Wiltshire Malayalee Association inaugurates Aksharacheppu Malayalam language School – UKMALAYALEE

Wiltshire Malayalee Association inaugurates Aksharacheppu Malayalam language School

Monday 20 February 2023 8:09 AM UTC

By Rajesh Natepilly – Media Coordinator, Wiltshire Malayalee Association

WILTSHIRE Feb 20: Aksharacheppu Malayalam School, started under the leadership of Wiltshire Malayalee Association, one of the most prominent organizations in the UK, was inaugurated in a grand manner. In a joyous atmosphere, on the very first day itself, numerous children came to write the initials of the Malayalam language and set an example for everyone.

In association with the Women’s Forum, a subsidiary wing of the Wiltshire Malayalee Association in collaboration with the Malayalam Mission UK Chapter, Malayalees in and around Swindon came together to start the Malayalam school called AksharaCheppu with the aim of enabling their future generations of children to write, read and speak the Malayalam language properly.

C.A. Joseph, President of Malayalam Mission UK Chapter and a member of Loka Kerala Sabha, inaugurated the Aksharacheppu Malayalam School by lighting the lamp in front of a packed audience including children, teachers and parents. “In order to spread our language, culture and heritage to the coming generations, the Wiltshire Malayalee Association is providing a model, inspiration and a different perspective to other Malayalee organizations and communities by providing a Malayalam class called Aksharacheppu along with a chess training that inspires the intellectual development of children,” Joseph said.

Princemon Mathew, president of Wiltshire Malayalee Association and patron of Aksharacheppu Malayalam School, presided over the function. Malayalee parents living in foreign countries have inherited and have always had an important place in their lives.

In his presidential address, Princemon Mathew, president of the Association, highlighted that the Wiltshire Malayalee Association has undertaken and implemented a great moral responsibility to make the mother tongue available to their children and that this initiative should have the cooperation and encouragement of all Malayalee family members in Swindon and nearby areas.

Education Programme lead Antony Kochithara, Chess Trainer Sreenivasan Chidambaram, Women’s Forum representative Geetu Ashokan Thampi, Joint Secretary Soni Kachapally and Joint Treasurer Jaymon Chacko were among those who greeted the gathering.

The opening ceremony reflected the huge acceptance and encouragement given by Malayalee families to the Aksharaceppu Malayalam School, which was started by the association, such as the formation of a panel of 12 teachers to teach Malayalam in a smooth manner to the children, and the arrival of around 60 children and parents from the very beginning to write the initials of the Malayalam language.

Pratheesh Philip, secretary of the association, welcomed all the people who participated in the event. Vice President George Thomas also expressed his gratitude to those who worked for the success of the event and to all the people who participated.

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