Good evening to all present here.
It gives me immense pleasure to welcome all of you to the 10th Founder’s Day celebration of The Camford International School. I sincerely appreciate your overwhelming response to our invitation to encourage and support your wards and the school.
I take this opportunity to extend a warm welcomeon behalf of the management and myself to our chief guest Shee.D.R.Karthikeyan, gracing the occasion and making it a memorable one.
I once again welcome all our distinguished invitees, the parent body, beloved students and the teaching fraternity.
So, without much ado, let me present the Annual report for the year 2019 and let us reflect on the achievements, learning opportunities and experiences that has Redefined-learning for all of us.
Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare it for today.
I take pride in announcing that the class of 2019 did the school proud with their commendable performance in the grade 10 and grade 12 Board exams respectively – Thanks to their hard work, motivation by the dedicated staff and unstinted support of the parents, we have secured100% results.
ALL INDIA SECONDARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION March, 2019 (Grade 10)
|Students declared pass||57|
|M S MADHUMITA||95.2%||III|
|100/100 in Information Technology|
|M S MADHUMITA|
ALL INDIA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION March, 2019 (Grade 12)
|KRITI S RITHANYA||93.2%||SCIENCE STREAM|
|SVETYA NAIR||95.6%||COMMERCE STREAM|
|M S SUDHIKSHA||93.8%||HUMANITIES STREAM|
|SUBJECT||MARKS||NAME OF STUDENT|
|Business Studies||95||Svetya Nair|
|Sourav Kumar Bucha|
|Math||95||Kriti S Rithanya|
|IP||Kriti S Rithanya|
|Sourav Kumar Bucha|
|Physics||95||Kriti S Rithanya|
|Pranesh Ram S K|
|S S ChitramVel|
|Biology||95||RithaniPriya V P|
|Chemistry||95||Kriti S Rithanya|
|Pranesh Ram S K|
|Accountancy||95||S Rahul Aggarwal|
When you serve your passions, proficiency gradually takes over and becomes habitual.
Proficiency awards are given to high achievers in the academic arena. The students scoring the highest marks among their peers from all the sections the previous academic year are felicitated for their achievement.
|I||Aadhithya Dev S|
|III||Ritesh K A|
|IV||Swati R Kumar|
|XI||SreeCharan – SCIENCE STREAM PragyaBhatter R – COMMERCE STREAM Sarvesh M S – HUMANITIES|
Faculty development programme
One who dares to teach must never cease to learn.
Every year, to keep our facilitators up graded in the latest trends in academia, our teachers regularly attend workshops, seminars and other skill enhancement programmes.
Accolades – Setting goals is turning the invisible into the visible
I am indeed proud to share with you the laurels that have been conferred on the school and our students in the year gone by.
- National School award for promoting cultural heritage was awarded to TCIS on 25 August, 2018 at New Delhi.
- Recipient of the award “Great place to study” – for tremendous contribution to the future of education. The award was given by Baroness SandipVerma, Member of Parliament UK on 17th June, 2019.
- The school was featured on Republic TV &Fobes India as a great School to study.
- Anjali Nahata and BalajiManushri of grade 9 were selected by the National Institute of Rural development & Panchayat Raj (NIRDPR), Hyderabad for a competition – Rural innovators and start-ups, in September.
- ManushriBalaji was placed in the second position for her idea “Algae to fuel and power’. A cash prize of 7500 rupees was awarded.
- Abinav G of Grade III featured in the Guiness Record for the longest line of moving bicycle parade in Hubli, Karnataka. He was the only child participant below the age of 15.
- He was also featured in the India book of record and Asia book of record for the longest non- stop cycling by a child.
- Abimanyu of 9 B received the Best delegate award and Lackhshita of grade 11 received the High Commendation award for The Mock United Nations in Coimbatore.
