“Necessity is truly the mother of invention.”
Creative experiences can help our students express and cope with their feelings and it also fosters mental growth by providing opportunities for trying out new ideas, and new ways of thinking and problem-solving. We at CPS always make an effort to make sure all our students have a holistic growth in the school environment.
“It’s through curiosity and looking at opportunities in new ways that we’ve always mapped our path.”
One such opportunity that came their way was the “Little Inventors” competition. Who would have thought young minds of CAIE 3,4 and 5 could take up this challenge and give their best. The students were keenly looking for problems and opportunities around them which could become their base for invention. The students were asked to invent a solution to the difficulties and challenges that they come across in their day to day life. We were awestruck when students came out such brilliant ideas to our daily problems like traffic jams or recycled water.
“The best part of the competition is that through it we discover what we are capable of and how much more we can actually do that we ever believed possible.”
By engaging in a competition, our students earn critical social skills through interacting with other children, while also learning the value of hard work and developing self-esteem and self-efficacy. It’s the spirit of competing that is more important than the end result. We will always strive to make sure our students develop a competitive spirit to face the world of challenges.”