Jubilee Hills Public School, Hyderabad celebrated Independence Day on 15th August, 2023. Along with these celebrations, the school also conducted the Investiture Ceremony during which the elected students were invested in the Student Council.

The Chief Guest for the event was Chairman, Shri A. Murali Mukund. The celebrations began with the flag hoisting followed by the National Anthem. Students were all geared up with patriotic fervour. Glimpses of the glory and freedom struggle of India were presented through a plethora of performances including patriotic dances, poetry recitations, role plays and songs. This rekindled the spirit of nationalism in every heart. JHPians seemed to be swayed away in mixed emotions of joy, hope and pride as they witnessed their student leaders being invested with the powers as a part of the Council. The Chairman, Shri A. Murali Mukund administered the oath of office to the Council members and urged them to fulfill their responsibilities as a leader. He commended the combined efforts of the students and teachers for presenting a wonderful show and emphasized the need to maintain peace and communal harmony in the nation.

Indeed, it was a day of joy, a day to love and respect our country and make it a better place to live in and experience the freedom, peace and unity in diversity.

Posted on August 29, 2023


On the 18th of August 2023, JHPS held a G 20 mock summit in the school’s Mini auditorium. The event was to empower our students to be youth leaders and find resolutions to the problems faced by the G 20 countries under the presidency of India.

The program’s guests of honour were –
The principal – Ms. M. Varalakshmi
The Vice Principal – Ms. Kanchana Valli
The Chairman – Mr. A. Murali Mukund

The program began with the principal’s address in which the mock G 20 summit was then declared open.
There were three committees formed for this mock summit namely –
The Finance Committee (Chairperson – Charan, Vice Chairperson – Saksham)
The Agriculture Committee (Chairperson – Aditi, Vice Chairperson – Divyanshi)
The Culture Committee (Chairperson – Bhavya, Vice Chairperson – Shivangi)
These committees handled three of the major issues on the agenda of the G 20 this year and each committee had 20 members who represented 20 different countries.
The delegates were from the following countries –

The finance committee was the first committee to start with the mock debate.
They discussed on the topics –
• legality and illegality of the use of crypto – currency
• Financial transparency
• Tax Evasion and Money Laundering.

They had two sessions of moderated congress each of about twenty to twenty-five minutes giving each speaker a time of one and a half minutes to speak.
Once all the objectives were covered by the committee and the discussion was concluded, the draft resolutions were proposed and read out. The resolutions were then put up for a vote and all the amendment suggestions were also taken note of.

The agriculture committee was the second committee to participate in the mock debate.
Their main topic of discussion was – Managing Agri business for profit, people and planet.
They had a session of moderated congress for forty five minutes and fifteen minutes of unmoderated congress giving each speaker a time of one and a half minute to speak.
Once the discussions were concluded the draft resolutions were proposed and read out. The resolutions were then put up for a vote and all the amendment suggestions were also taken note of.

The Culture Committee was the third and the last committee to participate in the discussion.
Their main topic of discussion was – the protection, promotion and the restitution of cultural heritage.
They had a session of moderated congress of forty minutes and twenty minutes of unmoderated congress giving each speaker a time of one minute to speak.

Once the discussions were concluded the draft resolutions were proposed and read out. The resolutions were then put up for a vote and all the amendment suggestions were also taken note of.
All the committees first started with the roll call where the delegates were given the option to respond with “present “or “present and voting”. After each committee was done with the proposal of the draft resolutions in the end, the press was allowed to pose questions to the delegates and so were some students from the audience allowed to interact with some of the delegates.

The enriching sessions of all the committees was a learning for the audience. In their interaction with the delegates, the students were given an opportunity to express their insight in the agenda points discussed.
The mock summit concluded with our honourable chairman addressing the audience. Vice Principal , Ms Kanchana Valli summarised the event beautifully and marked the conclusion of the Event . The Event ended in a successful manner .

