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    Aims and Objectives
    Mar Thoma Vidya Peeth is a Christian School which attempts to impart moral values to
    the children. Its aim is the development of the whole child – physical, mental,
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    The School Assembly
    The School Assembly is held on all days and the Principal addresses the students.
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    The School emblem represents the theme of the Mar Thoma Church “Lighted to Lighten”.
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NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY

NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY IS CELEBRATED ALL OVER INDIA WITH GREAT ENTHUSIASM ON 28TH FEB. 2019 TO COMMEMORATE THE DISCOVERY OF THE RAMAN EFFECT BY Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA VENKATA RAMAN ON THE SAME DAY IN THE YEAR 1928. HE WAS AWARDED BY NOBEL PRIZE FOR THIS DISCOVERY.
MARTHOMA VIDYAPEETH ORGANIZED A SCIENCE EXHIBITION FOR ALL THE STUDENTS FROM GRADE 1 TO 10. THIS DAY WAS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW MODELS AND PROJECTS FOR OUR STUDENTS.
PROGRAM STARTED AT 11:00 A.M . STUDENTS ARRANGED THE PROJECTS AND MODELS IN GRADE 9 CLASS-ROOM AND CORRIDOR. THIS EXHIBITION INCLUDED MANY PROJECTS. PARENTS ALSO WITNESSED THE EXHIBITION WITH ZEAL.
ALL APPRECIATED THE HARD WORK OF STUDENTS.

Marathi Bhasha Divash

Marthoma vidyapeeth celebrated Marathi Bhasha Din on February 27. It is a day which marks the birth anniversary of eminent writer and poet Kusumagraj.
on account of Marathi day school had organized Marathi Hand Writing competition.
२७ फेब्रुवारी हा दिवस मराठी साहित्याचा मानदंड वि.वा. शिरवाडकर यांचा जन्मदिवस असतो. त्यानिमित्ताने हा दिवस ‘मराठी भाषा दिवस’ म्हणून साजरा केला जातो.
ज्ञानपीठ पारितोषिक विजेते श्रेष्ठ मराठी साहित्यिक वि. वा. शिरवाडकर म्हणजेच कवी कुसुमाग्रज यांचा २७ फेब्रुवारी हा जन्मदिवस ’मायबोली मराठी भाषा दिवस’ म्हणून साजरा केला जातो. कुसुमाग्रज यांचे पूर्ण नाव विष्णू वामन शिरवाडकर. एक श्रेष्ठ आधुनिक मराठी कवी नाटककार व कादंबरीकार. त्यांनी कुसुमाग्रज या नावाने काव्यलेखन केले.शिवाय १९९९ वर्षापासून युनेस्को या जागतिक संस्थेने २१ फेब्रुवारी हा दिवस ’जागतिक मातृभाषा दिन’ म्हणून साजरा करण्याचे आवाहन केले आहे. ह्या दोन्ही सुदिनांचे औचित्य साधून विविध मराठीप्रेमी संस्थांकडून २१ ते २७ फेब्रुवारी हा आठवडा ’मायबोली मराठी सप्ताह’ म्हणून साजरा केला जातो.

Educational Field Trip

With a view to develop a scientific attitude and temper and to create, inculcate and sustain a general awareness amongst the students, on96th February 2019 the students of STD 3 to 9 were taken to them Mumbai Zoo, Nehru Planetarium, Nehru Science Center, Worli for an educational field trip.

Mumbai Zoo

First we visited to Mumbai Zoo where the main attraction was “Humboldt Penguins section. Then we went on for hunting the Monkeys, Deers, Penguins, Elephants, Nilgai (Boselaphus tragocamelus), Crocodile, Hippopotamus, A Lazy Python, Giraffe, Hyenas and Black Bear.

