Activities – 2018
Safety Week (03-10-2018 to 05-10-2018 )
03-10-2018 (Fire Drill)
03-10-2018 (Sarthi Diwas)
World Heart Day Celebration (24-09-2018 to 28-9-2018 )
Nukkad Natak – 27-9-18
Jingles – 26-9-18
Poster Making – 26-9-2018
Slogan Writing – 24-9-18
Rubella & Measles Vaccination (22-09-2018 )
ETHIKOS (22-09-2018 )
Rally on Suicide Prevention (09-09-2018 )
Teachers Day Celebration (05-09-2018 )
Atal Tinkering Lab Inauguration (30-08-2018 )
The school all set to reimagining the future with ATAL TINKERING LAB
It was a proud moment for KERALA PUBLIC SCHOOL, KADMA , this Thursday Aug 30th, 2018 as they witnessed the inauguration of the coveted Atal Tinkering Lab. The lab was inaugurated by Mr. Sharat Chandran, Director Kerala Public Schools, Mrs. Sharmila Mukherjee, Principal, Ms. K.Jaishree, Headmistress. The lab will boost scientific innovation at the school.
The school is truly making all sincere efforts to create innovators for a skilled India. All students from Class VI-XII will benefit from the lab. This will surely support young talent to shape their curiosity, creativity, adaptive learning and physical computing to understand the basic concept of STEM along with the hands on experiments with the help of various tool and equipment required.
Atal Tinkering Lab is a dedicated works space where students (Class 6th to Class 12th) learn innovation skills and develop ideas that will go on to transform India. The lab is powered to acquaint students with state-of-the-art equipment such as 3D printers, robotics & electronics development tools, IoT & sensors etc.
The lab activities are designed to spur the spark of creativity, and go beyond regular curriculum and text book learning. The lab will let students explore skills of future such as design and computational thinking, adaptive learning and artificial intelligence. This will enable create a problem solving, innovative mind set within students.
Atal Tinkering Lab will bring India a step closer to the mission of Creating One Million Neoteric Child Innovators in India by 2020.