At CMS the Students, Parents and Teachers are the centre focus of our curriculum and we are committed in helping everyone with the online teaching and learning classroom during the Covid19 Pandemic.
Learning, we firmly believe is an ongoing process and must go on, even with greater enthusiasm during this Pandemic situation.
Recent events have taught us the need to anticipate the change, respond quickly and execute effectively. Our dedicated and committed staff from day one have left no stone unturned to adapt to online classroom teaching with a strong determination of performance and accountability.
CMS offers uniquely progressive 21st century schooling with special emphasis on nurturing human values, character development and peace education. In 2002, CMS was awarded the UNESCO Prize for Peace Education, the only school worldwide to have been conferred this accolade for “promoting values of education for peace and tolerance”. In 2013, the Guinness Book of Records certified CMS as the world’s largest school in a city.
Netiquette (net + etiquette) is the “code of conduct” applied to online spaces. Teaching students about netiquette is just as important (if not more so) as teaching them to use technology or master content. Much like traditional etiquette, which provides rules of conduct in social situations, the purpose of netiquette is to help construct and maintain a pleasant, comfortable, and efficient environment for online communication, as well as to avoid placing strain on the system and generating conflict among users.