CPS ANNANAGAR hosts West Chennai Sahodaya Cluster Athletic Meet.

Sports do not build character. They reveal it. More than 500 students across 22 schools all over Chennai gathered at Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai to be a part of the West Chennai Sahodaya Cluster Schools Athletic Meet 2018-19. The Guest for the day Ms. Chitrakala Ramachandran, Principal, CPS, Thirumazhisai. Mrs. Asha Nathan, Principal, CPS, Anna Nagar, hoisted the National Flag, followed by Diya Amal’s oath taking ceremony.
It was a glorious achievement for SBOA School & Junior College who stood out as the participants were felicitated with the overall championship trophy.

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CPS ANNANAGAR Astronomy Club. Stargazing.

More than 150 Students of CPS Astronomy Club, observed the night sky on 5th and 6th of February in their sprawling school campus at Thirumazhisai. The club members were shown constellations, galaxies, nebula and star clusters during their observation. They also learnt the basics of stargazing and how to read sky maps (Planisphere) to hunt the bright constellations in the sky. Each one got a chance to operate 200 mm Telescopes to point at given objects in the sky. Lastly, the club members got hands-on experience on the DSLR camera to click Astrophotographs. It was a wonderful exposure and students are eager for many more stargazing learning experiences in their sessions to come.

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CPS ANNANAGAR l’l ones are on cloud nine…

“The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential… these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.”
CPS little ones of PP3 proved it with ease in the CANOPY 2019, an inter-school competition organized by Sindhi Model Sr Sec School. The young winners are on cloud nine now! Anish Harkid, Aadhav Thanigainathan, Zahra Huzefa Mandalaywala, Nivashini M & Pranika Ashwnkumar astounded everyone through their commendable performance securing first position in the Group Fusion Dance and Adhiban.C bagged the first position in the Pictionary competition, which added more colours to the winning caps of CPS. Hearty congratulations to all.

CPS, Anna Nagar – 8th Annual Sports Meet.

“Ability is what you are capable of doing, Motivation determines what you do, Attitude determines how well you do it”. The 8th Annual Sports Meet of Chennai Public School, Annanagar was filled with buzzing excitement and exhilaration amidst thrill shrills and cheers. The program was graced by eminent chief guests Mr. A. Rajan (Asian Gold Medalist, Athletics & Chief Coach, SDAT) Mr. Balavinayagam T (President, Throwball Association & Federation of India) and Mr. Bala Manishankar A (General Secretary, ESIC Tamil Nadu & Vice President, All India ESIC). Principal Mrs.Asha Nathan welcomed the guests and they were felicitated by Shri. Devarajan, Chairman, CPS Group of Institutions. Inter house March Past marked the start of the events followed by the lighting of the Olympic torch. The young and budding athletes of CPS participated in various athletic events making the atmosphere around euphoric and elated. The drill, yoga and pyramid performances by the students were a colourful treat to the eyes. The highlight of the day was the presentation of the Dhyan Chand and Abhinav Bindra awards to the 6 Gems of CPS for their exceptional contribution to sports, bringing laurels to the school and the nation. It was a day engulfed in sportsmanship spirit and cheerful smiles as the students departed with medals and trophies.

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CPS ANNANAGAR-Kids Expo- A Day to Cherish.

“What makes a child gifted and talented may not always be good grades in school, but a different way of looking at the world and learning. “
CPS KIDS EXPO provided a wonderful platform for pre-primary students of Chennai Public School, Anna Nagar to display their extracurricular talents. The expo had numerous informative displays on interesting topics like pollination, photosynthesis, life cycles of butterflies etc. and the children enthralled the visitors with their knowledge on these topics. The students displayed great confidence while explaining to the visitors, the various models that they had created. They also entertained the audience with a dance performance, showcasing the various dance mudras which they had learnt at school.

A Magic show, toy train rides, a merry go round and a jumping castle were set up on school grounds on the day of the event, adding to the overall experience of the expo. This year’s expo was indeed a day of fun and pride for students and teachers alike.

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CPS-ANNANAGAR-Celebrates 70th Republic Day

The 70th Republic Day of our country was celebrated with great honour and respect at the CPS premises. The Chief Guest Dr. M. Gautaman, Head of Sociology department, Loyola College
hoisted the National flag and rendered the Republic day message. In his address, he said “children learn history and civics to know their roots and groom them to be great citizens of India”. He also spoke eloquently about the relevance of the Indian Constitution. On this remarkable day, students were felicitated with the Academic Excellence Awards for the year 2017-18. The school echoed with patriotic fervour and the premises was adorned in the hues of the tri-colour.

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CPS- Global Leadership training in the NUS.

Harvard Model Congress Asia, the U.S. government simulation conference run entirely by the Harvard students took place in the National University of Singapore recently. CPS Schools Group was nominated to be a part of HMCA 2019 that provided the golden opportunity to know about government and international relations, navigate into the pressing global issues and offer a forum to discuss possible solutions. CPSites at HMCA articulated their views and engaged in the productive debate that is a vital part of leadership, government, and civic engagement.

The three-day conference was an exciting event of immense proportions in which more than 600 hundred students from around the world assumed the roles of American and international leaders to address significant global issues while learning how the US government and various international organizations operate. They participated in debates, delivered speeches, and converged to write bills with the aim of passing resolutions and legislation to solve these issues.

The event was complemented by an informative session during the opening ceremony about college life and the application process featuring students from both Harvard and NUS. Apart from attending HMCA, CPSites also visited the Night Safari as well as Universal Studios as a part of fun trip. To conclude, HMCA was an experience they will never forget.

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CPS-ANNANAGAR-Vedic Mantra Chanting Excellence

The entire universe is built on sound, which is nothing but vibration. By vibrating a certain combination of sounds, we are able to tune into various levels of intelligence, or consciousness. Chanting is a pleasure that transcends the senses, it takes us beyond the bounds of time and space . Thus it soothes in a most profound way. Students of Chennai Public School, Anna Nagar won the Interschool Vedic Mantra Chanting Competition organized by D.A.V Group of Schools.


“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”
The pursuit of knowledge is never ending. The CPS Expo ILLUMINA 2K 18 was inaugurated with a lot of fanfare and gathering at Chennai Public School, Anna Nagar.
There was no dearth for imagination, knowledge, artistic fervor and entertainment when facts and fiction, culture and tradition, language and literature, science and technology and mathematical concepts converged to illuminate both the participants and the viewers to get an insight into the various fields of learning.
Needless to say it was indeed a platform from where one could carry home new ideas and vivid memories.

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One subject most kids enjoy learning about is animals.  “Joy in the Jungle” a topic about animals, birds and insects were taught for Pre Primary children at Junior academy. Various fun filled activities like colouring, craft work, rhymes, songs and dances were part of the teaching which gave the children a joyful learning session. A role play based on the animals that are getting extinct, supported by a story made the kids understand and appreciate the topic. Kids carried home a handmade craft with them as keepsake.

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