Principal's Voice

Sr. Praseeba Francis

Dear Parents, Teachers and Students,

I believe that education shapes the character, caliber and prospect of an individual. Education has no perimeter to restrict. Intensive and critical thinking, sharpening intelligence, refining character all are a part of dignified education. Students of St. Anne’s Public school are benefitted by such type of education.  Every individual is a unique creation. God has shaped man in a special way and bestowed upon him many blessings according to the purpose and plan for his life. So, men differ in many ways, in size, complexion, talents, abilities, skills, character and so on, each designed to establish the plans of the Almighty progressively fulfilling the God-ordained purpose of his life. The rich deposits God has placed in every student need to be discovered, revealed and multiplied; and education serves best, to fulfill this purpose. It is the apt tool in successfully bringing to light the treasure that lies dormant within the student.

Annites have the tradition of following the core values Trust in God, Love & Concern, Discipline, Sincerity, Self Confidence and Self Esteem. The salubrious ambience even in the midst of a city and an environment that is highly conducive to teaching and learning, facilitate every Annites to be a better human being, an excellent student or a gratifying teacher. Curricular and co-curricular activities are given equal importance. Students excel in academics, sports and arts. The formulae for moulding a proficient individual are applied from the formative years onwards. From Kindergarten to Class VIII, the students are trained to be courteous, conscientious and committed. This enables them to be competent, creative and resourceful human beings while they leave the portals of this institution.

In short, education at St. Anne’s Public school is designed to identify latent potential, sharpen focus and build a vision to fulfill the mission of the student’s life, with true happiness and satisfaction, making them a boon to society. As John F. Kennedy puts it, “Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength for our nation.”

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