Awareness Programme


Indian school Ibri witnessed Onam celebrations on the 10th of September, 2019.The celebrations started with setting up of an attractive floral decoration (pookalam) in the school entrance that was reminiscent of the agrarian past of kerala which turned out to be attractive and mesmerizing. The morning assembly began with a prayer song followed by a welcome speech by Sophia of class IX. The cultural programmes included the welcoming of Mahabali in traditional style. Students performed thiruvathirakali, a graceful dance which is traditionally performed by women. Onam awareness speech was given by Ms. Sindoora from the teaching faculty. Next, the principal, Mr. V.S. Suresh, conveyed his onam wishes to everyone. During his speech, he exhorted the students to inculcate good values and virtues which would take them to greater heights. The programme on that day was a rocking ensemble of Onam songs, Dances (Onakali), Vallamkali, etc., “Just as sweetness cannot be separated from honey, just as beauty cannot be separated from a rainbow, Onam cannot be separated from a Malayali’s heart,” The highlight of the festival was the inter house flower carpet competition (Atha Pookalam). The four houses adorned the pookalam carpet with beautiful flowers. Impressive designs and artistic creativity were the hallmarks of the pookalam. The first place was bagged by Yellow House, the second place by Green House and the third place was shared by Red and Blue Houses respectively. Atul Tom Mathew, of class X ‘A’ proposed the vote of thanks. The entire programme was compered by Mr. Sajimon, Dept of Maths.

Earth Day was celebrated on the 22nd of April 2018, in the school auditorium. Speaking on the occasion Principal, Mr. Suresh explained the importance of how to preserve nature and save the Earth; Our Earth is the only planet suitable for human beings to live. It is God’s gift for us to safeguard this planet. He explained the students about manmade activities which are contributing to global warming and said the students must make efforts to reverse the damage to the environment. He as an educator motivated each one to contribute his/her own way to make our planet a beautiful place to dwell.

Indian School Ibri celebrated the Environment Day on the 5th of June 2018 in the school auditorium. Catherine Grace, of class XII welcomed the gathering in her speech she exhorted the students and all those concerned to keep the surrounding clean and save the environment. Next, Nisha teacher, spoke on the importance of 3R’sReduce, Reuse and Recycle which will help to cut down on the amount of waste we throw away. She urged the students about the three ways to eliminate waste and save the environment.

On the eve of the world Environment Day, a poster making competition was conducted. The main objective was to instill in young students the significance of saving the environment and providing avenues to showcase their creativity and sensitise them towards their role in preserving the environment. The poster making competition was divided into two categories. The first category is from grade 7 to 9 Choey a student from grade 7A won the first prize. The second category is from grade 10 to 12,Pranavand Gayathri Bala of class X won the first and second prizes respectively