“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!!
The Management,Teachers and Students of Chennai Public School ,Thirumazhisai congratulate KRISHNAKANTH for securing STATE FIRST in the National Talent Search Examination (NTSE)
CONGRATULATIONS and GREAT GOING !
Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai celebrated the Graduation Day on March 13, 2015 in the commodious quadrangle of the School Block. The Balloon arch, the flamboyantly decorated corridors and the attractive stage added festivity to the program. The students of UKG and MONT III clad in traditional graduation gowns and caps walked inside with the euphoric applause from the audience which echoed in the whole arena. They sat in front rows as special guests of the day to witness the performance completely dedicated to them by their juniors. The program was anchored by tiny tots of LKG and Mont II. It began with a melodious prayer. Principal Ms. Stella Pauline Punitha addressed the gathering and introduced the chief guest Ms. Prema Rangachary, Director Vidya Vanam and Secretary of the Bhuvana Foundation (India).
The chief guest in her speech requested parents and teachers to kindle, nurture and allow the curiosity and creativity in the child to blossom. The cultural extravaganza by the little ones mesmerized the spectators. The most awaited moment – the “Graduation Ceremony” began with the vocalization of their sweet memories by representatives of UKG and MONT III. The smile on their faces widened as they received the Memento and Certificate of Merit from the Chief Guest Ms. Prema Rangachary, Mr. Suman Babu . Director – CPS, Mr. Madhusudhan , Trustee , CPS and Principal . The celebration came to an end with a song dedicated to the teachers by all the graduates of the day, well organised by the Coordinators Ms.Lakshmi Venkat, Ms.Amudha and all teachers. The day was a great success!
P.Preshetha of II – G and S.Shreyas of II – E, has once again proved that their talent in sports which was always supported by the school and their parents made them win with flying colours at the STATE LEVEL SWIMMING competition at Madurai.
With their Final exams nearing, both the students of CPS – ANNANAGAR, did practice at odd hours and excelled in the competition by winning several medals in all the events.
P. Preshetha has secured 4 GOLD and 1 SILVER in various categories of events like Freestyle (New Meet record), Breast Stroke (New Meet Record), Backstroke and Medley with Individual championship.
S.Shreyas has been one of the tough contenders in the state meet in the Boys Category by clinching 1 GOLD and 4 Bronze. He has been victorious in various categories like Freestyle, Breast, Back and Medley events.
Well Done Preshetha & Shreyas !!
We are very proud of you and Wish you all the very best for your future endeavours.
Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. – Ralph Waldo Emerson
The Pre Primary Graduation Day Ceremony was held on 13th March 2015 at the Kamarajar Arangam. The aroma of happiness which was the theme for the same engulfed the whole auditorium throughout the evening. Graduation was a time of completion, of finishing, of an ending; however, it was also a time of celebration of achievement and a beginning for the new graduates, the children of UKG and Mont III. These children dressed in identical caps and gowns for the graduation ceremony proved the fact that individuality was their key to success and graduation was an important milestone in their learning journey. The Chief Guest Dr.Varsha, Consultant Nutritionist, said that the children are like raw clay in our hands and it was the responsibility of us the educationist and parents to mold them emotionally, physically and spiritually. She further stated that discipline should be inculcated from childhood and should not be compromised .The cultural events by the children of Mont I, II and LKG who also did the compering for the whole event ,kept alive the excitement throughout, and enlightened the whole auditorium.
Let their dreams take them… to the corners of their smiles, to the highest of their hopes, to the windows of their opportunities, and to the most special places their heart has ever known.
A six member delegate from Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai recently participated in the first regional round of the World Scholar’s Cup, in south India, hosted in Chennai by the American International School, Taramani. Divided into two teams of three members each, the students have now been qualified to attend the Global Round which will be held in Malaysia in the month of June.
The first team having Harsh Gopal Daga, Anurag Iyer and TP Hemanth together put up a great show to stand 5th among all the visiting teams under the senior division. Ambert Nelson Kumar, Aravinda Narayanan and Liya Sarah Philip formed the second team from the school which was placed 7th among all the teams of the senior division in Chennai.
The World Scholar’s Cup is a global event which more than competition is a celebration of learning. The WSC promotes learning through innovative methods like having community discussions to learn more than what is taught in their syllabus. Regional Rounds are organised in most major cities around the world to select the students to fill up the over 2500 seats of the Global Round. At the Global’, students from around more than 40 countries meet to not just learn but celebrate learning through ways innumerable.
Together, both the teams secured 27 medals for their commendable performances in the 4 sectors of the competition – the Team Debate, the Scholar’s Challenge, Collaborative Writing and the Scholar’s Bowl. The team consisting of Harsh Gopal Daga, Anurag Iyer and TP Hemanth were adjudged the second runners-up for the Best Debating Team award. Harsh Gopal Daga was declared the Best Debater among the participants under the senior division; also he was awarded a medal for being the third best writer among the in the senior division. The second team of Ambert Nelson Kumar, Aravinda Narayanan and Liya Sarah Philip secured the fourth position as a group in the Scholar’s Bowl. Liya was also awarded a gold medal for scoring the most number of points in the Literature section of the Scholar’s Challenge.
Along with the medals, the teams also returned with a beautiful trophy, that Harsh Gopal Daga won for contributing the second highest number of points as an individual scholar. “Winning has just pumped them with more energy to move forward,” felt Arokiaraj, the teams’ trainer.
“For me, this experience is surely once in a lifetime, because there is never going to be something of this kind again. Apart from learning new things, I also made new friends from across the schools of the city. I am so excited for the Global Round already,” said Aravinda Narayanan after the event concluded.
After a fun-filled learning experience over the weekend, the students now move on to start preparing for the Global Round which is just three months away from now.
CPS Group announces Global Scholarship Awards 2015 for the meritorious students of Class VIII & X who have strong scholastic and non scholastic achievements as their credentials. Visit http://www.cpsglobalschool.com/scholarship.html.Register, Qualify & Avail the best scholarship to study in IGCSE / IBDP Curriculum.
Students of Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai secured first place in the inter-school programming competition “Mr. /Ms. Programmer- 2015” conducted by PICO LABZ . The Proteus simulator and PIC micro controller-powered programming kit were provided to the students to prove their skills . The first place was bagged by the team consisting of Shreya , Ronak ,Ajay, Saravana Sanjhay , Kirthiga, Vishnu Priya and Rohit G for doing embedded programming in 4 minutes and 30 seconds. The students received the Title ‘Mr Programmer Trophy 2015’ along with medals and merit certificates. The guides who trained them were Jeyapriya L and Jalaluddin Mohd Ansari Shajahan from Robotics Department of the school. Students have made the school, parents and themselves proud through their passion, creativity and smart work.