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G-Fair for class 6 – 10th


Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time. ~ Thomas A. Edison

Coming towards the end of the academic year Greenwood High School Hunter Road had planned G-Fair for class 6-10thon 4th April 2024. We all know that haste makes waste, so from28th March to 3rdApril children came together and worked on different projects both working and still modals, with the guidance from their respective teachers of subjects Telugu, Hindi, English, Math, Science and Social.

Special stalls of Nutri, art and craft and psychology followed right through. The zeal of the students towards learning and presenting the wide range of topics made the week more passionate and fulfilling. As this chance comes Once in a blue moon students grabbed this opportunity and showcased their amazing skills and abilities to grasp, learn, understand and present different ideas and concepts. Parents of all the students were invited to attend this special event.

The red letter day had arrived. On 4th April 2024  all the students were ready with their stall and awaited the arrival of the parents. Our Beloved Director Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu sir inaugurated the event followed by Prabhu Kumar sir, Manjula Mam, Mahender sir and ACOs Harshavardhan and Srikanth sir. The parents bloomed the day with their presence.

All the students were as calm as a cucumber and with every stall the expectations and excitement of the visitors was increasing. From 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM students confidently showed their talents without having cold feet.Special projects like the Chandrayan 3  launch, Modal of the Ayodhya Temple,  ATM machine, Working modal of the pumping of blood, and language stalls like Idioms, Tongue Twisters and Riddles gained much popularity. Students arranged  multiple games related to their exhibits which made the crowd more active.

Parents gave a positive feedback and encouraged all the students for their exquisite performance.All the Greenwood staff took turns to visit the stalls and appreciate the work of our students as they worked their fingers to the bones.



And with that the event was a success and we called it a day

SPEAK IN SUCH A WAY THAT OTHERS LOVE TO

LISTEN TO YOU. LISTEN IN SUCH A WAY THAT OTHERS LOVE

TO SPEAK TO YOU.

(Ms.Rida- Department of English)


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“Vibrant Celebrations and Reverence: Vasant Panchami at Greenwood Gopalpur”


Vasant Panchami, the festival heralding the arrival of spring, was celebrated with great fervor at Greenwood Gopalpur. The day began with Mrs. Kavitha Chawla, The principal, addressing the student gathering about the importance of the day and blessing them for their future.

Next the students and staff offering fragrant flowers to the idol of Goddess Saraswati, the epitome of knowledge and wisdom. This act of devotion set the tone for a day filled with reverence and celebration.

Throughout the program, various classes recited slokas dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, showcasing their devotion and spiritual connection. The highlight of the event was a captivating dance performance by the talented girls of Class 7, which enthralled the audience and added to the festive atmosphere.

In addition to the cultural performances, students also sought the blessings of their teachers, acknowledging their role in shaping their future. The day was not just a celebration but also a time for reflection and gratitude towards the goddess and the teachers who guide and inspire them.

Celebrating Vasant Panchami is important as it signifies the arrival of spring, a season of new beginnings and fresh starts. It is believed that Goddess Saraswati bestows her devotees with knowledge, wisdom, and creativity on this auspicious day.



Therefore, by celebrating Vasant Panchami, we not only honor the goddess but also seek her blessings for success and enlightenment in all our endeavors


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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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World Read Aloud Day 2024 Celebrations at Greenwood Gopalpur School


Greenwood Gopalpur School celebrated World Read Aloud Day 2024 with great enthusiasm, fostering a love for reading and promoting camaraderie among students. The main event featured students reading aloud chapters from their lessons, prompting their classmates to repeat after them. This interactive session not only enhanced reading skills but also encouraged active participation and engagement in learning.

One of the highlights of the event was the reading session among siblings, where older siblings helped their younger counterparts, promoting a sense of brotherhood and sisterhood among the students. This activity not only strengthened bonds between siblings but also emphasized the importance of mutual support and collaboration in learning.

World Read Aloud Day holds significant importance as it underscores the power of reading aloud in improving literacy skills, building confidence, and fostering a sense of community among readers. By encouraging students to read aloud and engage in collaborative reading activities, Greenwood Gopalpur School reaffirmed its commitment to promoting literacy and nurturing a culture of lifelong learning among its students.



