The glorious 7th annual day, Zenith 2019 – 20 was a perfect culmination of celebration and reminiscences at CPS Global School, Thirumazhisai. This exciting day sealed the triumph of the year long journey, rejoicing in the milestones, honouring the exemplary performance of our learners and teachers throughout this eventful academic and co-curricular year.
The entire star-studded CPS GS family came together to light up the grand event. The gratifying evening began on a grace-filled auspicious note with the lighting of the lamp and an idyllic prayer song. Such a fascinating event calls for only the best of the best. The Chief Guests, Mr. Eric Perrotel, Attaché de coopération pour le français, Chennaï et Zone Sud. Bureau de France and the Guest of Honour, Mrs. Lakshmi Mohan, National Assessor, AITSL, Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership and Head of Department- Science, Clayfield College, Brisbane Australia graced the occasion and ignited the gathering with their words of wisdom which brightened Zenith’s spotlight.
The three exquisite rewards; appreciation, acknowledgement and recognition can motivate any individual to soar high and succeed. To embolden the students for their flair in scholastic, and other learning activities, they were awarded with medals, trophies and certificates.
The pace of this extravagant event was heightened with the limelight switching to the vibrant cultural gala by the students of ELP to IBDP Year 2. Pushpanjali, the classical dance entree was an ethereal sight to witness and Decibel, the student band, added the zing factor. Nostalgia took the audience down the memory lane of last year, etching the pulsating memories in mind.
Sweekriti, the 7 Arrows of Acceptance, the play, embraced the plot of Eklavya coupled with foot tapping musical rendition and scintillating dance performances depicting the 7 natural elements; water, fire, ice, sand, air, nature, light and darkness, showed the world how ‘Acceptance is the road to harmony and success’. The ELP toddlers’ rainbow dance stole the show hands down. Seven, the magical number, being the theme of this year’s annual programme, perfected the concept of Sweekriti, leaving the audience awestruck. The emotional portrayal of Eklavya and his longing to be accepted prompted the audience with the lingering thought that every individual deserves to be accepted and given a chance to showcase innate talent and individuality.
The showstopper finale dance blazed the stage with fiery liveliness. The energy filled the air and was still reverberating as the curtains came down. Indeed, Zenith 2019-20 was a magical reality.