A momentous and memorable academic year had come to an end for classes X and XII at Jubilee Hills Public School. The classes bid a tearful farewell to the school and their teachers while reminiscing the beautiful and heartfelt moments spent here.
The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi wished the students a very best in their future endeavors. The Academic Director, Ms. G. Sree Devi congratulated the students and said that they were now the ambassadors of the school representing it and the values taught here were to be remembered. She asked them to enjoy their life and said that they need to stay grounded at the same time.
The farewell was celebrated with a lot of zeal and enthusiasm by class IX and XI for their seniors. Dances and skits along with the student’s experiences were the order of the day. Ms. Gauri Tiwari and Mr. Karthik Ganti from Class X and Mr. Bill Bitra and Ms. Harshini from Class XII were crowned Mister and Miss JHPS.
Posted on February 16, 2018
INTACH Hyderabad, the Indian National trust for Art and Cultural Heritage has initiated a multi-cultural project to create awareness among students for preserving the Indian Heritage and Culture, the natural legacy of India by giving a platform to the young generation to showcase their talent through ‘Filmit India Film Festival’.
The Award ceremony took place at Jubilee Hills Public School, on 15th February, 2018, with the schools from all over Hyderabad sharing their enriching experience on making and sharing films. The Chief Guest for the day was well known Journalist, Sri. Sanjay Chakravarthy. Ms. Anuradha Reddy, Convener, Hyderabad Chapter, Ms. M. Varalakshmi, Principal, JHPS were the other dignitaries present.
The programme started with a welcome dance by the students of JHPS.The Principal in her speech said that one should not forget his heritage and expressed her happiness on hosting the event.The students shared information about the heritage and culture and entertained the gathering with their music and poetry. The films made by the students were shown and information and ideas were shared.
Awards were then presented to the students in various categories. Meher Nanda from Class7D of Jubilee Hills Public School received an award in the categories of- Best narration, Best visuals for his short film on Qutb Shahi Tombs and Meher Baba. The programme concluded with an inspiring speech by Ms. Anuradha Reddy.
Posted on February 15, 2018
‘Baby’s Day Out’ for children of classes IV and V on 3rd February, 2018, was organized at Jubilee Hills Public School. This fun-filled event was organized to bring in a feeling of sharing, caring and friendly approach amongst the children.It was a day out with their teachers and friends, away from their parents.
One could see their faces lit with joy as they came at around 8:00 a.m. on 3rd February and were warmly welcomed by the Headmistress, Ms. Sonia Nagpal and their teachers.The morning started with a prayer and a welcome dance.Next were some energetic and stunning dancing performances by the kids which mesmerized the audience.
After having a healthy breakfast served by the school, they were seen thoroughly engrossed in various activities like Zorbing, Lava Pit, Air Ball, Board Games and Dumb Charades. Relishing the food in the auditorium while chatting with their peers was a different experience. Watching a movie in the company of their friends was exciting and exceptional, as the students sang songs and enjoyed every moment of the day.
Dancing on the foot tapping numbers was the most awaited event where our young ones exhibited their dancing talent. They danced with all the energy they had and enjoyed the evening.The children had their evening snack at 4:30 p.m. They were given a return gift before they left. Everyone had a great time and left reluctantly, wanting for more. The parents thanked the School Management for organizing such an event to enhance the social skills of the children.
Posted on February 3, 2018