The birth anniversary of the famous poet Gidugu Rammurthy is celebrated as Telugu Day in Jubilee Hills Public School every year. This year, the children of primary classes sang many poems in praise of the language – “Italian of the east” TELUGU. The programme included songs, dances and skits. The mono-acting of a child as the great telugu poet ‘Srinadhudu’ was one of the eye catching performance. On the occasion of ‘Vinayaka Chaturthi’ children also showcased dances, songs and skits depicting the importance of Lord Vinayaka.
The Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund spoke about the importance of the mother tongue and also taught few Telugu words that the students did not know. He advised the children to earn proficiency in their mother tongue as well as in English.
The Principal, Ms.M.Varalakshmi extended her hearty greetings to the children and their families on the occasion of Vinayaka Chaturthi and appreciated the hard work laid in by the students for the success of the event.
Posted on August 28, 2014
Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated Independence Day in the school premises. The Chief Guest, Sri A Murali Mukund, Chairman, Jubilee Hills Public School, Secretary, Jubilee Hills Education Society, parents, alumini, students and staff graced the occasion.
An air of patriotic dedication prevailed all over. The Chief Guest, Sri A Murali Mukund unfurled the national flag. The Principal, Ms.Varalakshmi introduced the Chief Guest and in her address said that freedom gives us a chance to become better. We have to work hard with discipline in the right direction for the prosperity of our country.
Academic Director, Ms. G Sree Devi, said that on Independence day, we pay homage to our great leaders who fought for our freedom. She also mentioned that freedom for us has come at a cost, many leaders have sacrificed their lives for the future generations to prosper. She motivated the students that each and every one of us have a role to play for our country, she asked them to become well educated citizens of tomorrow.
The Chief Guest, Sri A Murali Mukund, in his speech recalled the significance of the colours and the wheel of our flag. He gave a clarion call to the young generations to live up to the expectations of the motherland. He advised students to work hard and become future leaders of our country.
The Senior Secondary Head Boy Bhavnith Pola in his speech stressed on the country’s rapid progress, unity in diversity and rich cultural heritage.
The cultural programmes provoked a feeling of patriotism among the audience. The children performed a skit on Mother India’s Aspirations.
Sri A.Murali Mukund gave away certificates to the students who strived successfully for 100% attendance during the academic year 2013-14. The programme concluded with a vote of thanks by the Senior Secondary Head Girl, Shini Choubey.
Posted on August 15, 2014
The students and staff of Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated the festival of Janmashtami with great enthusiasm and togetherness.
This festival signifies the birth of the greatest teacher of mankind and is a special occasion for millions of Krishna devotees all over the country. The special assembly started with an invocation song. Primary school children dressed in traditional attire sang songs and performed dances to celebrate the occasion. The spectators were spell bound when tiny tots of kindergarten depicted the birth of Lord Krishna. The children enjoyed the thrilling performances.
The ‘Matki Thodo’, an important custom of Janmashtami took place and students who were dressed as Krishnas’ enjoyed playing and also learnt the values of unity, courage and co-ordination.
The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi appreciated everyone for presenting a wonderful programme and wished everyone on the occasion of Janmashtami.
Posted on August 14, 2014
Heritage Education and Communication Service organization conducted a workshop on short film making in Jubilee Hills public School, where in more than 8 schools participated. The Principal, Ms.M.Varalakshmi welcomed the Filmit crew and handed over the mike to the Principal Director, Ms. Purnima Datt. She introduced herself and put forth the aims and objectives of their organization.
Filmit is a multi-cultural project that aims at nurturing cultural understanding, care and concern amongst school children through the exciting experience of making and sharing films. It helps to better understand the physical and cultural environment, in which they live, and the contributions made by different cultures and communities.
Filmit has designed many themes to enable students to make short films which would develop their respect for all cultures in India. In the workshop, Ms.Anuradha Reddy, Convenor, HECS motivated the students to make short films and gave them important suggestions of how to go about making a short film. They also informed students that few selected short films will be shared through the internet with school children in the UK.
Film Directors, Mr.Rintu Thomas and Mr.Sushmit Ghosh trained students on directing short films. Overall it was an enriching experience for the students.
Posted on August 2, 2014