MARY MATHA PUBLIC SCHOOL

CHAKKUPALLAM, KUMILY

Mary Matha Public School is a Minority Educational Institution for boys and girls under the Management of the Malankara Catholic Archdiocese of Thiruvalla. The School is situated in a serene and ideal atmosphere for education, in the heart of Chakkupallam.
Mary Matha Public School was started in the year 2005. The main aim of the school is to give basic training to all the children of Chakkupallam and its surroundings, irrespective of caste and creed, in the development of their spiritual, moral, physical and intellectual abilities. They are inspired to love God and man and are encouraged to imbibe the qualities of politeness.

Mission & Vision

To provide an educational environment to foster ”the pursuit of excellence” such that every student is given the opportunity to reach maximum scholastic and personal potential.The school endeavors to make learning constructive and collaborative using the latest technology available in Media and Information Technology.
To provide a caring environment in which individual attention is given to the general well-being, academic and personal development of each student and to enhance the total development of character through all aspects of school life.Social Aims To develop through the examples of the school community values of compassion, tolerance, self-discipline, fair play, respect for all religions and faith, justice and equality, dignity of labour and thirst for knowledge.
Mary Matha Public School strives to realize the National Goals of Education and has its own true spirit and vision towards it.Our thrust EDUCATION FOR SOCIAL CHANGE requires, that we make a preferential option for teaching the poor, which is Gospel imperative. In the spirit of the Gospel and infidelity to the teaching of the church and our traditions, we give priority to the cause of the poor, the oppressed and the marginalized.

Aim & Objective

To raise the school to a level of excellence.
Personal Aims

The school aims to provide a strong intellectual foundation that prepares students to continue their education further. This is achieved through a curriculum with clear statements of philosophy, aims, content and assessment procedures.

To provide students a positive, stimulating and caring environment that encourages the fulfillment of individual potential and the growth of self esteem in all areas,academic, social and personal.

To encourage the students to engage in open inquiry,creativity, decision making and independence of thought through teaching Methodologies which encourage active learning, critical and creative thinking and expression, questioning, reflection and self assessment.

To create an environment that develops knowledge and respect for different cultures and beliefs, facilitating the ability of students to traverse cultural, regional and social boundaries and to be active and responsible members of the world community.

To develop within students an attitude of individual responsibility based upon the values of honesty,respect, self-control, equality, care and concern for others.

To develop and maintain a balance between the child’s Intelligence Quotient, Emotional Quotient and try to tip the balance in favor of the Spiritual Quotient.We strive to instill in our students, strong personal convictions and right values to motivate their action. To achieve this we seek to form in them a right conscience in their relations to God and their fellowmen with a thirst for truth, a sense of social justice, genuine concern for others and obedience to lawful authority

Educational Aims

To provide an educational environment to foster ‘the pursuit of excellence’ such that every student is given the opportunity to reach maximum scholastic and personal potential.The school endeavors to make learning constructive and collaborative using the latest technology available in Media and Information Technology.
The school endeavors to make learning constructive and collaborative using the latest technology available in Media and Information Technology.

To provide a caring environment in which individual attention is given to the general well-being, academic and personal development of each student and to enhance the total development of character through all aspects of school life.

School Aims

To develop through the examples of the school community values of compassion, tolerance, self discipline, fair play, respect for all religions and faith,justice and equality, dignity of labour and thirst for knowledge.Mary Matha Public School strives to realize the National Goals of Education and has its own true spirit and vision towards it.

Our thrust EDUCATION FOR SOCIAL CHANGE requires, that we make a preferential option for teaching the poor, which is Gospel imperative. In the spirit of the Gospel and infidelity to the teaching of the church and our traditions, we give priority to the cause of the poor,the oppressed and the marginalized.

Administration

Mary Matha Public School is affiliated to CBSE and is Managed by the Archdioces of Thiruvalla under the Chairmanship of Most Rev. Dr. Thomas Mar Koorilos, Archbishops of Thiruvalla. It strives to educate young minds, their morals and sensibilities. The school admits students without discriminating against any religion, caste or creed and aims at adopting an integral approach towards physical, educational and psychological development of young minds

Patron

His Grace. Thomas MarKoorilos

(Archbishop of Thiruvalla)

Chairman

Most. Rev. Dr. Thomas Mar Koorilos

Vice Chairman

Rt. Rev. Dr. Philipose Mar Stephanos

Manager

Rev. Fr. Varghese Maruthoor

Principal

Rev. Sr. Merybeth OSS.

Vice Principal

Subini Thomas

BOARD OF MANAGEMENT

Chairman

Most Rev. Dr. Thomas Mar Koorilos

Vice Chairman

Rt. Rev. Dr. Philipose Mar Stephanos

Secretary of corporative Educational Agency

Rev. Fr. Philip Payyampallil

School Manager

Msgr. Varghese Maruthoor

School Principal

Rev. Sr. Marybeth OSS

History

Mary Matha Public School is a Minority Educational Institution for boys and girls under the Management of the Malankara Catholic Archdiocese of Thiruvalla. The School is situated in a serene and ideal atmosphere for education, in the heart of Chakkupallam .

Mary Matha Public School was started in the year 2005.The main aim of the school is to give basic training to allthe children of Chakkupallam and its surroundings,irrespective of caste and creed, in the development of their spiritual, moral, physical and intellectual abilities.

