Creativity is like your daily hero, making life better for everyone.

08/02/2024, THU

Creativity is like your daily hero, making life better for everyone. It’s not just for artists; it helps solve problems and express yourself in unique ways. Try new things, like doodling or cooking, to keep your brain happy and always learning. Let Aadhika Aadhyasari of Class 5 is here to discuss how to make your life for more fun!

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Colours of Rangoli at Greenwood Gopalpur

10/01/2024, WED

On Thursday, January 9th, 2024, Greenwood Gopalpur embraced vibrant hues as mothers showcased their artistic flair in the Rangoli Competition.

The event was a resounding success, with enthusiastic participation and a burst of creativity, turning the occasion into a kaleidoscope of artistic expressions.

The mothers brought forth a delightful array of Rangoli designs, adding a touch of tradition and innovation to the celebration.

It was heartening to witness the convergence of talent and the joyous spirit that filled the air.

The event not only showcased the cultural richness of our community but also fostered a sense of camaraderie among the participants.

Kudos to all the mothers for making the Rangoli Competition a memorable and visually captivating experience at Greenwood Gopalpur.

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Festivals : Upholds Culture and Brings Joy of Togetherness

22/10/2023, SUN

#Founders’ Pen

I am writing to emphasize the profound significance of festivals in our rich and diverse country, India. Festivals in India are not merely celebrations; they are threads that weave the cultural fabric of our nation, binding us together in unity and harmony.

Our festivals carry centuries-old traditions, values, and customs. They serve as a reminder of our shared heritage, teaching us to respect and appreciate the diversity that defines our society. Diwali illuminates the triumph of light over darkness, symbolizing knowledge dispelling ignorance.

Holi, the festival of colours, exemplifies the joy of unity in diversity. Eid fosters the spirit of generosity and communal harmony. Christmas brings in the value of compassion and sacrifice. Each festival carries unique teachings, promoting understanding and acceptance among all.

Furthermore, festivals play a pivotal role in promoting social cohesion. They provide opportunities for families and communities to come together, reinforcing the importance of togetherness and mutual support. Through these celebrations, our children learn invaluable lessons about empathy, compassion, and the spirit of giving.

In the spirit of these festivals, let us embrace the diversity that makes our country extraordinary. Let us celebrate our differences and similarities alike, fostering an environment of love, acceptance, and understanding within our school and beyond.

Added Part about Dussehra

Now, that we are celebrating Dussehra with great fervour and joy I would like to say a few things about this festival in particular.

Dussehra, also known as Vijayadashami, holds immense social and religious significance in Hindu culture. Socially, it symbolizes the victory of good over evil, encouraging people to embrace righteousness and reject negativity. The festival fosters a sense of unity and joy within communities, as families come together to celebrate. It also promotes cultural harmony and understanding among diverse groups.

Religiously, Dussehra marks the triumph of Lord Rama over the demon king Ravana, signifying the victory of dharma (righteousness) over adharma (unrighteousness). It is a time for devotees to reflect on moral values and spiritual principles. The day is often associated with the worship of Goddess Durga, representing the divine feminine energy and strength.

Dussehra instils moral and ethical lessons, reminding people of the importance of truth, courage, and compassion. The celebrations strengthen social bonds, promote religious tolerance, and inspire individuals to lead a virtuous life, making it a vital festival in the rich tapestry of India’s cultural and religious heritage.

Wishing you all a joyous festive season filled with love, compassion, and unity.

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Rakhi Festival Celebration in Advance @ Greenwood, Erragattugutta

29/08/2023, Tue

@Erragattugutta, (M) Branch #Greenwood High School

The Rakhi festival was celebrated in advance with enthusiasm and warmth at our Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy on 29th August 2023. The event brought together students, teachers, and staff to honor the special bond between siblings.

Colorful Rakhis adorned with intricate designs were exchanged, symbolizing the strong connection between brothers and sisters.

The school Director Sri. Dr. G Bharadwaja Naidu, who took part in the event along with the Academic Principal – Sri. VVVNaveen Kumar and Administrative Principal – Sri T. Pavan Kumar, delivered a heartfelt speech during the Rakhi festival celebration, emphasizing the importance of fostering strong relationships and bonds within the school community.

Expressing appreciation for the cultural significance of Rakhi, the Director sir highlighted how the festival serves as a reminder of the values of love, respect, and unity. The Director’s speech encouraged students to cherish and uphold these values, contributing to a harmonious and close-knit school environment.

The traditional Rakhi ceremony, complete with the tying of the sacred thread and the sharing of sweets, created an atmosphere of joy and unity. Through this celebration, the school embraced the essence of Rakhi, fostering a sense of love, respect, and togetherness among the entire school community.

In preparation for the Rakhi festival celebration at our school, a creative and engaging activity took place where students came together to make Rakhis. The art and craft session,under the mentorship of Art and craft staff Banaja Sahoo and Santhosh Rao, was filled with excitement as students showcased their creativity by designing unique Rakhis using a variety of materials. From vibrant threads to decorative elements, each Rakhi was a reflection of the student’s individuality.

The atmosphere was abuzz with laughter and collaboration as students shared ideas and helped one another craft these special tokens of affection. The process not only encouraged artistic expression but also emphasized the values of camaraderie and the significance of the festival.

