Diamond Jubilee High School believes in only DIAMONDS shine

Diamond Jubilee High School believes in only DIAMONDS shine

Hyderabad: Diamond Jubilee High School, Abids, Hyderabad is managed by the Aga Khan Education Service, India which is an Agency of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN). Aga Khan Education Service, India (AKES, I), which is a nonprofit organization manages 8 schools, 33 Pre-Primary Schools, 15 Rural Primary Education Centers in the states of Telangana, Maharashtra and Gujarat along with a hostel in Hyderabad and conducts various advanced educational programs that provide quality pre-school, primary, secondary and higher secondary education services to thousands of students across India.

Diamond Jubilee High School, is a school situated in the heart of Abids, Hyderabad with a successful journey for more than 5 decades. The school has prepared many IPS, IAS, Lawyers, Doctors, CA, Entrepreneurs, Politicians, Educationists and wonderful human beings. The school works on the noble philosophy of working for the society without any bar in religion, caste or creed.

The school does not believe in making students achieve only high grades but works on a holistic development of the children making them prepared to face any challenge in life and overcome them through their wisdom courage and compassion. The school works with every child very closely and not only claim but ensure they do not require any extra coaching but complete and practice all their syllabus in the school itself. Along with academics, the school has well planned extracurricular activities. Sports include Football, Volley Ball, Badminton, Cricket, athletics, Table Tennis, Karate, Yoga and many more. Music and Art and Craft are also a part of the regular curriculum. Children are regularly taken on Field trips and annual picnic. Children are prepared for District and State level championships like MUN, Olympiads, Art and Craft, Debate, Dance and Singing and many more. The security in the school strict and the well-equipped Science and Computer Labs, Library and Teacher Resource Centres gives ample opportunity to students to research about any subject and undergo an experiential learning.

The school involves in regular training programs for the staff and also orientation programs for the parents. The educators at DJHS, Hyderabad are qualified and trained in working with children of the appropriate age. They support learning and help in the academic, social, emotional and physical development of the child. Early childhood development program for children between the ages two years six months and five years six months is based on the principle that early years are the most critical for a child’s growth and development. This is built upon, in later years by capable faculty who deliver a rigorous academic and co-curricular program. Students are encouraged to pursue academic excellence while developing into responsible ethical young adults with a passion for lifelong learners.

Our parents are as partners in the development of positive learning outcomes for their children. The active participation of parents in workshops and support provided to their children in consultation with educators of the school will ensure self-actualization of the student. When parents and school work in collaborative harmony, children are responsive, take greater initiative and are likely to be actively involved in their learning.

From the student’s perspective….

Diamond Jubilee High School-Hyderabad, as a secular, non -denominational institution it welcomes members of all communities, reflecting the strong belief held by the AKDN in the positive value of pluralism and diversity. It is the school where in all students are equal, a place where math and science toppers are not considered superior to those who are good in other subjects. Airy classrooms, innumerable activities in and out of the classrooms, no unhealthy competition… But DJHSH uniqueness lies in upholding various curricular and cocurricular activities which are in a row to boost the innate abilities of every child to grow as confident and independent individual.

From faculty perspective….

The educators at DJHS, Hyderabad are qualified and trained in working with children of the appropriate age. They support learning and help in the academic, social, emotional and physical development of the child. Teachers are the bedrock of the institution, they are the greatest assets. Professional development both in-house and through external faculty is conducted on an ongoing basis to equip teachers with skills to deliver an exacting curriculum.

From ECD perspective….

Early childhood development program for children between the ages two years six months and five years six months is based on the principle that early years are the most critical for a child’s growth and development. This is built upon, in later years by capable faculty who deliver a rigorous academic and co-curricular program. Students are encouraged to pursue academic excellence while developing into responsible ethical young adults with a passion for lifelong learners.

From parent’s perspective……

Our parents are as partners in the development of positive learning outcomes for their children. The active participation of parents in workshops and support provided to their children in consultation with educators of the school will ensure self-actualization of the student. When parents and school work in collaborative harmony, children are responsive, take greater initiation.

Diamond Jubilee High School, Abids, Hyderabad was filled with great zeal, excitement and frolicsome atmosphere on 18th December 2018 as it celebrated its Annual Sports Day, at Red hills GHMC Play Ground Red hills, Hyderabad. Almost 675 students from the school participated in the Sports day events. The program began with a melodious welcome song. The Chief Guest, Mr.Zaheeruddin Ali Khan, Managing Editor, The Siaasat Daily, Hyderabad, guest of honour Mr NooruddinDhamani, Director AKESI and Convener of the school along with other guests graced the occasion. The Chief Guest in his key note address emphasized that Annual sports day was a memorable day in each child life and how important sports was in a child’s life. In his address, he mentioned that sports training which appears to be meant for making children physically strong. But when one looks deeper, it is beyond physical strength and body flexibility. True sportsmanship refers to virtues such as fairness, self-control, courage, and persistence, and has been associated with interpersonal concepts of treating others and being treated fairly, maintaining self-control if dealing with others, and respect for both authority and opponents. Sportsmanship is also looked at as being the way one reacts to a sport/game/player. He also applauded the school principal Dr Sujatha Gade and her team for their outstanding achievements in the shaping up the school with their rich experience in the field of education. The celebrations began with a lightening of the sports torch, flag hoisting, march past by all the four houses and the Oath taking ceremony. The events filled in the hearts of everyone with the spirit of sportsmanship and unity. The winners in various games and sports were felicitated. The students displayed a wide array of colourful and reverberant events. They mesmerized the audience with their energetic performances. The Chinese fan drill, butterfly drill, smiley face drill, mass drill,Yoga, dance by the students, and the other cultural items remained as the main attraction of the mega event. The principal Dr Sujatha Gade appreciated all the participants and thanked everyone who contributed their services either directly or indirectly for the grand success of the mega event. Sports day ended with National Anthem.