Orientation is an opportunity for the parents to get an overview of the school, and its systems. Going to school gives students a new exposure to learn new things. Starting a school means, a new journey for both the parent and the child. To make this journey more easy and comfortable Jubilee Hills Public School conducted an Orientation Program for new admission parents of classes LKG & UKG on 29th March, 2019.
The Orientation Program began with the prayer song followed by a welcome speech by UKG Coordinator Ms. Nalini.
The Academic Director, Ms. G Sreedevi addressed the parents and briefed about the learning process, maintaining their health and taking care of the students for overall development throughout the year. The Programme was then followed by the Principal appraising about the school rules and regulations and the facilities.Later the session was taken over by the Pre Primary Coordinator Ms. Samatha and the Headmistress of the Pre-Primary and Primary department Ms. Srilatha. They have enlightened the parents about the department, Scholastic and Co- Scholastic areas, teaching methodology and the assessment process.
The teachers were introduced to the new parents by the Headmistress Ms. Srilatha. An open session was conducted by the Principal Ms. M.Varalakshmi, the Academic Director Ms. G Sreedevi, The Pre- Primary and Primary Headmistress Ms. Srilatha.C where the queries of the parents were answered. The enthusiasm of the parents was evident as they made the session interactive by asking questions and clarify their doubts. The programme ended with parents visiting the classrooms, and meeting the class teachers.
Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated Graduation Day to honour the young enthusiastic learners of Preprimary for their commendable performance during the academic session 2018-19. The occasion was graced by the Chairman Sri A Murali Mukund, the Principal Ms. M Varalakshmi, the Academic Director Ms. G SreeDevi, the Vice Principal Ms. Ruchi Sabharwal, the Secondary Headmistress Ms. G Durga and the Pre Primary and Primary Headmistress Ms. Srilatha C. The ceremony was also attended by the parents of the Preprimary students.
The celebration commenced with welcoming the dignitaries by the Head boy Master Reyaansh and Head Girl Miss Vidheya of Preprimary. The Headmistress Ms. Srilatha.C addressed the gathering. The Programme started with a prayer song. The event comprised of an array of programs like skits, dances and speeches which mesmerized the audience. Skit on “Say No To Plastic” made the audience rethink their actions that effect the environment. Besides all these they also had the most important part of the day- Graduation Ceremony started with smart and beautiful students of UKG who were dressed in graduation robes and caps walking on to the stage. All the dignitaries took part and felicitated the students of all the sections with Certificate of Graduation. Children looked pretty in their graduation robes and caps. It was indeed a joyous and memorable day for the little ones as they received their Graduation Certificates from the guests.
The Academic Director Ms. G SreeDevi addressed the gathering and advised the parents to be patient with children and lead them by example. Her invigorating words enlightened the parents. The programme ended with the vote of thanks given by the Preprimary Head Boy Master Reyaansh Gopishetty.
The bonding between grandparents and grandchildren is unique and one of the most precious relationship in the world. In our Indian society grandparents are the pillars of strength in the family.
Jubilee Hills Public School organised Grandparent’s Day “Pranaam” on 17.11.2018. Pre-Primary students presented a very colourful and energetic programme on this occasion. The programme comprised of skits, dances and songs. Audience enjoyed the programme. The tiny tots were able to touch the hearts of their beloved grandparents in their
own special way and thanked grandparents for their love and support. One of the special attraction of this day was the photo gallery where photographs of the children with their grandparents were displayed. At the end of the programme grandparents also shared their views and expressed their joy as they witnessed the marvellous programme.
Unconditional love is the basis of any lasting relationship, specially the bond between parents and their children. To honour the love and dedication of parents, Jubilee Hills Public School organised Rangmanch for classes UKG E,F,G& H on Saturday 04.08.18 . The theme of the programme was “Modernity in Tradition”. The Chairman Sri A. Murali Mukund, the Principal Ms. M Varalakshmi, the Academic Director Ms.G. Sree Devi graced the occasion.
The programme started with a prayer song followed by welcome address by Primary Incharge HeadmistressMs. C. Srilatha. Cultural show began after the welcome address was given by Vidheya from UKG – E. The programme included speeches on the colours Red and Yellow and theme speeches on Tradition and Technology.Students performed welcome dance , tradition dance ,robo dance ,mickey mouse dance , ketchup dance and at the end a fusion dance. A skit was also presented by the students which was a reflection of the past and present.
The Chairman Sri A. Murali Mukund appreciated all the teachers for training the students and he told that the programme was a blend of tradition and technology.He encouraged the audience with his valuable words. Parents
also shared their views about the programme. They were happy to see their children performing on the stage and they appreciated the efforts of all the teachers. Vote of thanks was proposed by Master Vivaan of UKG – G followed by National song.
The very purpose of Fresher’s Day is to welcome new comers in a friendly atmosphere. It is the day where seniors and juniors finally bond. Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated Fresher’s Day and Vanamahotsav on 11.07.18 in the
school premises. The Academic Director G.Sreedevi, the Vice Principal Ms.Ruchi Sabharwal, H.M Secondary Ms.Durga and the H.M. Pre-Primary and Primary Ms. C.Srilatha graced the programme.
The programme started with a prayer song by U.K.G. students. The children were happy to see the dance performances “Anybody can dance” and “Pompom dance”. The highlight of the programme was Master and Miss Fresher’s and Master and Miss Smiley contest. The winners of Master and Miss Fresher’s contest were Angad Dinesh Rajani and Sirimalla Ruchira Vibhasher from LKG-G and winners of Master and Miss Smiley contest were Master Shourya from LKG-G and Miss Vedha Vinod from LKG-A. The winners were felicitated by the Academic Director Ms. G Sreedevi. In the context of Vanamahotsav, a speech was delivered by UKG-C students Nichay and Nihaal on save trees followed by a dance drama presented by the U.K.G students. In lieu of Vanamahostav, students came in green colour dress and brought green lunch.