“Pulavargal Palar” – Talk show in Tamil was conducted for students of class III. This event was conducted as a tribute to the great Tamil poets who were agents of social transformation and have contributed their might to the Tamil literature. The children spoke about these poets and recited a few verses from their poetic creations. It was a treat for the eyes to see the ancient poets come up alive as many of the students were dressed up as Kambar, Thiruvalluvar and Avaiyar.
To teach the importance of Healthy Life style, “Farm Fest” and “Healthy Living” events were conducted at CPS Junior Academy. Children had the fun of shopping together with their class mates in a market setup created specially for them. They were excited and thrilled to see a full fledged market in their school campus with lot of fresh vegetables and fruits which they happily shopped with their friends. The event continued with Salad and Sandwich Day, where they learnt making fruit salads and vegetable sandwiches live in the class and enjoyed eating them with their peers. They also got introduced to vegetable grating, pealing, pounding, and chopping. PP2 children had a role play of saying “No to Junk Food” where kids enacted and showed the consequences of eating more junk food. PP3 children had a talk show on “Healthy Living” and their participation with different way of conveying their thoughts on the topic was totally amazing. Kids were rewarded with smiley on their lunch box to encourage healthy food and they carried home a fruit basket craft home as a memory.This two week long teaching on good food and living habits will surely help the children to lead a disciplined healthy life.
Grand mothers are a treasure trove of stories. The students of Class I competed to tell a tale from the Chronicles of their grandma in the Hindi story telling competition named “Nani Ka Pitara”. The children entertained the audience with their sweet little stories. The colourful props added glory to their narration.
Sharing the knowledge of culture, values and festivals around the world makes children more sensitive and empathetic to their surroundings. Keeping this in mind, CPS JUNIOR ACADEMY celebrated Ganesh Chathurthi in a joyful way. Kids turned up in orange colour and the day began with a small pooja. They had the fun filled Trunk fixing game where kids were blind folded and tried to fix the trunk to little Ganesha face. They also had the fun together watching “Ganesh Movie” which narrates the story of how Lord Ganesha is brought to life from a statue of clay and then blessed with various celestial powers from Ganesh Purana.
“HEALTHY isn’t a goal; It ‘s a way of living!”
As a part of Parental Involvement Program, parents are encouraged to take Part in their ward’s learning. A workshop was conducted on Friday (14.09.18) by Mrs & Mr Dalmia, the parent of Purvi Dalmia of grade II-D created awareness about Safety, Healthy Food Habits and Table Manners among the curious tiny tots of Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai. In this interactive session colourful PPT and motivational videos were shown and a worksheet was shared to test their learning from the workshop.
Ganesh chaturthi was celebrated with great devote by the Pre Primary team of Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai on 12th September 2018. The students were given an experience of mystic self transcendence through a prayer followed by a story of the Lord’s life. Little Ones were made to dance to a dynamic Ganesha song depicting his strength and valour. An ecstatic experience was given to the tiny tots by guiding them to make their own Ganesha idol from clay, improving their creativity and hand coordination.
“Come on Team CPS TMZ!!!”
Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai students brandished their willows well to emerge as winners beating Velammal Vidhyashram. Opener Paramsingh scored a stroke-filled 81 as Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai defeated Velammal Vidhyashram, Ayanambakkam by two wickets to win the Father Mathews Under-17 Cricket Tournament. The final was played at the Reddy Santhoshpuram Ground here on Thursday. Scores & Titles: Velammal Vidhyashram, Ayanambakkam- 164 for 9 in 30 overs lost to Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai- 165 for 8 in 27.4 overs(Paramsingh 81, Aryan 31). Man of the Series- Aryan, CPS. Best Allrounder- S Hrithish, CPS. Best Fielder- Senthamil, CPS. Promising Player- Sriman, CPS. Man of the Final- Param Singh, CPS. Man of the Series- Aryan, CPS.
“Only those who attempt the absurd can achieve the impossible”
Our Adhvay Ganesh from grade 2B of Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai participated in several karate competitions and brought laurels by winning medals and prizes. Won third prize in 9th SHOBUKAI TAMIL NADU STATE karate championship. He secured first prize in school event “KUMITE” and second prize in “ KATA” karate championship.
Congratulations Adhvay Ganesh!!!!
The students of Chennai Public School, Anna Nagar were given an opportunity to unleash their linguistic talents in the English Language through various tasks and fun filled activities, thereby enabling them to discover the nuances and challenges faced in mastering the language. The competition saw the students speaking on any given topic for a minute and also build words within a second. They also had to weave their own story in five minutes. The students were also asked to go on a treasure hunt with phrases given as clues. The final competitors participated with great zeal and enthusiasm shedding all their inhibitions as most of the tasks was impromptu. The competition benefitted the students by helping them to be creative, inculcating in them a team spirit and also in expanding their vocabulary and communicative skills.
Poetry and music has direct impact in helping young children develop literacy skills. Keeping this in mind, “Mundazu Kavignar” a recitation competition in Tamil was conducted for class II children. The children sang and recited the poetical verses of the great poet “Bharathiyar”. Few children even spoke about his contributions to Tamil literature and the Indian freedom movement. With Bharathiyar’s Memorial Day around the corner, this was a great tribute to the “Mundazu Kavignar”.