With the aim of familiarizing the parents as “Partners in Progress” Chennai Public School Thirumazhisai organised a orientation program for parents of Elementary Section where a glimpse of the Academic & Co-Curricular activities was presented. The 21st century Methodologies of teaching & learning were presented by specialist teachers to the parents. Later this was followed with the welcoming of the little urchins who walked in with all happiness & vigour.
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“Education is not learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think”
An orientation programme for the parents of the Pre-Primary and Grade I & II was organized on 22nd June 2019, Saturday in Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai. Principal Ms. Chitrkala Ramachandran, during her address emphasized on the holistic development of the child and also shared her views on social awareness which was an eye-opener for everyone. The first session initiated with Pre-primary Orientation by the coordinator Ms. Gautami Kulkarni, she oriented the parents with the concept of individualized environment based learning methodologies, curriculum and school rules and regulations. It was followed by the teachers demo to help parents understand the functioning of the various workstations in school. Parents were requested to visit different workstations after the orientation. In the next session Grade I & II parents were oriented by the Primary Coordinator Ms. Kiruthiga about the guidelines of the curriculum, rules and regulations of the school, teaching methodologies and co-scholastic activities. Parents were also briefed about inculcation of innovative teaching strategies. The program ended on a good note with an aim of raising children into happy, skillful and creatively well- adjusted citizens
We, Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai organised workshop on Stress Relief for all the teachers on 6th June 2019 conducted by Ms. Deethi & Mr. Manoj, a Psychiatrist by profession. This workshop enabled our teachers to understand, how to cope with stress and diverse body postures. They demonstrated few strategies on how to take care of themselves and various informative tips were given. Throughout it was more rejuvenating and beneficial to all.
All teachers of Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai, attended the workshop conducted by the Principal Mrs. Chitrakala Ramachandran on 31 April 2019. The session helped the teachers to plan meticulously for each of their 40 min lesson. Teachers were explained how to determine the Objective and success Criteria for the day. Through interesting and thought provoking activities, teachers comprehended the accurate ways of planning their lessons.
A two days workshop on “Wordsworth English Language Lab” was conducted on 7 & 8 June 2019 at Chennai Public School Thirumazhisai by Mr. Mangeshwaran, Product Trainer. This session aimed at the teachers to refresh, inspire and enliven their teaching practice in lab. Teachers were advised to give students the chance to take their conversational skills to the next level in a natural environment. It was a fun based opener for the teachers to use the language lab more effectively.
A workshop on Productive Skills was organised in Chennai Public School on 4th June 2019 for English Teachers. Ms. Sumithra Srinivasan, a spokesperson of ESOL, explained the difference between Productive and Receptive skills. Productive Skills include speaking and writing skills which play a vital role in the 21st century learning. Different language activities were introduced which drove home the importance of building vocabulary through communication and writing.
“When you look at the stars and the galaxy, you feel that you are not just from any particular piece of land, but from the solar system” – Kalpana Chawla
For the students of Chennai Public school, 19th June 2019 was a day of wonderment. All India Asteroid search Campaign workshop – Phase 1 was conducted by Space Chennai at the school premises.This session was well attended by students and teachers from various schools and colleges in and around Chennai.
Mr. Neeraj Ladia from Space Chennai led the students through the mesmerizing world of Space and exposed them to the recent discoveries and inventions.
Mr Neeraj then instructed the students on how to download the image data received by a telescope. The students were also educated to analyze and identify an asteroid and to send the data to the International Asteroid search Campaign.
Astrometrica opened new vistas of information and knowledge to those young and inquisitive minds.
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Students of Chennai public school, Thirumazhasai participated in the season 3 pro kabaddi junior competition which was organised at Vellammal School by Star India on 21.06.19 and 22.06.19. Twenty five schools had participated. Our school students exhibited good skills in the game and won their match against Maharishividhya mandir.
“Yoga is a light, which once lit, will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter the flame.” Chennai Public School, Anna Nagar celebrated “The International Yoga Day” on 21st June, 2019 with a lot of ebullience and excellence. Om is the whole universe coalesced into a single word, representing the union of mind, body, and spirit, that is the heart of yoga. The event thus started with the chanting of OM followed by the prayer. It is designed for a vast and profound purpose and for it to be truly called Yoga, its essence must be embodied – so said the Principal, Mrs. Asha Nathan who is a great yoga enthusiast herself. She reflected her profound knowledge on the importance of yoga and the inception of Yoga Day. An exalting demonstration of Pranayama, Yoga Mudras and various Asanas by our ever vivacious students added sparkle to the event. The celebration culminated with the message that Yoga is not to be performed; it has to be lived and enjoyed.
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The Fifth Year of the International Yoga Day is celebrated in Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai on 21 June 2019. Over 1600 students of the school performed the various Asanas which are being practiced in the school regularly. Forty students attired in white, demonstrated 15 Asanas including Vrkshasanam, Uttanpadasanam, Paschimottanasanam, Chakrasanam Etc. with great agility and poise. The rest of the school performed Ardhamatsyendrasanam, Yoga Mudra, Badhakonasanam, Vajrasanam Etc. which help in balancing the mind, improve blood circulation and rejuvenate the vital organs. These postures are being practiced with the goal of maintaining a healthy heart, keeping at par with aim of the Ministry of AYUSH – YOGA FOR HEART.
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