School libraries have positive impact on student achievement. Our library exists to provide a range of learning opportunities for both large and small groups as well as individuals with a focus on intellectual content, information literacy, and the learner. The school library serves as a place for students to do independent work, use computers, equipment and research materials. It serves as the center and coordinating agency for all materials used in the school. We have many books and periodicals and journals to enrich the vocabulary of our students.
We have ensured that every classroom is fitted with multimedia computers. We have got interactive whiteboards by TATA Class Edge. These boards are used along with educational software to help make teaching and learning an effectual, interactive and fun process.
We have a separate and hygienic dining hall. We make the students line up, say their lunch prayers, wash their hands, arrange them to sit comfortably, teach them table manners, insist them to use fork and spoons, keep their legs under the table and feet on the floor and see them whether they are bringing nutritious food, completing their lunch etc. A motherly care is given by the duty teachers everyday.
We have an excellent swimming pool with modern facilities and a baby pool for the kindergarten kids. Swimming gives the students a chance to develop their swimming skills and a chance to have fun in the water.
Our kids play room is well equipped with latest and energetic play equipments for our kids. Fun filled climbing,sliding,jumping and running around-safe and enjoyable even in a heavy downpour.
“Eat healthy; Stay healthy”
Our cafeteria provide healthy snacks, sweets, cakes, biscuits and juice and satisfy the needs of our students.
The school ‘Sick Bay’ (Sick Room), is staffed by qualified First Aid Attendants. It is provided by the school during the hours of 8:25am to 3:30 pm so that immediate attention to illness or injury is available to students at all times.
It is best for your child to remain at home if they are unwell in the morning. However, should they become ill at school they will be attended to by a First Aid attendant. Parents/ guardians or your emergency contact person will be notified to arrange transport home. To this end it is vital that student contact details are up to date. Students are NOT PERMITTED to RING their parents/guardians (via a mobile telephone) themselves OR leave the school without permission. A treatment action plan should be supplied for students with asthma or any other illness that may require first aid assistance at school. In particular, medical conditions like epilepsy, haemophilia, diabetes and severe allergic reactions. This plan will be attached to your child’s school records. Parents/Guardians will also need to provide this information again when your child attends school excursions or camps. First aid medical supplies are only issued for injuries/incidents that occur at school.
The information contained in the link below from the Department of Education and Training will help parents treat and control head lice.
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Our lab facilities are state of the art.
The Science , Computer, Math, language and ROBO lab are designed by our teachers. The wide counter tops and spill proof bottles ensure safety during experiments in science laboratories. The labs are big and airy and can comfortably take in large batches of students. The labs have charts, models and audio-video aids which enhance and enrich the learning process.
Routine Practical classes are conducted in the respective laboratories for students of grade I to XII with innovative instruments of science and scientific learning.
Apart from Computer Science as an elective subject in the Higher Secondary Classes, it is also taught to the students from KG onwards with well-equipped, air-conditioned computer lab.
To equip them with engineering science and technology of robots,their design,manufacture application and structural disposition, Robo lab is set up in our school and proper training is given by trained faculties.
Apart from regular labs we provide time and resources to improvise student's math skills through math lab.
The Conference Hall at TRIS has a seating capacity of two hundred.
This facility is used for Parent Orientation programmes, general/informative Principal-Parent meetings, Presentations, Staff knowledge sharing sessions, special assemblies, special functions and workshops etc.
Chess is a game played between two opponents on opposite sides of a board containing 64 squares of alternating colours. We’ll coach this Brain storming game adhering the rules of the game How the chess pieces to be moved, role of The King, The Queen, The Rook, The Bishop, The Knight, The Pawn, promotion, check and checkmate etc., through a talented and efficient coach.
Skating is taught to the students using proper safety measures.
A martial art is taught to the students using various techniques, strokes and modern styles by a proper Karateka.
Dance is the hidden language of the soul.
TRISians are given the chance to have dance as part of their extra-curricular activity.
Children are given dance as part of their curriculum so as to have the following impact on them:
The opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and understanding of composing, performing and appreciating dance.
Physical development, maintaining healthy lifestyles and wellbeing.
As a part of extra- curricular and also in regular class, students are taught vocal music with proper pitch and rhythm through a trained music staff.
Arts and crafts are fun for children and the young-at-heart. These art & craft activities cover a wide range of subjects for young artists, future artisanal book makers, potential puppeteers, and more. These aren’t just arts and crafts for our students; they’re fun for the whole family too! Our selection of art projects for our students, DIY (Do it yourself) activities and decoration ideas also provide excellent inspiration for craft ideas for our students.
The skill of horse riding is imparted to gain self-confidence, to increase their strength in mind and their competitive spirit.
A group of student musicians trained and rehearsed to perform instruments with a proper beat in drums and march etc., Every occasion is highlighted with the team of band students to welcome the chief guests.
It is the first base to learn Piano. Learning KEYBOARD in younger age might help them to shine as a music director in later years. Proper training is given on these basis and we help in participating for competitions in other schools. It is an ideal exercise for brain coordination, fingers flexibility and so on. We train the students as a part of EC activity.
Yoga – the art of physical, mental and spiritual practice or discipline to transform body and mind is given training in an excellent manner.
The nature club has always been committed in sensitizing its students on issues relating to environmental degradation. It encourages to be pro-active towards sustainable development. They help in implementing new techniques for the beautification of the school campus and promote the use of eco-friendly products.
Math club meets once in a week for about an hour. Interesting ideas will be picked up. To start with something simple, and explore its twists and turns will lead to something deeper. This make them feel that they have achieved something substantially in Math.
The goal is to show mathematics the way that mathematicians see to the it: a living subject full of deep and interlinking ideas, growing naturally out of our desire to understand the fundamental concepts of space and number.
Reading maketh a full man; and writing an exact man. The members of this club are those who are interested or talented in writing. The activities of this club would involve creation of written material in its various forms such as short stories, poetry, essays, articles etc., The best work will be published in our school newsletter “COFFEE WITH TRISians” We encourage creative writing in other languages like French and Hindi and that will be published in our newsletter. ASL is given training right from lower classes to enhance speaking and listening skills.
The members of the quiz club will conduct quiz programmes for the students, and take necessary efforts to develop expert quiz teams for our school who shall represent the school for quiz competitions.
The opportunity to learn basic cooking and specific cooking styles and techniques is offered on our campus. Whether you have aspirations of being a professional chef or just want to learn how to cook, the Culinary Club is for you.
Work Education is viewed as purposive and meaningful manual work, organized as integral part of the learning process and resulting into goods or services useful to the community, besides the pleasure of self fulfillment. It is an essential component at all stages of education. The competencies developed in this include knowledge, understanding skills and values through need-based life activities. Work Education activities include making best out of waste, stuffed toys and doll making, paper work, craft work, gift wrapping, clay modeling, knitting , embroidery, fabric painting etc.,
|Course Duration||1 Year for each class|
|Academic Year||June to March|
|Available in||Pre KG, Kindergarten 1 and Kindergarten 2|
|Pre-requisites||Child should be 2.5 years or above for entry into Pre KG|
TRIS adopts and adapts the philosophy of CBSE to practise education for all without discrimination of any sort so that the needs of this age group are addressed. The prime focus of the school is to a great extent the same as that of the Board. The school practises a skill based curriculum which is content driven too. The examination and evaluation processes are very dynamic to keep pace with CCE. It continuously works on innovations in teaching-learning methodologies by devising students' friendly and students' centred systems.
|GROUP A||GROUP B||GROUP C|
|Biology||Computer science||Informatics practices|
|GROUP A||GROUP B|
|Business Studies||Business Studies|
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