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A N N O U N C E M E N T S

 

O f f i c i a l s


Rev. Dr. Fr. John Alwyn Dias
President,
CEB

 
Rev. Fr. Robin
D’ Souza
Executive Secretary, CEB


Fr. Vijesh Loyed Menezes
Treasurer, CFSS .


Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo

Principal

 

 

 

NEWS AND EVENTS

Chef day at Trinity Central School
As rightly said by Julia Child “ No one is born a great cook, one learns by doing”. What more, we at Trinity Central school conducted Chef’s day for kindergarten children on Sept 16th 2022 in the campus where children played the role of Junior Chefs along with the teachers. The entire campus was filled with enthusiasm as tiny tots clad themselves with aprons and chef caps, ready to learn to cook. Food is the ingredient that binds us together. True to that, all the trinitarians including the Principal Rev. Fr. Sunil Dominic Lobo, vice-prinicpal Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, academic co-ordinator Ms. Magdelina Lewis, teachers, support staff and students put their hands together to participate in unity to make the best of the Chef’s day. The children who turned into little chefs worked with much enthusiasm and followed the directions from the teachers to make yummy sandwiches, fruit salad, chocolate milk shakes and vita balls. Children felt a sense of accomplishment by enjoying the food they cooked themselves. “Let’s cook, let’s eat and let’s celebrate” was the slogan of the event. Children were educated on the importance of eating healthy food and the impact of eating junk food. They were also given an understanding of the importance of food and why they should be thankful to the food they get to eat everyday. Overall it was a yummy day.

Career Guidance Seminar for Students @ Trinity Central School
“The future depends on what you do today.”
A quick thoughtful session on career guidance was given by Prof. B Shivananda Nayak, Asst Professor, Kasturba Medical College Manipal, for the students of Grade 9 and 10, on September 12th 2022. The session was followed by a counselling session in which the students got various opportunities to engage themselves and enrich their level of knowledge by live interaction. In the session Prof. B Shivananda Nayak spoke about the different career opportunities to the students. He mainly emphasized on what all courses can be opted after grade 10 or 12th. He discussed different streams of subjects too. A large number of students participated in the event that reflected their passion and interest. An open questioning session was held at the end to resolve all the queries in the minds of students. It was indeed a fruitful session.

Hindi Diwas celebrated @ Trinity Central School
Language and culture of a country plays an important role. It helps in making a nation strong. Hindi is a language of love, togetherness and brotherhood. Hindi Diwas is celebrated in India to commemorate the date 14th September 1949 on which a compromise was reached during the drafting of the Constitution of India, on the languages that were to have official status in the Republic of India. Hindi Diwas was celebrated in Trinity Central School on 14th September with great pride and vigour, as Hindi is adopted as one of the official languages of our nation. The program began with the choir group leading all with the melodious hymn. Rachana and Diganth of grade 4 and Ashish and Shanaya of grade 3 recited the shayaris to accentuate the importance of Hindi language. The tiny tots of the preschool danced to the tunes of the traditional ‘Lakdi ki kaati, kaati ki gudiya’. Further Aislin of grade 7 in her speech emphasized the unfying value of Hindi Diwas and the objective of celebrating it. Afnaz Rushda of grade 5 mesmarized the audience with her beautiful song, ‘Hindi Ho’. Loyal Passanha of grade 7 conducted a quiz to enhance the knowledge of Hindi language in the students.

Teachers’ Day celebration at Trinity Central School
A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way for others. The teachers play an important role in helping the students to become adults with knowledge and wisdom. As a token of love and appreciation for the selfless service and dedication of the teachers, the teachers’ day was celebrated in the school with enthusiasm and vigour on 5th September, 2022. A formal program was organized for the teachers. The SPL Rayan Danny escorted the teachers to the program and the dignitaries to the dais. The members of the Parent Teachers’ Association were also present at this juncture. The school choir group lead into a harmonious prayer. Vonan of grade 10 welcomed the gathering. All the dignitaries on the dais ignited the lamp as a mark of light being the guide to show a rightful path of knowledge. The members of the PTA organized a small program as a token of appreciation for teachers of their children. A beautiful cake was cut by the teachers to share the joy of teachers’ day. The PTA members showed their gratitude to Ms Vidhyalakshmi Bhat , Ms Savitha Nagesh and Ms Gloria Dsouza for their dedicated service to the school over the years and felicitated them. Ms Chandidni Niranjan, Ms Ambika and Ms Vandana read out the citation and all the dignitaries on the dais along with the members of the PTA offered a traditional felicitation.