Next Visit was for Nehru Science center

Upon the arrival, they viewed some interesting scenes at the place – a model of a steam and electric train and horse carriages. A major highlight of Nehru science center is the three-dimensional science show which is named “Monster of the Deep”. It takes people into a seemingly realistic world of the underwater kingdom, where they can see mythical monster closely. A science odyssey named ‘Grand Canyon Adventure’ is also organised at this centre. This 45 minutes film is based on the famous Grand Canyons of Arizona and attempts at spreading awareness about saving freshwater resources of the world.

Then Nehru Planetarium.

The Nehru Planetarium, has been making learning Astronomy a pleasant experience.
The programmes are aimed at inspiring students. Special arrangements are made to watch, study and photograph Solar & Lunar eclipses, and many such other events. Telescopes are installed outside the Planetarium to enable eager visitors to watch these phenomena.


With a view to develop a scientific attitude and temper and to create, inculcate and sustain a general awareness amongst the students, on 16th February 2019 the students of nursery to II were taken to WONDER THEME PARK , Nerul , ROCK GARDEN for an educational field trip.
The main attraction at the park is the miniature replicas of the seven wonders of the world from which the park has derived its name. Other facilities include well-equipped play area for children with a nice rubber-like flooring, the lazy river, the Khandoli lake, the open air amphitheatre and others.
Our children enjoyed the toy train and other amusement rides , and the giant chessboard where two players can walk around and heft their moves.


Rock garden

There are a lot of beautiful sculptures, greenery and flowers, and lovely garden paths for taking a peaceful walk.

70th Republic Day

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION.

MARTHOMA VIDYAPEETH SPORTS MEET 2018 -2019

Marthoma vidyapeeth school had organized sports day on 8th December 2018 for its students of all classes. As Marthoma Vidyapeeth believes in the holistic development of its students its main objectives was to develop the sporting spirits in the students. The students enthusiastically participated in all the games conducted by the school in the school campus.

The programme began with the welcome ceremony of the honourable chief guest Varghese Mathew Sir and Zachariah Sir with bouquet. The Principal Madam Shyamala Rao Welcomed the Guest with bouquet. This was followed by a prayer torch lighting, flag hoisting, oath taking and inaugural speech by the chief guest.

Our Chief Guest Varghese Mathew Sir and Zachariah Sir declared the sports meet to Open.

Then the much awaited events /games started. The students were divided into 6 groups and to each group teachers were assigned. PT sir [ Sagar PAgare ] patiently explained the rules of the games scheduled.

The presence of students, parents made this events more energetic.

100, 200, 400 m race for the girls and boys was organized. The much anticipated mixed relay race and sack race was followed by shot put, discuss throw, cross-country, javeline for both girls and boys. Ring and ball game was followed by touch is reach, run through tunnel and book balancing , Langadi and spoon and run was also organized.

The events were finished off with the most energetic and cheered 400m race where all the eight members of all four houses compete against each other.

The prize distribution ceremony was started at 1:00 P.M. the medals and certificates were distributed by the chief guest Mathew sir, Zachariah Sir and the Principal Madam, to the winners. The winners were applauded by everyone including parents there.

The prize distribution ceremony was completed by 1:30 P.M.

Puppet show competition and Orange day celebration.

Puppet play helps with learning and development. Learning through play is fundamental to our children's education, helping them to develop many necessary skills. ... Specific benefits of using puppets in child care include: Social skills: Puppets can increase children's communication and social skills.

BOOK DONATION THEME

From this year our respected Principal ma’am Mrs. Shyamala Rao has introduced a unique concept in the school on the auspicious day of birthday. From the long time students had been distributing chocolates and gifts on their birthday in school but now our principal ma’am has strictly prohibited these distributions. Instead of that she asked our students to donate a book (biography, autobiography, story books, etc. ) to the library which will be accessible to all the students as well as teachers.
Gifts do not long last but the books do. It helps people to acquire knowledge.
As a result of this we got a positive response from the students, teachers as well as parents.

The International Day of Peace

Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September 2018 Theme: “The Right to Peace "
ON ACCOUNT OF INTERNATIONAL PEACE DAY , OUR STUDENTS AND STAFF VISITED THE GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL , GOVELI, TO SPREAD THE PEACE AND HAPPINESS.

