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NEWS LETTER 18th August 2017


Namaste Dear Parents,“Here is your country. Cherish the natural wonders, cherish the natural resources, cherish the history and romance as a sacred heritage, for your children and your children’s children. Do not let selfish men or greedy interests skin your country of its beauty, its riches or its romance.”       Theodore Roosevelt

Here’s the fortnightly round up of the week that had our 71st Independence Day too.


“May the sun of his course visit no land more free, more happy, more lovely, than this our own country.”  Shaheed Sardar Bhagat Singh.

This week was filled with colourful celebrations, inspiring competitive talks and fun visits.


Janmashtami festival was celebrated with great zeal and pomp by the children of Pre-primary at Suchitra Academy on Thursday, 10th August. Children came in, dressed as Krishna and Radha. The pre-primary was decorated colourfully to mark the birth of the deity. Children celebrated the occasion by singing and dancing with great joy. The ‘Matki Todh’ ceremony also happened amidst much enthusiasm.


As a part of the ongoing theme ‘Community Helpers’ the tiny tots of kindergarten visited a nearby police station on Friday, 11th August, to become more knowledgeable about the community helper ‘A Police Officer’. They were excited to see police officers dressed in their uniforms and were curious to see their equipment. They were given a brief tour of all the control rooms in the police station and were inquisitive to learn how police officers catch thieves and safeguard lives.

20645571_1809191025763135_1825778990841262192_oPatriotic fervour in children is an exciting part of pre-school. With so many events and holidays to celebrate Indian traditional festivals  and national festivals, it has been easy to talk to children about India.TALK ON OUR NATIONAL LEADERS

To imbibe great qualities of our national leaders and also to help build confidence and effective communication skills among our (bundles of talent) children, a competitive talk on our National Leaders was held on Friday, 18th  August. The efforts of teachers and cooperation of parents clearly reflected through this activity.



A special assembly was conducted on Thursday, 17th August, to celebrate the richud culture of India. The colours of India were showcased by our pre-primary teachers, who were traditionally attired representing different states of our country. The message conveyed was that these dresses carry with them our age old traditions that keep us connected to our roots and make us enjoy our vibrant culture.


Green Day was celebrated on Friday, 18th August 2017, in an instructive way. Children learned about the importance of green colour and the positive effects it has on our lives. The shades of green filled the air with freshness and bliss. It was indeed an invigorating, reviving and rejuvenating experience.


Wednesday, 23rd August        : Visit to Sarva Dharm Sthal

Friday, 25th August                 : Ganesh Chaturti Holiday

Saturday, 26th August              : WORKING DAY                                                                              

Tuesday, 29th August              : Indian Festive Week- Various ways Hindus Celebrate

Wednesday, 30th August         : Indian Festive Week-Muslim Festive Celebration

Thursday, 31st August   : Indian Festive Week – Christian Festive Celebration


It is rightly said, ” Reading gives us a place to go when we have no place to go’ and Grade III C reminded us of this through their special assembly presentation on the topic THE WORLD IN MY HAND- A BOOK on Friday, 21st July. Students spoke about the joys of reading in addition to dancing to the beat of a song praising books.SPECIAL ASSEMBLIES

Grade II A showcased GIVING as the theme through their assembly presentation- THE 2a1GIVING TREE by Shel Silverstein on Wednesday, 9thAugust. The class focussed on parents being the biggest givers of all time. Videos of quality time that they spent with their children were displayed in addition to a dramatized version of the story and song presented by the children.


20638246_1807034989312072_7623486527769553280_nFriday, 18th August Grade V B presented a special Assembly on ‘The Power of Silence’. It is about how we have lost internal and external silence in the techno- noisy world and the ways of achieving it through simple means. They also showed  how and when silence can be exercised to make our lives easier and more enjoyable.



INDEPENDENCE DAY was celebrated in our school to mark the 71st year of freedom from the British rule.
The programme started with flag hosting by our Managing-Director, Mr.Praveen Raju. On this patriotic occasion, the students of Grade VI showcased a colorful presentation of India’s vision, through their performance, depicting different facets of our glorious freedom struggle AND THE STRUGGLES THAT EXIST TODAY TOO.

And to keep with the ideology of the day, members of the ISHA FOUNDATION spoke id r3about the need to raise awareness about the rivers which are the life of India, but are depleting and the need to be proactive about it.