The handmade Rakhis produced during this activity added a personal touch to the celebration as the brothers and sisters who are studying in this campus had the opportunity to use in the celebration symbolizing the love and effort put into creating something meaningful for their siblings.

The event not only allowed students to showcase their artistic talents but also immersed them in the cultural spirit of Rakhi, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation among the school community.

The Head of the Telugu Department Jampala Ramesh, along with other teachers, played an active role in organizing this event. The school management appreciated all the teachers, staff and students who took up responsivities in organizing this event in very grand and flamboyant way. Eventually, this event not only celebrated the bond between siblings but also reinforced the sense of community within our school. It was a delightful occasion that left lasting memories and a sense of connectedness among all participants.

Compiled by G Krishna Rao (Teacher of English)

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77th Independence Day was Celebrated with Great Enthusiasm

15/08/2023, Tue

@Goaplpur, Hanumakonda #Greenwood High School

77th Independence Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and respect at Greenwood High School. On this day the sense of happiness and pride could be clearly seen on the faces of all the people.

The program started with prayer by welcoming the Chief Guest, Principal, followed by garlanding portraits of freedom fighters. To commemorate the sovereignty of our Nation, the Chief Guest and the school Principal unfurled the tricolor flag and all in unison sang the National Anthem and expressed the joy of our freedom.

A parade was organized after that, different types of programs were presented by the students.

The Chief guest Mr. Prabhu Kumar and the principal Ms.Kavita Chawla appreciated students by giving certificates to the winners of solo singing, drawing competition and essay writing.

Both gave a very motivational and patriotic speech which is a pathfinder to enlighten the future of the students.

At the end sweets were distributed to the students. Indeed, it was a day of joy, a day to love and respect our country and make it a better place for Indians to live and experience the freedom, peace, and Unity in Diversity.

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Spirit of Independence Comes Alive at Greenwood

15-Aug-2023, Tue

@Erragattugutta, Hasanparthy (Main Branch) #Greenwood High School

76 years of glorious hard-earned Independence has come alive with all the pomp and gaiety at the Greenwood Grounds on the occasion of its 77th anniversary; the 15 August 2023.

The whole campus is overwhelmed with the memories of all the great leaders of our struggle for independence.

It is no exaggeration if one says that Tri-Colour filled the skies of Greenwood Campus.

Elaborate preparations have been made for this auspicious day by the students and their mentors under the supervisory guidance of Our Director Sir, Sri. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, both the Academic and Administrative Principals, V.V.V. Naveen Kumar and T. Pavan Kumar.

The celebrations began with the ceremonial welcome of the dignitaries of the school with a wonderful display of Guard of Honour by the NCC Cadets and the other students. The Directors of the school Sri Challa Dharma Reddy and Sri Dr. Girrem Bharadwaja Naidu, Sri. Alapati Prabhu Kumar, the General manager, Sri Yellappa Naidu, father of Sri G. Bharadwaja Naidu, Principal VVV Naveen Kumar and Vice Principal V. Suresh Kumar are among those who received the Guard of Honour.

All the dignitaries offered floral tributes to all the great leaders of our Freedom Struggle and broke the coconuts as an auspicious symbol in their honour.

Sri. Challa Dharma Reddy, the Director and present MLA of Parkal Constituency hoisted the National Flag. He spoke on the occasion reminding the young Greenwoodians of their responsibilities towards their parents and Nation, to develop friendly relationship among themselves, to be kind and polite and be the torch bearers of future generations.

Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu advised the children to be responsible towards their education. He reminded the students of the growing world of competition and advised one and all to prepare themselves to enter the glorious fields in their lives with confidence and ease. He also said about the role of a student in the development of nation.

Sri VVV Naveen Kumar reiterated the need for focusing on the learning and the time management.

However, the soulful words came out from Sri. Girrem Yellappa Naidu. Each and every word spoken by him found its way into the young hearts assembled. His was indeed a spirited speech. 

Later on, Prizes were distributed to the winners in Drawing/Painting Competition and Elocution competition held in the school on the occasion of Independence Day. Good Handwriting Award, Leadership Award, Most Helpful Student Award, Student of the Month Awards for the Month of July were given to the students. Certificates and Prizes were given to the winners.

Mr. J. Ramesh, HOD of Telugu Department and Mr. B. Sandeep from Social Science Department gave speech on this occasion. Some students also gave wonderful speech on the great sacrifices of our freedom fighters.

The decoration for Independence Day Celebration has begun right at the entrance of our school. A vibrant display of the national flag and decorations in the colors of our country started right from the gates. The entrance has been adorned with flowers, banners, and streamers, creating an atmosphere of national pride and enthusiasm.

Inside the classrooms, students have put their creativity to work. Each classroom has been transformed into a mini gallery of patriotism. The walls are embellished with handmade flags, historical quotes, and art pieces that reflect the essence of freedom and unity.

In the school ground where our official Independence Day ceremony has taken place, the stage has been adorned with a grand backdrop of the national flag, and the podium has been set for our esteemed speakers. The Entire school premises has exuded an air of anticipation and excitement, a testament to our dedication to honor this significant day.

