Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated Diwali with great enthusiasm. A special assembly was conducted in which the significance of the festival was very well depicted by the students through a colourful programme. Cultural programmes like songs and dances were presented by the students. A mesmerizing mind map by the little ones explained the five day celebration beautifully. A loud round of applause spread in the air as the pre-primary and the primary rocked the stage with their enchanting dances. A PPT presentation on safety measures to be taken while bursting crackers was shown to the students. The programme was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all present.
The Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund, Principal and all the Heads graced the occasion. The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi wished everyone on this occasion.
Posted on October 28, 2016
Jubilee Hills Public School, Hyderabad, was privileged to organize a two day Capacity Building Workshop for Class X – Mathematics teachers on 24th and 25th October, 2016. The Capacity Building workshop commenced with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp. The Resource Persons were Mr. Durga Kumar Reddy, Academic Coordinator, Vikas Concept School, Hyderabad and Ms. M. Varalakshmi. Principal, JHPS.
Ms. M. Varalakshmi has 28 years of experience in the field of education, as an academician and administrator. She received the Prestigious National Award from Sri Pranab Mukherjee, the honourable President of India on 5th September, 2016. She has also received the Prestigious Acharya Devo Bhava Award 2016 for the best Principal by the jury of Brainfeed. She is one of the 11 Principals in India who had participated in the Educational Conclave in Asia Pacific University in July 2015.
Mr. Durga Kumar Reddy has 27 years of experience in the field of Education in teaching Mathematics and Physics. He received the Best teacher award from the Science Olympiad Foundation and was also honoured with a National Level top teacher award by Arrow Publications.
The workshop was attended by 104 Teachers from 58 CBSE schools. The teachers shared their innovative ideas to make the teaching learning process of Mathematics interesting. The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi, the resource person from the host school welcomed the Resource Person, Mr. Durga Kumar Reddy and the participants. The session began with an objective to stress on the importance of innovative methods of teaching to overcome the child’s phobia for the subject. All the teachers contributed and gave their views on gender sensitization through a role-play & some tips to promote gender equitable environment.
The session began with an objective to stress on the importance of innovative methods of teaching to overcome the child’s phobia for the subject. All the teachers contributed and gave their views on gender sensitization through a role-play & some tips to promote gender equitable environment. The session included talks on encouraging Constructivism to enhance student centered learning rather than the traditional method of teaching. The learners should have the freedom of asking questions without inhibitions. Challenging areas and common errors in Mathematics. Diverse backgrounds add to the diversity in a classroom and students should be dealt with equity, dignity and integrity.
The workshop mainly focused on making Mathematics the most interesting subject through hands on activities and teachers participated enthusiastically. Overall, it was a very great experience which helped the teachers in learning better ways of teaching mathematics and creating interest of the students for the subject.
Posted on October 25, 2016