Parent's Testimonials

Dear Rency Mam,

Thanks a lot for all the love and care that you have been giving to the children. Wish to
mention a special note for Rajitha Mam (Grade 1B). The way she handled the kids was
wonderful. She has in her DNA that each child is unique and there cannot be a ‘one
approach for all’. She understood each kid’s USP, recognized their talents & also worked on
their improvement areas. She always receives our feedback with an open heart and gave us
the liberty to express any challenges faced by the kids.
We also would like to extend our heartful thanks to Ms. Reshma for being very kind and
loving towards the children.
Thanks a lot for the wonderful support, that makes us happy that we have made a right
choice of having our kid in the TRINS family.

Hari & Maithrie

Dear Ms. Deepa, Ms. Sindhu, Ms. Manju, Ms. Lakshmi and Ms. Rensy,

A big thank you to you all. For guiding Myra, as she was blooming. Today she is a confident,
outspoken, vivacious, intelligent, creative, curious, energetic, smart, thinking young child. I
do believe in the role of nature and nurture. Thank you for being part of the nurture.
Ms. Lakshmi, when Myra joined preschool it was at a very difficult point in our lives, a
juncture where I didn’t know what was ahead, but determined nevertheless. You saw to it
that Myra settled in beautifully and looked forward to joining kindergarten in TRINS.
Ms. Deepa, Myra has a tremendous love for you and I respect that. It was a difficult year for
me when she was in KG1, trying to adjust to a culture, to which though I belonged, I was
alien to. The only sanity amongst the turmoil was seeing her happy, confidence everyday,
coming back from school, and looking forward eagerly to the next day. Seeing her
encouraged me to keep going, gave me the will to stick on. Unknowingly, you were a big
part of that.
Ms. Manju and Ms. Sindhu, I have come to respect you as Myra’s teachers. To her, you are
her GOD. She will take instructions willingly and unflinchingly from no one else but you!
Thank you for guiding me on the various days such as Science Day, show and tell, for I seem
to be at a loss for ideas in such activities! Thank you for guiding me to look upon her for
answers and letting me know that it was okay to not be perfect!
Ms. Rensy, thank you that I could be a part of some of her important days, juggling between
being a professional and a parent.

Never once has the fact that she is from a broken family cast a negative shadow on her life
and I truly thank you all for that, from the bottom of my heart.

Best Regards,

Amritha Renganath


We had always wanted a different type of school for our son where not only studies are
given importance.
We wanted him to grow in all dimensions and explore everything whether he excels it or not
because we believe that it is very important especially for the child to know and experience
other areas apart from studies.

Looking back, I feel really good that we decided to select this school for our son’s education.
There are a lot of aspects that I really like and some of them are:
A lot of creative activities – When I see the video/daily logs; I am surprised to see the variety
of activities done and how various leanings are weaved into it Homework – This is also
important because he can just play after his school which is what we wanted especially at
such a young age. I can see my neighbor’s daughter(same age) who is completing her
homework/going to tuition while Atharva is playing. Stage activities – The first time I went
on stage was when I was in 5th standard and I was a nervous wreck. If I see Atharva’s
journey, I have counted at least 5 instances when he has gone up on stage and presented
something. An early introduction is so important and I am glad that you are doing so many
activities that put them on stage teachers – I cannot even thank the teachers enough for the
amount of creativity, energy and patience they put in. I have only words – Thank You! Events

The past 8 months were dotted with so many events that I am surprised that it fit in just 8
months! From Independence Day to Halloween; from Diwali to Christmas(which we sadly
missed though)’ from sports day to Broadway; it was surely an eventful year. I am looking
forward to see how the next year pans out. My parents were so excited to come for the
Grandparents Day. Exhibition – It was in my 8th standard that I did my first exhibition and
Atharva did in his KG1. I was so surprised to see him explaining what the exhibit is. I believe
he did a better job than me(in 8th standard). The credit can only go to his teachers and no
one else.
There are so many things that I am thankful to the management as well but mainly to his
teachers. He loves Ms. Deepthi and the Chechis. He constantly speaks about Ms.
Ajitha, Deepak sir, Sujith sir, Ms. Brinda. He is not a person who tells us about all the
activities that happened on a specific day but invariably shows via various actions.

There are many things in which I need your help in improving Atharva forward but seeing his
improvement in just 8 months, I have very less to worry 🙂

Thank you from the bottom of our heart for taking special care and designing the curriculum
so intricately that the overall development of a child is taken care of.


Sreeja & Abhijith
Parents of Atharva

Dear Ms Sapnu, Mr Hillebrand, Ms Rensy and Mr Sanjay,

I felt good receiving them especially during
these times and it made what we are doing really worth. A proud moment for me for being
a teacher as well as part of this beautiful TRINS family. Thank you for the continuous
support and guidance.



Dear Madame,

Thank you for the extra efforts being taken from the faculty side to keep our kids learning…


Riya’s Parents.

Hello Dear Teachers,

I wanted to personally thank you for all the digital learning efforts. I loved the way the
school acknowledged and accepted the changing circumstances and evolved their learning
strategy. I am sure a lot must have gone into creating content to capture the attention of
our kids. Appreciate all your efforts. We are settling down to the new normal way of work.
Vedika enquires about her friends, teachers and chechis and misses them all. She has
donned the role of Deepa Miss and is play acting all the classes. For a change, her dad and
mom are the students :).
Partnering with Vedika on the homework has been an eventful experience. She loved all the
Bounce Patrol, Ridhima Rawal and Jack Hartmann videos. We are yet to catch up on all the
arts and crafts due to lack of supplies however, we are using whatever is available at home
Vedika is focusing on developing her interest to read. We have made small strides and I am
hopeful that she will fall in love with books. On the home front, she is helping mom and she
tried her hands at tying shoelaces with support from dad.


Vidya (Vedika’s mom)


Thank you for your tremendous support. It is nice to have the right guidance during such
times. Shahul is missing his teachers and is waiting to come back to his school.


Shahul’s parents

We sincerely appreciate the efforts you all are taking to continue the process of learning for
the kids.


Ishan’s parents