The celebrations served as a reminder of the transformative impact of reading aloud in shaping young minds and building a brighter future. Through such initiatives, Greenwood Gopalpur School continues to empower its students to become avid readers, effective communicators, and compassionate individuals.


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Conduct of ” A ” certificate Exam 2024 at LB college Warangal.


The NCC troops of the school had their A certificate exam conducted on 20th and 21st of January 2024. The A certificate exam is the first level of the NCC certificate exams others being the B and C certificate ones.

The A certificate exam is for the school level students who have taken two years of NCC training, as a part of which they do attend a camp for 10 days to know about the Regimental way of life.

The A certificate has great priority for selections in academic pursuits of Medical and Engineering streams as it provides a 5 percent reservation for the cadets.


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This year the school had 86 cadets appeared for the exam. The number of girls being 27 and that of Boys being 59.

On the first day, the cadets faced drill test, Map reading test, Field craft, battle craft and weapon training practicals.

On the second day they faced the written test covering a wide range of topics both in military as well as common subjects.

The cadets were motivated to be disciplined and take up the exam quite seriously. The ANO First Officer Sri. S. Radha Krishnan felt that most of them need to choose an army life and be good army officers of the future.

The Officer Cadet Sri. M. Ramakrishna felt the cadets need to take the opportunity well and prove their mettle in the future life.

The cadets were appreciated by the Commanding officer Col. Ajayanand Khandhuri of the 10(T)Bn.NCC.Warangal.

The academic and the administrative principals Mr. V.V.V. Naveen Kumar and Mr. T. Pavan Kumar appreciated the cadets commitment towards getting trained in an army oriented atmosphere.

The Director Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu felt that these cadets should be a role model of the future and be good leaders in the spheres of life they choose to lead.


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Greenwood High School – Hunter Road, Republic Day Celebration.







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Reading Skills Improvement Program: Unveiling the Success of School-wide Reading Test


In an era where effective communication and information processing skills are paramount, the importance of strong reading skills cannot be overstated.

Recognizing this, Greenwood High  School, Hunter road has  implemented a comprehensive Reading Skills Improvement Program aimed at enhancing the reading abilities of our students.

This initiative involved a systematic reading test conducted  from  grades III to  V  to assess the baseline reading levels, followed by targeted interventions to address identified areas for improvement.



The reading test was designed to be age-appropriate and aligned with the curriculum. It covered various aspects of reading, including comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, and critical analysis.

The test was administered uniformly, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the reading abilities of each student.

The Reading Skills Improvement Program, initiated through a comprehensive reading test, has proven to be a transformative initiative for our students. This program serves as a testament to the school’s commitment to nurturing well-rounded individuals equipped with essential literacy skills.


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‘Rangoli Competition’ @ Greenwood, Hasanparthy: A Burst of Colors and Creativity!


On 07th January 2024, Greenwood conducted an Inter-House Rangoli Making Competition account of Sankranti Festival 2024. It turned out to be a fantastic experience for our rock star girl students in classes VII to X.

They jumped in with full-on enthusiasm, the kind you usually see during festivals. The whole scene was about boosting creativity, teamwork, and soaking in our culture vibes. We set the stage for everyone to let loose and express themselves using the original and traditional form of art – Rangoli. It was all about bringing out that desi flair and letting the good times roll!

Rangoli making is all about unleashing your artistic side with some stunning colors. It’s like this amazing art form straight out of the Indian scene. It’s a way to let your imagination run wild and free. We create patterns using powdered lime, red ocher, rice flour, colored sand, quartz powder, flower petals, snazzy colored rocks, colored glitters, and more. It’s like an everyday thing in loads of Indian homes, but busting out the Rangoli skills usually goes down during festivals and big celebrations because it takes some serious time.

So, Rangoli isn’t just an art; it’s a tradition, a vibe, and a Desi way to add some color to our festivals. We express gratitude to our ancestors for preserving and passing down this remarkable art form!

144 young girls (24 Teams, Each team of 6 students) went all out, putting in loads of effort and throwing out some mind-blowing ideas. They were so into it! Each student showed off their skills by posting pictures of the awesome Rangoli they made. This competition lit a fire under them, pushing them to shine and show off their creative chops.

