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This is my stage programme for STD: VIII A1 to VIII A4 was held on 10.06.2016 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m at Terrace I. On stage programme such as Solo Thematic Dance with 6 No. of participants and Group singing on Nature with 16 No. of participants in 4 groups along with off stage programme as Creative Drawing based on nature with 20 No. of participants were conducted. Students and parents of the participants were happy to have a platform for the students to explore their hidden talents which helps to kindle their creativity and originality.With the guidance of coordinators Mrs. K. C. SUNITHA, Mrs. B. PRIYA programme came out to be success.

This is my stage programme 'TIMS' for STD: VII A1 to VII A4 was conducted on 17.06.2016 between 2:30 and 3:30 p.m. at Terrace-I . ON STAGE PROGRAMME such as Solo dance: Free style with 10 No. of participants, Group singing on selected Themes with 29 No. of participants in 5 groups, OFF STAGE PROGRAMME on Creative Drawing on Deforestation, Save Nature with 10 No. of participants were conducted. * Students and the parents of the participants felt it is a good exposure for the students to explore their hidden talents and helps to kindle their creativity. * With the guidance of Co- ordinators, Mrs. R. NITHIYA SARASWATHI, Mrs. PAKIA LAKSHMI the programme came out to be success. *Mr. JAYAKUMAR took an initiative and brought charm to the background of the stage by designing a banner for this programme.


Date: 06.06.2016
The program aimed at providing/bringing modern experience based teaching to the classroom in a practical and organized way. It was conducted for teachers of all grades (Primary) to create and deliver a "Thinking Classroom" with practical, experiential lesson plans. This would help "Differentiated learning" and encourage learners to think critically and creatively.


RESOURCE PERSONS: Mr Mohanakrishnan & Ms. Vidya
Date: 26.04.2016
The course enhanced and reminded the teachers to use various techniques while teaching handwriting. Demo classess were conducted by many teachers and hands on training were given before the teachers train their students.


As per the instructions given by Directorate CBSE, our school conducted various activities to celebrate GANIT week from 16.12 2015 to22.12. 2015.

Following are the details of the activities conducted on different days.

On 16.12.2015 : Sri G Hari Babu ,HOD, Mathematics department and Vice Principal M.V.M , Chetpet , Chennai 31. addressed the students of classes IX and X. He spoke about the importance of Mathematics in our daily life. He also narrated few anecdotes from the lives of few great mathematicians.

17.12.2015: A quiz competition was conducted for the students of classes IX and X .

18.12.2015: Sudoku competition was held for the students of class VIII. More than 30 students took part in the competition.

19.12.2015: Magic square competition was held for students of class VII. Nearly 40 students took part in this.

21.12.2015: Cross word puzzle solving competition was held for the students of class IX. Two students were selected from each section. Total number of students who took part in this was 16.

22.12.2015: For the students of class VI Rubic Cube competition was held. 28 students took part in this competition. The student who came first did solve the puzzle with in 22 seconds.

At the end of the session, Mrs. Janki the senior teacher addressed the students. She appreciated the efforts put up by the students and the teachers to make the Ganit Week a grand success. The session ended with the singing of national anthem.

Winning is an Event; Being a winner is a Spirit

The KG Hip-Hop Day was held on Saturday, 17th October 2015 in our school premises. Mrs. Velankanni, 107 Ward Member – Corporation of Chennai was the Chief Guest who took the salute and declared open the events of the day.
All the KG Children took part in various sports events. The LKG children received medals and the winners had received cups and the certificates.
The Pyramid Formation and Yogic exercise carried out by the UKG kids was the highlight of the day. This was appreciated by one and all.

Trip to Nasa

Students of MVM Chennai on their Visit to NASA USA.

Krishna Jayanthi

On 4th September the Balabhavan celebrated Krishna Jayanthi. The little ones of LKG were dressed up as Radha & Krishna and enthralled the audience. The UKG Children entertained by singing Bhajans and dancing to the tunes.

Sishu Utsav Competition

22 KG children took part in Sishu Utsav competition conducted by Chettinad Vidyashram on 29th August. Out of 40 schools our school UKG children won the First Prize and the LKG won the Second prize in Group Dance and bagged the Runner up Cup.

