ANNUAL REPORT 2018- 2019


ANNUAL REPORT 2018- 2019

Annual Report

The academic year 2018-2019 has been a very purposeful and fruitful. The year witnessed many milestones of excellent achievements in Academics, Co-Curricular activities, Sports and games, which aimed at improving the quality education and all-round development of the students. I feel proud and privileged to present before you a brief report of the achievements of the school.

Our results

The year started with a very bright note when the school results for classes X and XII was declared. I am happy to place on record that the school continues to be a harbinger in imparting quality education. Our school result stands testimony to the hard work put in by both students and teachers.

The students of Class 12 of Alagar Public School have showcased a remarkable execution of hard work with 98.46 % of result in CBSE Board exams, 2018. A total number of 37 students appeared for the examinations set by CBSE Board. Miss Gaddameedi Eskshitha of Class 12 – A was the topper. She scored 473 out of 500 with 94.6 % result. The students of Class 10 of have scored a remarkable execution of hard work with laudable 100% result in CBSE Board Exams, 2018. A total number of 45 students appeared for the examinations set by the CBSE Board. Miss Umika. M of Class 10 – B stood first and she scored 485 out of 500 with 97% result.


2018-19 kindergarten continued the chrysalis curriculum since every child has individual needs when it comes to education. Catering to each child’s needs should be the goal of a pre-school so the child can learn, grow and develop in his way. Pre-school is like a building block for the children, That is why an action plan was based on the daily activities of the child so he can be a natural learner. Assembly throughout the year was organized with a specific theme and all programs went on for the whole year as follows:

  • 20.04.2018 to 28.04.2018 – Teachers workshop, Communication skill, Chrysalis discussion, Demo class, Vocabulary & reading
  • 14.06.2018 – Ramzan activity – Sharing snacks & saying Eid Mubarak
  • 21.06.2018 – UKG Assembly – Topic: International Yoga Day
  • 29.06.2018 – Red Day
  • 02.07.2018 to 06.07.2018 – Hygiene Activity
  • 07.07.2018 – PTM/ Chrysalis Forum meeting regarding buzzle.
  • 12.07.2018 – LKG Assembly – Topic: Hygiene
  • 13.07.2018 – Fancy Dress Competition
  • 20.07.2018 – PRE KG – Water Activity – Swimming Pool
  • 27.07.2018 – Blue Day
  • 01.08.2018 & 02.08.2018 – Jaycee Competition
  • 03.08.2018- PRE KG – Water Activity – Swimming Pool
  • 06.08.2018 – In-service training in Little Kingdom School – Theni
  • 09.08.2018 – UKG Assembly – Topic: Independence Day
  • 10.08.2018 – PRE KG – Water Activity – Garden
  • 18.08.2018 – Awards Day – KG children got prizes for full attendance
  • 24.08.2018 & 25.08.2018 – Crosa Competiton
  • 31.08.2018 – Green Day/ Krishna Jeyanthi Celebration
  • 01.09.2019 – Story telling workshop – Attended by our teachers
  • 07.09.2018 – Fruit Fortnite/ PRE KG – Water Activity – Garden
  • 12.09.2018 – Dance kids Dance / Vinayagar Chathurthi celebration
  • 14.09.2018 – PRE KG – Water Activity – Garden
  • 15.09.2018 – Music and Movements workshop in Madurai – attended by our teachers
  • 20.9.2018 – UKG Assembly – Topic: Seasons / Muharram Celebration
  • 06.10.2018 – PTM
  • 10.10.2018 – Interschool Comprtiton conducted in Kamak Matric and Higher Sec.School
  • 11.10.2018 – KG Health Screening – Demo given by the teachers
  • 12.10.2018 – TALENTIA
  • 13.10.2018 – Visit to Johnson School – Expo
  • 17.10.2018 – Chrysalis Visit/ Updation of Mithra
  • 19.10.2018 – Vijayadhasami PRE KG & LKG Admission
  • 26.10.2018 – Yellow Day
  • 02.11.2018 – LKG Assembly – Topic: Lights/ Diwali Celebration
  • 10.11.2018 – Workshop – LHL – CBSE School – Thovalay
  • 14.11.2018 – Children’s Day Celebration
  • 23.11.2018 – Chrysalis Visit
  • 24.11.2018 – Chrysalis CPD & FPD
  • 30.11.2018 – Brown Day
  • 09.01.2019 to 11.01.2019 – Safety Week
  • 22.01.2019 to 24.01.2019 – Story Week
  • 24.01.2019 – UKG Field Trip – Place: Srimathi Farm House, Kottampuli
  • 25.01.2019 – Pink Day
  • 31.01.2019 – LKG Field Trip – Place: Eden Herritage Garden, Samathuvapuram
  • 08.02.2019 – Flower Day
  • 02.03.2019 – Story Workshop by Mrs. Banumathy.
  • 20.03.2019 – Thinkroom Day
  • 29.03.2019 – Black and White Day
  • 12.04.2019 – Rainbow Day

Think room day was celebrated with big pomp and show all the parents appreciated the tiny ones faring well.

