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24Dec

DPS in NEWS
Annual Function, December   ...News & Events

                                                                                                                                             Date: 24th December’17

                                                                     DPS in News

The institution created a ripple in the vicinity with its Annual Day celebration on 23rd December 2017.

The Annual Day with the theme ‘Jungle Safari’ brewed the sensitive topic of maintaining ecological balance and harmonious existence of all living beings with immense creativity and vigour. The day also witnessed the felicitation ceremony of students from all the classes, from kindergarten to grade 5, for their meritorious performance in various spheres.

The mega event garnered immense appreciation and was the talk of the town when the radiating students’ invigorating performance featured in leading national dailies and even on television.

    23Dec

    Annual Fuction, December
       ...News & Events

    Date: 23rd December 2017

     

    ANNUAL DAY WITH THE THEME ‘VOICE OF JUNGLE’

    ‘True happiness comes with living in harmony with all that is.’

     

    DPS, Sector 102 A, Dwarka Expressway, Gurugram held its Annual day with the theme ‘Voice of Jungle’  on 23rd December with much grandeur and aplomb. The event was graced by the presence of the Chief Guest Mr SBK Singh (Special Commissioner Law & Order, North) along with a galaxy of eminent guests. The maiden Annual Day of the institution encaptured the essence of living in sync with nature and made the venue resound with the ‘Voice of Jungle’ to showcase the expectations of the animal world. The event was a window to the animal realm and how they suffer when man destroys the Jungle, which is their home, for his personal greed and requirements. It also emphasized the need to conserve and preserve the flora and fauna for future generations. It propagated the idea to ‘Shoot with a camera’ so that every species of animals and birds can be saved from being endangered or becoming extinct. The event transmitted the idea of ‘Global Oneness’ and appealed for ‘World Peace’.

    The programme was an amazing amalgamation of pulsating music, lively dance and sensational drama and showcased the talent of the students as nurtured and redefined by the institution during their formative years. It also was an occasion to recognize the achievers, right from Kindergarten to Grade 5, in various spheres. The programme began by invoking God’s blessings with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp and Ganesh Vandana. This was followed by a scintillating Patriotic medley by the school orchestra.  The entire ceremony revolved around the theme ‘ Voice of Jungle ‘ which was brewed with the help of an enchanting skit that had, children dressed up as animals like lion, bear, monkey, parrot etc. The event progressed as the animals lead by the little lion decides to voice their needs and concerns in the Nation’s Parliament before the Prime Minister himself.  The theme strongly conveyed that a concerted and united effort should be made to spread happiness and create a world that knows oneness, peace and brotherhood. As the theme advanced the little toddlers from Kindergarten wing rocked the stage with their captivating dance performances on foot tapping songs. They twirled and waltzed to ‘Itni si Hansi’, ‘Dil hai chota sa’, ‘Bum bum bole’ and ‘Mere Papa’. The students from Primary wing set the stage alive with their performance on ‘Badhte Chalo’, ‘Hil ke nacho’, ‘Dilli ki safari’, ‘Dhadak dhadak’ and ‘Aayo re’. The splendid show ended with the ‘Grand Finale’ where the students of entire school danced to show their belief in ‘Love’ and expressed their determination to create a world that knows no boundaries and where love and peace prevail in every heart. The esteemed guests appreciated the efforts put in by the tiny tots and motivated them to work hard with sincerity, faith, dedication and perseverance to fulfil the dreams.

      05Dec

      Book Review
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                                                              Date: 5th December’17

      CHARACTERS COME ALIVE

      “Fairy tales are more than true; not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” Neil GaimanCoraline

      On this note DPS, Sector 102A organized a fun-filled activity ‘Characters Come Alive’ on 5th December for the students of Grade I – III aiming to showcase the presentation skills of our students. It is one of the simplest activities that little ones can engage in and an innovative way to describe the character depicted with facial expressions and voice modulation. The entire DPS campus was radiating in vibrant colours scintillating the environment with students’ beautiful, energetic, vivacious, and mesmerizing performances. They were dressed like – Motu Patlu, Dr. Jhatka, Mickey Mouse, Cindrella, Alibaba and many more. It was a delight to see the confidence level of the children portraying various characters. The students participated with a lot of enthusiasm as they stepped forward and spoke meaningful lines about the character.

        05Dec

        Characters Come Alive
        Primary Section   ...News & Events

                                                                Date: 5th December’17

        CHARACTERS COME ALIVE

        “Fairy tales are more than true; not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” Neil GaimanCoraline

        On this note DPS, Sector 102A organized a fun-filled activity ‘Characters Come Alive’ on 5th December for the students of Grade I – III aiming to showcase the presentation skills of our students. It is one of the simplest activities that little ones can engage in and an innovative way to describe the character depicted with facial expressions and voice modulation. The entire DPS campus was radiating in vibrant colours scintillating the environment with students’ beautiful, energetic, vivacious, and mesmerizing performances. They were dressed like – Motu Patlu, Dr. Jhatka, Mickey Mouse, Cindrella, Alibaba and many more. It was a delight to see the confidence level of the children portraying various characters. The students participated with a lot of enthusiasm as they stepped forward and spoke meaningful lines about the character.

          01Dec

          Eid-E-Milad, December
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                                                                                                                             Date: 1st December 2017

                                                    EID-E-MILAD CELEBRATION

                                ‘The greatness of a culture can be found in its festivals.’

          Celebrating multifarious cultures and festivals symbolizes the unity of an international community, which our school takes pride in. We at DPS has always believed in celebrating all major festivals as it helps children understand the cultural diversity in India and teaches them to be open-minded and secular towards every religion and community. These merriments tickle the child’s brain and trigger them to think and question about the reason we celebrate various occasions.  To in still in a sense of secularism amongst the students, DPS celebrated Eid-E-Milad on 1st December in school premises where in students were informed not only about the reason of celebrating this occasion but also about Islam religion and its belief system through a video ‘Five Pillars of Islam’ accentuating the fact that all religions perpetuate similar tenets. This celebration spread the message of brotherhood, peace and prosperity among the students.

           

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