The Hon’ble Prime Minister interacting with school children for Teacher’s Day

The Hon’ble Prime Minister of India interacting with school children on the eve of Teacher’s Day on the 4th of September, 2015 from 10.00 am to 11.30 am in Manekshaw Centre, New Delhi. Our school children got an opportunity to learn from the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s interaction.


‘Kalavarshini’ is an Annual Cultural Fiesta of our Institution to bring out the talents of our students to the fore stint to perform on the stage forms the topmost priority amongst Tiny tots. It was held in a grand manner on 13th & 14th August for LKG & UKG in our school premises. The competition for the programme were,

LKG: Fancy Dress - Rhymes Character
Chief Guest: Ms. Krithika - Artist
UKG: Solo Dance – Topic: International Dance
Chief Guests: Mr. Ajay – Artist &
Ms. Manisha Nimani – Principal, Kids Kingdom

475 children from both the KG classes enthusiastically took part in the Competitions. Apart from I, II, III & 2 Consolation prizes, all the participants received the participation certificate.

Teachers Awareness Programme

On 8th July 2015, Dr. Virudhagirinathan, a special educator briefed the teachers on certain prominent psychological disabilities in children like dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, ADHD and Autism. The doctor educated the teachers that these disabilities occur in a variety of forms and symptoms. However we can identify the problem with the child’s personality, through processes or social interactions. The teachers were trained to identify such symptoms in children.

World day against Child labour Programme

In the project on 'World day against Child labour' initiated by CBSE, 19 students of Middle school under the able guidance of Head Master and teachers Mr. Jayakumar and Mrs. Rajani gathered facts conducted competitions spread awareness through the posters and as a conclusion to the project an on stage programme was conducted on 3rd July.T he concluding programme on Child labour was witnessed by our Senior Principal and Head Master. The Chief Guest was Advocate Srinivasa Murthy. Of this Master Kirthik Soni of VIII A2 has published the works of the group into website created by him. .

World Environment Day

World Environment Day was celebrated on 25th of June’15 in our school in a grand manner and various programmes were conducted to bring the awareness among the student community about the importance of clean and safe environment for the sustainable development of mankind and to ensure better living condition for the future generation. Children actively participated in various programmes like speech, skit, and singing. Students also took part in “tree plantation drive” by planting medicinal plants in our school campus.

A power point presentation was done on the topic “Water conservation” by Mr. Subramani- Research and Development officer of “Eureka Forbes” on the quality of water available in India and various water borne diseases caused due to the contamination of water with captivating pictures depicting the present scenario in different parts of the country. An instant water testing activity was conducted at the end of the power point presentation to make the children know about the various factors which decide the quality of water . It was really an eye opener programme and students gained lot of knowledge by interacting with the resource person. .

World Wind Day

World Wind Day” was celebrated on 15th of June in National Institute of Wind energy. In connection with this, model making competition was conducted and our school children won “consolation prize” out of 27 schools .They also had a wonderful opportunity to interact with the judges and share their ideas with other participants from various schools.

Life Skills classes

Life Skills classes are a part of the CCE activity which is now in depth dealt by the School counsellor Ms. Sahana.


HOME AWAY FROM HOME at MIRS for Std IX 26th& 27th June 2015 &Std X 10th& 11th July 2015. An exposure to rejuvenate the spirits of the students through Campfire, Nature Walk, Aerobics, Swimming& Life Skills.

Students of class VI, VII and VIII with a parent from each section were taken to MIRS on 10th April, 24th April and 12th June respectively. This is a one night residential camp for the children. In this, the children enjoyed a camp fire session in the evening. The next morning, they started with aerobics to warm up followed by a couple of sessions on Personality Development conducted by OSLA facilitators. Children had a good time playing and learning in the residential camp.


UNNAI ARINDAL (19-6-15) Dr. Sylendrababu, IPS Rendezvous about success and setting goals&Dr. Abhilasha, Ph. DTechnics Handling fear, anger, character building.

All India Radio

First time in the history of MVM, Balabhavan 10 UKG Children presented Rhymes & Speech in All India Radio on 9th July which was aired on 23rd July.

Mother Tongue day celebration

HINDI EXHIBITION an activity for MOTHER TONGUE DAY CELBRATION was conducted on 20th June.
Students of class VI, VII &VIII participated.
Standard VI Poster Making on water and air pollution.
Standard VII Poster Making and Model making on symbol of peace.
Standard VIII Poster Making on Save Environment. .