The classroom was changed into four corners of learning like Reading corner, Story corner, Activity corner and Puzzles corner. Children had a different atmosphere of learning and they enjoyed the Basic Structure of Montessori learning too.

To know our kid’s performance every term parent’s teachers meeting was held to make the parents aware of their wards.

Then the Final Assessment was done to promote the kids to the next grade.

Inter School Competitions

Inter- school competitions held in the arts, sports and academic areas during the course of the year give students experience to other cultures, it builds their self-belief andmotivates them to go all outand paves the way for students to face challenges. It teaches them to systematize themselves, research topics, respect rules and present themselves well. Inter- school competitions help students to understand their strengths and weakness as against their opponents. It also encourages students to learn that synergy is paves way for a team’s superior performance

Our students participated in various inter school events organized by different schools. It is very heartening to note that our school did extremely well in most of these competitions.

  1. Sree Devi of Class VIII won the second prize in Tamil Essay Writing Competition conducted by MakkalSakthiIyakkam.
  2. JAYCEE literary, Art and cultural competitions was conducted for 3 day for various levels. Our School participated in all the level. We won the prizes in the various levels.
  3. Our School won the senior overall trophy in CROSA – 2018
  4. Karthik and Alexiss Flavin of Class 12 participated and won the third place in PHYSQUIZ – 2018 conducted by St. Mary’s Colloege. Thoothukudi.
  5. Our students participated in English Essay writing Competition conducted by TMB Bank. MariyaTriffi of Class 11 won the cash Prize.
  6. Our Student Manuel Inbam participated in Tamil Elocution competitions and won the rolling trophy in category 4 ( Class 9 & 10). The Competition was conducted by velammal Residential School. Sivagagai.
  7. SahupuramKamalavathi hr. Sec. School conducted literary and art competition.our students own the prizes in the various level.
  8. Our student Manuel Inbam and sankaranarayanan participated in INTELLECTOQUEST 2018 conducted by Annammal College. They won the first prize.
  9. Tamil & English Elocution, essay writing competition conducted by VOC port trust on the theme of ERADICATE INDIA – BUILD A NEW INDIA. Our students won the prizes at various levels. Nikitha of Class IX got first prize in English Elocution.
  10. Our School Students participated in Inter School cultural competitions conducted by NTPL AND APCV School. We won various prizes in all the levels.
  11. We participated in quiz competition conducted by Thoothukudi district library .Sree Devi and Aswin of class VIII got first prize.
  12. SKILL TECH Inter School culturall competition conducted by Kamakschool. Our school won overall championship.
  13. Our School Students Participated in EXPISCOR ZEST -2018 conducted by SakthiVinayagar Hindu Vidhyalaya. We won various prizes in all levels. We got overall runner up.
  14. Manuel Inbam won the first prize in District level Tamil Elocution Competition conducted by CMFRI at Kamaraj College.
  15. We participated in Tamil Debate Compettiion conducted by The Vikasa School. Umika and Manuel Inbam won the Fisrt prize.
  16. Our school students participated in Inter School Quiz Compettion conducted by Vivekananda Kendra. Sri kayathri Devi of class VIII and bhavadharani Of Class IX won the first prize in quiz competition.

Inter School Competitions

No two children think and learn the same way and the theory of Multiple Intelligence suggests that each individual has eight different types of intelligences. We in our school wanted to explore the Intelligences beyond the realm of classroom and hence decided to organize a number of Inter House Competitions throughout the year pertaining to the Multiple Intelligences

“If the mind is intensely eager, everything can be accomplished – mountains can be crumbled into atoms,” said Swami Vivekananda. A number of activities and functions which were organized throughout the year to ensured a better personality development among students as we believe that each child is unique and possesses inherent potential. In Alagar Students always come first.