The competition saw a brilliant showcase of vibrant and detailed Rangoli designs, each reflecting the distinctive creativity and imagination of the participating students. Themes varied from traditional to contemporary, blending cultural heritage with modern aesthetics.

Moreover, the success of the competition wouldn’t have been possible without the active involvement and guidance of our respected Director Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu sir, Greenwood General Manager – Sri A. Prabhu Kumar sir, Academic Principal – Sri V.V.V Naveen Kumar sir, Administrative Principal – Sri T. Pavan Kumar sir, and Vice Principal Sri. V. Suresh Kumar sir. They played instrumental roles in guiding the teachers, coordinating with the staff, and supporting the students throughout the preparation and execution phases, ensuring the competition a resounding success.

A seasoned panel of judges assessed the Rangoli artworks, considering factors like the design selection, color coordination, how neat and clear it was, the creativity and of course the overall presentation.

The students not only showcased their artistic prowess but also gained insights into the deep cultural importance of Rangoli in Indian traditions. It was about ensuring their designs were top-notch and presentable.In the end, it wasn’t just a Rangoli competition; it was a celebration of colors, creativity, and the awesome talent our students have.

Voting was also conducted to decide the Winners of the Rangoli Competition. The Competition results will be announced shortly.

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Mehandi Competitions @ Greenwood Mancherial


School organised mehandi competitions to enlighten the students on the significance of festival.

Students from Grade 4th to 9th participated in the competitions to exhibit their creativity. They applied Henna on their classmates hands artistically.




This competition also had a motive to inculcate among the learners an interest in tradition and customs of India exhibited on various festive occasions.



Students performed beautifully Arabian, bridal, Arabic, indo Arabic style Henna.

Under the guidelines of primary coordinator Mrs Fareeda the program went on in a successive way.. Principal Mr Chandra Mohan and Admin Mr Ayub have supervised the program.


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Maths Quiz 2023 @Hunter Road Greenwood


Greenwood High school, Hunter Road has organised Maths quiz for classes 6th 7th and 8th  on 22 December to commemorate the National Mathematics Day and also the birth anniversary of the mathematics legend Srinivasa Ramanujan.

The event began at 10 AM as the students gathered in the assembly premises. The students of class 8 Kalam P.Sahasra Sai and 7 Bose Shivani welcomed everyone and initiated the program.

Honourable Principal Manjula Devi madam vice principal Mahender sir and ACO Harshavardhan sir paid their respect to the portrait of Srinivasa Ramanujan.

The quiz was organised and conducted by the Maths Department and Mr Sampath and Mr. Ramaneedhar presided over as the judges.

The quiz began with the introduction of participants. 16 students in all were qualified from classes 6-8 in the preliminary test, which was  conducted on 13 December 2023. 

And with this 4 teams were formed:

  1. Algebros
  2. Calcolics
  3. Py-thons
  4. Questors 

The quiz comprised of 6 rounds :

Arithmetic round

Geometry round

Mathematics formulae round

Mathematicians round

Algebra round

Rapid fire 

The intense Quiz began.

All the teams spared no effort in Solving the problems and kept the Audience at the edge of their seats throughout.  The Audience were given an opportunity to answer 2 questions at the end of each round and were awarded with chocolate for correct answer.

There were two cultural performances by the students to bring some fun and musical relaxation to the participants and the Audience.

Ranjana (7Newton) Deekshita (8 Einstein) , Ifra (8 Newton) and saanvi (8 Newton) sang  melodious songs and mesmerised everyone.

After the thrilling Rapid fire round Team Questors emerged as the winners and Team Calcolics were the runner ups.

The event concluded with the speech of honorable Principal Mam who appreciated the efforts of the teachers and students while encouraging and motivating them to come forward and embrace their strength. 

Prizes and certificates  were given to the winners and runner ups by Principal mam and everyone applauded and appreciated the participants.

She applauded the efforts put in by everyone for this exciting event. The quiz enriched the knowledge and the curiosity of the students and boosted their confidence. Everyone enjoyed being a part of this intriguing event.

With this the gathering dispersed. 


