About Programme

Theme : “A beautiful world of children – A secured tomorrow”

Goals :

  1. Making children accustomed to local food production and the consumption patterns.
  2. Making  school children sustainable development -oriented by creating generation with sensitivity to  environment.
  3. Involving school children as active partners in combating Drug menace and the prevention of kidney disease.
  4. Creating a secured younger generation by empowering children and their personality development.

Objectives :

  1. Educating on the use of land and gardens
  2. Transforming school garden into a production unit.
  3. Creating a beautiful, clean and healthy school environment.
  4. Empowering students as a change agent carrying home the  experience of sustainable development  acquired by them in the school garden and the environment.
  5. Raising awareness of children on drug menace and kidney disease.
  6. Training students to be active partners in preventing drug menace and kidney disease.
  7. Empowering school children for their self- security.
  8. Improving the reading habits of children thereby developing ability to enjoy good taste and empowering knowledge-wise.
  9. Developing their knowledge, skills and attitudes so that they can be utilized in sustainable development.
  10. Developing good behaviour in children.

Launching programmes at school level

“Sustainable School Committee” headed by the Principal

A committee termed “Sustainable School Committee” comprising of the Principal, Deputy Principal, Teachers (related to the five programmes), a representative from school development society, a representative from past pupils and well-wishers should be established. Financial transactions related thereto should be done through the Account of the School Development Society and a separate ledger maintained for this purpose.

Sustainable Student Committee  

This programme is launched by the “Sustainable Student Committee” which is comprised of school children. The Chairperson, Secretary and other members of the committee should be appointed. It is essential that two student representatives from each subcommittee related to the programme are appointed members of the committee. Accordingly, five subcommittees for the major subject areas have to be established as indicated below. At least one teacher should be appointed to be in charge of each subcommittee and the said teacher will appoint groups of students for the respective committees. The teacher concerned is directly responsible for steering and monitoring of his/her committee.

Subcommittees to be appointed:

  • National Programme on Food Production- Agricultural Committee
  • National Programme on Environmental Conservation – Environmental Conservation Committee
  • National Programme on Prevention of Drugs – Drug Prevention Committee
  • National Programme on Prevention of Kidney Disease – Kidney Disease Prevention Committee
  • National Programme: ‘Let’s Protect Children’ – Child Protection Committee