‘Vinayaka Chavithi’, more popularly known as Ganesh Chathurthi was celebrated on 30th August, 2019 in the school premises with a blend of piety and ecstasy for Lord Ganesha, a favourite God with all children. The festival celebrates Lord Ganesha’s birth and worships him as the God of new beginnings and remover of obstacles as well as the God of wisdom and intelligence.
The festival began with the Faculty and student spiously joining their hands and bowing their heads to the deity of Ganesha to invoke his blessings. To heighten the spirit of festivity the students showcased exuberance and reverence through a rendition of Slokas, dance and a skit which vividly depicted the lofty position of Lord Ganesha in all prayers and his highly revered name ‘Ekadanta’. The Vice President and Chairman, Sri.A.Murali Mukund was very appreciative of the artistic skill of the students. He expressed his good wishes for the students and their parents on the festive occasion.
Posted on August 31, 2019
Parent’s Day is celebrated to promote the responsible parenting and to recognize positive parental role models. This day shows the special bond of love and care between parents and their children. The students of class III showcased a fantastic performance ‘MELANGE-CELEBRATION OF DIVERSITY’ on 31st August, 2019 at Jubilee Hills Public School. The programme is the reminiscence of our glorious past and rich culture and heritage that we have got from our fore fathers and it is our duty to keep it intact. The programme started with a prayer song and a welcome dance.
The Primary Headmistress Ms. C. Srilatha, briefed about the theme of Parent Day and said that India is culturally a rich country. People from different states, religions, castes and ethnic groups reside in our country adding to its vibrancy and diversity. She said that the main objective of the programme is to inculcate values, customs and traditions and the beauty of our rich culture and heritage.
The entire programme was very well anchored in three languages. The dances, skits, dramas and the role plays were well performed by the students with fluent dialogue delivery and natural acting. Children portrayed the beauty of our Indian culture and heritage, history, food , dance, festivals etc., with their talent, confidence, energy and passion. They put in their heart and soul to make the event a grand success.
The parents of Class III were overwhelmed with impressive and incredible performances of their children and thanked the management and teachers for giving an opportunity to their children to bring out the best.
Posted on August 31, 2019
Field trips provide students with new opportunities for learning through experience. The trips provide students with the ability to learn by doing. Jubilee Hills Public School organized an educational field trip for the students of Class V on 27th August 2019 to “Birla Planetarium” and “Science Museum” which was indeed a flight through the Universe. The cosmic presentation at the planetarium explained briefly about stars, constellations and about the early space voyages. The skies came alive on the massive dome theatre. The show was extremely good and provided a good visual experience as well as factual knowledge of astronomy.
The students visited the Archeological Museum and the much acclaimed Dinosaurian at the Birla Science Museum. They got to see a variety of souvenirs from the Stone Age to the modern age of mankind. They also saw the skeleton of Kotasaurus, as it majestically stood surrounded by various other fossils from its time. The students’ eye witnessed a 3D short film on the underwater world which comprised different types of marine animals and their adaptations.Over all, the visit was so thrilling, educative and informative to the children.
Posted on August 27, 2019
Janmashtami celebrates the birth and life of Lord Krishna, rejoicing the concept that good always triumphs over evil. Students of Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated the festival with a lot of enthusiasm. The importance of the festival and why it is celebrated was enunciated through beautiful rendition of slokas, songs and dances which brought Lord Krishna’s abode to the school.
The Raas Leela which enlivens Krishna’s enthusiasm for dance and music was then performed with gaiety and fervor by the students of Preprimary and Primary. The contemporary dance portrayed by the Secondary students showcased the life of lord Krishna in a beautiful manner. The game of Dahi Handi played by the students, staff and parents aroused a lot of excitement in the audience. The program concluded with the best wishes from, the Vice President and Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund.
Posted on August 23, 2019
The Class-I students of Jubilee Hills Public School visited “Sudha Cars Museum” in Bhadhurpura, Hyderabad on 21st August, 2019 for an educational trip. It’s an automobile museum and displays “Crazy Cars” that resemble everyday objects. These cars are handmade by Sri.Kanyaboyina Sudhakar Yadav. This unique museum is well planned in three sections.The students were directed by Sri. Surya Prakash and Ms. Meena to all the various sections.
