Christmas day celebration was held on 6th of Dec-2018 with ardour and zeal in the  School premises. The entire school vibrated with the echoes of Christmas carols. The programme began with  a soulful prayer song. Jaffrina of class VI, welcomed the gathering. Speaking on the occasion, Rev.Fr.Merris Leo, wished the students and staff, and highlighted the importance of the festival. Our little ones showcased the Nativity Play on “THE THOUGHT THAT COUNTS”, followed by the mesmerizing voices of thomasian carollers…

     Delightful dancers of grade IV and V electrified the stage with breath-taking performance.
    The best thing about Christmas are the symbols and rituals associated with it. Students of grade VI, VII and VIII enacted as Christmas symbols and explained the  true meaning and  their significance.

The diversity in culture and tradition was reflected in the variety of Indian folk dance. An excellent performance was given by the  thomasian folk dancers of  grade VIII, which enthralled the audience. 

   Entire campus wore a festive look with bells, streamers and a beautifully decorated Christmas tree. Activities such as decorating Christmas Trees and Santa Claus competition were organized for the students. Winners were honoured by the Chief Guest Rev. Fr.Merris Leo.

Through this programme, the spirit of giving and sharing was inculcated among the tiny tots. The boundless joy of celebrating the festival was amply visible on the faces of the children especially when Santa moved for carols. The celebration ceased with Stanley blessing’s vote of thanks. Finally, Mr.Oscar, our Principal thanked and wished everyone.

Joyeux Noël et bonne année !


It was the turn of the students of IX-B to conduct the assembly on Monday 26 November 2018 and they did it splendidly. It began with the song,  invoking the Divine, seeking His blessings. Thereafter the theme of the day “CHARITY” was introduced by Clawrence Motha and Maria Snowhan. Daniel presented the  thought for the day, which  was succeeded by the Psalm recitation and Bible reading. Alan Jernish and Bharathi Balan gave thought-provoking  speeches on the day’s theme.The Principal honored those students who had partaken and won various competitions with certificates and medals.  Finally, the students of IX-B offered the school a few saplings. With the National Anthem, the assembly came to an end.

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The Thomasian family was beset with a mixed feeling of sorrow and gratitude as it prepared to bid aideu to Mr.Chittananda and Ms.Sahayarani, the two longest serving members of the  teaching faculty. As they both  retire, having completed almost four decades of dedicated  service, the school desired to pay its warm tributes through a farewell  program  held on 22/2/2019. It  commenced with a soulful rendition of a Bharatanatyam by a group of students. (Name)  welcomed the august assembly. Ms.Florence and Mr.Ezhil Valan, as representatives of the Post Graduate Asst.  fraternity felicitated their retiring colleagues with words of sentiment, that emanated from their hearts. Master. Ashwanth and Master.Titus Immanuel represented the student community and  thanked  profusely both the teachers for their guidance all through these years.  Mr. Oscar,  the Principal warmly remembered their service and offered his heartfelt gratitude to them.  Fr.  Joseph Kumar Raja,  our former Correspondent and Principal,  took all of us along the memory lanes as he had narrated the yeoman services,  rendered by both Mr.  Chithananda and Ms. Sahayarani.  The teaching staff,  as a token of their love and gratitude  offered memento to both of them.  Mr. Thanesh and Mr.  Senthil read felicitatory messages in Tamil.  A fine consortium of students electrified the gathering with their dance performance.  Ms. Sahayarani, in her valedictory speech,  remembered gratefully all the blessings she had received through the school and Mr. Chitthanandha, in his address,  thanked all the previous and present principals and correspondents.  Finally, the day drew to a close and the air was filled with emotions of love,  gratitude and a tinge of sorrow.


26th January 1950 is a red letter day in the history of our nation,  the day on which we received joyously, the gift of the Indian constitution.

Its 70th anniversary  was celebrated in the school premises on 26th January 2019 with great e’clat and patriotic fervour. Mr.Favas, an erudite alumnus  was the chief guest. He hoisted and unfurled theTriclolor. The school saluted the it and pledged solemnly to uphold the honour and integrity of the nation. The students of class IX-E organised the day’s events. Ashwanth (XII-A) and James (IX-E) spoke  in English and Tamil respectively, instilling in us the spirit of patriotism. They were followed by a splendid folk dance. The melodious music and graceful movements of the dancers were spellbinding.

The esteemed guest motivated the students through his inspiring words,  emphasisising all along,  the importance  of they being  loyal citizens of our beloved nation and beckoned them to emerge as effective leaders of tomorrow.
The school auditorium reverberated with patriotic fervor and enthusiasm when the school choir started singing patriotic numbers.  Thereafter, students who had won various literary and cultural events, conducted in the Campus were honored and awarded prizes. Finally,  Stalin offered the Vote of Thanks and with the singing of  the National Anthem the celebration reached its culmination.