CPS Thirumazhisai – Prime MUN 1.0

“There are those who look at the way things are, and ask why? I dream of things that never were, and ask why not?” – Robert F. Kennedy

The Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai hosted the first of its kind Model UN, CPS Prime MUN on 22 & 23 July, amplifying the voice of tomorrow’s leaders by placing students in the shoes of real UN diplomats. Oscar Berry, Secretary General, Harvard Model UN India was the Chief Guest of the Opening Ceremony. He addressed the diplomats virtually and delivered his keynote address. For its first edition, the event witnessed 200+ student delegates from the Chennai region under the committees being UNGA, UNSC, UNHRC, UNCSW & IP.

The event conducted by the students, backed by the school, led to success under the leadership of Director General – Atheeb Hussain, PRO Head – Tanush C P, and Treasurers Muskan Sehgal & Nitin Josh. The student delegates took on the roles of diplomats from different countries, representing their nation in discussion on a particular agenda topic at the conference, they also addressed International issues and how these issues affect humanity as a whole. The young delegates passed resolutions to the problems that were in discussion, which might be a real-time solution in the near future.

For the first time in MUNs across India, the UNSC committee did not fail, creating history in CPS Prime MUN by having its members march over to the UNGA committee and passing the motion to remove veto powers.

Such events prepare students to learn about diplomacy, international relations, research techniques, public speaking, debating, compromise, and writing skills in addition to improving critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities. At the end of the event, the best performing delegates from each committee were recognized with trophies and medals. This two days event was a great leadership learning experience, and the Team Prime MUN deserves a big round of applause for making this happen.

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CPSites @ FIDE 44th Chess Olympiad Closing Ceremony

From Mission Impossible to Grand Success, the 44th Chess Olympiad, planned and executed in less than four months, was a roaring success in all aspects including participants, hospitality and entertainment.

S. Koushik of Class III and S. Monisha of Class V from Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai with a team of seven students solved the Rubik’s Cube puzzle in a minute at the closing ceremony of the 44th Chess Olympiad. They also presented a mosaic art made of cubes to the Chief Minister M.K. Stalin depicting Late. Dr. Kalaignar Karunanidhi.

CPS-ANNANAGAR- #IndiaAT75 Independance Day Celebration#Investiture

#ChennaiPublicSchool,Anna Nagar recalled the victory of India by commemorating 75 years of independence with great rigour and patriotism today. The celebration also embraced the Investiture Ceremony to badge the newly elected leaders. The Chief Guest, Col. Ganesh Bhatt hoisted the Tricolour Flag and inspired the audience with his vivacious speech focussing on various tit bits which every student should look into like safe guarding the environment, acquire mental and emotional strength and remember the unsung heroes on this momentous day.

CPS believes that true leader is not set out as a leader but becomes one through his confidence to stand alone, courage to take tough decisions and compassion towards the need of others. Multifarious events lined up one after the other on the row made the audience awestruck.

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CPS-ANNANAGAR- “Musivista” for Budding Songsters

“Without music, life would be a blank to me.” – Jane Austen

The #primary wing of #ChennaiPublicSchool, Anna Nagar, participated in Musivista, a music competition to unveil their inclination towards music. The juveniles amazed the audience with their spectacular voices, choice of rhythm and lyrics. #CPS identifying budding talents offered them a platform to showcase their musical prowess and it turned out successful.

CPS-ANNANAGAR-LAYA, the Digital Artist of CPS @NY

#ChennaiPublicSchool, Anna Nagar is cheery for Laya Mathikshara of class 10 for presenting her experience and journey through #DigitalArt before 1500+ attendees and visitors in MET AMS, Netherlands and in NFT NYC, New York where her artworks were featured on various galleries and events across the cities. Her interest in Digital Art, NFT and Web 3 made her way into this huge success giving her a tremendous amount of experience.

CPS Thirumazhisai hosted Youth Policy Dialogue

“Taste the relish to be found in competition – in having put forth the best within you.”- Henry Kaiser.

Reinvigorated in the year 2016, with a reach over 8000+ schools, 164 cities and 25 Indian states, the Youth Policy Dialogue (YPD) the first of its kind in India is a student led dialogue. It kick started its Chennai round recently at Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai – the school that is committed to create lifelong learners and future global leaders capable of ushering in a better social order.

The purpose of Youth Policy is to create conditions, learning, opportunity and experience, which enable upcoming leaders to develop knowledge, skills and competence. This allows young minds to be the actors of democracy, integrate into the society, play an active role in civil society and in particular, enhance their problem solving skills.

The IPN YPD focused on grass root issues in the shape of 4 committees:

1. Dynamics of achievement gap between private and public schools.

2. The need for India to import basic amenities rather than developing it themselves.

3. Exploitation of minerals and energy resources of the country

4. City press (photography, article writing, videography, caricature)

Although being debutants in Chennai, IPN YPD welcomed over 200 students making its mark in shaping up future policy makers of the world.

CPS-ANNANAGAR- Paragon-Inspires to Impact Lives

“Inspiration can come to us at any time and from many sources….. The story of someone who has succeeded in spite of difficulty can stir our emotions.” – Jim Rohn

Students of Class VII #ChennaiPublicSchool, Anna Nagar organized “Paragon”, a special assembly with a motto to inspire lives. The event included a variety of programs like Sanskrit skit on the life and struggles of classical dancer Ms. Sudha Chandran, an Hindi speech on the hard work of certain legends, a rendition of Tamil and English motivational songs, mimes on the tussles of Cricketer Thangarasu Natarajan, Ms. Arunima Sinha, the first female amputee to climb Mt. Everest and also about the Param Vir Chakra holder Captain Vikram Batra. On the whole the assemblage was inspired and motivated by the phenomenal performance of the students.


The #preprimary tiny tots of #ChennaiPublicSchool, Anna Nagar had a cyclopedic learning on the importance of #family through an event “MY ROOTS”. Kiddos identified the types of family each live in, their members and the bonding they share, through stories, rhymes and Chit-chats. As roots hold a tree, love holds a family. Kids created a #memorabilia using vegetable painting, buttons pasting and drawing to portray their family. This furthered the children’s understanding on the significance of ‘Family’, an ever-lasting relationship between members agglutinated with love.