21/10 to 25/10

“Success is a journey, not a destination.

  The doing is often more important than the outcome.” – Arthur Ashe.

Dear Parents,

Confidence is one of the greatest gifts a parent can give their child. Self-confidence comes from a sense of competence. A confident child needs a positive and realistic perception of his or her abilities. This arises out of achievements, great and small. Your encouraging words can help develop this confidence, especially when you refer to your child’s specific efforts or abilities.

From taking their first steps to learning how to read, children gain self-confidence as they master new skills. This gives them the courage to continue to explore and expand their abilities. As you encourage their independence, you may also need to help them talk through their frustrations and fears. As you see them express interest in trying something new, teach them strategies that will help them master the skill. They will develop confidence as they practice these new tasks and recognize their progress.

Our first Broadway is one such step to help build this in our children and dear parents we need your whole hearted support to help make this event a grand success.

The Early Years Broadway is a collaborative event. We are excited to have all 5 Early Years schools which come under the TRINS umbrella coordinating and jointly putting up a show. We are truly excited to see all our children on stage starting right from the infants.

We request you to please inform all your friends and family to attend the first ever ‘Early Years- TRINS Broadway’. Entry passes will be available at school from next week. Kindly do let us know how many passes you will be needing, this will help plan logistics.

You could send a message on the APP to us with number of passes to be reserved for you and family- The cost of each pass is Rs 500/-

The proceeds of the event will be donated to a social service cause as is the tradition at TRINS. Details of the beneficiaries will be shared shortly.

SAVE THE DATE- 16th November 2019

Logistics and planning is complex and will require the minutest detail to be taken care of. We have a run through at the venue two days prior and then the final day. For this we have a meeting on the 16th of November to appraise you of each detail and request at least one parent of each child to mandatorily attend.


We are very fortunate to have Mr Sanjay Prabhakaran the PYP coordinator of our school giving us a presentation on the ‘Value and Benefits of the IB curriculum’, a topic that many parents have asked for in the PTM feedback form. This will also be on the same day- 16th November 2019. Parents it will be great if you could attend the same as well.

The Agenda is as follow- Saturday 16th November 2019

  • 10:00 am- 10:45am The IB Curriculum
  • 10:45am – 11:00am Tea Break
  • 11:00am- 11:45am- The Broadway Information Session

We understand that parking is a concern, we can have the school van pick you up from the Techno park visitors’ parking lot- We will run two shuttles for that one day. One at 9:30 am and one at 9:45 am. Drop back at 12:00 noon. Kindly let us know if you wish to avail this shuttle option on the 16th of November.

Kindly send Rs 1750/- in a sealed labelled envelope on Monday 28th for the costume that we have ordered for your child.

This past WOW Wednesday, the festive mood continued at the centre- ‘Diwali’ was a warm and colourful celebration – Almost all the children came dressed in their best finery and the festive ambience was beautiful. The children were told the story of Diwali, we sang some songs and ended the fun morning with a happy Diwali dance that the children enjoyed. The art and craft done related to the theme was also creatively done by all.

Field Trip- October 29th Tuesday will be the first Field Trip for PK1 and PK2 children, we will be visiting ‘AKKULAM PARK’ for a fun morning. Please send a small dry snack , you could send a variety of 2-3 items for them(Junk will be fun for them as a Picnic snack) in a small bag, a water bottle, a napkin, spare diapers, a change of clothes and a hat. Dress code for the field trip is “RED TOP AND BLUE JEANS”

Please ensure that your child reaches school no later than 9:00 am, school van will ply as usual. We will leave school in the school bus at 9:30 am and should get back by 12 noon. The children from the other ELC schools will meet us there, this will be a great opportunity for all the children to bond and have a great time together.

Next Week

WOW Wednesday – October 30th will be “HALLOWEEN” Do send your child dressed in the theme –please do send in an object for Show and Tell related to the theme. We wish for the children to enjoy a “Trick or Treat” experience and will be sharing a few candies with them at the celebration.

Once more a request to all- Please visit our Facebook/Instagram pages, ‘Like’ it and follow it regularly. We post pictures every day of a highlighted experience at school.

Activities and few pictures of the Past Week


  • Show and Tell: Picture Book- ‘Knock! Knock! Open the door’. The Children enjoyed knocking on the table and opening flaps in the book to disclose who was behind the door.
  • Knowing your Classroom: The Children went around the classroom to pick up the things and later put them back to their respective places.
  • Audio Visual: ‘Song 123’- Number names were introduced 
  • The children enjoyed singing and acting the Jolly Phonics Song for the sound. The snake is in the grass and Ant on my arms


  • Rhyme time : “Are you sleeping brother John” rhyme was introduced
  • Story Time: The Hungry Caterpillar story was narrated to help the children understand ‘feeling hungry’
  • Role Play: A role play on ‘sleepy feeling’ was enjoyed by the children. They were asked to put their heads down on the table, close their eyes and go to sleep. The room was made dark by pulling down the blinds and switching off the lights
  • Feeding  the hungry Bunny with carrots was a fun activity enjoyed by all the children
  • Rhyme Time : An introduction to French version of  “Are you sleeping brother John”- ‘Frere Jacques’ was enjoyed by them
  • Emotions and Feelings song revised


  • In and Out Game:  Children enjoyed putting a popsicle stick inside and taking it out of a container.
  • In and Out activity: A cardboard with a circle cut at the center was placed, children enjoyed putting the ball inside the circle
  • In and Out activity: Children enjoyed jumping in and out of the square


  • Children decorated diyas for the Diwali with colorful papers and glitters
  • Colorful Hungry Caterpillars were made using balloons and paint.


  • Biscuits were kept at one end of the classroom, children had to run from the other end to get the biscuits
  • Cloud Sand Activity: Children enjoyed playing with the cloud sand. 
  • Children enjoyed the nature walk


  • Children enjoyed the Diwali celebration on WOW Wednesday: The children were thrilled to dance on Diwali song and were excited to listen to the teachers singing a song for them.  They also watched the story of Diwali
  • Enjoyed many activities and indoor games together to help build their social skills


LUNCHAppam Veg Curry  Chapatti Egg CurryDosa Chutney SambharVeg Pulav Veg KurmaThali Meals
  DESSERTShahi TukdaKesariPayasumCut FruitsPayasum
  EVENING SNACKSFrench FriesCut FruitsMuffinsVadaCake Slices
  LUNCHIdli Chutney SambharIdiappam Kadla CurryChapatti Egg CurryVeg Pulav Veg KurmaThali Meals
DESSERTGulab JamunCustardSeviyanShahi TukdaPayasum
EVENING SNACKSVegetable SandwichFruitsBread ButterFrench FriesFruits


Arti Rawat & Rasha Mirza