All these are the result of creativity and artistic efficiency of our art and craft department teachers Ms. Banaja Sahoo and Mr. Santhosh Rao who encouraged all the art and craft student members to do their best in making whole campus very vibrant with their decorations and the work of art. The decorations and preparations for this year’s Independence Day have been a true labor of love. Every effort, every decoration, and every performance is a tribute to our nation’s journey towards freedom and progress. Each act has been prepared with dedication and enthusiasm, showcasing the rich cultural heritage and the fervor of our nation.

But our celebration is not limited to decorations alone. Our students have prepared an array of cultural displays showcasing the diversity of our country. From traditional dances to folk music performances, these displays remind us of the rich tapestry of cultures that make up our nation.

To kick off our celebration, our talented students presented a series of dance performances that depicted various aspects of our nation’s history and cultural diversity. Through graceful movements and vibrant costumes, they transported us back in time and across regions, showcasing the unity in diversity that defines our country.

The melodious strains of patriotic songs filled the air as our choir and solo singers took the stage. These songs, echoing the sentiments of love for our nation, served as a reminder of the struggles and sacrifices made by countless individuals to secure our freedom. Their voices undoubtedly evoked emotions of pride and unity.

Next, we have a spectacular display of discipline and precision – the Dumbbell Drill trained by Mr. Harish (PET). Our students, through synchronized movements and the manipulation of dumbbells, demonstrated the dedication and training that our armed forces undertake. This performance is a salute to their commitment and the protection they provide to our nation.

It has been masterfully showcased the spirit of ‘Lezim’ through the synchronized movements and energetic performance with the coaching of Mr. Sai Kumar (PET). The dedication of the students to preserving our cultural heritage and their seamless coordination on stage has been a true delight to behold, reminding us of the power of unity and tradition.

Some students showcased incredible display of strength, balance, and coordination by taking the stage to create stunning human pyramids and amazed all by their teamwork and dedication.

Kolatam, a traditional folk dance, took center stage. This performance symbolizes the harmony and togetherness that transcends regional differences. As the dancers moved in rhythm, they reflected the beauty of unity that is the hallmark of our nation’s progress. The Pyramid Formations and Kolatam have been well trained by Mr. Pradeep Reddy and Aravind (PETs).

Mono action by L. Geethika as Rani Rudrama is a heart touching act on the day which filled the hearts of students with emotion.

Mr. Raghu (PET) arranged Guard of Honour with our National Cadet Corps (NCC). Some other NCC students proudly took the stage with a parade that exuded discipline and respect. Through their synchronized movements and immaculate uniforms, they showcased the values of leadership, unity, and service to the nation. This parade was a reflection of the potential within our youth to shape a brighter tomorrow. The performances witnessed are a testament to the talent, dedication, and fervor of our students and the staff NCC ANO Mr. S. Radha Krishnan and Mr. M.Ramakrishna who are behind them to back them up in every nook and corner and every way.

Under the guidance and mentorship of Mr. G Krishna Rao, English Faculty, A. Abhilasha and R. Alekhya of class X had the privilege to anchor this memorable event. Both of them put together a well-structured and engaging script that captured the essence of our nation’s freedom and unity.

In retrospect, celebrating this Independence Day has been an honor and a fulfilling experience for all the students and the staff. All expressed their deepest gratitude to Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu for his guidance and support, without which this event would not have been possible.

On a final note, Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu and Sri. Challa Dharma Reddy, the directors of the Greenwood Group of Schools, appreciated all the students and staff who have carried out their duties successfully and made the Independence Day Celebration a grand success.


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Independence Day Celebrations @Greenwood Mancherial

15/08/2023, Tue

@Mancherial #Greenwood High School

Greenwood High School celebrated Independence Day with great enthusiasm and fervor. The event was graced by esteemed dignitaries, including the Chief Guest Mr. Aakarssh Naidu, who was accompanied by Principals Mr. Chandramohan, Mr. Ayub, and ACO Mrs. Fareeda Somani. The dignitaries began the proceedings by offering flowers to honor our national leaders, paying homage to their sacrifices.

The highlight of the event was the flag hoisting ceremony, led by Chief Guest Mr. Aakarsh Naidu As the tricolor 🇮🇳🇮🇳soared high, the entire gathering united to sing the national anthem with pride and unity.

Speeches were delivered by the Chief Guest Mr. Aakarsh Naidu, Mr. Chandramohan, and Mr. Ayub, reflecting on the significance of Independence Day and the importance of preserving the values and ideals for which our nation stands.

The cultural segment of the celebrations showcased the rich diversity of Greenwood High School. The event began with a mesmerizing classical welcome dance that set the tone for the festivities. Students from various grades showcased their talents through speeches, dance performances, and a fancy dress competition that displayed the creativity of the pre-primary kids.

The stage lit up with the energetic dance performance by 1st-grade kids and patriotic songs rendered by talented students like Ruzula, Deekshitha, and Srinithya and their groups. Additionally, a drawing competition was held, focusing on depicting national movement events. The winners of the competition were honored with certificates and medals.

One of the highlights was the breathtaking dance performance by the secondary boys, which left the audience awestruck with their skill and dedication. The grand finale was a tribute to the historic Dandi March, which was brought to life through a wonderful presentation, encapsulating the spirit of the freedom struggle.