On Wednesday, 16th August P.V. Sindhu Olympic Silver Medallist, Shri P.V. Ramana, Arjuna Awardee, Shri B. Janardhan Reddy, GHMC Commissioner, Shri Sudhamsh, Dy Commissioner, GHMC graced the occasion. The students were introduced to the Haritha Haram project of the Government of Telangana. The students’ excitement knew no bounds when they saw P.V. Sindhu walking about in the campus.  While addressing the students, Sindhu emphasized on the need to strike a balance between studies and sports.


Suchitra Badminton Academy, the first of its kind sports school for Badminton in India had its formal inauguration. The academy was formally inaugurated by P.V. Sindhu on Wednesday, 16th August. She appreciated the concept of integrating studies with badminton coaching and was amazed at the well-equipped facility.




22nd August, Tuesday                   :  IV C PBL

24th August, Thursday                  : Inter-House Basketball Semi-Finals- Grades IV-X

QCT- How to be safe- Grades I-III

25th August, Friday                       : Holiday- Ganesh Chaturthi

26th August, Saturday                  : WORKING DAY IV D PBL

28th August, Monday                   : Grade III – Visit to A Farm

29th August, Tuesday                   : Grade II – Visit to A Farm

31st August, Thursday                  : Inter-House Basket Ball Finals – Grades IV to X

Cooking without fire – Grades I to II

*The invites will be sent for the PBL( Project based Learning ) presentations.

Hence life goes on at Suchitra. Action packed, fun and educative where every child must get the opportunity remains the by word and the Mantra.

A personal thank you to all of you, dear parents, for supporting us.

I must acknowledge that turn up has tremendously improved and defaulters are few.

I must also acknowledge that parking woes are much lesser too. I am sure it’s a result of your showing restraint and patience.

Let us work together at some of these extremely important virtues.


Warm Regards

Renu  Shorey

Director Principal, Suchitra Academy

Contributions : Deepa.k, Anne.I, Satya.S, Sujana.L, Shyam, Sirisha

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NEWS LETTER 04th August 2017

                                                        NEWS FROM PRE PRIMARY

 Namaste Dear Parents,

The week has been filled with proud moment after moment! Our students have raised the bar in terms of standard and expectations in everything that they put their gifted minds to.

Please read on……….

“Creativity is contagious, pass it on” Albert Einstein.

We are happy to keep you posted about the various events and happenings at Suchitra Pre-school!!


Understanding poems makes children more sensitive and they gain confidence as they learn to speak more accurately and persuasively about any piece of writing. Keeping this in mind Inter School Recitation competition was organised by our school on Tuesday , 25th July with full zest and enthusiasm.


‘Live, Create, Tell the story, Repeat’. We hosted an Inter School Story telling competition for students on Wednesday, 26th July.  Students from various schools participated with great enthusiasm and came up with the most interesting stories. The performance of the students was adjudged on the basis of their dramatization, confidence level and expressions. Ishaanvi of Sr. KG ‘A’ bagged the 1st prize.


‘Creativity is not an option, it is essential’ and focusing on the same, we at Suchitra Academy celebrated our Theme End Presentation on Friday, 28th July, amidst great vibrancy and elation. The programme based on ‘Change is constant and Machines’ commenced with a beautiful prayer song followed by scintillating dance performances and very well-enacted skits. The stage presence and poise the children showed while speaking their pieces left us thrilled and you all in awe. !!!!   The programme culminated with the National Anthem.


Remain curious and keep learning, and so on Tuesday , 1st August, our new theme ‘Discovery of India and People who help us’ was introduced to the students through a brief PowerPoint Presentation. In this theme children will be learning about various facts of our country India. They will also learn about what ‘community’ is and  community helpers’ role in our lives.


Monday, 7th August                 : Raksha Bandhan Holiday.

Friday, 11th August                  : Visit to the Police Station.

Monday, 14th August               : Janmashtami Holiday.

Tuesday, 15th August               : Independence Day.

Friday, 18th August                  : Sr. KG Competition ‘Talk on Our National Leaders’.

Friday, 18th  August                 : Green Day.

                                                NEWS FROM HIGH SCHOOL 

TALEN TIME :  The annual event to encourage the love of words was celebrated on 25th and 26th July – a culmination of two weeks of strenuous rounds of eliminations in class, semi-finals and the inter-house finale. 19 schools and 250 participants, from all over Hyderabad participated in this event, making it a grand success.

Day 1Ms Baljit Kaur, Ms Uma Shankar, Ms Nina Nanda and Ms Arogya Mary Kantha  all renowned names in the teaching field, were the Chief Guests for the day  and our honorable judges. It was the day of Recitation, Extempore, Mad- Ad, Oration and Declamation. The poise and confidence with which the participants spoke was appreciated by all.

