CPS admits kids from LKG to Grade IX and XI during the academic year, as the school believes in principle that in order to mould a child, according to the expectations of the school and the parents as well, it is necessary that the child has to possess a strong foundation in various skills which the child can learn with certain amount of ease during the primary levels itself.
Chettinadu Public School has a classic infrastructure with all the necessary facilities including spacious well lit air conditioned classrooms, comfortable imported furniture, and individual storage space for each student. Each class room is tech-friendly with the facilities of LCD's, PA system etc. Students have accessibility to internet and the campus is wi-fi enabled.
CPS has state of the art weekly and monthly boarding facilities in air conditioned dormitories in the hostel, for both boys and girls. Regular subject teachers are staying in the hostel to guide the kids in academics and other co-scholastic areas. Hostel provides hygienic, healthy vegetarian dining facility for the regular meals and nutritious soup and juices during the breaks.
The school operates a fleet of air conditioned, well maintained buses to many of the routes facilitating the safe and comfortable trip for the children. The buses are operated to various areas including Karaikudi, Devakottai, Singampunari, Thiruppathur.
The school operates an in-house cafeteria which provides hygienic nutritious, multi cuisine menu prescribed by a dietician, so as to give all the necessary nutrients for the growing children, both day scholars and hostellers.
Chettinadu Public School offers the best working ambience along with a package best in the industry, with room for professional development and growth for the deserving candidates.
CHETTINADU PUBLIC SCHOOL is Hosting the 32nd NATIONAL UNDER-11 OPEN & GIRLS CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP-2018 during July 27,2018 to August 5, 2018. The 32nd National Under-11 Open & Girls Chess Championship will be inaugurated by Sri. SANDIP KUMAR, IPS, DIG of Police, Madurai Range in our school on July 28, 2018 at 2:30 pm.
'Mud Day' Mud. It can be a nuisance. As soon as it rains, mud is everywhere and it gets on literally everything. There are definitely no benefits of this dirty, slimy substance, right? Wrong. The creators of International Mud Day are out to prove that mud has a lot to offer. After all, what would the outdoors be without mud? Plenty of research has shown that coming in contact with a certain amount of bacteria is good for us. It boosts our immune systems and the minerals found in mud have beauty benefits. That’s why people pay hundreds of dollars for mud baths at spas! On June 29, 2011, the World Forum Foundation sponsored the very first International Mud Day. It’s a day for children, parents and teachers all over the world to celebrate nature, the glorious earth beneath our feet and the joy of getting really muddy! Mud Day allows both children and adults to explore the sensory landscape our earth provides us.
Yoga in schools is to bring about holistic development primely to health and well being among the students.Chettinadu Public School hostel its Yoga day when about 100 students performed mass / asanas to promote the objectives of world Yoga Day.