The Primary Wing enjoyed various fun filled activities during the Environment Week which sensitized students about the various environmental issues,and inculcated in them, a positive and caring attitude.Students were made aware of the delicate balance of our planet and also how they can contribute at their level to save our environment through the activity ‘The Promise Tree’.
Our students very enthusiastically participated in planting saplings in the school campus. The Dustbin Making activity helped create awareness among the students, regarding the use of blue and green dustbins.
The teacher’s talk in the special assembly aimed at reinforcing the three R’s – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
The Pot Painting activity gave the students an opportunity to showcase their creative ability.
The idea of conducting the week was to bring environmental issues to life, as it were, for the children through a wide range of fun, interactive educational activities.
Hamdard Public School celebrated the Independence Day with the great zest and zeal. The occasion was graced by Mr. Syed Samar Hamid, Secretary, HES along with the school Principal Mr Zubair Ahmed Khan and the primary wing headmistress.
The program began with the flag hoisting followed by the National Anthem. It was heartening to see our young kids put forth a concentrated effort with as much energy and get-up-and-go to the Independence Day festivities as in different celebrations. Their enthusiasm in the school decoration and their participation in the cultural activities on the 72nd Independence Day uncovered their excitement.
Little tots of Block I and II presented a beautifully recited poem. The rendition of patriotic songs by the choir left everyone spellbound. The students of the Primary Wing dressed up as numerous freedom fighters of India, paid homage to their efforts and courage. Class 5 boys enthralled the audience with their special performance on the Indian Army soldiers, receiving much deserved applause from Mr. Syed Samar Hamid, who, in his speech, urged today’s generation to value the freedom we have secured after the sacrifices of many. Sir also commended the teachers who prepared the students and the audience for their patience and discipline. The programme did evoke a feeling of patriotism in all present there.
Hamdard Public School has awarded its avid readers for ‘The Readers of the Year 2017-18′ as per their Classes, on the occasion of Co-curricular Activities (CCA) Finale held on 19.02.2018.
The Honorable Chief Guest Mr Samar Hamid, Secretary HES along with our respected Principal Mr. Zubair Ahmad Khan have distributed the trophies and certificates to the Best Reader of the classes which inspired one and all present there. Readers of the Year Award is a motivation to all our students.
Ms. Misbah, Librarian, HPS has done a marvelous job in creating them an avid reader and also transformed the collection and infrastructure of HPS Library.
The Scholastic Book Fair 2017 was organized in the premises of Hamdard Public School, Talimabad Campus. Displayed more than 500 titles of various genres: Fiction, Non-Fiction, Science, Space, Art & Craft, Dictionaries, Yearbooks, etc. along with a many activity box, the fair has filled a great enthusiasm among students.
The books titled ‘NO TOUCH’ by J. Krishna and ‘SCHOLASTIC YEAR BOOK 2018’ were the highlights of the book fair.
The Fair has been ended on the day of Parent-Teachers Meeting (PTM) which provides an opportunity for the parents as well to get a glimpse of the book world. Students filled with a zest and zeal purchased the books along with their parents.
It was really an excellent learning experience for all who becomes the part of the fair.
If art is an expression of life, the exhibition of art and craft in the Primary Wing gave plenty of curious insights into the minds and lives of students . They played with colours, smeared the corridors with a spectrum of colours and gave vent to their imagination. The young artists of the Primary Wing poured out their creativity and talent at the exhibition held at the school on Saturday, 22nd October’16.
Our young talent was given a platform to create their own piece of artwork giving them a sense of achievement and also giving them the opportunity of appreciating other’s artwork.
Deeply immersed in their own creative world, the little ones animatedly described their works to the visitors. The students’ hard work seemed to have paid off rather well as everybody was visibly impressed by it. The beautiful warli paintings, creating best out of waste, pot making, tile painting and craft work left the spectators mesmerized.