- Aleena M Reji was adjudged the best Journalist for the MUN held at Lonavala, Maharashtra
Every year students from grades 3 to 12 take the Olympiad exam. I am proud to declare that the enthusiasm among the students and the rankings is on the ascend- year after year. Lets have a quick look at the achievers.
|Bala Nitin MS||Olympiad rank 1 Zonal rank 20 Zonal rank 25||SST NSO NCO|
|Divyesh P||State Rank 3 Rank 21||SST French|
|Darshan B||Rank 24 Zonal rank 17||SST NCO|
|NalayaniRadhakrishnan||State Rank 3||French|
|SejalKankani||Zonal rank 22||English|
|Arun R Kumar||Zonal rank 13||NCO|
|SanjithGovindaraj||Zonal rank 8||NCO|
Field trips revitalize and reinforce learning experiences outside of the class. This type of learning deeply embeds concepts and makes learning fun and exciting. Students from Mont to grade 12 are part of such trips.
In the course of the year the school is part of several celebrations such as the Investiture Ceremony, Independance Day, Teacher’s Day and other innovative activities such as Symbioz, an initiative taken by the commerce department.
Clubs are an integral part of holistic education. To tap the interest and potential of the child a plethora of clubs have been introduced at school. The Eco Club, Cookery Club Dance & Music, Art and craft, budding scientist & rifle, Theatre- Trinity College London’s theatre and Karate are some of the clubs that are popular among the student community.
Camfrolics is an amalgamation of the club activities where students from the various clubs showcase what they have learnt as a member of that club.
NCC is known for its discipline and unity. It is a mission for life. The NCC Cadets of TCIS are groomed to be good leaders, disciplined, courageous and confident. This year the combined annual training camp was held in RVS School, Sulur. The cadets romped home with rich experiences and a harvest of medals.
|Nithin||Volley Ball Aeromodeling||II III|
|Sindhu Kavi||Rifle Shooting||III|
|Logini||Rifle Shooting Drill Overall trophy||III III I|
Kumaraguru College of Technology conducted a warfare Competition which included both army and air wing. Our cadets were adjudged the I position in the dance competition and Dhiya of grade 8 got the I position in obstacle race.
Janhvi of grade 8 won the II position in speech.
The NCC win was involved in the Swatch Bharat Mission and also a tree plantation drive.
Sports – Champions Keep Playing Till They Get It Right
Sports plays a very important role in the physical and mental wellbeing of a child. Sport enables a student to meet challenges head long, be a team player and prepare them for life ahead. At TCIS, sports is given paramount importance and students represent the school in many sports competitions and often romp home with medals and trophies.
In the Coimbatore Sahodaya Athletic meet, more than 2600 students from 87 schools participated. TCIS won the following prizes.
Under 19 category
|Hariharan Srikanth||11||Shot put Discus throw||I II|
|Under 14 Category|
|Praboth Satish||9||100&200mts||I & Best Athlete|
- At the tournament conducted by Coimbatore disk sports and games welfare association on 28th July, 12 of the participants obtained the first position,8 the second position and 11 the third.
- IMGKA conducted a state level Karate competition on 10&11 August. 12 participants obtained the first position, 10 were placed second and 13 students got the third place.
- OKINAWAKEN open Karate Championship was held at Hindustan College on 18th August.
- 13 of the participants bagged the first position, 9 second, and 11 stood 3rd.
- An International Open Karate championship was held on 13 October at
- 15 of the participants stood first, 11 stood second and 14 bagged the third position.
- Samskara Academy hosted an interschool football tournament on 5&6 July, 2019.
- Team under 11 won the runner up trophy.
- Best player of the tournament was awarded to Ishva S of grade 6.
- Coimbatore Sahodaya 42nd basketball tournament
- Under 14 category winners – The Camford International School
- Best player of the tournament – Shreya Srikanth of grade 9.
- Camford Shooting stars championship held on 22 January, 2019.
- Runners – The Camford International School
- Best Rebounder Award – Shreya Srikanth of grade 9.
- 7th mini Tamil Nadu state roll ball championship 2019
Under 11 Boys Winners Under 14 boys Winners
Under 11 Girls – Runners Under 14 girls Winners
Tamil Nadu Roller skating Association, Coimbatore District meet 2019
Praveen Babu – Silver & bronze medals.