INTERNATIONAL DEAF DAY

World Deaf Day is celebrated every year in last week (last Sunday of the month of September) of the September to draw the attention of general public, politician and development authorities towards the achievements of the deaf people as well as deaf people community.
OUR STUDENTS HAD PERFORMED PLAY AND DRAMA FOR SPECIAL SCHOOL.

Peace Walk on 2 October

Our school went for a peace walk on 2 October with messages of cleanliness and importance of trees.
We celebrate October 2 as the birth anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, who led perhaps the biggest mass movement in the world. The hallmark of this movement was non-violence. It is in recognition of his contributions that the United Nations has declared October 2 as the International Day of Non-violence.
October 2 is significant for yet another reason. It’s also the birth anniversary of lal Bahadur Shastri, who resembled Gandhi in many ways — from his simplicity and honesty to conviction and courage. Shastri was a Gandhian on the issue of non-violence as well. After all, for Gandhi non-violence was never a sign of weakness or cowardice. It was his strength emanating from a moral courage and the Mahatma was very clear that when the choice was between violence and non-violence, the latter should prevail. However, when there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, Gandhi preferred violence. He wanted India to resort to arms if the question of honour arose. For Gandhi forgiveness was more ‘manly’ than punishment, but he believed that abstinence is forgiveness only when there is power to punish. It is meaningless when it pretends to proceed from a helpless creature. And Gandhi was firm that strength did not come from physical capacity. It came from an indomitable will. For him the world was not entirely governed by logic and when life itself involved some kind of violence, prudence was in choosing the path of least violence. These words describe Shastri as well. It is in this light that we have to understand the significance of October 2.
Shastri charged the entire nation with the same enthusiasm during the 1965 India-Pakistan war, just the way Gandhi had done during the national movement before Independence. Shastri’s famous prescription was a simple appeal to the people to skip Monday night dinner to battle food scarcity.

Red Day Celebration

“The colour of love and smiles J illuminates the air with energy, vigour and exuberance……..”
‘Red’ colour symbolizes enthusiasm, life and vitality. The day started off with the colour red every- where red dress, red rose, red teddy, red car, red apples, red cherries, here a red………. there a red….. red red everywhere ……..our little ones spent a spectacular red day. Bulletin boards displayed red craft work made by the children.
The students were looked stunning in their red outfits. Special assembly was conducted with emphasis on significance of red colour. The young ones sang Red Day song ‘My red balloon….’ ‘Apples are red… Roses are red…. I love red…red, red, red…’
Some of the students spoke a few sentences on the red object they brought from home. Teachers discussed the theme in circle time and linked it to all subjects.
Colours are indeed the smiles of nature….. The ‘Red Day’ celebration was a wonderful learning activity which helped children to sort and classify objects based on colours there by reinforcing cognitive skills.
It was a scintillating day with innocent faces gleaming and reflecting brightness, joy, love and happiness.

Teacher's Day celebrated in our school

Order of Program.

Organised by : Students Councils.
1. First Three periods were taken by 9th std student in all classes.
Program Schedule
1. Prayer
2. lighting the lamp
3. Garlanding Dr. Radhakrishnan's Photo.
4. Message by Principal Mam.
5. Dance : Ms. Arya (Std.I)
6. English Speech : Ms. Ritika (std.VII)
7. Dance : Ms. Rajlakshmi (std I)
8. Poem Recitation : Ms. YAshashree (std.III)
9. Dance : MSt.Soham (std.II)
10. Speech in hindi : Mst. Tanmay (Std. IX)
11. Dance : Ms. Yashashree (Std. III)
12. Poem recitation : MSt. HArsh MAhale (Std .IX)
13. Poem : Mst. Atharv MAlave (std. IX)
14. Dance : Ms. Swapnali (Std. IV)
15. Speech in Marathi : Mst. Yash Kawathe (Std. VII)
16. Song in Hindi for teacher : Mst. Ritesh and Sahil (std. VIII)
17. Felicitation of Teachers
18. Students shares their experience as being teacher for one day.
19. Vote of Thanks.
20. National Anthem.