A high quality school assembly is one of the most important aspects of a school’s curriculum. Its potential to nurture a positive school ethos that stresses care for the self, others and the pursuit of all forms of excellence should not be underestimated. It powerfully nurtures the development of intrapersonal intelligence. School assemblies add value to a school’s curriculum creating a sense of community. Students and adults focus on one goal that is expressed through the assembly presentation such as peace, honesty positive thinking or conversation with God.

Assemblies make a positive contribution to the pupil self development. They also pave way for value based education at the same time sensitizing the students to global issues.

Our assemblies contain:

  • a central focus that helps pupils reflect on the theme.
  • Music by the choir that helps to create a calm and reflective mood.
  • The leader/s of the assembly who carry the theme forward with help of speech, thought, skit music and dance.

This year we conducted assembly class wise with the theme“ Keep Moving”

Co Curricular Activities

Co-curricular activities prepare students practically for the future. The normal curriculum can only go so far as to teach and educate students about academic theories. But students whose only experience of school is one of rigid academic study may not be able to apply what they have learned in practice. If the co-curriculum was given an equal footing in student life there will be an improvement in the student ability to grasp things as a whole, because students will have received a more rounded education. Co-curricular activities are particularly good at providing opportunities for students to work in teams, to exercise leadership, and to take the initiative themselves.

Whole range of co-curricular activities accompanies the course studies at APS. These activities serve a two-fold purpose in furthering the personality development in a student and also in paving the way for recognizing and nurturing individual talents. Our students look forward to these classes- from quizzing to web designing, weaving to origami or cooking up freshly made chaat to name a few.




International Yoga Day -2018 with the theme “Yoga for Harmony and Peace” was celebrated on 21st June, 2018. Teachers and students took part with great enthusiasm. Students of Grade 9 to 12 demonstrated various asanas followed by Omkar chanting. Warm up exercises were taken and all students performed sitting and standing asanas, importance of these asanas were being explained by the trainer Ms.Nagaeshwari. The celebration concluded by the speech of our Principal. She encouraged students to practice regular yoga to remain fit and improve concentration.


“Leaders are not born, they are made”

– said by Vince Lombardi

The Investiture Ceremony was held on 6th July 2018. It is the solemn occasion where all the young students are prepared to don the mantle of leadership and discharge the responsibilities entrusted upon them by the school. Our school acknowledged the budding young leaders and reposed the trust in them. At this ceremony, our school prefectorial board is formed after scrutinuous interviewing and selection which gives them a feel of functioning of an official administrative body. The selected students are honored with their respective badges such as Head Boy, Head Girl, House Captain, Vice Captain and the student council members take an oath to faithfully work for the school. Our Chairman Mr.Jeya Raman Ayya encouraged them to in honest efforts for every endeavor and become an inspiration for others.


The preparation for this day started well in advance by the teachers and students. All teachers dressed in one of the Tricolours. Nearly 350 children from classes 10 – 12 were a part of ceebration. The flag hoisting was followed by ‘KodiPadal’, ‘VanteMatharam’, ‘BharthMatha Ki jai’, and ‘Jai Hind’ etc enchanted in the hearts of all presented there. The main highlight of the day was the small play by class – 12 children on the topic ‘National Integration’. Students sang and dance on patriotic tunes. The celebration ended with distribution of sweets to everyone. Overall, it was a colourful, learning and memorable independence day for all.


Alagar Public School celebrated the Teacher’s Day to pay respect to all faculty members for their tireless efforts. The cultural program included classical dance, western dance, skit and song were performed by the children. Various competitions were conducted for the teachers and prizes were distributed to the winners in between the cultural program. The Principal of our school extended her heartfelt thanks to all the teachers for their diligence, sincerity and hard work.

Children’s Day

If children do well in culturals can teachers be left behind? Oh yes, we are talking about the children’s day. A day where the children got to see a very unusual side of their teachers- from Math, English and Sciences it was musicand dance. Our teachers indeed held fort and thoroughly entertained the children beyond the classroom.


Alagar Public School left no stones unturned to ensure that the students bask in festivities and yet learn something new. The students geared up for their special assembly preparing theatrical, musical and dance performance as a way to understand, honor and enjoy the importance of Diwali. A skit was performed as an effort to spread awareness about the harmful effects of fireworks and to remind the students to have a safe and environment friendly Diwali.