The Independence Day celebrations at Greenwood High School were indeed a grand success, serving as a reminder of the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters and inspiring the young generation to cherish and uphold the values of our nation.

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Instilling the art & craft skills among students

@Erragattugutta #Greenwood High School

The art department of our Greenwood High School believes that every student should have the right to have personalised support to reach the limits of their capability.

Talented students in art require increased stretch and challenge in the classroom, and the opportunities to further their talents outside school. Therefore, our Art Department aims at all students to be potentially talented and to show the following skills:

  • Think and express themselves in creative, original ways.
  • Have a strong desire to create in a visual form as they are driven by ideas, imagination, humour or personal experience.
  • Show a passionate interest in the world of art and design
  • Use materials, tools and techniques skillfully and learn new approaches easily and they are keen to extend their technical abilities and sometimes get frustrated when other skills do not develop at the same time

Our Students are identified as gifted for a variety of reasons:

##They perform at an advanced National Curriculum level

 ##Their outcomes are of exceptional quality

 ##They show excellent skills in a specific area

Our student M. Amruth Sai, (Class-10, Aryabhata),  S/o Surender, has been the student of Greenwood since his 6 th class and a Greenwood Art Club Member as well. He is one of the best instances for exhibiting his distinguished skills in the Art & Craft. He has produced many art works in his Art & Craft clasess.

The Management of Greenwood High School is always ready to encourage the talent of the students.  So, our beloved Director Dr. Girrem Bharadwaja Naidu garu, General manager A. Prabhu Kumar garu, Academic Principal V.V.V. Naveen Kumar, Administrative Principal T. Pavan Kumar garu and Art & craft Teacher Banaja Sahoo appreciated the Art & Craft Department for instilling the Artistic skills among the students. And they also appreciated all the students who are exhibiting their Artistic skills being the Art Club Members.  

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Bonalu Celebrations @ Greenwood Mancherial

Greenwood High School @ Mancherial

May this bonalu lights up for you, the hopes of happy times..
people of Telangana state in Ashada masam will pray of Ammavaru as (Ellamma, pochamma, maisamma etc..)

Celebration of Bonalu🌿 started by lightening of lamp by Mrs.Fareeda somani accompanied by the principal Mr. Chandramohan, Mr.Ayub baig..
Principal sir addressed the gathering and evoked the spirit of bonalu and using of natural anti-biotics…

Bonalu carnival began by the teachers along with Ghata and band..

Students orate cleared up the importance of Bonalu,and the day was celebrated with dazzling performances.

Parents responded enthusiastically and appreciated their participation in the programme.

This festival connected with the cultural roots and fostered a sense of pride and heritage.

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Head Boy & Head Girl Election, 2023-24 @ Greenwood Erragattugutta

Greenwood High School @Erragattugutta

It has been a practice, well within the recommendations of the CBSE, to conduct the election for the positions of the Head Boy and Head Girl the top student hierarchy among the students of Greenwood.

The very objective of these election is to give an opportunity to the students to gain the first-hand experience of the fundamental system of democracy.

Like all the previous years, this academic year; 2023-2024, has also witnessed this noble experience of the students.

The role and importance of elections in the democracy was reiterated by our Director

Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu in the amphitheater of our campus in the evening of 02 July 2023.

The schedule of the election for the head Boy and head Girl was announced by our beloved Director Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu during the prayer meeting on 03 July 2023. The Schedule for the procedure of this election was announced on the same day. The team of officials responsible conducting this election freely and fairly was also announced.

As many as 24 boy students from the class 10 have submitted their nominations for the position of the Head Boy and as many as 13 girl students from the class 10 have submitted their nominations for the position of the Head Girl.

All these nominations were scrutinized and counter checked by a panel of teachers. After this scrutiny and counter check the nominations of 6 boys and 6 girls have been accepted. Eventually only two boys and two girls have stood for the election as the other candidates have withdrawn their nominations. 

Soon, the final list of candidates for election was announced and these candidates were introduced to all the students by the Principal on 05 July 2023 during the Prayer Meeting. The election symbols were also allotted. These candidates then interacted with the students from the same platform and staked their claim effectively.

And, yes! The canvasing started with colourful posters and pocket symbol labels. All the candidates met the voters in the dormitories and in the corridors in the free time. All the candidates with their supporters were allowed to visit the classrooms for requesting for the votes.

The election campaign ended in the evening hours of 10 July 2023. All the election fervor then reached a state of silence of expectations.

The Big Day; 11 July 2023, the day of election has brought the excitement and hopes back into the faces of all the students. As many as 5 polling booths were arranged with a team of as many as five polling officials of different cadre and two polling booth agents one each from the supporters of the candidates. Boys and girls have separate polling booths.

The polling began at 09.30 in the morning. All the polling booths were secured by the NCC cadets of our School under the eagle eyes of a team of three observers chosen from the administration and teachers.

The polling was very well organized and went on very peacefully till 03.00 p.m.

All dignitaries from the management and administration, teachers and the support staff exercised their voting right.

The Members of the Election Commission and Election Officials

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Winter Sports Carnival – 2023 starts with lots of zest and fanfare.

