International Links

 

We believe in developing physically and emotionally healthy students who excel in an ever-changing world. The school exists to challenge, educate, and inspire students to become life-long learners who are thoughtful, creative, confident, articulate, and responsible members of society.
In an endeavour to create ‘Global Citizens’, the school undertakes various projects with International dimensions to expose our students to a wider vision.
Delhi Public School, Jaipur has Global Partnerships for various projects:
THE APPLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, DUBAI - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES for – ‘Different Climates Different Food’ where the students of both the schools are learning about the food intake based in accordance with the climate of different countries like China, Germany , United Kingdom and India , through various collaborative activities.
SCUOLA SECONDARIA DI PRIMO GRADO "GIOVANNI PAOLO II"- ITALY for - “Health and Obesity”. The Project aims at finding the causes, effects and remedies of obesity in India, USA and UK. Students exchanged mails and details of the activities for collaborative learning.
HANGZHOU GREENTOWN YUHUA SCHOOL, CHINA for “Helping The Elderly”. Old age needs so little but needs that little so much. The students will learn through exchange and collaborative activities about the variations in requirements of the old people living in India, USA and UAE due to different value systems, family upbringing government support, lifestyle and health care facilities.
COLEGIO NOVA HISPALIS, MADRID, SPAIN - “My World of Literature” for appreciating nature , take responsibility and ownership for issues that plagues society and the world at large thereby suggesting measures to combat the problems and also to understand the need to preserve and conserve nature for posterity. Through various activities and collaborative projects the students will become aware of the similarities and the differences in different culture around the world.
COLEGIO MIGUEL HIDALGO, MEXICO- Pen pal Project for students of Grades V and VI . Most of us smile in happy anticipation when a personal letter shows up in our mailbox. Kids love to get mail, too, whether it’s paper or electronic. That’s why pen pal projects are so popular – and beneficial – for children of all ages.
ESGOB MORGAN PRIMARY SCHOOL UNITED KINGDOM- Pen Pal Project for the Young Students of Grade III The pen pal correspondence offers academic benefits, too. Exchanging letters with a pen pal can spark the motivation to use – and improve – reading and writing skills.

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