The school has four houses: Mermaid (Blue), Centaur (Green), Phoenix (Red) and Unicorn (Yellow). Each house has one house captain, one vice house captain, one sports captain.
The council Core positions are School Chieftain, School Vice-Chieftain and Sports Commander. The council is non-democratic (members are selected by the teachers). The Council is usually changed in June each year.
Students work with ‘The Interactive Rotary Tirupur Prime’, an initiative by the Rotary Club, Tirupur. Students voluntarily help in collecting funds, materials for victims affected by flood or any other natural disaster in any part of the country.
Schools have a responsibility towards our future leaders. This involves not only teaching them how to count, spell, read and write, but enshrining environmental awareness in them from an early age. We have gathered a few ideas on how to cultivate environmental awareness in schools.
Our students are aware of environmental issues and problems and the level of their active participation in environmental activities is commendable.
- Teach children about the three R’s: reduce waste, reuse resources, and recycle materials.
- Organise tree planting days at school and tell children why trees are important to the environment.
- Encourage children to switch off all appliances and lights when not in use.
- Ensure taps are closed properly after you have used them and use water sparingly.
- Encourage them to go green and use environment friendly materials only.