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The school inculcates team spirit and healthy competitive spirit among the students by following the house system.
The four houses are named after the four great leaders Annie Besant, Indira Gandhi, Mother Teresa, and Sarojini Naidu in order to inspire the young minds to follow the footsteps of these exemplary personalities.

NIE [Newspaper in Education]

Reading habit is inculcated not only through library reading but also through reading of leading newspapers. Every student is provided with a newspaper to make them aware of the changes and facts around the world. Even the question paper comprises of questions pertaining to information from the newspaper. Integrating NIE with the curriculum  greatly helps the students to update the current affairs and helps them to improve their General Knowledge.

To increase the power of imagination, creative skill and writing skill, each class releases a class magazine and the class teacher is its Chief Editor.

Lab and Library : A State of Art laboratory and library enable the students to supplement and support their learning.


The Alwin Memorial Public School celebrated the First Annual Day with great Pomp and show in Feb.2011. The special guests were Mr. Devakumar CEO (KVS)  and  Dr. Kishore, Sr. Principal , St. John’s International School.


The Independence day Celebrations were held on 15th August 2011 .
The Chief Guest was Mrs. Miriam Samuel (HOD MSW), Madras Christian College.

Sports Day
The first Sports Day of Alwin School was conducted in August 2010. The Chief Guest was Mr. Karthikeyan IPS.
The second Annual Sports Day was conducted on 27th August 2011. The Chief Guest was Rev. Dr. Xavier Alphonse, Director (ICRDCE) Indian Center for Research and Development of Community Education.
Rev. Dr . Xavier Alphonse is the Father of Community Colleges in India .
He worked as Principal in the Loyola College from 1992 – 1995. He is a consultant and adviser to more than 300 Community Colleges in different parts of India. He was awarded the Seva Ratna Award for Community Education.

CCA Peroids
Thirteen periods per week is allotted for activities like art, craft, Value education, SVPW, handwriting, life skills etc to develop their overall personality. Two hours of CCA per week also include dance, vocal, instrumental, language clubs, health clubs, disaster management club, English Club etc.
Students show great interest in their activities. Competitions are also held to encourage the students. Students are also given coaching in Chess and other games.
Achievements :
Many students have won various medals and shields in the district and state level competitions.

1 C.S Ashwanth IV A  State level chess –(3rd  Place)
2 Mukundan   IV B    2nd place –in state level chess and Table Tennis
3 Hariharan  IV B    National  level  chess – (6th place )
4 Ubasagan  IX A   State  level Chess – 1st place
5 Prince Mathew IV D      International  Ideal  Play Abacus 
6 S. Jayasurya              IV D  National  Ideal Play Abacus – (Ist place)
7 Kalaipriyan                V A Abacus National level – (5th place)
8 B. Akshaya   VB Abacus – Ideal PlayNational level (2nd place)
9 S. Santhosh VB Abacus National level(5th place)
10 Gokula Krishnan VC Yoga – 3rd Place
11 S. Balamanigandan III A  Yoga stage one – 2nd place
12 Vishal VI A  Karate  Green Belt
13 Pavithra VI A Karate  Brown Belt
14 Jeev Sandeep VII C Taek wondo – Gold medal

Investiture Ceremony

The Investiture Ceremony was held in July 2011. House Captains and      house mistresses were selected. Badges were handed over to the leaders followed by oath taking. The candle lighting ceremony promised that these leaders will be guiding the other students towards academic prosperity.

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