Category: Inside CMRNPS

#TeacherBlogger: Travelling By, Geraldine Kolb Pre-Primary Teacher, CMRNPS

Traveling Traveling is an amazing experience that everyone big or small, young and old enjoys and looks forward to. On our journey, one gets to...

/ April 6, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Reading Week: Become A Character By, Rose Mary Thomas V Primary Teacher, CMRNPS

Become a character Reading is essential in the life of children as it is essential for their success. CMRNPS celebrated its reading week from February...

/ February 22, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Detox From Gadgets By, Joy Grace Primary Teacher, CMRNPS

The COVID-19 has somersaulted many families and lives, especially the children who are left devastated and distorted with the new normal. This has impacted the...

/ February 22, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Parampara – Mythological Quiz By, Gouri Parvathi H Primary and Middle School Hindi Teacher, CMRNPS

Every human society possesses mythology which is inherited, transmitted, and diversified by literature – Northrop Frye Mythology has played an intrinsic role in every civilization...

/ February 22, 2022

#CounsellorBlog: What Does It Take To Rest? By, Anika Joseph Counsellor, CMRNPS

A few days ago a friend of mine asked me if I hated resting because of how difficult it was for me to stop working....

/ February 21, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Buy Well, Choose Less And Make It Last! By, Uveshna R Math Facilitator, CMRNPS

Buy Well, Choose less and make it last! As the saying goes, an ocean breeze puts a mind at ease! Who doesn’t like spending time...

/ February 21, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Expert Talk: Student Author By, Sukhleen Kaur, CMRNPS

The Expert Talk session started off with Middle School Coordinator , Ms. Pravitha interacting with students and  sharing her views about the importance of reading...

/ February 16, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Japanese StroyTelling Session By, Uveshna R Math Facilitator, CMRNPS

Intending to inculcate the young minds into the world of books and to become effective future storytellers, Mrs. Lorraine narrated the popular Japanese folklore-inspired from...

/ February 16, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Importance of Reading By, Banupriya Aella Primary Teacher, CMRNPS

“One picture is worth a thousand words”, this phrase was popularized in the 1920s by Fred R. Barnard and later used by many others. He used the phrase “A...

/ February 16, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Reading Week: Become A Character By, Liju P Raju Primary Teacher, CMRNPS

A child who reads will become an adult who thinks! To enhance creativity, imagination, build confidence, focus, memory, empathy, and communication skills, a Reading week...

/ February 16, 2022