About Us   |   The Motto   |   About the Board   |   The Faculty   |   Facilities   |   Our Students   |   Activities   |   Photo Galley   |   Other Institutions   |   News & Events   |   HOME

     

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. Anil
D'Costa

Principal

 

 

 

NEWS AND EVENTS

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.

REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATIONS AT TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
As the cold breeze wafted across a sky dressed in the warmth of yellow, and sequinned in white, mellifluous patriotic voices filled the air. Today, we celebrate our 73rd Republic Day - a day embedded in the lives of every Indian citizen reminding them of the responsibility towards their nation, and to live in secular and democratic equality, solidarity, justice and liberty. As the clock struck 0900 hours, teachers led by our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa gathered at the school grounds to pay their patriotic obeisance, in commemoration of this wonderful day. Fr. Anil D’Costa hoisted the flag. With hands raised in salutations, rich tributes were paid with the rendition of the National Anthem and ‘Vijay Vishwa Tirangaa Pyaara’. In his address to the gathering , Fr. Anil conveyed the need for one to wholly understand the importance of this day. He iterated on how, we as Indians must always remind ourselves and our brethren on the principles laid down in the Preamble of the Constitution of India. A notable mention that was also conveyed was that, the Indian Constitution which was adopted in 1949, and came into existence in 1950 is the world’s lengthiest constitution. Fr. Anil also offered words of gratitude to the sacrifices, sweat and brow of our freedom fighters and to all those who rendered their valuable service to the glory of India.
Wishing everyone a Happy 73rd Republic Day !

VACCINATION DRIVE HELD AT TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
In keeping with the directives issued by the government, a vaccination drive was held in the school premises on Tuesday January 4th 2022. A collective of 105 students from Grades 9 and 10 were inoculated with the first dose of Covaxin. Dr. Charmaine (District Health Officer) and her team of medicos from Government Hospital, Ajjarkad, Udupi administered the vaccine to the students. With able support and co-operation from the parents and students, the vaccination drive was a success.

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS AT TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL (SENIOR SECTION)
‘It’s a time of joy, a time of peace, and a time when hearts are set free.’ It is the joyous moment when, we await the coming of the Saviour of the world, our Lord Jesus Christ.’ Yes, the season of cheer and joy is here - Christmas. With excitement in their hearts, enthusiastic students of Grades 5-10 made their way in the portals of the school Trinitorium eagerly awaiting to experience the joy of Christmas. The Christmas festivities commenced with the hymn ‘Lord, I lift your name on high’. With Jesus’ birth, a new light shone across the world. This glorious light was illuminated in all its brightness as our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, Pre-Primary In charge Fr. Lenson Lobo and Academic Co-ordinator Ms Magdalena Lewis, along with the teachers lit candles at the crib, thus ushering the augur of the Christmas celebrations. Students of Grade 5 danced to the merry foot-tapping tunes of ‘’, a Telugu Christmas song. Blending old Christmas traditions with modern Christmas jingles, the students of Grades 9 and 10, conveyed to the gathering the true significance of the Christmas season.

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS AT TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL (KINDERGARTEN AND PRIMARY SECTION)
‘It’s a time of joy, a time of peace, and a time when hearts are set free.’ It is the joyous moment when, we await the coming of the Saviour of the world, our Lord Jesus Christ.’  Yes, the season of cheer and joy is here - Christmas. With excitement in their hearts, our tiny tots of the kindergarten and students of the Primary Section made their way in the portals of the school Trinitorium eagerly awaiting to experience the joy of Christmas. The Christmas festivities commenced with a beautiful prayer song, led by the lovely children of UKG. Ms Seana of Grade 4 welcomed the gathering. The placing of the Babe Jesus in the Christmas star by our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, Pre-Primary In charge Fr. Lenson Lobo and Academic Co-ordinator Ms Magdalena Lewis, heralded the commencement of the Christmas celebrations. After the cordial welcome rendered by Ms Seana, the portals of the school campus were filled with the mellifluous voices of the students of Grades 3 and 4, as they sung a medley of Christmas carols. Christmas cuteness came in abundance as our talented tiny tots of LKG pranced their way to the tunes of ‘Feliz Navidad’. The story of Christmas which is shared every year to remind us all about the significance of this blessed feast was scripted through a meaningful tableau presented by the students of Grades 3 and 4, who gave exceptional performances. Following the tableau, the students of Grades 1 and 2, took to the stage and rocked their moves on the popular Christmas song ‘Jingle Bell Rock’.

TRINITY TRIUMPHS AT NATAL SOBANN CHRISTMAS COMPETITION
Christmas is a season of joy. And joy came in abundance on 19th December, when our school won the 1st prize in the Natal Soban Christmas competition conducted under the aegis of Daijiworld Udupi, held at St. Mary’s School, Kannarpady Udupi. The Trinity team performed a song, tableau and dance for the competition. On behalf of all Trinitarians, we congratulate the Trinity team for their astounding success; and we thank Daijiworld Udupi for giving us this wonderful opportunity.