Talents day celebration at Trinity Central School
“All of us do not have equal talent. But, all of us have an equal opportunity to develop our talents.” - APJ Abdul Kalam
To unravel the hidden talents of our young blooming artists, we at Trinity Central School took a day off from the regular classes and conducted “Talents day” on 26th July 2022 at the Trinitorium for kindergarten section. The competitions were held under dancing, singing, acting and ‘show and tell’ categories. It was a spectacular event where children showcased their talents with much enthusiasm and zeal. Children came well prepared dressed up in colourful costumes to exhibit their vibrant talents. The viewers were spellbound as they witnessed fabulous performances by the little ones. The results were announced on 29th July 2022. We thank all the parents for supporting their children to participate in this event and wish the tiny tots much success in their future participation.

Bharath Scouts and Guides - Singing Competition : Trinity Central School
Excellence is not a success, but a persistent pursuit of perfection. The Bharath Scout Guides Local Assosiation, Kallianpur conducted patriotic Geetha Gayana Competition at Milagres P U College Kallianpur on 12-08-2020. Among various participant schools Trinity Central School obtained 5 prizes. The students performed exceptionally well and have brought laurels to the school. In the Cubs category the little Trinity Cubs won all the three prizes. Reyansh Maiyya of Grade 2 won the first place, Alape Shripal Bhat of grade 3 won the second place, while Laksh of grade 3 won the third place. Among the Bulbuls, Shanaya Angel Dsouza of grade 3 won the third place. The guides group of Trinity , Shravya S, Tanvi M Salian, Amoolya S Acharya, Unnathi H Shetty , Cristal Sharvin Dsouza, Shainal L Fernandes, Shamika Naik and Sanvi Nayak won the 2nd place in group singing. All the students showcased wonderful talents and brought glory to the school. All the winners are selected to participate in the Taluk Level competition which will be held soon. The Principal Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo congratulated all the students and wished them all the best.

Drawing and Colouring Cometition @ Trinity Central School
Art has the power to transform, to illuminate, to educate, to inspire and to motivate. MaryAnn Kohl , an experienced educator and publisher rightly said “Art is a place for children to learn to trust their ideas themselves and to explore what is possible.” We, at Trinity Central School firmly believe that art is one of the best means to inculcate self- expression, imagination and creativity in children. Keeping the same in mind ‘Drawing and Colouring Competition’ was organized for the students of Grades 1 to 5 to enhance their drawing skills. Pot painting, bottle painting and pencil sketch competition was held for students of grades 7 to 10. The students wonderfully sketched their marvelous drawings. The enthusiasm and creativity among the participants was worth watching. The children showcased their creative skills in pot painting, bottle painting and pencil sketch competition. The result was amazing. Children participated with zeal and showed their talent. It helped them in exploring new ideas, creativity as well as a sense of colours.

 ‘Azadi Ka Amrith Mahotsav’, ‘Har Ghar Thiranga’ @ Trinity Central School
‘Let there be freedom in your mind and body, faith in your wards and pride in your soul. Let us salute our nation'
The flying colours of freedom and joy hoisted very high at Trinity Central School on 15th August 2022 on the occasion of the 75th Independence Day as the Trinity Family devoted a tribute to the ancestors who conquered the fort of freedom. While the whole nation echoed slogans of ‘Azadi Ka Amrith Mahotsav’, ‘Har Ghar Thiranga’ the Trinity Fraternity also joined in to enunciate the 75th Independence Day to uphold the sacrifices and hardships that donned the freedom struggle of our ancestors. ‘When you talk about heroes, you just talk about the jawans who are standing at the border of the nation’. Lance Naik Krishnappa Shettybettu a brave jawan of Udupi and a former warrior who served the Indian army for 17 years and gave his fruitful service was the chief guest of the occasion. To the beats of the marching band, the Principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo escorted the chief guest Lance Naik Krishnappa Shettybettu and other dignitaries to the dais. The Lord's blessing was invoked by the melodious voices of the students of Grade 9. Arham of Grade 8 welcomed the gathering.

AICS - Hindi Essay Writing Competition @ Trinity Central School
“Champions rarely talk. They just perform and the world around them talks.”
Trinity Central School witnessed such a champion who brought laurels to the school. Ms Fathimath Zohra of Grade 10 secured the first place in the AICS Level Hindi Essay Writing competition held at Don Bosco School, Shirva on 29-07-2022. Her dedication, persistent efforts and hard work entitled her a gold medal. The Trinity Family is proud of her outstanding achievement. We extend our heartiest congratulations to Ms Fathimath Zohra and wish her all the very best in her future endeavours.

