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Sports play a key role in building the character of young children. Healthy competitions in sports, academics, curricular activities form the foundation of a student’s life here. An Inter House Cricket Competition for the students of classes III to V was organized at Delhi Public School, Jaipur Vidyadhar Nagar Branch from 24 October to 27 October’17 by Ms Purnima Singh and Neetu Sharma. In the hard fought battle among the houses, in the Boys category Yamuna house came first, Satluj House second and Chenab House third The competition was organized to push the budding players further on the path of understanding their talents and strengths. The students were like gladiators on the field all trying their best to take their House on the trudge of victory.

    Museums offer a dynamic opportunity to expose children to experience and explore new things in a rich and educational environment. It is important to introduce children to museums to open up a world of imagination and exploration. It is even more important to introduce children to museums at a young age because our youth is our future and museums broaden our knowledge of the world. To enhance creativity and critical thinking in the students a visit to the Shell Museum was organized for the students of Nursery to class II  on 27th October2017 which provides the foundation for creativity, critical thinking and connection to the world around them that is relevant to their lives.

      Competitions are the ways to encourage and enhance competitive values among children. Hindi recitation competition was held on 26th  Oct 2017, to inspire and build confidence of the students in front of a large audience. Student’s presentation, pronunciation, confidence, voice modulation and expression were tested. Participants with the guidance of their teachers recited the poems very well. Our dipsites participated whole heartedly, enthusiastically and it could be seen from the wonderful performance of various groups.  Competition was very well conducted.

       

      RESULT :- Chenab house bagged the first position followed by Yamuna house at the second position and Raavi house at the third  position.

        An inter house  Face Painting Competition was organized in art room for classes 6-8. Students painted their partners on cartoon characters like Jerry, Mickey, Olaf , Donald Duck,Garfield , Tom,Goofy,Minnie ,Pink Panther,etc.to name some. Children showcased their creativity by adding headgears, headbands and cap on their painted partners.  Students enjoyed painting their partners to express creativity.

        Result: Satluj house bagged first position, Raavi house second position and Chenab came third.  

          Inter House Hasya Natika “ Khilkhilahat”  was organised at Delhi Public School, VDN on Friday, 13 Oct in Z1&Z2 periods. The students of classes 6-8 representing their respective houses participated with great enthusiasm. They presented enactments based on social issues in a comprehensive and beautiful manner.

                    Result:

          S NO.

          HOUSE

          POSITION

          1

          Raavi

          First

          2

          Ganga

          Second

          3

          Satluj

          Third

            Delhi Public School, Vidhyadhar Nagar organized an interclass Activity “Creativity with Fastivity” on 12th October, 2017. Students of Class 3 to 5 participated and glorified the event.

             

            Class 3 - made Ganesha Wall Hanging. Students did dabbing, glitter

                                       work and pasted bells.

             

            Class 4 – Decorated Wax Diya on old CDs.

             

            Class 5 – Exhibited Maandana Design and decorated it using ceramic

                                        cone and mirrors.

             

             

            The Highlights of the creativity was use of eco friendly and recycle ingredients in the design. The students were encouraged the festival by indulging more in such creative and ethnic activities

              Just as the festivity begins to fill our lives with its fragrance, it was indeed a blissful morning on 12th October 2017 as the little wonders of Classes I and II of DPS , Jaipur enthralled all with their dance drama- Bal Ramayana. The children exhibited the various facets of the most revered epic the Ramayana. Dressed in their bright and colourful ethnic wear the students effortlessly brought to life the varied characters of Ramayana.

              Pictures and movies were also shown to the children of Classes Pre-Nursery-Prep including all the characters of Ramayana to inculcate ethical and moral values found in Ramayana. The tiny tots were thrilled to take home Hanuman Gada made by teachers which is a symbol of strength and power. It was indeed a great learning experience for the children about Hindu festivals, customs and practices.

                Sports play a key role in building the character of young children. Healthy competitions in sports, academics, curricular activities form the foundation of a student’s life here. An Inter House Sport Week Competition for the students of classes III to V was organized at Delhi Public School, Jaipur Vidyadhar Nagar Branch from 5 October & 6 October’17 by Ms Purnima Singh, Lokendra Singh and Neetu Sharma. The competition was organized to push the budding players further on the path of understanding their talents and strengths. The students were like gladiators on the field all trying their best to take their House on the trudge of victory.

                  Adolescents are unique and often self-contradictory breed. As a group, they strive for individuality yet crave for peer acceptance. They act like they know everything and yet lack much experience. They feel invincible and yet are often insecure. It’s not easy for them to pass this phase of life without the guidance of elders and specialists. Keeping this in mind, the Delhi Public School Jaipur organized a workshop for the students of classes VI to VIII .The school Counsellor Ms Shaheen Dingankar interacted with the students and shared some effective skills and strategies that could be employed to get rid of their anxieties and problems during this transitional stage. She highlighted the importance of developing social competence, controlling and regulation of emotions. It ended with focusing on commitments and meeting up with performance.

                    'Step out, find opportunity to give to a cause and return with lasting happiness and pride.’

                    As a part of ‘Daan Utsav’ the students visited Mother Teresa Home. They spend some time with the inmates and donated various things. The students interacted with them and gave a musical performance to bring joy and to show others care for them. The inmates were very happy at this noble gesture and blessed the students.

                      ‘Amalgam’, an exhibition of the science models from simple robots to solar system, made by the young science enthusiasts of the Delhi Public School, Jaipur was held at Vidyadhar Nagar. It was inaugurated by the school headmistress, Ms. Upma Mathur.

                      Mr. KB Kain, Director DPS, Jaipur also visited the exhibition and interacted with each presenter encouraging them on their scientific pursuit.

                      The models on different theories taught at the school was shown by the students through both working and non-working models made with everyday articles.

                      The parents appreciated the effort of the students and the school not only in cultivating the inquisitiveness through such activities but also instilling team spirit and enthusiasm.

                        Hindi Debate, an Inter-House Competition was organized on  5th Oct. 2017 at

                        Delhi Public School, Jaipur (Vdn) for class V to inspire and enhance the confidence of the students in front of a large audience. Each house was represented by 2 participants. Student’s presentation, pronunciation, confidence, voice modulation and expressions were tested. Participants with the guidance of their teachers presented the Debate very well. Our dipsites participated whole heartedly and enthusiastically which could be seen from their wonderful performances. Competition was very well conducted.

                        Results: Raavi House bagged the First position while Chenab House secured the Second position and the third position was secured by the Yamuna and Satluj House.

                         

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