Annual Report


Presenting the Annual Report of the school for the academic year 2020-2021 with the blessings of the Almighty God and with great humility.
Online classes for the academic year 2020-2021 commenced 1st June.
Academic Excellence
In the field of education Rajashree School has carved a niche for itself since its inception in 1995.We have successfully completed two and a half decades and with the grace of the Almighty hope to move forward more productively.
62 students appeared for the class X examination in march 2020 out of which we had 9 students securing A1 grade in all subjects. Veena K Hari topped class X scoring an overall 98.6 %
In class XII, Kavya Nair topped the science stream with 97.4% and Navneeth Krishnan was placed first in the commerce stream with 93.6%.
KAVYA NAIR cleared the NEET examination in first chance with a high score and is pursuing MBBS at the Calicut Medical College. She is an epitome of humility and will always remain as the pride of Rajashree.
Hearty congratulations to all the students for their hard work and the teachers who guided them.
Life is full of challenges and challenges are full of opportunities to learn…. We need to equip ourselves to face the challenges and always welcome the chances to learn new things in life in order to grow and prosper.
Even though the Pandemic scenario was quite alarming, teaching and learning has become quite explorative than before for the children as well as teachers.
Teaching through online platform was made very interesting using e-learning resources. Notes were shared through whatsapp or Google classroom.
Teaching profession though a noble one is highly demanding. Constant orientation and perspective building helps teachers to take up ownership and perform to their fullest potential.
The school year started with an orientation programme for the teachers in the month of May. The empowering workshop was adequate to kick start the new academic year. The teachers were reminded of being energetic, compassionate and resourceful.
We are preparing our children to live in the future. Let us be more futuristic and hold hands in equipping our children in their forward journey.
Empowerment programmes for the principal and teachers are designed and executed with a focus on developing competency in various areas including Technology Blended Learning, leadership capacities, Stress Management, Classroom Management, Effective utilization of digital resources, Effective Communication skills, and excellence in dealing with the needs of the learners and society.
Our staff members regularly attend Capacity Building Programmes organized by CBSE and also by the Sahodaya Schools Complex Kochi.
Parent Teacher Interaction
Online Parent Teacher meetings were conducted class wise through the Zoom platform at regular intervals. The parents were given awareness about the importance of parental supervision during classes especially when examinations are conducted online. Apart from the uncontrolled use of internet, parents raised lesser doubts, as children were attending online classes for the whole year.
The parents and teachers were urged to develop an emotional bondage with children in order to promote creativity and enable judicious use of the online platform. To avoid misuse of the internet facility by children, parents were advised to block unnecessary sites in the device handled by children. May God give wisdom and courage to all the parents and teachers to tide over this period with ease.
CBSE Updates in Assessment & Examinations
Special emphasis was given in training students of class X and XII on latest assessment methods and updated syllabi. Thorough revision was given and four Model examinations were
conducted both online and offline along with necessary counselling to enable the children to appear for Board examination confidently.
Programmes at Rajashree
Programmes are conducted separately in primary and secondary sections. Virtual celebrations were conducted to engage the students in maximum possible ways. World Environment Day was observed in a splendid manner. The Green Brigade Initiative which was introduced in school enables them to continue segregation and proper disposal of plastic.
Teachers interacted with children and spoke about the necessity of safeguarding the environment. Other virtual celebrations include Onam, Teachers’ Day, Gandhi Jayanthi and Christmas. Along
with knowing more about the heritage and importance of festivals, they also acquire video making, mixing and editing skills.

Teachers Day
Teachers Day programme was celebrated elegantly by class XII students. It was a virtual treat for the teachers.
Physical Education
Online Physical Education sessions were conducted regularly. Even though small children were enthusiastic, seniors showed less interest.
Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action is a strand of Health and Physical Education. The main objective of SEWA is to direct children’s mind in constructive activities with
positive outcomes to develop self- confidence and self-esteem. Children are urged to engage in physical exercises regularly through the virtual classes conducted for them. The Work Education activities include creating Art from waste, Jewelry making and making decorative wall hangings. Art is also integrated with subjects which has elicited the creativity of students and teachers.
Co-curricular Activities
Children missed educational trips and tours which enrich the school programmes but also fill young minds with memories to cherish. The pandemic forced everyone to stay away from such

Book Fair
Reading activity was conducted online on Vayana Dinam in memory of the renowned writer Shri P N Panicker. Online library sessions were also conducted to promote reading in children.
To give the children a good exposure to our cultural heritage, we celebrate all festivals –religious, social, national and international.
In the Kindergarten Children’s Day is observed by conducting fancy dress competition. In Primary Section the Virtual Children’s Day programme turned out to be a colourful event.
Inter school competitions
Our students participated in the Inter School T-Shirt designing competition organized by Cochin Refineries School Thiruvaniyoor.

Our students participated in leading cultural and social organizations and bagged prizes. In the Voice Your Thoughts online competition conducted by PCM, Pallavi Madhu of XA secured
first position and Gayathri G of XB secured second position. Hearty congratulations to the winners.
We had participants for the Online Asian Pacific Shitoryu karate Championship 2020. May the spirit of participation prevail in you and bring accolades in future.
Even though our Managing Trustee Mrs. Lakshmi Bhasi was a little apprehensive about switching to a virtual platform, very soon she gained confidence through her participation and
interaction in online sessions. Her timely guidance is the sole reason for the smooth running of the school. May the Almighty God give her strength and enable her to lead us and our dear
children in the years ahead. Sincere gratitude is due to our Executive Trustee Mrs. Usha Unnikrishnan who has always been an icon of dedication and hardwork. We thank you and all the SMM Trust members for their continued support.
The Head Mistress of K G section Mrs. Sangeetha M Nair, Manager Mrs. Rajani Rajan and the team of teachers had to incorporate additional skills to provide the right start to the tiny tots
during pandemic.
Thanks are also due to our Vice Principal Mrs Rajalekshmi, and all the teachers in charge of various departments for their sincere efforts in guiding teachers to reach the required standards.
The dedication, cooperation and untiring efforts of the teaching and non-teaching staff has enabled Rajashree to withstand all adversities. Thank you my dear staff members. Our sincere gratitude is also due to the School Management Committee members for their valuable suggestions.
The abundant support and cooperation of the parents has enabled Rajashree School to continue as the temple of learning.
Our dear students and the alumni, are the pride of Rajashree School. Even during the pandemic many of them took time to enquire about the wellbeing of their teachers.
Dear children our blessings are with you always.
I conclude by thanking the Almighty God for all the blessings received.
Thank you
Susan John
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