Hunter Road @ Greenwood Group of Schools

Winter Sports Carnival of Greenwood High School, a weeklong sports meet for all the classes and a much awaited sporting event in the school calendar, began with a great fanfare with Director Sir. Dr.Girrem Bharadwaja Naidu garu, declaring the Sports Carnival open at a specially held ceremony in the school playground on the 18 January, 2023

Leading up to the sporting carnival, all the students of all the classes were given a chance to choose sports of their interest to take part in and the response was huge.

After all, it was the first major sporting event in the School post COVID-19. With an aim to provide a sporting opportunity to everyone, all the participants are drawn into teams, house-wise, for team sports and preliminary rounds are formalized for individual games. It’s been a painstaking process since almost all the students are eager to participate in one or the other game.

On 18th January, the day of re-opening of the School after the Sankranthi vacation, Sports Carnival opening ceremony took place. A makeshift stage was arranged in the ground and arrangements were put in place for the program. All the students gathered on the ground dressed in white for the program. First, the guest of honour for the ceremony, respected Director Sir, was called on to the stage, and he was followed by CAO Prabhu Kumar Sir, Principal Manjula Madam to the dais. Vice-Principal Mahender and ACOs K Harshavardhan and K. Srikanth adorned the stage as well.

A March-past of houses led by respective House Presidents and guided by the Head Boy and the Head Girl was conducted and while the march-past passed the stage they saluted the dignitaries on the dais. Guests gladly accepted the salute. The march-past with perfect synchronization resembled a military parade. Speaking about the same, the PETs-Mr. Rajkumar, Mr.Praveen and Mr.Ramesh said that, “we have been making students practice whenever we get time. Thankfully, all our efforts paid off.”

It was followed by the National Flag hoisting by our respected Director Sir and the School Flag hoisting by the Head Boy. Director Sir lit the torch and passed the torch to the Head Boy who passed it to the Head Girl. Likewise, it was passed on to other House Presidents and all the cabinet enthusiastically accompanied them in the march. Finally, the torch was brought to the stage and Director Sir lit the Sports Carnival flame with the torch and declared the sporting carnival open and he administered the oath of fair play with all the participants. Speaking on the occasion, Director Sir said, “Put aside winning and losing and stay focused on bringing the best out of you.” He also emphasized on how important it is to abide by the rules of the games and playing it fare. All the students enthusiastically cheered throughout the program.

After the ceremony, first match of boys’ voylleyball between teams A & E of Diamond House took place. Director Sir shook hands with the two teams accompanied by the respective Captains and wished the teams all the best. On the other side of the ground, girls’ Dodgeball match was held between Teams B & C of Diamond House. Director Sir was introduced to the players of the teams by respective Captains and with Director Sir tossing the coin, the match began. There started a sporting spectacle for the full week.

Reported : Sidra Hureen and Harshini Madishetty of Class IX-Newton.

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“Importance of learning Child development”

A solid understanding of milestones and developmental pathways across each domain of children’s development can benefit teachers as well as parents in several ways.

Knowledge of how children within a given age span typically develop and learn provides a general framework to guide teachers in preparing the learning environment, considering curriculum, designing learning experiences, teaching and interacting with children.

Also important for parents to know the sequences in which children gain specific concepts, skills, and abilities, building on prior development and learning familiarity, for the better understanding of their wards learning abilities.

Knowledge of child development and learning provides the best foundation for planning for children.

Knowledge of individual child, and knowledge of family, community, and culture from which the child comes helps to understand the individual needs.

Knowing what is typical at a certain age is the best place to start when experiences and environments are planned for children. Plans based on typical child development and learning meet the needs of the majority of children, then make changes to accommodate individual children who may be ahead or behind.

Knowledge of child development and learning helps to plan next steps for supporting children’s progress.

Knowledge of the sequence of knowledge or skill development in any given area helps schools to set achievable, appropriate learning goals for children. It also helps to plan activities and experiences that challenge children just enough to progress without frustrating them with a challenge that is too far beyond their abilities.

We continually expand our own knowledge of child development and learning, and apply that knowledge when we plan and make decisions in their program, can feel confident about their practice. We also have a solid foundation when we explain our decisions and practices to parents and colleagues; a foundation that goes beyond personal opinion or feelings.

How do Social and Emotional Development Affect Learning?!

There is no doubt that social emotional learning teaches character. Social-emotional competencies empower kids to grow self-aware and confident, to manage difficult emotions and impulses, and to embody empathy, which translates to not only improved behavior but also test scores.

  • Character matters
  • Character can be taught
  • Character improves academic, social, and professional achievement

By providing a kind environment, it helps to encourage optimal brain development as well as social connection and collaboration. In other words, it affects learning by shaping children’s developing neural circuitry, particularly the executive functions.

As children feel safe and learn how to inhibit disruptive emotional impulses, they exhibit greater self-confidence, better behavior and enhanced memory. They enjoy the learning process and thus, readily engage and fully immerse themselves in gaining new information and skills.

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Adieu-2022 & Welcome-2023

Erragattu gutta @ Greenwood Group of Schools

It has been a tradition in Greenwood to bid Good Bye to the bygone Year and Welcome the new year with a lot of fervour. And the 31 December 2022 was no exception to this.

