IRO is the Indian Chapter of World Robot Olympiad that provides a unique platform for students to showcase their talent and creativity and represent INDIA at the international level.IRO 2014 regional level competition was held at VELAMMAL MAT.HR.SEC.SCHOOL on 6.9.2014 & 7.9.2014. Totally five teams participated from our school in all three categories. The categories were
*Regular Junior high
*Regular Senior high
• Game initiated with Regular Senior High Category with 8 competitors, our CPSites Athityan Jeyadevan & Durai Prasanth (SUPREME BOTS 13381) secured “50 points in 17 seconds” and was leading the table and bagged the First position Award
• Then the game moved on to next category Regular Junior High with 13 competitors, our CPSites Shreyas.S, Vishnu.R & Kunnal Ravi (LEGO MASTERS 7331) secured “30 points in 20 seconds”. Lego Masters bagged the Runner up Award
• Finally it was regular elementary category with 18 competitors, our CPSites Sri Rajan.D, Nikhil S.L & Anand G Murugan (MIND BOGGLERS 7330) secured “15 points in 26 seconds”, and MIND BOGGLERS leaded the table with First Position Award
It was a tough competition but still the day was in our favour. We remembered the proverb “Hard work never fails”. CPSites bagged 3 awards out of six awards.
Wishing them good luck for the Finals!!!
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The emotional feeling that one belongs to a classroom and School community is considered a necessary sign to the successful learning experience. In an era when traditional sources of belonging have diminished due to changing community life styles, the school plays an increasingly important role in meeting this need.
Every child should feel that it’s their school and it’s their duty to maintain the decorum. They should prove their belongingness through their well mannered behavior.
To make every kid feel that it’s their school and it’s their pride, an event – “My school My Pride” was organized on 12th Sep 2014 by the Pre Primary department.
The pre primary (UKG and Mont III) tiny tots went on a parade to all higher classes with Placards bearing slogans about how to behave in school and insisting them to maintain their classrooms and school surroundings neat. The higher class children were so thrilled and excited to welcome these tiny tots and patiently listened to them. Their loud applause showed how far they enjoyed the demonstration. This appreciation gave us a trust that they will surely have a change in them in developing their belongingness towards the school.
Junior Block (Mont I, II and LKG) children were involved in a mini cleaning up activity to make them understand that their school is their pride and it’s their duty to keep it clean. Children enjoyed this cleaning activity and they had a real competition in collecting the thrown papers and leaves from the ground (Unclean setup was created for this purpose) It was a wonderful scene to see the tiny tots with the gloves , collecting the unwanted things and throwing them into the dustbin along with their peer group.
Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.
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