The BAAS meting was held on 17th september. It was highly interactive session. The alumni discussed start up programmes. They were keen to arrange seminar for our students on curriculum based topics and also talks in life skill management.
Food, Art & Craft Fest
In a kind gesture, Parents and students of Bharathamatha HSS came together on 16 th September to organise a Food , Craft Art festival for the benefit of the deprived, which was inaugurated by Shri V.K.Sreekandan President, DCC Palakkad, Senate member Calicut University. Many Parents joined hands to prepare and sell a variety of dishes, art craft items. The festival, which is a charitable fund raising programme was organized as part of “Ruby Jubilee Celebration”. A part of the profit made at the festival will be contributed towards charity through mother PTA. This was devised as an opportunity to inculcate compassion in students.
Pravega 2K17, the Annual Sports Meet was held on September 15th. The opening ceremony was graced by Rev.Fr. Anson Panengadan CMI. The programme began with the hoisting of sports flag, followed by the march past by the four houses. The dignitaries took salute and the oath taking ceremony was held. The sacred sports torch was lit by the athletes Nandana, Prajitha, Adarsh and Mishayl. Rev.Fr.Sebastian Parayil CMI, our manager presided over the function. Adv.Vinod Kayanat PTA President felicitated the occasion. Students competed in various events.
Rural Awareness Programme
On September 8 th 9th 32 students of class 12C were taken on two day trip to Attapadi as a part of rural sensitisation programme. They visited 3 hamlets. They also contributed steel cupboard to the Anganwadies located there. It was a great awareness programme for the students.
On August 31st, Onam celebrations were held at our school. A grand pookalam was laid out by our students and teachers highlighting the Ruby Jubilee year of the school. The programmes were inaugurated by Professor Chandran , President of Kerala Folklore Academy. Rev. Fr. Davis Thattil CMI was the special guest. Traditional events were performed by our students and payasam was distributed to the students.
Charity begins at school
Our students have always made an effort to help those who are less fortunate. The students of XII-C collected an amount of Rs.13000 in order to help a student whose family is undergoing a financial crisis.
The Nature Club collected an amount of Rs.50,000/- in order to help a financially backward person undergoing major treatment for kidney failure.
On 31st august the Principal along with teachers and students visited the District Government Hospital and distributed Onam kits worth Rs.500 to impoverished patients.