Day 2 of PRANITI 2024 ended with a very interactive and motivational session by Mr. Pramod Sir and Ms. Mary George. Both the sessions were truly enriching and encouraging. It dealt with the various skills one requires to survive during the fast paced 21st century.
PRANITI 2024 flagged off with an outstanding and interesting panel discussion by professionals from various walks of life. The panel members were Mr. Sushil Aswani (Entrepreneurship), Ms. Priya Menon (Finance), Mr. Arun Antony (Artificial Intelligence) and Mr. Sejoe Jose (Travel and Tourism)
“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” Tattwa centre of Learning invites you for PRANITI 2024 PRANITI – Leadership Development Programme. From 22nd Jan 2024 to 25th Jan 2024 Classes 11 & 12 students of Tattwa will collaborate with classmates, engage in experiential hands-on activities, and build habits as an independent learner and leader […]
The Tattwa students ushered in Christmas with Christmas Carols, a Nativity play, games and a bake sale where the proceeds will go towards charity as part of Tattwa Outreach programme.
The students of grade 5, 7 and 8 were introduced to See, Think, Wonder routine using Art as stimuli.
In the See, Think, Wonder routine, students are sharing their thinking at each step along the way before moving on to the next one. These steps helped the class to build on the group’s thinking and engage in rich discussions. Each child contributed richly through varied and vivid vocabulary of what they each saw, thought […]
Book tastings are a way to get several books into the hands of students to explore in a fun, no-pressure way. We had three groups of students to explore a book each by picking them and savouring the pictures and print in the books they picked. Each group chose between two to three books to […]
If a nation loses its storytellers, it loses its childhood ~ Peter Handke The Book Fest was not merely a book exhibition. But it was conducted to expose the students to various genres of books and introduce them into the world of creativity, imagination and fantasy. The competitions held were therefore aimed at awakening the […]
Indradath of grade 12 was the captain of the Ernakulam team that won the Junior Volleyball Championship.
️“Champions are made from something they have deep inside them-a desire, a dream, a vision. They have to have the skill, and the will. But the will must be stronger than the skill.” – Muhammad Ali We are proud to announce that Indradath of grade 12 was the captain of the Ernakulam team that won the […]
We are like books. Most people only see our cover, the minority read only the introduction, many people believe the critics. Few will know our content. ~ Emile Zola The Book Fest kicked off with a wide variety of competitions ranging from Quiz to Turn About and even a Grammar Game. All the students wholeheartedly […]