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The students of the Pre-Primary wing of Delhi Public School Jaipur, have been  enthusiastically working  on the ISA project 'Festivals - The colours of life' .The aim was to learn about the festivals of India, the U. K. and the U.S.A.
They created beautiful, informative and illustrative scrapbooks and solved informative worksheets.
 Students of classes Nursery - Prep also dressed up in colourful and fun attires based on the theme of Festivals and  participated in the Fancy Dress Competition. 
The winners were awarded certificates of appreciation.
These activities have  played a significant role in making our little Dipsites aware of the festivals around the  world and more importantly in their own little ways 
they have understood that there are other people, other countries, other religions other than their own and that we must all work towards making this world a better one.

    29Nov

    ‘Good Touch, Bad Touch’ Session for classes Nursery -II
    Delhi Public School, Jaipur organized the third session on ‘Good Touch, Bad Touch’ for classes Nursery -II on Friday, 29 November 2019. The session was conducted by the school counsello   

    Delhi Public School, Jaipur organized the third session on ‘Good Touch, Bad Touch’ for classes Nursery -II on Friday, 29 November 2019.
    The session was conducted by the school counsellor.
    There was a recap of the previous two sessions recaptulating with children 
    the topics- Private parts of our body, Safe Circle, Stranger Danger.
    Related videos were shown during the session. Afterwards students did interactive  worksheets to reinforce the ideas incorporated during the session.

      A three day Art exhibition -Meraki has been organised by the students of DPS Jaipur in the premises of The City Palace Jaipur from 23-25 November 2019. The exhibition was inaugurated on November 23 , 2019 by the eminent Art critic Mr. Shabbir Hasan Qazi.
      The students of DPS Jaipur exhibited their colourful masterpieces which acclaimed a lot of appreciation from all the visitors.On this occasion , the theatre group ‘Tehelka’ of DPS Jaipur presented a short skit and there were also music and dance performances by the #dipsites .In the words of the Chief guest Mr. Shabbir Hasan Qazi , the Art exhibits of the students were excellent and at par with the professional artists.The Principal, Ma’am Sangeeta Kain welcomed the Chief guest and stated that his comments were extremely useful and encouraging for the young artists of DPS Jaipur. 
        War of words fought at DPS Jaipur.
        Delhi Public School Jaipur organized an Inter House English Debate Competition on November 15,2019 for Classes VI-VII. It was a great opportunity for the students to participate in the competition and show their talent. All the participants contributed to the best of their ability. It was so encouraging to see the students so well prepared and organized. The points given in favour and against the motion –‘ Abrogation of Article 370 is a boon for J&K.’ were praiseworthy.  It was really a tough time for the esteemed judges –Ms Kshiti Sharma and Ms Swati Dhawan, who used their expertise and experience to categorize the participants into good, better and best. The joy of participation could be seen on the faces of the participants.
          November 14, 2019 Children’s day also known as ‘Bal Divas’ in India is celebrated every year on 14 November commemorating the birthday Anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who was extremely fond of children. The day was celebrated in Delhi Public School, Jaipur with great enthusiasm. The staff members put their best foot forward to organise a cultural programme for the students to make the celebration memorable. The speech in English was a reflection of the ideals and values that Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru lived by. The whole school reverberated with energy and enthusiasm. The students of the pre - primary wing were presented personalised cards to make the day special for them. Sweets were distributed across all levels. The Principal, Ms.Sangeeta Kain blessed and encouraged the students to work diligently and enjoy their childhood to the optimum. The celebration culminated with a tug of war and a friendly cricket match between the students and the staff members. It was a fun filled day for the dipsites, which would always be cherished as a fond memory.

            To develop the language skills in little children and to inculcate the feeling of patriotism in their minds, a Hindi Group Poetry Recitation Competition, ‘Nanhe Bhartiya’ was organized on Friday, November 8, 2019, at DPS Jaipur for classes Nursery – II. The theme of the competition was ‘Nationality’. The activity was an Inter Class Competition for classes 1 and 2 while classes Nursery and Prep participated in the Poem Recitation with beautiful expressions. The enthusiastic participants expressed varied culture and traditions of our country and focussed on unity in diversity. Classes 1 B, 2 A and 2 C won the competition. The programme was highly applauded by the judges.

              You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.

              To enhance the creative skills of the young Dipsites and as one more step towards learning more about the festivals of the world, DPS Jaipur organized an ISA Project Activity 'Creative Hands' for the little students of  the its  preprimary wing. Our little ones made beautiful Halloween masks and headgears, Diwali lanterns and wall hangings and also Easter eggs and bunnies. The aim of the project is to teach our children about festivals and the cultures of countries like the USA, UK and of course our very own country India. The ‘Creative Hands’ activity also helped in developing eye hand coordination, fine and gross motor skills of the  students. Our creative artists truly had fun while learning.

                'The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention' ~ Oscar Wilde
                Dipsites of DPS Jaipur once again demonstrated the spirit of 'Service Before Self' as they all came forward to participate in the Signature Campaign by Disha on Friday, November 22.
                The students generously donated to the NGO that works with children with multiple disabilities.  
                  Storytelling is a creative form of expression where imagination is translated into words. 
                  Besides being entertaining, stories offer a myraid of benefits for children and aid in their overall development.
                  Keeping this in mind Delhi Public School, Jaipur had organized Storytelling  sessions for  preprimary classes as a part of ISA Project 'Festivals - The Colours of Life'.
                  Stories, like cultures vary from one land to another. Stories from the homeland and foreign places make the children appreciate the diversities existing in this world. Therefore the stories related to Diwali, Halloween and Easter were all narrated to the students. The teachers enacted these stories  arousing curiosity in the little learners. They each wanted to know more about these festivals. They enjoyed the stories so much that they  promised to narrate these stories to their friends, siblings and parents.
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