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Joining Hand to Move Forward

As part of Nalla Padam Program the Christ Nagar Public School launched a free ambulance for Palliative care of Primary Health Centre. This service is extended four times a month for the aged and helpless. The meeting was convened by the Panchayath President Smt.Vijaya Kumari and it was presided by Health Standing Committe president Smt.Sushama Devi in the presence of vice president Mr.Murali, Welfare standing committee president Anitha RajanBabu, other members of the committee,Christ Nagar School Director Rev.Fr.Joseph Eenthumkuzhy, Principal Smt.Lauretta S Silva,teachers-Mrs.Smitha, Mrs.Suja,Christ Nagar School Students and Health Organization members.

Sports Day 2017

The much awaited Annual Sports Day was held on Friday 11th August. The students entered into the spirit of the occasion in a grand way with the oath being administered by the special guest of the day, Mr Thanzeem Abdul Samad,Sub Inspector of Police, Attingal. The Director, Rev.Fr.Joseph Eenthumkuzhy and Principal, Lauretta A Silva also took the salute of the impressive March Past of students.

Independence Day

The 71st Independence Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and respect.Principal Lauretta A Silva, teachers and students together unfurled tricolour flag.

Rally for Rivers Campaign

As part of the Rally for Rivers campaign, Christ Nagar Public Schoool,Valakkadu held a special assembly at the school on Thursday 3rd august 2017. The campaign, rolled out by the Isha Foundation, is meant to spread awareness on the alarming issue of river water depletion in the country. The national wide campaign is being held in thousands of schools and colleges urging all support by giving a missed call to 80009 8009. The event was inaugurated by Director Father Joseph Eenthumkuzhy, The children pledged their support for the rally and were briefed on the campaign by school Director and Principal Lauretta A Silva.

Youth Festival 2017

To highlight student activities CNPS Attingal hosted the Youth Festival on 15th July 2017 with Mrs.Ampily Chandran,First class Judicial Magistrate as the chief guest. The manager honourable Rev.Fr.Joseph Vattaparambil delivered the felicitation. The occasion showcased some marvellous performance on stage by the youth. There was stiff competition in all items among members of all four houses and the Blue House(Sapphire) topped the list while Red House(Ruby)stood as runners up.

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