INVESTITURE CEREMONY
On 17th December, the Investiture Ceremony was held in the school premises. The programme commenced with the lighting of the lamp. Fr. Norbert was the guest of honour. Joining him on the dais was our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa, Administrator Fr. Ravi Serrao, Pre-primary Section In-charge Fr. Lenson Lobo and Academic Co-ordinator Ms Magadelina Lewis. The newly elected leaders were rendered the oath of office by our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa. Badges were also pinned. The following students have been elected to the lead their school in these disciplines:
Student Pupil Leader (SPL): Ms Ashlyn
Assistant Student Pupil Leader (ASPL): Master Jnanesh
Speaker: Ms Rania
Assistant Speaker: Master Braden
Opposition Leader: Master Harsha
Assistant Leader: Master Sujith
Food Minister: Ms Dagney and Master Roshan
Discipline Minister: Ms Aditi and Ms Ceana
Environment and Cleanliness Minister: Ms Aadhya
Sports Minister: Ms Kannika and Master Ashton
House Leaders -
La Verna: Master Varun Bhat and Ms Amrutha
Spoleto: Ms Sampada and Master Deepak
Greccio: Ms Fathimath Zohra and Master Pratham
Rivo Torto: Ms Clemitha and Master Joel

FAREWELL TO OUR CORRESPONDENT FR. CLAUD MASCARENHAS
Said Shakespeare ‘Parting is such sweet sorrow, but good byes are not forever’
On December 13th 2021, the Trinity family bid adieu to the school’s stalwart, mentor and inspirational motivator Rev. Fr. Claud Mascarenhas , our beloved Correspondent, who moved seven seas across to the American island of Guam. Fr. Claud Mascarenhas started his tryst with Trinity Central School, almost 8 years ago and he has been a visionary guide and mentor in bringing the school to the threshold of success that it is proud of today. Fr. Claud always had a smile on his face, and though a man of few words he was always there whenever one needed him. Fr. Claud was honoured with the customary shawl, flowers and fruits and a memento was also presented, along with a card that carried the wishes and sentiments of all the staff. Academic Co-ordinator Ms Magdalena Lewis expressed her emotions on behalf of all the staff, and students Ms Ashlyn and Ms Adya, too shared their experiences. In his swansong, Fr Claud conveyed that in order to succeed one must have a dream, and be confident. Confidence is the key to success, and we must be faithful in our hard work and perseverance in all that we do. The short programme concluded with the staff and students extending their wishes to Fr. Claud. The programme was compered by Ms Shifa. Special Lunch was served to all.


TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL SCORES ANOTHER CENTURY.

“Success come to those who work with earnest determination, with a steadfast will-power even in the most towering of challenges.”
In the wake of the pandemic, much has been said about the un-nerving effects that has caused ripples in the education sector, confining students to learn from a 10-inch screen; and with Board Exams cancelled students were apprehensive about their future. However, any unprecedented challenge can be conquered with a confident vision. Keeping their vision in focus, students and teachers of Grade 10 of Trinity Central School, Perampalli took the bull by the horns to become ‘matador’ . For a seventh consecutive time, the school has secured 100% results in the ICSE Board Examinations, with fantastic results. Of the 47 students that appeared for the exams, 3 students topped the charts with scores of 95% and above, 28 students scored 85% and above and 16 students securing 75% and above. Ms Krissel Monteiro took home the honours with a brilliant 96%, along with Ms Anisha D’silva and Master Astle Fernandes who scored 95.4% and 95.2% respectively. The Management, Principal and staff extends their congratulations to all the students for the excellent performance, and wish them the very best in all their future endeavours.

ONLINE CLASSES - MS TEAMS APP : Trinity Central School
A wise person once said ‘At times, life throws curve balls that you would not know which direction to look and the future looks bleak. But whatever the situation, learning must never stop.‘
An ominous curve ball Covid threw life out of gear, putting the future of children in uncertain hands. While schools still remain shut, learning never took a back-seat. Education saw a new form in virtual reality, as classes went online. Whilst in the previous academic year (2020-21), we were sending video recordings, for the current academic year we, at Trinity Central School thought that it had been far too long of being separated from our students, and so, in keeping with the times we decided to take a confident plunge into virtuality, by introducing the MS Teams App. A student friendly app, in which through live classes students and teachers can interact with each other creating a class room like atmosphere, that our students have so dearly missed. We look forward to an amazing and successful year, with the MS Teams App.

