Our school celebrated Onam on September 9, 2016. The guests of honour for the day were Ms. Sonia Shaji and Councillor Ms. Reshmi Babu. Onapudava and Onam kits collected by the students from each class were gifted to the Ammummas Read more
As part of Amritam project, we conducted bhajans at Peruvaram Sree Mahadeva temple. The temple authorities distributed prasadam to all the children.
Children take turns joyfully to feed birds in a spot that is cared for daily, learning to perform Bhootayanja, one of the Pancha Mahayajnas through this action. They take turns to clean the area, and give water and food to their Read more
Amrita Vidyalayam, Kodungallur won the Overall Championship at the Thrissur district CBSE Interschool Karate Championship Meet organised by J & J Senior Secondary School on December 7, 2016.
The VIAS institute aims to sharpen young minds aspiring to become civil servants, integrating value based education that promotes responsible citizenship to work towards societal upliftment. To acquire the full benefit of the coaching provided by VIAS, and to encourage Read more
The school was a virtual Vrindavan on August 23rd, as little Krishnas and gopikas from classes KG to III filled the air with melody. Krishna bhajans played over the speakers added to the festive atmosphere. Uriyadi competition was also held Read more
As part of this Amritam Club activity, we celebrated the birthdays of our teachers Ms. Rajasree, Ms. Shima and Ms. Maya. Our Principal smeared chandan and kumkum on their foreheads and gave them the prasad from the pushpanjalis performed in Read more
”A Teacher is one who creates a fine human society inside the four walls of the classroom”. On September 5th 2016, we celebrated Teachers’ Day at our school. Our Senior Teachers, Ms. Ramani and Ms. Jayalakshmi were honoured with Ponnadas.
A career guidance session was conducted at our school by Sri. Amal M.S., Company Secretary and Thrissur ICSI Counsellor for the Commerce students of classes XI and XII.
On all Thursdays, all our students bring handfuls of rice or pulses to school. This is collected by the students and distributed to the Ammummas adopted by them.