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Imagination is the spark that ignites the fire of creativity


Rangoli making is all about showing artistic creativity by using beautiful colours. It is a way to express imagination. Keeping this in mind, an Inter – house Rangoli making competition was organized for classes VI to X in Greenwood High School, Hunter Road. 

The competition aimed at honing aesthetic skills, creativity and innovation of the young modernites.

Students from all the four houses participated earnestly and with enthusiasm . The theme of the competition was *‘Anti War and Peace’*. 

Children put in lots of efforts and came up with amazing ideas. The students enthusiastically participated by showcasing their skills.

This activity was an example of collaborative learning in which our teachers gave ideas and inspired the students to work in groups and foster team spirit. 





The judgement depended on the selection of the design, neatness, clarity and colour combinations and creativity by the students to make their designs more presentable.

Each Rangoli was unique in its own way and the judges were in a dilemma to choose the ones that were better than the best .



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Significance of NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS


As we stand at the threshold of a new year, I want to take a moment to reflect on the significance of New Year resolutions and the impact they can have on your personal and academic lives.

The start of a new year marks an opportunity for a fresh beginning, a chance to set new goals and embrace positive changes. New Year resolutions are not just a tradition but a powerful tool for self-reflection and personal growth.

They provide a structured way for you to articulate your aspirations and take deliberate steps towards achieving them.

Setting resolutions allows you to focus your energy and efforts on specific areas of improvement. Whether it’s academic achievements, personal habits, or interpersonal relationships, resolutions help you define your objectives and create a roadmap for success.

This process of self-reflection is essential for understanding your strengths and areas that need development.



Furthermore, New Year resolutions instill a sense of discipline and commitment. When you set goals for yourself, you are essentially making a commitment to your own growth and well-being. This commitment builds character and resilience, teaching you the importance of perseverance in the face of challenges. It’s not just about making resolutions but about cultivating the discipline to follow through on them.

Moreover, resolutions foster a positive mindset. As you articulate your goals and work towards them, you create a sense of purpose and direction in your life. This positivity is contagious, affecting not only your own attitude but also influencing those around you. A positive mindset is a catalyst for success, enhancing your ability to overcome obstacles and approach challenges with determination.

            In the realm of academics, setting resolutions can significantly impact your performance. Whether it’s improving study habits, seeking help when needed, or setting realistic academic goals, these resolutions can pave the way for academic excellence. The sense of accomplishment that comes from achieving your resolutions will boost your confidence and motivation.



            As the Chairman of this esteemed institution, I encourage each one of you to embrace the tradition of setting New Year resolutions. Use this opportunity to reflect on your personal and academic journey, set meaningful goals, and commit to the path of self-improvement.



The importance of New Year resolutions extends beyond the tradition itself; it is a powerful tool that can shape your future and contribute to your overall success and well-being.

Wishing you a year filled with growth, achievements, and the fulfillment of your aspirations.


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National cadet corps training does involve adventure activities such as Rock climbing, Parasailing,Paragliding,Mountaineering and trekking.

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National cadet corps training does involve adventure activities such as Rock climbing, Parasailing,Paragliding,Mountaineering and trekking.

These are included to provide cadets an opportunity to learn adventure sports and move them out of their fear of adventure.


In this regard the NCC conducts 8 camps on Rock climbing. 4 of them are at Gwalior and the other 4 at Pitogarh Army Public school, Uttarakand.


These camps are held every year in the months of November and December.Giving training to nearly 1090 cadets.


This year the Gwalior camp was from 15 November to 26th November. This was attended by CADET G.HARSHITH of class 9th.


He has been appreciated for the interest shown by the Principals, both Academic and Administration, V.V.V. Naveen kumar and T.Pavan kumar.


The Director Sri. Dr.G. Bharadwaja Naidu appreciated the cadet and observed that adventure activities do have a positive aspect in learning as it develops in the climber good memory as well as perceptual ability to solve problems.
The Commanding officer of 10(T)Bn. NCC. Warangal appreciated the effort of the cadet.He felt that the goal of NCC to impart life skiĺls in the youth would be achieved through the activities of such order.


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Greenwood High School’s Educational Trip for Nursery, LKG & UKG.


