Personality Development

CMS creates a better future for all children by maximising
their opportunities through quality education and initiatives for unity and development.

To be despatched between 17-20 of each month

January 2019

Events - January 2018


Happy New Year!

04-01-2019 to 12-01-2019

       08:30 am to 03:00 pm

PLC Reflection subject workshops for pre-primary, primary and junior teachers organized by QAID at WUCC Kanpur Road Campus


Inter-Campus Elementary Maths Olympiad for Class IX organized by QAID at Rajendra Nagar Campus I



(i) Inter-Campus Physics Olympiad for Class IX organized by QAID at CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus I

(ii) Educational Seminar by Vipul Vaibhav Gaur, Ex-student, CMS Station Road at CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II



Inter-Campus Chemistry Olympiad for Class IX organized by QAID at CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus I


ICSE/ ISC Principals' and Teachers' Meeting


CISV International Camp Open Day by QAID at WUCC Auditorium, Kanpur Road Campus


JYEP Open Day of Kanpur Road Campus at WUCC, Kanpur Road Campus


Inter-Campus Talent Search Examination for Class IX by QAID at CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus I


Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s Birthday Celebrations at CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I


Republic Day Parade and Celebrations


Inter-Campus Biology Olympiad for Class IX organized by QAID at CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus I


Open Day and Art/ Science Exhibition of CMS Chowk Campus at school premises


CMS President Prof Geeta Gandhi Kingdon’s Birthday Celebrations

30-01-2019 to 31-01-2019

Inter-School Skating Championships organized by CMS Rajajipuram Campus II at CMS Kanpur Road Campus Auditorium


Open Day of Pre-Primary and Classes I & II organized by CMS Rajajipuram Campus I at school premises

Kindly Note: Special Prayer Assemblies and Farewells will be organized at the campuses on different dates.

Rajajipuram Campus II

Felicitation of winners of class wise Racing competition held on Children's Day
Winners of Faber Castell competition
Winners of 6th Jai Shankar Tiwari Open School Chess Tournament

The first round of Discovery School Super League Quiz was held at the campus on 22 October. The students from classes IV to VIII who topped in their respective categories were, Dhairya Bansal (IV), Samriddhi Pandey (V), Aditya Singh (VI), Pranav Pandey (VII) and Sparsh Somani (VIII). Aditya Singh and Pranav Pandey will represent the school at Round 2.

Aradhya Mishra, Devansh Shukla, Janhvi Prakash, Utkarsh Singh, Shubh Saxena, Atharv Mishra, Lavanya Agarwal, Ayush Singh, Harsh Shukla, Sayam Abbas, Atharv Pandey and Manvi Dhami won prizes in different categories at 3rd District Roller Skating competition.

Rajendra Nagar Campus I

Mohd. Babur of Class III bagged the third prize in e-magine contest at 5th inter-campus Literary Fest organised by CMS QAID.

Alina of Class IV won the first prize in dancing Competition held at UP Utsav.

Agrima Kaushal of Class II brought accolades to the campus by wining various prizes in different competitions at Lucknow Mahotsav.

Editorial Board of the campus organized a speech competition for the students of primary section on the topic 'Science and Peace' on the occasion of World Science Day for Peace and Development on the 12 November. Anvesha of Hope house stood first with 64 marks followed by Sai Shree of Peace house with 61 marks.

Shikhar Sahu and Atharv Rastogi

Shikar Sahu of Class V and Atharv Rastogi of Class IV cleared the first round of Discovery School Super League organised by BYJU'S.

Winners of first prize in dance competition by Hamilton Academy

Station Road Campus

Rwitick Ghosh and Yash Jindal of Class XII won the third prize in Mathletes event at Cofas International 2018 organised by CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus III.

Rwitick Ghosh and Qasim Ahmad bagged the third prize in the national round of the 'National Safety Science Quiz' as part of the 'National Safety Science Campaign' on 16 November 2018. They received cash prizes of Rs. 20,000/-. each. Syed Ali Abbas of Class IX bagged first prize in Lucknow District TT Tournament held at K D Singh Babu Stadium. Earlier, he won 2nd prize in the 1st Shivani Cup District Tournament and second prize at Lucknow-Faizabad Zonal TT Tournament held at Faizabad.

Etymology educator, Mr Dhruv Raj Sharma with students who attended his Logophilia Pronunciation Programme

IAYP students planted saplings at Prathmik Vidyalaya at Chhitwapur, Lucknow. They also apprised the children about the need to protect our environment and to have healthy habits.

Diwali celebration in pre-primary section

Yashasvi Ranjan of Class X was selected for an Inspire Award of Rs. 10,000/- for the year 2018-2019 for preparation of Science project/model and to participate in the District level Exhibition and Project Competitions to be organized by the District Education Authority. The award is given away by the Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India.

Good Citizenship Training

CMS insists that every student riding a two wheeler compulsorily wears a helmet.

Importance of wearing a helmet while riding a two-wheeler

Wearing a helmet is one of the most important steps to making your ride on a two-wheeler safe and a journey of pure and unadulterated pleasure.

Now let us see why we need a helmet on the road while riding a two-wheeler:

1- Structural protection: A motorcycle does not provide structural protection. Drivers and passengers wearing helmets increase their chance of survival significantly over non-helmet riders.

2- Protection from traumatic brain injury: Without protection, the head is vulnerable to a traumatic impact in an accident even when traveling at low speeds.

3- Be a law-abiding citizen: If you do not wear a helmet, you are breaking the law and are liable to get fined. In some cases, your license may be confiscated.

4- Improves concentration and visibility: A helmet or headgear helps to keep your eyes fixed on the road and away from distraction. It also keeps the dust from entering your eyes and thus improves visibility.

5- Cool and classy look: Just think of John Abraham dashing away on his motor bike in the film Dhoom! Life is a journey full of adventure and enjoyment and you do want to reach the end of it, don’t you?

Western Music Concert at CMS Rajajipuram Campus I

A Western Classical Music Concert was organized at CMS Rajajipuram Campus I on 8 December. The programme was held in the able guidance of Music Maestro, Mr. Shamim Movahhed and Mrs Jinous Yegan, a Western Classical singer. The audience thoroughly enjoyed the musical evening. It is to be noted that in the guidance of these music experts, CMS students of various CMS campuses secured high distinction in great number in Music Examinations conducted by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM). They have excelled in all categories of music, singing, violin, piano as well as music theory. Our heartiest congratulations to these deserving students!