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Infrastructure

MM School is a Technology Enabled School in Tamil Nadu

To accommodate the needs of the 21st-century learners, a state-of-the-art wired & wireless communications, computers, security surveillance and server infrastructure are installed. These are periodically reviewed and enhanced for currency in communication, processing and surveillance tools in the ever-evolving world of technology.The backbone of our communication 

infrastructure is an Optic Fiber Cable that carpets the campus, thereby enabling enhanced internet connectivity and classroom learning. This is done in a manner that complements technology and education seamlessly. Our Learning Centers fully utilize the best-of-breed technology tools, both hardware and software, for an enriching learning experience.

Water

Water shortage is the main concern for us at MM School. Sustainable management in the form of limited and timed water supply within the campus and monitored and restricted usage is in force. We buy the bulk of our water requirement from outside to make good of the shortage.

Energy

Work is underway to make the campus sustainable energy wise. The primary focus is always given on effective utilization of electrical and electronic items to bring down the unit usage of electricity tariff and UPS (24/7) from servers and other electronic equipment. Solar energy is in effective use and there is concrete planning in place to make maximum use of this source of energy.

The State of Art Infrastructure

Redesigned Post-COVID Learning Spaces

As we look ahead , we need to rethink how to leverage technology and physical classroom space design in a way that elevates both platforms to create a safe learning environment for all children that will enhance learning outcomes.

The immediate priority for MM School is to welcome children and teachers back to an environment that keeps them as safe as possible and helps them feel safe as well. We may bring staff and students back with staggered daily and weekly schedules for classes and activities – with a combination of in-person and remote learning.

Small changes to the physical space  necessary to  follow physical distancing. This is done by using existing furniture and adding a few new elements to the space to prevent disease transmission.

 

Classrooms

Redesigned Post-COVID learning Spaces

As we look ahead what are next, we need to rethink how to leverage technology and physical classroom space design in a way that elevates both platforms to create a safe learning environment for all children that will enhance learning outcomes.

The immediate priority for MM School is to welcome children and teachers back to an environment that keeps them as safe as possible and helps them feel safe as well. We may bring staff and students back with staggered daily and weekly schedules for classes and activities – with a combination of in-person and remote learning.

Rooms

Small changes to the physical space is necessary to allow for physical distancing. This is done by using existing furniture and adding a few new elements to the space to prevent disease transmission.

As we look toward the future, learning spaces within the MM School campus are reinvented to enhance the benefits that face-to-face educational experiences can offer. Pedagogies and calendars will consider which activities are best online and in person, and our spaces now reflect those new priorities. There is a greater emphasis on safely supporting social and spontaneous learning in addition to finding new ways to enhance a scholarly atmosphere and energy in the physical environment that cannot be replicated online.

Dairy Farm

We have 15 cattle, of which 6 are milching. Residential students and staff are provided with organic milk from the diary farm. At present, the cows yield about 24,136.75 litres of milk a year. Cow dung is used as organic manure for agriculture. During vacations, milk is sold to generate funds for the school.

Organic Farm

More than 11 acres of our campus land is kept aside for agriculture and gardening. We practice organic farming and the children are given hands-on and practical education on vegetable cultivation. The vegetables cultivated from this farmland are supplied to students’ kitchen and staff canteen. Cow dung from our cattle farm along with the kitchen waste and the weeds are being used to produce organic manure which is being used in the arable field. Work is underway to include more land for our organic farming and also to improvise the process.

Poultry Farm

Poultry has been on the earth for over 150 million years, dating back to the original wild jungle fowl. Now we include ducks, geese, turkeys, pheasants, pigeons, peafowl, guinea fowl and chickens in the list of species under the general term poultry. Poultry provides humans with companionship, food, and fiber in the form of eggs, meat, and feathers. At MM School, we rear country chicken for meat and eggs. Poultry products are considered to be a healthy alternative. As they can be reared easily, MM School has renewed interest in poultry farming. We invest only in home-based feeding. Medicines or injections are never used.