Monthly Archives: November 2015

NEWSLETTER 20th November 2015

Namaste Dear Parents,

Please read on and find out what we’ve been up to this busy fortnight.

News from the PRE-PRIMARY

It has been a very hectic fortnight for the pre-primary kids, as all are gearing up for the upcoming Mega Theme-end Presentation.

The kids are also very excited and putting in their best to create a master piece for the upcoming canvas auction.

Besides the preparation for the mega presentation, the routine classes too have been in progress and the current topic being machines the teachers have highlighted the use and functions of various machines. As an example, demonstration of pulley was shown, emphasizing on how this simple machine helped pull a bucket of water easily.

In view of the upcoming event, parents too have shown their enthusiasm in making the costumes and props. We would like to thank you parents for your hard work and getting things done in time.

Dear parents you are requested to note the following to help make the event a success.

  • Students must report to school dressed in their costume and makeup at 2.00 pm sharp on Saturday 21st November 2015.
  • Please ensure that your child reaches the school in time. You are requested to handover the child to the respective class teachers.
  • The school will not provide transportation for students on Saturday 21st November 2015. Kindly make the necessary arrangements to drop your child at the reporting time.
  • Please note parents will be allowed inside only at 3.15 pm and the show starts at 3.30 pm sharp.
  • School will arrange to click photographs of the event. If you wish to click pictures yourself, kindly do so without leaving your seats, as it may disturb the performance and the audience.
  • Children will be handed over to the parents only at the end of the show.
  • Please do not enter the backstage area at any time during the show.

Kindly co-operate to make the show a grand success.

We look forward to welcoming you at the Mega Theme-end presentation.


Friday 4th December 2015     – Talent Show

Saturday 5th December 2015 – PMI (Parent Mentor Interaction)





Founder’s Day

12239620_1191397564209154_37411241729319518_nFOUNDER’S DAY was celebrated over two days on 15th and 16th November, with great pomp and show.
On Sunday, 15th November, Mr Jayesh Ranjan, Secretary to Government, IT, Electronics & Communication Department was the Chief Guest for the evening. Shri Krishnam Raju, Chairman Suchitra Group and Mr P.V.Ramana, father of the famous badminton player P.V.Sindhu were the guests for the evening and Mr Ganesh was the surprise guest of honour.

The program started with the arrival of the Chief Guest. He was accorded a warm welcome by the children of the school. The function commenced with the presentation of the school report by the Director Principal, Mrs Renu Shorey followed by the inaugural dance by students of grade IX. The students of grades I, II and III staged the play Alice In Wonderland.

The story was presented in the form of a musical ballet. It was a mesmerizing journey through the fantasy land of Alice. The children put up an excellent show of talent, skill, coordination and cooperation. The stage came alive with the dances and, the props and lights added to the magical experience. It was an excellent show with the students at their colourful best.

12250099_1191407120874865_8158814189894419287_nMr Jayesh Ranjan thanked everyone for making the day memorable and was full of praise for the wonderful show of talent. He also appreciated the new age teaching methods adopted by the school. He said that such an approach creates a congenial and happy environment for a healthy, all round development of the children’s personality so that in the long run they emerge as confident social beings, ready to face the competitive world. The program ended with a Vote Of Thanks by the Vice Principal Mrs Deepa Kapoor followed by the school song.

On Monday, 16th November, grades IV-X had organized an academic


carnival – ‘Knowledge Infinite’. The chief guest on that day was Shri Krishnam Raju, Chairman Suchitra Group. The G uest was accorded a warm welcome by the children of the school. Each class had done up the classroom based on various themes. Grade IVA had focused on the amusing English vocabulary, while grade VIIA familiarized you with the genius of Shakespeare. Grade VA took one back to the Mughal era while VIA amazed us with their Mathematics in monuments! Other exhibits like the Egypt room, took the visitors back in time, while the scientists and their inventions motivated the students. Hindi and Telugu plays were also staged. The Hindi play highlighted the need to eradicate corruption whereas the Telugu play depicted Krishnadev Raya’s majestic courtroom.

_MG_8099There was also an inaugural dance, a musical band and a karate display. The school band comprising of students of grade VIII, IX and X was an instant hit with the audiences. They mesmerized everyone by playing and singing the classic all time favourites. Students of grades IV-X displayed their karate skills through the various katas.

A blood donation camp was also organized in the school by the Lions Club. This got a very good response from the parents as well as the teachers.      


The ACER test was conducted for grades III-X on Friday, 20th November. Many students appeared for this test and the results would be known soon.



24th November – Picnic (G IV-X)
25th November – Picnic (G I-III)
Dear Parents as part of our conviction and policy of ‘no-child-left-behind’ we are committed to make each single child participate in our programmes, hence Founder’s Day had to be spread over 2+1 day.

( Pre-Primary makes a presentation on Saturday 21st Nov.)

On 15th it was Grade I to III, 16th was Grade IV to X.

I am sure you can understand what a herculean task it must be to involve all 760 children. Some children are bound to get very short stage time for obvious reasons; we can not prolong programmes beyond a point.

This was the best we could have done so please do cooperate and appreciate that all of you got to see your children in action. More than this is not going to be possible please!

I am so grateful to the parents who have sent congratulatory messages and shown appreciation for the programmes. Programme on 16th came in for special appreciation for the novelty of its idea as well as execution. Thank you so much for being such lovely and supportive partners.

Warm Regards

Renu Shorey

Director Principal, Suchitra Academy

NEWSLETTER 6th November 2015

Namaste Dear Parents,

It’s that time of the fortnight once again when we bring you the latest news from the Suchitra Campus!

