Knocking top football teams across the city, Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai boys team made it to the finals and emerged as Runner-up in ‘Under 17 Football Tournament’ conducted by Sudarsanam Vidhyashram. Best Player of the Tournament was awarded to Rishi Kumar of class XI.
CPS congratulates the achievers and wishes them to climb the ladder of success hitting all hurdles and difficulties to reach for the goal.
From a total of six teams participated, chennaipublicschool, Thirumazhisai bagged the runner-up title in Thiruvallur District Basketball Tournament 2022 conducted by the ICF Colony Basketball club affiliated to Tamilnadu Basketball Association. CPS Girls U13 Basketball team went on attack right from the beginning of the match making it to the finals. Best Player of the Tournament was awarded to Diya D of Class VIII. Congratulations team!
Ganesh Chathurthi was celebrated by the Pre Primary students of Chennai Public School Thirumazhisai recently with great zeal and enthusiasm. The students were attired in ethnic wear.
The event commenced with spiritual songs in praise of Lord Ganesha and stories told by teachers. The eco-friendly natural clay Ganeshas molded by students along with our Principal created much excitement among students. The activity is hoped to instill environmental awareness among students.
To enhance the festive mood a video related to the festival was shown to students. Different activities like rangoli pasting, sticking pulses, bhajans and shlokas, engaged the students, making the atmosphere charged with festive fervor. The event was enjoyed by the tots and teachers alike.
“In this world of ours, the sparrow must live like a hawk if he is to fly at all.”- Hayao Miyazaki
O.T. Ravindran Foundation carries forward the legacy of Mr. O.T. Ravindran, furthering the causes of ecological conservation, education for deserving students, and promoting scientific art, took up many pioneering projects like ‘Swanirbhar P-Age 19’, ‘Zero Waste Management’ and ‘Sparrow Conservation’.
In association with Chennai Public School, Chennai, OTRF organized an awareness programme on sparrow conservation project – ‘Let’s Bring Them Back’, and distributed artificial nests, guided the installation and maintenance of the nest boxes to create a viable ambience for the sparrows to nest and multiply. Along with Mr. O. M. Shailendran, Director of OTRF and several eminent people of Chennai Public School, Dr. D. Rajasekhar, the Chief Scientist & Group Director of ship management group at National Institute of Ocean Technology, Chennai graced the occasion.
Various competitions were held to spread an awareness on sparrow conservation and the winners were recognised with medals and certificates by the foundation. The vibrant effort of students, teachers and OTRF team made the event a grand success.
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.
#ChennaiPublicSchool, Thirumazhisai is proud of Madhumithra, who came out as 2nd runner up playing her first match with Thiruvallur district #Basketball team in Tamil Nadu Basketball Association with Arise Foundation. CPS congratulates her and wishes Madhumithra to play for the nation.
French National Day is commonly known as the ‘Bastille Day’ in English, celebrated on the 14 of July every year. Our school being true to its ideology encourages and promotes celebration of all cultures. Hence, in this spirit of being ‘International Minded’, the French language teachers and students of Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai together organized an event to mark this date. The activities like tongue twisters, vocabulary-based memory games, singing French songs and making handmade French flags for kids in primary classes brought out the students’ creativity as well as their eagerness to learn more about life in France and to distinguish the difference in cultures of India and France.