They are inspired to love God and man and areencouranged to the imbibe the qualities of politeness,punctuality and cleanliness. Mary Matha Public School always being trying to bring out the best in all students. We provide all facilities to help the young minds pursue their taste and interests. We also emphasize the importance of inculcating a sense of social awareness and true patriotism in the young minds. The management and staff of the school are totally dedicated to that cause.

The Archdiocese of Thiruvalla is a prominent figure in the field of professional education as well as basic education. Mary Matha Public School is a home of love and service, and education in this institution is a happy experience for our children as everyone in this family feels accepted and respected.

Affiliation

MARY MATHA PUBLIC SCHOOL

Chakkupallam P.O., Kumily, Idukki (Dist) Kerala, Pin: 685 509

Affiliated to CBSE New Delhi No. 931024

An ISO Certified Educational Institution

Mandatory Disclosure

Oasis Report

Grooming Standards

High School Section
LP & UP Section
LKG & UKG Section

Rules & Regulations

1. Cleanliness is next to godliness. Students must come to school in clean and neat dress. Uniform is compulsory and should be strictly in accordance with the pattern prescribed by the school.

2. All must come to school on time. Late comers will have to get written permission from the Principal.

3. At the warning bell, students should proceed to where it summons them. At the second bell, they should keep silent. Perfect silence and order should be maintained by the pupils while going out for the assembly and returning to class.

4. Prayer is an invocation to God for His blessings. So, children are supposed to be quiet and keep the holiness of prayer time.

5. All the students should greet teachers, elders and one another especially when they are on the school campus.

6. This is an English-Medium School. You are therefore expected to speak English in the school bus, the school premises, and in the public places.

7. Students must bring their handbook daily, which should be produced when demanded by the Principal or any teacher.

8 .Students must be dutiful towards elders. They have to cultivate loyalty and devotion to home, school and the country.

9. Full participation of a student is a must in all the school programmes.

10. Children must wear their ID cards every day.

11. Students should feel it below their dignity to shout or quarrel, wander about, disturb the peace of others, use filthy language and the like.

12. Children are not supposed to loiter on the verandahs during class hours. Whenever they have to move to the library, Labs etc., they should do so in an orderly manner, not disturbing the neighboring class. They should maintain a queue to keep order.

13. Pupils of one class are not allowed to enter other classrooms.

14. Mass entrance of the students into the staff room for the revaluation of the answer sheets or any other purpose is not encouraged. Class leaders are the ones who are permitted to meet teachers in the staff room for the need of their class.

15. Once on the school premises, students are not allowed to leave the school campus and purchase anything from the shops outside. Each student should bring a napkin towel along with the lunch box.

16. Students should develop healthy habits of mind and body by constant self-discipline.

17. They are prohibited from doing any money transaction among themselves while at school.

18. Heavy ornaments and Jewellery are not allowed students can wear small studs with their uniform. Anklets and bracelets are not permitted.

19. Students are forbidden to bring mobile phones, video game sets, fancy articles, toys and CDs from outside, to the school. They can carry educational and relevant CDs, but only with prior permission from the teacher concerned.

20. Use of pendrive, Portable MP3 player, earphones and digital camera are also strictly prohibited in the class and on the campus. Stem disciplinary action will be taken if found guilty.

21. No student is excused from Physical Education unless he / she produces a genuine reason.

22. Birthdays are for celebrations. Do not bring cakes or other costly sweets to school. Celebrate it differently by doing a good deed.

23. No books other than textbooks and notebooks should be brought to school

24. Students and Parents are not permitted to entertain teachers with gifts.

25. Students shall not bring any eatables other than regular meals.

26. All children should use only ink pens for their written work regarding studies.

27. Look after your possessions. The school will not be responsible for the loss of any of your belongings.

28. Lost and found articles and money should immediately be handed over to the office. The owner of lost article should report the matter to the office at the earliest. Parents of such children are requested to recover the lost article from the school office.

29. The classrooms, the school building and premises should be kept clean and tidy. Any damage caused to properties of school will have to be made good. Students should not write on the walls, benches and desks. The damage caused accidentally, should be reported to the school authorities.

30. Students should not come to school in motorbike / scooter. If caught red handed, strong and prompt disciplinary action will be taken against them.

31. When the school disperses children are required to leave the classroom by forming a queue with the permission of the teachers.

Parent Teacher Association (PTA)

The Parent – Teacher Association is constituted in Mary Matha School. The aim of the association is to help the management in the smooth and efficient running of the school and in planning and executing the developmental and other innovative activities of the school so that it may best achieve the lofty ideals of education at all the levels.

Parents must inform the class teacher about any learning disabilities, health problem, family problem of the child at the very outset of the academic year.Institute arranges Class wise PTA meetings to evaluate the progress of the students.

Parents, teachers, Principal/VP/counsellor and students sit together and evaluate the entire performance of the class and necessary actions will be taken to improve the performance.

Principal/VP/counsellor talks regarding various subjects during the class PTA.
Classs PTA report is maintained.

The parents attendance is taken during class PTA & Common PTA meeting.
Environment, health, public work, civil supplies, child welfare communication, finance, water & Energy home ministry and Discipline along with their Deputies. Students from higher class are selected for the different posts after scrutiny of their academic records, attitude and aptitude, who then stand for elections.