Teacher's Day program of pre-primary section

First, second and third standard students in-acted as pre-primary teachers

National Sports Day

JANMASHTAMI program celebrated in our school on 31st august 2018

Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm in India in the month of July or August.According to the Hindu calendar this religious festival is celebrated on the Ashtami of Krishna Paksh or the 8th day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadon.

National Sports Day

Observed annually on August 29th in India, National Sports Day is a day which celebrates and honors the birthday of Dhyan Chand- a field hockey player who is considered by many to be the best of all time. Also known as Rashtriya Khel Divas or National Sports Dayof IndiaOn the occasion of the National Sports Day, Marthoma Vidyapeeth has inaugurated the Opening Ceremony of our Sports room.

Marthoma Vidyapeeth organized inter class carom competition for children.

RAKSHA BANDHAN

Raksha Bandhan, also abbreviated to Rakhi, is the Hindu festival that celebrates brotherhood and love. It is celebrated on the full moon in the month of Sravana in the lunar calendar. The word Raksha means protection, whilst Bandhan is the verb to tie..

Marthoma Vidyapeeth celebrated this festival by keeping rakhi making competition.

Coconut Day

This is the time of yearwhen the fishing and water trade season begins again.Our students made products on coconut shell.

Fancy dress competiton held on 14/8/2018

72nd Independence Day

Flag was Hoisted by Our Father. Binoy Thomas Sir.

File decoration competition

Nature walk and tree plantation program

MANAGEMENT MEMBERS ANNOUNCING THE GOOD NEWS OF LONG AWAITED AFFILIATION NO: 1130764.

MR. ABRAHAM METHEW SIR IS DOING THE ANNOUNCEMENT.

TEACHERS AND STUDENTS WHO HAVE ATTENDED THE SEMINAR ON GENDER SENSITIZATION HELD ON 16/7/2018.

THE ART AND CRAFT COMPETITION HELD ON 6TH JULY 2018

Educational Benefits of Origami
Behavioral Skills

Cooperative Learning

A Link to Math

Cognitive Development

Multi-cultural Awareness

Community Building
06-Jul FRIDAY Origami competition I to V
06-Jul FRIDAY Flower Making VI to VII
Bouquet Making VIII to X

Health Check-ups in School 03-07-18

HEALTH CHECK-UPS IN SCHOOL ARE IMPORTANT AS THEY HELP:
To assess normal development of the child
To keep track of immunization schedule
Early detection of disease / abnormalities, which when treated in time, allows the child to lead a normal life
This preventive check-up data becomes the baseline for future reference
On behalf of Doctor's Day Marthoma Vidyapeeth has organised a Free medical camp for children. Doctors from Fotis Mulund had come fo General check - up and Eye check-up. on 3rd july 2018.

Van Mahotsav 01-07-18

Van Mahotsav is a festival which was started by Kulapati Dr. K.M. Munshi, the Union Minister for Agriculture and Food to create enthusiasm among masses for forest conservation and planting trees. It is now a week-long festival, celebrated on different days in different parts of India, but usually between 1 July to 7 July. It began after a flourishing tree planting drive which was undertaken in Delhi, in which national leaders participated. The festival was simultaneously celebrated in a number of states in India. Since then, millions of saplings of diverse species have been planted with energetic participation of local people and various agencies like the forest department. Awareness spread as the chipko movement rose in popularity as a crusade to save mother earth. This year in thane district first time , it started form Kalyan Taluka, which was inaugurated by Honouable C.M. of Maharashtra. Our school also participated. on 1st july 2018.

Blue Day Celebrated in The School 29-06-18

Students Gave Importance of Blue Colour. At the End Jam session was there.

First Day School Re-opening

Poster,Card Making Handwritting Competition

Stutdents Council Election And Interview Photos