Greenwood High School, Gopalpur,
were taken for a visits to “Places of Worship ” in the neighbourhood.
Here’s a glimpse of their exciting journey:

  • Gurudwara :
    The first stop on the itinerary was the serene Gurudwara. Students experienced the peaceful ambiance, learned about Sikh traditions, and were treated to the warm hospitality of the Sikh community. The visit provided a valuable opportunity for cultural exchange and understanding.
  • Church:
    The students witnessed the beauty of Christian religious practices, admired the architecture, and engaged in conversations with the church staff. The visit encouraged an open dialogue about different faiths and the importance of tolerance.
  • Masjid:
    The educational journey continued with a visit to the masjid in Chowrastha. Students gained insights into Islamic practices and observed the architectural beauty of the mosque.

  • Thousand Pillar Temple :
    A historical and architectural marvel awaited the students at the Thousand Pillar Temple. Exploring the intricate carvings and learning about the temple’s rich history added a cultural dimension to the trip. The teachers shared information on the site they were going to visit. They were also taught to love and respect every religion.The students were very inquisitive and their inquitiveness was satisfied when they actually visited these religious places.
  • Z00 PARK (Vana Vigyan) Hunter Road:
    The final destination was the vibrant Z00 PARK, also known as Vana Vigyan, at the Hunter Road. Students immersed themselves in nature, discovering various plant species and learning about environmental conservation. The park visit aimed to instill a sense of responsibility towards the environment from a young age and had enjoyed lunch together.

This educational trip not only broadened the students’ horizons Greenwood School remains committed to providing holistic learning experiences that go beyond the classroom, and the perspective of students were enhanced when they actually visited these places of worship to understand that God is one.


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Cyber-Crimes – Potential Threats & Challenges

12/11/2023, SUN

#Founders’ Pen @greenwood high school


Cyber crime refers to criminal activities that are carried out using the internet and computer technology. These crimes can encompass a wide range of illegal activities, such as:

Cyber bullying: Bullies use digital platforms to harass, intimidate, or humiliate their victims, causing emotional distress. This can occur through text messages, social media, or online forums.

Online Harassment: Girls may face unwelcome advances, explicit messages, or stalking online, leading to feelings of insecurity and fear for their safety.

Sexting: Some individuals coerce girls into sending explicit photos or messages, which can be used for blackmail or harassment later on.

Grooming: Online predators build trust with young girls, often pretending to be someone they’re not, with the intention of exploiting them sexually or emotionally.

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Cat fishing: Perpetrators create fake profiles to deceive young girls, leading to emotionally charged online relationships based on lies and deceit.

Cyber stalking: Stalkers use digital means to track a girl’s online activities, gather personal information, and make her feel constantly watched and threatened.

Phishing: Scammers send deceptive emails or messages to trick girls into revealing sensitive information, such as passwords or credit card details.

Cyber-blackmail: Criminals may threaten to expose embarrassing or sensitive information about the girl unless she complies with their demands, leading to emotional distress and fear.

Hate Speech: Girls might be targeted with offensive and discriminatory language online, causing emotional harm and affecting their self-esteem.

Identity Theft: Cyber criminals can steal a girl’s personal information to impersonate her online, leading to various forms of exploitation and fraudulent activities.

Cyber-crime poses a significant threat to children; girl children in particular, making it crucial for them and their parents to be vigilant and proactive. In the digital age, girls are often targeted online, facing harassment, cyber bullying, and even exploitation.

It is crucial for parents, guardians and teachers to educate girls about these potential threats and teach them how to protect themselves online.

First of all, parents and guardians should play a pivotal role in safeguarding the girl children from cyber-crime. They should educate their children about online safety, teaching them about the dangers they might face and how to recognize and report suspicious activities. Parents should install reliable parental control software to monitor their children’s online activities and set appropriate restrictions. Regular communication with children about their online experiences can help parents stay informed and address any concerns promptly.

Above all, the fact that must be underlined is that there should be a gateway of open communication between girls and parents that can effectively protect the children against these threats.To protect themselves, girls should follow some essential precautions. They should never share personal information like addresses, phone numbers, or school details online. Avoid accepting friend requests or messages from strangers, as these individuals might have malicious intentions. It’s essential to be cautious while posting photos and avoid sharing inappropriate content.


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