We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.

At CMRNPS we experienced the same as we started our day with great excitement and enthusiasm. All were eager to showcase their academic projects, extended school activities, club, and co-curricular activities.

The school campus was looking colorful and lively with parents, teachers, and students. The start of the event was a melodious performance by our very own CMR junior choir. After their mesmerizing performance, all moved to the basketball court for an energetic show of basketball skills by the students.

Simultaneously, we also witnessed a terrific freestyle staking display. This was followed by a series of musical performances put up by the western music club. The children of this club awed the audience with their singing and rapping skills. There was also a showcase of instrumental rhythm perfected by our talented children. This wonderful show was given an Indian touch by a fabulous Bharathanatiyam performance. Whilst one set of parents were enjoying the extended activity and club performances in the assembly area, the other set of parents were enthralled by the gallery walk learning showcase put up by students of Grade 1 to Grade 8 and the clubs.

The parents were amazed at the efforts put up by the children of every grade. It was informative as well as interesting. They displayed their intelligence by demonstrating various mechanisms of model making, chromatography, a travelogue to different planets, experiments on chemistry, time travel, spectroscope, segregation of cancer cells, music box to show that sound travels through a medium, just to name a few. They further took the parents back in time by explaining mathematical concept through ancient mancala game technique. This made few parents nostalgic and awestruck. There was also an exceptionally wonderful presentation on Greek mythology. The knowledge of the parents was put to test as the children put forth a mathematics questionnaire for them to solve. It brought out the student in every parent.

The students also replicated the Stone Age by making models of age old weapons and artifacts. They further exhibited their versatility by showing their technical skills on the various computer programs. It was a delight to see the children use the computer with such ease and confidence.

The visual art studio was a treasure trove of creativity at its best. There was an array of display and exhibits to see. There was paper art, painting, pencil sketching, modern art and many more. The spectacular learning showcase came to an end with our Vice Principal Ms. Swati Soni`s vote of thanks. Every parent left the arena feeling satisfied.They appreciated the efforts of the school and took away some wonderful memories to cherish forever.

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