A very vibrant and exuberant young team of 8 members from CPS-TMZ took part in the much awaited and prestigious Model United Nations Conference held in Singapore International School, Mumbai. It was a 2 day conference of delegated coming from various parts of the country. Each delegate represented a country and the committees debating on very serious and contemporary issues. The committees were modeled on the design of the United Nations like UNGA, UNESCO, ILO, JCC, NHRC and UNSC. Our team was confident right from the start and came out with a rich experience. One of our students, Ms. Sukirtha of Class XI received the Second prize for the Photo Essay Competition. The Chief guests for the opening ceremony was Ms. Manju Nichani , Principal of K.C.College Mumbai encouraged the children by urging them to ‘Go for the stars and change the world.’ Certainly the MUN was an eye-opener to the ever changing world scenario and added another feather to CPS – TMZ .
“It is nice to have valid competition; it pushes you to do better” – Gianni Versace
When the students learn to perform on stage at an early age, they gain self confidence and develop into individuals to face the world without fear. Preprimary wing of Chennai public school, Thirumazhisai is always ready to provide such opportunity to the little ones to participate in various competitions like Fancy dress, Rhymes, Story telling, Hand writing Etc. Parents and teachers enthusiastically prepare children for the same and encourage them to participate in these competitions. All the participants were given certificate of appreciation and prizes were given to the best performers from each class.
Farewell!! the word being experienced by every single student of 12th grade all over the World and even our class 12 students felt the pain of departing from CPS on their Farewell Day held on 15th February 2014. The day was very well organized by the students of class 11.The entire hall was set up with an amazing back drop, colorful lights and balloons. The entire programme was planned perfectly well with delightful dances and heart-melting music. The speeches given by the students made the others to walk down their memory lane. The highlighting part was the award ceremony which included the ,”NaReal award ,Mr and Ms CPS, Outstanding Student ,Silent Killer and many more …… The speeches rendered by Our Principal Mrs.Bhuvana Shankar and Vice Principal Mrs. Asha Nathan, showered blessings with good thoughts and wishes, which will for sure accompany them always.
CPS wishes their 12th graders,”All the Best “, for their future and also salute them saying ,”Adieu Amigos!!!”
The CPS Kiddies Sports Meet 2013-14 was held recently on 14th Feb 2013, with gusto and grandeur at ICF school grounds, Chennai. The stadium was ready in its full form with the energetic kids, enthusiastic parents and charged up teachers around 2pm.
The Chief Guest Mr.Stephen Paul Kilari, an International Ice Skater graced the occasion along Ms.Aarathy an Asian Medalist in Skating. The programme began with school prayer song and followed with formal business meet. Our Correspondent Mr.Dagupati Balaji and our Principal Mrs.Bhuvana Shankar honored the chief guest with a flower bouquet, memento and shawl. The students of UKG gave the welcome speech, which was really very adorable. The programme began with the Kiddies Walkathon where the children gave a cheerful walk with balloons spreading the theme of “love and mercy” on the track waving at the audience and bowing at the chef guest and other dignitaries seated at the gallery. Every participant of walkathon took away a special merit certificate for their participation.
The cultural events included a tiny tot’s drill, where the kids of Montessori block moved up and mesmerised the audience. The dance aerobics of the kids, along with their teachers, gave a very pleasurable atmosphere on the field. The ‘Gymnastic Pyramid” show done by the boys and girls gave a stunning performance, was the highlight of the day.
The track events show cased a variety of races for all the classes of preprimary, representing from all the four houses. The fun filled races included story based races like Lion and Mouse race (where the mouse helps the lion to come out of the net and both together reaching the winning point) Thirsty crow race (kids with crow beaked filling the pots with pebbles), red riding hood race (girls running and collecting the flowers in their basket) and so on. Few races include informative and interesting concepts like fitting the shapes, building the castle, fruit trudge, balancing the ball pebbles on paper plates, rock star race and so on.
Winners of the various events were awarded with trophies and certificates with vast overwhelming crowd of parents cheering them for their fervor and sportsman spirit. The vote of thanks was presented by the Mont III children in a very gratifying and charming manner. It was an awesome scenario to watch these kids walking home with trophies in great delight.
The International Justice Mission conducted the Live Free Campaign to educate students on their social responsibility towards their community; acquaint them with the severity and prevalence of social ills in their community; facilitate opportunities for and inspire students to contribute towards social awareness campaigns. 240 students across 12 schools from Chennai participated in the inter school competitions. The first and second prizes for the essay competition were bagged by our children: Sukirtha Bala XIA ( 1st prize – cash award Rs.3,000) and Chahak Agrawal IXA ( 2d pize – cash award Rs.1,500).
The essays highlighted how students can participate in the campaign against bonded labour. The pieces were practical and inspiring, as students included their personal experience and plans for the future.
Going out is always fun and that too when it is traveling with friends, it becomes more exciting. Children from the preprimary department went to the beach on a Friday morning-31.01.14, with the teachers and helpers. It was a lot of fun with singing rhymes and hearing to stories all through the way. When they reached there, they were so thrilled to see the water and abundant sand spread all over the beach. They started playing in the sand. Some made sand castles; others collected shells and a few were happy just watching the water. The cool breeze from the sea made them more comfortable. Children had an awesome time in the beach and went home with an enriching experience.
Out of this nettle, danger, we pluck this flower, ‘Safety’!
On February 10th 2014, 8th Grade CPSites were demonstrated with the safety measures and the betterment usage of Electricity. People from the Hager presented an AV for the students as how people waste electricity, the common errors we do while handling electricity, what are the safety measures to be done when someone undergoes with an electric shock, First aid measures and much more. The presentation was so interesting and valuable advices were given to the students. Interactions along with the questionnaires also took place. CPSites are strong enough in education as well as in safety measures…
‘Farewell’ is one of the most memorable days of a student’s school life and also the very last. On February 1, 2014 the Class XII students of CPS Thirumazhisai lived through thoroughly the very exciting and colorful farewell that was organized by Class XI students. Amidst all the preparations for the exams, a meaningful goodbye was given to them.
The program started with a wonderful welcome given by 11thstudents and was followed by the amazing cultural performances. Students were allowed to share their thoughts, emotions and experiences. The students thanked their teachers and Principal for being with them throughout the journey.
The highlight of the program was the selection of Miss.CPS PRIYANKA.Y(CBSE) & JENCY PRECILLA (MATRIC)and Mr. CPS A.SRINIVASAN (CBSE) & PRASANTH (MATRIC) based on votes from teachers as well as students. The whole event ended with a delicious and delectable buffet organized by the management especially for the day.
One step at a time has made us reach the pinnacle of success. Chennai Public School was instituted in the year 2009 and in the span of 5 years we are proud to have achieved this remarkable status granted to us by The Times Of India – Top 10 New Age School ranking survey.
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”
For the Second time we have been ranked No 1 New Age School in Chennai.
The survey was done by TOI and IMRB International on various parameters like Academic performance, Infrastructure, sports activities, Teaching Quality and Use of Technology. The survey was conducted in 170 schools in Chennai and ranked accordingly.
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