Day 2Ms Santha John, Ms Urmila Mahjan, Ms Mallika Rao and Ms Sona Hanvi were the judges on the second day of the competition. This day kept the audience on the edge of their seats with the debate and storytelling competitions. At the same time the poetry and creative writing competitions highlighted the participants’ power of expression, empathy and critical thinking. The final debate was between St. Micheal’s School and Suchitra Academy. The Suchitrans, Paridhi Sarda and Aryan Manoj (Grade X) did us proud when they took the honour of being the best debating team.

 On Wednesday, 2nd August our students had gone to Kennedy High The Global School to take part in their Literary Festival. Our children won prizes in almost all the categories that they participated in.   

Name Class & Sec Literary Event Position Secured
KRISHIV GUBBA VII Short Story Writing First
OM DHOTRE VIII Spell Bee Seniors Second
CHHAVI OJHA VII Elocution Third
MANAS JAIN VII Extempore Third


A MEDICAL CAMP was conducted in the school on 24th and 27th July for general check-up and dental health of the students by Dr.Kiran from Aadithya Hospital, who is the  parent of  Kinnera Ababala and Dhruv Kumar Naidu.  Sincere thanks Dr. Kiran. 1000 odd students from Kinder-garten to Class X were screened and necessary health advice was provided to the students.


Grade III D presented a much needed reminder through a special assembly titled BE A RAINBOW IN SOMEONE ELSE’S CLOUD on Tuesday, 1st August. Dr. Maya Angelou’s quote that God put a rainbow in the cloud, honours the idea that we can all, through small acts of kindness, “Be a Rainbow in Someone Else’s Cloud,” no matter who they are. Grade III D very beautifully through a dance, video and song brought out the theme of the presentation.


On Friday, 21st July the students of Grade VIII visited DEVNAR, SCHOOL FOR THE 11227663_1786185838063654_4297801857785979908_o_1BLIND and came back richer for the experience. They learnt how the visually challenged cope with their handicap and how many of them have gone on to do outstandingly well in their chosen fields. Our students were given a demonstration of how the Braille language helps the blind kids in learning and how special software helps the blind kids in using the computer. Children came back wide-eyed with what they saw and felt

w3On Friday, 4th August we organized a workshop for Teachers on the subject  ‘Developing Language & Learning Resources’.  Ms. Rita Odumosu from UK, was the Resource person. In all there were 65 participants including 17 teachers from other schools. The workshop started at 8.30 in the morning and went on till 3.45p.m. It was an amazing learning experience and one that will go a long way in equipping us to be better teachers and communicators


Please note – PT 2 scheduled for 4th August has been postponed to 16th August for Grades:  IV-VIII

5th August, Saturday                         : PMI for Grades I-VIII

7th August, Monday                          : Holiday- Raksha Bandhan

14th August, Monday                        : Holiday- Janmashtami

15th August, Tuesday                        : Independence Day Celebration

17th August, Thursday                      : PBL Presentation – Grades IV A, VII A and VII B

17th August, Thursday                      : Wall Magazine Competition Grades V- VIII

18th August, Friday                           : PBL Presentation – Grade IV B

21st August, Wednesday                   : PBL Presentation – Grades IV C and IV D

Dear parents, I have sent a mail the other day regarding turn out and discipline issues. Hope you have had the time to go through it. Kindly make a note of all that is mentioned there. I, once again, seek your help in all our endeavours and I am sure you will pitch in.As usual it has been a very hectic two weeks and we seem to be heading into yet another similar time ahead. It is by choice because whatever we do, we do, with the conviction that it is the best possible way to provide for our children.

Another area where you will have to help yourself and the school is parking issues during arrival and departure times. There is no way the school can provide parking to the ever increasing number of cars. I am sure you would not want us to destroy our beautiful campus for that purpose.

 Then what is the option ?

Well ! as I see it, the only option is to respect what the team of security and our school people is telling you and to exercise some patience and respect for all others (including other parents and school staff). Being rude or abusive or impatient will only make matters worse. Kindly do not park, blocking other cars or our buses exit routes. If there is no place then wait while some place gets done. It will happen, since no one has come to school to stay here. Let’s set good examples for our children. This will help all of us. This is my sincere plea to all.

Warm Regards

Renu Shorey

Director Principal, Suchitra Academy

 Contributions : Deepa.k, Anne.I, Satya.S, Sujana.L, Shyam, Sirisha

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