Saturday, 27 June 2015


Our Vision Statement

  1. Reaching the Highest Peak
  2. Bringing out good citizens
  3. Creating good social environment
  4. Establishing good rapport
  5. Receiving the best involvement

Mission Statement

            Providing quality Education through innovative strategies that will inspire students to have belief in them and make them become good citizens we are committed to provide the student, parents and the community with support and guidance by providing learning opportunities through various activities.


In our school- community the following stakeholders were identified

Headmistress, Teachers, Students, Parents, Parent Teacher Association, School Management Development Committee, Social worker , Ainthinai Trust, Local Body , Power house, Engineering colleges, Arts and Science colleges, Primary school Headmaster, Anganwadi workers, Police, MLA, MP, Chellumuthu Trust, Madurai Institute of Social Sciences.

School Improvement Action Group

Through Phone calls the Headmistress contacted the stake holders who show their interest for the welfare of the students and community and conducted meeting in the school campus. The stakeholders elected the following members as School Improvement Action Group

In the meeting the following points were discussed.
  1. The advantages of SIPlanning and what it involves
  2. The stakeholders and their relationship to the  school ( Stakeholder Analysis using Bammi Diagram)
  3. The relationship between the school and the community to see what the present relationship is, and what it could be ( Stakeholder Analysis Using School- community diagram)
  4. The importance of developing the Shared Vision
  5. The need for establishing a School Improvement Action Group (SIAG)
  6. The importance of participation of all stakeholders in the SIPlanning process

By  analysing ‘soft’ and ‘hard’ data the following

Learning Goals were developed under two areas

1. Standard of achievement

2. Personal development

for both students and parents and community member

Action Strategies

  1. Improve the School Infrastructure to create secure and stimulating learning environment.
  2. Approaching Powerhouse and Aainthinai Trust, MP and MLA
  3. Creating Display corners for different subjects.
  4. Build display boards and classrooms.
  5. Make arrangement to use library, Computer and Subjects Resource
  6. Develop reflective self evaluation procedures to determine training needs.
  7. Organise peer observation and peer mentoring session
  8. Develop programme for teacher development
  9. Conducting coaching Class for Toppers and Slow learners.

Action strategies

1.    Self development classes by trained professional counselor, Psychologist.

2.    Getting Help from Social Workers

3.    Time Allotment for Moral Education apart from VE Period.

4.    Creating awareness on personal hygiene by doctors, dentist, Health Workers, Integrated Child Development Officers and sociologists,

5.     Routine Health Camp.

Learning goals were refined under following Heads.

Learning goals:-

1.    Achieving the Best

2.    Developing Social skills

3.    Creating Awareness

4.    Developing Attention

5.    Encouraging Co Curricular Activities


  1. Strategy Manager
  2. Action Strategy
  3. Tasks
When start / Finish

1.   Achieving the Best

Head Master  

System Based  

a.   Accommodation
b.   Facilities
c.   Staff Development  Staffing  Physical Resources  Equipment

2.   Developing Attention  

All Teachers  

Attention Based  

a.  Regular SMDC Meeting
b.  Counseling
c.   Creating Awareness on the  need Quality education

3.   Developing Social Skills

All Teachers  

Attention Based  

a.  Health Camp
b.  Self Development Classes
c.   Moral education  

4.   Creating Awareness
All Teachers  

Child Based  

a.  Sensitizing the parents for improving their Children’s education.
b.   Educative Awareness counseling to parents

5.   Encouraging Co Curricular Activities  

All Teachers  

Child Based  

a.  Club Activities
b.  Display Corners
c.   Conducting  More Co Curricular Activates

The ‘soft’ data from the Smiley Charts  were analysed and the following problems were identified by stakeholders
  1. Not achieving the best
  2. Decrease in Enrollment
  3. Difficulty in forming words and writing letters in Tamil.
  4. Indiscipline in Students
  5. Students indifference to mathematics
  6. Poor infrastructure
  7. Less involvement in Science Activities