The first section exhibits cars designed in the shape of hand bag, burger, lipsticks, shoe, ball, camera, dining table and latest in creation is the chess car. The second section was steered by Ms. Swapna and Ms. Monica ,they explained about the colorful and bright Vintage hand made cars. In the third section we could eyewitness foldable bicycles of different sizes.
The students also watched the video clippings about how a newly designed car is taken for the test drive on the roads of Hyderabad and how the cars are often brought out of the museum for road shows where people can see them being driven.
The most memorable and exciting part for the students was to play and get on some of the cars and bicycles. The students couldn’t hold their excitement in observing numerous vehicles in different shapes and sizes at one place.
The educational trip to Sudha Cars Museum was informative and inspiringone,we all could get new ideas to create pioneeringdesigns using junk tacklesand we reached school with a thought to ponder upon that we must minimize the use of natural resources and recycle themetal stuffs to lead a comfortable life and protect our mother Earth for the generations to come.
Posted on August 21, 2019
A Career Counseling session for Classes XI and XII was conducted in the school premises by the ‘University of Cincinnati’ on 20th August, 2019. The workshop was open to all the students, especially those who would wish to pursue their studies abroad. Ms. Priyanka Karia, Assistant Country Coordinator of the University conducted the session. The details regarding the University, its various Under Graduate and Graduate programmes offered and the process of seeking admission were shared in a comprehensive manner.
The session was very informative. The students clarified their queries in a Question and Answer session held after the workshop.
Posted on August 20, 2019
A bright cheery morning, to gather and celebrate the freedom day
With hearts full of gratitude and praise for those
Who sacrificed their lives to give us this day!
Surging with gratitude and praise for the patriots and martyrs, Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated the 73rd Independence Day. The Chief Guest for the occasion, the Vice President and Chairman of Jubilee Hills Public School, Sri. A. Murali Mukund was given the Guard of Honour after which he hoisted the National flag as the students and staff paid homage with a salute to the flag.
The Principal, Ms.M Varalakshmi, in her address, stressed that ‘Nothing is unattainable’. She asked the students to, “Ask not what the country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country”. She also announced the school being conferred with the STEAM Education Award, recently. The Academic Director, Ms. G.Sreedevi reminded everyone about the price the country had paid for this freedom we enjoy today. Quoting Rabindranath Tagore’s ‘Where the Mind is Without Fear”, she inquired if everyone present has managed to maintain independence in their minds.
Observing the call of the day the students’ rendition of ‘Egarli Bharatiya Jhanda’ resonated the desire of all Indians to see their flag always soaring in all its glory. The vibrant Skit ‘Swatantrata Ke Baad’ brought forth the achievements of our country post-Independence. This was followed by ‘Namaste India’ a rhythmic tribute to our beloved country upholding its principle ‘unity and diversity’.
The Chief Guest urged the young learners to fortify their feeling for the ‘Nation’ and strengthen discipline, with awareness of hygiene thus enhancing our global image. He pointed out that students must nurture the streak of creativity and innovation. He stressed on the dire need of a ‘silent revolution’ to be initiated internally by all of us, thus generate a vibrant India to be proud of. Students with 100% Attendance and the winners of the Independence Day Quiz were conferred with awards amidst loud applauses. A Vote of Thanks given by the Head girl brought the programme to a close.
Posted on August 15, 2019
Independence Day coincided with the Indian festival Raksha Bandhan this year, with a common focus on robust ties of love, care and protection for the country and that of a brother and sister.
