Chennai Public School opens its portal to many educational avenues for its students. CPSites make the optimal use of life-changing opportunities and come out with flying colours. In the recent International Commerce Olympiad 2017 , the Department of commerce with the able guidance of the Principal and staff (kindly mention names of teachers involved) have led the students to achieve laurels. Shreyas S (XI) and Yash R (XII) have bagged the First place which comes with a Trophy, Gold medal ,Certificate of Excellence and Certificate of merit. Ritu Joseph (XI) and Praful Jain(XII) have clinced the second place for which Silver medal, Certificate of Excellence and Certificate of merit. Enose K Cherian (XI) and Shrey Kumar Jain(XII) have secured the third place which includes the Bronze medal and a Certificate of merit. CPS proudly congratulates the achievers as it marches towards a decade of excellence in its journey towards Holistic education.
Now in the present time majority of the kids start their day with mobile and ends with it too. Video games and television plays a major role and most of the children loosing the habit of playing outdoor games. If they have all the things in a such small device in a relaxable place, then what’s the need to go out for searching fun in hot sun. CPS wanted the kids to play and experience few Desi Games and here you could see how and what fun they had playing it.
The much awaited 7th Annual Sports Meet of Chennai Public School, Anna Nagar was held on 25th January with great fervour and excitement amidst cheers and thrills. Mr. Vasudevan Baskaran, an Arjuna Awardee ,who had captained the gold medal winning Indian Hockey team at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow, was the chief guest of the day. In his speech he spoke about the importance of games in the present day world. He also insisted the role of a parent in preparing a child to face this competitive world is immense. To be a successful student, one should learn to balance both academics and sports. Mr. Sivaprakash K R who represented Tamil Nadu at the Ranji trophy, was the special guest. He appreciated the infrastructure of the school and the importance given to sports related activities.The fantastic turn out of the parents and the fine weather added to the day’s splendor.
The various sports events and the cultural extravaganza that followed held the gathering enthralled and spell bound. The crowning glory of this event was the honoring of the 10 Gems of CPS who have excelled themselves in various spheres of sports.Beating of the Retreat marked the end of the Annual Sports Meet (2017-18), where all the hard work, athletic discipline and sportsman spirit of the students had finally paid off.
Heritage is an intrinsic part of people’s life. It has the power to influence their views and values, their hopes and aspirations.
The prestigious CBSE Heritage India Quiz 2017 was held at the Chennai Public School on 02 Feb 2018. This venue was a scene of hustle and bustle where around 250 students along with their teachers representing eighty schools across the region came in to be a part of this prestigious show. It was a golden opportunity for these young scholars to exhibit their talents and erudition.
The much sought after, young and energetic Mr Vinay Mudaliar was the best Quiz Master anyone could hope for. After the preliminary round six teams were selected from Tamil Nadu. At the end of five tough rounds, Srivageesha Vidhyashram school from Trichy was qualified for the Regional round.
The four teams representing Nagpur – Bhavans B P Vidya Mandir , Bangalore – Sri Kumaran Children’s Home, Hyderabad – St Andrews School and Tamil Nadu – Sri Vageesha Vidhyashram Senior Secondary School faced a brain storming session, at the end of which students from Nagpur and Chennai were qualified for the semi-final round to be held at Delhi.
“If one wants to achieve success in the Heritage India Quiz one should have a detailed knowledge of the heritage of every state in the country “. On this note from Mr. Vinay Mudaliar, the much awaited and much enjoyed Heritage India Quiz 2017 also brought its curtain down.
“Be a hand that reaches out to help others”
The children of Class 3 displayed their talents in music, dance and drama during their special assembly titled, “Take a stand, Lend your hand”. The young students spread the message of love and highlighted that lending a hand need not be just giving money, but can be as simple as a single kind word, smile or a thoughtful gesture. They rocked the stage with their vibrant dance performance. They stole the hearts of the audience through a melodious carnatic and western song. The Hindi speech was dedicated to a few philanthropists who had devoted their lives to the society. The special assembly was graced with the presence of three eminent special guests, Ms Elezabeth G K, Dr. Solomon Suresh and Ms Shridevi Sudharsan. They were mesmerized by the varied performances and display of talents by the students. Parents too were contented to see all their children participate in different events . The assembly made the children understand that all must do their part to make this world a better place for everyone.
Robotics Department of Chennai Public School conducted an activity – ” THE ROBONAUTS” for the Middle School students. A theme based activity was conducted and the students actively participated in the event. The activity was conducted to make students to build their own robots and to work with others to solve the problems of robot agility and reactions.
The Special Assembly was an exact representation of the above quote. The topic seemed apt and was truly imbibed by every student and perfectly executed by them. The programme was conducted recently. Many unique events based on the topic, such as Puppet Show, Dance, Music, Natiya Nadagam and Mime were performed with great co-ordination and expertise by the students. The events took place in the presence of three Eminent Special Guests. Ms. Sangeetha Makesh, a renowned psychologist , Mr.Sathish Manikandan and Ms.Rashma Shenoay , renowned Special Educators. They greatly appreciated the students for their vibrant and colourful display of talents. They also commended the school for conducting this unique event which gave an opportunity for every child to participate and exhibit their innate talents.
The parents were exhilarated and whole-heartedly applauded the efforts taken by the school in showcasing such a wonderful programme. The theme ‘Celebrating Differences’ went a long way in instilling the qualities of appreciating each other’s differences and nurturing brotherhood among the students.