Inauguration of ‘Nursing 3C Workshop’ for Academic staff of 3C Schools.
The teachers will be equipped on 3C Model of Education in this workshop.
Our Chairman Mr.PL.Ramanathan inaugurated the workshop and made his presidential address. Our Correspondent Mr.A.Chelladurai made a resource lecture on 3C Model of Education.
The lamp of Wisdom was lit by Mr.PL.Ramanathan, Mr.A.Chelladurai, Mr.N.Karthikeyan, Mr.C.Joe Smith and Mrs.Manjula Joe.
It was a great debut by THE INDIAN 3C SCHOOL.
Our under-14 Girls Volleyball team emerged runners-up in the 2017-2018 ‘B’ Zone level Games & Sports held at S.B.O.A school, Nagamalai. It was their first appearance in school history.
Well done Girls! The destiny of hard work is always success. You have done hard work and got succeed.
Parithimar Kalaignar was born on July 6, 1870 at Vilacheri near Thirupparankundram.
He graduated in Tamil and was soon employed as a Professor of Tamil in the Madras Christian College. In 1895, Parithimar rose to become the Head of Department for Tamil at the Madras Christian College.
He was the first person to campaign for the recognition of Tamil as a classical language.
We have collaborated with the Madurai District Chess Association with the vision of promoting a Chess Academy in Madurai and producing competitive chess players to the World.
Special coaching has been provided to the select students of our schools by the representatives of the District Chess Association. We hoisted District level Chess tournaments at our campuses.
3c school students of Class V & VIII visited farm fields at Pudupatti as a part of their curriculum today (22/06/2017)
The main purpose of the visit was to dispel children’s deep ignorance about where the food they eat comes from and help teachers deliver a broad spectrum of the curriculum.
Interviews with students and teachers found farm visits helped address basic gaps in knowledge.Students had a chance to see various activities such as tilling, planting, pruning, spraying, methods of irrigation, use of manure and fertilizers.
Indian 3C Schools children Visit Places of Worship.
A visit to a religious centre can be one of the most stimulating RE (Religious Education) experiences that schools can provide. Today (30/06/2017), 137 children from years 3 -5 visited a number of different places of worship including the local Church, a Hindu temple and an Islamic mosque to explore religious diversity within Madurai.
At 3C Schools, we respect all religions and actively promote
Diversity through our celebrations of different faiths and cultures.
(Producing organic manure from food waste by the students of Indian 3C Schools)
At 3C Schools, nearly 500 students are studying .Everyday at least 5Kg of food is wasted after lunch by the students. These wastes are dumped in the backyard and corporation dustbins.
So the students and teachers of 3C schools decided to use these wastes for productive purpose.They have designed a ‘Manure making pot’ in the school campus. They have taken responsibility of collecting food waste from each class after lunch time & put the same in the manure pot.
A group of students would maintain the pot everyday.The school maintains a garden inside the campus. Our 3C Students will proudly supply manure required for the garden from next month onwards.