Pallavi Model School
The students of pre-primary along with the students I and II classes participated enthusiastically in the Ram Navami celebrations
The PowerPoint presentations shared by the students highlighted the message about bookreading, poetry and literature exchanges that promote the English language made the event informative and enlightening.
The top ten world heritage sites were explained through powerpoint presentations, pictures videos etc at the programme
The students of nursery and pre-primary I, II participated enthusiastically in virtual celebrations.
The teachers have risen quickly to the occasion and adapted themselves according to the changing times. They almost became like frontline workers in the arena of teaching.
The theme of the Annual Day was ‘Retro to Metro’ and Graduation Day was ‘Sayonara.’
During the assembly, students presented the life and work of Sir C V Raman through a creative PowerPoint presentation.
The recent achievement of NASA's rover safe and successful landing was shown through a virtual tour to the students.
The learners, as always, were brimming with ideas: We need to respect our mother tongue, it is who we are.
Speaking on the occasion Principal T Tanuja lauded the efforts of the teachers and the students who have worked as a great team and collaborated to make the virtual event a grand success.
Students attended the assembly in large numbers and were very excited to learn about the importance of the day
Students of Pallavi Model School, Alwal celebrated the festival in the special assembly online. Children performed dance and songs dedicated to Goddess Saraswati.
Sarojini Naidu was born in a Bengali family in Hyderabad in 1879.
Students traveled to the Arctic virtually to take a deep dive into that region's unique ecosystem encouraging them to seek knowledge to fulfill their learning needs.
In the celebration, students discussed why the day is celebrated and what is the purpose of it.