Sunday, 4 March 2018


The whole school participated in the clean campus day. The school team joining hands with our scout crew organized a cleanliness drive, cleaning the Muringoor railway station and the surroundings, marking the National Clean up day on third Saturday in September.
Students actively participated in the clean drive where plastic bottles, covers and waste papers were removed from the railway tracks and the surroundings, spreading the message to make our planet better place to live.  Students also emphasized on using waste bins.


We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give – Winston Churchil. We try to channelize the energy and caliber of our little Flowerites into a fruitful direction of personality development through outreach programme. We train students to maintain patience and resilence in their difficulty. We judiciously fulfilled our students’ holistic development by arranging various outreach activities and enable to groom the students for future leadership.
As a part of our onus LIFPS initiated a few projects and activities which had an overwhelming response from the public.
·        A road show on safe driving  “Kavacham” on 21st Dec. 2017 at the Main Junctions on N H Chalakudy, Muringoor and Koratty to raise public awareness on safe driving and spread ‘save Life’ massage by distributing pamphlets.
·        “Little Share” is a project initiated by little flowerites – One rupee per day from each student to contribute for the homeless.
·        Visit to de-addiction centre – Punerjeni – on 31st August 2017 at Poomala Thrissur, the students collected the contribution from their fellow beings and distribute to the inmates. Dr. John K Mangalam, The managing  trustee of the organization Punarjani, oriented our students on the usage of drugs among teens  and its negative impacts on them.    

Tuesday, 27 February 2018

 The International School Award is a British Council accreditation scheme rewarding schools with a notable global element in their curriculum.
Let ‘s celebrate our  school’s international work with the British Council’s International School Award. This globally recognized accreditation helps us enrich learning and improve teaching by guiding international learning activities into the curriculum and to embed it within our school’s culture. We have been recognized for the outstanding development in integrating internationalism. Principal Rev.Sr Anitha Arrackal, and Ms. Raji M R, ISA Coordinator received the award at a function held at Chennai on 15thDecember 2017.

Monday, 21 August 2017

  Our school has been conferred with  'The British Council International School Award' which recognizes and celebrates exemplary practices of internationalism in schools.
  The British Council International School Award is a bench marking scheme that accredits schools as having an outstanding level of support for nurturing global citizenship and enriching teaching and learning.
  It has a positive impact on not just students but also on the teachers .It fosters leadership challenge and team spirit among students.Its a rare feat achieved by our school.                      

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

click on the link   to view the ISA Project 7 Symposium Part 1.
click on the link to view the  Symposium part II
Click on the link to view the Symposium Part III