Fresher’s Day and Vanamahotsav

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.

Rangmanch of UKG A,B,C and D

Jubilee Hills Public School started the new academic year with Rangmanch of U.K.G- A, B, C and D which took place on Saturday, 7th July, 2018. The Chairman Sri. A Murali Mukund, the Principal Ms. M Varalakshmi, the Academic Director Ms.G. Sreedevi and the Primary HeadmistressMs.C.Srilatha graced the occasion.

The theme of the programme was Flora and Fauna. The programme started with a prayer song followed by welcome address by the Headmistress Ms.C. Srilatha. In her speech, she said that,as parents and teachers we should build confidence, responsibility and also instigate the innate ability of the child by asking and answering questions.

The show began with a beautiful song and dance on ‘Sky is Smiling’ followed by other cultural events like skit on uses of Trees, Jamboree dance and ‘Na Kato Mujhe’dance which were heart touching. Amessage oriented dance on Save Trees, depicted the importance of trees in human lives.

The children showcased their talents not only in dances but also in delivering wonderful speeches on Nature, Pollution and the Mother Earth. Green and Blue colour Day was also celebrated along with Rangmanch where in students spoke about the significance of these colours.The programme concluded with the Vote of Thanks.Last but not the least, they also made the audience to take Pledge to Save Trees. Lastly, a dance on save trees was performed along with the Vote of Thanks.