Flowers and cards with touching messages made by students are the highlights of 5th September, a special day for Teachers. The day was celebrated with enthusiasm in Trinity International School.
The students from class 10 donned the role of teachers andwere assigned classes to teach. Students got firsthand experience and appreciated the hard work and dedication required to be a good teacher. An event was organised where the Principal, Mrs Vinita D’Souza addressed the gathering and spoke about the challenges faced by the teaching community today and how teachers have to emerge above and beyond those issues.
The teachers were in for a surprise as it was time to relax and have fun. A series of games and fun activities were organised for the teachers. The hall reverberated with peals of laughter as teachers competed to win the games.
The day came to an end with scrumptious food, fun, laughter and some great music.
The 71st Independence Day was celebrated in Trinity International School with pride and patriotism. The school choir led the gathering in seeking the blessings of the Almighty. The national flag was unfurled by the Principal, Mrs. Vinita D’Souza which was followed by a soulful rendition of the national anthem.
Thought-provoking speeches reinforced the importance of freedom. The speakers also spoke about the sacrifices of innumerable heroes – known and unknown. A patriotic song in the national language evoked a sense of allegiance in the audience. The event ended with singing of the national song ‘Vande Mataram’.
Founders’ Day was celebrated on 14th August in school remembering the founding fathers of the school.On the auspicious day of Janmasthami, our school was founded at Karachi, Pakistan, in the year 1945.
The day began with a speech on the relay system about Founders’ Day.
‘Behrana Sahib’ – a decorated plate with an idol of Lord Jhulelal was established in the school auditorium.
The aim of doing this annually is to ensure that the future generations are aware of the values and rich cultural heritage of the community. Students belonging to the sindhi community attended the programme along with their parents. Students then performed the traditional dance known as ‘Chhej’.
The idol of Lord Jhulelal was taken in a procession for ‘visarjan’ as per the tradition.
The guests, students and staff were treated to a sumptuous Sindhi lunch thereafter.
Doctors constitute one of the most important pillars of our society and to honour their selfless service, Trinity International School celebrated Doctors’ Week from 1st July to 4th July 2017.
The celebrations began on 1st July, 2017 with different activities that were conducted in school. Students from Stds. I-IV made collages depicting how medical workers ensure safety and immediate help in the face of emergency. Students from Stds. V-IX made posters depicting the contributions of the medical fraternity technological advancements made in the several fields of medicine and slogans acknowledging the selfless commitment of the doctors. These were displayed in the school auditorium.
On 4th July, a commemorative function was held in the school auditorium. Dr. Saral Vasavada, an Orthopaedic Surgeon, attached to Raheja Hospital was the Guest of Honour. Students had prepared a video in which they showcased the historical significance of Doctors’ Day. Students from Std. III recited a poem expressing gratitude for their service which although turns out to be painful at times. Dr. Saral Vasavada then addressed the students and with the help of a Powerpoint presentation stressed upon the importance of hygiene and healthy eating habits, if unnecessary illnesses were to be kept at bay.
This was a small step towards making students aware and making them appreciate the role of doctors in our society.
On 21st June, 2017, Trinity International School joined the world to celebrate International Yoga Day. The immense benefits yoga offers in uniting the body, mind and the inner self is indisputable. The entire school geared up for this day with great enthusiasm. Classes from primary and the secondary sections engaged in pranayama (breathing techniques) and meditation. The positive impact of yoga was also explained to the students.
That yoga was now getting the accolades and recognition it deserves is demonstrated by the fact that the entire world has accepted it as a medium for a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle.
‘Farewell’ – this word actually means a wish or a blessing to do well in life. Thus the ‘Farewell Party’ organized on 31st Jan 2018 to celebrate the last day of Std 10 students proved to be a day of bon homie and cheer. Many fun games were organized for the students which were mainly group events. Spot prizes were also announced. The Principal, Mrs. Vinita DSouza and Headmaster, Mr. Ajit Gaykar addressed the pupils encouraging them to do the best in life. Awards and certificates were given for academic achievements and overall positions. Rhea Menon and Rohit Patel were adjudged the Best Outgoing Girl Pupil and Best Outgoing Boy Pupil while Srushti Khemkar received the Topmost Pupil Award. Rohit Jha won the personality contest. It was then time to hit the dance floor and the day ended with a sumptuous lunch.