Blue day celebration by kindergartners of Trinity Central School
“Let the blue sky meet the blue sea and all is blue for a time.” - Mancy Barbour
Kindergartners of Trinity Central School celebrated “Blue day” on the 15th of July 2022. All the kids dressed up in shades of blue showcased pleasant and cool blue day. The classrooms were decorated with blue balloons and children were introduced to various objects that were blue in colour. Different objects of shades of blue were displayed in the classrooms like blue umbrella, blue car, blue cap, blue flowers, etc. Children were made to name different pictures in the classroom that had blue colour in them in order to have a clear sense of colour and its importance. The teachers guided the children in making charts that included all the things in the surroundings that were blue in colour like the ferns, clouds, ocean, dolphin, umbrella, etc. It was an amazing learning experience for children as the importance of saving water (shade of blue) was also taught on this day.

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100% results in ICSE Board exams 2021-22 for the 8th consecutive year
In yet another achievement the Trinity Central School, Perampalli has aced the ICSE results with an outstanding performance. With a formidable 100% for the 8th consecutive year and 11 students securing 100/100 in different subjects, the students have indeed brought laurels to the school. With 50 students appearing for the exam everyone has passed with flying colours.
Rania Dsouza has put in her best efforts and has performed exceptionally well by securing 98.4%. She is the topper of the school. Dagney Carol Noronha stands second with 97.2% whereas, Harsha U Poojary and Kannika secure the third position with 96.4%.

While 6 students have scored above 95%, 8 students have scored above 90%, 10 students above 85%, 11 students above 80%, 7 students above 75%, 8 students have secured above 65% and have brought accolade and laurels to the school.

The following students defied their adversities by securing 100/100 in the following subjects:
Rania Dsouza (History & Civics, Chemistry and Biology)
Kannika (Mathematics and Biology)
Sampada (Biology and History & Civics
Harsha U Poojary (History & Civics and Mathematics)
Dagney Carol Noronha (Biology)
Aadhya R Shetty (Biology)

The hard work of the teachers and the personal accomplishments of the students are no doubt commendable. Trinity Central School has created a niche for itself with its consistent performance in the last few years. We are proud of the perseverance and dedication of our students and teachers who have left no stone unturned to outshine with a 100% result. We congratulate all the students and their parents for their outstanding achievement. We wish them all the very best in their future endeavours.

INVESTITURE CEREMONY @ Trinity Central School
To foster and promote leadership qualities in students, "The School Parliament" was formed on June 28, 2022. The students from grades 5 - 10 witnessed their leaders taking the oath and promising to work for the betterment of the school. Ms. Leona of grade 10 hosted the program by giving a brief introduction of the investiture ceremony. The Chief Guest of the program Rev. Fr Cyril Roshan Menezes, the Principal Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo, Vice Principal Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao and the Academic Coordinator, Ms. Magdelina Lewis were present on the dais. Prayer is the raising of one's mind and heart to God which was melodiously sung by our school choir. Handing over the School and House flags to the newly elected Head Boy and the house captains was done by the Principal. The pinning of badges and cincturing of the sash was done by the dignitaries on the dais. "An oath is not to be made, but to be kept". The newly appointed office bearers of the school parliament took the oath principal and swore to abide by the rules and regulations of the school. The oath was administered to the parliament members by the Principal. The customary lighting of the lamp was done by the dignitaries. The Chief Guest addressed the gathering with positive thoughts to boost the energy of the newly formed parliament. The Principal also conveyed his best wishes to the office bearers. The program ended with a vote of thanks and singing of the national anthem.

International Yoga Day @ Trinity Central School
"Yoga is like music, the rhythm of the body, the melody of the mind and the harmony of the soul that creates the symphony of life". The International Yoga Day was celebrated on June 22, 2022. Master Aaryan from grade 10 hosted the program which lasted for an hour. The Lord's prayer was Sung by the students of Grade 9 and Grade 10 for an enthusiastic start. The presence of the Principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, Vice Principal Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, Mr. Krishna Shridharan, former PTA president and the members from Patanjali Yoga Samithi: Miss. Anitha. N, Miss. Latha Hebsoor, Miss. Shashi Prabha, Ms. Shyamala and Ms. Sandhya made the day more meaningful. Dignitaries were welcomed florally by Miss. Clemitha of Grade 10. As light is the symbol of brightness and prosperity, dignitaries on the dais lighted the lamp. Further the importance of the day was articulated by Miss. Prekshitha of Grade 9 through a speech in which the uses, the functions and the results of practicing yoga were highlighted. As a sign of gratitude, Principal Rev Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo presented a memento to all the dignitaries, on the dais. Few asanas which were learnt during the prior session done by Miss. Anitha. N, were conducted for an hour. With heads held high the curtain was drawn to the Yoga Day as everyone joined the chorus in singing the National Anthem.