This year Pongal was an extra ordinary day with a typical village Pongal celebration. The day started with a Tamil speech on Pongal, an exclusive villupattu by the students. Girls gracefully danced for a kumiyadi song around the pongal pot. Nine decorated pots were placed and the cooking was done by the teachers of classes 9-12. The chanting of ‘Pongalo Pongal’ was exciting for the children. Parents were invited and traditional competitions were conducted for them. Various stalls were set up on the school ground. The music crew of APS performed many folk songs with instruments entertained both parents and students. Children went on bullock cart rides. Parents played ‘Uriyadi’ and had sweet pongal and sugarcane to end the day with many fond memories.


The Republic day was celebrated with patriotic fervor and gaiety in the school. The celebrations commenced with the customary unfurling of the national flag by our Chairman Mr. Jeya Raman Ayya. The school celebrated the occasion with patriotic songs and cultural dances performed energetically by the students. Students pledged their allegiance to the flag and promised to carry their nation to greater heights and achieve success in various walks of life.


A beautiful school will always be an important part and parcel of our lives. Alagar Public School gave precious memories that are truly priceless to the children. Our school celebrated Blessing Day for the incredible students of class 12 and 10, who were going to appear in their forthcoming Board exams. Our Chairman Mr.Jeyaraman, Correspondent, Ms. PriyadharshiniKesavan were the special invitees to grace the occasion and boost up the morale of Class 12 and 10 students. The student representatives, teachers and parents narrated their experiences and one could feel a sense of pride in the room. It was an evening filled with mixed emotions as everyone narrated their experiences and took a trip down memory lane. Hall tickets were distributed by the dignitaries. Finally a burly bunch of colourful balloons was released.


Sports Day -2019 for seniors and juniors were held at the school on 23rd February 2019. The day began with the march past by the students of all 4 teams – Emerald, Ruby, Sapphire and Diamond. Nearly 1592 students participated in the customized and fun filled track and field events. The chief guest of the sports day was Mr.MuraliRambha,I.P.S., Superintendent of Police, Thoothukudi. The young achievers were awarded best athletes from different categories. Diamond Team lifted up the Champion Trophy.


  1. In the month of June We started this Academic year sports coaching for
    Basket Ball
    Volley Ball
  2. Inter house Competition conducted for classes 6 -8 Kho – Kho match.
  3. The following games were conducted in the month of July as Inter house Sports Competitions for Classes xi to XII for Boys and Girls
  • Volley Ball
  • Basket Ball
  • Throw Ball
  1. Our School Basket Ball team in CBSE cluster Basket Ball match in the month of October
  2. In the month of November we conducted Awareness programe on safety Diwali .
  3. Our students participated in Chess Tournament conducted by Dakshin Sahodhaya School complex at Nagercoil.
  4. Our School took part in Kho – Kho Tournament conducted by Dakshin Sahodhaya School complex at Nagercoil. Came as Runner –up.
  5. In the month of November we conducted qualifying exams for Kalari Students. 8 Studetns qualified for 3rd Categories. 4 Students qualified for 4th Categories.
  6. Children went to Basket Ball Tournament conducted by Dakshin Sahodhaya School complex at Vallioor.
  7. We participated in Archery Compettion conducted by CBSE cluster Mustafa of class X got 4th Rank. Mithun of Class X secured 5th Rank
  8. We are very happy to Announce that Sreedevi Balagan of Class IX selected to Thoothukudi District Basket Ball team.
  9. Our School Students participated in Basket Ball winter Camp conducted by Gymkhana Club.
  10. In the month of December We conducted Silambam First category exam for our school silambam students.
  11. Our School participated in Inter School Skating Tournament 2018 conducted by LEE Sports Academy. We won many prizes in various level.
  12. We conducted Karate qualifying belt Grade exams for our school Karate students.
  13. We conducted Annual Sports Meet on 23.02.2019.
  14. ALAGAR SUMMER CAMP was conducted 13.04.2019 – 30.04.2019 for the following games
  • Kho – Kho
  • Basket Ball
  • Volley Ball
  • Throw Ball
  • Hand Ball



The Awards Day is held to honour all the winners in the field of Academics . Alagar Public School Celebrated the Awards Day on 18.08.2019. Mrs.Uma Ramesh, Head, Curriculum, TVS School Madurai was the chief guest. Elaborate arrangements were done by the teachers. The chief guest congratulated the students and wished everyone to reach the Himalayan Success in their future. It is a proud day not only for the students but also for the parents to see their child go up the stage to receive their Medals & Certificates.

