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Top in the world – Cambridge Learner Awards 2021

Two students from CS Academy International in Coimbatore achieve "Top in the world" results in the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards 2021.

The Editor - Simplicity

Simplicity


Archery – Reward for hardworking

Fourteen-year-old S. Ridhu Varshini made history by becoming the 1st archer from Tamil Nadu to be part of the compound gold medal-winning team in the World Youth Championships, which concluded in Wroclaw (Poland) recently.

Editor - The Hindu

The Hindu


INSEAD Summer Entrepreneurship Program

Valli Vikram of CS Academy's Class 12 (A level, Cambridge) was part of the five member team at INSEAD's summer entrepreneurship programme, which culminated in a business planning competition in 2020.

Editor - The Hindu

The Hindu


Competition – Good or Bad?

Competition - Good or Bad? To answer this question, one needs to investigate the role of education. Education should help to prepare children for success in the real world.

Dr. Sitara Vikram

Times of India


Divine their true interest

As students enter high school, overwhelming importance is given to scoring high marks in the board exams, cracking competitive examinations and securing a place in prestigious institutions.

Dr. Sitara Vikram

Times of India


Baptism by words

Young children need to read and be read regularly. Reading at home forms a crucial part of a child's learning. Gone are the days when children knew about and loved great books.

Dr. Sitara Vikram

Times of India


A year’s gain

Parents are keen to send their children to school as early as possible - sometimes even as young as 3 years to LKG. They believe they are "saving a year" for their child.

Dr. Sitara Vikram

Times of India


Syllabus wise

These are confusing times for parents in India, considering the wide range of syllabi on offer.

Dr. Sitara Vikram

Times of India


Schools can make a difference

Behavioral patterns can be developed in children through a suite of actions taken by educational institutions.

Dr. Sitara Vikram

Times of India


Nurture right

Behavioral traits need to be developed right from childhood. While understanding concepts and inculcating skills are important for success of students, there is another, more important dimension that is often ignored in schools - behavioral traits. Behavioral traits are harder to define and therefore even harder to influence and control. The best schools typically are the ones that can change a student's behavior positively.

Dr. Sitara Vikram

Times of India