Category: Inside CMRNPS

#TeacherBlogger: The Tree That I AM – By, Geraldine Catherine Kolb, PPM Teacher

A warm welcome to all.Today the 12th of August, we the students of K2/Mont. Section C conducted their virtual assembly.Our host for the event was...

/ September 7, 2021

#LeadershipBlogger: NEP 2020 – A breakthrough in the Modern Education System in India – By, Mrs Swati Soni, Head of School, CMRNPS

NEP 2020 is based on the pillars of access- access to education to all the students irrespective of their geographical location/resources, equity- amongst all the...

/ August 31, 2021

#EditorialDesk: Stoicism – By, Pranav Sudhir Kashyap, Editorial Head

The last couple of years have been extremely strenuous to all of us stranded at our homes to the point where it’s repulsive to even...

/ August 20, 2021

#CounsellorBlog: Where does all my Time go? – Understanding time Management – By, Anika Joseph, School Counsellor

Time management is an aspect that most of us struggle with in some way or the other. It affects our productivity and also our mood...

/ August 20, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: The Cup that cheers! – By, Ms. Banupriya Ella, CMRNPS

“When positivity is the keyYou’ll find peace in a cup of tea”― Munia Khan, Fireclay In our day-to-day life, we overlook objects and things and we...

/ August 20, 2021

#CouncellorBlogger: Feeling Safe Emotionally – By, Ms. Anika, School Councellor

If you asked anyone about what makes them happy or what would make them happy, almost all of them would talk about relationships and people...

/ August 11, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Fireless Cooking – By, Ms. Gauri, Primary Teacher

“Cooking with kids is not just about ingredients, recipes, and cooking. It’s about harnessing imagination, empowerment, and creativity.”– Guy Fieri  As we all know, cooking...

/ August 10, 2021

#StudentBlogger: Poverty – By, Sai Pranay, Grade 8, CMRNPS

Poverty Poverty is something almost every day in our lives, but after that, we just go about our work. In a country like India, poverty...

/ August 10, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Patience is a Virtue – By, Ms. Sheethal Savanth

Patience is a Virtue. How Can It Improve Your Life? Patience is a virtue. Have you heard that saying? Patience is hard. Sometimes, I do...

/ August 8, 2021

#LeadershipBlogger: Raising an only child during Pandemic! – By, Mrs. Parinitha Shetty, CCA Coordinator

Raising an only child during Pandemic! With playdates canceled and school now virtual, solely young children are experiencing isolation at a formative time – However...

/ August 8, 2021