Leadership Team

Dr. Sarayu Ganesan
Vice – Principal 

The primary goal of the Department of English is the teaching of Literature and Language. The study of Language and Literature has three principal objectives depending on the aptitude and interest of the students.

The first and common goal is to ensure that every student is proficient in the language so that they can express their thoughts clearly in both verbal and written communication as well as understand other person’s thoughts, expressed verbally or in written word. Towards this objective the department works on improving the grammar, vocabulary and style of delivery of the English Language.

The second goal is to introduce the nuances of Literature Studies, which helps in understanding the progress of human thought as expressed in great Literary Works of the past. The emphasis here is to appreciate and analyse literature, honing the critical thinking abilities and understand how the written word reflects the life and culture of different geographies and different times in history.

The third goal is to engage the students with contemporary issues of social, cultural, ethical and humane concerns. The English Class is a place where the student is asked to express themselves on contemporary topics, based on the age group of the children. The class goes beyond the prescribed syllabi and encourages the students to participate in activities both within and outside the school, providing equal opportunities for each and every student to express themselves beyond academics.

The Department is staffed with ten teachers, and we work diligently with utmost commitment towards ensuring the fulfilment of the above goals.



Ms. Seethalakshmi Ramesh
Middle School Coordinator

Dear Students, Parents and fellow educators,

School years are a cherished and integral part of every individual’s life. It gives me immense pleasure to communicate with the Hari Shree community.

I would like to share the vision of two eminent Indian educationists of the 20th century – Rabindranath Tagore and Mahathma Gandhi. Though they hailed from different backgrounds, they were also great educationists. Educationists today would do well to remind themselves of the basic ideas of education from these two great stalwarts. Let me briefly recapitulate them for you.

  1. Education is a preparation of life and is a lifelong process.
  2. Educators are only facilitators; hence all education has to be student oriented.
  3. Education should be action oriented and promote liberation of the mind.
  4. Education should build abilities in a person to contribute fruitfully to society as the purpose of life is to serve society.
  5. Education must be tailored to suit the socioeconomic demands of the region and should promote moral values. With these thoughts in mind, let us usher in new beginnings and move ahead with a purpose.

I wish you success in all that you undertake, and look forward to your support and feedback.


Ms. Vaishnavi Gopalan
Primary Coordinator








Primary Years – Touching Minds and Shaping futures

Learning is the process of constantly updating in an ever changing world. The Primary years experience the most rapid changes of life and are critical in a child’s development. Children develop physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially. It is a well known fact that a strong foundation in the lower classes play a vital role in forging life-long learning competencies, which in turn, can be an indicator of their success in school and ultimately, in their lives.

It is an honour to be a part of the formative years with the Hari Shree family.

Wishing all of us loads of good luck and looking forward to a wonderful journey ahead.


Ms. A. Jasmine Nizar
ICSE & ISC Coordinator and HoD, Department of Computer Science

I am Jasmine, I have been facilitating the learning of Computer Science for more than a decade now.

It is said that “Success is the key for happiness”, I feel otherwise, “Happiness is the key for success”. Smiles and happiness can go viral and I always wish to see every child in the class happy and strive to make them feel wanted and important. A child who is not worried about the subject, who does not feel upset about being unable to answer questions but feels that, “I have no fear, when my teacher is with me” – this is the goal I pursue consciously.

“Habits are not taught, they are caught” and I know that we teachers have an immense responsibility because our students tend to emulate us unconsciously.


Ms. Alamu Kumaresan
HoD, Department of Art

Art pervades our lives and imparts meaning to all experiences. Our goal is to foster student learning and assist in improving/nurturing their creativity. We strive to create an enjoyable, positive environment for the child to grow in their understanding and appreciation of art. Our Art programs foster and celebrate the distinct and unique characteristic of each child. We nurture the growth of developing minds by providing opportunities to explore, invent, express, dream, reflect and communicate through art. Our department believes that each student is a unique individual whose ability, vision and talent are completely his/her own.

Through individual critique, hands on instruction, ample references and presentations, students have the opportunity to learn and improve upon their own ability. By training the eye, hand, and mind in traditional forms & new media, we train students in middle and higher secondary school to develop into autonomous artists. This is achieved by emphasising on different areas such as Perspective Drawing, Painting, Textiles, Pottery and Clay Modelling/Sculpture.

The Art department consists of three professional artists handling the primary, middle and higher secondary grades.



Janani Iyer
HOD, Social Studies Department & GC Coordinator

The department is primarily aimed at developing students’ interest in the subject, by exploring the historical past of India and the world. Our faculty consists of five teachers who are passionate about the subject; they facilitate History classes with effective teaching strategies to give students distinctive historical experiences. We believe that it is essential for the students to learn about the human communities in the past, acknowledge and appreciate their struggles and achievements, so that they can understand the changes that happened over time, gain a better understanding of the contemporary world and also connect to the future.

Civics classes help the students get a wider awareness about the political system, political processes and institutions, at the national and international level. Most of the Civic lessons are covered through debates, group discussions, seminars etc. using real case studies so that students stay updated on current affairs.

The learning of History and Civics is not restricted to the classroom alone. Students go beyond the classroom and gain real historical experiences through visits to historical places, guest lectures, and research work for their internals and projects. The students from high school are also exposed to the Model United Nations, which is a great platform for the students to hone their leadership skills, develop their intellect and voice their opinion on world matters.

We are dedicated and determined to make our students independent and lifelong learners of History.


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