Events

Intehouse Badminton Tournament for Senior Boys was held from 16 July 2018 - 19 July 2018. Final match was played between Satluj House and Yamuna House. Satluj house got laurels by winning the match by 3-1.  
    Inter house badminton tournament was organised for Girls of classes 6-12. Final match was played between Chenab and Raavi House. Chenab house won the match by 2-0 and were awarded the trophy.



      ‘Free India’ was a dream of all Indians under the British rule. Everyone during that rule fought in some way or the other with a common aim of ending British and other colonial authorities in India. After a century of revolutions, struggle, blood shedding, battles and sacrifices, India finally achieved independence on August 15, 1947. The blood stirring speeches of the freedom fighters which played a major role in sensitizing the people of yesteryears are still good enough to give goosebumps to us, Indians.

      To relive the moments of the Pre Independence Era, in a humble attempt, students of class IV, participated in the English Declamation Activity. All the students of class IV were given a sample speech for the screening. After a rigorous and full-fledged screening, five students were selected from each class for the final show. The students delivered the speeches of Mahatma Gandhi, PdtJawahar Lal Nehru, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Bal GangadharTilakand Swami Vivekananda. The participants spoke with great conviction, confidence and poise.

      The Head Mistress Ma’am Anjali Massey appreciated the zeal and enthusiasm of the children and teachers that made the event a grand success.

        “Without Mathematics, there’s nothing you can do. Everything around you is mathematics. Everything around you is numbers.” Shakuntala Devi

         

        Mathematics is a dynamic subject-it is constantly changing and can never be static. It challenges us to new horizons and forces us to look at new goals. For an enjoyable experience of mathematics, we must necessarily be able to relate the subject to the environment and focus on the development of thinking and reasoning skills.

        Keeping this in mind an activity ‘Get, Set, Go: Explore the math around us’ was organized for students of Grade III. The students learnt mathematics beyond the four walls of the classroom. In thisactivitystudents integrated their English and Mathematical knowledge to complete the different tasks assigned. The tasks included measuring the dimensions of various day to day objects, observing the shapes and patterns, observing the symmetry around us, application of numbers and number system and many more.The area was buzzing with the laughter of students who were seen all over in their small groups enjoying measuring, recording data and tabulating it.

        It was an overall enriching experience for the students and it also broke the monotony of learning in classrooms.

         

         

          To develop into well-rounded individuals, it is important that students learn about the diverse world in which they live. Fusing together different cultural practices, customs, heritage of different countries not only broaden perspectives, but also help students appreciate the diverse cultures of different countries.

          Delhi Public School, Jaipur believes in the power of raising globally aware children and we made a point to allow our children to experience other cultures with food, heritage, geography, presentations, and more by creating collage of countries such as France, Germany, India and China. Students loved the activity, which both celebrate and educate about the world’s many different cultures.

          The Headmistress of the school Ms Anjali Massey applauded the efforts of participants and congratulated the winners. Efforts of concerned departments in making the event a great success was appreciated by her.

            “Without mathematics, there’s nothing you can do. Everything around you is mathematics. Everything around you is numbers.” – Shakuntala Devi

            Mathematics is a dynamic subject-it is constantly changing and can never be static. It challenges us to new horizons and forces us to look at new goals. For an enjoyable experience of mathematics, we must necessarily be able to relate the subject to the environment and focus on the development of thinking and reasoning skills.

            Keeping this in mind an activity ‘Get, Set, Go: Explore the math around us’was organized for students of Grade 4. The students learnt mathematics beyond the four walls of the classroom. They explored the areas allotted to them eg Football field, Cricket ground and the area outside Tuck inn.

            The area was buzzing with the laughter of students who were seen all overin their small groups enjoying measuring, recording data and tabulating it.

            It was an overall enriching experience for the students and it also broke the monotony of learning in classrooms.

              Reading through books is not the only medium of learning but fun filled activities and competitions enhance the learning process.To make the students articulate a Hindi Poetry recitation competition on the theme “Patriotism” was organized for the children of Grade III.

              The activity helped the children to develop confidence, improve vocabulary and enabled them to get rid of stage fear. Each class was divided into two groups. Every group recited poems with actions and lot of zeal and confidence. Children recited the poems “Tirangalehratahaishaan se and Mere Armaan”.

