Mrs Rosey Mathew is the secretary of the Adarsha Vidhyanidhi Trust that owns the school and the correspondent of the school .She is an Honours graduate from Delhi University and also has a post graduate,B Ed and M Phil degree to her credit. She has worked with the school since its inception in 1992.The school is her call and passion and she dedicates tireless hours of work to make sure that the school runs smoothly .
We welcomed the new year with resolve and enthusiasm.
Each year should be an improvement on the previous one with new innovations and ideas to improve upon the various aspects of teaching and learning which is a never ending challenge .
So team Excelsior under the able leadership of Ms Shirin Chandy and an effervescent bunch of teachers were all set to welcome the new year.
The CBSE results boosted our confidence as it turned out to be the best ever!
All the hard work of teachers and students really paid rich dividends.
Congratulations team Excelsior!
Kerala went through another flood situation in August as last year.
A few working days were lost for all schools due to heavy rain and flooding.
The erratic climatic change over the last two years is probably going to be a new feature for God’s own country.
Hope we learn a lesson or two about the need to protect our environment to ensure safe living conditions for all.
As the first term of the academic year comes to a close we are all gearing up to welcome the second term which has lots of activities lined up.
The term will kick start with the first term examination to be followed by the Sahodaya Athletic meet, Regional youth festival,school sports, inter school fest , school carnival Smile and Emun.
So here’s to an action packed term which will keep the students and teachers on their toes
and smooth sail to the year end examination and the close of the academic year