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Welcome To St.John’s Nursery & Primary School

welcome

The Congregation of the presentation Sisters was founded in India in the year 1842. Since then, they have been working in Chennai and other parts of India.

In 1883 soon after the Bombay Madras Railway line was laid and the Buckingham and Carnatic Mills established, it was found necessary to open a school at Perambur to carter to the education of the children. The Most Rev. Fr. J. Allen, the Archbishop of Madras, as Parish Priest of Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine, Perambur, was the Manager of the school, which was then attached to the Church.  Read More >>

School Hours

Monday to Friday
Monday to Saturday: 8.25 AM – 3.00 PM

Principal Visiting hours
9.00 AM to 10.00 AM on working days.

“Discipline is Key to Success!”

Policy

The Policy of education in Presentation Schools derives from the life of love and mercy of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Gospel. In particular it is derived from the life of dedication of Nano Nagle, Founder of the Congregation. Education in the spirit of the Gospel and of Nano Nagle encompasses the development of growing consciousness of human dignity and right of every person.This enables persons to live in fellowship and mutual helpfulness.

History

The Congregation of the Presentation Sisters was founded in Ireland in the year 1775 by Nano Nagle. This foundation was the fruit of loving and compassionate service to the poor of Ireland. In 1911, The Presentation Convent was set up and annexed to the Parish of Our Lady of Lourdes. The first school building consisted of a room 20×15 ft. The number of pupils on roll was 69. The school quickly grew in strength and new building was constructed in 1913.

Our motto

‘’for Faith and Morals’’, is the heart of everything we do at this school. We aim to not just impact knowledge but also to inculcate in our children wisdom, compassion and humanitarian spirit.

It was Magaret Mead who said, ‘’ Children must be taught how to think, not what to think. ‘’We enable this through a holistic approach to motivate the weak, address the average and challenge the gifted. Read More >>