Posted on August 29, 2023


Guru Purnima is a day to celebrate the lives of great gurus and also a day to show gratitude to them.
This day is also marked to pay our tribute to the great sage Vedavyasa who compiled the vedas.

Guru Purnima, the festival dedicated to teachers was celebrated at Jubilee Hills Public School on the 3rd of July 2023 with great zeal.

The Pre-Primary students were enlightened with the importance of Guru Purnima Day as how a Guru plays an important role in each ones lives by showing a video and PPT.

The students expressed their gratitude and reverence for the invaluable role that Guru plays in their lives.

Posted on August 29, 2023


Collage making is an interesting branch of art in which the pieces of colour paper are pasted on the given picture.
To bring out the immense creativity of the students a Collage Making Competition was organised on June 28th, 2023 in the school premises of Jubilee Hills Public School.
The aim was to explore the student’s creativity, enhance fine motor skills and improve concentration. It also helps students to learn skills such as gluing, tearing and sticking.
A great enthusiasm was seen among the students during the event. They used different colour papers to create the collage. All the students of LKG and UKG participated in the competition.
The efforts of all the participants were appreciated and all the winners were awarded with certificates.

Posted on August 29, 2023


Field trips provide realistic, hands-on, experiential learning opportunities where students connect to what they are learning in the classroom. Jubilee Hills Public School organized an educational field trip for the students of Class IV on 18th August 2023 to “Birla Planetarium” and “Science Museum” which was indeed a flight through the Universe.
The highlight of the visit was the planetarium show titled “Journey Through the Universe.” The state-of-the-art dome theatre provided an immersive experience as students embarked on a stimulated journey through space. The show covered topics such as the solar system, constellations, and cosmic phenomena. The visually stunning presentation left the students awestruck and enriched their understanding of astronomy.
The students visited the Archeological Museum at the Birla Science Museum. The Museum’s interior was divided into several sections, each dedicated to different branches of Science such as Physics gallery, Space Science gallery, illusions and much acclaimed Dinosauriam. The interactive exhibits allowed students to engage with various scientific phenomena and principles in a hands-on manner. The section dedicated to the evolution of life provided insights into the history of life on Earth. Students learned about the process of evolution and the diversity of species.
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 combination of interactive exhibits, informative displays, and the planetarium show provided an immersive learning environment that sparked curiosity among the students. Over all, the visit was so thrilling, educative and informative to the children.

Posted on August 26, 2023


Field trips provide visual and practical experience that allows students to remember, learn and understand subjects for their life time. Jubilee Hills Public School organized an educational field trip for the students of Class III on 18th August 2023 to “DoScience ” which was learning as well as fun filled.
The children learnt a lot about environment. The best part about this science museum is the fact that this dissemination of information was done in an interactive way. It has nearly 30 exhibits explaining the scientific principles of the models. In ‘Do Science centre’, all the equipment and experimental setups were laid out in the open, and each exhibit will be accompanied by pictures and graphics that are understandable by children.
Children were able to understand common science concepts including gravity, working of pendulums, pulleys and levers, echo tube, periscope, Newton’s cradle, Pythagoras theorem, illusions, anamorphic mirror etc.
They had a good game of chess with huge squares and pieces, a balancing act with logs of wooden cubicals, Snake and ladder as well. Added to it there was a beautiful butterfly garden with many herbal plants with their scientific names displayed. Students noted the names of the plants and learnt about their uses. Children also enjoyed the beauty of the Maze garden built in the area with smaller mazes for kids which include flowering trees along its boundary with climbers in between.
The young hearts were overwhelmed when they saw the second-highest flag of the nation at Sanjeevaiah Park. They had a wonderful time in the park.
This field trip kindled their curiosity in Science.

Posted on August 26, 2023


Jubilee Hills Public School organized Clay Moulding Competition on 16.08.2023 for the students of Pre-Primary. Clay Moulding is a great way to allow students to express their emotions and also promotes problem solving skills.

It builds fine motor skills by rolling clay with palms and fingers.

