Santa Maria Public School & Junior College Santa Maria Public School & Junior College Santa Maria Public School & Junior College Santa Maria Public School & Junior College Santa Maria Public School & Junior College Santa Maria Public School & Junior College

  • Cognitive

  • We Teach

  • How to Think
  • How to Analyse
  • How to Synthesis
  • How to Interpret
  • How to Evaluate
  • Affective

  • We Build Up

  • Positive Attitudes
  • Empathy towards Society
  • Values-Personal, Social, Moral and Spiritual
  • How to Evaluate
  • Psycho Motor

  • We train to develop creative skills through

  • Art and Craft
  • Dance and Music
  • Karate and Work Experience
  • Magic and Yoga

Ownership and management

Owned and managed by Santa Maria Educational Society, an undertaking of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kooroppada, Kottayam. The Vicar of the church is the Manager. He is assisted by a school managing committee.

Patron

H.G.R Rev. Dr. Joseph Perumthottam, Arch Bishop of Changanacherry, is the patron of our school.

Founder Father : Rev. Fr. Joseph Puthuparampil

Under the eminent leadership of Rev. Fr. Joseph Puthuparampil the school started functioning on 1st June 2002 and upgraded to a Junior College in 2008.

Present Status

At present , the school offers knowledge from Play school to Plus Two. Composite affiliation for Secondary School Examination on 17-11-2004.(No. CNSE/AFF 930522/ 33411-15)

Upgradation as Senior Secondary School 01-04-2008 No CBSE/AFF/930522 (Ss-000440) 0910/2008/134756

Present Manager

Rev.Fr. Joseph Mulavana,

Curriculam

The scheme of studies, the scheme of examinations and the course of study prescribed by the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi are strictly followed. Text books prepared by the national Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi are used as per direction of CBSE. The medium of instruction is English.

Continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE)

Continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) refers to a system of school based evaluation of students that covers all aspects of a student’s development. It aims at creating good citizens possessing sound health, appropriate skills and desirable qualities besides academic excellence. As per CCE an academic year will have two semesters. In CCE both scholastic and co-scholastic aspects will be analyzed. Scholastic assessment includes formative and summative assessment.

The formative assessment (FA) is carried out during a course of instruction and summative assessment at the end of each semester. The weightages for various assessments are : 10% for FA1, 10% for FA2, 30% for SAI (Total 50% in semester –I), 10% for FA3, 10% for FA4 and 30% for SA2(total 50% in semester –II).. The overall grade will be decided on the basis of the performance in both the semesters.

Co-scholastic assessment includes the assessment of learners’ Life skill, attitudes, interests, values, co-curricular activities and physical health.

Go to Top