Jubilee Hills Kindergarten School celebrated Grandparents day on 28th October, 2017 with a great pomp and show. The Chairman, Sri.A.Murali Mukund, the Principal Ms.M.Varalakshmi, the Academic Director Ms.G.Sreedevi and Pre-Primary and Primary Headmistress Ms.Sonia Nagpal graced the occasion.
Ms. Sonia Nagpal welcomed the gathering and said that “Grandparents are the essential members of our family and we develop a special bond with them as the days pass by. They are a little bit of parent for us, a little bit of teacher and a little bit of friend. This is the special day to honour them, spend some time and have fun with them”.
The programme started with a prayer song and our students presented various traditional and folk dances to impress their valued mentors. The highlights of the programme were the skits “Eid Ka Tohfa” and “The Ramayana” which were beautifully performed by the kindergarteners.
On this occasion the Academic Director Ms. G.Sreedevi said “Today, this programme proved that, we at JHKS not only focus on academics but also impart human values among children. We go traditional at the same time inculcate the skills necessary to lead their life further”.
The grandparents were overwhelmed to see their grandchildren perform so confidently and this was clearly evident in their feedback given towards the end of the show. It was indeed a happy moment for all of them.
The celebration of Diwali, ‘The festival of lights’ came alive at Jubilee Hills Kindergarten School on 17/10/17 when the whole ambiance wore a festive look and adorned the auditorium in bright colours.
The songs and dances brought out the essence of the festival celebration of life and goodness. Students talked about the significance of the festival. Besides sensitizing the students about the ill effects of crackers, they also shared the guidelines on being safe while bursting them, through a power point presentation. The students showcased the spirit of Diwali through mesmerizing dance performances and skits depicting “Victory of good over evil”. All the dignitaries, parents, teachers and students took a pledge and promised to celebrate Eco-Friendly Diwali. The effort put in by the students was appreciated by everyone and they enjoyed the festive spirit.