Professional development programme

APShas a team of devoted teachers who are constantly exposed to various paradigms in the field of education and different pedagogical skills.The activities conducted through the year helps teachers to be exposed to diverse topics relevant to them in many ways.

Orientation for teachers:

The basic focus of the session was changing mind sets. The mind set of teachers should change to make them relevant for 21st century. Keeping this in our mind, the new academic year 2018-2019, started with this orientation programme. Following trainings were given to our teachers to make them aware of the new winds of change and train students to adapt to them. All the staff who underwent these trainings was charged up to begin the new academic year with new mind set and a futuristic vision of dealing with students entrusted to them.

06.2018( SAT)

Hands on session was given to our teachers – how to handle “Nirals – Alagar School App”. Ms. Parimalagnanasankari was the resource person.

18.06.2018 (MON)

ETNL – orientation through skype session was organised by our school. Teachers handling English got trained. Ms. Preethi George – ETNL – language trainer was the resource person.

19.06.2018 (TUE)

Mithra – orientation – was given by Mr. Balaji and Mr. Ajees from Chrysalis. Teachers handling chrysalis were trained.

09.07.2018 (MONDAY) and 10.07.2018 (TUESDAY)

Ms. Selvi and Ms. ShanmugaSundari attended the “Awakened Citizen Programme” at KV – IIT Campus. This was organised by Ramakrishna Mission. Ms. Vrindha and Mr. Ramanan were the resource persons.

06.08.2018 (MON)

KG Teachers went on a school visit to Little Kingdom located at Theni. This was organised by Mr. Balaji , Transformation partner, Chrysalis.

17.08.2018 and 18.08.2018 (FRI AND SAT)

Capacity Building Programme was organised by CBSE. Mr. Sundaramaharajan and Ms. Sudha of Department of Mathematics, attended the workshop titled “Competency Building in Mathematics – Class X” at Kamalavathi Higher Secondary School, Sahupuram. Shri Girish Eswaran, Principal- PSG Public school, Coimbatore and Dr. G.S. Ganesan – Maharishi VidhyaMandir, Chennai – headed the session.

31.08.2018 (FRI)

Workshop on “Dyslexia” was attended by Ms. Jeyanthi, Ms. Kamalini, Ms. Dhanalakshmi at RR – INN hotel, Tirunelveli. Ms. Harini Mohan was the resource person.

01.09.2018 ( SAT)

“Story Telling” workshop was organised in RR – Inn Hotel, Tirunelveli. The session was headed by Ms. Rathi. Teachers handling Primary attended the session.

15.09.2018 (SAT)

Ms. Pushkala and Ms. Annie of KG wing attended the workshop on “Music and Movement”, at Ohm Sadhana Central School, Madurai. Ms. ShobhaPanicker and Ms. Zubeidha Sultan Ali were the resource persons.

28.09.2018 (FRI)

CPD – by Mr. Sankar , Chrysalis, Mithra refresher course by Ms. Rashmi and Ms. Ishwarya were organised by our school in our campus for the teachers handling chrysalis.

13.10.2018 (SAT)

Ms. Selvi ( Chemistry), Ms. Kanthimathi ( English), Ms. Thulasi (Economics), Ms. Sankareshwari Raja (Accountancy) attended the capacity building programme titled “ Familiarising with curriculum and Assessment systems” at Madurai Mahatma School. Mr. Venkatesan (Math), Ms. Lakshmi Srinivasan), Mr. Abdul Raheem (Chemistry), Ms. Mohana (Accountancy), Ms.Lenine (Economics) were the resource persons.

10.11.18 (SAT)

Workshop on “Effective learning” was conducted by DakshinSahodhya Complex at LHL – CBSE, Thovalayschool. Ms. Sujatha, Ms. Subashini and Ms. Felsia attended the session. Resource person – Mr. Vinesh Menon addressed the session.

17.11.18 (SAT)

Workshop on “Reimagining the English Classroom” was organized by DakshinSahodaya Complex and Karadi Path at Apple tree – Tirunelveli. Ms. Dhanalakshmi, Ms. Kanthimathi and Ms. Mallika of Department of English attended the workshop. Mr. Rex Sathya Dany was the resource person.

23.11.18 (FRI)

Orientation programme was organised by National Testing Academy at Chennai – The Hindu Senior Secondary School. Following Resource Persons ShrimathiVinesh Joshi, Dr. SadhanaPavaskar and Dr. Priyanka Sharma addressed the orientation. Ms. DeepashreeSarma our Principal Mam and Ms. ShanmugaSundari.S attended the orientation programme.

