“Siblings are the best friends for life God has gifted us with.”
To celebrate and foster the relationship of siblings, the CPS Pre Primary (UKG/Mont III) children welcomed their older siblings with great excitement and were proud to share their learning environment with them.
The children were delighted to sing rhymes and actively participated in interactive group games along with their siblings. They were excited to do the paper folding activity and were engrossed when their young visitors presented famous folk tales to them and to their friends. The older siblings showed great interest in teaching blending words using stick puppets, picture cards and letters.
“If you want to do really important and big things in life, you can’t do anything by yourself. And your best teams are your friends and your sibling.” Sibling Day blossomed into a beautiful day – a day of building cherished memories with their siblings.







In an effort to involve parents in classroom activities an innovative Program named “Fun with Folks, “was organized on 25.6.2015. Parents participated with great enthusiasm in this program and associated themselves with the activities of the children. To quote a few parents—
“Hats off to the teachers handling the class and I had a great time with all the kids going down to their age.”
“We were thrilled to be a part of this activity and appreciate the school on such new generation ideas.”
“I cannot forget the joy in my daughter’s eyes when she saw me walk into the class.”
“I was surprised to see a different Persona of him so different from his usual style. I owe a lot to teachers.”
The program was a great success and gave an assurance to the parents that their children were in the right place.






The teachers of Chennai Public School were put through an orientation programme before the commencement of the School on 4th June, 2015. The program started with a presentation by our Correspondent Mr. Balaji Dagupati on 27th May, 2015, who briefed the teachers on the aim and philosophy of the School. He insisted the teachers to equip themselves to facilitate the students to face the challenges and mould them as global citizens. Ms. Smriti, an expert in storytelling, a master in using art and theatre activities to strengthen language skills conducted a workshop for the Pre-Primary, Primary and the Middle School teachers. She introduced a plethora of activities that would make language learning fun and fulfilling. There was an exclusive workshop to broach the teachers on computing, the use of Microsoft Excel, Word and other features by experts from the highly reputed NIIT.Later the teachers were given inputs on the intricacies of the smart board usage and its benefits by the trainers. The session proved to be useful both for the new recruits as well as the trained ones inside. Ms. Rama, resource person for Science had an interaction with the Science teachers to update them on the strategies to teach Science. The highlight of this year’s orientation program was the visit of the veteran scholar and the Managing Director of Eco Science Research Foundation, Dr. Sultan Ahmed Ismail. He with his articulate ways and sense of humor engaged the teachers on a session that emphasized on Communication Skills, Body Language, Gestures and 21st Century Skills. He also demonstrated the teachers on making simple aids that would make learning difficult concepts understandable and thought provoking. The teachers thoroughly relished the learning and were inspired. On the final day of the orientation the teachers had fitness and wellness tips from the Yoga gurus from Isha Foundation who gave a yoga demo lecture to the teachers. The session came to an end with our Senior Coordinator, Ms. Lakshmi Venkat, briefing the teachers’ handbook for the academic year emphasizing the teaching fraternity to abide by the rules and become role models to the students. The sessions were invigorating and rejuvenating for the teachers to help them achieve the theme for the year “Beyond Excellence”

From Teacher orientation
From Teacher orientation
From Teacher orientation
From Teacher orientation


“Language is the key to the heart of people.”
The Primary department celebrated the beauty of English Language in its various forms on the English Language Day held on 19th June 2015. The grade one students enthralled everyone in the best way to get the grasp of the language with some music and dance. The genders, plurals and opposites were enthusiastically projected by the students of grade two through a skit and music. The musical presentations of the Parts of Speech by the students of Grade three were very interesting which for sure would have registered in everyone’s mind. The Grade 4 students enthralled everyone with different kinds of poems like Limericks, Diamante, Question Poems, Patriotic poems etc and Grade 5 presented the beauty of the English Language through a Choral speaking and also conducted a quiz with a twist on Fairy Tales which the children had fun in answering them.
To sum up, the children used the dazzling beauty of the English language vibrantly as their vehicle of expression.