Trinity International School ushered in the 69th Republic Day with customary fervor and ceremony attached to it. The day began with a prayer followed by the hoisting of the tricolour by the Principal Mrs. Vinita D’Souza. This was followed by speeches in English, Hindi and Marathi in which the importance of preparing students as agents of positive change in the world was mainly stressed upon. The programme was interspersed with patriotic songs sung by the school choir. The day ended with the singing of ‘Vande Matram’- echoes of which shall continue to reverberate in every heart.
The month of December evokes a feeling of ‘Joie de vivre’ and Trinity International School got into the mood and celebrated the season with gusto.
Keeping the traditional flavor alive, a huge Christmas tree was set up in the school quadrangle and a crib adorned the space next to it. The entire school was decked up with Christmas decorations. This year eco-friendly Christmas decorations were stressed upon and a competition was held for the same. Grade 7 and Grade 8 were adjudged as winners for their innovative ideas for decorations.
The entire school echoed with Christmas carols and students were delighted to meet Santa Claus who has brought chocolates for them. Games were played in the respective classes and children had a wonderful time playing and singing the Christmas carols. Each student left the school with a smile on his place and with a box of Christmas goodies. The day ended on a joyful note.
Trinity International School, sion east celebrated its Annual Day over a period of three days, Between 6th and 8th September, 2018. It is one of the most awaited yearly events, with a new vigour each year. This year was no different.
The event started typically by praying for a prosperous start to the programme. But the offerings didn’t stop there – A prayer dance really gave the divine start an event like this requires. It was only after that the annual day began in all it’s shining glory.
There was no dance, no performance that didn’t leave a mark on the spectators minds, an impact made as hoped. The students, from both the IGCSE and premiere part of the school left behind a meaningful message that left their audience awestruck.
Most of our younger children, from pre-primary and early primary section classes taught us values that are getting washed away with the sands of time. They reminded us all the importance of even a shred of kindness to an unknown. ‘Respect, caring, sharing…. All that is scarce, being them back…’ they seemed to have to have been saying.
Others, of the same age group preached the uniqueness of togetherness, even if there are certain divides between everyone, fences or borders.
There were festive dances too – One dance the audience absolutely loved was Navrang, a dance on the festival of colours, Holi.
Many of this year’s performances expressed gratitude-which, unknowingly seemed to have become the theme for this year. Younger students said their ‘Shukriya to soldiers, farmers and scientists, ending their performance with ‘Jai Jawan Jai Vigyan’.
There was another dance on farmers, too on soldiers, and a tribute to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj added to that a skit also presented the importance of friendship. Despite having similar purposes, all these performances managed to hold the audience’s attention till the very end.
Last year, there had been a dance Dashavata the ten avatars of Lord Vishnu, this year, a dance zeroed in on one of the ten avatars, Lord Krishna. His life, from the very beginning was depicted, all the way from being carried over the Yamuna River. He was seen in different forms- Makhan chor, an eternal lover of Radha, as a hero this Vitthal form, Vishwaroopa, in the Mahabharatha war was also depicted.
All of this came to an end with a dance for which students wait eagerly to participate in. The Western Dance, never one, but always a fusion of different dance forms put together artfully. This year, it staned Retro. Jazz and Hip Hop, all sparkling clothes and dazzling smiles. It certainly brought the day to a lively end.
The annual day closed with National anthem and fond memories of another year.
