Learning can be instant, global and a continuous process which can occur even outside the classroom. The only way to make the above things happen is by using blogs in education. DPSS Blog provides a much larger audience for student work. This also offers an avenue for feedback and self-improvement through commenting. We have found students really take pride in the work that goes on the blog and want to do their best for their impending audience.
Art Camp (PREPRIMARY- VII)
Art camps were held at school that helped children to grow and develop their creativity, fine motor skills, problem solving ability, communication skills, self-esteem and socio-emotional abilities, and much more it was a great way to expose their attributes.
Trees are the kindest things we grow’. This has been rightly said as the needs of all the living beings are fulfilled by them. To make students aware of this day the school took initiative towards it, DPSS celebrated “Tree Plantation day” in its premises.
We arranged field trips for students hands-on experiece to learn outside the classroom and immerse in authentic learning. School field trips provided every student with real-world experiences by erasing classroom boredom.
Army Day is celebrated every year in DPSS to commemmorate the jawans and the Indian Army. India will be celebrating the valour and sacrifice of its army personnel on the occasion of Army Day on January 15th.
Poster Making Competition (III-VII)
The objective of the competition was to ignite the fire of imagination and creativity’. Students were asked to express their ideas through paintings and sketches.The young learners displayed their artistic skills through an array of posters with immense zeal and enthusiasm. It was a great opportunity to watch these young minds creating and displaying their ideas on paper. The students thoroughly enjoyed the activity.
Spell-Bee Competition ( III-VII)
This competition helped students to improve their spellings, increase their vocabulary, learn concepts, and develop the use of correct English. Children participated earnestly in the competition. Their efforts and initiative was appreciated by one and all.
Ted talks by professional parents
Kids don't come with a manual, and parents don't get grades to affirm they're doing things right. So the Ted talks by professional parents were held and were asked to speak regarding the complexities of parenthood, offering unusual insights and hard-won advice.
To enrich a student's learning experience: a robust, lasting relationship between parents and school is vital." We encourage parents to bring their perspectives to the table to formulate a unified approach to a child's success. We empower parents by providing ample opportunities to connect with the school. This two-way communication and collaboration are imperative to enrich minds and develop the growth mindset as when they graduate into the next phase - college, career, and life.