Student Council Election @ Trinity Central School
True leaders understand that leadership is not about them, but about those they serve. True leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders. Leadership is all about persuasion, presentation and people skills. To inculcate the leadership qualities in students and to nurture them for their future when they become the responsible citizens of our country, as well as to elect the student representatives among themselves, the student’s council election was held in the school on 22nd of June 2022. Six contestants for the post of the School Pupil Leader (SPL) and eight contestants for the post of Assistant School Pupil Leader contested. Prior to the election all the aspirants campaigned among their classmates and schoolmates to cast their vote respectively. Four different ballet counters were set up for different grades in order to maintain discipline and avoid confusion. With great enthusiasm the students of grades 6 to 10 along with their teachers casted their votes to elect their representatives. The counting of the votes was done on the same day in the presence of the nominated members and teachers. Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, the Vice Principal announced the elected SPL and ASPL. Master Rayan Danny of Grade 10 was elected as the SPL with 164 votes while Miss Shifa Jethperwala was elected as the ASPL with 104 votes. The investiture ceremony for the school cabinet will be held on the 28th of June 2022.

Talents Day @ Trinity Central School
Your talents determine what you can do. Your motivation determines how much you are willing to do. Your attitude determines how well you do it. Everyone has unique talents. Talents cannot be taught, but it is said that talents can be awakened. Some talents are exhibited while some are hidden. To bring out the talents of the students, to embrace their ability to exhibit them and share them, the ‘Talent’s Day’ for grades 1 to 10 was organised. It was an eventful occasion when the students exhibited their special interests in dancing, singing and acting. There were different forms of dance, songs in different languages, stand up comedy and acting with different themes. The eager little faces of the students looked up with wonder when their fellow schoolmates and classmates portrayed impressive solo performances. Eminent and profound judges judged the performances of the students. Mr. Manjith Shetty a famous choreographer as well as dance sir for the school dance activity was the judge for the dancing events. Mr Rohith S Baikady, who is a very talented drama artist, drama director, who has directed various dramas especially for children and who has keen interest in training students in different acting forms judged the stand up comedy and acting. Mr Shaji M Chako, an accomplished drummer from past 35 years associated with different bands, who walks around with a vision & mission to make the world a happier place by putting a smile on people’s face with his music was the judge for singing. The students displayed their singing, dancing and acting skills marvellously. The portals of Trinity echoed the vigour, enthusiasm and passion of the students.

Literary Competitions @ Trinity Central School
The classrooms of Trinity school witnessed the articulated voices of the students as they delivered their speeches, recited their poems and orated their declamation. Trinity has been always shining spotlight on the talents of its students. To bring out the literary talents of the students and to nurture them various competitions like pick and speak, elocution, recitation and poetry were conducted on 15th June, 2022. Pick and speak with topics such as My Family, A visit to the Park, My Favourite Festival, Best Gift I received on my Birthday, My Pet Animal , My Hobby, Importance of Farmers was organised for the students of grades 1 to 4. An Elocution competition and poem recitation in Kannada, English and Hindi with different topics was organised for the students of Grades 5 to 7. The students of grade 8 to 10 articulated, emphasised and declaimed the topics given for declamation. The students participated in all the competitions and displayed impressive public speaking skills.

SCHOOL CABINET ELECTION CAMPAIGNING  @ Trinity Central School
"A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way"
With this enthusiastic quote the School cabinet election process began with the campaigning on June 15, 2022.
Master Jnanesh from grade 10 hosted the campaign session which lasted for about 40 minutes; the dais glowed with the dynamic presence of the Principal, Rev. Fr Sunil Dominic Lobo and the Vice Principal Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao. The Principal Rev Fr. Sunil Dominic Lobo addressed all the nominated members and announced the date of election to be on the 22nd of June, 2022. Six aspirants for School Pupil Leaders (SPL) and eight aspirants for Assistant School Pupil Leaders (ASPL) nominated their profiles, gave promising speeches asking for votes and also pledged that they'll work for the betterment of the School, support in the academics, maintaining discipline and promoting co-curricular activities. Creative logos such as Rainbow, Road, Tree, Unicorn, Light, Rising sun were displayed by the nominated members as their electoral symbol. The campaign was concluded by thanking the incharge teachers Mrs. Jesslin Preetha and Mrs. Manasi followed by the National anthem.