Elaborate arrangements were made to celebrate this event with lots of pomp and gaiety. The children under the guidance of the Greenwood Art and Craft Department decorated the stage so well to set the stage for a wonderful event.

The pillars of the Greenwood, that gave a solid foundation for Greenwood, Sri. Challa Dharma Reddy garu and Sri. DR. Girrem Bharadwaja Naidu garu, Sri. Alapati Prabhu Kumar garu, Sri. Shaik Rabbani garu, The Academic Principal Sri VVV. Naveen Kumar and the Administrative Principal Sri T. Pavan Kumar graced the function by their presence.

The first ladies of the school, Smt. Jyothi garu and Smt. Padmasree Garu has added the rainbow colour to this lovely occasion by their gracious presence. The very presence of these eminent ladies and gentlemen itself brought in the much-deserved festive look to the Greenwood Open Auditorium.

This ceremony was started with the auspicious prayer invoking Lord Ganesha by rendering the shloka ‘Sukhlambaradharam’ by a group of girls. This was followed fittingly by a Welcome Dance, ‘Aigiri Nandini’ by Kushi and her friends.

And then the cloud burst of many dances and songs and lots of fun and cheer marked the rest of the program. The following list shows the extensiveness of this program presented by the Greenwood Children.

Many a time the audience had to hold their breath in wonder and surprise at the talent exhibited by our children.

Soon after the excitement of the dances is over the excitement of the sports set in. The major event of the sports ‘The Winter Sports Carnival’ was conducted from 14-11-2022 to 19-11-2022. It was very fitting that the winners of the individual events, group events belonging to all Houses (Agni, Brahmos, Prithvi and Trishul) were felicitated with a lot of grandeur.  

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A very transparent and meticulous system was followed by the Department of Sports and games in deciding the winners by giving a very fair chance to one and all. The winners of each event was awarded five points, the runners up three points and those in the third position got 2 points. The cumulative total points were taken into consideration in deciding the Overall Winter Sports Carnival Championship of the school.

Certificates and medals were distributed to the all the winners. It may not be exaggeration if one says that light lit on the faces of the winners at that moment was brighter than the Neon lights used to light up the Open Auditorium.

Our beloved Director, Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu lauded the efforts of the Physical Education Teachers for having conducted the Winter Sports Carnival with thumping success.

When the clock struck 12 as a ritual, the Cake Cutting was done by all the eminent dignitaries. This was followed by the exchange of ‘New Year Greeting’ among one and all.

Sri. Challa Dharma Reddy garu, our beloved Director while greeting the children advised them to focus on the academics as they have to take their examinations soon. He also wished a lot of good luck for them for their oncoming examinations.

Dr. Bharadwaja Naidu garu, the Stalwart of Education and our beloved revered Director, has commended the children in their efforts in making everything a success story in our school. He advised them to work hard for their oncoming examinations; the board examinations for the class 10 students and the Periodic Assessment 3 for the rest of the school. He further reiterated the fact that our school has got the best of the infrastructure and the students have got the advantage of the services of very good teachers who all well qualified and committed and are always ready to help the students in their studies.

Talking about the two principals, Sri. VVV. Naveen Kumar, the Academic Principal and Sri. T. Pavan Kumar, the Administrative Principal said that the School Management is extremely happy the way these two principals are coordinating and cooperating with each other and leading the school to greater heights. He also mentioned the fact that both these principals are of high standards of academic administration irrespective of their designations. He expressed the strong hope that under their administration the academics of the school certainly would scale new heights.

He further appealed all the teaching staff to put in their best efforts to push the standard of Greenwood Education a step up.

Thus Greenwood gave a fitting farewell to the year 2022 and a befitting welcome to the year 2023.

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“CBSE” board exams-2023 for “class 10”

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CBSE Board Exam 2023 Datesheet Updates, Download CBSE 2023 Time-Table Live at The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday released the date sheet for the 2023 board exams. The detailed board sheet is now available at the official CBSE website —

According to the official notification, the CBSE board exams 2023 for class 10 will commence from February 15, 2023 and conclude on March 21, 2023. Similarly, class 12 board exams will take place between February 15, 2023 and April 5, 2023. Exams will begin at 10:30 am. Most exams will be of three hours duration and conclude at 1:30 pm, while some will be of two hours duration and conclude at 12:30 pm.

From the Director’s Desk…

Dear Students,

My warm wishes to you. I want to suggest you how to utilize our REVISION PROGRAM to get maximum benefits.

I feel that no one in this world is born without intelligence.

God has given every one the same composition of mind. It depends on you how to utilize it for your success.

If you have a definite target in life, you can easily collect all your
powers and focus them on that goal.

If you remain determined for your goal, just like the pole star, you would not be affected by any challenges or struggle of your life. If you become a pole star, your future generations would respect you and follow in your footsteps.

The famous English poet, Robert Frost, has written a poem. I would like to quote some lines here to focus more on that topic

Woods are lovely, dark and deep,
And I’ve promises to keep.
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.

Here, the line “And miles to go before I sleep” has been repeated.
This is an emphasis on the self-determination and strong resolution of a person who wants to do a lot before he sleeps (dies).

