A Report on Art & SUPW Exhibition and Food Carnival

The Department of Art and SUPW organised an art and craft exhibition on 4th February 2023 in the art room to provide limitless opportunities for creative minds. It was an initiative to bring forth our students’ innate skills and talent and hone their creative genius.

The art room was abuzz with excitement and fervour as it showcased the handicrafts of our students in their myriad hues. The display ranged from pencil shading, glass painting, stitching, origami, embroidery, making designs on stones, splashes of vibrant hues, different types of paintings, sketched portraits, paper flowers, and eco-friendly material, which bring out the best creativity of our students. Students made vibrant wall hangings and mural paintings to embellish the art room.

Our budding artists presented many creative ideas, which left all the viewers dumb-struck and full of praise for the talent on display. The kids displayed their works compiled by their fostered creativity and enhanced skills. The exhibition provided the right platform for students to showcase the varied and beautiful articles and the exquisite paintings done by them throughout the academic year.

The parents were delighted to watch the colourful displays of their wards and lauded the students’ efforts, who, under their teachers’ guidance, had put up a fantastic array of artifacts. The Principal and staff applauded the students for their creative flair, as such exhibitions motivate and instill confidence in young minds. The Principal, Dr.Madhav Deo Saraswat, and Vice-Principal, Ms.Amrita Chandra Raju, visited the art room, and they appreciated the efforts put in by the students to make the event a grand success.

HPS, Begumpet hosted its annual fundraising Food Carnival. The initiative was organised to raise funds for charity. A fun-filled and charity-driven food carnival was organized on 4th February 2023 at Yoga Lawns, The Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet by the students and Class teachers of Class 8. In a kind gesture, students of Class 8 came together on Saturday to organise a food carnival for the benefit of the deprived.

The students of Class 8 participated with great vigour and enthusiasm. The event was a great success in terms of a wide variety of mouth-watering delicacies and the creative decoration of each class stall. Our young chefs beautifully showcased signature dishes – pancakes, mocktails, milkshakes, fruit custard, waffles, pizzas, nachos, Mexican Burritos, cake pops, Russian salad,
sandwiches, Indian savouries bhel puri, pani puri and papadi chat. There were a total of 8 stalls. Parents, Teachers, and students lined up in front of the stalls established as a part of the carnival to tickle their taste buds.

The students took utmost care of hygiene. They sold the food items to their friends, parents, and teachers. The students explained the health benefits and nutritional values of the food items. It was a good learning experience for the student organizers to acquire entrepreneurial skills, which helped the students learn teamwork, collaboration, and creativity. While the glorious food was the star of the day, other main ingredients of the carnival included team spirit in its purest form and the golden opportunity to instill a sense of social responsibility.

The Principal, Dr. Madhav Deo Saraswat, inaugurated the event and, along with the Vice-Principal, Ms.Amritha Chandra Raju, visited the stalls and appreciated the efforts put in by the students in making the event a grand success. It was a humanitarian initiative to reach out and make a difference in society.