for more information. Why not join us for a friendly and lively end to the week.

Archives – Lola Blatch’s one month visit 2013-14

August 2013

True to the word partnership, Blackfen and Hari Shree took their joint venture to the next step. Hari Shree extended an invitation to Ms. Lola Blatch of Blackfen School for Girls, London, to spend time at our school, teaching, learning and exchanging best teaching practices. With a go-ahead from both ends, this visit happened in August, 2013, for three weeks.

The entire teaching fraternity benefitted by this visit. Teachers from both the primary and secondary school invited her to their classes for observations. Feedback for all these observations was given on formal forms. Ms. Lola taught scheduled GSP (Global School Partnership) and Citizenship classes at various grade levels. Ms. Lola also conducted training sessions after school for the teachers about best teaching practices.

The expanse of the visit also had an impact on the extended community. She visited our sister school in Karur and conducted interactive sessions for both teachers and students. Another place she visited was the Eureka Street School, Kalpakkam, who are one of the beneficiaries of the International Citizenship Fair both held both in London and at Hari Shree.

Ms. Lola was impressed with the ethos, culture and tradition of Hari Shree. She was overwhelmed by the support provided by the parent community too. Her visit culminated in the International Citizenship Fair. On the whole, this visit cemented strong friendship between the two schools.

Archives – Reciprocal Visit 2013-14

May 2014 

Ms. Jasmine and Mr. Rajagopal of Hari Shree visited Blackfen during the summer of May 2014. They were received warmly by their hosts in the UK; following their return, they shared their learning experiences with their colleagues at Hari Shree.