You are self-illuminated, just like the Sun. You possess fuel in the form of energy and wick in the form of willpower. Then, which power can stop you from getting lighted up or move towards your goal?

You keep sharpening your willpower and caliber at all points of time. Learn to trust yourself. You possess unlimited powers within you. Do not let your self-confidence go down. Keep yourself enlightened and aware;

if you do so on a consistent basis, no one can stop you from succeeding.

The most beautiful thing in this world is to see your parents smiling and
the next best thing is to know that you are the reason behind that smile.

Most of the students are functionally very strong and behaviorally very weak and often their reason for failure is not lack of knowledge or hard work but lack of motivation and positive attitude. And for you to have positive attitude towards your preparation, it is very important to answer the following question.

” Why am I studying” ?

Every task should have a sense of purpose or motive behind it.

So, first define the purpose whether

  • it is your passion
  • to make your parents happy
  • or something else.

Some important tips to follow :

# Results of a survey said that the difference between topper and slow learner is not much in terms of subject knowledge, intelligence or hard work, but the major difference is in terms of study techniques and approach towards exam.

# You should possess a great determination so that you are ready to quit (sacrifice) the most important things you like. (Watching movies or chatting with friends or something else)

# Have concrete faith in you. You are what your thoughts are. If you think you can, then you can.

Small Tip: To achieve this state of mind, stop speaking negative about anyone or anything and see the magical power of your brain.

To get benefit in revision plan :

# Though we give a revision plan, every student must plan again in that according to his/her abilities. Suppose if you are given 2 hours for Social, then you should preplan how and what to study in that given time.

# Analyze yourself daily in the night whether you prepared the whole day as you wished. If not, then list out the mistakes made by you like chatting with friends, wasting time, not taking care of health etc. and plan accordingly how to rectify them the next day.

# Write your purpose in a book to excel in exams and read that daily at least once.

# Teachers are there to guide and support you. So, you should not hesitate to ask them even a single thing which obstructs your growth.

# This is exclusively for those who struggle to pass in the exams. Follow the
instructions given by your teachers sincerely. Do not think negatively about
them. They are just to guide you and support you.

# Suppose if you are good at Maths then give more time for preparing other subjects.

Mindset before writing an exam.

# Say to yourself before writing every exam that this is the final exam and you should put forth your maximum efforts to excel in it.

# Don’t forget to revise what you had read so many days before the exam.

# Every exam conducted will show how you have prepared for that exam.

# Your performance in exams indicates your preparation.

# Every exam gives you a chance to rectify yourself before writing the final exam.

What to do after an exam is conducted (or) papers are given back?

Analyze yourself in the following areas.

Have I presented in order ?

  • Handwriting
  • Neatness
  • Mistakes
  • Your absolute ( maximum) score.

Plan yourself how to rectify the above .

Write all the mistakes done by you in a book, Inspite of your sincere efforts, you have committed that mistakes. Hence, you should revise every time from then onwards before writing any exam in that chapter.

# Rectification is the only way to develop yourself.

Things to be kept in mind:

# You are going to revise each chapter you have studied only after 2 months. So you have to revise thoroughly now itself so that it takes very less time after 2 months.

# Your daily analysis and performance analysis in exam are going to take you to the expected peaks.

# Never think of any other thing or the persons till you reach your goal.

How to overcome exam tension?

  • Speak openly with your friends or teachers about your problem and follow their suggestions.

(Mind is like a parachute, it works best when it is open)

  • One more suggestion is that it would be better if you get experience before writing the
    schedule tests. i.e. ask your friend / teacher to conduct a pretest and analyze not to repeat the mistakes.


Whenever you are not getting out of your problems,

read this once again. You will definitely find a solution.



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from the Founder’s pen-(“Self-discipline”)

#Discipline #Learning #Success

Is self discipline important in one’s life?!

“Discipline is rarely enjoyable but almost always profitable” – Darrin Patrick

Discipline is considered a particularly valuable skill in students’ life, where they encounter tough situations on a regular basis.

People who are disciplined are also more likely to be able to focus on long-term goals and solutions rather than seek instant gratification.

This means that disciplined individuals will work hard to meet goals and they will continue to push forward even when working on tedious, boring or otherwise difficult tasks at their learning stages.

Not giving in to something is considered a sign of strength and leadership, and it’s commended and respected at all levels of societal interactions, especially at higher level tasks.

Self discipline can help students to achieve.

Self Control : Which helps them to adhere to the given task, therefore, they can get better with their efficiency.

Time Management: They can spend their time in doing productive works, can control their tasks and complete in advance, therefore they will have more time to spend with friends and family.

Reduces stress levels : It helps them to elevate their productivity levels and quality parameters as they have more time in hand. Also they can spend their time sharpening their skill sets by reading blogs, article, and reference books related to subjects.

One becomes a source of inspiration to their friends and peers. They look up to them for all the inspiration they need.

There are a lot many qualities and aspects required to taste success in our life. But of all, the quality of discipline supersedes as it starts from the ground level shaping our entire lifestyle and personality to the core.

Hence it is vital to realize and follow the importance of DISCIPLINE not only at schools but also during our personal endeavors, as it is easy to inculcate at their young age.

