Category: Inside CMRNPS

#TeacherBlogger: Pandemic, and Thereafter – By Ms. Namratha, Primary Teacher (Grades 1 and 3)

PANDEMIC, AND THEREAFTER March 2020. It was all over the news, Schools were shut indefinitely, Things started going downhill. Supermarkets were out of stocks, Panic...

/ August 8, 2021

#LeadershipBlogger: Stress – By, Ms. Suma Mohan, Primary – Academic Coordinator, CMRNPS

Stress “I miss being a little kid with no stress, worries, or care in the world”. A lovely wall hanging was seen hanging on the...

/ August 8, 2021

#LeadershipBlogger: Adolescence – A Turmoil or a Blooming Phase – By, Ms. Pravitha Nair, Middle School Academic Coordinator, CMRNPS

Adolescence-A turmoil or A blooming phase Stupendo-fantabulously phantasmagorically magical!If you are a reality show viewer at all, I’m sure you must have heard of this...

/ August 5, 2021

#StudentBlogger: Wings of the World – By, L Pushkar Skanda, Grade 8C

Wings of the world Everyone aspires to fly, fly high, gaze at the world from the top, from the skies. But most can’t as we...

/ August 5, 2021

#StudentBlogger: The Name Doodling Contest – By, Akshita Nair, Grade 7B

The Name Doodling Contest Name Doodling is something every child enjoys and I am no different! Our teachers recognized this interest of ours and held...

/ August 3, 2021

#StudentBlogger: Friendship Day – By, Param Panda, Grade 12

Friendship is a treasure trove of connections on love and acceptance. It’s a bond developed between those who feel at home. The friendship bond one...

/ August 3, 2021

#StudentBlogger: Dream Vs Reality – By, Avani Sastry, Grade 7

I woke up one morning when the bright ray of sunshine hit my face. The sun was unexceptionally bright today. I lay on the bed...

/ August 3, 2021

#StudentBlogger: The Next Big Thing – By, Aadya Sosale, Grade 6

THE NEXT BIG THING What is “BIG?” What is there to change the world?EVs. Not familiar with this term? Well, EVs are called “Electronic vehicles”.In...

/ August 3, 2021

#CounsellorBlogger: Boundries – Why they Matter By, Anika Joseph, Counselling Specialist, CMRNPS

Boundaries. Why they matter Boundaries generally conjure up an image of territory and walls. However, it has an important place in our conversations about emotional...

/ August 3, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Oral Health – By, Ms. Gomathi, Primary Teacher

Taking Care of Baby Teeth: A Big Role in Dental Health. There was a time when people believed that baby teeth didn’t matter because they...

/ August 3, 2021