“Yoga does not remove us from the reality or responsibilities of everyday life but rather places our feet firmly and resolutely in the practical ground of experience. We don’t transcend our lives; we return to the life we left behind in the hopes of something better.”

Chennai Public School observed International Day of Yoga on 21st of June 2015. Yoga being the part of our school curriculum from classes I to X where Students were well trained under the guidance of eminent Yoga experts as we strongly believe that Yoga provided a holistic approach to health and well being of the young as well as old.
On the occasion of International Day of Yoga we in CPS had a week long programme on the importance of Yoga and wellness. Students performed the different forms of Asanas and also demonstrated a formation in connection with the Yoga Day, in which more than 200 students participated. Yoga for sure would lead the children to live their lives to their full potential.

“Yoga is not just repetition of few postures – it is more about the exploration and discovery of the subtle energies of life.”





“The great air of education is not knowledge but action.”—Herbert Spencer
The workshops conducted in CPS aims either to give the teacher new information to help them teach more effectively or to enhance and clarify information that the teachers already possess. Learning key elements to develop workshops for teachers would make the experience more meaningful and thus have a more positive impact on reaching the goal.
Keeping this in mind we developed the workshop for teachers who shared a commonality .They got a flood of new ideas for introducing new lessons plans and formulas for tapping into our students’ creativity and expanding their knowledge and ability to learn on a much more creative basis. The experience, the teachers got would change the way they teach and the way they perceive each one of their students and their unique creativity.
Orientation program for Science, EVS, and Math, Pre skills for reading, writing, vocabulary, spelling, comprehension, Soft skill and Emotional Quotient inspired teachers to ignite students’ imagination. We are sure this would bring in changes in many lives positively.





The students of Class XII State Board came out with flying colours in the Board exam conducted in March 2015.
The Management congratulates all the Students, Teachers and Headmistress Dr. Meenakshi who made it possible.

100% Pass Percentage
94%   First Class
56%   Above 1000
77%   Above 900



“The purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love color the most.”

The ability to identify colors is considered a marker and milestone in a child’s cognitive process and is often part of early screening for development and educational admittance.

Recognizing the colors and identifying the color names is an important part of a child’s development. Early identification of colors helps to create the cognitive link between visual clues and words.

Like every year this year too, CPS pre primary (UKG / MONT III) had a great start by learning about colours and shapes. Children are naturally attracted to colors, and learning colours with fun filled activities gives them more enjoyment and curiosity.
Children were asked to come in colour dress for a week. It was really a treat to see them admiring and discussing about each other’s costume and colours. Each and every kid enjoyed all the activities planned thoroughly. UKG and Mont III classes had lots of activities like wet chalk colouring, paper fan folding (origami), cone cap making, crush paper work, leaf sticking, collage, butter fly hand print, stick puppet, cotton dabbing, glitter spraying work, coin printing, grain sticking and finger printing.
Children have a natural affinity to understand their world around them. Surrounded by a world of color it is easy to use daily opportunities to discuss colors. The “Multihue” week gave a wonderful opportunity to UKG and Mont III children to learn about colours and shapes involving themselves in many colourful fun filled activities along with peer group with joy.









“Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.”—-Robert Collier
We are proud to announce that our Superkidz have come out in flying colours in the exams in Speech and DramaGrade-1,conducted by the Trinity college London .Master.Akshayan Raajah has secured the position of overall topper ,Initial grade ,across all the Alchemy centres.Ms.Varsha Chandrasekar secured the top position in Grade-1.
Three of our Superkidz have received distinctions and the rest have passed in Merits. Thanks to Alchemy Kids Theatre ,who motivated and trained our Superkidz for the Drama and Speech exams. Way to go Superkidz,we are proud of you!!