The students of JHPS hit upon a different wave length and stepped out to celebrate this festival with a unique touch. Initiating a tradition of faith, care and an unspoken bond, the students of Jubilee Hills Public School visited various organizations to appreciate the efforts and contribution of the personnel to the general public they serve by tying a Rakhi on their wrists. The students from classes X and XII tied a Rakhi to the following:
1. Ms. Salomi, Manager, Water Works, Venkatagiri
2. Mr. P.Govind, ALF, Fire Station, Filmnagar
3. Mr. Praveen Kumar, Assistant Engineer, Electricity Department, Filmnagar
4. Mr. Sridhar Reddy Peddi, Cardiologist, Apollo Hospital
5. Mr. R. Rama Krishna, Admin SI
6. Mr. Muthu, CI(Traffic), Jubilee Hills
7. Mr. Lakhan Raju, SI(Traffic), Jubilee Hills
8. Mr. Bhaskar Reddy, Director, Finance, Apollo Hospitals
9. Mr. Ramesh, PA(Director), Finance, Apollo Hospitals
An appreciation of this kind coming out of the blue from the youth has left its indelible mark in the sands of time for both the personnel and the youth.
Posted on August 15, 2019
Jubilee Hills Public School added yet another feather in its cap. As the students of our school received the Certificate of Recognition for their exemplary contribution in the field of Education for ‘Innovation in STEAM Education’. The 14th World Education Summit, 2019 was held at Delhi on 9th and 10th of August 2019 by Elets Technomedia Pvt. Ltd in association with Digital Learning Magazine.
The Academic Coordinator, Ms.Sonia Nagpal on behalf of Jubilee Hills Public School received the award. Jubilee Hills Public School has been a pioneer in the field of education for more than 30 years. Surging and speeding ahead with its motto ‘tradition and technology’, the school has been at the forefront of introducing new techniques and technology associated with traditional education. The School believes in nurturing the scientific temperament in a child and encourages by providing the appropriate opportunities to integrate Science, Technology, Art and Mathematics into its day to day curricula. The Atal Tinkering Lab established at the school gives an enormous scope for innovation to students and generates solutions for mundane life problems. The students have further garnered accolades by receiving awards for their various innovations.
The Management congratulated the staff and students of Jubilee Hills Public School and appreciated the hard work and efforts put together to make this a tangible reality.
Posted on August 10, 2019
Trips and excursions are an integral part of the curriculum. To create awareness amongst children an Educational field trip to Goshamahal Traffic Police Station was organized by Jubilee Hills Public School on 31st of July and 1st and 8th August, 2019 as a part of educational experience and to bring awareness on the rules and regulations of road safety.
A one hour session on traffic rules was conducted and Mr.Sai (inspector) enlightened the students with safety precautions to be followed on the road. The students responded to the questions enthusiastically and watched a short film about the safety measures to be adopted by the citizens. Students had an awareness session on Safe driving, Use of helmet while driving, Not using mobile phones while driving, Use of seat belt while driving car etc.Later students visited the model park in the campus.The Traffic Park is equipped with traffic signals, road signs, small roads and road crossings and thus the students enjoyed learning about the various aspects of road safety in a play way method.
Children are allowed to use bicycles of pedal-powered and everyone was provided ABC of road safety booklet for reference. The visit to the Traffic Park was not only fun for the children but also a great learning experience. The day ended with a lot of fun and frolic.
Posted on August 8, 2019
Technology might have replaced man in many fields but still we are dependent on few people who take care of our neighbourhood like, fire services, postal services, and banking services . To reiterate this, Jubilee Hills Public School conducted a field trip for class 3, a visit to the Fire Station, Post Office and Axis Bank in the school neighbourhood. First the students were taken to the Fire station where the Fire Brigadier Mr. P.Govind clearly explained the process of extinguishing fire and also gave some preventive measures like
1. Don’t use the smart phones while charging
2. Don’t touch the electric poles on the pavements during rainy season
3. Don’t go near the Gas stove without any elder’s guidance, etc.
They also exhibited the bullet vehicle and the fire resistance wears and told them about the use of foam and water in extinguishing the fire. The next visit was to the post office where the students had taken a letter written by them for their parents and posted it in the letter box. They were really excited and thrilled to post the letters. The journey of letter right from buying an envelope to delivering the letter was clearly explained by Mr. Mallikarjuna, the Postal department officials.
Mr. Shubham of Axis Bank explained the students the banking system and the process of withdrawing money from teller or the ATM.
The trip was really informative to the students and they enjoyed their day out.
Posted on August 8, 2019