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Baisakhi Celebration 2019
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“Amidst the rich harvest across the greenery

Baisakhi has arrived in all its majesty

So let’s rejoice and celebrate in style”

Dipsites celebrated Baisakhi with great enthusiasm and the entire school campus was immersed in the spirit of festivity as the little ones came dressed in ethnic attire representing the punjabi culture.

The day started with the students shaking their legs on scintillating Punjabi folk dance numbers. The tiny tots enjoyed the beats of the dhol and their joy had no limit. The significance of Baisakhi was highlighted by showing them wheat crop and grains of wheat and how the crops were harvested by the farmers. The children were appraised of their culture and heritage. 

    Schools are critical infrastructure entrusted with the responsibility of creating citizens of tomorrow. A safe and secure environment is a prerequisite for effective teaching and learning, thus ensuring safety of children, teachers and staff members is prime. At DPS Dwarka Expressway, we believe that the facility staff (HK & Guarding) are always on the forefront and should be empowered with the techniques and ways of making our immediate environment safe and secure. With this motivation, we conducted a fire safety workshop for our staff which proved a learning experience for all, as it prepared and built our capacity when responding to disasters.


      World Health Day 2019
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      "Health is the relationship between you and your body.”
      “He who has health has hope and he who has hope has everything.”

      The students of DPS Dwarka Expressway celebrated World Health Day with great aplomb by enhancing their awareness about it. Learning the importance of exercise to eating healthy food was taught to students through various activities like drawing and colouring on the theme “ Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy”. For the little Dipsites, the world holds a lot of mysteries , and learning about our health ( physical and mental) through interactive videos was thoroughly enjoyed by each one of them. The children were taught the techniques of meditation by chanting OM. They went home with a learning: TO ENJOY THE GLOW OF GOOD HEALTH, THEY MUST EXERCISE AND EAT A BALANCED DIET.


        First Day at School
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        “School bells are ringing loud and clear, vacations are over, school is here.”

        “Play, learn and grow together”. With great zeal and enthusiasm, the new session started at Delhi Public School, Sector 102A, Dwarka Expressway, Gurugram. The institution left no stone unturned to make the day special and memorable for all the students. Loads of fun filled activities were planned and meticulously carried out for the students. The day commenced with ice-breaking activities. Class Educators gave welcome cards and bookmarks as a token of love and to create bond with students. Students watched interesting story videos on smart board. It was a light and happy day. An optimistic and vibrant environment was created which filled the students with energy and enthusiasm. It was definitely a dazzling day with innocent faces gleaming and reflecting joy, love and happiness. 


          PTM & Orientation Session
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          Let's start this new session with the hope to bring out the best in each one of us! 

          The new parents from Pre nursery to Grade VIII attended the orientation session in large number at DPS Sector 102A, Dwarka Expressway. A two day session was conducted to appraise the parents on the pedagogy and curriculum of the school and to familiarise them with our faculty members. 
          The parents interacted with the educators to discuss their child's progress and get the feedback for the coming year. 
          The response from the parents was overwhelming which gave us a new zeal to start the session on a highly positive pedestal. 
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