Vana Mahotsava at Trinity Central School by Kindergartners
“Be kind to every kind, not just mankind.” The kindergartners of Trinity central school celebrated the Vana Mahotsava on 10th of June 2022. All the children including the staff were dressed in green to celebrate the event. The teachers explained about the importance of flora and fauna in the environment and told the uses of trees around the nature. “To plant a tree is to plant a life”, the teachers guided the tiny tots on how to plant a seedling and the care one must take to bring up the tender ones. All the children were eager and excited to plant and water the sapling in the colourful flower pots in the classroom. In this way the children learnt how plants play a crucial role in the ecosystem.

PTA Gathering 2022-23 - Kindergarten  @ Trinity Central School
Together may we give our children the roots to grow and the wings to fly. The PTA gathering of Kindergarten parents and teachers took place on the 4th of June 2022 at the Trinitorium of Trinity Central School. The gathering was welcomed by Ms. Leslia Soares. The new Prinicipal Rev. Fr. Sunil Dominic Lobo, Ex-prinicipal Rev. Fr. Anil D Costa, Vice-Principal Rev.Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, Academic co-ordinator Ms. Magdelina Lewis and Pre-primary section In-charge Ms. Renita Monteiro were present on the dais. Academic co-ordinator Ms. Magdelina Lewis introduced the kindergarten teachers and support staff to the gathering. Pre-primary section Incharge Ms. Renita Monteiro familiarized everyone about the rules and regulations of the school. Ms. Shifali gave an overview of the bus facilities and the routes of buses that will be plying from different areas to school. Rev. Fr. Sunil Dominic Lobo welcomed the parents and students to the new academic year. In the keynote address, he emphasized the importance of the parents and involvement of the teachers in the holistic development of the child’s progress.

Vanamahotsava Day @ Trinity Central School
‘Vanamahotsava Day’ is not just a celebration but also a reminder to take the best care of our mother nature. To create awareness about preserving the trees and nature ‘Vanamahotsava Day’ was celebrated in the school. The program began with the school choir leading the prayer. Dr. Surendra Shetty, an environmentalist and Asst Professor at NIIT, was the chief guest of the program. The ex PTA president Mr. Krishna Shridharan was also present. Rev. Fr Sunil Dominic Lobo, the Principal presided over the program. Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao, the Vice Principal and Ms Magalina Lewis, the academic co-ordinator were present on the dais. The program was inaugurated by planting a sapling by all the dignitaries on the dais. The students of grade 4 emphasised the importance of saving ‘Mother Nature’ through an act where they displayed placards and elucidated about the same. Ayesha Banu grade 9 articulated the importance of the day. She gave a brief information about the significance of observing the Vanamahotsava Day. She requested her fellow students to take small initiatives in making our planet greener, cleaner and healthier.

Seminar on ‘Poetry’  @ Trinity Central School
“Poertry : the best words in the best order.”
A seminar on the topic, ‘Poetry, a discussion’ was organised for all the language teachers. Mr. Vishnu Murthy Prabhu, asst professor of Government First Grade college, Udupi was the resource person. Mr. Vishnu Murthy Prabhu stated that humans learnt languages through poems. He explained the elements of poetry and the chief concerns of poetry. He enunciated that poetry is the best way to bring out the hidden talents of the students. It soothens one’s mind and soul. He propounded that poetry can be taught in a very creative manner and suggested certain methods to teach poetry in the classroom. He discussed major parts of the poems with many examples. Ms. Volita Lewis welcomed the guest while Ms. Ramitha Anchan thanked the gathering. Rev. Fr Anil Dcosta, the principal, Ms. Magdalina Lewis, the academic co-ordinator and all the language teachers were present for the session.