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This year Diwali celebration at Trinity International School was marked by a slight deviation from the beaten path. Students took an oath to keep Diwali pollution free by refraining from bursting crackers. This oath was rendered to the students by the EcoClub Coordinator Ms. Clarine Saldanha. Keeping the traditional fervour going, students decorated diyas and made flower rangolis. Games were played in the classes and the day ended with each student receiving a snack-box filled with goodies that brought a smile on to all the faces.
|Winners of Diya Decoration||Winners of Rangoli Competition:|
|First: Pillai Yukeshkumar Shanmuga Sundaram Kavitha||II-B||First: Samanthaa||II A|
|Second: Gawali Darshan Ashish Anuradha||IIA||Second: Kamthe Narayani||II-A|
|Third: Gatla Ishaant Sreevan Neeraja||I-A||Third: Devandran Shaktisharan||I-A|
|First: Sutar Krupa Pravin Nilam||IV-A||First: Pathare Dwij||III-A|
|Second: Shinde Parth Anil Trishala||III-B||Second: Nadar Jhassithaa||III-A|
|Third: Khan Mohammad Hammad Mabood Nuzba||III-B||Third: Rajput Ishanvi||IV-B|
|First: Shewale Aarya Sunil Pranita||VII||First: Bhasin Meesha||VII|
|Second: Vasavada Aarav Saral Purvi||VI||Second: Panpalia Shlok||VI|
|Third: Pawar Kshitij Kashinath Nita||V||Third: Agarwal Diya||V|
|First: Daryanani Aryan Manoj Rashmi||IX||First: Gujaran Ehshaanya||VIII|
|Second: Gujaran Ehshaanya Hemant Hemlata||VIII||Second:Mercita Isebell||IX|
|Third: Ganatra Jay Yatin Twinkal||XI||Third: Wairkar Saniya||IX|
Dussehra was celebrated in school on 29th September 2017.The teachers enlightened the students about the significance of the day on the relay system. The teachers spoke about how Dussehra is a festival which signifies the victory of goodness over evil, light over darkness and happiness over gloom.
Blessings of Goddess Sarawati were invoked on this auspicious day through a traditional puja. The various tools like books, lab equipments, machinery, vehicles etc used in school were worshipped too.
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It was a proud day for parents and teachers of Trinity International School- Pre-Primary as it was the Graduation Ceremony for Senior K.G. students.
The program began with a prayer as innocent yet confident voices filled the hall.
This was followed by a speech by one of the students. Next the programme took a melodious turn when the students sang a song to express their gratitude to teachers as well as parents.
Mrs Meena Lamba, the Pre-Primary Head, addressed the parents and gave away the certificates to the students. The programme ended on a happy note with every student leaving the school premises with a gift hamper loaded with goodies!!
Trinity International School celebrated the birth anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj on 19th February 2016. The programme commenced with a prayer to invoke blessings from the almighty. Then our Ex-Officio Secretary Mrs. Vinita D’souza garlanded the photograph of Shivaji Maharaj. This was followed by few thought provoking speeches by teachers who shared some of his endeavours and anecdotes from his life. Their speeches also highlighted the qualities of this great visionary thereby creating awareness in the young minds about the valiant Maratha warrior, ‘Shivaji Maharaj’. The Choir group also sung an Aarti in praise of the King. The programme ended with the National Anthem.
A fitting tribute was paid to the eternal teacher, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam at Trinity International school. His birthday was marked as World Students’ Day. ‘No bag day’ was celebrated with great zeal and devotion. The students came to school with bag full of enthusiasm, sheer respect and love.
The day was planned to accommodate various activities. The teachings and lessons of this great soul were touched upon in the assembly. The students came up with the values that they have to imbibe from the legend.
The day began with a reading session. The students read books from varied genres and topics.
The students then watched a speech by Sir APJ Abdul Kalam in which he was addressing the students. Students of primary watched an animated video depicting the anecdotes of his life.
Scientific temperament was kindled by organizing various science activities. Students performed various experiments and recorded their observations.
A poster making competition was held. The posters depicted the teachings of Sir APJ Abdul Kalam. The students used his images and quotes to demonstrate the values he had lived by.
It was a fitting tribute to a great teacher, statesman, scientist and above all a great humanitarian.
Maharashtra Day was celebrated with Great enthusiasm by the Trinity International School. The Programme began by seeking the blessing of Lord Almighty through a prayer, followed by a hymn. This was followed by Flag Hoisting and singing of the National Anthem. The students then sang songs in Hindi and Marathi praising the Motherland. Ms.Geetanjali then brought out the political, cultural and social significance of the day through her speech in English. The Historical significance of the day was also touched upon. The programme ended with a rendition of ‘Vande Mataram’.