It's about time for the parents to witness their children share their learning. The students led this conference while teachers facilitated the event. A proud moment for the child to share his or her reflections on achievements and challenges, producing an innovative outcome that actually wouldn’t show up in their report card grades. Treamisians led their proud parents through a snapshot of what they learnt, how they learnt them and how they are progressing. It was a marvelous experience to see how the children stepped up to the challenge.
One more accolade for educational excellence !!! Treamis is ranked No 1 by the special jury as Indiaâ€™s Best Day & Boarding School in the 'India - School Merit Awards 2017' hosted by Education Today. Thank you parents, students, staff, and the stakeholders of #Treamis for your continuous support... More
Commerce Day was organised at Treamis to give hands on experience for the children on the basic concepts of trade and commerce. Children were encouraged to think, innovate, create and also learn the fundamentals of business, profit, loss and contribution to the society.
The Crafts Village adorned with handmade wall hangings, jewellery, the Eat, drink and merry- food stalls with yummy lip-smacking chats, burgers, salads, burgers, muffins ,sandwiches and other stalls like Funky Photo Booth , Games Zone etc added flavour, variety and excitement to the event.
Kudos to all parents and mentors who motivated our children to think, prepare and participate in this spectacular event!!! At the end of the day, Treamisians did their bit to the society by contributing a part of their profit for helping the needy cancer patients.
As a part of the series of professional development programmes conducted throughout the year, Treamis faculty attended a session on ' Effective management of work schedules' delivered by Commander K Nagraj (Ex-Navy). Revisiting the attributes of a successful professional, Commander K Nagraj expounded on the significance of time management specifically for teaching faculty, benefits of setting priorities based on the Eisenhower decision matrix, which will aid the faculty to become more time efficient and to create effective teaching-learning plans.... More
As in the past, this year too Treamis had celebrations set for the Kannada Rajyotsava.The campus was dotted with vibrant red and yellow and students had the opportunity to share and imbibe the true spirit and values of their resident state Karnataka.. More
Junior Treamisians on a trip to the Art of Living Centre located in the calm, serene and picturesque outskirts of Bangalore.. More
Treamisians of Grade 3 had put up a special assembly to share their acquired knowledge about Egypt and express it through music, dance, art, drama, literature etc.
Indeed, it was a visual treat for the eyes when the students, with their beautiful Egyptian costumes, makeup and accessories, treated the audience with some fantastic music and dance moves from the famous song, â€˜Walk like an Egyptianâ€™. Audience were spellbound to see the pharaohs in all their regalia. The quiz and peer teaching by students uncovered more facts about mummies and mummification, hieroglyphics, Egyptian landscapes, ancient artifacts, pharaohs, pyramids and the River Nile.
Kudos to all the children in Grade 3, their teachers and all parents for their hard work and support that made this class assembly a great success!. More
Grade 2 children were mesmerized during an hour-long interactive and animated storytelling session, conducted by the Treamis parent Dr. Vinod Pathangay.
Dr. Pathangayâ€™s repertoire included a range of festivals across the globe and stories from Indian mythology which reinforced the students understanding on the ongoing theme - how we express ourselves.
Thanks a ton Dr. Pathangay for volunteering to support the program 'Story Telling Sessions by Parents' which generates and nurtures a love for reading, listening and lifelong learning in children. Your fun filled and engrossing storytelling session has augmented the level of engagement and enjoyment for the children... More
â€œEndless beaches, timeless ruins, welcoming people, oodles of elephants, rolling surf, cheap prices, famous tea and flavorful food make Sri Lanka irresistible.â€
Treamisians too visited the serene, tranquil, picturesque island nation as a part of the international tour organized every year to familiarize and appreciate the foreign culture and heritage .
Right from the Colombo airport to the Pinnawala elephant orphanage, to the scenery in the mountainous Kandy Province, every frame was so beautiful, spotless and breathtaking. The visit to the Gems museum and the cultural show which included the showcase of several types of dances and music of native Sri Lanka was an awesome experience.
The unique landscape of Nuwara Eliya , the twin water falls covered with mist , the world famous Yala National Park, the iconic town of Galle Fort, the beautiful beaches the Stilt Fishermen of Galle Province, adventurous water sports at the Bentota Beach , the Mangrove river cruise- all lifetime mem More
Grade 1 students of Treamis visited BalBhavan, a beautifully planned amusement park as well as a recreation center, designed exclusively for children. The tiny tots had a gambol together in the long stretch of well-maintained garden with facilities like various joy rides, childrenâ€™s mini theater, Science Park, Dolls Museum, Skating Ring etc. The place was chosen after a long thought process by the home room mentors as it offers a fantastic facility for encouraging children to shed their inhibitions and learn while having fun.
Treamis organised the Ninth Interschool Aquatic Championship at its Electronics City campus on 17 November 2017. The event witnessed the overwhelming participation of 360 students from 60 schools across India, displaying their swimming skills in varied styles - freestyle, backstroke, butterfly stroke, breaststroke, relay and many other swimming events in seven categories U6, U8, U10, U12, U14, U16 and U18 for both boys and girls.
Bishop Cotton Girls School bagged the overall championship trophy for the second year in a row. The U18 relay was the most exciting event in which swimmers of six schools showed sky-high competitive spirit in each lap, taking the competition down to the wire.
The event commenced with a mesmerizing semi-aquatic dance. Treamis parents Mr. Anjaneya Reddy and Ms. Chaithra Reddy were the Chief Guests for the event. Mrs. Mr. Sarath, the Para Olympics Swimmer motivated the participants through his keynote address.
