With the aim to teach students ‘Table Manners’ and enjoy outing Delhi Public School, Jaipur organized a visit to pizza hut for the students of Grade Nursery – 2 on October 11, 2017. The students were taken to Pizza Hut at Ganpati Plaza. It was a fun filled and most awaited activity.

The students were very excited for the trip. They loved it and enjoyed it thoroughly. They relished all the eatables at Pizza Hut. Their faces clearly expressed the happiness behind. Students also learn values like sharing and caring through such activities and also develop their confidence as they move out without their parents. These activities enhance self discipline also in the students.

Children also enjoyed music and dance in Pizza Hut with their friends.

    To make our children aware about the importance of the festival of Diwali, to feel the essence of Ramayana and to enhance their speaking and dramatic skills, an activity ‘Bal Ramayana’ was organized on Friday, 13 October 2017. Students acted as their favourite character of the Ramayana and spoke about it. Students brought props or accessories related to the character for the performance. Videos related to Ramayana were shown to the children before the activity and children were briefed about various characters of Ramayana by their teachers. After the performance children were given ‘Well Done Badges’. Children enjoyed the activity and participated with full enthusiasm. This activity not only built their confidence but also enhanced their vocabulary. Children also loved decorating diyas and carried them home.

      An intra-class activity, ‘Mere Vichaar’, was conducted by the Hindi department of DPS Jaipur for the students of class V on Thursday, 5 October, 2017. The topic of the debate was ‘Books are better than mobile and TV for the overall development of students.’ The topic chosen was relevant and the students expressed their views with full conviction and confidence. The students used concrete reasoning and put forward their views based on facts and figures. The judgment criteria were Content, Presentation, Expressions, and pronunciation. The best speakers from each section were adjudged the winners. School Headmistress Ms. Anjali Massey appreciated the efforts of the students and encouraged them to enhance their debating skills by reading newspapers and magazines.


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