The action of pressing, pounding and shaping will strengthen their finger muscles.

The students enthusiastically used various clay colours to create houses, huts, butterflies, snakes, jungle, fruits and vegetables. It was truly a pleasure and also a visual delight to observe these clay models like Ganesha, Rainbow with clouds, Caterpillar, Tortoise, Frog and Indian Flag.

Posted on August 23, 2023

FIELD TRIP- Pre-Primary

Jubilee Hills Public School organized a field trip to Nehru Zoological Park on 11.08.2023 for Pre-Primary students. The trip was filled with excitement, fun and rejuvenating experiences, making it truly a memorable day.

Students had the opportunity to explore various learning experiences such as observing wildlife in their natural habitats, including animals from the wild, water and land, as well as birds. This included observing their habitats and different types of animal houses.

Students learned how the animals were monitored by trainers and expressed their feelings that Zoo is the place dedicated to protect animals. The entire experience is revitalizing for both students and teachers allowing everyone to bond with nature and enjoy themselves.

Posted on August 18, 2023

Paryavarana-Class IV Spectacle of skill and talent

Pratibha Darshan is knowledge interspersed with Talent, a learning that popularises with the present generation and a unique feature of Jubilee Hills Public School. A plethora of events under the theme of ‘Paryavaran’ was presented by students under the able guidance and mentoring of the teachers of Class IV.
Jubilee Hills Public School showcased the skill and talent of each and every student of Class IV through a stupendous show to foster the deeper understanding of nature conservation in students as well as the parents through a theme-based programme on ‘Paryavarana’-an awareness to protect natural resources that the Earth is bestowed with. The show started with Prayer Song and Welcome Dance.

The Primary Headmistress, Ms.Vidhu Mohan welcomed the gathering and stated that the greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it, so our children portrayed how to sustain the environment for future generations
The entire programme was very well anchored in three languages. Children enthusiastically performed and enlightened the audience through an array of Skits, Dances, Mime, Debate, Poems, Nukkad Natak .
The dances with appropriate costume and properties made the audience sway to the tunes. The impactful Skits with their powerful messages such as Save Water, Save Soil and Save Electricity was conveyed loud and clear to the Audience. The Highlight of the Programme was a Mime Act that was marvellously presented by the students of Std 4.
The children instilled a deep- rooted appreciation for nature and its preservation. They put in their heart and soul to make the event a grand success.
The Vice Principal, Ms. P. Kanchanavalli appreciated the children for their efforts and she stated that these shows are organised to impart knowledge to children.
To check if the audience passed the test of attentiveness, a quiz was conducted by the students for their parents.
The Chairman, Sri A. Murali Mukund informed that children learn better in the form of dance and drama which they retain deep into their minds instead of rote learning.
The parents of Class IV were amazed with inspiring and remarkable performances of their children and thanked the management and teachers for giving an opportunity to their children to exhibit such a wonderful show and be a part to spread the awareness of preserving our Mother Earth’s natural resources. The feedback session by the parents was all praise for all those involved in putting up this show.
The cherry on the Cake was the exhibition of talent by parents and grandparents who left the audience spellbound. It did portray that the Parents and their children shared a special bond. All the love and care were bestowed on each other as a mutual admiration society. Truly a moment to savour for one and all.

Posted on August 18, 2023

International Yoga Day – 2023


Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated the “International Yoga Day” on 21st June, 2023 to highlight the importance of yoga and its benefits in leading a stress- free life.
Some of the students demonstrated Surya Namaskar, Pranayama and various asanas which would help improve the physical, mental and spiritual health. The flexibility and perfection with which they performed these asanas left the audience spell-bound.
The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi spoke about the need to practice yoga regularly, encapsulating the theme of “Yoga for Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” – One Earth, One Family.
The Vice Principal, Ms. Kanchana Valli stressed upon the positive changes yoga would bring in the lifestyle of people thus improving their well-being.
All students participated in this event with great eagerness and enthusiasm.


Posted on August 7, 2023