Treamis faculty attended a series of professional development sessions conducted by the in-house team as well as the team from Banjara Academy headed by Dr. Ali Khwaja...... More
A career mapping and counseling program was launched this year for Grades 7 and 8 to help the students assess their capabilities and interest, map them against the available careers and eventually develop the required skills to meet the requirements of the Universities of their choice.
As the first step, the counselors went through a training session conducted by Mr. Jeevan DCunha of 'mykensho'. .. More
Congratulations Isabelle Dacanay of Grade 12, who grabbed the first position in the online doodle competition based on the theme "Science and Technology' in The Amateur Scientist fest hosted by PES University.
Isabelle emerged as a winner in a national level competition which had overwhelming participation of India's best doodlers who had sent in some thousands of creative submissions from across the country. The wonderful doodles submitted for the competition were put up on the The Amateur Scientist website for public voting . The public voted for Isabelle's creative work and she won in a landslide victory by a huge margin.
Heartfelt congratulations to Bellâ€¦ Keep doodling!!!!!.. More
As part of the continuous professional development series, the Primary and Middle school teaching staff attended a workshop on Bloomâ€™s Taxonomy which provides an important framework for teachers to promote higher forms of thinking in education, such as analyzing and evaluating concepts, processes, procedures, and principles, rather than just remembering facts (rote learning). The workshop, conducted by Prof. Achutha Rao, an eminent academician and trainer, reinforced teachers knowledge in crafting questions conferring with students, and improving students' comprehension and expanded problem solving skills. It further enhanced teachers' skills in facilitating children to â€œlearn on their ownâ€.... More
Treamisians commemorated the Bastille Day (French Day) on 14 July 2017 in its original grandeur. Treamisians relived the history and culture of France and set the stage on fire through their persuasive speeches, ramp walk , music, dance and skits depicting the French art, cuisine, fashion and architecture. Senior Treamisians made it an â€œyummilicious dayâ€, showcasing their culinary skills and creativity by preparing traditional French cuisines, thereby representing the French culture on a platter. The French Day at Treamis was filled with fun and frolic and was a humble effort to reiterate the concepts of global solidarity, equality, harmony and respect for foreign culture amongst the children.
Treamis in association with Indian Red Cross Society is organising a Voluntary Blood Donation Drive at the campus on Saturday, September 23, 2017 from 11.00 am - 3.00 pm. This is purely an effort driven by the Treamis community (Parents and Teachers) for supporting the noble cause of mobilizing blood donors under one roof. The drive is open to parents and staff of Treamis, their friends, family members, neighbours and anyone who wants to donate blood and be a part of this cause..... More
Treamisian Yashwanth of grade 6, proved his mettle once again by winning the 3rd International Yoga Championship 2017 organized by SGS International Yoga Foundation College and Research Center. This is Yaswanthâ€™s third consecutive international title this year, first one being the 2nd runner up in Rhythmic Yoga and second one being the 4th place winner in general asanas at the 6th International Yoga Championship held at Shenzhen, China.
Treamis joined hands with Literacy Whangarei, Auckland, Newzealand to mark the International Literacy Day in line with this yearâ€™s UNESCOâ€™s theme â€” â€œliteracy in a digital worldâ€ â€”. The organizations aims to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies. Treamis student volunteers helped the students of a nearby Government school in attaining computer literacy. Principal, Ms. Manjula Mathew who is supportive of this event exhorted the students to utilize every opportunity to reach out to the needy and educate them. Students promised to join the collective societal objective to spread awareness on literacy and also to innovate solutions to further boost literacy............... More
All children have remarkable talents and there has to be a time to laud and celebrate those special sparks within them. Talents Day 2017 yet another big day at Treamis where the stage is set free for children to showcase and augment their individual capabilities and achievements...... More
Treamisians marked the day with a pledge to honour and promote Hindi in word and spirit. The soulful rendition of Hindi songs, recitation of thought provoking poems, skits highlighting the significance of Hindi language, self choreographed dance performance to the tunes of Hindi folk songs, Hindi quiz conducted by the students and self-composed Acoustic poems in Hindi by the little linguists marked Hindi Diwas celebrations at Treamis..... More
Treamis Volleyball team, crowned as the previous year National Champions, currently on a victory stroll with the fourth consecutive triumph, swept its way to the most prestigious Interschool Volleyball Championship Title held at TISB, through a series of spectacular wins. Treamisians downed NAFL in the prelims (25-18, 25-22) , National Public School(25-21, 25-13,15-10) in the quarter finals , TISB(25-21, 25-13, 15-10) in the semi-finals and made an imperial entry into the finals; continued their winning streak in the finals by defeating St. Josephs Pre University College (25-23, 25-22, 15-11) and bagged the title. ......... . More
Sakshi Arora of Grade 10, an enthusiastic theatre performer, gave wings to her dreams when she was offered an opportunity to perform at a theatre in Manheim, Germany as part of the International Cultural Exchange Program. Sakshi, along with a group of chosen young theatre performers from across the globe, staged a few plays, conducted workshops, visited the reputed theatres, attended theatre festivals and appreciated the unique way of crafting plays and beautiful German ballets. The platform provided Sakshi with an opportunity to interact and strike a unique conversation with the theatre artists and audiences in Europe. Treamis environment allows every child to find and follow his/her passion. Congratulations Sakshi for following your passion and living your dream!! ...... More
Twelve year old Treamis student Yashwanth of Grade 6 won the 2nd runner up place in Rhythmic Yoga and 4th place in general asanas at the 6th International Yoga Championship held at Shenzhen,China. It is quite an achievement for this youngest competitor in the tournament who had to compete with senior boys in under 15 category as the Championship did not have a category for his age group. Congratulations Yashwanth! Keep it up.....