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Navrathri and Ayudha Pooja

Navrathri and Ayudha Pooja

‘Bommai Golu’ time for the tiny tots of the junior campus

Vijayadashami marks the end of Durga Puja, remembering goddess Durga’s victory over the buffalo demon Mahishasura to restore and protect dharma. It is considered an auspicious day to start new ventures. This year, to celebrate Vijayadashami, the teachers and the Student Council members attended a pooja in school.

- Ruta Ranjan Khuntia, grade VIII

 

Daan Utsav

Daan Utsav

‘Daan Utsav’, India’s festival of giving, is celebrated across India from October 2-8. The students of grade X who are working on projects related to ‘Hunger and Poverty’, helped organize the arrangements for honouring and serving conservancy workers.

CHSV Assessments

Our Approach to Assessments

At Chettinad Hari Shree Vidyalayam, we recognize that teaching, learning and assessment of that learning are fundamentally interdependent. Learning outcomes include knowledge and understanding of a subject as well as development of skills. Assessments are both formative (that is “assessments for learning” – these are on-going assessments done during the entire term to assess and assist students’ progress in building understanding, skills and knowledge) and summative (that is ‘assessment of learning’- to assess students’ achievement of understanding, skills and knowledge).

Our assessment approach recognizes that learners

  • have different learning styles
  • have different cultural experiences, expectations and needs
  • perform differently according to the context of learning
  • need to know their progress, achievement and areas in need of improvement in the learning process.

Grading Scale for Grades II to V

Scale of 1 to 10
8-10  – A – Proficient
5-7 -    B  – Developing
2-4      C  – Emerging
0-1 :    D – Not evident

Grading Scale for Grades VI to VIII 

GRADING SCALE

95–
100
%
90-
94
%
85-
89
%
80-
84
%
75-
79
%
70-
74
%
65-
69
%
60-
64
%
55-
59
%
50-
54
%
45-
49
%
40-
44
%
< 40
A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3 C1 C2 C3 D1 D2 D3 Does not meet expectations

Grades IX to XII

We strictly adhere to ICSE Board stipulations.

To view your child’s Progress Card, click here.
If you have a problem in viewing, please contact school by calling 044-24615254,64 or writing to us on mailus@haishree.org 

Junior Campus

Junior Campus

Junior Campus After School Activities 

At the after school care children are engaged productively in activities that help develop life skills in a safe and caring environment. Children participate in experiments for developing pre-science skills, fireless cooking to encourage healthy eating, creative exploration through art & craft, painting, games, pretend play and free play in the multipurpose children’s indoor play area.

Coastal Clean Up

Coastal Clean Up

September 9, 2018  

All of us find it extremely disheartening to see the beach polluted with garbage. So, when we heard about the clean-up at Besant Nagar beach, the students of classes IX, XI and XII jumped at the chance. This event was organised by the Indian Maritime Foundation in collaboration with the American Consulate. Many students from various schools and colleges participated in this event. Everyone worked together to pick up as much garbage as possible to clean the beach to our maximum potential. We all are grateful for having been part of this event since it gave the opportunity to help create a change.

- C. Sowmya, grade XI

Celebrations and Festivities

Celebrations and Festivities

Onam and Krishna Jayanthi  

To celebrate Janmashtami and Onam, students put up cultural programs with dances and songs depicting the life of Lord Krishna, his antics and amazing feats. A traditional dance of Kerala and a song were performed for Onam. As an addition to the Janmashtami celebrations, there was an inter-house Matka Breaking event held, symbolising Lord Krishna and his friends stealing butter. The students formed human pyramids to break the pots. The event was extremely joyful and entertaining to watch and be a part of.

- G M Lavanya, grade XI

Students of the Primary celebrated Onam by decorating their class rooms with flower carpets.  The Pookalams outside every class was a sight to behold and the fragrance, welcoming. Discussions on the festival and its significance added to the celebration.

Ganesh Chathurthi

To celebrate the spirit of Ganesh Chathurthi, we the students of middle school, decorated our classes with flowers and kolams. A beautiful Ganesha idol was brought in and we performed pooja and offered delicacies that we had bought from home. Students learning sculpture made eco-friendly idols of Lord Ganesha during their classes.

- Meenakshi Jagan, grade VIII

Teachers’ Day Celebrations

Teachers’ Day Celebrations

September 5, 2018 

Dear Colleague,

Times have changed, so have generations

And you have taught them all

Gen X,Y & Z ;

But one thing remains true and undefeated

Your strife to change the pupil to a scholar.

Imparting is not a career, it is not a profession, not an occupation

For what would you call something you do with dedication?

It is a promise, a pledge you make to yourself,

To create a better tomorrow through your novice.

- Hemamalini Acharya

 

Tamizh Day

Tamizh Day

August 3, 2018

Tamizh Day was celebrated in honour of the birthday of our school’s founder Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar. The event started off on an auspicious note with the lighting of the kuthuvilakku and a speech by the chief guest Ms. Anita Kuppuswamy. This was followed by an array of mellifluous songs, inspiring speeches and graceful dances by the students. The highlight was the engaging debate between the senior students on the topic ‘Did the invasion of the British impact the Tamizh culture favourably or adversely?’ The adjudicator added to the celebrations by reciting an inspiring ‘Thirukkural’.

- Manasa Karthik, Grade X

Relief for our Neighbour

Relief for our Neighbour

The students of class 11 wished to provide humanitarian assistance to the victims of the Kerala Floods. Students from classes 6 to 12 were involved in this initiative to render the maximum help possible. Non-perishable materials and medicines were the need of the hour. Each grade level was requested to contribute one item. The 11th and 12th grade students collected, segregated and packed these items in boxes. These boxes have been sent to Kerala through NGOs. We sincerely hope that the efforts taken will make a difference.

- GM Lavanya, grade XI

Investiture Ceremony

Investiture Ceremony

August 20, 2018

Investiture was a solemn ceremony where the student council received not only their badges but also the responsibility to carry out our school’s vision. The special guest Mr Sridhar had some inspiring and encouraging words for the newly sworn-in council. We cannot wait to see the students transform into leaders of the future.

- Megha Sivakumar, grade 11