24.11.18 (SAT)

KG to VI handling teachers attended – FPD (Focussed Development Programme and CPD 3) in our school campus. This was organized by chrysalis. Mr. Shankar and Mr. Sudharshan gave training for the teachers handling classes 2 to 6 and classes KG to 1 respectively.

22.12.2018 (SAT)

Ms. Anitha of department of English attended the workshop on “Empowering LSRW skills for English teachers” at Pushpalatha Vidhya Mandhir. Dr. Jesudosjeyapaul was the resource person.

19.01.2019 (SAT)

Workshop on “Teaching of Math using Math Edge” was conducted at Hotel Thangam Grand, Madurai. Mr. A.T.B. Bose, was the resource person. Ms. Dhanalakshmi, Ms. Abinaya, Ms. Vijayalakshmi attended the session.

07.03.2019 ( SAT)

“Next Gen Teachers” is a unique program designed for teachers to be more creative to handle next generation

students. We live in an era where Creative Intelligence is required to design Artificial Intelligence. Technology will take over us and all we need to do is to become more creative and smarter than machines and we are capable and blessed with that Infinite Intelligence. Creative Intelligence is developed when two hemi-spheres of the brain co-ordinate with each other forming neural connections. Keeping these strategies in our mind, APS organised this session. All teachers learnt • How to do whole brain teaching? • How to be legendary teachers? • Secrets for handling 21st century students. Ms. Gomathy was the resource person, from Chennai.


Chrysalis day – is a special day in our journey. This vibrant day was celebrated in the month of March this year. Colourful display of charts, well displayed bulletin boards with loaded information. Proud parents witnessed their children. Questions posted by parents and visitors were cleverly answered by our students. All the thinkrooms were full of energy. Positive feedback and motivation from parents were amazing. Thanks to Management, Parents, all staff, children and Chrysalis team for making this day a success this year too.


A Science Exhibition was held by the Alagar Public School on the 12th March of October, 2019 for classes 6th to 12th.  It was a one-day affair in which students from all the classes starting from 6th were asked to participate.

This Exhibition was inaugurated by Mrs.AdyashaNanduri wife of Thoothukudi district collector Mr.SandeepNanduri. She was also asked to rate the student performances. The Science Exhibition was held in the school campus itself. It commenced at 10 AM and got over by 4PM. Invitation cards were sent to all the parents and guardians.

Students decorated and reorganised their classes all on their own. They were asked to choose their favourite topic and create something to explain it. They made still models, colourful charts, posters, working models, and so on.

The students also gave a beautiful and detailed explanation of their models to all the guests. They were even questioned about the scientific concepts and theories behind their project. Various sustainable topics and ideas were picked up and demonstrated visually.

All of them showcased their best talent and abilities both verbally and mentally.All the guests praised the efforts of the students and congratulated them for putting their best foot forward. Mrs.AdyashaNandurigave a feedback that the hard work behind the success of the Exhibition and how she thinks that the future of the kids was bright. She hailed the confidence and asked the students to keep up the good work.


If any visitor ask our children what day today? on Fridays, no wonder they will say “No Book Day”. That was the impact of “No Book Day” in our school. All laboratories fully engaged, science come alive in our campus, Math lab with fun filled activities, nature walk by our children to school garden. Fridays may be the low battery day for adults, but for our children it is another way, they are fully charged with enormous power. We teachers always learn from these enthusiastic and energetic kids. Thank you for this “No Book Day” which unearthed the inherent potential of each child.


A parent teacher meeting from classes KG to 12 was conducted on 3/8/2018.Parents met the class teachers and the subject teachers for a detailed feedback on the progress of their child. The main purpose of the meeting was to create a common platform, where parents and teachers come together to enrich the student’s educational experiences and discuss various issues, regarding holistic development of students.

Field trips

The school bus leaving buzzing with students’ chatter as they excitedly leave to forage into new destinations as a part of school programme woven beautifully into the curriculum. Field trips take the students to various thrilling places – Botanical garden, Science centre, fisheries college,museum to name a few. These trips not only educate but help to foster better relationship among peers. Details of various trips:


Students of Class I went on a field trip to Srimathi Farm, Kootampuli, Thoothukudi. The trip reinforced what a teacher has been instructing in class about a subject and help students understand the topic better.

