Our school guided by our Chairman has donated ₹50,000 to Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund towards COVID19 relief.
Janani K of class IX has written a book, titled 'The New Beginning' brisking the climatic change and the need for change through a story. 'I was deeply inspired to write a book whenever my father took me to The Chennai Book Fair. I have utilized the lockdown period to take the chance of writing a book' stated the student. 'We encourage such young talents, initiatives and motivate the children to read newspapers and books. The book is interesting to read and has intrinsic details of climatic condition and the measures to prevent natural calamities in advance' quoted Dr N Vijayan, Senior Principal, Chairman of Zion and Alwin Group of Schools.
The Investiture ceremony signifies the reliance and confidence that the school consigns in the newly invested office bearers - The School Pupil Leaders, Sports Secretaries, House leaders, Uniform Service leaders and Club leaders. Donning the mantle of accountability, they also pledge to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities. We believe that the child centric approach will frame a responsible citizen. Our Director, Ms. Rachal Georgiana presided over the ceremony. Our Dean Mrs. Jayanthi Sivakumar and Captain N S S Moorthy, member of our school honoured our leaders of 2019-2020.
The scientific temperament and the interest of the students in research-oriented projects are show-cased during the science exhibition. The exhibition was organized for the kids giving ample opportunity for the students to show-case their scientific skills and artistic talents. The exhibition laid the platform for the students to participare in various Science exhibitions at the state and National level.
Colours week is celebrated every year to make the kids aware of the colours and its significance. Various activities are conducted to develop the fine motor skills in the students. Early identification of colours helps to create the cognitive link between visual clues and words which is an important part of a child’s holistic development.
The former Chief Minister Late Thiru. Kamarajar is remembered every year on his birthday on 15th July, by celebrating ‘Education Development Day’. Our students paid tribute to this great personality, presenting his life in the form of speeches, dance and skit. Chief Guest Dr. M. Thiagaraj Ph.D., Prof. in Tamil, Gurunanak College enhanced our children’s quality of thoughts with his stimulating words.
“The most important thing in sports is not winning but taking part”. The students of Alwin prove this quote of Pierre de Coubertin right. The students participate in various levels of competitions in track and field and other events and matches house-wise. Needless to say about the spirit of sportsmanship exhibited by them when team games are conducted. The students exhibited their talents through various displays including aerobics, yoga, pyramids etc.The much awaited 10 th Annual sports day was celebrated on 25th January, 2020 with great zeal and frolicsome atmosphere. Eminent Chief Guest, Dr. Praveen, Sr. Lecturer, Pondicherry Sports University, declared open the sports meet, encouraged the students with his motivating speech and gave away the prizes.
24th October is being observed as the UN Day every year during the morning assembly in which the students perform different programmes which carry a lot of information regarding the United Nations Organization and its functions. Later in the day, a quiz competition was conducted on the United Nations Organisation.
We celebrated “Grandparents Day” on 22 nd February, 2020 with much eclat. The Chief Guest Mrs. Rama Anantha Krishnan Baalyaa, Founder of Baalyaa Sr. Sec. School, Kilkattalai graced the celebration. Insisting the concern for environment, saplings were gifted to the spectators.
Alwin campus was filled with fun and frolic. Children greeted each other. Campus was decorated with stars, blossoms and balloons. Celebration started with carols added with Jesus Christ’s Nativity tableau, skit and dance. The arrival of Santa Claus created a zestful feel in the campus.
A day to celebrate and remember the past achievements and look forward to the journey ahead. The grand 10thAnnual day, “Fantasy...the Reality” was celebrated with great pomp and show on February 8th, 2020. Our honourable and distinguished Chief Guest Dr. Fathima Vasanth, Academic Director, Patrician College presided over the function and witnessed the exuberant and scintillating performances of our students. A thought-provoking speech was rendered by the Chief Guest which highly captivated the students and the parents. Winners in Academics and Sports were honoured by the Chief Guest. Our Chairman Dr. N. Vijayan honoured the Chief Guest with memento.
Our school celebrates Independence Day every year in a grand manner at beautifully decorated campus with flag coloured ribbons and balloons. Students take part in all the activities- pinning flags to uniforms, watching the flag hoisting, singing the national anthem, delivering speech and enacting skits. The Chief Guest, Major Natarajan’s stunningspeech nurtured the young minds which added special colour to the celebration. Our Dean Ms.Jayanthy Sivakumar and Principal Ms.Nazareena honoured the chief guest with a memento. Children depicted the freedom struggle movements which spread a patriotic fervour in the air.
Deserving teachers from all our schools are honoured by our Chairman Dr.N.Vijayan every year in recognition of their dedicated service . Our children present a special programmes to honour their teachers in the assembly.
Yoga has become a way of life for many people in the world today. In order to create awareness among the students in attaining physical and mental wellbeing through Yoga, International Yoga Day is celebrated on 21st June every year. Students perform various asanas in a spectacular manner.
Field trip is arranged to introduce the concepts, experiences, and ideas that cannot be given in a classroom environment which provides students the opportunity to observe their subject outside of a classroom setting. It ignites students’ imagination, give them valuable experiences and refresh their minds
Needless to say ,Farmers are the lifeline of humanity. In order to remember them and uphold the tradition of the land Pongal was celebrated with festivity and grandeur. Students performed various folk dances of Tamil Nadu in the back drop of the natural settings of a village.
Scholar Badge Ceremony is a moment to rejoice for the meritorious students who had worked diligently to achieve their goals. Students from classes I to IX are awarded scholar and topper Badges, Silver and Gold Stars are awarded for KG students as recognition for their outstanding academic merit and excellence.