A session on effective methods of teaching Maths by Ms. Sudha Rao @ Trinity Central School
A workshop for all the Maths and Science teachers on ‘Effective methods of teaching Mathematics’ by Ms. Sudha Rao, Ex principal Vidyodaya Public School, Udupi was organised. Ms. Sudha Rao a profound Mathematics teacher, said that Mathematics was used by uncivilized people too. According to her it disciplines our life, as maths problem solving also helps us to solve our problems in life in a systematic way. She expounded practical teaching with different teaching aids. She stated that the infrastructure of the school also can be used practically and creatively to teach Mathematics to the students. She emphasised that teachers must give opportunities to the students to explore Mathematics through activity based teaching. She mainly suggested that teachers must instil love for the subject in students. She gave different methods for effective classroom teaching. She also gave some ideas to help students remember the formulas. Ms. Sudha Rao expressed how questioning in the class is very important, specially in Mathematics and gave certain methods to make teaching as well as learning effective. All the Science and Mathematics teachers were present for the session. Ms Srilatha welcomed the gathering and Ms Sneha Shetty proposed the vote of thanks.

Welcome back to the students for the academic year 2022-23  @ Trinity Central School
“Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end”.
Drawing the curtains to their summer vacation the students marched to the school with enthusiasm and vigour. With smiling faces the students trudged into the school campus. With decorative balloons tied all over the campus the students were welcomed to their classrooms by their teachers. After the hustle and bustle of their classroom and books, the students came down to the Trinitoium for their formal welcome. The assembly began with the prayer hymn, Here I am Oh Lord, sung by the teachers. Dr. Poornima Devadiga, Primary Section Head welcomed all the students to the new academic year 2022-23. During the program Rev. Fr Anil Dcosta , the guiding shepherd of Trinity Central School, for the past 9 years declared that he will step down as the Principal of the school, as he is been transferred to Bangalore and Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo will be the new principal. Rev. Fr Anil Dcosta welcomed Rev. Fr Sunil Lobo and wished him all the best.

PTA GATHERING – 2022-23 @ Trinity Central School
“Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents.” – Bob Bauprez
After two long years the first PTA gathering of the academic year 2022-23 was held on the 28th of May 2022.
The Principal Rev. Fr Anil Dcosta, Vice Principal Ravi Rajesh Serrao, Primary incharge Rev. Fr Lenson Lobo, Academic co-ordinator Ms Magdelina Lewis and PTA secretary Mrs. Chandini Niranjan were present on the dias. The program began with a beautiful prayer song, “Oh Lord light of the world…” sung by the teachers followed by lighting of the lamp symbolizing the light of the knowledge. Ms Sushma welcomed the gathering. Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao introduced the teachers, support staff and transport crew to the parents and appreciated their untiring service to the school. The Principal Rev. Fr Anil Dcosta and the academic co-ordinator Ms Magdalina Lewis briefed about the academics. The routes of the different busses plying from different areas were briefed by Ms Shifali. For the academic year 2022-23 a new bus has been added to the current fleet of 17 buses in order to offer safe and convenient travel o the students. The principal Rev. Fr Anil Dcosta formed the PTA committee and chose the new parent teacher association members.

Workshop on Sensitive Teaching @ Trinity Central School
“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.”
A workshop on ‘sensitive education’ was organised in association with Rotary club Manipal for the teachers to understand the students of the present generation. Dr Deepa Marina Rasquina, Asst Professor, Dept of Clinical Psychology, Manipal College of Health Professions MAHE, Manipal was the resource person. Rtn Nithyanda Nayak, Secretary, Rotary club Manipal Town, Rtn Dr Depak Ram Bairy, Interact Co ordinator, Rev. Fr Anil Dcosta, Principal of the school, Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao, Vice Principal were present for the inauguration of the program. Ms Aninditha welcomed the gathering. Rtn Nithyananda Nayak addressed the gathering. Dr Deepa Rasquina emphasised on the challenges faced by the teachers in handling the Gen-alpha students. Gen-alpha or generation alpha is the demographic cohort succeeding Generation Z. The children born after 2010 are termed Gen-alpha. They are also called i-generation.  Dr Deepa Rasquina spoke mainly about the challenges faced by the school to cater the i-generation and the strategies to handle them. The Covid-19 pandemic has played a significant role in the lives of the children resulting in a number of issues in their personality. Hence, it’s the responsibility of the teachers and parents to reach out to the level of the students and cater their personality development.

