A workshop for creating awareness on diabetes was conducted in the school
auditorium on April 28, 2018. The resource person for the workshop was Mr.
Sanjay Rajpal. He is working as a Country Head in Swiss Multinational Ypsomed
for India, Nepal and Bangladesh. He has also written a book on “Business
The workshop was very informative for all the teachers. He explained that by just
having a slight change in our lifestyle, we can prevent ourself from the circle of
diabetes. He focused on the importance of various nutrients in the diet and
correlate the same with their portion to be included in our daily meal plan.
The workshop was followed by a health camp in which all the teachers
enthusiastically participate in the routine checkup of blood sugar, BMI and blood
Autism Awareness Day is celebrated on April 2 every year. This year Ekamjeet Singh sensitized the students about autistic children and their special needs. The staff of JKPS was also dressed up in different shades of blue to show their awareness and sensitization towards special children.
Session was held for parents of class nursery by School Counselor and special educator on 17th March 2018 in the school Auditorium Counselor briefed parents to encourage their wards to be responsible ,hygienic and to be in love with school.
Special educator briefed parents to give importance to recognition of letters upper and lower case, stress on Phonics developing their fine Motor skills through different activities and lastly importance to writing by checking their fonts
On 18 November,2017 Jaspal Kaur Public School had invited Mr. Mohan Tiwari, an alumni of IIM ,as a mentor and career counsellor for the school students. The counselling session took place in the school assembly hall from 9:30 am to 11:00 am. The students of senior classes along with their parents, attended the session. The session was constructive and motivating . It was conveyed that when we determinately think of achieving some purpose , we had already completed half of our journey towards it . He opened various career options of different interests.
Experts from different careers were also invited by school counsellor Dr. Gurleen Sawhney in the auditorium . Ex-Jaspalians Ms.Shagun, Mr. Akshay, Mr. Dhruv , Ms. Sujatha, Ms. Vanshika from varied fields like Make-up , Computer Engineering , Lawyer, Food & Technology, Fashion, and Literature were invited to guide there juniors . We had Mr. Jatin from admizion campus, Ms. Kavita pahuja from pearl academy , Ms Deepika from Benetton university , too found us as special guests . The students could individually interact with these experts and clarify their doubts with their respective career options .Career Fair was a great success and helped students to add to their awareness and direction.
Session was held for the parents of class 3 by the
School Counsellor and the Special Educator on 23
September, 2017 in School Auditorium. The Counsellor
briefed them about the use of technology can affect
children. She also conveyed that the movies like
“Komal” and “Klay” on “ Good touch and bad touch”
are shown to children in school from time to time and
they can also do the same for awareness among their
Special Educator threw light on the various obstacles
children face during their transition period from class 3
to class 4. She also briefed parents as how they can
help their wards to overcome and tackle these
problems in a better and systematic way.
An Interschool Event, UDAAN was held in Srijan Public School, Model Town on 15 November,2017. Seven students of J.K.P.S with special skills participated in this event. These children made beautiful things like cards , pen stands using waste material and also participated in singing. Every participant was awarded with certificate for their excellent performance. Mrs. Jyotsna Wadhwa, special educator accompanied the J.K.P.S students for the inter-school event.
AN ORIENTATION SESSION for students and parents, on scope of streams and current trends. Psychometric Analysis, Aptitude Testing was organised on 16 September, 2017 for class X.
Mrs Jyotsna Bhardwaj, renowned consulting psychologist and a career counsellor, addressed the parents and students on 16 September, 2017 from 8:15 a.mto 10:30 a.m in the school Auditorium.
Aptitude testing for those who had registered was held on 26 September, 2017 by Mrs Jyotsna Bhardwaj
School Counsellers are an Important part of the school system. The school counseller help all students in the areas of academic achievement, Personal/Social Development and causes development, ensuring today's students became the productive, Well adopted adults of tomorrow.
School Counsellers work collaboratively with parents and teachers to decide on what action needs to be taken to address the need based issues.
JKPS has a trained counseller Dr. Gurleen Sawhney who works in a confidential settings and organizes need based programs for Students, Teacher, Parents.
Regular Sessions for students are conducted in the school on different topics like Motivation, Different Careers, Behaviour concerns, adolescences issues, good habits and many more.
Orientation of Parents is taken up from time to time depending on the need eg. Nursery Orientation, Transition time for junior, good touch and bad touch, handling adolescents and dealing their Adolescent children.
Workshops for teachers are also organized from time to time to motivate and update them on technologies and corrupts.
Special Education is the institution that is specifically designed to meet the unique needs of children with special needs. Our School has a trained special education who, with the help of teachers identifies students with special needs, senses their abilities and understand their strengths. At JKPS our special education services are designed to help children with special needs leave the information and skills that other children are learning in a regular curriculum. Different types of learning materials aids and workshops are used to help children to learn in a simple way. Parents are regularly counselled and given information to handle children in a positive manner.