Class IV Field Trip

To achieve awareness there are many ways to acquire and master, among them Field trips play an imperative role in learning; it has an immaculate impact in sharing the social experience and it provides the opportunity for students to explore pioneering things in a genuine setting. Jubilee Hills Public School organized an educational field trip for the students of Class IV on 17th July,2019 to Public Garden at Nampally.

The students could eyewitness the Open Air Gallery for cannons’ and Jain Sculptural gallery which had paintings of ancient kingdom. They also visited Health Museum which had specimens of internal organs. The Health Museum defines about nutrition and health issues people had in olden days .Children learnt that it signifies the era, the paucity, ignorance and lack of perseverance, commitment, evolution and improvement prevailing during the ancient time. The students also visited the Dr.Y.S.Rajasekhara Reddy state museum and saw the bronze and decorative galleries.

The trip was an informative one it gave the details about how to preserve and know about advance health, photographs of a variety of medical discoverers, list of eminent visitors at the museum. The students also visited field garden that offered different variety of unusual flora and fauna for the students to observe. It gave the students a flawless scene to relax amidst the refreshing greenery and fresh air.The students really enjoyed their field trip and they made a note of each antiquity to share the knowledge with their friends. Overall, it was a wonderful experience for the students.

Posted on July 17, 2019

Ignited Minds

The much awaited event ‘Ignited Minds’ started on 12th July, 2019 at Jubilee Hills Public School. A mammoth platform was set up for schools to participate and exhibit their talent in Scientific Innovations, Sports, Art, Music, Dance, and Literary Activities. Around 2800 students from 32 schools accompanied by their respective teachers and coaches participated in the true competitive spirit and maintained the day with ‘Let the best man win’.

The Principal, Ms.M.Varalakshmi, welcomed the gathering. She said that it was an honour and pleasure to host the event Ignited Minds. She directed the students to be consciously motivated and inspired to actively probe for discovery and innovation in Science and thus be aligned with the motto of Ignited Minds. The opening ceremony began with the March Past by the contingents of all the schools. The Chairman, Jubilee Hills Public School, Sri A. Murali Mukund took the salute and declared the event ‘Open’.Each event indoors or outdoors, was full of excitement and zeal as win or lose had lost its significance in the spirit of participation to meet fair and square competitive outcomes. Students savored the results through rich, hands on experiences with each participated event.

The hosting school JHPS provided the appropriate aura in the opulent environment contributed by so many schools and students for a holistic education, as learning comes best through experience and interaction. Trophies were won and lost over a short period of two days, but the living memories of the event will never fade.

Posted on July 12, 2019


Vanamohatsav was celebrated on 11th July 2019, the annual festival of trees and foliage, as a salutation to the bounty of nature, for gifting lifesaving support to mankind. The fervor of the festival reached its pinnacle as the programme conducted with the much awaited programme ‘Ignited Minds’ a source of encouragement to the young scientific minds of students probing for innovations in the science world. The programme began with the ‘lighting of the Lamp’ to evoke the blessings of Mother Nature.

The Chief Guest for the occasion was Sri Srinivas Parimi, IRM Lead, APAC, Bayer Crop Science, Sri A. Murali Mukund, Chairman, Jubilee Hills Public School, Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi, other dignitaries and teachers. The students attending the programme added to the verve and vigour of the festival. The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi welcomed the gathering and said that the programme ‘Vanamahotsav’ edifies the young minds, inspires and motivates them into action to protect the environment.
Students expressed their appreciation of Nature with a Welcome dance portraying the natural rhythms of nature; this was followed by a song and a graceful, lively butterfly dance by the primary children to depict the beautiful flora and fauna on earth. The skit that followed exposed the ruthless treatment given to trees by man. The students through each performance highlighted that preservation and conservation of nature was the immediate calling for a healthy environment.

The Chief Guest, addressing the gathering, spoke of the health benefits that accrue from planting trees. He emphasized that planting and nurturing are both essential for a healthy environment, emphasizing that now is the hour for all of us to galvanize into action. In order to ward off the drastic climatic changes that give rise to numerous adverse effects on life and environment as a chain of unexpected, harmful events all over the world. Every tree planted and conserved is a step forward to a healthy environment.The cultural extravaganza echoed his statement and conveyed the message through their charismatic performance to audience.

Posted on July 11, 2019

Tarang of Class IV

The students of Class IV showcased a spectacular performance ‘TARANG’ with the theme ‘Abhyasa’ on 6th July 2019, at Jubilee Hills Public School. It was a theme based programme to create awareness about ‘proper planning and practice, which promotes seamless performance and hones the talent’.

The Primary Headmistress, Ms. C.Srilatha added that at JHPS, we believe each one of us has the potential to bring about a positive change in our society and strive to make it happen. The entire programme was very well anchored in three languages. The programme focused on VARK learning style which helps the children to learn through: Visual, Auditory, Reading-Writing and Kinesthetic activities and it was portrayed through various skits, dances and debate. The Chairman, Sri A. Murali Mukund, appreciated the students for their wonderful performance, confidence and their team spirit.Parents expressed heartfelt thanks to the teachers who were responsible for motivating their children to come up with such a wonderful programme.

Posted on July 6, 2019