Birthday Celebration of Karmaveerar Kamaraj

UKG Children also joined in the Birthday Celebration of Karmaveerar Kamaraj and presented Tamil Speech.

Field Trip to Egmore Museum, Guindy Park, Rail Museum & ICF

The UKG children were taken on a Field Trip to Egmore Museum & Guindy Park on 23rd & 24th July. The LKG children were taken to Rail Museum, ICF on 4th & 5th August. The children had a joyful ride in the Toy Train and enjoyed the trip nicely.


CBSE has conducted a training programme for computer science teachers in “ Database Design and SQL Programming” at our school premises from 13th July – 17th July 2015. Mrs. V. Sundari HOD of Computer Science Dept along with 34 teachers from various school attended the programme. Resource person Ms. Priyam Das of Oracle academy conducted the programme. It was very useful to learn more information apart from the syllabus. Mr. Manulal, CBSE Advisor of training gave a pep talk about the importance of training programme and appreciated our school for the proper arrangements and he distributed the certificates to all the participants.

First Parents Observation Class

The First Parents Observation Class was arranged for both KG Classes on 7th, 8th & 9th July. 99% of the parents attended the session and got first hand information to guide their wards at home.

Bunnys - District Camp

The Bunnys - District Camp was held in our school campus on 3rd July, 2015. LKG & UKG children participated along with MVM group of schools. New songs were taught to the children and to the teachers of MVM group of schools. Rhymes and Dance by our children was appreciated by the teachers of other MVM group of schools and they also received the participation certificate and gifts.

Children enjoyed the various outdoor activities and they were taught to make a Stationery Holder using Paper Plates as Indoor activity.


An idea initiated by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his address to UN General Assembly, to celebrate 21st June which is also the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year in the Northern hemisphere as International Yoga Day.

The Sanskrit meaning of Yoga – the Union of the environment, senses, body, mind and soul. Life today is shrouded by stress and anxiety, hence, yogic healing is a memory of that wholesome which reinforces a sense of health, well being, joy and ecstasy.

From the time of its inception in 1983, the institution imparts regular training to the students, in the technique of Yogasanas, Pranayama and Transcendental Meditation as an integral part of the curriculum.

One thousand students from the Middle and Secondary classes along with ninety teachers under the guidance of our school authorities took part in the session. Students and teachers maintained the dress code.

The day began with a Prayer in meditative posture with Namaskara Mudra. Students were actively involved in loosening Practices and warming up exercises related to neck, shoulders and Knee movements.

In absorption of increased energy levels and regulating breath, the Fitness mantra was carried forward by the performance of Yogasanas in standing and sitting Postures of Tadasana, Vikshaana, Pada-hastaasana, Bhadraasana, Marichyaasana.

To improve slow and steady breathing and increase blood circulation, students performed postures in prone and supine forms.

Each cycle was followed by Vjjayee Pranayama to conserve energy and breathing levels.

Set in the calm and composed musical background, students and teachers maintained uniformly in the right posture to be a part of Transcendental Meditation – a technique that improves memory retention, creativity and social behavior.

The session came to a close with a sankalpa and yogic pledge. Unity is strength was propagated during the session that lasted between 7:00a.m. and 7:33a.m on 21st June in the school premises.


Amazing positive experience from students of I – V brought a smile and glow of pride at their brilliant innovations.


“Word Smiths” of Primary keep the audience spell bound as they take spelling to higher levels.


Mrs. Uma Gopalakrishnan a renowned Counselor from Admissions Campuz conducted a guidance cum Counseling session for our students in April 2015. The tips given were very useful and a real eye-opener for the student fraternity. A special counseling cell has been set up in our school and this will help our students to choose the right careers. The service cost is borne by our Management but extended free for parents and students.

Handwriting is an essential skill for both children and adults Even in the age of technology, handwriting remains the primary tool of communication and knowledge assessment for students in the classroom. The demands for handwriting are great, whether in the classroom or beyond.Itis found that 85 percent of all fine motor time in second-, fourth- and sixth-grade classrooms was spent on paper and pencil activities.How to make ink look beautiful, graceful, precise and bold,Studentshad Handwriting class conducted by Reynolds.

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