Tender fingers at Jain Public School sold ladies fingers, Onions, Carrots, Brocolli, Chillies, Carrot, Cauliflower and much more. A live vegetable market at the corridors of Jain Public School was put up by our budding young leaders to celebrate vegetable market day. Pre Primary children were introduced with the concept of money and measurement. Teachers and the students were invited to buy vegetables from the market. Our young shop keepers enthusiastically sold the vegetables.
Grade V culminate the forgiveness week by preparing beautiful handmade forgiveness booklet, where every child writes his/her idea as why forgiveness is important.
At Jain Public School we believe in hands on experience and learning of the same was incorporated in the Social Science class of grade VI, where the children learned about "Indus Valley Civilization" through board games and projects.
Before the invention of paper people made clay tablets to write and preserve. Our children tried to make dough
tablet and write on that. This activity made us realise the invention of paper eased our life.
Educational researches have shown that teachers' actions in their classrooms have twice the impact on student
achievement as do school policies regarding curriculum, assessment, staff congeniality, and parental involvement. The
quality of teacher-student relationships is the keystone for all other aspects of classroom management. At JPS we take
care of all aspect of classroom management and we firmly believe that physical space carry equal importance. Every
class room is equipped with emotional bank account which promotes positive behavior in our young leaders. Word wall
displaying key concepts of every chapter, Birthday charts, seven habits tree are some key feature of our classrooms
Tell me and I forget, teach me and I learn, Involve me and I learn... That’s what happened in grade II science class where
students learnt about Plants through craft activity in their science class.