CPS, AB WELCOMES ITS NEW STUDENT COUNCIL
On 30th June, 2017, the members of the Students Council of Centre Point School, Amravati Road Bypass for the session 2017-2018 were inducted in a grand ceremony.
The Proud house mistresses namely, Mrs. Hillary Maliakal (Blue House), The Blue House Captain, Aashna Chopra lead the Blue house with Dev Mishra as Vice-Captain, Sanchi Bagdey as Prefect Cultural, Jasmine Singh as Prefect Golden Rules, Advait Singhal as Prefect Anti Bullying, Janhvi Bajirao as Prefect Special Projects and Jay Jeswani as Prefect Sports.
The Proud house mistresses namely Mrs. Purnima Singh (Green House), Roma Ramname was chosen to lead the Green House, Vice-Captain, Laksh Dadwani, Prefect Cultural, Ishita Khare, Prefect Golden Rules, Kartiki Kotawar, Prefect Anti Bullying, Burhanuddin Hassonjee, Prefect Special Projects, Sanya Khatwani and Prefect Sports, Ananya Upadhye.
The Proud house mistresses namely Mrs. Karuna Hardas (Red House) The Red House Captain, Ridhima Chopra, Vice-Captain, Shivangi Prasad, Prefect Cultural, Ishyta Sakharkar, Prefect Golden Rules, Kavya, Prefect Anti Bullying, Abheshek Kamble, Prefect Special Projects, Arjun Bendre and Prefect Sports, Manvi Jain.
The Proud house mistresses namely Mrs. Shupriya Apte (Yellow House) The Yellow House led by House Captain Epsita Khan pledged to perform all tasks for their house and school with ‘Perseverance and Proficiency.’ Vice-Captain, Mokshda Jerath, Prefect Cultural, Samarth Singh Chandel, Prefect Golden Rules, Sunishka Malviya, Prefect Anti Bullying, Kevin Rambhia, Prefect Special Projects, Karthik Ghodke and Prefect Sports, Livia Fernandez.
The inter-school sports fiesta Censports was hosted by Centre Point School, Amravati Road Bypass from 26th to 28th July, 2017. This year the number of participants increased and we had 600 sports enthusiasts from 33 schools around the city competing for top honours.
The School congratulates all the winners and participants of Censports.
The young artists of classes IV and V took the audience on a tour de Incredible India on 5th August, 2017. The colourful ensembles, the mesmerising dance performances, the melodious songs, the thought provoking plays enabled the audience to witness the beauty and diversity of our motherland.
The Interact Orientation Programme was held on 5th August, 2017 at St. Ursula Girls High School, Nagpur. During the event, Centre Point School, Amravati Road Bypass’ Interact Club 2016-17 was declared the best for the enthusiasm and dedication they had shown while doing their bit for the society.
Hearty Congratulations to the Interact team!
The patriotic songs, ‘Saare Jahan se Acha Hindustan Hamara’, ‘Kabhi Na Jhukne Paaye Apne Shaan Ka Jhanda’,
‘Kadam Kadam Badhaye Ja’; Sana Wankhede’s speech on the significance of Independence Day,
class V’s tribute to our soldiers and patriotic fervour marked the Independence Day celebrations at
Centre Point School, Amravati Road Bypass on 15th August, 2017.
Centre Point School, Amravati Road Bypass celebrated Sanskrit Diwas on 29th August, 2017. A spree of events were conducted in the morning assembly to depict the beauty of Sanskrit. The thought for the day and the news were read in Sanskrit. The Sanskrit birthday song, ‘Sudinam Sudinam Janmadinam’ was sung. This was followed by the Suryashtakam, a skit depicting the importance of vegetables and the Varnamala Geet. The House Captains also read the pledge in Sanskrit.
Founder’s Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm at CPS, AB on 18th August, 2017.
CPS, AB – Class I Project Display
CPS, AB – Class II Project Display
The School appreciates and acknowledges the support and co-operation extended by all
the parents in making the learning by doing process a memorable one.
Children’s Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm on the 14th of November, 2017. A fete was organised by the School wherein food and games’ stalls were put up. The children enjoyed their day playing games at stalls, feasting on the snacks and goodies, and dancing to the tunes of their favourite songs.
Centre Point School, Amravati Road Bypass had hosted the ‘Career Counselling Symposium for Senior Students.’ Around 400 students along with their teachers from schools and junior colleges in the city had gathered at the host school on the 7th of November, 2017 to be a part of the symposium.
Dr. V. S. Ravindran, Director-General ICTRC, Prof. Keshav Singh, National Co-ordinator of ICTRC, and Mr. Yusuf Lokhandwala, IIHM Pune, Marketing Executive and Faculty – Rooms Division were the expert facilitators for the sessions. Mrs. Radhika Rajwade, Managing Director of the Centre Point Group of Schools, Mrs. Mukta Chatterjee, Executive Director of the Centre Point Group of Schools, and Mrs. Radhika Mehra, Principal, Centre Point School, Amravati Road Bypass were among the dignitaries present for the symposium.
The symposium aimed at providing a platform for the students to interact with career counsellors, experts from diverse fields, leading institutions of higher education so that they are able to make a well-informed career choice. The students and the teachers had a fruitful and insightful experience at the symposium.
Centre Point School, Amravati Road Bypass’ Indian Music choir has won accolades in the Centunes, an inter-school musical extravaganza hosted by Centre Point School, Wardhaman Nagar.
Oumar Owais and Keerti Likhita emerged as the First Runners-up of the Junior duet competition.
Hearty Congratulations children! Well done!