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Indian national unity day celebrations in mancherial Greenwood

mancherial @ Greenwood Group of Schools :

National Unity day was celebrated in Greenwood Mancherial in a grand manner..
Commemorate the birth anniversary of our indian First Home minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel all the students and teachers have taken an Unity oath..

All of them have joined thier hands with each other and expressed their unity..

Principal Ayub, Neeta mam and academic coordinator Kanthi addressed the children regards this occasion..
All the teachers and students have put on white dresses to indicate the peace and unity..

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Erragattugutta ( Greenwood High School ) :

GREENWOOD HIGH SCHOOL HEAD BOY, HEAD GIRL and the House Secretaries of various posts of the STUDENT COUNCIL -2022-23 , took oath on 21ST SEPTEMBER before the CHIEF ELECTION COMMISSIONER Shri. Dr. G. BHARADWAJA NAIDU .

The oath taking ceremony was held at the school campus, which was attended by Dr. Girrem Bharadwaja Naidu, the Director as well as the CEC , Mr. V.V.V Naveen Kumar, the Academic Principal , Mr. T. Pavan Kumar, the Administrative Principal , Mr. Ranjith Behera, the Election Commissioner, Mr. Satheesan Achari, the Returning Officer and other teaching and non-teaching staff.

Earlier in the month of July, the election to the Head Boy and Head Girl – 2022-23 was held in the campus.
Lakkam Karthik of Xth Aryabhatta and K. Jashmitha of Xth Kalam was elected as the Head Boy and the Head Girl respectively. G. Bhardwaja Naidu, the Chief Election Commissioner administered the oath of office to them.

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Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, the School Director, had on the ceremony highlighted why this election was conducted, saying that he would ensure the smooth functioning of the School through a Self-Governing body of the students . He said it is very essential to bring self-discipline among the students through such Council.

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The Academic Principal Mr. VVV. Naveen Kumar , in his speech said, the conducting of Democratic Election is very essential process in our country as it is the largest Democratic Country of the world. The School election was a part of teaching how do democratic elections take place and what are the roles and responsibilities of the elected representatives.

The Administrative Principal Mr. T. Pavan Kumar said that the involvement of students in the day-to-day process of the School governing, will bring excellent output as the students can understand better the problems of them and they can solve it by bringing such issues to the notice of the School Management.

Dr. G.Bharadwaja Naidu, the Director, Felicitated Mr. satheesan Achari and Mr. Ranjith Behera , the social Science faculties, for taking the risk and responsibilities for conducting the election process in well-disciplined manner

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Prizes, Prizes, Prizes and Accolades

Brain Hunt, a Hunt for Talent

(Erragttugutta Mother Campus): Brain Hunt is a weekly program initiated by Greenwood and continued for a very long time. The pandemic has put a pause to it, sadly. This is a Search for Talent among the students of the school. This academic year due to the efforts of our beloved Director, Dr. Bharadwaja Naidu and Academic Principal, VVV Naveen Kumar and the Educational Secretaries from the School Cabinet Brain Hunt has made a tremendous comeback. The winners for this week are:

Class IV : R. Arohi
Class V : D. Varshitha
Class VI : K Ashwith
Class VII : Shraddha Singh
Class VIII : Ch Rishi Ganesh
Class IX : T Amritha
Class X : B Smarani

All these winners are felicitated by our Director Sir during the Prayer Meeting with gifts, today, the 26 September 2022.
Academic Prizes for Toppers of Periodic Assessments
Cash prize of FIVE HUNDRED RUPEES each is given to the toppers of the Periodic Assessment – 2 from each of the classes from VI – X. This award is a permanent one and will be given for the toppers of the future assessments also.
The toppers of Periodic Assessment – 1 who have won this award are felicitated by our beloved Director Sir during today’s Prayer Meeting.
The winners for this award are:
Class VI : N Sai Vidhyakar
Class VII : D Sakshitha
Class VIII : Ch Ruthwika
Class IX : Ch Apthika
Class X : M Rea

All these toppers are congratulated and appreciated by our Director Sir and advised all the students to work hard to win these prizes in future.
Smt. G. Narayanamma Award for Academic Excellence
During this prayer meeting the Girrem Narayanamma Academic Excellence Award, a Yearly Award, is announced for this academic year 2022-2023 as is done every academic year. This is a yearly cash award of TEN THOUSAND RUPEES given to the topper from the class X by Our Beloved Director SIR In the memory of his mother Smt. G, Narayanamma Garu.

Inspired by this wonderful gesture of our beloved Director Sir our Chief Administrative Officer Sri Alapati Prabhu Kumar has come forward to announce a yearly award of FIVE THOUSAND RUPPES in the memory of his mother Smt. A. Rajeswari for the academic topper from the class IX.
Also encouraged by this gesture is our Principal Sri. VVV Naveen Kumar, who has come forward to announce an Yearly Award of FIVE THOUSAND RUPEES in the memory of his father Sri. Veda Rama Mohan Rao for the academic topper from the class VIII.
Our Director Dr. G Bharadwaja Naidu Sir has spoken about the duty of a child to his parents and appreciated the initiative taken by Sri A Prabhu Kumar and Sri VVV Naveen Kumar.
Warm Greetings were given to one and all.

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