              The parameters for judging the children were introduction, expression, voice modulation, fluency & pronunciation. Overall the participant showed their confidence, expression and talent in the competition and enjoyed themselves thoroughly.

                ‘Jashn-e-Virsa’- A celebration of our Virasat was conducted from July 11 to July 14 , 2018. The students actively took part in many exciting competitions like Sufi Song, Kathputli Nama, Display Board Decoration, Itihaas ke Rachaita, Aao Laut Chaln Apne Virasat Me and DPSJ MUN. Nearly 350 students and 19 schools actively participated in this programme.

                The programme started with the presence ot the eminent personality the Chief guest Mr. Rajendra  Singh popularly known as the Water man of India. He addressed the students and explained them the importance of water and its conservation.

                 DPSJMUN started from July 12 and witnessed some serious but spirited discussions about the situation of water depletion, threats of cyber warfare, combating internal terrorism and many other cutting-edge issues on the international agenda.

                Nearly 250 students and 10 schools actively participated in this programme under the Committees – United Nations General Assembly, United Nations Security Council, United Nations Environment Programme, The Fourth International Socialists’ Meet, All India Political Parties Meet, National Security Council, International Press and addressed their agendas to bring about a change in the World today.

                The closing ceremony on July 14 became special with the presence of the eminent personality the Chief Managing Director of the FIRST INDIA NEWS CHANNEL – Mr. Jagdish Chandra, who motivated the students with his inspirational words of wisdom. The Director of the School, Mr K.B.Kain and the Principal, Ms. Sangeeta Kain welcomed the Chief Guest and encouraged the students to follow the path of kindness and to be sensitive to each and everybody around.

                The main attraction of the programme was the Prize distribution ceremony where the  Winners and the runners ups of various events were presented Trophies and certificate. Jayshree Periwal High School bagged the maximum number of prizes and was also declared The Best School Delegation in DPSJMUN. The Deputy Secretary General Ms. Aditi Saxena addressed the gathering and declared the meet closed.

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                A JOURNEY THROUGH OUR COLOURFUL COUNTRY: THE STATES’ DAY

                Confucius has rightly said, “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand”.

                The students of classes III-V showcased India’s diverse cultural heritage by celebrating  States’ Day  from 9th-12th July 2018 .It enriched the students with practical learning experience and memorable glimpses of the vibrant culture and traditions of the states of India.

                The activity was an amalgamation of several cultures spanning over four days.It was a colourful celebration from the mighty Himalayas to the backwaters of Kerala, encompassing the scenic beauty of the paradise unexplored to the sand dunes of Rajasthan. The performances of lively Bhangra of Punjab, Dandia of Gujarat and Bihu of Assam left the audience mesmerised.Our very lively Goa left everyone gusto. The celebrations of Ganesh Chaturthi and Durga Puja created a divine and heavenly impact.

                The Four days event included the decoration of the pin boards of the classroom, followed by the myriad of culture and traditions where the students confidently updated the viewers with various aspects of the state including the history, geography, culture, traditions, fairs, festivals, handicrafts, important personalities of the states. The final day celebrated as States’ Day Summit, which was a tableau of all the enriching experiences of the week.

                  Delhi Public School Jaipur organized a health and fitness awareness week for the students of classes Nursery – II to make them aware of their health and fitness.

                  The activity was conducted from 3rd July to 6th July, 2018. It focused on different aspects of good health like hygiene, workout and healthy food.

                  On Tuesday, 3.7.18 students were shown the video related to the topic “Prevention from common diseases”. A creative handout was also made by students related to it.

                  On Thursday, 5.7.18 a group discussion regarding the importance of dental and personal hygiene was done with the students and a video related to it was shown to them. They also performed teeth brushing and hand cleaning activity.

                  On Friday, 6.7.18 this activity was culminated with a Zumba dance session in which children learnt different Zumba dance steps and exhibited energy and excitement.

                  The session was then followed by a healthy food party in the classroom where children learnt about food groups and enjoyed sharing food with their friends.

                  The activity proved to be successful in fulfilling its aim of teaching healthy lifestyle to the students.

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