Fr. Suresh Thomas Madappattu CMF

Martin Luther King says, “The time is always right to do what is right.” One of the transformative aims of education is to prepare the learners to do right things at the right time. For this, in the words of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, education must comprise three components: “Learning to learn, learning to give and learning to survive.”

For the last 19 years, St Claret English Medium School, has been engaged in an odyssey of selfless service to develop each student’s capacity for learning the fundamental building blocks of knowledge which we call as literacy, numeracy and critical thinking. It has been perfectly aligned with harmonious co-existence of students’ capacity to learn and re-learn to enjoy life and live it fully and well with a vision. In short, we have striven hard to expand their dreams and the capacity to become the person they want to be and to participate in the creation of a better and brighter world they want to live in and to offer for the coming generations.

We have focused to transform our campus into an inclusive, safe, healthy and stimulating learning temple. This has been possible only with the highly versatile teamwork and commitment of our teaching and non-teaching staff. They make every effort to nurture a culture of curiosity, an ambience of critical thinking, and a subtle milieu of ethical responsibility to empower our students to become future leaders and change-makers.

My dear loving students, the future of our nation depends on what you learn today. What you learn today in our school will determine whether we can meet our greatest challenges of today and create a better world for the coming generations. Therefore, you need the knowledge and problem solving skills you learn in science and mathematics to cure diseases like cancer and AIDS; you need the skills that you learn from science to develop new energy technologies to protect our environment; you’ll need the insights and critical thinking skills you gain in history and social studies to battle the problems of poverty in order to make our nation more fair and free. We need every single one of you to develop your talents and skills so that you can help others.

Always remember, “You are responsible for yourself! Nobody can script your destiny for you; you are the script writer of your destiny.”

Thank you, good luck and congratulations!

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