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The Institute of the Carmelite Sisters of St. Teresa (C.S.S.T) was founded in 1887 by Mother Teresa of St. Rose of Lima(a resident of Chennai) in the town of Ernakulam in Kerala.It was a time when the vast majority of people were living in squalor and misery and the poor were compelled to be on the streets to earn a living. A caste-ridden society was the order of the day.Mother Teresa, an educationist with a spiritual and social thrust and great zeal, was convinced that all human beings are children of God, with a right to live in dignity.With the first foundation, St. Teresa’s Covent Ernakulam, she started a school where all types of students, irrespective of their social and financial status, were admitted.
 
 
 
 
 
Cultural Club
 
Prithvi Vandana

Prithvi Vandhana is a national festival on Global warming and climate change. An Inter school competition was conducted in the school auditorium by the Panasonic India limited with its implementing Eco roots foundation of India. There are seven school took part in this competition. The Programme was presided over by Mr. H.V Girish (Dstrict Forest Officer), Mr .Radhika Kalia (corporate Head of Panasonic India Ltd), Mr.Tarun Ghosh (Director of National school of Drama) and Mr. Rakesh Khatri (Trustee of Eco Roots Foundation).  
The school level competition help the children to prepare for Each school was provided with an environmental theme on Global Warming. This created and enhanced awareness among the students that the increased use of chlorofluorocarbon and aresols has led to depletion of ozone layer which in turn has resulted in Global warming and climate change and the importance to reduce the use of chlorofluorocarbon and aresole which will help in maintain the ecological balance on the earth. The programme was informative, creative and made everyone fully aware of their responsibility, to respect and preserve the delicate balance of the nature The city round was won by Holy angels’ Convent School which now compete in the zonal rounds in the month of November.

Out reaching programme

With the aim towards inculcating the virtues of sharing and caring in our students, principal , few teachers and group of students of social action club visited a slum in our neighbourhood on 22nd August 2012. The students interacted with the people and came to know the pathetic condition of their life situation. This visit made out students to feel for others and also how grateful they should be since God has blessed them with everything in abundance. They sang inspiring songs, spoke importance of cleanliness and distributed eatables and materials.  
The school level competition help the children to prepare for the interschool competitions held at the district or city level where the children are regularly sent to participate.

The aim of the Cultural Club is not only to develop tha aesthetic skills of the students but also to give the best of values and k knowledge of Indian culture and tradition. Love and a sense of service for the motherland is inculcated through various inter-house competitions like tableaus, patriotic plays and songs. Folk Songs and dances, classical songs and dances give expression to the multifaceted talents of the children and help to keep alive the eternal rich heritage of India. 
The school level competition help the children to prepare for The aim was not only to distribute the gifts and materials among this slum dwellers but also to provide mental and emotional support and sense of equality so that everyone can live this beautiful life.

















 
 
 
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