Staff Development programme at Trinity Central School
Every person is a student till the end of his/her life. Nonetheless, this applies to teachers as well. With the academic year 2022-23 about to begin, the teachers of Trinity Central School had the privilege to attend a seminar given by Prof. Ronald Pinto as a part of the staff development programme on 25th May 2022. Ms. Preetha Carol Furtado welcomed him. Prof. Pinto is the current director of the Institute for Individual development and the Ex- Vice Principal of St. Aloysius College, Mangalore. He stressed upon the expectations the parents, students and management of the school have on the teachers and the strategies that the teachers could adopt to make classroom teaching effective. His talk included points on how we could evaluate ourselves as teachers and establish better student-teacher bond. The interactive session helped teachers to learn more efficient methods of teaching and was concluded with ten commandments every teacher should abide by. The programme ended with a vote of thanks by Ms. Andrea Dsouza.

Mind Mapping and Hypnosis’ session by Dr Surfraz J. Hasim : Trinity Central School, Perampalli.
“It is better to conquer yourself, than win a thousand battles. Then victory is yours.” – Buddha
Your mind is everything. What you think, you become. What you feel, you attract. What you imagine you create.
‘A mind mapping and Hypnosis’ session by Dr Surfraz J. Hasim was organised for all the teachers of Trinity Central School, Perampalli.
A mind map involves writing down a central theme and thinking of new and related ideas which radiate out from the centre. By focusing on key ideas written down in your own words and looking for connections between them, one can set goals and achieve them. Dr Surfraz J. Hasim is an internationally acclaimed mind trainer, psychologist, success coach, motivational speaker, hypnotherapist and master trainer & facilitator. He has undergone advanced training in various programmes such as hypnosis, mind power, counselling, neuro linguistic programming, life coaching, executive coaching, Sujok, Redikall and Pranik healing. He is currently serving as the Principal of P A First Grade College, Mangaluru. In order to train young minds, teachers and professionals he has developed a skill development and consultancy named Sadhana Academy. A teacher not only guides students in academics or extracurricular activities, but also is responsible in shaping a child to a better human being. Dr Surfraz J. Hasim edified the teachers to understand their role in stimulating the students.

UKG CONVOCATION DAY HELD AT TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL, PERAMPALLI
On Friday 01st April 2022 the Convocation Ceremony of the Kindergarten Section of Trinity Central School, Perampalli was held with much fanfare at the school Trinitorium. Dressed in a grand hues of an eclectic blue with the golden sunshine elevating their glow, the young minds of UKG walked proudly to their seats of honour to the musical intonation of the drum. Led by Leslia Soares, the graduating class were accompanied by Chief Guest Fr. Johnson Sequeira, Principal of St. Mary’s English Medium School Udupi, Principal Fr. Anil D’Costa, Primary Section In-Charge Fr Lenson Lobo, Academic Co-ordinator Magdalena Lewis and Renita Monteiro, Pre-Primary Section Head. Compere Steffi Saldanha consented the formal introduction to the august gathering, after which the young voices of LKG led all in prayer through the hymn ‘Bind us together’. With radiating smiles, the young tots of LKG performed the welcome dance. Renita Monteiro welcomed the audience and gave a brief introduction of the Chief Guest as well. In his address to the graduating students, Fr. Johnson conveyed that this batch of students are an extremely special batch, who were part of an educational system who were involved in online as well as offline education. He appreciated the children for their efforts and also commended the teachers for their exceptional efforts. Fr. Johnson also advised the parents that their perspective towards the growth and development of their children needs to change - they need to make them more responsible and independent in preparing them for their future.

TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL - ALUMNI MEET (RECONNECT ’22)
The 2nd Alumni meet of Trinity Central School was held on Tuesday, 22nd March 2022 at the school. Trinitorium at 2.30 p.m. Invoking the presence of the Almighty, the programme commenced with the melody of ‘As a deer pangs for water’ led by the teachers. The customary lighting of the lamp is a beautiful custom that lives by the old adage ‘Light dispels darkness’. The premises of the school trinitorium was further brightened as the map was lit by Principal Rev, Fr. Anil D’Costa along with Primary Section In-charge Rev.Fr Lenson Lobo, Academic Coordinator Ms Magdalena Lewis, High School Coordinator Ms Jayanthi, Academic Coordinator Ms Poornima along with alumna Ms Chythra. Ms Sunitha, Animator of the Alumni Association welcomed the gathering. Alumnus Mr Harshith read out the minutes of the 1st Alumni Meet which had been held in 2018. A video presentation of memories was presented.  Principal Fr. Anil D’Costa addressed the gathering and conveyed that he was extremely elated with the presence of good number of alumni for the afternoon’s programme. Fr. Anil outlined the importance and objectives of an Alumni Association in the school. The alumni association was re-named as Trinity Alumni Association (TAA). The main objectives, membership fees, communication channels, activities, etc were discussed. The election of members of the Core Executive Committee was conducted.