29.06.2018 (FRI)

Class VIII and Class XII went on an educational field trip to Agricultural College, Killikulum Research Institute, Tirunelveli, to get to know agricultural practices and technology involved in the field of Agriculture which is the backbone of our country. Teachers turned trips into mobile classrooms, instructing students to collect data, then quizzing them or assigning a project based on what they learned during the outing.

07.07.2018 and 08.07.2018 (SAT AND SUN)

Class V students had a wonderful journey to CESCI, Madurai. Where they enjoyed trekking, camp fire, nature walk, etc.,These are the most awaited days for class V students. They learnt self – discipline and sel-responsibility during this camp. Taking students into a new environment gave them the experience of traveling in a group and to be respectful of the locations they visit.

11.07.2018 (WED)

Garden named – Sidha Aqua Garden, located at Sakkamalpuram, Servaikaranmadam, Thoothukudi was visited by class II students accompanied by teachers.Kids get to visit a place to which they have never been before. This can be particularly advantageous to students who are less fortunate and don’t have the opportunity to travel.

20.09.2018 – 25.09.2018 (THU TO TUE)

Class VIII to XI students went on an Excursion to Coorg and Mysore, Karnakata.When students and teachers are together outside the classroom, new educational environments and experiences are possible. Students may have the opportunity to observe many things that are not available at school, including exotic wildlife, rare plants, monuments, historical places, etc.,we are feeling over the moon, that these excellent opportunities were given to our students.

19.01.2019 and 20.01.2019 (SAT AND SUN)

Class VI students went on a camp to CESCI, Madurai. For these students these days were like their memories and fun that they experienced in class V the previous year.

26.01.2019 and 27.01.2019(SAT AND SUN)

Class VIII students went on a camp to CESCI, Madurai. This place is like our home, where they move freely. Trekking to AlagarMalai is the most adventurous and memorable one for all of us.


Class UKG – went to Srimathi Farm, Kootampauli, Thoothukudi. We believe that students on Educational trips often learn while having fun in a more informal environment.

31.01.2019 (THU)

Class LKG – went to EDEN – HERITAGE GARDEN – Samathuvapuram, Perurani. The type of memories that Educational trips create, called “episodic memories,” it helps children retain information for longer periods.

This age is quite apt for them to achieve their strength of memories.

05.02.2019 (TUE)

Class IX and XI students went on a visit to CMFRI, Thoothukudi. Students who went on Educational trips find that they want to learn more about the subjects on which the trip focused. It develops their curiosity also.



SCIENCE OLYMPIAD FOUNDATION, DELHI, conducted exams for various subjects like Math, Science, English, Cyber, etc. The exam encouraged the children to find out their knowledge about the subject. This enhances the learning and thinking skills of the students and brings out their hidden talents.

HUMMING BIRD, DELHI had conducted HMIT( Humming Bird Intelligence Test) which boosted up the Intelligence skill and their thinking ability.

Spell Bee International, Chennai, conducted the Spell Bee Exam which increased the chidren’s passion and love towards learning a language. It helped them to increase their grammar, vocabularies, sentence framing, etc. It helped the children to strengthen their knowledge in English.

There was an active participation of students form classes 3 to 12 for the subjects SCIENCE, ENGLISH, MATHS and CYBER.

Spell Bee exam was conducted for classes 3 – 9 and HMIT exam was held for classes 6 -12.


To inculcate the values of integrity, brotherhood, self-discipline and to expand our-self as an awakened citizen of our nation our school started“Cubs & Bul Buls”. To train the Cubs and Bulbuls three teachers (Ms.Durga Sivakami, Ms.Ashwini and Mr.Selvakumar) attended 10 days training session between October 10, 2018 and October 20, 2018 at Sakthi Vidyalaya School, Tuticorin.

Girls were selected for “Bul Buls” and boys were selected for “Cubs from class III in the academic year 2018-2019 . 56 students with full enthusiasm joined in the Cubs and Bulbuls.

All Wednesdays after 3pm, all the cubs and bulbuls were given training. The way they assemble for the session with the respective dress code was amazing. Within no time they learnt all the procedures to salute, giving respect to all people in the campus in a unique way. They were also given duties and responsibilities to take up leadership quality. They were taught craft, songs, different types of knots, cycle riding, stamp collections, leaf collections etc.,

The entire journey in cubs and bulbuls was remarkable. Thanks to the Management, Parents, Principal and all incharge teachers for making this programme a grand success.

