It was a “Baby’s Night Out” for children of classes I and II on the intervening night of January 31st and February 1st, 2015 at Jubilee Hills Public School. Every year this exciting and adventurous camping experience is organized to bring in a feeling of sharing, caring and friendly attitude amongst the children.
The tiny tots, with all their belongings packed neatly reached school on Saturday 31st January at 2.45 p.m. They were warmly welcomed by the Head Mistress Ms. Sonia Nagpal and their teachers. The evening started with a variety of rides such as ‘Giant wheel’, ‘Merry- go- round’, ‘Pony’ and ‘camel’ rides. Lots of fun games were organized to entertain the little ones.
Evening snacks was served at 5:00 pm.. The children then excitedly took part in the evening’s most awaited event ‘campfire’ where they danced, yelled and enjoyed themselves with all the energy they had. A delightful dinner was served for them. They watched the movie Kung fu Panda and chatted with their friends. Then the children listened to the stories and a lullaby from their teachers and went to bed.
On Sunday morning, children woke up with a traditional song of ‘Suprabhatham’ followed by jogging, meditation, and yoga. They were then served breakfast and given a gift. The parents thanked the School Managing Committee for organizing such an event which goes a long way in inculcating a feeling of responsibility in the children.
Posted on January 31, 2015
Thyagaraja is considered the most legendary Carnatic music composer of all time, who played a very significant role in the growth of this music genre. He practiced music as a means to experience the love of God and his sole intention was to be devotional. Thyagaraja was not only a composer but also a musician par excellence.
Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated the ‘Thyagaraja Aradhanotsavam’ with devotion on 30th January 2015. The programme started with “Nagara Sankeerthana” by the students and Music teachers. The Chairman, Sri. A.Murali Mukund, Managing Committee Member, Ms. Sandhya Kode and the Academic Director, Ms. G.Sree Devi lit the lamp and invoked the Lord’s blessings. A few Managing Committee members were also present on the occasion.
All the participating students were dressed in colourful traditional dresses which infused a festive ambience to the atmosphere. Thyagaraja Kirtanalu ‘Sri Ganapathini Sevimparare’, ‘Sarasa Netra’, ‘Shara Shara Samarai’ on veena, and ‘Gandhamu Pooyaruga’, were rendered by both the students as well as the teachers. The programme ended with the ‘Jaya Mangalam’ to Sri Thyagaraja.
Committee Member, Ms. Sandhya Kode and the Academic Director, Ms. G. Sreedevi appreciated the music department, students and teachers for presenting a wonderful programme.
Posted on January 30, 2015
Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated Republic Day in the school premises on Monday, 26th January. An air of patriotic fervor permeated the atmosphere. The Chief Guest, Sri Kode Satyanarayana, President, Jubilee Hills Education Society, the distinguished managing committee members of Jubilee Hills Education Society, parents, staff and students graced the occasion. The Chief Guest, Sri Kode Satyanarayana unfurled the National flag. The programme started with a patriotic song ‘Vandematram’.
The Chief Guest in his motivational speech said that, this 66th Republic Day marks a historic day in Indian history as now the world has started recognizing India as a matured developing nation. People of India have unitedly elected a strong government and all of us can foresee a golden period. The present generation pursuing higher education and looking for innovative jobs and professions can find ample opportunities in the upcoming years. He advised the present generation not to get into any bad habits which can hinder the progress of our nation. Only when the next generation has good health and proper attitude can our nation improve, he said. He also reiterated that, this responsibility of nurturing good citizens lies in the hands of the teachers and parents.
The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi welcomed the gathering and wished everyone on the occasion. In her inspiring speech, she said, “Republic day brings warm greetings to each and everyone in the nation and it represents the true spirit of India. The patriotic fervor on this day brings the whole country together.” She gave a special mention about India still not being free from illiteracy, corruption, terrorism, poverty etc. and that the campaign Swach Bharath does not just mean clean India but also pure and pious people who would keep away from all the negative aspects that still prevail in India.
A lively cultural programme with patriotic songs, dances and a few sports events mesmerized the audience and infused a feeling of patriotism amongst the students. The programme concluded with prize distribution by the Chief Guest. The Principal appreciated the teachers and students who extended their cooperation in making this event a grand success.
Posted on January 26, 2015