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY - VIRTUAL CELEBRATIONS : Trinity Central School
“ Yoga is not a religion. It is a science of well-being and integrity in culminating together as ONE - the body, mind and soul.”
On June 21st 2021, as the world came together in the brisk hours of dawn to commemorate International Yoga Day, we too , at Trinity Central School took to the virtual world in celebrating this day. Spearheaded by Ms Sunitha, the programme commenced with an invitation to hope by dispelling of darkness, through the lighting of the lamp by our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, along with Fr. Lenson Lobo and our Physical Education instructors Ms Pallavi Naik and Mr Bharath. Ms Shrilatha, through her thoughtful speech and presentation conveyed the importance and benefits of practising yoga in our daily lives. This was followed by presentation of the most important basics of Yoga - the Surya namaskar by our P.E teachers. In his closing words, our principal shared his thoughts on the need for Yoga in our lives especially in these testing waters of the pandemic situation. The virtual yoga day celebrations can be viewed through with this link: https://youtu.be/BUMq36jyaRc

SEMINAR ON CAREER GUIDANCE FOR GRADE 10 STUDENTS
Resource Person: Prof Ronald Pinto : Date: Monday, 19 April 2021

‘If there is a will, there is a way’. This proverb is as old as Galileo, for its importance lies in those words. Much importance is given for the Board exams, whether 10th or 12th for it sets the recourse to a student’s future. However, one question that forever prevails, which too, is, as old as Galileo is - what next after 10th /12th ? Music soothes when tension bangs. Bringing the students at ease with an interestingly, foot-tapping song, renowned Career Counsellor, Prof. Ronald Pinto, brought in the livery and students’ mind at ease, as he commenced his session with the Grade 10 students. The session began with Prof. Pinto explaining to the students the difference between a job and a career. In a job, all that you work for is to fill your daily bread basket, i.e., its only your wages or salary that gets credited to your account. However, when you think of career - it is not just a job, but when you work with enthusiasm and follow your passion, there is a sense of fulfilment. This feeling of job satisfaction is what defines a person’s career.

A WONDERFUL HOMECOMING FOR STUDENTS OF GRADE 6-8
Having been nestled in the cosiness of their homes for nearly ten months, the wide smiles and cheerful whispers said it all. Bidding goodbye to online classes, the students of Grade 6-8 released colourful balloons into the air, as they kick started their journey back to school. As the curtains were drawn by our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, along with our Vice Principal Rev. Fr. Ravi Serrao, Academic Co-ordinators and teachers; students walked into the school portals under a continuous shower of aromatic petals. Students were also gifted stationary reminding them that, from today, it’s a new dawn towards a fruitful future. Beautiful diyas were also lit dispelling the darkness that had loomed all these months. Prayer is not only our physical sustenance but also our spiritual guide. The chimes of voices resonated with the prayer song ‘As the deer pants for water’. Ms Jayanthi, Assistant Academic Co-ordinator welcomed the students on behalf of all present. Following this, our Principal addressed the students, advising them on how they need to move forward from now on and reminding them of their responsibilities. Ms Veronica, the school Counsellor engaged the students in a proactive counselling session. ‘All work and no play makes Jack, a dull child’ - Entertaining games were conducted to break the ice, helping the students unwind and relax. Following a short break, the students headed back to their respective classes.

GRAND WELCOME BACK TO GRADE 9 STUDENTS
“Toughness is in the soul and spirit, not in muscles”. On 18th January 2021, the wait was finally over for the Grade 9 students of our school. Along with our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, Vice Principal Fr. Ravi Serrao, Co-ordinators and teachers, miniature corona viruses were nipped at the bud as the ceremonial ribbon was cut, and a shower of fragrant petals filled the air. Each student was presented with a packet of vegetable seeds, reminding them that they are the ambassadors of the future generations to come. God’s blessings were invoked as all prayerfully sang ‘Bind us together’ . Ms Magdaliena Lewis, Academic Co-ordinator welcomed the students after which our Vice-Principal Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao addressed the students. The students also had a counselling session with Ms Veronica, the school counsellor. Fun and engaging games were conducted to assist the students holistically rejuvenate themselves. After a short break, regular classes resumed for the students, with all Covid-19 guidelines and regulations in place.

NEWS ARCHIVES


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:
Welcome to Trinity Central School, a school that focuses on opportunity and achievement, a place where students are encouraged and supported to excel. Trinity Central School is a dynamic and progressive educational institution that aims to provide the best possible education to the students under its care set within the parameters of sound values and a disciplined environment. Keeping the motto “enlightenment through knowledge” the school thrives to make impact on every child around Udupi and Manipal. Trinity School is surrounded by the serene beauty of nature. Away from the hub of city life, it has an atmosphere that is highly suitable for academics.

About Us  |   The Motto   |   About the Board   |   The Faculty   |   Facilities   |   Our Students   |   Activities   |   Photo Galley   |   Other Institutions   |   News & Events  |  Contact Us  |  Enquiry form  |  Home

Copyright @ 2010 TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL                                                                                                                                                            Powered by: India Business Online Bangalore.