Every child from Std. I upwards is allocated to one of the 4 Houses. This gives a sense of identity, and helps a child develop the finer points of loyalty, co-operation and a team spirit. High standards are also maintained by the stimulation of healthy competition between the Houses. Every pupil is expected to play her part to the full. All members of the Staff are fully involved in the educative activities of the School. Close co-operation between home and school has been one of the dynamic influences in the development of this type of education.
To develop the aesthetics sense and the artistic skills of the students, the school organizes multifarious activities in art, music and dance. Art classes and competitions help tap the talents through various activities. The school choir enlivens every function in the school and dancers add grace to it.
Education trips are a part of the school curriculum and sixty years many useful trips have been organized to places like Kashmir to Cape Comorian the southern tip of India. ’Live not for ourselves but always for others. To live up to this motto, the Rosarians have spent several hours and days in social service activities.
The adoption of Muthuvedu, Vippanur and Pappanallur has created social awarness among the students. The National Service Scheme was started in December 1980 with its first project in Cheshire Home-Kovolong. Later in 1993-94 the Nochikuppam Primary School and the Karunya Leprosy Colony at Thiruvallur were taken up by the NSS group as part of their outreach project. They have been rendering valuable service under the able guidance of Mrs.Vasugi Viswanath.
The RSP unit of the school is well trained in Signal Drill, March Past and School Zone duty. The students are also trained to regulate the traffic inside the campus. The members of the RSP take part in the Republic Day celebrations every year at Fort St.George.
Justice Peace and integrity of Creation (JPIC) the theme running through every activity of the school helps the child to realize her role and responsibility in saving and rebuilding the earth-her home. Quiet hours in communion with god help in the spiritual growth of the child. Retreats and Monthly Mass are organized regularly for the Catholic students.
The world Youth Day (WYV) is an invitation from the Pope to the Youth of the Globe to Celebrate and learn more about their faith. Two students of our school Sanjana Christine and Carol Joella accompanied by Sr.Mary Zachariah, the then Principal attended the WYD at Sydney Australia in July 2008.
The one week conference helped our young students to meditate on God’s word and focus on higher ideals. It was a great opportunity to build new relationships, strengthen faith in God and be better witnesses to Christ. To help children attain a sense of inner peace, harmony and clarity of mind, Yoga session are conducted on Wednesdays. Guidance and counseling is an important part of our school curriculum.
Professional counselors in school help the growing children to be in touch with their own process of growth and its needs to adjust with the changing nature of the human behaviours and to adjust with the family, community and society. Sr.Rose Grace, FMM and Ms.Chandrika are always ready to listen to children and help them come out of their problems. Their kind and gentle approach has helped many a child to cope with problems with confidence and to develop a positive self esteem.
An awareness for cleanliness is instilled in the students. The students are encouraged to maintain the school campus clean and green. The school received the clean campus Award at the 19th Students Book Fair in 2005. As the school takes many steps in promoting awarness about the environment, it was given the Green School Initiative Award by the CP Art Centre. In January 2010 the school released a Magazine which was centered on the theme of preserving and protecting our environment. A grand function marked the release of the Magazine, which was presided over by then Edu. Minister for School Thiru.Thangam Thenarasu.