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20Dec

Christmas Euphoria: Spreading Cheer All Around (Grades III-V)
There is a chill in the air, with Christmas celebrations all around. One can hear the bells ringing and the thing that makes them ring is the carol that you sing right within your heart.   

There is a chill in the air, with Christmas celebrations all around.
One can hear the bells ringing and the thing that makes them ring is the carol that you sing right within your heart. 

On  December 20, the Dipsites of Grades III-V spent a day in school filled with  joy, love, laughter and happiness as they soaked themselves in  the spirit of Christmas. 
 
An array of activities was organized to celebrate the occasion. Students enjoyed the Christmas Class Party and had a lot of fun while sharing X-mas goodies with each other.  The Santa was welcomed with a big cheer. Students made Christmas cards, played games and danced to the tunes of Christmas carols. 

Celebrating Christmas helped make our young Dipsites realize that Christmas is not just a time for festivity and merry making but it also teaches us the importance of Giving and Loving one and all. #dpsjaipur #delhipublicschooljaipur #christmas #festivals #celebrations #schoollife

    12Dec

    ISA Poster-Making activity Forts and Monuments of different countries
    In the month of December 2019, an ISA activity was conducted for the students of Grades VI-VIII in order to nurture spirit and impart knowledge about the rich Historical heritage of various countries including India   

    ISA Poster-Making activity Forts and Monuments of different countries 

    In the month of December 2019, an ISA activity was conducted for the students of Grades VI-VIII in order to nurture  spirit and impart knowledge about the rich Historical heritage of various countries including India. The topic of the activity was-Forts and Monuments of different countries. The students resarched and find out information about the famous forts and monuments located in six different countries assigned to them. These countries were –India, China, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Germany and France. The students were briefed about the activity and they commenced their project by looking for the pictures of famous forts and monuments of the above-mentioned countries. After doing a lot of research, they found out all the details about the forts and monuments of these countries and presented the information in a poster-form. The students enjoyed drawing and painting, different medium of colours were used by the students,knowing about the rich historical heritage of these countries. I, as a teacher, experienced a lot of enthusiasm in the students while participating in this activity. They worked not only at school but also at home to get the best of the results in a short span of time. Such activities Initiate multifaceted development of the students and should be conducted on a regular basis. 

      07Dec

      Junior Sports Day 'Be Your Own Super Hero'
      07 December 2019 was a day of sweat, determination and grit at the Junior Sports Day 'Be Your Own Super Hero' of DPS, Jaipur as the young super heroes stretched themselves in a bid to test their physical and mental prowess in a plethora of individual and team activities.   

      07 December 2019 was a day of sweat, determination and grit at the Junior Sports Day 'Be Your Own Super Hero' of DPS, Jaipur as  the young super heroes stretched themselves in a bid to test their physical and mental prowess in a plethora of individual and team activities. It began with the Principal Ms Sangeeta Kain declaring the event open. The participants then took the oath to observe the ethical norms and the rules before they proceeded to take part in their assigned events. The highlights of the day were Karate, races and mass drill, yoga  and a colourful musical performance that stole the hearts away. Parents turned out in huge numbers to cheer for their kids. The students also had a lot of fun as they watched the performances of parents in the interesting races organized for them.
      Ms Ashima Tahiliani founder principal of Serra International Pre-School, and a professional trainer in personality development was the guest of honour. Her address was notable in its unconventional wisdom that failure too had an instructive  role in life and a child should learn to cope with and learn from failure.
      The director, Mr K.B. Kain too emphasised that winning positions was only half the story of success. Cooperation, which is the thing we must strive for today, begins where competition leaves off.     
      The principal, Ms Sangeeta Kain summed up her message by exhorting the parents to be healthy and fit to nurture healthy and fit children.
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