Posted on 23/04/13
World Earth Day, 2013
Can humankind survive on a planet with ever-decreasing resources?
The Forest is the most precious resource on Earth.
We at Omega school believe that resources we take from forests such as paper have a huge impact on the environment if we continue obtaining it from trees.
Our school has a paper recycling plant to recycle paper. Omega students of Cambridge stream as well as students of CBSE Class 7th and 8th and a few students of CBSE Class XI have the initiative to make useful recycled products such as paper bags, files,folders, booklets and bookmarks from recycled waste paper.
This is the first major recycling initiative at Omega and we dedicate this to the World Earth Day, 2013.
We invite the management, teachers, students and all staff to come view the products and go forward to participate in initiatives to create and use recycled products at Omega.
Posted on 23/03/13
Parents invited to the art and craft fair/exhibition that will take place on Tuesday 26th of March in the school premises.
Please click here to view the Invitation.
Posted on 24/12/12
Omega school celebrated Christmas with varied events and interactions. The joy and spirit of Christmas echoed in the school with skits dances and songs from KG to class 12. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!
Posted on 4/11/12
Omega School is the proud winner
The Times of India Environment Education Awareness Program.
‘Go Green 2011-12' award.
The program is meant to promote nature conservation through the fraternity of students. Around 60 schools participated in the competition. There were two parts to it:
One part of program was RECOGNITION OF GO GREEN INITIATIVES DONE BY THE TIMES NIE MEMBER schools in the year 2011-12.
Towards this, we had shared a write up of the environmental sustainability initiatives supported by Omega School with photographs of students executing our programs.
Omega has secured the first prize in this event and is recognised as the ‘greenest' school in Chennai!
Congratulations to the management of the school that has been keen to develop a campus full of green initiatives since the opening of Omega school. Congratulations to the students for their extensive participation in making Omega ‘Green" and particularly Mrs Chitra Rajan whose leadership and passion have made this achievement possible.
The handsome trophy awarded to our school is on display at the Correspondent's room.
The competition results have been featured in the Students Edition of the Times of India newspaper on Monday 5th Nov 2012.
Omega students also participated in the ‘Eco Walk' competition based on the theme ‘Recycle, Reuse, Renew'.
Two of our students Veena Mishra of Class XI C and Aditi Aurora of Class XI A participated in a modelling ‘Eco Walk' competition. One of them donned a costume and accessories made of recycled paper, newspaper and natural materials. The other student explained how the costume and accessories were created using materials from school and our efforts in Waste Management. The students were accompanied by science teacher, Mr Murugesh. Despite short notice they brought out their creativity, design and communication skills in this event.