News from the PRE-PRIMARY



Kids enjoyed Halloween celebrations, on Friday 30th October. We had cute looking ghosts and goblins, fairies and witches, Spiderman and batman, prince and princesses all around. Kids carried their Trick or Treat bags and marched around the school campus to collect chocolates and candies from teachers.


Through this theme kids are learning about various changes around them and in them. To practically understand ‘change’ an activity on seed germination was conducted on Monday 2nd Nov. Kids sowed various seeds like those of Tomato, Beans, Bottle gourd, Ridge gourd, Chillies and Cucumber. They have been observing the changes the seeds are going through and also taking good care of the emerging plants.


Practices for the Founders day presentation are going on in full swing. We would like to thank all our parent volunteers for taking up the responsibility of getting the costumes done for this event. Thank you Dear Parents you have been a great help and we wish and hope that this strong bond continues and we do the best for our kids.


We have also started work on the canvas painting for the up-coming Annual Feature of Canvas Auction. As every year, we will be having an auction of canvas paintings made by kids with the help of the class teachers. Each class will make one painting and the highest bidder will be the proud owner of these paintings. The proceeds of these paintings will be used to help the underprivileged of the society. Dear parents if there is any organization that you too would wish us to support, please let us know.


It was a colourful morning at Suchitra Academy on Friday 6th Nov. Children came dressed in their colourful attires and looked amazing. They enjoyed making special Diwali cards and paper Diyas which they coloured with bright colours and covered with glitters!! They explored Rangoli patterns and learnt about the significance of the festival and heard story of Rama and Sita. Later they shared and relished the goodies sent by parents.


Winter jackets have been issued please make sure that your child’s name is written inside of his/her jacket.


Tuesday, 17th November  – Holiday.


An Inter-House Kho-Kho competition was conducted on Tuesday, 27th and Wednesday, 28th October. All the students had been eagerly awaiting this day since a long time. The air was filled with excitement and the teams were nervous with apprehension. All the four houses played very well and the matches were neck to neck. The results are as follows.

Junior Boys Junior Girls Senior Boys Senior Girls
Winners Dhriti House Sanskriti House Sukriti House Prakriti House
Runners up Prakriti House Prakriti House Prakriti House Sukriti House


On Thursday, 29th October grade VB conducted a special assembly on the 10157184_1181143931901184_3364637051502074829_ntopic MEDIA- AN INDISPENSIBLE NEED. The importance and the reach of the media was portrayed very beautifully and effectively through a skit which highlighted the role of the media during the time of natural disasters. The class also presented a ppt enlightening the students about the facts and history of the media.

11012127_1181145108567733_844294998326436213_nOn the same day, grade VIA also conducted an assembly on the topic DUSSHERA. The students of VIA dressed up in festive clothes and went back in time to explain the origin and the significance of the festival. Through a ppt they gave information about the way this festival is celebrated in different parts of the country and focused on the traditions and customs followed. The class children presented a beautiful dandia dance to close the show.


12189048_1179611505387760_894209894291501324_nOn Thursday, 29th October, the students who had gone for the school excursion to Jaipur, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer gave a ppt presentation about their wonderful trip. They spoke at length about their journey, the places they visited, the things they saw and learnt and of course the yummy food they ate. It was a wonderful presentation and the other students were glued to their places looking at the various colours of Rajashtan and listening to the exciting descriptions of the events.



11th Nov. Wednesday                                         – Diwali Holiday
15th Nov. Sunday                                                  – Founder’ Day Cultural Prog ( gr I to III)

16th Nov. Moinday                                                – Founder’s Day Knowledge Fest ( gr IV to X)
20th Nov. Friday                                                     – ACER Test (G-III-X)
21st Nov. Saturday                                                  – Picnic (G-V-X)

Dear Parents we have Diwali Holiday only for 11th Nov.( Wednesday).

10th Nov. (Tuesday) will be a regular working day. This is unavoidable in view of the preparations required for the Founder’s Day. Please bear with us and understand that we very very rarely deviate from our plans.

I also take this opportunity to remind and reiterate that it is very important to follow school rules, be these regarding punctuality or dress code. We announce the protocols regularly and have these mentioned clearly in the school diary too. It is a known facts that children are not supposed to carry expensive stuff to school- wrist watches, ear rings, pencil boxes, Tiffin-boxes or pens; all these have to be of everyday quality. No school can guarantee that things will not be lost. Yes we shall do our best to curb, control and stop that but more than that ? Not possible. Afterall we all do lose things at home too!

I mention this because, the other day a senior boy (Grade X) who had gone to another school for an Inter-School Foot ball match lost his expensive wrist watch there. Despite our best efforts it could not be located. Would you call it fair on the part of the parents to come to school and raise hell with the PT teacher and Vice-Principal? How justified is it to threaten us with ‘we will file an FIR, and even drag the team of children’? I leave it to you to draw your own conclusion. Such incidents leave a bad taste and one wonders at the logic of things.

So please be cautious about the stuff that you let your children bring to school.

Dear parents I would also like you to know that this year our Founder’s Day is split into 2 days- 15th and 16th Nov. ( Sunday and Monday)

15th – presentation with children of Gr I to III        (For 15th only 2 guests are allowed per invite. Please honor that as we have limited accommodation).


16th – Presentation with children of Gr IV to X.

Shortly the invites will be sent across.

Look forward to seeing you all soon.

Warm Regards

Renu Shorey

Director Principal, Suchitra Academy