The school celebrated the ‘Thyagaraja Aradhanotsavam’ on 30th January 2016. Saint Thyagaraja, one of the greatest composers of carnatic music, played a very significant role in the growth of this music genre.
The programme started with ‘Sri Ganesha Keerthana’ by the students and the music teachers. The Principal Ms. M. Varalakshmi and the Academic Director Ms. G. Sree Devi lit the lamp and invoked the Lord’s blessings.
Thyagaraja Kirtanalu ‘Manasa Sancharare’, ‘Seethamma Mayamma, ‘Gata Moha Sritha Pala’ on veena, and ‘Samaja Varagamana’, were rendered by both the students as well as the teachers. The programme concluded with ‘Jaya Mangalam’ rendered with devotion to Sri Thyagaraja.
Posted on January 30, 2016
It was a Baby’s Night Out for children of classes I and II on January 30th and31st, 2016 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 children packed all their basic things for the night and came on Saturday 30th January at 3:00 p.m. The tiny tots were warmly welcomed by the Head Mistress Ms. Sonia Nagpal and their teachers. The evening started with a magic show and medley and followed by a variety of rides such as ‘Giant wheel’, ‘Merry- go- round’ and ‘Pony’ rides. Children enjoyed the “Pot Making” activity the most as it was a hands on experience for the little ones. Lot of fun games were organized to entertain the little ones.
They enjoyed the evening snack. The children then joined the evening’s most awaited event ‘campfire’ where they sang and danced with all the energy they had. A delightful dinner was served for them. Thereafter, they watched a movie and chatted with their friends. Then, children all tired and exhausted but with a feeling of delight dozed off in their beds.
On Sunday morning, children woke up with a traditional song of ‘Suprabatham.’ They jogged, meditated, and did yoga. They were then served breakfast and given a gift. The parents thanked the School Management for organizing such an event to inculcate a feeling of responsibility in the children.
Posted on January 30, 2016
Jubilee Hills Public School conducted ‘Mass Pledge Campaign’, ‘A National Student Engagement Initiative for Swachh Bharat Mission’ on 29th January, 2016 as per CBSE directive.
CBSE joined hands with the Ministry of Urban Development to make all students an active stakeholders in making India clean.
The Principal of Jubilee Hills Public School, Ms. M. Varalakshmi administered the pledge ‘Swachhata’ to the students during school assembly. 1500 students participated.A ‘Swachhata Ambassador Committee’ of students and teachers was set up, to oversee and monitor cleanliness and hygiene of the institution.
Posted on January 29, 2016
The 67thRepublic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at Jubilee Hills Public School in the school premises on Tuesday, 26th January 2016. An air of patriotic fervor permeated the atmosphere. The Chief Guest, Sri K. Krishnadev Rao, President, Jubilee Hills Education Society, the Chairman Sri A. Murali Mukund, the Principal Ms. M. Varalakshmi, the Academic Director Ms. G. Sree Devi, the distinguished managing committee members of Jubilee Hills Education Society, parents, staff and students graced the occasion. The Chief Guest, Sri K. Krishnadev Rao unfurled the National Flag. The programme started with the patriotic song ‘Mana Desam.’
The Chief Guest in his speech wished everyone on the occasion and said that we should follow the rules of the land in order to become better citizens. He asked the students to step up when times are tough. He told them that they should never be discouraged and hoped that their future would be wonderful.
The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi welcomed the gathering and wished everyone on the occasion. In her speech, she said that a nation’s culture resides in its people. She said that we as citizens should strive to develop our country. We should take true spirit from our tricolor. She also stated that the Digital Learning magazine had declared Jubilee Hills Public School the No. 1 school in Hyderabad.
A variety of cultural programmes including patriotic songs, dances and the tableau, Rivers- The Pride of India mesmerized the audience. A few sports events were also organized. The Chief Guest gave away prizes to the winners. The programme concluded with a vote of thanks by the sports captains.
Posted on January 26, 2016
The celebration of Sankranthi festival reached a crescendo as the students of Jubilee Hills Public School and Jubilee Hills Kindergarten School came together and celebrated the festival in the school premises on 8th January, 2016.
Makar Sankranti is known as Pongal in South India and as Maghi in North India. Makar Sankranti is all about prayers, sweets, and kites. The festival of Makar Sankranti is celebrated with great enthusiasm in all parts of India.
The Secretary of Jubilee Hills Education Society and Chairman of Jubilee Hills Public School Sri A. Murali Mukund in his speech said that Makar Sankranthi is one of the important festivals amongst all Hindu festivals. He wished one and all happy Makar Sankranthi.
The programme began with the recitation of a sloka by Primary students. The significance of the four days, Bhogi, Makara Sankranthi, Kanuma, and Mukkanuma was explained by class 7 students. Various cultural programmes depicted the significance of Sankranthi, Gobbiyallu, Basavanna, Haridasu etc. Muthyala Muggullo. A dance by Pre-Primary students had the audience spell bound. Kite flying by students was the main attraction. The students took part in the programme enthusiastically.
Posted on January 8, 2016
The class-II students of Jubilee Hills Public School organized a spectacular Parents’ Day show, “The Jungle Rhythm” on 2nd January’ 2016. It was based on the theme, ‘The Jungle Book’ to create an awareness and sensitize children towards animals and learn lessons from animals like being patient, helping others in need. The programme started with Swagatam dance to welcome the parents. The children enthralled the audience with various skits and dances depicting the theme. Each child came on to the stage either as a speaker, performer, dancer , singer or an orator.
The Primary Headmistress, Ms.Sonia Nagpal welcomed the parents. She spoke about the motto behind the programme which was to bring all the students on stage and instil confidence in them. She emphasized that children must work as a team and learn to exhibit precious qualities like leadership, presence of mind, and team spirit. She reiterated that children should not only excel in academics but also inculcate good principles and values which will make them better individuals.
The Academic director, Ms.G.Sree Devi, appreciated the way the children performed. She spoke about the importance of parents needing to stand with, and encouraging their children to hone their skills and talents.
The Chairman, Sri A.Murli Mukund, appreciated the children’s dynamic performance. He emphasized on participation and team work more so, in the Primary Level. The programme concluded with a vote of thanks followed by performances by Parents of class II students which was appreciated by the Chairman. Parents too shared their views and were happy to see their kids on stage.
Posted on January 2, 2016