With a motive to recycle the waste products, a competition “Best Out Of Waste” was held on 3rd Oct’16. The objective of this competition was to create an amicable environment by making use of the waste products in an aesthetic way. Students used their imagination and creativity and brought out many wonderful useful products showcasing their ability to create and make the best use of the waste products. The best three from each class were selected and awarded Certificate of Merit by our Principal Mrs. Subhashini Govindan.


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The little scientist exhibition was held at Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai on 14/10/16 Friday between 9.30 to 12.30 pm for the lower primary classes (I to V) with a view to encourage and inculcate a scientific temper amongst the students.

The students showcased their talents in Science, Social Science and Robotics.

Imagination is more important than the knowledge says Albert Einstein. It was a great day for these little scientists to say “All of Science is nothing more than the refinement of everyday thinking”. The children of class I to V had done a great job by giving their best in model making, involvement in their participation in the experiments they conducted.

Models of solar system, digestive system, periscope, kaleidoscope, volcanoes, pollution control, robos doing household chores, electrical and electronic gadgets used for match making etc. were thought provoking and beyond their level of comprehension. Nevertheless they understood the process explained confidently to all the spectators.

Children of middle school and high school visited the exhibition and were keen on knowing the scientific ideas and appreciated the innovation involved.

The exhibits were judged by our PGT teachers Mr. Dinesh Kumar and Ms. Mini Simon who put up more queries related to the topic. Our HM Ms. Bindu added a few words of appreciation while judgement.

Principal Madam Mrs. Subhashini Govindan visited the exhibition and heard each and every student and appreciated their confidence, perseverance and presentation skills. She honoured the students with Certificate of Participation and also awarded the best three in each category. She also appreciated the teachers who guided them and parents who helped them to exhibit their ideas and dreams.

Students indeed are our future pillars ascertained Principal Madam. The whole group was overwhelmed with enthusiasm and appreciation.


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The Teacher’s Day is celebrated on 5th September to mark the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan who was a great teacher, philosopher and guide to the whole of teaching fraternity. This day was celebrated with pomp and show at Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai on 2nd Sept’16 itself owing to the ensuing holidays which were to follow. The students had prepared a short programme of music, dance, speech and drama dedicated to the whole teaching fraternity of Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai. The whole programme was satisfactory and churned the emotions of all the teachers; soon the students took over the school in the form of teachers and relieved the teachers for a short while. The management honoured each and every teacher with a small gift as a token of kind gesture and entertained them for a great lunch as a mark of appreciation for the noble work that they had taken up in their life.

Dr. S. Radhakrishnan was remembered the whole day and the teachers enjoyed the responsibility entrusted to them as a teacher of great caliber.


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“Prevention is always better than cure”
17th October is observed as World Trauma Day. This day highlights the increasing rate of accidents and injuries causing death and disability across the world and the need to prevent them. In view of this, the students of Senior Secondary were sensitized and a pledge on road safety initiated by Apollo Hospital was taken inorder to raise awareness on the increasing frequency of traffic mishaps occurring on daily basis. Trauma is no accident; it can be easily prevented by staying alert. So, help yourself as well as others by acting responsibly.

Superkidz @ Junior Academy

A fun filled and complete skill based structured term for the Superkidz at Junior Academy got over with full zeal. The theme based activities and events (like July – “Butterflies”, August – “Go Green”, September – “Teddy Bear” and October “Rain”) gave the children a relaxed, interesting and informative after school segment. The happy lunch time with the team mates, the cozy nap time, the brisk physical activities like Dance & kids Zumba, the fascinating story telling session with puppet making, pleasant melodic music time, Personality development session along with language enhancement classes, essential Life skills and exciting role plays, step by step free hand drawing to improve their drawing skills were part of the Superkidz program for the term. It was a touching scene when the children hugged each other and said “will miss you” with innocent smiles and expressions and waved off for the term with added expectations for the days to come.

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CPS-TMZ-Gandhi Jayanti Celebration

On 1st Oct’16 a special assembly was held on account of Gandhi Jayanti. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi a great freedom fighter steered the nation towards freedom from the cruel hands of the Britishers. This freedom has given independent life to all Indians because of which the Indians are able to breathe free air. To mark his birth anniversary, October 2nd is celebrated all over the world as Gandhi Jayanti. To mark one of his principles, “Swachh Bharat” was adopted and a campaign of “Clean India-Green India” was carried out by every Indian.

Students of Pre-Primary took up this campaign forward and cleaned their environment, sang songs in praise of Gandhiji and chorused slogans on Gandhiji and his principles of Clean India – Green India. “Hear Good, Speak Good and See Good” was vociferously voiced out. It was indeed a wonderful site, to see the tiny tots with gloves, caps & aprons and a bucket with broom and clothes cleaning the school and its environment.



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When additional value is added to a material through innovation or creativity the end product is something unique with an entirely new function.
The class II students of CPS had an event named ‘Conventional Reuse’ on 5.10.2016.The students brought old plastic bottles, old CDs, jars and pots along with some decorative items such as colourful ribbons, ice cream sticks, beads, paint, glue pen and glue. The students were gleaming with joy as they converted the CDs into wall hanging and the bottles into flower vase, pen stand, fish tank and animals. The classrooms glistened with the new handicrafts that the little fingers had made.
The students learnt to think about how an item could be reused before throwing it away. They also understood how to use glass jars and small pots as small containers to store odds and ends.
The creativity of each and every child was exhibited.
‘No one can do everything but everyone can do something’

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With every passing year, the world witnesses a fresh batch of brilliant tech innovations, each , often better and more mind-boggling than the last.To keep in par with the latest technology, the students of grade IV were given an opportunity to display their specialization in the field of computers in a competition titled “Share IT”.The preliminary round was conducted recently.Students presented PPT and Models associated with Education, Medicine, space, Nano Technology.They also brought models ,charts, flash cards related to this topic.Four students from each house were selected for the final round which was held on 30th September. In the final round the contestants Presented topics about Cloud computing ,Virtual classroom, Hubble Telescope,3D printed car and Flying car, Vein Viewer, Teaching Robot, Apple Watch , Virtual reality.The students exhibited their skills in specific domains which not only made the competition challenging but also informative and innovative.

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A grandparent is someone with silver in their hair and gold in their heart.
Grandparents play an imperative role in the life of every child. Their bed-time stories are integral part of everyone’s growing up years. Grandparents pamper their grandchildren a lot more than the parents themselves and this leaves a lasting impression on the child’s life. So to felicitate and honour the grandparents we at CPS organized an event called ‘Granny Tales’ where in few grandparents of the pre primary children were invited to the main campus and at Junior Academy. Their enriching mythological, traditional stories and rhymes kept the children captivated. The children thanked the grandparents for their precious gift of time by singing a classic song and giving a card as a token of appreciation.

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India is a land of great political leaders who ruled the country effectively and also protected its national interest. We at CPS felt it was our duty to remember those who fought tirelessly for the freedom of our country and those who shaped its destiny in the subsequent years with their vision and wisdom.
An event named YOUNG ORATORS was conducted for the students of Class 3. The students had adorned themselves in the costumes of their favorite leaders making the campus look colourful. The far-sightedness and pragmatic characteristics of the leaders were depicted by them. They communicated on every level – through their words, their body language, thoughts and feelings which brought out a sense of patriotism in them.
The parents need to be specially thanked for their cooperation in the success of this event.

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