All the students completed up to Pravesh in the first year. After the Pravesh Bulbuls were awarded the Komal Pankh Badge by the Local/District Association, on the recommendation of the Flock Leader Ms.Durga Sivakami and Ms.Ashwini.On completion of the Pravesh cubswere awarded the Pratham Charan by the Local/District Association, on the recommendation of the cub Master Mr.Selvakumar. On completion of the next test- Dwitiya Charan, cubs were awarded with Tritiya Charan. On completion of the Rajat Pankh, test conducted for bulbuls,they were awarded the Swarna Pankh Badge.

New Initiative

Alagar Public School has launched it’s android app on 1 st June, 2018. In this

regard a Parent Orientation was arranged on 9 th June 2018, to make the parents feel familiar with Alagar app.

The program was conducted as per the following schedule:

9.30 a.m. -10.30 a.m.
Multi Purpose Hall
10th to 12th
1st to 3rd
11.00 a.m.– 12.00 p.m.
Multi Purpose Hall
8th & 9th
4th and 5th
1.30 p.m. – 2.30 p.m.
Multi Purpose Hall
6th and 7th
3.00 p.m. – 4.00 p.m.
Multi Purpose Hall

The Demo session was conducted by Mr.Moorthy, Supporter, Nirals IT Private

Limited, Bangalore. He introduced the app to the parents. The Parents had installed the

app. Mr. Moorthy explained the content of the app and its usage. He also explained the

modification that the parent can make in the app.

Ennumber of parents attended the demo session and extended their support towards

the new launch. They clarified their doubts with the resource person. Some parents had

problem on installing the app. The resource person helped them to install the app in

their android mobile.

Helping hands

My sincere thanks to all the students, parents and members of the faculty for the generous contribution you have made towards the Relief fund for Kerala. and Gaja cyclone.

Totally Rs. 1,43,758/- handed over to District Chief Educational Officer. We collected things and contributed towards Kerala flood relief on 07.09.2018.

We collected things and contributed for Gaja cyclone. Things were handed over to District Chief Educational Officer on 23.11.2018.

In the month of November (01.11.2018 – 07.11.2018) We celebrated a week as “Joy of Wishing” to acknowledge the invaluable contribution of all the people involved in the process of nurturing our children. Children enthusiastically prepare a thanks card, gifts for School drivers, supporting staffs, parents, Domestic helpers, Neighbours. etc.

“Sharing and caring is part and parcel of our Diwali celebration.”

This year Diwali Celebration our students made paper bags and envelopes to promote 4R’s (Redure, Reuse, Recycle, Refuse) and beat the plastic pollution. Few of the parents also eagerly took part in the activity. My sincere thanks to the parents. The paper bags were contributed to the nearby shops

New Initiative

SPARK is a social forum initiated with the aim of spreading awareness on a multitude personal and social issues, related to health, legal, environment, personal safety and social development. SPARK is an initiative of like-minded individuals who desire to make a positive change in the lives of people and the society, as a whole. SPARK is promoted by Mrs. S.Sornaltha, a leading lawyer practicing in Tuticorin, and is supported by a team of her socially concerned people. The forum designs and delivers awareness programmes to the appropriate target segments, from time to time, through its members.

Target Segment: College Students, High School and Higher Secondary School Students, Parents & Teachers, Social Workers, NGO’s, Self Help Groups, Govt Departments , Factory/Office workers.

SPARK works on 4 broad areas: Health Care, Legal Awareness, Social Concerns and Career Guidance.

Alagar Public School initiated the programs of Spark from the academic year 2018-2019. Monthly one program for a particular set of classes was conducted in the school campus. The presenters who were the source of motivation to students gave encouraging examples from their own life and inspired students to be a self-motivator. They discussed the importance of positive thinking and attitude which brings optimism into life and such constructive changes can make one brighter and more successful. This program helped students to be guided by a positive mind and driven by self-motivation. All the programs were informative and thought provoking.


Towards the end, I thank the supportive management whose continuous support to our ideology of education has enabled the school to come this far. Teachers and the entire staff members also deserve applause for their tireless efforts in implementing the route map of imparting quality education here. I also extend my heartfelt thanks to the parents of our students who have shown unflinching faith in us by giving us the profound opportunity to transform their children into truly useful citizens of the future world.
As we look towards the days ahead, we seek the blessings of the almighty for a progressive and a prosperous future.

Thank you

Deepashree Sarma