We have been offering remote learning through our school apps since 8th April 2020. Five months later, after a trial test week and a monsoon vacation break, we are ready to conduct our official First Unit Examinations.
Dates: 28th, 29th, 31st August 2020
All the exams will be conducted completely digitally through the school app. KGI-Class I will be asked to submit their responses orally. All portions and routines have been distributed on the school app. Please contact us if you have not received the information.
We are proud to have a well organised collection of subject-wise and chapter-wise study materials available on the school app as well as the Pocket Study app which can also be viewed through the desktop and television.
Digital report cards will also be compiled and distributed through the school app. The results from this exam will count towards the final marks and promotion.
We wish all our students and families all the best as they prepare themselves.
We are delighted to announce that MyClassCampus has continued improving the service we are able to offer to all our remote-learning families.
The thousands of materials that we have been uploading to the Pocket Study app have now been made available to view through the desktop (laptop/PC) which can also be connected to any compatible television.
We are so glad that our students will now be able to view materials on a larger screen and print out the notes and important documents prepared by the teachers.
We are excited to announce the release of a second app called Pocket Study. This app is designed especially for exam revision. Like the other app, it is made by My Class Campus.
The app does not give any school information or homework unlike the main school app, but it is a digital library of all the materials, videos and notes which have been created by the teachers for each subject, lesson and topic. Audio flashcards are also being created. Students can also create their own materials for their private use. It is like the Material Store of the main app but easier for students to use by themselves.
It is not compulsory to download the app at this stage but interested students may enjoy using it.
We are celebrating yet another year of outstanding results in the HSLC exams taken by our recently passed-out Class X students. 45 students appeared for the exams and 43 passed. Our school results are below:
Jenny Vanlalnunpuii (L in M, Sc, SS, Mz)
Jeremy Lalhruaitluanga (L in S, SS)
Jesse Rosangzuala (L in M, SS, Mz)
K Lalhruaitluangi (L in S, SS, Mz)
Kevin Lalremruata (L in S, SS)
Malsawmzuala Khiangte (L in E, M, Sc, SS, Mz)
Mika TT Beinghachha (L in M, Sc, SS, Mz)
PB Vanlalduhawma (L in SS)
Vanlalsangkimi Pachuau (L in Sc, SS, Mz)
Alan Lalthanfela (L in SS)
David C Lalruatfela
M Hudson Marasa
Rebek Vanlalzirtiri (L in Mz)
Stacy Lalzawmpuii (L in Mz)
The lockdown continues but we are spending happy times at home together. Class II-VIII were invited to submit any video of themselves making music or singing at home. We received over 120 submissions which have now been edited into a 25-minute Youtube video for your viewing pleasure!
Everything might seem quiet while the lockdown continues, but the reality is that our school community has been just as busy, if not more busy, than normal.
Thanks to our new school app, our students are being kept busy with plenty of work. Their parents and guardians are busy helping them and quickly learning to cope with the new technology. The teachers have all their books at home and are trying to offer the best they can in a difficult situation. They are typing notes and preparing their own resources which will be useful not just now but for future revision even in the years to come. Meanwhile, several of them have children of their own who are also receiving homework.
There are now eight of us living in the school building. As time has gone on we have been allowed to welcome some of our neighbouring workers to come and help us in our maintenance projects. The pictures in this post give just a small glimpse of what we have been busy with.
We have been busy refreshing the paintwork both inside and outside the classrooms, we have completely transformed the stage in the main hall, the sound system has been fully updated, a brand new prayer room has been established and the hostel kitchen has been refurbished and even provided with a herb garden. We have also worked hard to ensure every family has had a chance to buy books, get the correct resources and use the app to its full advantage, always on call to respond to queries.
In many ways life has gone on as normal, as we seek to be a blessing to our local community and especially the most needy families, while making sure we comply with all the restrictions currently in place. All our students’ families are in our prayers, and we thank you for praying for us at this time.
Pastor Emmanuel and his family and team from Laymen’s Evangelical Fellowship India (LEFI) are regular visitors to our school. Our hostellers are always invited to attend and participate in their gatherings. They are faithful prayer partners and we are thankful that they have taken up our students as one of their daily prayer burdens.
During the Lockdown they are making several ministries available online:
During the National Lockdown we are planning to continue offering education from the 8th April, which would have been our session start date.
Even though we are not able to re-open, we will use My Class Campus to send simple activities to do at home. For the best experience, parents must try to download the app. Otherwise, they will receive information by SMS.
We also have a revision app called Pocket Study which we hope students will enjoy using by themselves.
There are other digital learning options available. Many of the textbooks we use have interactive features that can be explored online or through apps made by the publishers. These are not connected with the school but may be explored at your discretion.
Regular information will be provided primarily by the app and SMS, through Whatsapp and on the website and Twitter.