Anirudha B T – Bronze medal
- 6Th Open District speed skating competition
Aadhya Chetan – Gold
- Sahodaya Inter School meet 2019
J S Sreehari – Bronze medal
- 42nd Coimbatore Sahodaya Inter School Skating Tournament,2019
S.Niketha –1000 m Gold Medal
Sanjana.M – speed and 300m – Silver Medal
Rajashree Sridhar – 500m & 1000m –Silver Medal
V Praveen Babu – Gold Medal
Shree Ram – – Bronze Medal
Sri Sudarshan – 1000m – Silver Medal
Niranjan M – Best Skater award
- All India tournament association – ranking held at Elite Tennis academy – Bangalore
Winner – singles & doubles
- Sports Tennis league juniors held at Levo sports – winner Under 12
- 42nd Coimbatore Sahodaya Inter School Tennis Tournament Singles Winner
- Coimbatore District Tennis association, F Division league. – I
- Doubles- All India Tennis association – Puduchery – I
- Sahodaya Tennis doubles – III
- All India Tennis Association – Punjab – Singles – I
- All India Tennis Association – Punjab – Doubles – I
- 50 m free pistol junior men – Silver
- South Zone CBSE shooting competition 10 m air pistol – silver
- 45th Tamil Nadu state shooting championship
- 4 gold, 4 silver & 1 bronze in 25m & 50 m both junior & senior.
In the rifle shooting competition held at Nehru Air Rifle Academy, Nehru group of Institutions, the participants brought home laurels.
Swathmica – Gold
Tharun – silver
Rinesh& Harsha Vardhan – Bronze
Team Medals –
Grade 8 Boys & Girls– Gold
Grade 9/10 – Gold
- District level – Gold
- Inter School – Gold
- State level – Bronze
Balamuralikrishna K grade 3
- 15th National Silambam Championship 2019.Gold
- 4th Asian Silmbam Championship,2019 Silver & gold
- 1stSilambam World Cup ,2019 – Malaysia Bronze medal
I may be small
But I matter
Teach me, love me believe in me
Because with your guidance
When I am grown up
I’M all grown up
I’m going to be someone Amazing
The Montessori Method of teaching is a modern educational movement that encourages children to respect each other and encourage accepting differences. Social interaction and emotional skills are given importance to strengthen early development. While academics is given priority, it is purely activity based – giving space for children to learn at their own pace on their own terms.
Field trips to enhance learning are organised on a regular basis. They were taken to PazamudirNilayam, Plant nursery, Traffic Park, a farm and the zoo.
An expo too was held to showcase their learning and helped strengthen synergies between students, parents and teachers.
The Mont students celebrate festivals with great gusto. Janmashtami, Onam, Navatri, Pongal and Diwali are some of the festivals celebrated to inculcate our culture.
Father’s Day and Grandfather’s Day was also celebrated to instil family relationships.
Cognitive, gross and fine mortar development is given importance through sports, art and craft and storytelling sessions.
Sports Day and the Mont carnival are important days in the Mont calendar. So also competitions like Fancy dress, storytelling, dance and singing.
This year, we have introduced music, dance and drama classes and “little genius club” to cultivate an interest is Science and art in the children.
After a stint of three years in Mont, the students are ready and graduate into mainstream school.
Every Founder’s Day holds a special place in our hearts. Dynamix 2019 is a milestone in itself being the 10th Founders Day celebration. Your wards have been working tirelessly to perfect their roles on this important day and soon you will witness the fruits of their labour.
This Annual Report is to showcase the progress and growth of the school in terms of achievements and activities in the course of the year. I wish to thank our Chairman Mr Arul Ramesh, the correspondent MrsPoongothai Arul Ramesh whose vision and zeal for the growth of the school is such that they have left no stone unturned. It is but for their support and guidance that this phenomenal growth has been possible. Our committed facilitators, selfless support of the admin and non-teaching staff, well-wishers of the school, the parent body and the students who are the ambassadors of this edifice have made it possible for us to be proud Camfordians.
I thank Shri D.R Kartikeyanfor accepting the invitation & honor us with his presence.
I conclude this report with a promise of excellence through inspired learning.
So do sit back to enjoy the cultural razzmatazz. I wish you a pleasant evening.