In the Inter school Poster Making Competition 'Green Panther' conducted by Rajagiri Seashore CMI School our students won accolades for their outstanding art work.
In category 1
Aghneya Sham and Azmatali Sanil Mohammad of class IV won the Second Prize.
In Category 2 Jaida Jenshu and Mary Anna Yesudas of class VI won the First Prize and Second Prize respectively.
Abran D. Puthenparambil of std 7B recently caught attention of the media. Abran is a budding artist who draws, sings and design clothes and jewellery. Recently when the lockdown began in the country, he had a lot of free time at home.
At this time the young designer had an opportunity to assist his father in making regular masks for various departments. It was then Abran had the inspiration to customise and make unique masks. He being interested in textiles had a habit of collecting cut pieces of unique material from his aunt Zareena’s stitching centre.
Using these cut pieces Abran explored and made triple layered, breathable cotton masks with a unique cut. He marketed the mask through his Instagram account and in no time the mask started to sell like hot cake. The look, feel and the design caught attention of many and with the media too.
Muhammed Ali, our student of class VI has made the school proud by being Noah guy.
Ali couldn’t cope up with Covid-19. He decided, “let me be a warrior not a worrier”. He sacrificed his birthday gift, the much longed “PLAYSTATION” in order to help out poor children, who didn’t have means to attend online classes. The 11-year-old showed his empathy for the needy at a young age.
He was felicitated by News Channels like Malayala Manorama, Mathrubhumi, Asianet, Media One News, Asianet News and News 18 Channel.
He was congratulated by leading Newspapers – Malayala Manorama, Mathrubhumi, Express News Service and Indian Express.
He was also honoured by Mattancherry Circle Inspector. He taught the world , “Always have an attitude of gratitude”.