HYDERABAD: Students of Nandini High School, Abids celebrated Parents’ Day with enthusiasm on February 21. Mr.World Silver Medalist Mir Mohtesham Ali Khan who attended as the chief guest cautioned parents against forcing the children to suit their own wishes while asking the students to take active interest in sports.
He also emphasised the importance of nutritious diet for children.
Mr.Khan distributed prizes to the best outgoing students Priti Jain and Amrit Dosi, and the best sportsperson of the year B.Sumant from Class X. Magic show, martial arts display and cultural programmes followed.
Annai School celebrated Sports Day on February 27 when tiny tots participated in various games much to the viewers’ delight.
Sadhu Vaswani International School
Students of Sadhu Vaswani International School celebrated their first Annual Day on January 25. Ram Kumar Goel, the CMD of Associated Road Carriers of India attended as the chief guest. Dances and skits were performed on the occasion as parents cheered their wards.
Jubilee Hills Public School
It was a joyful Science Week for Jubilee Hills Public School from February 24 to 28.
The whole school was abuzz with activity and even morning assemblies were made interactive with skits, debates, quizzes and experiments.
On the final day, students, through different programmes, depicted science in different aspects of life including flora and fauna, and the contributions of famous scientists in making life comfortable.
Highlight of the programme was the Bee Dance which showed the perfect harmony in which the bees communicate with each other, especially while informing about food.
Science exhibition had displays of students from classes I to VIII and the best projects were chosen to be displayed in the National Science Congress.
Incidentally, the Astronomy Club-Kritika of the Jubilee Hills Public School which originated about six months ago is an example of the school’s effort to develop scientific temper among students.
The club built models of space satellites, space shuttles, and other gadgets. Students also have had hands-on experience with telescope, planisphere and other tools of astronomy.
Highlight of the club was an overnight camp organised at Divya Retreat near Keesargutta about 50 km from the city where the youngsters got a clear view of the sky.