Farewell - Grade 10 students  : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
‘Parting is such sweet sorrow’. On the morning of Friday, 11th March 2022 the hearts of the Grade 10 students were overwhelmed with bittersweet emotions as they entered into the portals of the institution for one last hurrah. Led by the formidable voices of Swasthik and Ruthwika of Grade 9, the students of Grade 10 were welcomed with pomp and music. The programme commenced with the invocation of the hymn ‘Oh Gracious Lord’ by the school choir. The august gathering was welcomed by Jnanesh. Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa, Vice-Principal Fr. Ravi Serrao, Primary School In-charge Fr. Lenson Lobo, along with Academic co-ordinator Ms Magdaliena Lewis, Ms Jayanthi , teachers and students of Grade 5-8 were in attendance. Students of the graduating batch - Ms Aslyn, Ms Shristi, Master Harsha, Ms Rania, Ms Prerna shared their experiences of being a Trinitarian. Echoing similar sentiments, they expressed how grateful and proud they feel, as Trinitarians. Whilst they are sad that they are leaving school, they expressed that it is only the building that they are leaving - fond memories will remain forever. On behalf of all the teacher, Ms Jesslin Preetha, expressed her sentiments and shared valuable advice to the outgoing students. Assistant Academic Co-ordinator Ms Jayanthi also shared her valuable experience and advice with the students.

SCHOOL PARLIAMENT SESSION  : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
On 2nd March, the students of Grade 5 - 10 gathered at the Trinitorium to be witness to the School Parliament in live session. Speaker Ms Rania and Assistant Speaker Master Braden commenced the session. The Opposition led by Master Harsha brought across the board the various issues for the Ruling Party to answer. Speaker also conveyed her stance and opinions, and also assured that the issues will be adhered to. The audience was also given a chance to convey their grievieances and suggestions. Convenor Ms Archana shared her opinion and also offered valuable suggestions on how the issues raised by the students, would be looked into and resolved. Principal Fr. Anil D’costa in cognizance of the maters raised, conveyed that the session was good and that all the speakers had done a good job. He reiterated on various matters of discipline and conveyed that indiscipline in any way will not be tolerated in school. Overall, the Parliament Session was a resounding success.

VISIT OF CBE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY FR. ROBIN D’SOUZA : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
On February 22nd 2022, students of Grade 1-10 gathered at the school Trinitorium to extend a gracious welcome to the Rev. Fr. Robin D’souza - Executive Secretary of the Capuchin Education Board. After the morning prayer, Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa welcomed Fr. Robin with the customary shawl. Fr. Robin, in his message to the students conveyed that discipline is a bridge between goal and accomplishment. Only when we are disciplined, our goals are clear and we will accomplish our tasks and win the day. He said that it is important to nurture ourselves in all aspects and by this we, as Trinitarians become shining examples for society to emulate. Fr. Robin said that he was extremely pleased to be in the midst of the Trinity family that has so beautifully carved a respectable niche for itself in society.

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About the School :

Trinity Central School was established with a humble and noble intention of providing all round development through quality education to the rural students. It follows the ICSE syllabus with English as the medium of instruction. Trinity Central School managed by the Capuchin Friars Service Society has a legacy of vast experience of service to the cause of education, having its branches all over India. The School is located in Perampalli 4kms from Manipal, the land of education and 4kms north of Udupi, the temple city. St. Francis of Assisi, the founder of the Capuchin order, born in Italy in the year 1181, dedicated his whole life living and propagating universal brotherhood. 

Principal's Message:
A journey of thirteen years in the life span of an institution is small, yet significant, like a rocket that is shot in the sky and thrusts through the gravitational barrier this institution of learning has crossed most of the barriers to become a worthy entity of learning on its own. what started as a small English medium school on the outskirts of Udupi and Manipal is today very much inside the city limits as one of the finest educational institutions; like a large banyan tree which begins its growth as a tiny little plant and strongly spreads its roots.  The school has excellent facilities which aid in the all-round growth of the students. there is a good blend of curricular and co-curricular activities. The school functions for five days a week and on Saturday various extra-curricular activities are held such as music, dance both classical and western, karate, martial art, taekwondo, drawing , abacus, chess, skating, drums, adventure club and drama.

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