Yasaswi, student of Class-III-C has shared the Art Integrated activities assigned to the students during the online sessions.
The various activities shared are depicting the process of food chain, calculation and analytical skills and how to take precautionary measures to stop spreading of the virus in this pandemic era.
Posted on September 19, 2020
JHPians celebrated the Hindi Divas Day on 14th September, 2020, on the Zoom and You Tube to pay due respect to the Official Language and express their appreciation for the mother language in India. India rich in its Hindi Language and Literature was excellently depicted by the students through Poems, inspirational songs, narratives, monologues, dances and speeches. Dohas by Sant Kabir were beautifully intoned and the profound message adroitly simplified for all to comprehend and apply in life.
The Chief Guest, Sri A Murali Mukund, Chairman, Jubilee Hills Public School in his address was very appreciative of the students’ talents well-grounded in the ethnicity of Indian culture and values.
Parents spoke very favourably of the academic efforts made by the school to reach out to the students in keeping them abreast with studies. They lauded the frequent co-curricular and cultural programmes frequently organised to widen their perspective, thus keeping the students alert and active as a very constructive and positive approach.
By celebrating Hindi Divas the students resurrected a patriotic reminder to all the students and viewers of their common roots and unity through Hindi Language.
Posted on September 14, 2020
‘Telugau Bhasha Dinotsavam’ was celebrated on 9th September, 2020, to commemorate the birth anniversary of the famous poet Gidugu Ram Murthi. He and other poets over time had struggled uncompromisingly for the introduction of Vaduka Basha, the native Dialect rich in its culture and heritage for all levels of communication. JHPians with great enthusiasm conveyed the importance of the Telugu language expressed through their recitation of Poems by the unfaltering Poets, Shlokas from the Bhagavatham, rhythmic Dances and Songs.
The Chief Guest, Sri A Murali Mukund, Chairman, Jubilee Hills Public School appreciated the participants’ proficiency in the language and expressed his foresight to celebrate the many languages spoken by the students on one day.
The students’ performances revived the memory of the famous poet and the importance of loving the Telugu language. It was a memorable day to see the young children express their interest and expertise in the Telugu Bhasha.
Posted on September 9, 2020
JHPians celebrated Teacher’s Day on 5th September, 2020, which also marks the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, an Indian philosopher, academic, and statesman who served as the second President of India (1962–1967).
It was a delight to see the Pre-Primary and Primary Section students take the lead with total confidence on the virtual platform. Ahana Behuria of 1-E gave an excellent Welcome Speech to the Chief Guest, Sri A Murali Mukund, Chairman, Jubilee Hills Public School. This was followed by the Welcome Dance by Sharanya of 3-F, Saanvi Garg gave an outstanding mono-acting performance. The Entertainment Programme that ensued was an immeasurable show of zest and zeal expressed through renditions of dances and songs, not forgetting the hilarious mimic that tickled the viewers into splits of laughter.
The Chief Guest, Sri A Murali Mukund, in his Address, appreciated the efforts of the students to pay a tribute to the teachers as recognition of their impeccable contribution, the beacons in the enormous realm of knowledge as catalysts in shaping the students for the future. He said the students’ performances were commendable and could pave their way as future celebrities in their potential talents. He also appreciated the lightening adaptation of the Teachers to Online teaching to reach out to the students despite the Lockdown. Very specifically he spoke of the Teachers’ never daunted interest to learn and desire for more knowledge. He commended the Parents efforts in supporting the teachers as they together coached their wards in performing their best for the programme.
The Academic Director, Ms.G Sreedevi, in her opening speech aptly said that there is ‘nothing more rewarding’ than seeing one’s students bloom into confident individuals, a reflection of her cherished memories from the previous batches.
It was the first time in JHPian history that parents were also a part of the Teacher’s Day Celebrations due to the virtual platform. Many parents welcomed this opportunity to wish the teachers and the management on this occassion. They expressed their gratitude and extolled the educational instruction that JHPS School was reaching out to their students from the online platform.
Posted on September 5, 2020
On the eve of 5th of September, 2020 the air was buzzing with excitement and action. ‘Raazmataz’, the Talent Show was the first of its kind to go on the virtual platform as JHPians, Secondary Section showcased their talent to completely mesmerize the audience and fellow contemporaries on YouTube and Zoom.
The Chief Guest, Sri A Murali Mukund, the Chairman of Jubilee Hills Public School, applauded the performers for their confidence in showcasing their potential talents. At the same time he cautioned the students against being easily swayed into overconfidence through overexcitement.
The programme was planned for two hours with a large array of events in order to accommodate the numerous performers. The show was packed with musical renditions – instrumental and vocal, dances, skits, art displays, magic show, Debate- ‘War of Words’, Rubik’s Grand Competition, mono-acting, all vividly described by the Host team. On hindsight the audition room was jam packed and selection was a difficult task, as each student proudly exhibited his talent and skill to outshine the other.
Razzmatazz became a legend by the end of the day, being a collective contribution of the students’ talent channelized on stage by the teachers, supported by the parents and the management. The evening came to a close as all good events must, with the participants hoping for another such fulfilling joyous opportunity.
Posted on September 5, 2020